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MT3DF0RD MAM TilTBUNfl, MF,T)F0R1, Of? MOV. TffnWUY. MMKU 2.1, lOfrt
ASHLAND, Muni, i'l Tin- South-
ern UrrjHm Dislrirt Federation or
Wdmmr club has flxml the dates
tit it forthcoming nicotinic nt A
laud on April 'JO, 27 altd US, Wbdn
tiny, Tiirtinnfi.f Ann Friday.
J. A. I'liuroliill, Klnle superintend
cnl of nlionln, will speak on oduon
Slu'lo'Dalry nnd Food (.'oniinis
fiionor JU'iklo will o.xptnlu pinlilems
lofltMj- with tho pmo food uiifiot
Allen Union of Knjjcnn will talk on
"JlOiischOld Di'i'onitlOH,'" illimtriitin"
liiH-tliMilo Vith I'xhiliilH of priiellcnl
nfc well iih ornamental diplnvs in tlio
realm of art.
hi "dealing wllh homo economies,
the Htnto A-nieiiltnntl college lm
promised it speaker well uracil In
tlierfe ifnfiortnnt mutters. (
"Shall Women ervo on Juiioi?"
is u topiu comiiiK under the jurisdle
tion of the legislative department,
diseuhhion of tho subject's merits' bo
iiit: led by Mrs. C. L. Clovongur.
"Medical Inspection of Schools"
will also he in order on tho program,
Mrs. Noblil leading in the contro
versy. Mrs. C. II. Lumkin or this oitv has
uhnrge of the eivic department and
will tloiuntv speaker in nddition to
IfV tho condonation department,
Mrs. Hohieffelin of .Medford will di
rect the line of nrgnment.-
In the mti'dunl deportment (Joorgo
Andrews ot Med ford will give prno-
At the initial meeting on tho eve.
ning of'April 20, nddios,.H ot wel
come will be made by Mayor Johnson,
V. 0. N Smith, piesident of (he I'om
mereial eluh,;and others, the lchpoiise
being by .Mrs. Canby of Grants
Pass. A reception and serving of
relreshmcnts will follow. Meetings
will bo held in the auxiliary elub
room.s of the WomenV Civic Improve
ment organization on the Cliautaiupia
An official program will he issued
for geneial distribution lit an eailv
Mis Marion Town of Phoenix UL
prfiMdfiiT Mii. c. I). Hoon of Med-F
lord, loeording scfretary, and .Mrs.
K. I). Hriggs of Ashland, pics eor
lespoudent. EAGLE POM EAGLETS
By A. C. Howlott
Last Saturday hight the tollowing
young ladies ae a social dance in
the opera heuse: Miss Clare Zimmer
man, Mis Dons Arncs, Miss Chris
tina Lewis and Mrs. Margueietta
Simpson. There were a few owr J00
invited to the dance, and about all
responded by boing on hand at loll
will. The operu house was decorat
ed with evergreens and flowers and
Mr. Newport had taken .pecial pnius
to haw the floor in splendid condi
tion, and the imisio was up to date.
The following young men acted as
assistants in arranging the toom and
furuishliig tho giiots with the neces
sary attentien: Glenn and Percy
Haley, Frederick Heath, IM Conlo.v,
Joe Mooiuaw, Thomus ltiloy, Jr.,
Thomas and William Lewis mid Itoh
ert Hainish. The dancing eommeiu
ed about 8-:i0 p. in. and coiitiuued
uuil llO p. m., when a bountiful
lliueh was prcad. And right here I
must draw tho line, for I oannot un
dertake to tell of or describe an af
fair of that kind, hut will sinipl say
(hat the talk for tu next (wo or three
days was abo'ut the dance and the
good tilings thev hud to eat, foi tin
four ludic who had the matter in
aharge spared no jnuiis or expense to
make it a crowning success. I hcaid
WSlliam Gnoves lemaik that it was
one of the finest ouials he and Ins
wife had attonded tor yent, that c
'thing passed if so pleasantly
i(nd was so nicely arranged. After
ljilieh wa served dancing was lesum
Ud and uontinued until about 1 o'clock
t. in. i when the company began to
roiire and go to their homes and the
Sunuyiiiilc hotel, for munv ot the
pang people from .Isek-oinille, (Vu
trel Point, Medford, etc., took rooms
ni that hostslrx-. It a puihnps the
flivt dsnee since the dry Isw went
Into ofpwit hut what there litis been
"fro or low hiMiio there, hut in this
MM U w a subject of lenuirk that
Ulf WMt no twidenee of any one
(ytitkiiit; is the house, for thi was
ilrs, AhVff Flftolb of flmnU 1h,
Mr. Frauk TiiHgate nnd her ilaagh
r, Un. Caroline Tonilin-on, f
ijMtiaoaville. wre on the P. A. K.
t4 un inatr mv up to Cbn
taWir Woolev's to visit Mrs. liuolh's
ikhr. Mis. Itau Gr of Fort KUm
Qik, wko i Uwre usituig her sister,
Tiie-ihn uiviiiin Mmlt .ti tin dpt
Umkinft for Eflgfefe I tmtJri-d (bst
milk mm taken ff lite Mr ni this
pin re am) en the untuning Irsin in
the sflniwil fliero were about nn
mnnr filled -antfptll Ti the (ruin for
different r if merle In the MWfUrr.
The farmer are wnMfr Hp to the
faet that then' nturo inotiev in
kccpui rowt and )jr enough on tho
furm to ent what tbev tew and ell-
fiig the prnduri of the farm in thnt
way than there in hhv other way,
and another hi advantage In doing
hMshiem in (Intt way is thnt they
that wt the uim'('fiil fanner put
what they take off Uio land hack
agnhi in the shape or manure, nnd
thus iueieaso tho productiveness of
V. K. Ilauimil, ouo of our pnler
prisinjr fanners and oivlinrdlsts, enme
Tuesday and took homo two Imriol
of spray mixture' to nso Tin Ids or
chard. And C A. ICiiftfht, Kiiother
one of our prominenl niliiudiwln, had
a cnrluml of petroleum eouiu out on
the same train.
I should have said before I trot hi
far along in my wiile-up that 1 paid
n visit to tho eounty seal to try to
straighten out my tti.xos, for I found
by looking over the tux list ue have
in the Englo Point bank that Ihey
had me all "balled up" (a U. S. sen
ntor uses that term, so I suppose
that it is proper) with other people's
taxes, having laud assessed to me
that I never did own, to I simply
wont to the sheriff's office, procur
ed a statement and took it to the as
sessor's office to havo them straight
ened out and found that everything
in his office was porfeetly correct,
but l the mistake had been made in
coping ftuui the nsM.,Mir's list, but
I got them all untangled and was as
sessed for another yenv.
II. 0. I'harseu of Washinglon
state and Hay C. Spencer and wife of
riutte tails wore on the train Tues
day on their way up to llutlc Falls:
Mr. I'. is a brother-in-law Mr.
Spencer, liming married his sister.
He is one of the l'amilv of Spencers
who first settled in the'unsiirveyed"
section, north and east of Unite
Falls. There were live brothers who
took claim up there, lived on and
improved their placeV, piovcd up and
are now living on "easy street."
School Supervisor l'eleion came
out Tuesday, loft his ear and took
the train for the upper country.
J. U. liobiusou, who is on a fann
out north of here, about four miles,
was in town Tuesday attendini: to
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o9rf ,' I'1K"1. K-lOlJOtt
5)A HOc Jloavy Ribb(lyvi,.n?
r --"-- -j- ... --
I inee mv
rl George voi
der Hellen has renewed his subscrip
tion to the Daily Mail Tiibune.
On my tnp to Jacksonville, I'M
Mills ami II. 1-. Young of Drowns
boio, .Mr. and Mis. A. G. Ilrshop and
Suau Ilniiiist of this section, were
on their way to Medford. On the
return trip Mr. and Mis. Ms.liop were
accompanied by Mr. H.V brother and
wile of Washington, whom they met
in Medtord, and K. W. Lawrence of
Talent, who spent tho night here with
as ami went tho no.t morning up to
the Dodge ranch to, do some glutting
tor hiui. Also Corhiu Kdgell came
out with iih mid look supper at tho
Itnj Cobleigh, who is in the em
ploy of the P. & H., is stopping at
the Sunuyside, waiting on his sisttM,
Mabel, who is sick with thu grip.
The McCurdy Insuranco Agency
wish to announce that thoy havo re
moved tliolr offices from tho Sporta
building to the Medford National
Hank building Phono 1-2-3, 3
What is Home
Without an Heir!
Tlili Is a subject that has a place In all
minds In all Uracs. And It naturally dl-
reel thought at to tlj
comfort of tlio nxitUr
durlnr tbat iranderful
pcr.oa of oiHxlaiw.
Motliers wltn know rro
Krlend " It I an ex
ternal temU' for tlm
UrcUMnr uiiivIm, rn
nUcs Item to eipand
vrlthont undue ilmln,
otilit tlie oncntu to
crowl ayilnt nfrvr,
to pull at lltarucnts
tu tbuf mold caln.
TIiui rcjffut data are mjure.1. rxacrfut
nlchU nro cxprr caced. luornlnj dcVnes.
Iicadacliv, npprtitcnilon and ottifr dlt
tttttt are ntuoiig I lie nrloui ttilnri nUIcb
wornfiv ercr"wlere relate tly entirely e
raped by wiag "Mother's Friend. And by
lit effect upon tlio untucleii toe form It re
tjlneil nnd tliey return to tbelr natural,
knionth rordnur after lliy U turn
(let a (utile of tlilt Intaluable aid to extvo
t.int nwtlier. Any druirtUt "111 tuivly )ou.
It l lurmlei but wonderfully effectie.
AVrlte to Ilradfleld Itcpdator Cu.. 411 La
mar Uldf., Atlanta, Ra.. for a specially writ
ten (Hide book for women Interested In the
iJHt of maternity, it wilt pnnre an Intpl.
rattoo. It rontatpt Inrormatloo tlt.it etery
wwnan ahould laor aM aout. Wrtte today.
It Will Be at the
Hour of 10 a. m.
Read Page 3
d Tomorrow's Papers
llwr, Cliiti' and Caten were in -ftwiiHjr
orrhanl in our precinct lat
F. K. Dsnel HHd faiflllr motored
tram Mwlftwl SaHdajfltul wa view
ing Ills rfifH hnv.
The spfllinic inateh between Chap
arntl, Tflbls Hock, Pfltikcy and Pel
ton rtlstnVts was wan by Pelton. We
feel that our kiiibII tehool idd (hein
elvia proud in oatTylrtjr off the ban
nor. I). C. Wilon. Jr., wife and baby
of Dtiusinnir, Pal., are rititing'at'lhe
home of 0. T. Wilson.
Spravinn Is Nommvhnl delayed by
the iiieleitnntt weather.
iiiiii Gall was called to Ashland
.Monday, owing' to the serious illness
or his rather, K. C. nail.
Many of our neighbor attended the
funeral of Miss Ilogers, hold in Au
Mr. Stniuss wn visited Wednes
day by some frinndsl' roni hie home
The infant son of F.. C. Cooper,
who fuiN been sciiouslv ill, is icpoit-
ed as slightly impmxed.
Mis. W. C. Kennev visited in Cen
tral Point Monday.
J. C. Hnrttes and family worn vis
iting here Wednesday.
Says a. littjc Salts in water may
save you from dread
Rheumatism is easier to avoid than
to cure, states a well-known authority.
Wc arc advised to dress warmly; keep
the feet dry; avoid exposure; eat less
meat, but drink plenty of good water.
Hheiunatism is a direct result of
eating too much meat and other rich
foods that, produce uric acid which is
absorbed into the blood, ft is the
function of. the kidneys to Alter this
acid from tlie blood and cast it out in
the urine; the pores of the skin arc
also a means of freeing the blood of
this impurity. In damp and chilly
cold weather the skin pores arc closed
thus forcing the kidneys to do double
uork, they become weak and sluggish
and fail to eliminate the uric acid
which keeps accumulating and circulat
ing through the system, eventually set
tling in the joints and muscles causing
stiffness, soreness and pain called rheu
matism. At the first twinge of rheumatism
from any pharmacy about four
ounces of Jad Salts; put a tablespoon
ful in a class of water and drink before
breakfast each morning for a week.
This is said to eliminate uric acid by
stimulating the kidneys to normal ac
tion, thus ridding the blood of these
Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless and
is made from the acid of grapes and
lemon juice, combined with litliia and
it ucd with excellent remits by thou
sands of folks who are subject to rliou
mntism. Here you have a pleasant,
effervescent litliia -water drink which
helps overcome uric acid and is bene
ficial to your kidneys as well.
I have filed declaration of candi
dacy for tho offlco of Circuit Judgo.
I will Hlncoroly appreciate an oxpros
slop of npprovu! by tho voters, of my
administration of the office during
the past six years.
Adv. FUANK M. CALKINS.
I boroby announco that I bnvo fllml
in declaration of Intention to become
a candidate for tho republican nom
ination for the offlco of roproaontn
tlra subject to tho decision of tho re
publican patty at tho coming primary
Adr. CM. THOMAS.
I have heretofore formally an
noiimed my candidacy for the nomi
nation for sheriff on tho ropubllean
ticket to lie votod upor st the com
ing primary election, May 19, 1916,
I havo hold the position of deputy
sheriff during the pant four years. It
Is unanimously roncedod that a mark
ot' Improvement tins uoen made In
There Will Be News
Worth Reading on
SO acros Hear Creek bottom, 70
acres In cultivation, alfalfa, fruit and
grain, easily Irrigated. Less than
3 rnlla from Msdford. iSU cash.
Ono ot the best buys In Jackson
county. ay when, and I will show
J. a BARNES
102 Wbtl Main St I'hone Vi'i
TVtLV T'll,t Athftnr ""'t' M AX
Hib in ?U4 l ioi4 -i.mV
f-tjt, tii mm mm, V
T ikr pot ff jrwir "
rt",, j lin.IirVi.Vrii
lilAWnn luitsn ViUjt.nt
till I (. M tit. VDMt. AMU SHtM
SOtl IV DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
all departments of Hie sheriff of
IJCO during the liuumbenev of fhi
present sheriff, the records In tho of
flrq at the beitlnning of the present
administration wero conalderod the
worst In tho state they aro now
contftlorod equal to any and better
Tho work of tax collection has been
sjstcmatlzod so that quicker nnd bet
ter sorvlco Is now being rendered,
nnd taxes collected at n muoh loss
cost than horotofore.
I am fully conversant with tho tin
ties and needs of the offlco for which
If I mi) nominated and elected I
1st To maintain tho offlco In lta
presont efficient condition.
2nd. To cudoavor to further Im
prove tho sorvlcr to taxpayers and to
minimize tho cos thereof.
3rd. To Impartially perform nil
dutlos nnd enforce all laws
K. V. (Curly) WILSON.
I am a tfaitdlllato for tho nomina
tion of Sheriff on tho ropubllcnn
ticket to bo votod for nt tho prlmarlos
May 10, 10 1C. It nomlnntcd and
elected I will onforco tho law and
give tho public an honest. Impartial
and efficient administration.
37 years In Jackson county.
Adv. HAItllY N. LOPLAXD.
I horoby nnnoituco my enidhlaey
for tho ropubllean nomination for
sheriff, to bo voted on nt tho coming
primaries. May lDth, 101 C.
I fcol that 1 need no Introduction
In I1n niiltllv lnttnt liftim n ronlilnnt
of Jackson county for 20 years.
I pledgo myseir. ir electeti, to give
an lmnartlal, economtoal nud con
servative administration ot this Im
I havo endeavored to sorvo tho
public faithfully In tho pant and
agree, If elected, to strictly and
Itutinrlfnllv nnfnrrn nil Inwn. Hnvlnir
n very largo oxporlenco In Uio mat
ters or taxation nnu Knowing jaca
son county thorouRhly, I plodgo my-
nir In nnnilnrt Din tn pnllfpllnn
branch ot tho office In such a manner
as to servo tho taxpayers honestly,
promptly and efficiently.
Adv. W. T. GRIEVE.
I am n candidate for tho republi
can nomination ot sheriff ot Jackson
county, subject to tho primary. May
I havo lived In Jackson county
twolvo years, niado the rnco for tho
nomination for sheriff two years ago
and received tt splendid vote dosplto
tho unusual conditions I hnd to op
poso nnd would appreciate ydtir sup
port this time.
If elected I will enforce nil laws
and plodgo myself to on economical,
Impartial and conservative ndmltils
tra'lou. Adv. A. W. WALKHIt.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the nomination for sheriff on tho
democratic ticket, subject to tho will
of tho voters at tho primary to bo
bold Mav 10, 10 in. I am a natho
son of Jackson county nnd my en
tiro past life is subject to your inves
tigation. IIALIMI G. JHN'NINGS.
I horobv announco my candidacy
for tho democratic nomination for
sheriff to be otod on at tho coming
prlmarlos, May 19. 101C. I havo
sorved the clt of Medford ns chief of
pollco for ovor five years and during
that time served under four different
mayors. I plodgo mysolf, if nomi
nated and elected, to servo tho public
and do my duty as sheriff at all
times, and give tho public an houost
and Impartial administration.
Adv. J. V. IUTTSON'.
Doputy County Treasurer Myrtle
W, lllnkeley announces her oandldaey
for the office ot county troasuror,
I boroby nnnoun'-o my candidacy
on tho republican ticket for tho of
flco of county treasurer, to bo voted
on ut tho coming prlmnrlos, I havo
hold tho position ns deputy tu this
office for the past ear and am con
fident that I can fulfill the duties
I served two yonrs as deputy coun
ty roeordar before taklnir tho Msl
tlon as deputv county treasurer; I
have also had exporlenc as saoount
ant for several corporations, such as
tho Medford Conoreto Coustruetlon
company and Medford lea and Stor
age Company, before taking up coun
ty work, and will say that my pest
record Is open for Inspection to the
voters of Jackson count).
If nominated nnd elected I will run
tho offlco without tho expense of a
deputy nnd continue to serve tho pub
lic just as efficient In the future m
I liavo In the past.
Adv. MVIITLK W. HLAKIJLBY.
I horoby announce that I have filed
my declaration of Intontlon to be
come a candidate for the republican
nomination for tho offloe of county
troasuror, to bo votod on In the com
If I am nominated and clouted will
conduct tho offlco In an cfflclont and
Adv. HOY L. MAULB.
I boroby announco that I am a can
didate for the nomination of eounty
treasurer for Jackson county, Oregon,
on tho ropubllean ticket to bo votod
for at the primary election to bo held
May 19, 1916.
I formerly held tho office of county
treasurer and believe I gavo genoral
satisfaction to the public
During tho time I was county treas
urer tho county oranloyod export ac
countants to expert tho county offi
cers' books and said exports compli
mented my work very highly as a
It nominated and elected I shall
endeavor to conduct the affairs of the
offlee In an honest, efficient and business-like
Adv. JAS M. CHONKMILLEfl.
1 ai a oandldato for re-election
to the olflce of dlstrlot attorney.
Adv. H. 18. KMLLY,
1 hereby announce that I hare1
fll"d my deetnrnlhtn of Intention (o
bpeonifj n cflrjdfdslo fhr (H6 rftfrttlf
llritn nomlnntfftn for tho dffleo of
District Attorney for Jnrkion county,
Oregon, subject to (ha decision ot tho
reptibllMn party, at the snninry elec
tion to bo hold Mar 10, 1918.
Adr. CI. M. JlOHHIrtU
I hereby announce that I have filed
my dcehtrntton at Intentions, nnd that
I am a candidate for tho demoaratla
nomination for tho offlre ot district
attorney, subjeel to the May primar
ies. If I am nominated and elected
to this office. I promise not to forgot
tho fact that I am n public nerrnnt,
and thnt I will to tho best of my
ability administer tho affairs of tho
office, Impartially, honestly nnd
without foar or favor.
Adv. NtJWTON V. DOIIDEN
Tho first ot the year a number of
republicans, Including many who ap
proved of my efforts In tho Interest
of tho taxpacrs as stato rcprcnontn-
live lour ynrs ngo, requested mo to
beeomo n candidate for tho offlco Ot
District Attorney, Inasmuch as thcro
would be, in addition to tho rogular
duties ot tho crlmlunt and juvonllo
courts, new duties nnd conditions
confronting the offlco. Among theso
wero mentioned tho enforcement of
tho prohibition act, nnd tho likeli
hood of having to foreclose ninny tax
ileus, particularly thoso against tho
Southern Pacific land grant of noarly
half million ncres In Jackson county,
amounting to about $200,000.
My reply was Unit I would becomo
a candldiitu It tt woro generally de
sired rind tho race could bo mado
without assuming special obligation
to. any particular Individual, faction,
locality or Intercut.
Thorefore, after consulting person
ally or by letter severat hupdred men
nud women of nil occupations lit
nit parts ot tho county, believing
there Is a real doslre for my candi
dacy, I will bo a oandldato for tho
nomination of District Attornoy on
tho republican tlokot.
Adv. JOHN II. OAIIK1M.
I am a candidate for the offlro of
district attorney on tho democrat
ticket. Jf nominated and elected, I
shall servo the county as I have
served tho City ot Medford during
tho past throe years, during which
ttmo I havo been Its city attorney.
Adv. II. 11. M'CAIli:.
(1. A. (lai-ducr Is Itcpttbllciui Candi
date for County Clerk
I hereby announce my candidacy
for tho offlco ot county clork and If
nominated nnd elected will contlnuo
to glva my enttro time nnd attention
to tho duties thereof, conduct tho
offlco according to law ond glvo an
efficient, economical and buslness
Adv. ' G. A. GAIIDNI3R.
I boroby announco (tint I havo
filed my declaration of Intontlon to
becomo a candidate for tho republi
can nomination tor tho offlco of
county clerk, for Jncksou county,
Orogon, subject to tho decision ot tho
ropubllcnn pnrty lat tho primary elec
tion to bo held Mny 19. 191 C.
Adv. (Little) JOB II. WILSON.
I horoby ryinounco (hat I havo"
filed my declaration ot Intention to
becomo a candldnto for tho republi
can nomination for tho offlco of coun
ty clerk, for Jackson county, subject
to tho decision ot tho republican par
ty, at tho primary election to bo held
May 19, 1910.
Adv. A. X. JULDHimAND.
I horoby announco my candidacy
for the offlco of county assessor ot
Jackson county on tho republican
ticket, subject to tho primary on
MftV It) I nlmhrn tnvnnlf in nn
honest, cfflclont, Impartial and econ
omical dlhchiirgo or tho duties ot tho
offlco and propone to mnkn all nssoss.
ments upon tho basis ot tho truo
actual vnluo of tho property and not
upon any Inflated valuation,
Adv. GHOItOH LAUNSPACII.
1 horowlth announco my candidacy
for county nssessor, subject to tho
doclslon ot tho republican party at
tho primary election to be held Mny
19, 1910. It elected I pledge myself
to make n juat and oiiuitublo assess
ment and administer tho affairs ot
tho offloe In a busliioss-IIko rummer.
Adv. J. II. COLHMAN.
I hereby announce my candldsoy
for the democratic nomination for
tho office of assessor of Jackson
county, st tlie primary to be held
Mav lth. IBln. Have had thraa
yours' experience as deputy assessor.
AUV. I'M.Vr UALUVUN,
I hereby announce my candidacy
on the republican ticket for the of
fice of County School Superintend
ent for Jackson eounty, Orogon, sub
ject to Ike will of tho repuhlloan
party at the primary election May
19 I stand for practical sehool ef
ficiency, personal supervision of tho
schools and elimination of county
scli. ml supervisors.
Ad. fit ANCJS 0. SMITH.
To the veters: 1 am ropubllean
oandldato for eounty sohool super
intendent at the primary election,
May 10, 1916.
I am for supervision of tho schools
by tho suuorlutsndeiit and (or econ
omy In the eounty superintendent's
office and ovary place where It dees
not retard the efficiency ot the
I am In favor ot progrosslva educa
tion, that is, education that prepare
tho boy or girl for lire. I am for all
having a square deal and an equal
chance for an education.
If nominated and oloeted I will
do every thing In my powor to mako
tho sohools of Jackson county tho
bost In tho state.
Adv. A. J. 1IANUY,
I horeby announce that I hove
filed my declaration of Intentions,
and that I am a candidate tor the ro
publlean nomination for tho office of
County School Superintendent of
Jackson county, subject to the pri
maries of May 19.
If nominated and elected I pledge
myself to an honset. Impartial and
economic administration .and will
personally supervise our schools.
I hold an Oregon life oertlfleate,
and having recently spent four ses
sions nn prep.iratoiy vftirkO Imili In
the Unhvriity ut Oregon and In tho
slen, ami hrnrlng sweet ihe tblfnly
mull, Mill, ij-li'I& a.,, ,yt ,(,u lUIIKM
as rural sohool gtipeTVpMr fat M
Tears, I feel competent to fill (bo flf
flee In a thoroughly rnitlsfnatriry man
ner snd hsralr mfUli the mfifotl of
cvqry truo friend of curies I (on.
Adr. O. W. AOMtt,
I am n candidate for tho ropubll
cnn nomination tor County Sehool
Superintendent. I stand fer: A con
tinuance of progressive policies In
education, economy consistent with
efficiency, cqunl educational advan
tages for tho boy nnd girls on the
farms with those In the sllles and
If nomlnntcd nnd elected I will In
tho future, as In tho past, slvo my
full time nnd best efforts to tho
supervision of the schools and tho ad
ministration ot tho dutlos of the of
flco. During mv Incumbency I have
not confined mvsolt strictly to tho
routlno duties of tho offlco but have
taken n broader vlow ot tho mission
ot tho County School Superintendent.
In nddition to my efforts vo rntso the
standard ot teaching and Improvo tho
physical conditions nt school I havo
labored to promote the wo fare ot
tho bovs and girls through Industrial
clubs, school fairs, school credits for
homo work, parent-teachers circles,
spelling nnd nrlthmotla contents, and
other activities. I feel that my work
has been regarded with favor and In
order to contlnuo this work, I nm
asking for ro-oloctlon.
Adv, J. PIMICY WELLS.
FOU HUNT IIOtmiUCKKPIXG
FOR HUNT Three furnished house
keeping rooms, giouud floor, 220
South Grape. Phono 738-X. 312
I'Olt ItKXT FUltNIKIIKI) ,PT8.
KOIt HUNT- Apnrtiuotit foTronL
Tho llerbon, 10 Qulno St.
ro nuxx noxjsES
sleeping porches, oloctrlc heat, ev
erything up to date; gnntge, fine
lawn, roses, fruit and berries of nil
iklnds, furnished or unfurnished
S1G W. Jnokton St. C
KOU IUCNT Threo room furnished
houso at -til Woodstock St., rant
reasonable. Seo Dr. Scoly or J.
I'Olt HHNT 0-rooni modern bunga
low, range connected, vast front,
shndo. Tol 488-X.
fok HAiiiv tA-vinrrouK
FOU SALE Hiding horse, about
1000 lbs. 322 East I2lh st. 313
i-'on sale pouirnv and egos
?1; rockorcjs ?1. Krltscho, Itouto
2, Medford. 313
FOU SALE llarrcdilock oggs for
sotting $l.r.O for 15. Won first
cock and first pullet, at recent
show. Pnul Jannoy, It. F. D. 2,
Phono 11. 311
FOU 8ALE Puro bred II. P. Hock
ft. S. Hamburg eggs, $1.00 per 15.
Phono 138-J. 318
FOR SALE h'KKS from solocted
winter laying nnd prlzo winning
strain of S. C- Hhode Island Hods;
1 1 per setting. Mrs. C. S. Luminoy,
Central Point, It. It. 2. 318
FOU SALE Hatching eggs, day old
chicks, O. A. C. strain, from trap
nested, brcd-to-lay S. C. W. Leg
horns; egg production first, but I
also have quality. At So. Orog.
Poultry Show 1 won two firsts, ono
nccond and threo specials on six
birds outerad. W. J. Wnrnor, Med
ford. Phone C9G-M. 31C
FOIt HALF MinuniifiANKOUH
cheap, ulcu condition. 737 W. 1 Ith
FOU SALE Sawing machine, rug,
1 Iron crib; 1 mission crib. Phone
I'Olt SALE Ono Monarch gas water
heater, one una range, onu wood
inugu. 307 South Onkdnlo. 315
FOIt SALE Garage 18x10 sided and
painted, cheap. Phono Uy-M. Mud
turd House Movers. 311
FOU BALE Hay.
H. W. Ilarno-813
University of Califernia: In (ho stud
ef ffloitJrn educstlsn nnd rfusni-tl
FOU SALE Runabout In good con
dition; good tires; ft 75 If taken
within twu days. lux 25, care
Mall Triuuue. 813
FOU SALE Overland roadster. Boo
E. A. Hicks, Manager, Oregon
FOR SALE CHEAP Two iiowoow
boy saddles, new bugvy. "'t of new
single hamoss. Union Stables. 833
FOR SALE CHEAP Furniture aud
lease ou ruumUk house. Call at
Oxford Rooms. 283 West Main st
Phone 485-L. 311
FOU BALK UBAU RSTATU
KOH SALE Three aires excellent
laDd and a fine modem bungalow
having four rooms and a steeping
porch and good outbuildings, with
lu a mile of ike Medford til) llm
U. Terms reasonably. Inquire of
J. w. uerriuu, Medfoid Hank nidi
FOR SALE Uy owners, choice Rear
creek bottom land close to Med
ford, wRh olgbt year old fruit treon
applet and pears; also alfalfa
laud. Houses and lots for solo or
rent. Jaseph Taylor & Sou, Phone
WANTED- One or two eomforta,bly
furnished rooms and good board
for mother and daughter, close In.
Box30. Mall Tribune. 3
'JBSUS AS HUMAWW'S IDEA V'
by Her. J. T. Hunilorland, am oth
er Unltarlun literature sent froo to
inquirers. Address Mite Hazol
iiurioii i-euirHI roint, ( F ) Nn. I
1, Oregon. SHI
WAaTrslK ,fiilwnWWnn(sdBy work
-tin all hlftds. Ph6he IIB-J nffer
. m. 9
-JfiLffT 'C3LJ-fl VITIHM 3XO
FOIt HAI.tt or trdrto for bind, swott
brick building bringing ensh rent.
Ilox K, Mnll TrlhtfhA 311
WILL trado a handsome, thorough
lired female fox terrier, 7 months,
for female 8MU pup, or H. II.
IJrown, Route 1, Central Point. 31 1
FOU EXCHAN1r "Horse and slnciio
harness fer wood. Address PI 3
King st. 311
STRAYED Or stolen, from my cor
ral. Saturday night, March 18,
1916, one dark bay moro, weight
about 1200 lbs, loft eyo partly
closed, seemingly sore, ono bind
hoof split or has soam down cento,
iwna unshod. Had halter on with
lettor R cut on side with pocket
knife. Has habit of holding up
front fcot as It they wero soro.
(Howard for Information or return
to It. L. Sinclair. GU Falrvlow 8t .
Ashland. Oregon. 311
MONEY TO IOAN
TO LOAN $1000 on Improved ranch
Holmes tho Insuranco Man,
LAHER AUTO SPRING CO. We
nro operating tho largest, oldest
nnd bost equipped plant In tho Pa
ctflc northwest. Uso our springs
when othera fall. Sold undor guar
sntoo. 26 North Fifteenth St,
OEO. W. CHERRY Attorney and
Notary, Rooms 9-10, Jncksou Coun
ty Hnnk Uulldlng, ontrnuco N.
Control, Medford, Ore. ,
PORTER J.NEKF Attornoy nt law,
rooms 8 and 9, Medford National
A. E. REAME8, LAWYER Garnett
G. M. ROBERTS Lawyor.
Medford National Dank Building.
Dr. W. M. VAN SCOYOO
DR. O. O. VAN SCOYOG
Garnett-Corcy llldg., ultel 810
Medforn, Oro, Phono 8C6.
Collections and Reports
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS We
collected some accounts 14 yean
old. Wo know how to got the
money. Tho Uuilock Mercantile
Agency. Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 3 lis
kins' llldg., 216 E. Malnst
Engineer and Contractor
FRED' K CUMMl'NOfrSnglnoor anc
contractor, 404 M. F. & 11. Dldg
Surveys,, estimates, Irrlgatloc
dralnago, orchard and land Im
EARL S. TUMY General Insurance
oruco. laro, Auiomouno, Accident,
Liability, Plato Glass, Contract,
and Surety Ilonds. Excollont com.
panics, good local sorvlco. No.
210 Garnett-Coroy Dldg,
Instruction In Munlo
FRED ALTON HAiailT, teacher of
piano nud harmony. Composer
nnd arranger ot music. Halght
Muslo Studio, 401 Gurnett-Coroy
GAHIJAOE Got your premises
cioanod up for tho summon Call
on the city garbage wagons for
good sorvlco. Phono 274-L. JT,
Pliyslclnn ami nurgeons
OIL "fC "(I." C AiVlOW, DTL EVA
MAINS CARLOW Osteopathia
physicians, 416-417 Garnett-Corey
bldg., phono 1036-L, Residence
26 South Laurel st.
DR. W. W. 1QWAllD Osteopath!
physician, 303 aarnott-Corey
building. Phono 130.
DR. J. J. EM MENS Physician and
surgeon. Practlco limited to eye,
ear, noso nnd throat. Eyes scien
tifically tosted and glassos sup
plied. Oculist and Aurlst for S. P.
R. It. Co. Offices M. F. & H. Co.
bldg., opposlto P. O. Phono 567,
DR. R. W. CLANCY Physician and
surgeon Phonos, office 36, rest
dense 724-J. Office hours, 10 te
12, 2 to 6.
DR. MARTIN C. UAUI1BU Physi
cian and surgeon. Offlco Palm
block, opposite Nash hotel. Hours
10 to if, 1 to 4. Phone 110-J.
OORpON MAC CRACKEN. M. D,-
Hottoepathlo Physician, Burgeon,
IIS Bast Main St., Medford, Ore
gon. Office phone 142. residence
phtme 78a-Rx. Office hours 1 to
4 p. in.
Printers aud Publlkliers
MEDFORD PRINTljJO CO.. baa h$
beet equipped printing offlco in
couthera Oregen: book binding
loose leftf ledKora, billing syatoms
eto. Portland prlcos. 27 Nortb
BADS TRANSFER & STORAGE CO
Offlco 42 North Front st. Phons
315. Prices right. Serrlco guar
SINfjER SOWING MACHINES FOJ
SALE OR niv.NT Some waod nu
chlnee nlso for sale. Cleaning and
repairing. Haldwln Piano for sale
from fartory to customer RohI
ronco 375 so. Cyutrul, Phouo 3V0,