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UP ftfnfTr-ef Mi.'tsrv ocieH ef
rtrt. the Htmlv rl,t.. whk-h
1 of n ".rf of vri-f" f eviiM-
imte. tvilmxpi no ftirtnrntJnn tlii lnt
flf flip week when it indulged in a
jmwrwsivr innnlKwn flnfflptiiricfltflrj
trrfw. Man ffwrvftv and Mr. MW
gUfFf Wfl, ivTrn nre brmt to IffiiTe
AMand. Ove 30 mmnbom purtlel
fMlftM in lllf Mftftl cvwil nrtriwwlT
miffetml lit thf homo ef Mm. Mhry'
XiM an Jfortb Mum trrot, which
wryi iloPorfitctl in white find green In
bneplnir with (he .Si. Patrick miniver
iw" period. Here n h preliminary
in (tin rofrowliment Htm ftnh and to
initio eneklAll weir lervtd. Mr.
StnMn Wagner wn hoitonn No. '1 nt
her Iwmo on Orauito afreet, whore
dnffodilH were the prnvnillwe floral
embellishment. Htlbstnntinl nient nml
vegetable" courses wero in order nt
tho Winner house. Tho climax to
the "rclny" luncheon occurrod nt the
home of Mrs. Aliue Poll, on Ornnito
street, which wns beautifully doeor
ntcd with buh ntul blo.ouw, rannxn
nitu effects pretloniinntinf;. More
dejiSM-t wiih )urtnkcn of, followed hy
a flhoinl hour, felicitous by tin intcr
clmnitc of hontiinetit both prospective
nml reminiscent, Ah houvciiii-s of
thi plensunt event the kuoMh of hon
or were iiongntctl with copper lrnyn
tiuitiibly engraved. Mrs. Rurdie in
about to nhtuiRO her residence to
OmntH I'fc, mid Mi. Wuto will re
turn to her old home nt Oriitid llnp
A preaching inNMon lint boon os
tuGllBhcd nt Trinity Kpiscopul chuioh.
Sen'ieeK begun on Subdny and will
continues during u period of the
Lenten season. Deun Oriflln of
Eugene, Ih the mwsioner. Service
on'Sundny at 710 and 11 a. ui. and
7:30p. tr., and on Hunduy at 7:110 o.
m..mid TiM) p. m., also on Wednesday
andrridny at 10 a. in.
pjipt. Murray Bnldwin, I.icut. Ron
ald Johnson of the fliht Cnvnliy, and
Kenit. Jnel: Kinir of tho 'Jlst Jnfnn-
trv', all of tho regular army, passed
through here recently detailed for
scrvieo nt Kl Paso and other points
nlonj,' the Mexican border. Lieut.
Johnson has just returned from the
'l)r. Clnrenee True Wilson, well
known temperance lecturer and who
hnti often been henrd in Asiilnnd, hiiK
been nominated for vieo-prcHidcnt on
thijjiioliif'ition ticket. He is a Moth
odifii j)reac)ier, formerly filling pus
torates in Porllnnd,
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Ilowley of
Lolviton. lihiho. arrived here Sutur-
dnyHnml are vinitinf: old .time friend;
iintlic Sl.MHUlyJ.nrftniPti.on uieir rciura
Ifoinlt frftm a winter's ntny in Soiith-
(inut;niiioriim. -ur. uowiey is u ihu
iieer of hiH aeclion of Idtilio, hrtvinc
iffed in tho. vioinity of Lewiston for
over '10 year.
IL ( McMillan, traveling man of
Portland and brother-in-law of Mm,
Will I)do or this oily, wnu In town
Siituiday cm his return north from n
. busincsM I rip.
-A. A. Willey, who formerly hud a
ilfc(auriint near (he depot, and who
for hoirielhne past has been livinj; on
ii'small nuieh in the Frederiok ncijsh
borhoml, near Talent, died on Kntur
liny, iiKed 10. Funeral nrrannementH
nfn ludiiv dclnved nenditii: the arrival
of bis wife from Sun Krnucixjo and J
other rclntivoH from n' drntanee.
Dodj-o & Soiih, local unduitaker,
liuvo arrniiKenientrt in eharKO.
Tim Ashland hiuh school baiiket-
ball scpuid woro royally entertained
last Frhluv oveniiifi:. .Mr. and .Mr.
R. V. Cnrtor wee host nml iwnicm, io
the chompioiiH, who nre be-in.; Honiued
by virtue of their well-earned vieto
rim the past seasun. The lineup at
tho Imiiqiict table was as follows:'
IL IL HutehiMii), oonoh; Milton Fra
ley (f), capt.; Cecil tlrisez '(f) ; Clms.
DelHinnn (k)5 Morris PInyinnto (R);
and Ralph Harris (). Substitutos
Avuro included in the rson ot Hay
niond Hudfor, Loilh Abbott and Lu
vctnio Ibiok. To lend dignity to the
oecuhion Supl. Urihcoe wfls invited to
utlend, also Laura MeCormiuk of tlm
liV'h school faculty. Ibimpiot lwi
tu rift weie supplemented with ostra
inusieal selections, and it is snid thnt
tlie click of blliard balls were hoaid
ui the adjoining parlors.
Supt. Metcalf came up form Duos
muir Siiturday afternoon on a iisbiiif!
MCfiiirjsion bent. Trainmaster Gillt
and 'local oKont Kramer, both Georges'
bid in tjie run to oceomiuiuy ii- ;
fnl Hnperintendcnt as far as Kay
Dpni, where they causbt onoueh fh
tb provision tho "SlnstaV i;old stor
(5;e chest for days to come.
-' Tcvis nnd Sheldon Itichic two
yjihns lads fi ud 4 .vcurs i-oupcolivo-.
l.7pas(jd tliroupb Asuiunn iosi m-
drtVfftripRed" in the care of tram
oiqjiljEU'Qos from Sun Diego to meet
. WniO. MeHne, of Portland, well
know'n newspaper eorijonaeni,
Wfjs in Anblfliid on Satmday bound
for the Moxicfiii border to anewopaiiy
tliu Amerien"fort'es in their hunt for
VJllH, Imvinir soeured rw-eMir- er
irtU Cwwn KovPniiBent autlmrilic at
0;jtlsWL it) (he aowrnment
sfipUft da.rtWHt of afSKulture.
a.f(liwud a ltuv cutlioWui; of fruit-
(r'i" m ilie ( iniinri il ' 'i
rnnnis Snlnr)nr dffrfifn on n yinn
or i&ytwimi -nwfni with
(TfrtWH hd i' in"' rmrtif ii. fnnrltft
thflf rfWp m liel (tilnt1(f)tr In
thSt matter federt (mftWfwtion
wnld tp ftffl Mfltt (iMn tilNrv
Mr. mH hm rWfffif Anfttenfl pre
ebm-ly. fl k iwff Bpffjfnjhrtd-
rflrtiimf m MwmjIHB aihi U r nrotltir
of Mm. WHIin ilwn, wMitsf of Ik
Iflte rwtr or TfWty Rpixeoiwl
elmrch hi iW rfly.
0r W. !Mwn dlpd hnt
p-'ndnv night nt In ftmhnv oh Pitt-
lory aifret. Hi wm wuire1 of OJii
tod H2 ymttm, nail wm h fmniltNr
fiimrp not mily In Axhlitnd, fiHt
thronnlimt the vullry. Up waa pmb
flbly one of the hugvipM firoperty
owner in this city. From fnii youth
up he bfld boon a linrrtworkiii mnn
and wan (maaoiiMcd nf a mmed por
ponalily. Fiinral sen'ieep wore held
on Sunday nt Dodflc's mortunry
chapel, conducted by the Odd Fol
lows, Jacksonville lodge hnvinif the
services in ehntxe, Mr. Stephenson
having beon, a oharter member of that
body. Interment in Ashland ceme
tery. Decides his wife, the doconacd
lonve n son and two daughters.
Antiuipating .the vibit here of
Louis 0. Clarke, eminent grand com
mnnder of the Kniirhts Templar in
Olefin, O. Whiter, C. W. Nims, V. Ii.
Newcombe and T. IL Simpson, in
Wititer's enr, went to Omnts Pass the
middle of last neck and met the
Brand officer with Melita Command.
cry, No. , of Hint city.
John A. Hnrvpy, former ea.s"hicr of
the Citizens' bank and pow connected
with Jininoinl institutions in Santa
Ana, Cnl., has recently been visiting
his mother, Mrs. A. L. llnrvtv.
The auxiliary of the Indies' Civic
Improvement ulub will soon move into
the second story of Vincent Hull on
Chautauqua grounds, formerly occu
pied by tho (I. A. IL, Ihiir year's
lease on tho Wntson homestend, Har
gndine Heights, having about expired.
The Indies uamed this property "Ivy
Cottngo," and having made substan
tial imiirovementH to the premises,
Jmljjp Watson compliments them on
the prnoticul applii'iitiou of "civic
improvement ideas and methods, m
nhmuch as the auxiliary has proved to
be a model tenant.
Mrs. Kliabcth Cromnr, residing at
(17."i Walnut street, lelt early this
week for a visit with a brother living
in Vancouver, I). C.
K. B. Uagloy njid family will retuni
from Hogue itiver nud jiiukc Ashland
their place f residence. The change
will take place this week. In the
meantime Mr. Hugley will make an
extended eastern trip.
Last Frjdav evening, Louis 0.
Clarke, .eminent grand commander of
Knights lemplnr ot 'Oregon, uccont
pntiicd by James''. Kobinsnli, grand
Veeoidcr of-thnt Jiody, visited Malta
commnndcry of this city .in a social
as well as official capacity. After
the social and business hour there
was a substantial "spread." Among
i.itors from out of town were (lco.
T. Collins, B. M. Wilaon, Tom Moffntt
and F. M. WiUop of Medford. The
jjnmd commander is president-man-
anor of the Clnrke.oodivard Drug.
Co. of Portland, C W. .Vims of 1Jii
uity is grand standard benrer of the
Verl Ilnnitbouxe, former S. P. cull
boy, now fitumnu in the. yards at
Weed, is viMtiug his parents here.
1 1 was Vurn who made the puudy
and spectacular trip on a motorcycle
carrying a belated pimsvugur from
Ashland to Med ford, huiuc lime ugo.
The Commercinl club hns received
from the chamber of commerce of
Wliittior, Cnl., a carton of extra
fancy navel oranges, coupled with the
sugKCStiou that they be placed on
exhibit for a time and then disposed
of where they will do tlm most Kod,
which implies that the trustees nil!
take the mutter under advisement.
The. fruit was ntUcd in the famous
Kast Whittier district.
The Mate board of health, through
its chuiiman, Dr. David N. Hoborg,
ponks in the bighent terms of the
finalities of Hid lithiu water now be.
ing delivered by the springs project
within the city limits. Di. Hoborg re
uenlly visited the b.vhtom throughout,
had the waters analyzed and certainly
knows whereof he aftiniis. Ily virtue
of the responsible iMisitlon which he
occupies, this testimony ought to bo
conclusive. In u recent Oregoninn
he adds that "tbo ambition of Ab
Innd to become tlic Carlsbad of Amer
ica is by no means impossible olj
Mr. nnd Min. A. L. Imb, residing;
on Mountain uveiuie, entortaineI six
teen giiets at cards ou Saturday
evening. In the contest at ."00, Coun
cilman Itanta won the gents' prise, a
.'pk of find in cellulnid inoIoure.
Tho ladies' pruo, a card rpneiver,
was nwarded to Mr. J. P. Johnson.
"The last basketball game of the
season" uu won bv First oomjmny,
C. A. C, of this cil, oxer Central
Pmt. on Snlitrdav mning. soure 31
it SSa fcls-U UUmtmi Uras4A
f UlAsloSD imww nuApi
5010 Br DRUGGISTS EVERWHERE
ttmvonti torn rmnmfi, Miwonn, omnns, monti
JJ.II I .1,1 .....J .) I ... ,,.... !,..,.,.' I.- ' '"! 1 i'
Hport(I bf Jackton Coatr Ah
tM0 Co.. With and tM tki?,
MlnrTlO flok "t I - M. Mathl-
nan nt rtl, ilDtnurrer. ,
fl. A. rurlion rn. K F. httiln et
Iltijtue lllv. P. & P. Co. v. II. II.
Tranton, jetton (or mnny.
Jfettle Wflltnimi Vd. Hrnnlc K. WH
U. Predrlekson vp. tgabclla llow
byf, et nl. to foreclose mortKORp.
Uitale of K. Mil Hull, order ap
Hcnl Ksta( Tmnrvra
Win. Angle to C. V. Angle, pt.
3r.3C-lW, iigrcemotit . ..$4040.00
Inane M. Thomas ot ux to Hen
ry C. Ilonney. lot 19 bile 2
Whitman pnrk, Mmlionl, .1000.00
Irn V. WllllaiiiH ct nx to K. II.
Cunningham, land In 38-lW 10.00
Mny L. HenBon to K. II. Cun-
nlngliani. and In 3S-IW .... 10.00
Granite City Savings Dank to
(lco. Cooney, half lot 8 It.
It. Vnl. Or. TrnctH 225.00
h Ilarton Plckel et ux to
Jackson Co. Uldg & Loan
Assn., lot 3 lily 1 Summit
jnild Mcdford 1.00
Isabella Ilowloy et vlr to Mrs.
Annn Dolmle, pt 34.34-lW.... 10.00
HOnS Alive, OV'ne.
STEB'IS -Alive, filfic.
COWS Alive, fitric.
VEAI Dressed. tCnllc.
riBNS Uj.ht, T.'e; heavy, 13o; old
roosters, 7e; stags, lie; uprinift lOo.
DUCKS Pat, be.
GKKSK Fat, 8c.
TURKEYS 1517c, ncconling to
BELGIAN HARES, fi to Go.
nay ana Orava
WHEAT $1.00 bushel.
OATS $30 ton.
IIAYAirulfa, $1C ton', grniu, $13.
UAH LEY Whole, $28.
1'rlcca Fata ty xxvaiera
BUTTER Dairy, 2 lbs. GOe.
ONIOKG L'o per lb.
HONEY 12c por lb.
SHOULDERS 12e.' ,
HITTER. FAT Hie.
HITTER -Wholesaile, 30j.
EASILY RELIEVED BY
S. S. S. Gives Quick Relief by
Toning Up the Blood.
Yai, but how 7 A nstursl juetlon.
Tli nnwer In that vou imut ulmliav
your blood by ntlinulutlriK It to
noullh). vlKorotiM Button, so tliut It will
throw orr tli urm mid Imiiurltlrs tlmt
auK ItliviiirHttUm. The option of tho
wonderful blooU iurtnr, H rl 8.. Is to
prarilcully ien' the life blood, Kllnc
it vluor. ntlinulutv the (low, makliiK It
throw out tho Krin nd tin poison
Impurities Tho excrucUtln: pln of
IWieunuitliin. whether It In the ulioot
IticT. atshbliiK Xclutlu. the Kllpplne
nMny or muscular llliruinutisM. or
fU'hliur nrino nnd lK tlrst (break up
aloeii, will b? rtillrfly rflleVed by ,W
y. U.ml use iuimm mid UruKx, Tuka
the blood bath Nature's blood toiitv,
H S. .S tlet II nt any drtluuUl'N. but
Insist upon S. S B t.rt u till you
utiout boid dUeae Hond for houMltt.
"Miat the Minor Tel!." 01 If oiira
Is a preullar attc. wilu Hwlfl Hixcinc
Co, Atlanta, (la, but begin tiatinnt
I have filed declaration of caiull
dacy for the otflco of Circuit Judgo.
I will sincerely appreciate an exprcs
lon of approval by tho voters, of my
udtnlnlstratlon of thn offlco during
tbe past lx years.
Adv. FRANK M CALKINS.
T hereby announce that I havo fllod
my declaration of Intention to become
SO acres Bear Creek bottom, 70
acres In cultivation, alfalfa, fruit and
grain, easily Irrigated. Less tban
3 miles from Medford. Cgl- cash.
Ono of the best buys In Jackson
county. Say when and I will show
J. C. BARNES
102 West Main St, Phone 799
il I'nniHdnt f' Mi fpnulilieurt nnni
Itisnen for the offirP of rpprPPtH-
iltp iiiihleet to Hip dPflaloti ot f1 fP-
tuiullrnn niHr flt thff wwlttit prllilrti-jr
Adr H M THOTIAR.
. , 1 1 .) -.ui
I haft h?rflofofri frtrnirtllr nn
nmuiaod my ennUldaoy for tho nontt
nation fof nhprirr an the reptibilcnrt
llOhel to be voted upon nl the com
ing primary election. Mar 19, lOlfi.
I linro held the potiltlon of deputy
sheriff during tho pat four tear. It
In nnanlnlbOsly eonreded that a mark
er Improvement hap been tnndc in
nil aiartmentp of the ulierlff'P of
Iko iluflng th Innimbenw of th
present pherirf, the records In tbo of
flei at thP beginning of tho prencnt
administration wero considered tho
worat In tbo plate they aro now
considered cciual to any and bettor
than most. ....
Tho work of tax collection has been
systmnntlied so Hint quicker nnd bet
ter norvlco Is now bolng rendered,
and taxes collected at a much less
cost thnn hordtoforo.
I nm fully conversant wun tuo tin
ties and needs of tbo office for which
df I am nomlnntcd nnd clocted I
1st To maintain tbo office In Its
nroscnt offlclcnt condition.
2n,i. To endeavor to further Im
prove tbo servlc to taxpayers nnd to
minlmlio tbo com thereof.
3rd. To Impartially perform nil
duties nnd enforce nil lavys.
E. W. (Curly) WILSON.
I am a candldalo for tbo nomina
tion of Sheriff on tbo republican
ticket to bo voted for nt tho primaries
lUky 10, 191C. if nomluntod nnd
elected I will onrorco tho law nnd
glvo the public nn honest. Impartial
nnd efficient administration.
37 yoarH in jbcksou couniy.
v IIAUIIV N. LOFIiiVND.
I horeby nnnatinco my cnndldncy
for tbo republican nomination for
sheriff, to be voted on nt tbo comiiiE
primaries, way ism, iiu.
I feel thnt I need no Introduction
to tbo public, bavins been n resident
of Jackson county for 26 yearn.
I plodo myself. If clocted, to give
an Imnartlnl, economical nnd con
sor.vativo administration of this Im
I bavo endeavored to servo tno
public faithfully In tho pnst and
agree, If elected, to strictly nnd
Impartially enforco all laws. Having
n very lariso experience In tho niat
tern of taxation nnd knowltiR Jack
son county thoroiiRhly, I plodue m'
solf to conduct tho tax collection
branch ot tho offlco In such a manner
ns to servo tbe taxpayers honestly,
nrnmntlv ntlll efficiently.
I" m .intniMl
,(1V. W. i. UllllVJ'i.
t nm n rnmllilato for tho republi
can nomination of nborltf of Jackson
county, subject to mo primary, jiuy
13. 1010. V1
I have lived In Jnckson county
twelve rears, mado tho raco for tho
nomination for sborlff two yenrs nKo
nnd received a HPlendld volo despite
tho 'unnsuttl conditions I bad to op-
poso nnd woiiju appreciate your sup
port thin Jlmo.
If elected I will enforco all law
and-pledKo tnynelf. to an ccpnonilcul,
Jjnpavtlal mid conwrvatlvo udmlnla
v .1 hereby nnnouhec my candidacy
for,tho.notnJnatlon for aberlff on tli
domocratle tloWet, subject to tbo will
of' the voters at the primary to bo
hold Hoy in. 1010. I am a native
son of Juckson county untl my on
tire past life is nubject to your Inves
tigation. RALPH 0. JKNNIN08.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the democratic nomlnntlon for
sheriff to bo voted on at tho comlni;
primaries, May VJ. fOlfl. I lv
served the eity of Medford as chief or
pollco for over flvo years and during
that tlmo servoil iindor four dlffornnt
mnvnrH 1 idllllUA UlNHOlf. If I10HH-
linted nnd elected, to servo the public
and do my duty ns shorirf nt all
times, uiul give tho 'public an honest
rinnntv Countv Treasurer Myrtle
W. niakeley nnnounces hor candidacy
for tho offlco of county treasurer.
I horeby announ'o m cnndldaoy
on tho republican ticket for tho of
flco of county treasurer, to bo "voted
on nt the coming primaries. I hnvo
held the position ns deputy In this
offlco for tho pnBt year rd am con
Ildont that I can fulfill the duties
I bervod two years as deputy coun
ty rocordor heforo takltiK tho posi
tion ob doputy county treasurer; I
have also had experience as account
ant for sevoral corporations, such as
the Medford Concrcto Construction
company nnd Medford lco nnd Stor
age Company, before taking up coun
ty work, nnd win say mm my pnsi
record Is open for inspection to tho
voters of Jackson county.
If nominated and elected I will run
the office without tbe oxpnnso of a
donuty and contlnuo to serve tae puu
lie Just as efflclont in tbe future as
I havo in tno past.
Adv. MYRTLE W. OLAKELEY.
I beroby annopucn that I have fllod
my declaration of Intention to be
come n candldato fpr the republican
nomination for the offlco of county
treasurer, to be voted on in me com
If I am nominated and elected will
conduct the pfflqe a nn efficient nud
Adv. 'ROY L. MAULE,
I hereby announce that 1 pm a can
didate for tho nomlnntlon of county
treasurer for Jackson county, Oregpn,
on the republican ticket to no voteu
for at tbo primary election to bo bold
Mnv 19. 1916.
I formorly held tho offlco of county
treasurer and believe I guvo genoral
batlsfact on to tho public.
During tbo tlmo I was county treas
urer the county employed expert ao
countants to oxpert tho county offi
cers' books and said experts compli
mented my work very iiiB'uy n u
If nominated and elected I shall
endeavor to conduct the affairs of (he
offlco in an hmest, efficient una uusi
Adv. JA8. M. QRONBMILLBR.
w. f u ., . wir,
'", J"1"" " "
f am candidal for fe-Plielon
(u inn umru ui uimi-i uts'tiix-jp
lf. . R R KRLIif.
I hnftbf annotinre that f hnva
fltd my denlitfstl6n ot intention to
become. randldatd for tn t'P"'1'
lleon nomination for tho office of
District Attofney for JacKdon eounty
Oregon, stinject to llifl decision ot tno
repttbllean part, at the primary elec
tion io bo held May 10, 1911.
Adv. O. M. HOIIBflTfl.
I hereby nnnoimee that 1 have filed
my declaration of Intentions, and thnt
1 nm n candidate for tlm democratic
nomination for tlm office of district
attorney, subject to the May prltnap
log. u I am nominated nml einctcu
to this office. I promise not to forget
tbo fact that I am n public servant,
nnd thnt I wilt to the best of my
ability administer the affairs of the
office, Impartially, honestly and
without fear or favor.
Adv. NEWTON W. nOIWBN
The first of the yenr n number of
republicans, Including many who ap
proved of my efforts In tho Interest
of the taxpayers nn state representa
tive four years ago, requested mo to
becomo a candtdato for the offlro of
District Attorney, Inasmuch as there
would bo. In addition to tho regular
duties ot tho criminal and juvenile
courts, new duties and conditions
confronting tho office. Among these
were mentioned tho enforcement of
tho prohibition act, nnd tho likeli
hood of having to foreclose many tax
ileus, particularly thoso against the
Southern Pacific land grant of nearly
halt million acres in Jackson county,
nmoiintlng to about 1200,000.
My reply wuh that I would becomo
a cnndldnto it It were generally do
slred and tbo rnce could bo mado
without assuming special oblleatlon
to any particular Individual, faction,
locality or interest.
Therefore, after consulting person
ally or by letter several hundred men
und women or nil occupations in
all parts ot the county, believing
thcro Is n real dcslro for my candi
dacy, I will bo a cnndldnto for tbo
nomination or District Attorney on
tbo republican ticket.
Adv. JOHN IL CARKIN.
O. A. Gardner Is Republican Candi
date for .County Clerk
I hereby announce my candidacy
for tho offtco ot county clerk and' It
nominated nnd elected will contlnuo
to glvo iny entire time nnd attention
to tho duties thereof, conduct tho
offtco according to law nnd give an
offlclcnt, economical and business
Adv. Q. A. GARDNER.
I hereby nnnounco thnt I hnvo
filed my declaration of Intention to
becomo n candldalo for tho ropuuii
can nomination for the otflco ot
county clerk, for Jackson count?.
Oregon, subject to thn decision of, tno
republican party nt tbo primary oloc
lion to be held Mny 19. ID 10.
Adv. (Llttlo) JOB II. WILSON.
I hereby nnnounco thnt I havo
filed my declaration ot Intention to
hocomo a cnndldnto. for tbo ropubll
pun nomlnntlon foV tho OfftcO'Ot coun
ty clerk, for Jackson county, subject
to the uecision Qt 1110 repupuenn par
ty, nt tho primary election to bo hold
May 19. 191C.
dV. A. IS. lIlLiUKUKAriU.
I boroby nnnounco my candidacy
for tho oHIco of coun,y nssossor ot
Jackson county on tho republican
ticket, subject to tho primary on
Mny 19. I nludgo myself to nn
honest, efflclont. Impartial and ccon
omlcal dischnrgo of tho duties of tbo
office and nropuso to make all assess.
ments upon tho basis of tbo truo
actual valtio of tbo property and not
upon any Inflated valuation.
Adv. OEOROE LAUNSPACIL
I herewith nnnounco my cnndldaoy
for county pssessor, subject to tbo
decision or tho republican party at
tho primary election to he held May
19, 101 C. If elected 1 plodgo myself
to make a just and oqultablo assess
ment and ndmlnlstor tbo uffulrs of
tho otflco In a buslnesH-lIko manner.
Adv. J. U. COLEMAN.
I beroby announce my candidacy
lor tho democratic nomination for
tho offlco of assessor ot Jackson
county, at tho primary to bo held
Mny 19th, 1910. Have had throo
years' exporlonco as deputy assessor.
AdV. CI.I.NT QAIiliATl.N.
I hereby nnnounco my cnndldncy
on the republican ticket ror the or
fico of County school superintend
ent for Jackhon county, Oregon, sub
Jest to too lll of tbo republican
party at tbo primary election May
19. I stand for practical school ef
ficiency, personal supervision ot tho
schools nnd elimination of county
Adl . FRANCIS O. SMITH.
To tho vqters: I am republican
candldute for county school super
intendent at tho primary election,
May 19, 1916.
I am for supervision of tho schools
by tbo superintendent nnd for econ
omy In tho county superintendent's
offlco nnd every plnco where it doos
not retard tho efficiency of tbo
I am In favor of progressive educa
tion, that Is, education that prepares
the boy or girl for life. I am for nil
having n squurn deal ami an equal
chance for uti education.
H nominated and elected I will
do every thing In my power to make
the schools of Jackson county tho
beat in tho statu.
Adv. A. J. HANDY.
I horeby announce that I have
filed iny declaration ot Intentions,
and that I am a candidate for tho re
publican nomination for tho office of
County School Superintendent ot
Jackson county, subject to the prl
maries of May 19.
ir nominated nud .elected I pledgo
myself to an honest. Impartial und
economic administration uud will
personally Hiipervlse our schools.
I bold au Oregon life certificate,
and having recently spent four sot
slons on preparatory work, both In
the University of Oregon and In the
University of California In tbp study
of modern fMnenffort artd u.ift7
shtri, ami havinif nofvcit (hit county
as rural iicfiool stipeffisnr ittt two
year. I feci wmpelent fu fill (h at
fled In Uiorgiiflhly anlfaftialar' rrirttt
nee and horeby solicit jfitf sllfipofl of
dfcit frfto friend of education,
Adv. (I. W. Aflflrt.
I arri A candldalo for the rftptibll
citn domination for County School
Hiirrftflnlotidfltit. f stand fer: A con
tinuance of pregressive: policies In
education, economy consistent with
efflclcney, equal durational advnn
InRcs for thn boys and girt on tbo
farms with thoso in the cities and
If nominated nnd elerled I will in
tbo future, an In tho past, cite my
full time and best efforts to tbe
supervision nf the schools and the ad
ministration of the dullea of tho of
flro. Iiurlng my Incumbency I hnvo
not confined myself strictly to tho
routlno duties of thn office hut havo
taken a broader view of the tnlsslou
of the County School Superintendent.
In addition to my efforts ro talso tho
standnrd of teaching and Improvo thn
physical conditions at school I havo
labored to promote tho welfare of
tbo boys nud girls through Industrial
clubs, school fairs, school credits for
homo work, parent-teachers circles,
spelling nnd arithmetic contests, nnd
other activities. I reel that my work
has boen regarded with fnvor and In
order to continue this work, I am
asking for ro-nlectlan.
Adv. J. PERCY WELLS.
FOR RENT FURNISHER
FOR RENT Apartment for
Tho Rorbcn, 10 Qtllno St.
.1 - u 1
FOR RKICT ItOTJSHB
FOR RENT 11-room liobse, close In,
2 bnths, nicely furnished. Phono
FOR RENT Three room furnished
house nt -121 WoodRtock St., rent
reasonable. See Dr. Bccly or J.
FOR RENT Attractive bungalow on
West Foothill road; threo acres sot
to grapes nud fruit trees. F. II.
iCotfo, Phono o73-R. 308
FOlf RENTC-room bungalow with
gariigo, flG.00. Phono 84-X. 224
FOR RENT C-room modern bunga
low, rungo connocted, east front.
hbado. Tol 4BB-X.'
fok HAMi virmrmax
FOR SALE Riding horse, about
1000 lbs. 322 East 12th St. 313
FOR BALE Or exchnngo, 0110 old
Jersey cew: has been an extra good
cow j a good buy for nnyono hav
ing pasture. Address .Man rriuunn
FOR SALE POULTRY AND ECKJH
FOR HALE White tynndotta egim
$1; cuckernls 1. Frltucho. ROuto
2, Medford. 3J.3
FOR HALE Barred Rock eggs ror
netting ll.CO for If,. Won fjr.it.
cod; and first 'pullet, at recent
show.' Paul'Jaunoy, It. F. D. 2.
Phono 41. Sll
- - - - --
FOR SAI.1J Puro bred. II. P. Rook
O, fl, Hamburg ogKu, ? LOO per 1G.
Phono 138-J. 318
WANTE D Hon wanted! llnlf a
mIozou Black Minorca and Rhode
Island Red coming two yoara Ad
dress with prices Box 28. Mall Tri
FOR SALE 120-ogg Potaluma incu
bator. Phono 787-M ovonlngs.
roll BALK Erics from nolcctod
winter laying and prlxo wlnnlui;
strain of 3. C. Rhode. Island Reds;
l per setting. Mrs. C. H. Lnininoy.
Central Point, R. R. 2, 318
FOR SALE- Hatching eggs, day old
chicks, O. A. C. strain, from trap
nested, brcdto-Iay H. C. W. Leg
horns; egg production first, hut 1
also havo quality. At Ho. Orog.
Poultry Show I won two firsts, ono
second and threo specials on six
birds entered. W. J. Warner, Med
ford. Phono CflCM. 31C
FOR BALK HlBCRliliATtKOUH
FOR SALE Runabout In good con
dltlon; gpod tlreH; $175 If taken
within ten das. Box 25, caro
Mall Tribune. 313
FOR BALE Electric washer, dining
tablo and ono rug. S3 N. Orange.
Phono IS3-J2. 309
FOR SALE Overland roadster. Sen
E. A. lllclis, Mummer, Oregon
FOIt SALE CHEAP Two now cow
boy suddles, new buggy, sot of now
single harnoM. Union Stables. 333
FOR SALE Freshly dug carrots at
SU.OO per ton. Modoo Orchard,
Table Rock. Palmer Investment
FOIt SALE CHEAP Furniture und
lease on rooming house. Cull nt
Oxford ItooniH. 223 West Main vt
Phono 036-L. 311
FOR SALE Furniture. Phono 748-R
after 9 a. 111. a on
FOR BALK Champion pray rig.
bargain. Ileccntly overlinuioa;
smirk nine lunltlon. Scuddnr &
Kenly, Phono C11-J3. 309
Foil SALE--A good single buggy
chcup; nlso single burnous nnd ono
set double harness. Can be been
at Palmor's I'inuo Place, 28 So.
FOIl BALE By "owners, choice Boar
creek bottom laud cIoho to Med
ford, with eight year old fruit trees
apples and pears; also alfalfa
land. Houses and lots for sale or
rent. Jauoph Taylor & Son, Phono
FOR HALKWIII sell 10-acre truet
good land la clover and barley
with 3-roont. fiirnlHlwd house and
optbiilldliigs, noar Phoenix, with,
good well. Total prloo only I1C00.
payVble 000 eusb, balance sown
year tlmo. A bargain. K. fl.
Tuiuy, 210 GaruettsQoroy bldg,
'jffim AW irf'.Vf AMITY WHAT'
by Rev ,f T flttrtdrffftntl, riffd oth
er rtiltarfart Itldfatur spnl ttp W
Ifirnilrert, Adores Mfsn 1lV.V
Ilitftort. Central Point, ft. F 11 N07
1. OreKon. Ji
'WA'fTHIi Quick, second hand crtr
In ood eondltlort for sfrlpplrtg:
1910 of later model preferred: 20
to 3 Ii. p. What Is yotif bottom
prlenf O A ft , MAII Trllnitffl. .103
WANTHI -Ford toiiflns; enr com
plete. Prlee Xo Junk, llox If,
Otdll Trlhune. 308
WANTED Dressmaking At home or
by day. 114 S. Central, Plioso
t.-..m n.. 1
FOR EXCHANGE-Horse and slnnlo
harncs for wood. Addrcsii CI.".
King st. 3U
FOIt TRADE iMfolfa cultivator for
Kcntlp horso or what have you? 1).
W. Wheeler, It. F D. 1, .Medford.
E err . isx Lwr-gt.. 'J1I r.'l
AJO.NKY ) liOAN
TO LOAN S1000 on Improved ranch
Holmes tbe Insurance Mnn. "
LAIIER AUTO SPRING CO. W
are operating the largest, oldest
and best equipped plant in the Pa
cific northwest. Use our spring
whon others fall. Sold under guar
antee. 20 North Fifteenth St.,
GEO. W. CHERRY Attorney- art
.Notary, Room 9, Jackson County
Dank Building, entrance N. Cen
tral, Medford, Ore.
PORTER J. NEFF Attorney at law.
rooms 8 and 9, Medford National
A. B. REAME8, LAWYER QarnetV
O. M. RORERTS Lawyer.
Medford National Bank Bulldlat
Dr. W. M. VAN &COYOO
DR. O. C. VAN SCOYOO
Oarnett-Corey Bldg., site
Medforo, Ore. Phone 8B6.
Collections aad jlleporUi
COLLECTIONS AND RKPORTg Wa
collected some accounts 14 yean
old. We know bow to get tat
money. The Duiiock Mercantile
Agency, Inc., Rooms 1, 3, S, Ha
kins' Bldg., 216 E. Mala at
Snjflneer aad Contractor
FRED TL CUMMlNdB Vnglh'eer a4
contractor, 404 M. F. ft IL Bids.
Surveys,, estimates, IrrigatiM
drnlnilgo, orchard and load la
1 " , ' lu-11 1 - '
EARL B. TUMY Qonornl Insurance
office, Fire, Automobllo, Accldont,
Liability, Plato Glass, Contract,
and Surety Bonds. Excollont com
pantos, good local service. No.
310 Garnott-Coroy Bldg.
Instruction la Musfe
FRED ALTON HAIOIIT, tcachor ot
piano nnd harmony. Composer
nnd arranger ot music. Height
Music fitudlo, 401 Garnott-Coroy
OARBAGE r Get your pramlsea
cloaned up for tbe summor. Call
on tbo city garbage wagons tor
good sorvico. Phone 274-L. T.
Phyulduis ana Burgeosa
DIL " a.1"1 CA?lLOw7? DR." ' KVA
MAINS CARLOW Osteopathia
physicians, 410-417 Oarnett-Corey
bldg., phono 1030-L. Hesldeace
20 South Laurel at.
DR. W. W. HOWARD Oatoopathfc
physician, 303 aarnutt-Corey
building. Phone 130.
DR. J. J. EMMENB Physician and
surgeon. Practice Umitod to eye,
ear, nose and throat. Eyes aclea
tlflcally tostod and glasses sup
plied. Oculist and Aurlst tor B. P.
R. R. Co. Otflccs M. F. ft II. Co.
bldg., opposlto P. O. Phone 667.
DR. R. W. CLANCY Physician and
surgeon Phones, office 36, resi
dence 724-J. Offlco hours, 10 t
12, 2 to 6.
OB. MARTIN O. BARBER Physt
elan and surgeon. Office Palaa
block, opposite Nnsh hotel. Hour
10 to 12, 1 to 4 Phone 110-J
OORDON MAO CRACKEN, M. D.
Hotnoepnthlc physician, Surgeon,
228 East Main St., Medford, Ore
gon. Offlco phono 142, residonce
phone 732-R2. Offlco hours 1 te
4 p. ra.
Printers and Publishers
MEDFORD PRINTING CO., has the
best equipped printing office In
southern Oregon; book binding
loose leaf ledgera, billing systems
etc Portland prices ?7 Sortl
EADS TRAN8FBR & STORAGE CO.
Offlco 42 North Front st. Pbona
315. Prices right. Bervjca guar,
sing er'se wino "jiach ineTfor
3ALB OR RENT Some used m
chlnes also for salo. Cleaning and
repairing. Baldwin Piano for salo
from factory to customer. Res!
rouco 37S So, Central Phoue 390,