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OLD HILL NUGGETS !
Master Vnel Holing i flrtirAtl In
tilth btrfnitav iiv hvm psm
fhmdar afternoon im Utile friend
fWnttlden' to invitation, one litfln
fftand wrmln tip the hill trudging
titttr IN lftt of fit presairt,
whitn ffM charming pan.
Btff. M)WMM ipOSt ilM flNf nSft
at ItM n M rrtnt m Ortt
JfFg. LatHU Owaws' pttffrtin in tiw
ttHftas Mondav evening 1 both In
IfgtMHf and InstnMtrvntbe iIMm
f CnHtorrta wIM flawart twin ea
jnjvtnfr? valuable 10 tk school ehll
tlfii. Professor Xltani tu alto very
tHarlfttntng wRJi hia Joshes and
Mr.' and Mrs. Luke Jennings left
afsWiagr on No. 18 for Oatman, Arl
iatw whera that aspect to make
tnair fttlorn herna. Tnay will be
greatly mlnsad by a hotl of frlenda.
Ante are becoming very popular
In (fold Mill, new anas being added
esntlniiHlly. Thli week It la W. K.
Walker burin a Ford and W. W.
'Truax an Overland.
Mr. Ivan Simon loft Sunday eve
fbr a visit with lior parents at Ilftlav
lioro. Mom Hall loft Monday for Ari
zona, Luwronco Cnrdwoll went to north
ern California tho flrat of the weak,
accompanying lit frlonds, Mr. and
Mrs. Jonnlnga, that far. Ha re
turned on train No. IB that night.
Mlaa Mnrguorlto Wharton roturtied
Tuesdny morning from Ashland,
whuro she had been to visit Mlaa
Mnry Young, tho latter part of last
weok, nnd to assist In a recital Riven
by that popular music teacher tho
Messrs. A. E. Kellogg, Rert Kel
logg, H. II. Mooro and Italpli Darl
ing motored to Med ford anil Jark
fonvlllo Monday on legal business.
Mrs. Ada Illakely returned to her
homo In Medford, after spending a
fnw days with her paronta, Mr. and
Mrs. Gcorgo McClollon, at this placo.
'Mrs. Isora llodgoa returned to Ash
hind Sunday afternoon, also Mlaa
Rornlce Myors, who had boon visit
ing with relatlvos and frlonds In thl
Mnrtln D. Rowers wont to Med-
ford TuiMHlay to meet 'his father
Denton Ilowurs. at that place and
trananct logol buslnoss.
Tho Junior League had an apple
Idoasom party In the M. K. churoh
Saturday evening, which waa a bril
liant affair. (Iiunea were tho order
of the evening, followed by a dainty
Mr. Wettleador of (flendale. was
In Cold Hill Tuoaday on buslnoes.
W. W. Truax waa a business visi
tor at tho county seat Monday.
Monday overling the third count on
tho piano contest was made. It. II.
Mbore and C. 11. Price aeted as the
judges. The result waa: Pearl
Shanks. 13.402 H; Margaret Lyman.
J 1.800; Tyyna Lyman, 18.225: Letay
I lodges, 10,760; Dolores Kelsey,
S.Stft: Agnes Fllppen. 7.325; Hasel
Knolls, fl.t50; Mrs. Esther Heed,
0,090; Oladya Haymond. 4.UU0. Tho
piano, which la the flrat prise. Is
now on display at the llowers Phar
maey. A. 15. Ilamber, a former resident
of this city and district, was In town
the lattor part of last week for sev
eral days renewing old acquaintance
and attending to mining business.
.1. F. 11 oss and J. F. Faear, civil
engineer for tho Southern Pacific
ware In town last Friday. Mr. Hos
was accompanied by his wife.
Interest was manifested the latUr,
part of last week and the first t,
this In the taking of wild animal,
movies near Gold Hill. Jim McTlm i
m Ins Is putting en the films (for thr
benefit of tenderfwt ) . Future of
climbing a tree to a spitting 1M
oat, a growling boar and the like,
where he throws a rope around the'
' animal and It la lowered out of t x
tree to the ground, several mop--ropes
are put on it to hold it and
then "hog tied." Pictures aluo of
ooons, foxes and other wild animal
were taken In their natural Mir I
rounding. John II. Hammer-1 - i
and his famous "bar" dogs fiurr'
in nearly all f the hunting and
chatting scenes, which appear befort
the trying and tlelng picture.
&iaiaiia Brown and Allen of '
Grants Pass, visited In Gold Hill
Monday, coming by auto.
The Junior-senior play laat FrMa
waning in the opera bouse wsb wn
mnch of a aueoeaa In all as. Thr
attondauee waa good bat the at tint:
was excellent, everyone can Mm;
tholr part throagk perfectly Alo
tho music nd reading between the
acts was of the bU. The pUy .
thro-ct comedy entitled, "lhe -sonic
Rio, or th AdTestur.s of o
The ball .-am with the Mrdoid
team resulted In o ttoit t,i 4 to 2,
the game being called io the elil
Inning n account of rain a.-1 wlr.rt
TbU Is .the local lioy' weooJ
gam this season, the previous week
having trimmed Bagle Point, 6-1, on
Katie. Iolnl'a grounda. They ftre
3 expoeting roturn gamo at Medford
Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman, of the Ta
SJt Ick district. re In GolHIll
I'll r , I. , . .
HeYrMl rtlfo(i n flo'd Hllllle I II S
-nt i,, Z-, ,rf rnnnia.T Tf- l.U II
n io iftf Mftlean MXlHm f
trt.m Mmiaak. ak. ki nmi ill
roMtaffttf servleiHi 0 fllnf pmt fff
Ifca fhrtglfan rhtmh.
b. O. Walker spent fhtnelay Witt
fflW4a M thta tiM. tHtm" M
la mpmt tn Ofirt nmand rJt
tp haw otwaatvfiatTy tWmtmft.
ftglph Narllnt waa In tturfktM
flaturrfav nti baslMM.
A. .1. Manor, fSftifftfflte for MnMf
Nhaol siipwiMMdem a taa ftptb
Item ticket waa la MM Wtt- Mat
Masxtay the Oeld ftffl aolMwta ra.
eelved the besuttfal trapay aap
which they won In tae eotMty pafl
lag contest. J. Percy Walla, eonaty
school saperlatendwnt, praatttlad H
and highly eomptlnxtatad aad oaw
gratnlated the local acboal la winning
so flat a prise.
W. L. Van Houten wm a Oranta
Pasa daalnass visitor Tnaaday.
The manager of the Com we theater
Is being complimented dally on the
gratt of pictures now being ahown.
Last Saturday night a goodly crowd
turned out for "Fantaama," and he
says that nest Saturday he will hav
"Tho Count of Monte Crlsto," n
photoplay taken from the famous
book by that namu.
The members of the Odd Follows
lodge and frlenda of this district held
their annual picnic in a grove south
of town last Saturday. A Inrge num
ber turned out and everybody en
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wwftS A, TwUfrf awtif, fftlttoll
far aaTsaBTafratar, orawr aavawisniaa
gmMiatfalot. ertftf aafalttfwt an-
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Hf i , pn - t '
flu'i'Iirrtl I' l '
'"" ihnlf million a '
M . fplv wii ' '
cdlKl'il ite If II
fttlfftr t. Ifaram awtats, Mtwtla
sfffv www' iviiivh i
At a nwatlag at Oraajm Cagap St.
. W. O W a vata of faaaks was
exiaadod ta all who, by potronai
ar atharwiaa eontrlbotod to ilia do
nation snpar anrf daaca glvwn by
Oregon camp far taa baaaflt af
Neighbor R B. Foneth. la making It
a financial success.
Phoenix. Oregon, April 15. 11.
F. B. FURRT.
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dune n, m'nrr nil 1t
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Ir.K oi (iiinlr, "nlijefl M th pfl
ninrles of M l
If nnmtnaterl and aferfaff piedga
i i .-if i.. an ,..n'i ImpirMn' e4
crniKinilr a InilliNf 'Sllun and M1
rrt rtrtf m p iwrntai
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M ir MeitMeil
l li . -i 'tin
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i n ' '"ill lt"if
Alrt lintM fof tll
t nm i cutiillilii'o fur Hie nofilnfi
ilrM nd the rnr eonld he made Hon "f hrlff on tho republican ji,r"in" nparvle our achooW
Without aaa-t'filiig unrclsl nMIatlon ticket to he voted for nt the prltnarle t hoM an Orrann Ufa eofllfleai,
to any paftlcnlur individual, faction, Mav l. I1IH If non'lnated and and hsvlng rerenMr n.nf font
meallt v ar Interoiif alerted t will enforce the inw andalon on preparatory wnrk, hoia In
TharofofSk after conotittlna naraon-' alva the public an honest. Impartial
ftttv ar at kmer several hundred man ;MM fflctwat administration.
of all orenpatiana la ST years m .racnaon etmnir.
ff fMrfff 0i tli rountv helleflBg Adt,
laerw la a fal d"ire for mv candi
dacy, I win be a iitndldafa for (ha
Baminatlon af nistrlct Attoraay on
tM rwfraalltnn ticket.
AdT. JOHN W CARJUM.
Medford IWioitoia Smoko
The Medford and Mt. Pitt Cigars.
Xotlw to Ointrnctora
Saalad proposals, addressed to the
undersigned at .lacksouvllle. Oregon,
and endorsed "Healed Hide for Re
pairing Hoad " for repairing a county
roal etwen Meutora nnu jacKaon
vllle, Oregon, in accordance with the
plana and specifications on file hrthe
county surveyor's offlco, over the
Medford National bank building,
M ml ford. Oregon, will bo recolved
and (lied until 10 a. in.. May 12.
mo, and at that time tho county
court will publicly open and read all
Kach bidder shall bo required lo
iletioslt with hla bid flvo per cent of
Old and young the amount or ins mil, wnicn nnau
joined In the various
Reiiortod by Jackeou County Ab
tract Co.. Sixth and Fir 8U.
ltoMl Ketnli Tiiuiafers.
Jasper N. Miller to Pine Melt
Hanking Co., land In 27-31-215
Hirmuu Doubleday ot ux to
Lucaa Ilaaaett, lot 2, blk 23,
North Illuff Add llutte Falls
W. A. Ilarrell to C. M. Sand-
linrg, mining property . ..
II. O. McGee et ux to 15. L.
Gllea. land In 35-XW
1 t.A rnHr,.liAit it ihn nnitifv In rniio
tho award Is made to him, nnd If he
falls, neglects or refuses, for a per
iod of 10 days nftor such nwnrd Is
made, to enter Into a contract ami
rile bis bond In the manner required
by and to tho satisfaction of the
A corporate surety bond win uo re
quired for the faithful performance
of the contract In a sum equal to
one-half of the total amount of the
The county court reserves the right
to reject any or all bids, or to ac
cept the proposal deemed best for
Dated this lSth day of April. 1910.
(I. A. (JAUDNIilt.
County Clerk, Jacksonville, Ore.
D. Hodgson vs. A. F. Ilorkloy,
action to recover money.
Mrs.o L. 11. Parker vs. S. T. How
ard ot'al, suit to declare a dead, h
mortgage and to foreclose.
I). 1). Hall vs. Patrick II. Keegan
ot al, certificate of attachment.
V. I). Hodgson et al vs. A..F.
Ilerkley. certificate of attachment.
J. C. IlrooRs vs. William lSlllsoh
ot ux, satisfaction of Judgment.
ISmeot F. Guthrie va. T. S. Hutch
Ings Jt al, answer of defendant.
'Nettle Wllllama r. F. . Wllllama.
Itoy Mlllott vs. Haael Klllott, de
cree. Big Pines Lumber Co. va. P. C.
Donovan, order of publication.
I am a eaadldate for tha office or
district attorney on the democrat
ticket. If nominated aad elected, 1
hall serve the oonnty aa I have
aarrad tha City ot Medford daring
the past three ears. during which
time I have been Its city attorney.
Adv. B. R. M'CABH.
O. A. flnrdner l ltepiilitlcnn Cnndl
lnto for County Clerk
I hereby announce my candidacy
for tho offlco of rounty clerk nnd If
nominated and elected will continue
to give my entire time and attention
to tho duties thereof, conduct tho
office according to law nnd glvo an
efficient, economical nnd business
Adv. G. A. GAItDNBR.
1 herehr anmmnie mv candidacy
far the repiiMlran nomlnntloa for
Sheriff, to be voted on at the coming
primaries. May 19th, ltlfl.
I feel that I need no Introduction
lo the pnblls. having bean a resident
of Jackson county for l years.
1 pledge myself. If elected, to give
an Impartial, economical and con
servative administration of this Im
T have endeavored to serve the
public faithfully in the past and
agree, If elected, to strictly and
Impartially enforce all laws. Having
a very large atperience In tho mat
ters of taxation and knowing Jack
son county thoroughly, I pledge my
self to conduct the tax collection
branch of the office In such a manner
aa to serve the taxpayers honestly,
promptly and efficiently.
Adv. w. T. UIUICVK.
I hereby announco that I hnvo
filed my declaration of Intention to
bocomo n candidate tor tho republi
can nomination for tho office of coun
ty clork, for Jackson county, aubjoct
to tho decision of the ropubllcnn par
ty, at tho primary election to bo bold
Mny 19, 1910.
Adv. A. N. HILDRDRAND.
I hereby announce my cnndldncy
for tho offlco of county nssessor ot
Jackson county on tho republican
ticket, Biihjcct to tho primary on
May 19. I plodge myself to nn
honest, efflolent, Impartial nnd econ
omical dlschnrge or tho duties of the
offlco nnd propose to makn all assess
monta upon the basis of the true
actual value ot the property nnd not
upon any Inflated valuation.
Adv. GKOIUIE LAIJNSPAOH.
the University of Oregon and Iff tha
University of California la the study
af modem education and aatarW
slon. and having ervi1 the connfv
as rural prhool iiprvt'or for two
venrs, I feel eomnetnnt to fill the of
fice In a thorongtilr satisfactory man
ner and herehv solicit the support af
vary true friend of edncallan.
Adv. a. w. AQBR.
v-t,TP!l-PK'rt . rf"
WAVTF.n W-k f,-av
pin hiarhsfnlth hop
5(CWllfr t) UJAil
I hereby announce that I havo filed
my doelnrntlon or Intention to become
n onndldato for tho republican nom
ination for tha offlco ot roprosentn
tlvo subject to tho decision of tho re
publican party at tho coming primary
Adv. C. M. THOMAS.
I am a candidate for the republican
nomination for Joint representative
from tho district comprising iJoiig
las and Jackson counties subject to
the primary In May. If nomlnatod
and oloctod 1 will serve the people of
the district to the best of my ability.
Adv. W. H. OOHK.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the nomination for representa
tive from Jackson county on tho re
publican ticket, subject to tho pri
mary on May 19. I pledge myself for
economy and a aquare deal for all.
Adv. UKNTON ROWICRS.
I herewith announco my candidacy
for county assessor, aubjoct to tho
decision of the republican partv nt
the primary election to be hold Mny
19, 1910. If elected I pledge tnysolf
to mnke a Just and oqultnble asioss
mont nnd administer tho affairs ot
the offlco In n buslnou-llke mnnnor.
Adv. J. II. COLEMAN.
T am a candidate for tho republi
can nomination of sheriff of Jackson
county, subject to the primary, May
I havo lived In Jackson county
twelve years, nmde the race for the
nomination for sheriff two yonrs ago
and received n splendid vote deaplto
tho unusunl conditions 1 had to op
pose and would npproclnto your sup
port this time.
If olocted I will onforce nil laws
nnd pledge myself to an economical,
Impartial nnd conservative adminis
tration. Adv. A. W. WALKI3R.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for tho nomination for shorlff on tho
democratic ticket, subject tn tlm will
of tho voters nt the primary to bo
held Mav 10. 1910. I mn n native
son of Jackson county nnd my en
tire past llfo Is subject to your Inves
tigation. KAi.l'li u. jie.N.-Ninua.
I am a enatflOate for the rapnbll
can nomination for County School
SnparlntandaMt. I stand fer: A eon
tlnnanee of progressive policies la
education, aeonomv consistent with
efficiency, equal educational advan
tages for tho boys nnd girts on tho
farms with those In the cltlea and
If nominated and elected I will In
the future, aa In the nasi, glvo ray
full time nnd best efforts tn the
supervision of the schools nnd tho ad
ministration, of tho duties of tho of
fice. During mv Incumbency I havo
not confined mvself strlctlv to tho
routlno duties of tho office but have
taken a broader view of the mission
of the County School Superintendent.
In addition to my efforts w rnlso tho
standard of teaching mid improve tho
physical conditions nt school I nave
labored to promote tho welfnro of
tho boys nnd girls through Industrial
clubs, school fnlrs. school crodtts for
homo work, parcnt-tenchers circles,
spelling nnd nrlthmetlc contests, nnd
other activities, 1 fenl that my work
has boen regarded with favor and In
order to contlnuo this work, I nm
nuking for ro-olectlnn.
Adv. J. IMJRCY WELLS.
FOR IM3NT TTOCBKS
FOR RKNT 5-room modem bunga
low, garden, lawn shade, flue wa
ter. S20 W. 12th. 30
Monf.T TO LOAM - On Improvatl
city mercantile prapertr MrfaHjr
TolOAM--$lMc" an Improved ranch
Hainan the lnearasce Man.
- -s rrrl
FOUND Thars has bam returned to
this effiaa an heir-loam brae let.
which waa advartiaasl far. Owner
Plaasa call for same. 25
LOST One right hand tan kid glove.
Flndar plaaaa leave at Mall Tri
I hereby nnnounco my candidacy
for tho democratic nomination for
tho offlco of assessor of Jackson
county, nt the prlmnry to he held
Mny 19th, 1910. Havo had thruo
yonrs' oxperlonre ah deputy nssossor.
Adv. CLINT GALLATIN.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for tho democratic nomlnntlon for
sheriff to be voted on ai tun coming
primaries, May 19. 1910. I havo
served the city ot Medford as chief or
police for over five years and during
that time served under four different
mayors. I pledge myself, If nomi
nated and elected, to servo tho publlo
nnd do my duty ns sheriff at all
tlmos, and give the public nil honest
nnd Impartlnl administration.
Adv. J. F. H1TTSON.
1 hereby announce that I nm n
candidate for county assessor for
Jackson county, Oregon, on the ro
publlcnn ticket, subject to tha pri
maries to he held May 19, 1 9 1 . My
platferm: ICconomy, oquallty and
efficiency. J. C. HI6IIRING.
FOR RKNT FURNISHKD AITS.
FOR RUNT Apartment for root.
The llorbon, 10 Qulno 8L
FOR 8 A LIS -One light orchard toam,
harness and wagon. Jersey cow,
A-l Milwaukee mower, self dump
McCormurk rake, slngln horse cul
tivator, light two-seated spring
wagon, canopy top buggy. Mrs. D.
M. McNaaser, Contral Point, Phone.
LAIIKR AUTO BPRINO CO. Wo
are operating tho largest, oldest
and best equipped plnnt In tho Pa
cific northwest. Uso our springs
when others fall. Sold under guar
antee 20 North Flftoonth St.,
J. ' I I u. ST. LI 'II ' SS3
QUO. W. CHERRY Attorney nnd.
Notary, Rooms 9-10, Jnckson Coun
ty Hank Hultdlng, ontmnco N.
Contral, Medford, Oro.
PORTER J. NEFF Attornoy at law.
rooms 3 and 9, Medford National
A. E. RUAMES, LAWTER anrnett
G. M. R0HBRT8 Lawyer.
Medford Rational Dank Building.
j 0 3 I'TaiTnT'wiii ' rfbil
h JL,aJLmi -?WnwllP ftewNrtuaeERJ
nil Al. i
9 Gasnot m
gMg a mixture m
Jaf?lWjrj55i Utnleii e"ry- HK!
fBjHwK' whcie snd st wwa
BxnfiP'JBu SfiviteSutlom fWt
K Staeaard Oil n
KSroySJI (ol-.4) iffiR
iiKTflK saSs csfsl
-IjaPPBPvS wfwSltf-' "77Ma
The records of the county clerk at
this time show a saving of $4560.00
In the administration of this office
as compared with the previous term.
This has been accomplished by trans
acting the same amount ot business
before grand Juries In one day that
has formerly required five or six
days, aud by eliminating many petty
matters, and without any sacrifice to
law enforcement in the county. I
feel that this saving and my exper
ience entitles me to n second term.
1 am therefore a candidate for re
election to the office of district attor
ney. H. K. KELLY.
V.e u.ve sti'ial in'tiCi8 for fur
nished hou'-m If Mm li'' one that
oj would unt caU t up. we '
rcrt it for ou
Bennett Investment (,o.
Hear XitMP. Joni, ftonraty, iouur-flnco.
I hereby announce that I have
filed my declaration ot intention to
become a candidate for the repub
lican nomination for the offlco of
District Attorney for Jackson county,
Oregon, subject to tha decision of the
republican party, at the primary olee
tln to be held May 19, 1918
Adv. O. M. ROUHRTS.
I hereby announce that I have filed
my declaration of Intentions, and that
l am a candldara for thvi democratic
nomination for the office of district
attorney, subject to the May primar
ies If I am nominated and elected
to this office. I promise not lo forget
the fact that I am a public servant,
and that 1 will to the beat or my
ntUlty administer the affairs of the
office, Impartially, benestly and
without fear or favor.
Adv. NEWTON W. BORDEN
Thf first of the year a number of
rr-Hiiiii.Hiis, Including many who ap
tred of my efforts tn the interest
r the taxpayers as state representa
tive four years ago. requested me to
i .tome a candidate tor the office of
In-trjct Attorney, Inasmuch as there
no-iid be, in addition to the regular
dutlis or the criminal and Juvenile
ourts. neiv duties and coudltlons
rdnfiontlnK the office. Among these
ere n.antloned the enforcement ot
tH urolitMtlon art. aad tbs llkell-
h i i i i mi ! 'J
Candidate for countv assessor at
republican primary election, May 19,
1910. Three years experience cleri
cal work making up assessment rolls
and extending tax rolls, township 29
aud SO North, Range -i West, state
of Michigan. Three years assessor
and member or county board of su
pervisors, olsego county, Michigan,
Six years dt-puty assessor In Jackson
county, Oregon. If elected, practical
experience, common sense and busi
ness Judgment will be exercised In
making aiteaaments. Fictitious,
boom valuations will not be permit
ted. The groatest possible accuracy
and eoonomv In Held and office work
will be rigidly enforced. The most
efficient administration that exper
ience, education aud capability can
exact, In every department of this
Important office, will bo effected.
Fair and courteous treatment extend-,
ed to all taxpayers. Integrity of
purpose the governing factor. Your
support solicited! W. W. TRUAX.
i . t
I have heretofore formally an
nounced mv candidacy for the nomi
nation for tiherlff on the republican
ticket to be voted upor at the cum
in urtmarv election. Mar lit. 1916.
I have b Id the position or deputy
sheriff during the past four years. It
Is unanlmouHly conceded that a mark
ed Improvement has ueen made In
all departments ot tne snenri s or
flea during the Incumbency of the
present sheriff, tha records lu the of
fice at the tieglnnlng at the present
administration were considered the
worst In the state they are now
considered equal to any and better
The work ot tax collection has been
systematized so that quicker and bat
ter service is now being rendered,
and taxes collected at a much less
coat than heretofore.
I am fully couversant with the du.
ties and net-rig ot the office for which
If I am nominated and elected I
1st To maintain the office In Its
present effiiint condition
2nd - To endeavor to further 1m-
Deputy County Treasurer Myrtle
W. nlakolov nnnolinces her candidacy
for the ofrice of county treasurer.
I horeby announce m candidacy
on tho republican ticket for the of
flco ot county treasurer, to be votod
on at the coming prlmnrlon. I have
held the position aa deputy In this
offlco for tlm past yoar aud nm con
fident that I can fulfill inn mums
I sorvod two years as deputy coun
ty recorder before taking tho posi
tion ns deputy county treasurer; I
have nlso bad experience as account
ant for several corporations, such as
the Medford Concrete Construction
oompany and Medford Ice and Stor
age Company, before taking up coun
ty work, and will say that my past
record la open for Inspection to tho
voters of Jackson county.
If nominated and elected I will run
the office without the expense of a
deputy and continue to serve the pub
lic Just aa efficient lu tho futuru m
I have In the past.
Adv. MYRTLE W. OLAKELEY.
FOR SALE 7(1 hand of high grade
Angoras and this spring's crop of
kids, does and buck from the fa
mous HIilriHll band. Prlco S275.
Phone Prospect, Cluudo Monro,
Persist, Oro. tl
I hereby announce that I havo filed
my declaration of Intention tn bo-
come a candidate tor tne repuunoan
nomination for the office or county
treasurer, to be voted on In the com
It I am nominated and olocted will
conduct tha office In an efficient and
Adv. ROY L. MAULK.
FOR SALE Four or 5 Jorsoy oowa.
three Jersey calves, one Jersey bull
will sell or exchange for second
hand Ford car. M. Marshall, Con
tra! Point. 2,0
FOR SALE Fresh milk goats at re
duced rates, Mrs. L. Dusenbury.
FOR BALK JIMUIMjIjAIYKOUH
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS Wo
collected soiuo accounts 14 yoara
old. Wo know how to got the
money. Tho Uuiiock Morcantllo
Agency, Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 3, Hat
kins' llldg., 218 E. Main st.
Dr. W. M. VAN SCOYOO
DR. O. O. VAN SCOYOO
Gnrnott-Coroy llldg., til to
Medford, Oro. Phono 8CC.
Collections nnd Reports
FOR 8 ALIO Twin cylinder Morkel
motorcycle In good condition, at
a bargain. Walker's Oarage. 27
FOR SALE Waetern corn In bulk,
$.18 per ton. Bring your aacka
with you. Central Point Packing
FOR SALE Good refrigerator cheap.
Phone 393-11. 27
FOR SALE -Hays' l-horse spray
rig, complete, good as new; cheap
for cash. Also Iron frame ball
bearing Davenport wagon. Box T.
E. Mall Tribune. . 17
FOR SALE Bell your 8. A H. Green
Trading stamps. 1 100 N. W. Bank
llldg, Portland. -17
To.Vn it i ' cia with extra
u(! uiiil.lliii.-o, i.nd a pumping plant.
:;:, acre floe alfalfa, nralu or tardea
laud, '. acres dandy younc pdar, dose
to school and town. A real snap,
' A 10-acre tract, very sightly, close
to Medford; buildings for raising
joijii chhkeuj Priced way down.
80 ocre Bear Croek bottom, 70
of res in cultivation, alfalfa, fruit aad
grain, easily irrigated. Leas than
I mtiea from Medford. ;6iUv cash,
Ona of tha beat bays In Jackaon
eouaty. Say whan aad I will show
Jl C. BARNES
102 Weet Mala St. Phone 799
I hereby announce that 1 nm a can
didate for the nomination of pounty
treasurer for Jsekson county, Oregon,
on the republican ticket tn he voted
for at the primary election to be hold
May 19, 1916.
I formerly held the office of oonnty
treasurer and believe 1 gave genoral
satisfaction to the public.
During the time I was eounty treas
urer the eounty employed expert ac
countants to expert the county offi
cers' books aud said experts compli
mented my work very highly aa a
If nominated and elected I shall
endeavor to conduct the affairs of the
office in an honest, efficient and business-like
Adv. JA8. M. CRONEMILLRR.
FOR SALE Grain or
FOR SALkV Piano, mahogany eaae,
bargain, cash or terms. SIC N.
FOR SALE Oood range cheap, and
some furniture. 208 North Roose
DR. FRANIC ROBERTS- Dentlnt.
M. F. A 11. llldg. Office Knurs
S:30to Vi;J to 5. Phone C07-R.
Engineer nnd Contractor
contractor, 404 M. F. & 11. Bldg.
Surveys,, cotlmatos, irrigation
drnlnngo, orchard and land Improvement.
EARL S. TUMY Genoral Insurance
office, Flro, Automobllo, Accident,
Liability, Plate Glass, .Contract,
nnd Surety Bonds. Excollont com
panies, good local sorvlco. No.
210 Garuett-Corey Bldg.
Instruction In Mimic
PRKD""Al7rbN TlAIGHt, teacher ot
piano and hnrraony. Composer
uud itrrangor of music. Ilalght
Muslo Studio, 401 Gamctt-Coroy
iTlTsS HEINE Teacher of Vlolltiu
7111810 furnished for all occasions.
Prices reasonable. Studio 1121 E,
Main St., Phone 303-J2.
FOR SALE Saed corn aad grain
hay; also pasture. Phone 591-JS.
c. W. Isaacs.
FOR SALE Seat cevers: one man
tops at A. D. Little Top Works,
100 N. Front at., naar 8. P. station.
I hereby announce my candidacy
on the republican ticket for the of
fice of County School Superintend
ent for Jackson county, Oregon, sub
ject to the will of tha republican
party at the primary election May
II. I stand for practical school ef
ficiency, persom1 supervision of the
schools aad elimination of eounty
Adt. FRANOIS C. SMITH.
Tn the veteri: I am republican
candidate for county aeheol super
intendent at tho primary election,
May It, 1916.
I am for auirlaIea of tha schools
by the superintendent -and for econ
omy In the county puperlntendeat'a
office and 6wry piece where It doae
not retaYd tha efficiency af tha
I am In favor of progressiva educa
tion, that Is, education that preparea
the boy or girl for life. I am for all
having a square deal and aa equal
ehanea for an education.
If nominated aad elected I will
do evenr thing In my power to make
tha schools of Jaakaon oonnty tho
boat in the stata.
Adr. A. J. UANHY.
I hereby aaaonaao that I have
filed my declaration of Intention,
and that I am a candidate for tha re-
FOR SALE Overland roadatnr. Sea
E. A. I licks, Manager, Oregon
FOR SALIC POULTRY AND IU3G8
iibh a, i atiBS
FOR SALE - Thoroughbred Mam
moth ltronzo turkey eggs, fimt
iitii, 2 .'.c: Necond, 20v each. Winn,
Wellen. Ore 30
FOR SALE -Prise winning light
Brahma birds and eggs. Phoue
or write C. Carey, Taleut, Ore.
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED- -Agenta, ineu and women.
For particulars call at 32: S. lv
st , Medford, Ore., 10 a. m. to a
P. m. 29
HELP WANTED -Man and wife for
aiu'h work, wife to do cooking
HELP WANTED 1'IUI ALU
Gar tin go
GARBAGE Get your premises
cleanod up for the summer. Call
on the city garbage wngona tor
good service. Phono 274-L. F.
Physicians nnd tturgeons
OR? F. G. CARLOW, DR, HVA
MAINS CARLOW Osteopathic
physicians, 416-417 Oarnott-Corey
bldg., phone 102-L. Rcsldcnco
26 South Laurel st.
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopathic
physician, 303 Oarnott-Corey
building. Phone 130.
DR. J. J. KM.MBN8 Physician and
surgeon. Practice Ilmltod to eyo,
ear, nose aad throat. Eyes uclen
titlcally tested and glasses sup
plied. Oculist and Aurlst for S. P.
H. R. Co. Offlco M. F. & II. Co.
bldg., opposite P. O. Phone CG7.
DR. R. W. CLANCY Physician and
surgeon Phones, offlco 36, resi
dence 724-J. Office hours, 10 ta
12, S to B.
DR. MARTIN C. BARBER Physl
elan and surgeon. Offlco Palm
block, opposite Nash hotel. Hours
10 to 13, 1 to 4. Phono U0-J.
WANTED-Young girl to take cure
of children and assist la hounc
work. Apply Box E, Mail Tri
WA NTED Woman 30 for dlstrlbut
Ing freo skelus Wear-Proof darn
lug eoitoa with hosiery, your sec
tion. Exporianca uaaaaaaaary. la
ter national Mills, dapt 700, Nor
Iratewn, Pa. 42
WANTED First class femala cook
for ranch work. Apply by latter
Bos 40, Stall Trlbuna. 20
Printurs und Publishers
M jiuVoRD PR1NTINO 00., haa the
boat equipped panting otilse In
southern Oregou; book binding,
loose loaf ledgers, hilling systems,
ate. Portland prices. 27 North
Fir jt ra-
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BADS TRANSFER & BTORAGJn CO.
Office 41 North Frunt at. Phone
310. Pricee right. Sarvlse guar
SINOER SMW1NO MACHINES FOU
SALS OK 1UBNT Some used ma
chines also (or sale. Cleaning and
repairing. Baldwin Piano for sale
trow facta to ottatnmer. Real
reuoe 240 So, Control. Phono 390.