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MEDFOTW lUtm TI-IBUtfE, 7rRDFORD, OttEClOX, MONDAY, MAY 13, 1010
ASHLAND AND UNITY
Tho tvventv-flfth annual gradua
tion exercises of the Ashland high
school will take place at tho armory
on Thursday, May IS, at S p in. The
address will he by J. A. Churchill,
state superintendent of schools. Sup
erintendent Briscoe will presont the
diplomas. The class of 19 1C num
bers thirty-four, almost evontly di
vided as to boys and girls.
Charlos Vygart, a business man of
Cobleakill. X. Y., Is visiting his cou
sins, Ira and llert Shotidy. Miss
Anna Shoudy of Pullman, Wash., Is
also visiting her brothers here, pre
liminary to going to Pacific drove,
Cal., where she will mako her home
with Mrs. C. H. Cappeller, her sister,
who formerly leslded In Ashland.
On Friday afternoon last the Ath
letic Girls' baseball club, n visiting
organisation, won over the local toam
by a score of 7 to S. The girls
pinyed to beat tho band In behalf of
a band benefit.
The first reunion of Ashland lodge
l'o 23, held Jointly with Alpha chap
ter No. 1, of the Easter Star, oc
curred at Masonic hall last Thursday
evening. H. L. Whltod, worthy pa
tron of the stars, presided. A lit
erary and musical program Included
b vocal solo by K. L. Kasor, an ad
dress, "The Origin of Masonry." by
Dr. .1. P. Johnson; reading by Miss
Minnie Jankson; vocal solo, Miss
Doris Bngloy; selection by tho Elks'
(Itiartot, the personnel of which or
ganisation now Includes Monto
llrlggs, K. I. Hasor, A. L. Strlck
Ifuid and Howard Kwen. Tho sketch
by Mrs. C. F. Shepperd was humor
oiis, likewise pathetic, especially
when she was called upon to disci
pline Messrs. Nluw. Skinner and
Vaupol for various dellnijuencles due
to both omission nnd commission. A
delightful social hour, mingled with
the serving of lefreshmonls, followed
the program. Among the guest
from Medford wore Mr. and Mrs. K.
M. Wilson and tho mother of tho for
mor. Ma. NolIIo McGownn, past
worthy .ntl matron of tho Star
ordor, Mrs. Kato Young and Mrs. Hat.
Chautauqua park was thronged on
Saturday afternoon on tho occasion
of tho oxhlhltlon of manual training
ms a rosult of competent instruction
In the public schools. Miss Moffatt,
at tho head of this department, was
tho demonstrator. ITndor Ideal skies
a host of out-of-town visitors Jolnod
IocbI resldontH In the enjoyment of
W. A. Freeburg loft Sunday morn
lug for a long trip by automobile,
which wl he taken by rolays, first
to Klamat. Falls, and thenco to Su
tmnvllle. Cal., from which point he
will divert the schedule to go to
Reno. Ntv. There he will visit his
Iflg, Will, later on going to the vl
olMlly f Joa Angeles to remain In
definitely with his daughter. Mrs
Irmn Munhlson. He probably will be
gone several months and will make
the entire trip In a new Ford without
other ballast than himself as driver.
J. M. Heaver returned home on Sat
urday from a fortnight's outing on the
ranch 'of Bert llarr. living near Wal
king. Mrs. Hair Is his daughter. He
enjoyed a fine recreation, especially
In the atienuous occupation of clear
lug up oak stumps, one of which spilt
HHBfcpecledl) under ponderous blows
from a 10-pound ax, upsetting Mr.
Heaver's equilibrium and erlwilug
hi left shoulder blade to sotfie ux
tent. which Is mending under the
law of compensation, without, how
ever, invoking tbe aid of the com
Fourteen cars of prime bf lteeri
shipped by A. F. Hunt of Portland,
from Merced, Cal.. to northern mar
ket? were fed her on Saturday while
itt transit. They fetch k cents in
Portland as compared with 7 cents
Oakland, hence the diversion lu
thia direction. Mr. Hunt used to live
here and was one of the leading
stock raisers of this section.
Maximum April temperature was
T? on the 23rd, aud the minimum
17 on the Slth. Kalnfall, 3.12
laches. There waa one-third more
elear days than cloudy ones. "Mean"
Umperatures seem to have, confined
themselves more to the 'early days
Local Shrtaers and their ladles
will he tbe guests of tbe Shrlner'
Social club of Medford on Mouda
evening. May 15. A composite en
tertainment In the way of dancing.
cards and a bauquet will be pro
tided for the delectation of Uitorx
from here, the number of which w ill
The evaajelUUe meetings will con
tinue a week or longer. The past
week was a busy one, with meetings
asfMMlally for young women; also
large attendances aa the result of
east and west side "sweeps" re
wards In the way of revival aweep
stakes being the incentive. The
Bight of the grand concert the
evangelist followed the War of
trumpets with even a grander niee
aage than ihat afforded wMteally.
his thewe being ' Repentance " Kri
day evening was military night, the
church triumphant vanquishing the
e-i .li-iiu-iit li.illtanf scor.-s of
erans, iced cross nurses uciongnpr,
to the Belief Corp, brtgade and
Bov Scouts collectively taking part
lit the struggle, wllli llrst companv
bringing up the rear. Saturday
night there was a sacred concort by
tho younger element. On Sunday
forenoon rogular services gave way
to the baccalaureate sermon before
the high school, the remainder of the
day being devoted to routine effort.
On Wednosday evening, May 17,
May Ilobson will appear In the flesh
at tho Vlning no movies v hen
Mav herself will personally assume
the leading role In "The Making
Over of Mrs. Matt."
II. L. Whitued, .leweler and op
tometrist, has purchased a new au
tomobile, the maximum parts of
willill ifl'liuiui men ir()m;inD men,.- j
exceedingly well, Inasuch as the car I
Is a Maxwell.
iSoda water from the Dodge spring
was on tap Saturday, under new
methods of Installation as recently
adopted by the springs commission
The llquod bubbles like a gin flsz.
J. IT. Sammls of Leinars, Iowa,
who Is accompanying Senator Cum
mins as traellug companion through-
out tho Pacific coast territory, Is a i
past grand exaltod ruler of Klks, a
distinction which was conferred on
him at the l.os Angeles convention lu
1909, and as such as sharing not
able attention with tho senator In the
course of their travels.
M. C. Breaslur of Springfield, for
merly residing hero, Is In town for
a urior stay relating to uiisiuub
matters , having bought the Knttora
hardware stock, located lu the for
mer tllegel store, which he will re
move to Springfield.
Mlas ntfrleda Mers, teach of Kug
llsh the past jour In the Ashland
high school, and who hs resigned
her position, leaves this week for
her home at Madison, Wis. llor re
turn to the central west will cover
an extended trip. From SSan Fran
cisco she will gu by steamer to Situ
Diego, thence over the Sunset route
to New Orleans, visiting other no
table places on route, bolng accom
panied by Miss Anna 11. Harris on
the journey. Miss Harris has boon
teachor of art and music In the high
school and has also roslgned.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hohrbaugh,
from Mlssosurl. In tho vicinity of St.
Joseph, are translont visitors here,
trvlng tho efficacy of mineral wa
ters, after a year's sojourn In va
rious places In California. They nro
old acquaintances of Mr. and Mrs
J. D. Marner of this city.
Thll Rose, high school graduate
here several yearn since, and who
Is now connected with tho schools
of Riverside. Cal.. has received an
appointment as membor of the fac
ulty of tho University of California
at Ilerkeley. Mrs. Rose was formerly
Mlsa Mudge Kubauks, teacher In the
There was a sound of revelry by
night at the high school gym last
Friday evening, the occasion being
the annual reunion of the senior and
Junior claasea. over 100 being pres
ent. An Interesting program was
supplemented by a banquet termed
an Incomparable feed, and over tho
delicious viands the classes of 1110
anil 1017 respectively pledged
renowod allegiance to the best tra
ditions or the high school body.
Ruth Hadley Is president of the
Juniors and Ralph Harris Is presi
dent of the seniors. Cleo Kirk pre
sided as an Ideal toastmaster, and
under the warmth and glow of the
Jolly event Superintendent Hrlscoe
and Principal Moore responded hap
pll to a number or opportune topics.
The Central Point high school to
the number of fifty, chaperoned by
. , -
Profeaeor W. K. Mows, superintend- nuts formerly requireu live or i
eut ulcnlcked In local parks on Frl- daya. and by eliminating many petty
em, picmmeu ''l i matters, and without any sacrifice to
day of last week. Frank II l'Mi. enforcement In the county. I
of the Hull Printing company of that tm tuat this saving and my exper
clty and a movie camera man of ' no entitles me to a second term,
acknowledged ability eo;p.ued WrofflcrrKcttter:
the party aa staff artlat of tbe edu
Extensive detachment from the
Twenty-firat infantry, portions of
two battalions with all their
equipment, passed through on Fri
day last, bound for Arftona. It re
quired over twenty earn to accommo
date the men, horsea and wagons.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ilvraey re
turned from near IMgewood, Cil . on
Saturday, where thev have lien for
some time ia-t Invi Mig.itliiK their ' ( am a oa n tl I 1 x m for the cemocratle
iee folom ot al'ont " cumin in nomination ror the office of district
that lo.alin which wintered in attorney, subject to the May prlmar
wiu iu , Jes jj j Bm nom8tMi and elected
CHICHESTER S PILLS
JrZr TUB iTlAUONU Hn4i. X
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liru.ri't- - IIM U.TCn
UlAtlllSn IIIUMI IMLM. 14
Mki.' M Ikrt. itf. Al.tjn htul 1
I'lll, m 11,4 IM .I4 o.tll.V
CHOICE GARDEN TRACT
AND HOME PLACE-$950
Four-room cottage, garden trat, tarries, riowtrs. shade. Just
the plaee for a little home and garden tract. Paving (2S9.S0, aew
or ?100. JJ, sidewalk $70 SO, all pid in rill Lot llxl47. Bandy
loam soil. Bst city property of thl kind wo havo ever offered.
Total price !50.
BENNETT INVESTMENT CO.
ltal !J.ute, Iwin, tlvauiU, Imuramo.
Irttt Vt Main. "mo 7"
. . .... t - I
nectar from aitaitn, ciovor a net iruu
Commissioner Von Vllet, who rep
resented the Holland government In
charge of lt horticultural exhibit at
the Panama exposition, and who aft
erward removed here In connection
with the nursory business, Is now
located at Kureka. Cal . engaged In
the same vorntlon
Reported by Jackson County Ab-
trsct Co.. Sixth and Fir j!U.
Ileal Kstuio Tin.ferj.
Ilrunswlck Investment Co. to
W. II. Ross, lot 2. block K
and part of lot 1, block K,
It. II. Vallej Orchard Co. .. .
Felix Cuiaux to O C llalsey.
lot 31. block 1. Whitman
UOflS Alive. 7:V.
STKKHS- Alive, (KiTOV&c.
COWS Alive, r(P.rV4e.
HKN'S Me; old rooater,
stag, lie; broiler, UOe.
DUCKS Fat, be.
(1RKSK Fnt, Sc.
TUKKKYS Fat young1, lfe.
BELGIAN' HAKES. Mo Be.
liny nod Grata
OATS WO ton.
IIAY-AIfulfn, $15 ton; Rniin, $h.
HAKLKY Whole, $30.
Price I'nia tj ormers
Brri'KK-Dairy, 2 Win., -I3o.
HONEY ISo por lb.
BEEF 10(.t12c. ,
Bt'TTEK Wholesale, 20e.
I hereby nnnounce that I have fllod
mv declaration of Intention to become
a candidnto lor tno ropuuiicun nom
ination for the office of representa
tive subjoct to tho decision of the ro
publlcan party at the coming primary
Adv. C. M. THOMAS.
I am a candidate for tho ropubllcan
nomination for Joint representative
from tho district comprising Doug
las and Jackson counties subject to
tho primary In May. If nominated
and elected 1 will serve the poople of
the district to the best of my ability.
Adv. w. h. aoitu.
I hnreby announce my candidacy
for the nomination for representa
tive from Jackson county on tho ro
publlcan ticket, subject to tho pri
mary on May 19. I ptedge myself for
economy and a square deal for all.
Adv. 1MCNTON HOWKR8.
I am a republican candldato for
representative In the state legisla
ture. 1JI5NJ. C. SHICLDON.
1 11 STRICT ATTORNEY
The records of the county clork at
this time show a saving of $4500.00
In the administration of this office
as comimred with the previous term.
This baa been accomplished by trana-
ailiiif tl.a ai,iiM amount nf busluegj
)flfor grand Juries in one day thai
K. R. KELLY.
I hereby announce that I have
filed ray declaration ot intention to
become a candidate for the repub
lican nomination ror the office ot
District Attorney for Jackson county,
Oregon, subject to the decision of the
republican party, at the primary elec
tion to be held May 19, 1916.
Vdv. O. M. ROBERTS.
I hnrrtbv announce that I have filed
my declaration of Intention, and that
1 to this office. I prumtKfi not to forget
1 the fact that I am a public servant,
and that 1 will the beet or my
ability administer the arfalrs or the
office. Impartially, ltinntly and
without fear or fnvor.
Adv. NEWTON W. BORDEN
The first or the year a number or
; ont condition mo uusv wornrr
nro ,. or the ll.ll.u and
man black specie and gather tho j
reiiuumjBiu, luriumni,' mimy wou ii-
Uvo four enrB H(t0( rw,ueglOTj ,0 to I
....Lll..u. Imj-1..11 . . . -.. a a I
become a cunuiuate (or tho offlco or I
Dtrirtct Attorney Inasmuch as thoro
would be, In addition to tho regular i
duties of tbe criminal nnd Juvontto
courts, now uutlca and conditions
confronting the office. Among those
were mentioned tlio onforceinont of
tho prohibition art, and tho Mkotl
hood of having to foreclose many tax
liens, pnrtlculnrlv those agntnst tho
Southern Pacific land grant of nearly
half million acres In Jaci.son county,
amounting to abcut $200,000.
My reply wa that t routd beoomo
a candtdnto If It were generally do-
Blrcd nnd tho race coula bo mado
without aesutnlng special obligation
to any particular Individual, faction,
locality or Interest
Therefore, after consulting person
ally or by lettor several hundred men
and women of all occupations In
all parts of the county, bollevlng
thero Is a real desire for my candi
dacy, I will be a cmulldato for the
nomination of District Attornoy on
tho ropubllcan ticket
Adv. JOHN H. CATIKIN.
I am a cnndldate for tho office of
district attorney on the democrat
ticket. If nominated nnd elected, I
shall sorvo the county as I have
served tho Ctty of Medford during
the past three yea re, miring which
tlmo I havo been Its city attornoy.
Adv. 11. It. M'CABB.
A. Gardner It Kepiibllrjin Cantll
tlalo for County Clerk
I horchy announce rey candidacy
for tho office of county clerk and If
nominated and elected will contlnuo
to give my entire time and attention
to the dutlofl thereof, conduct tho
office according to law and gtvn an
efficient, oco;iomlral nnd business,,-
Adv. 0. A. GARDNER.
I horeby nnnounco that I havo
fllod my declaration of Intention to
become, a candidate tor the republi
can nomination for the office of coun
ty clork, for Jackson county, snbloct
to tho decision of the republican par
ty, at the primary election to be held
May 19, 1910.
Adv. A. N. IIILDEBRAND.
1 horeby announce my candidacy
for tho offlco of county assessor of
Jackson county on tho republican
tlokct. nubject to the prlmnry on
May 19. I pledge myself to an
honest, efficient. Impartial and econ
omical discharge or tho duties of the
offlco and propose to mako all assnsiu
mentn upon tho basis of the true
actual vattto of tho property nnd not
upon any Inflated valuation.
Adv. OBOROE LAUNSPACH.
I herewith nnnounco my cnndldncy
for county assessor, subjoct to the
dcclslqn of tho republican party at
tho prlmnry election to bo hold May
19. 1910. If elected I pledge mysolf
to mako a Just aud oqultablo asgosa-
mont nnd administer tho arrnlrs of
tho offlco In a buslnosR-IIko man nor.
Adv. J. B. COLEMAN.
I horoby nnnounce my candidacy
for tho domocrntlc nomination ror
tho orflco of nssessor of Jackson
county at tho prlmnry to be held
May 19th, 1916. Havo had throo
years' oxporlenco ns deputy asseseor.
Adv. CLINT GALLATIN.
T horeby announce that 1 nm a
candldato for county assessor for
Jackson county, Oregon, on tho re
publican ticket, subject to tbe pri
maries to be held May 19, 191(5. My
platferm: Kcouomy, equality and
efficiency. J. C. HERRING.
Candidate ror county assessor at
republican ptlmary election, May 19,
1910. Three years experience cleri
cal work making up assessment rolls
and extending tax rolls, township 29
and 30 North. Bauge I West, state
or Michigan. Three years assessor
and member or countv board of su
pervisors. Olsego county. Michigan,
Six years deputy assessor In Jackson
county. Oreyon If elected, practical
experience, common sense and busi
ness Judgment will be exercised In
making n easments Fictitious,
boom valuations will not be permit
ted. The gri.itest possible accuracy
and economy In Held and office work
will be rlgldl enrorced. The most
efficient administration that exper
ience, education and capability can
exact, In e-rv department of this
important of rice, will be effected
Fair aud courteous treatment extend
ed to all taxpayers. Intfgrlty or
purpose Hi" Kovernlng factor Your
support solh lied. W. W. TKUAX.
i . iii
I have heretofore formally an
nounced my candidacy for the nomi
nation ror biHTiu on me repuuuean
ticket to he voted upoi at the com
ing primary election. May 19, 191fl.
I have held the position or deputy
sberirr during the past four vears. It
Is unanlmouHiv conceded that a mark
et1 Improvement has ueen made In
all dpsrtmwiU or the sheriff's of
fice during the Incumtieucy or the
present sht-rlff. the record in tbe of
flee at tb 1" ginning of the preaent
administration were ronHldered the
worst In the state they are now
considered equal to any and better
The work or tax collection has been
systemntWed so that quicker and bet
ter service U now belug rendered,
and tax" collected at a. much loss
east than hfM'tofore.
1 am lullv convenant with the du
ties and ne 'N ot the office ror which
If I am nominated and elected I
10 acres, near Jacksonville, small
house, burn and well, land rich aud
gently sloping S(ifli.
80 acres, firlffln creek. R-rom
bouse, barn, well bearing orchard.
foothill lands. t?loo.
TIIIC ARE flOOB IH'YS
jiu m'u " " "
prove the servlcf to taxpayers and to
1 rr. -vtnf Mm nrriMA In llfl
minlmlzo tno cos' tnereoi.
3rd. To Impartially perform nil
duties and enforco all laws.
E. W. (Curly) WILSON.
I am n candldato for tho nomina
tion or Sheriff on tho ropubhenn
tlckot to bo voted for at tbe primaries
May 19, 1910. If nominated and
elected I will enforce tho law and
glvo tho public an honest. Impartial
and efficient admlnlsttatlon.
37 years In Jackson county.
Adv. HARRY N. t.OFLAND.
1 horoby nnnounco my carfdldacy
for tho recubllcan nomination for
sheriff, to be voted on at the coming
primaries. May 10th, 19 to.
I feel that I need no Introduction
to tho public, having been a resident
of Jackson county for 20 years.
I pledge myself. If elected, to give
an Imnartlnl, cconomlcnl and con
nervatlvo administration of this im
I havo endeavored to sorvo the
public faithfully In tho past and
agree. If elected, to strictly and
Impartially enforco all laws. Hovlng
a vet large experience In tho mat
tors of taxation and knowing Jack
son county thoroughly, I pledgo my
self to conduct the Tax collection
branch of tho office In such n manner
an to serve the taxpayers honostly,
promptly nnd efficiently.
Adv. W. T. OniEVH.
I am a candldato for the republi
can nomination of sheriff of Jackson
countv. subject to tho primary, May
I havo lived In Jackson county
twolvo years, mndo tho rnco for tho
nomination for sheriff two years ago
and received a snlendld vnto dosplto
tho unusual conditions I had to op
pose and would apprcclnto your sup
port this time.
If olecled I will enforco nil laws
and pledge mysolf to an economical.
Impartial and conservative adminis
tration. Adv. A. W. WALKER.
I horeby announce my cnndldncy
for the nomination for sheriff on the
democratic ticket, subject to tho will
of the voters at the primary to be
held Mav 19. 11110. t am n native
son of Jackson county and my on
tiro past life Is sublect to vour Inves
tigation. RALPH tl. JENNINGS.
I herebv announco my candidacy
for tho democratic nomination tor
sherirf to be voted on at thqcomltig
primaries. May 19, 1910. I have
served tho city or Medford as chler or
police rnr over five vears and'dtirlng
Hint tlmo served under four dirrerent
mayors. I pledge myself, If nomi
nated and eleclod. to nerve tho public
nnd do mv duty ns sheriff at all
times, nnd glvo tho public an honest
aud Impartial administration.
Adv. J. F. HITTSON.
Deputy County Treasurer Mvrtlo
W. Blakelev announces her candidacy
for tho orrico of county treasurer.
I hereby announce m candidacy
on tho republican tlckot for tho of
rico or county treasurer, to bo votod
on at tho coming prlmarlen, I havo
held tho position nn doputy In this
ofrico ror tho past year nnd nm con
fident that I can fulfill tho duties
I served two years ns deputy coun
tv recorder before taking tho posi
tion as deputy county tronsurorf I
have also had experience as account
ant for several corporations, such as
tho Medtord Concrete Construction
company and Medford Ieo and Stor
age Company, before taking up coun
ty work, and will nay that my peat
record Is open lor Inspection to tho
voters ot Jackson county.
H nominated and elected I will run
the office without tho oxpenso ot a
deputy and continue to servo tho pub
lic just aa efriclent In tho tuturo as
I havo In the past.
Adv. MYRTLE W. BLAKELEY.
I hereby announeo that I hnvo filed
my declaration of Intention to bo
eoniH a candidate for the repuhlloan
nomination ror the office of county
treasurer, to be voted on In the com
If I am nominated and elected will
conduct Die office In an strident and
Adv. BOY L. MAULE.
I hereby announce that 1 am n can
didate ror the nomination or county
treasurer ror Jackson county, Oregon,
on the republican ticket to he voted
tor at the primary election to be held
May 19. 1916.
I formerly held the office or county
treasurer and believe I gave general
satisfaction to the public.
During the time I was couuty treas
urer the county employed expert ac
countants to expert tbe county offi
cers' books and said experts compli
mented my work very highly aa a
public official. ,
If nominated and elected I shall
endeavor to conduct tbe affairs or the
of Bee in an honest, efficient and husl-nees-llke
Adv. JA8. M. CBONBMILLHB.
I hereby announce my candldaoy
on the republican ticket tor the of
fice of County School Superintend
ent for Jackson county, Oregon, sub
ject to tee will of tbe republican
parly at the primary election May
19 I stand for practical aehool ef-
SO acres near Creek bottom, 70
acres In cultivation, nlMfa, fruit and
grain, easily Irrigated. Less than
2 utile trout Medford. ICSOv cash.
One of the best buys in Jaakgon
eounty. Say when and I will obow
J. C. BARNES
1VS Wwt Mala 8t Phone 7fll
flclcy, personol supervision of the
schools nnd elimination of county
All . FRANCIS 0. SMITH.
O in mo veters: i am ronunuenn
cnndldato for county school super
intendent at tho primary election,
May 19, 191C.
I am for supervision of tho schools
by tho superintendent and for econ
omy In the county ruperlntendent's
office and overy placo where It does
not retard tho efficiency of tho
I am In favor of progrosslvo educa
tion, that Is, education that prepares
tho hoy or girl for life. I am for all
having n squaro deal and nn equal
chance tor an education.
If notnlnntcd and elected 1 will
do every thing In my powor to mako
the schools of Jaekson county th
best in tho state.
Adv. A. J. HANDT.
I hnrehv nnnounco that I Jmvo
filed my declaration of Intentions,
nnd that I nm a cnndldato tor tho rc
nubllcan nomination for tho office of
County School Superintendent of
Jackson county, subject to tho pri
maries of Mav 19
If nomlnntcd and electen T nlfdge
mvseir to an honest impartial and
economic administration and will
porsonntly supervise our schools.
I hold an Oregon lire certificate,
and hnvlng rccentlv spent four ses
sions on preparatory work, both In
the University of Orenon and In tho
University of California In tho study
of modem education and supervi
sion, and hnvlng served tho county
as rural school supervisor for two
venrs. I reol competent to fill tho of
flco lu a thoroughly sotlsfoctory man
ner nnd horohv solicit tho aupporl of
every truo friend of education.
Adv. O. W. AOER.
I nm n cnndldato ror tho roDuhll
enn nomination ror County School
Superintendent. I alnnd tor; A con
tinuance or progressive policies In
education, economy consistent with
orflclency, equal eduratlonal ndvnn
taecs for the hovs and girls on the
fnrms with those lu tho cltloe nnd
U nominated nnd elected I will In
the future, as In the past, glvo mv
full time nnd best efforts to tho
supervision of the scIiooIk and tho nd
mlntstratlnr or tho diitlex or tho or
rico During my Incumbency I have
not cotiBned mvseir strictly to tho
rotitlno duties or tho orriee but havo
taken a broader view ot tho mission
or the Countv School Superintendent
In addition to my offortfl vo rnlso the
Rtondnrd ot teaching nft improve tho
physical condltlonn nt school I havo
labored to promote tho welfare of
tho boys and girls through Industrial
clubs, school fairs, school credits for
homo work, parent-teachers circles
apelllng and arithmetic contests, nnd
other activities. I feel that my work
hnR been regarded with favor and In
order to contlnuo this work, I nm
nHklng for ro-olectton.
Adv. J. PEROY WELLB.
FOB HUNT FURN1HHKI) AI'TB.
FOR RENT Apartment for
Tho Berbon, 10 Qulno Bt.
FOB RENT nOTJHKB
FOR BENT Three small houses,
close In; from 0 to $10. Call 9
E Jackson, or phono 592-W. 48
FOR RENT liouso with garage,
furnished or unruriilHhcd; every
thing modern. 51 C W. Jackson
FOB BENT HOOriKKKKI'INO
FOR RENT Cosy rurnlshed house,
keeping rooms, ulose In, $5 month.
Lights, water, gas, bath. Phono
FOB HUNT MINUKM.ANHOUH
FOR RENT Good pasture olose to
city. Dr. French. Phone 730-R.
FOR RENT Pasture, good feod,
reucea, plenty ot water. W. II.
FoTtSALliRuVhTh'ead of good
work horses and saddle horse. E
B. Reames, one mile north nl
FOR SALE The pure-bred regis
tered Red Polled bull, "Modoc
Chler," born March it, 19H. Price
ISO. inspection by appointment.
Palmer Investment Co., Mall Trl
buno bldg , Medford, or Modoc Or
chard. FOB SALE-Grey team welghlug
about 1400, and one grey horn,
weighing about 1700. Big Pines
Lumber Co. tt
FOR HALE Freeh milk goata at re
duced rates. Mr. L. DHienhury,
fob half MiHvmiuxjfHnan
FOR 8A1.E Horse, harness, aur-
rv, top buggy, aprliiK wagon, cul
tivator. Mpray outfit, harrow, plow,
all kinds or fine furniture, pianola,
tie piHHii music, large porcelain
lined refrigerator, washing ma
chine. J K. Johnson. 1 tulles
wmtt of Phoenix. Phone 14-F3. IX
FOB SALE -Almost new 10 h. p.
electric motor and duplex alfalfa
aud gialn grinder. See Urore
Creek ranch, Lelaud, Ore. Si
FOR SALE Thor motorcycle
Martln'a bicycle shop.
-Nice grain bay.
FOR 8AI-E- Paxsons Dahlias. Spe
cial collection, 12 roots, standard
- varieties, named and labeled for $1
postpaid List of many others tor
postal. R. 11. Paxson, Central
Point. Ore.. 4
AOENTS WANTED Elderly men
desiring light employment can
make good wages selling our full
line of popular priced nursery
stock Outfit tarnished. Iuveetl-
gate Address Paetflo Nursery Gu.,
122 Va Grand &ve., Portland, Ore
asa!,! "Nh Ties"
WANTED Sowing ut homo or by
tho day. Phono 470-M, 144 8.
WANTED Second hand car; must bo
In good condition and cheap for
cash. Box 7, Mall'Trlbuna. ' 47
WANTED TO BUY Horsos of satU
die typo, and heavy horsos. Dr.
Holms, 111 No. Fir, Phone 308.
WANTED- All kinds of feathor bed
ding steam cleaned and renovated.
Pillows and cushions mado to or
der. Ask for prices. Now machin
ery Installed. All work guaran
teed. Wo deliver. Phono 19G-J.
Medford Feather Bedding and
Renovating Works. 46
TO TRADE For team, wagon nnd
harnesB, 4room liouso and lot,
furnished, including Home Com
fort range, White Sewing machine,
poultry house and yard, woodshed,
four kinds nf berries, flno gar
den, lights and water In homo.
Box 9, Mall Tribune. 40
LAIIER AUTO SPRING CO. We
are operating tho largest, oldest
and best equipped plant in tho Pa
cific northwest. Uso our nprlngs
when others fall. Sold under guar
anteo. 20 North Flftoonth Bt.,
OKO. W. CHERRY Attornoy nnd
Notnry, Booms 9-10, Jackson Coun
ty Bank Building, ontrnnco N.
Contral, Medtord, Ore,
POUTe'u' j7ne"fF Attornoy nt law,
rooms 8 nnd 9, Medford National
A. K. BEAMES, LAWYER Qarnott
Q. M. BOBERTS Lawyor.
Medford National Bank Building.
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS We
collected soino accounts 14 yonrs
old. Wo know how to got the
money. Tho lluiiock Mercantile
Agency, Inc., Booms 1, 2, 8, Has
klna' Did., 21C E. Maln'st
Dr. W. M. VAN 8COYOO
DB. O. G. vat; BCOTOC
Gnrnott-Coroy Bldg., ulte
Mcdroro, Ore. Phono 356.
Collections and Report
DB. FRANK BOBERTS Dontlst.
M. F, & 11. Bldg. Offlco Hours
8:30 to 12; 1 to 5. Phono C07-B.
EnRlnecr nnrt Contractor
contractor, 404 M. F. & H. Bldg
Surveys,, cctlmntoe, Irrigation
dralnugo, orchard and land im
EABL S. TUMY Oonoral Insurance
offlao. Flro, Automobllo, Accident,
Liability, Plato Olass, Contract,
and Surety Bonds, Excellent com
pantos, good local sorvlce. No,
210 G a rnett-Coruy Bid g
Instruction In MaMa
FBiSM?TON"HAiaHT," teachor of
piano and harmony. Composer
and urrangor of music. Halght
Music Studto, 401 Garnatt-Coroy
BLISfl"ilElNl Toaoher of Violin".
TiIuhIo furnlshod for all Oceanians,
Prices rensonnblo. Studio 1121 E,
Main St., Phone 303-J2.
GARBAGE Get your premises
cloaned up for the summer. Call
on the city garbage wagona tor
good sorvlce. Phone 274-L. F
Phyilciiuji and Anrgeons
t ii ,r r m.ii an hi i r i m , -
DB. F. O. CABLOW, DR. EVA
MAINS CABLOW Osteopathic
physicians, 416-417 Qarnett-Corey
bldg., phone 1034-L. Bosldence
26 South Laurel at.
DB. W. W. BOWABD Osteopath!
physician, S03 Garnett-Corey
building. Phone 130.
DB. J. J. EMMENS Physician and
surgeon. Practice limited to eye,
ear, nose and throat. Eyes scien
tifically tested and glasses uup
plied. Oeullst and Aurlst ror S. P
It. R. Co. Office M. F. & H. Co
bldg.. opposite P. O. Phone 567
DR. R W. CLANCY Physician an6
surgeon Phone, office 36, rest
deuce 724-J. Office hours, 16 t
12. 2 to 5.
DB. MARTIN 0. BABBBR PhysJ.
elan and surgeon. Offlte Palm
block, oppoelte Naah hotel. Huurs
10 to IX, 1 to 4. Phone lloJ.
Printer nU fMblUIwrs
.MMDrOKD PIUNTING 1 "cb", has the
beet equipped printing offlco In
southern Oregou; book blading,
loose leat ledgers, billing systems,
etc Portland prices. 27 North
WADS TBANSFBR & BT0BAG8 CO.
Of Gee 42 North Front st. Paon
216. Prices right. Sorvlce guar
BINQER SIOWIKG MACHINES FOH
3ALK OR RENT Some used m
ehlnes also tor sale. Cleaning and
repairing. Baldwin Piano for aalo
from factory to ouatomer. ItosU
rct 245 -o. C antral. Phone 390,