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MEDFORD lSCATTJ TRIBUNE. TODFORD, OREGON, MONDAY. NOVRAmKlM, 1012.
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Midpord Mail tribune:
FORD rhlNTINQ CO.
The Democratic! Times, Tlin Mr J ford
Mall. Tiio MeJford Tribune, The South'
em Orerotilnn, The Aihland Tribune.
Office Mall Tribune nulldlns, 2B-27-:9
? forth Fir street; phono. Main SOU;
ORonOE PUTNAM, Editor nml Manager
Kntered a urconil-ctaaa matter at
Mcilfonl, Oregon, n.Ior the aat or
Maroh i, 187?.
Officio Paper of the City of Medford.
Official I'apr of Jnckeou County.
One year, by man. 15,00
One month, by mall.. SO
Per month, delivered by carrier In
Medford. Jackionvllle and Cen
tral Point .. ................. . . . ,R0
Baturday only, by matt, pnr year.. .
Weekly, por year..,.. 1.B0
Cally average or eleven montht end
Ing November 30, 1911. 1751.
Fait Lented Wire United rre
reT?; $&r&W&&&& the
ss;fe : cN;?a.poorri,ttnJ-
w. o. Whitney, scattnv wash.
Metropolis of Southern Oregon and
Northern California, nnd the fastest
growing city In Oregon.
Population U. S, census 1910 8S40;
DUNN TO CR0WELL
(Continued from page 1.)
place. My .judgment in this matter
was backed jiy nIL the directors pres
cnt, with the exception oC yourself,
Mr. Crowell. That is why yon will
not vote for me for county judge.
Very truly yoiirs-.
GEORGE W. DUNN,
. Mcdford, Nov. 2.
CROWELL TO DUNN
(Continued from Pngo One)
culnr like a cold potato, you nrc dis
tributing now ng.iii.st Mr. Tou Velle.
Here nro the figures as you then gave
Dunn's first year $120.7.200
Dunn's second year 144,876.00
Dunn's third year IC5,475.00
Dunn's fourth year 180,048.00
This was n largo yearly increase of
taxes durinc your term. What did
you do with this larco sum of money?
It certainly wns not spent on Toads
or bridges. Where Avas it spent?
Do you remember the one great act
of your administration, the only
time that you tried to originate any
thing? Thnt wns your miscalled
"equalization" of assessments, when
. JySPjB, ,ouRUtleskawt.you added
Co per cent to the 'tnjres Jon nil pro
perty in the county, except land. By
this official net you made the man
who had saved up a .thousand dollars
in money pay taxes on $1GG0.00; you
made the man who owned a $100.00
horso pay taxes on a $100.00 horse;
you mndo the jwor widow who owned
a $o0.00 cow, pay taxes on an
$83.00 cow, nnd so on through the
whole list of persounl property.
This so-called "equalization" was
the only original act of your four
year term as judsc. It .was so fin
grnnty unjust and so foolibhly silly
that it was the chief cause of your
defeat for n second term, for it could
not be defended, and no one tried to
You ask me why I supported you
four years ago? Hero then is the
true and candid rcn&on, Mr. Dunn.
You and I were then associated to
gether in business. For the business'
suko nnd credit, I upheld your ad
ministration ns judge for I did not
want the public to regard you as an
official failure, for that would have
been, nn admission that you were no
account in the business. And for the
business' credit, more than yours, I
supported you and helped von to
curry the only Med ford precinct that
gave you n sraull majority in that
cumpaigu. Are you now reviling me
for that net, Mr. tymn f How muny
precincts do you expect to carry in
Mcdford this year, Mr. Dunn? The
Mcdford taxpayer who regards his
own and tho city's interest can find
no good reason for supporting you
Your venomous but not strictly ac
curate statement furnishes mo a uood
pergonal reason for not supporting
you now, wherein you admit, your
injustice and your Ashland prejudice
ngainst mo pcrsonully, when von said
that "Crowell liuilt a finer 'building
than Mcdford needed." Just ns if
anything could bo too fine for Mcd
ford I except in (he bilious mind of
your Ashland prejudice. It is this
Mate of mind that niukes you an
unsafe innn for Mcdford and Jackson
comity to trtibl with their public af
fairs with tho present busy mid
growing period of their existence
Hut persounl reasons are uovor
good public ones. I huvo furnished
good public reasons why you should
not bo cpunty judge Never mind tho
jwrflouu! ones, which ypu admit tho
Now, Mr. Dunn, don't "equalize"
your temper liko yon did tho tuxes,
by wdding 0.r por cent to tho wrath
which you seem to entertain for me,
but boliovo mo,
Very 'truly yours,
;' ; VM. S, CHOWELfc.
Bedford, Oct, 4.
JOYS VERSUS GLOOMS.
Tis for those who ally tlunmclvcs with the future thai
victory is assured. The past has no prospects."
It is because the Mail Tribune has allied itself with the
future, that it has fought
it is because we believe in
Inckson county that we hope
Ton Voile as county Judge to
ilurinjr the next four veavs
It is because the past has no prospects and that George
W. Dunn represents the past and the days that are dead,
that we hope for his defeat.
The coming four years
of all in the material development and expansion of t'Jaok
ison county. To make them so we should have an executive
who really believes in progressive policies not one who
ijuardedly and perfunctorily declares himself progressiva
for campaign effect.
Col. Ton Velle possesses unusual qualifications for the
office. lie graduated from the Cincinnati College of Law
when President Taft was its dean and Governor Harmon
f. lecturer in it. He served two times as county treasurer
0L?tclVTfc 0hi0- ,l 0l; sevon -vettW lK wns ias.h,u,v
of the 13auk of Celiiia, O. In the seven years he has resided
in the Uoguo river valley, he has owned and planted many
orchards. He is a careful, conservative, successful busi
ness man, familiar with the needs and requirements of all
parts of this county, wide-awake to its opportunities and
a firm believer in "its destinies.
Only the optimist does things hi this world and
"Lucky" Ton Velle is very uiucli of an optimist. He has
allied himself with the future. His opponent is his
anethesis a veritable "Gloomy Gus" of politics a pes
simist who belongs to the pastVhieh has no prospects.
PROM JOURNALISM TO POLITICS.
NO great issues are involved in the contest for reprii:
scntative from Jackson county. Xo vital principle is
at stakcr hence it becomes a mere question of personality.
All candidates are well known and it is up to the voters. to
As one of the candidates is a former newspaper man.
journalistic courtesy requires a brief mention of J. V.
Barkdull, familiarly known as "Mose", formerly with this
paper. iMost. newspaper men
-DaiKuuu nas provca no exception to tne rule, lor since
leaving the newspaper, he has sold nearly a million dollars
worth of Jackson comity realty, and in turn invested his
If elected to Hie legislature, there is every reason to
believe that Mr. Barkdull will hustle just as hard for Iifc
constituents as he did in "getting news and ads for the old
Medford Mail and as he has since in inducing people to
buy Rogue river orchards.
VOTE FOR BOURNE.
JONATHAN BOURNE has
progressive in politics but
Oregon and the least Jackson
a largo vote as an appreciation
Jien belling A'otcd and worked against Crater Lake
when in the state senate, helped slaughter the Ashland
normal school, and is now opposing the Mcdford rate bill.
He has proven an enemy to Jackson county and should be
rebuked at the polls in no indecisive fashion.
Bourne lias made good and when Oregon has such an
asset, it is folly to destroy it.
In the copy of the ballot printed in the Mail Tribune,
the typographical error appears of vote for two candidates
lor short term as county commissioner. J t should read, vote
for one, otherwise the vote will be thrown out.
A vote for Kelly for prosecuting attorney is a vote
for a fearless, efficient prosecutor who will enforce the
law vigorously and impartially. The welfare of the county
demands his election.
Voteno on X 311, and X:i2S, the "majority rule" bills
fathered by the Employment association, public service
corporations and liquor dealers to destroy the initiative.
Don't fail to vote yes on 3G0, count v home rule road
bill and yes on 058, the Equitable rate bill.
Phoenix. Ore, Nov. 2, 1012.
To tho Editer:
In tho iwlitical shuffle we are npt
to forget one of the most miporlnnl
stato officers, viz: tho office of
dairy mid food coinminnioucr. In
tho race for this office tho candi
dates of tho two lending parties will
have to he considered, niimcly Air.
Leu and Mr. Micklo. Both these men
ran for tho nomination on tho re
publican ticket, J. I). Micklo winning
out by u handsome majority.
Mr. Leu being apparently not sat
isfied by mi honest defeat and be
ing backed by the Union Meat com
pany and Hnzclwood Creamery cor
poration, ulso by the present incum
bent of this office, viz: J. W. Hailoy.
Mr. Leu decided to take it Hop and
bo the candidate on tho democratic)
ticket. Mr. Idea's supporters ami his
way of bccomiii!.' it cuudidalo Ought
to condemn him in tho estimation of
people who desire lo see th pure food
Mr. J, I). Micklo is one of the
leiidiug dairymen of tho stato whoso
integrity nnd ability Ktunds unim
peached and who received his nomiu
ulioii'throtigh no wire-pulling, no
help from corporuljons or political
tltrclect8 or by jimkiug n political
and is fighting its battles for
the future of McdUml and ol
for the elect
guide the co
Hon of Frank L.
should be the most important
are good hustlers and .Mr.
proven himself not only a
a true friend of southern
county can do is to trive him
of his efferts:
Hop. Ilctweeu (hoho (wo men the
people of Oregon will have to choose.
S. P. COTK.
Returns ut St. Mark's Hall all
night. Admission freo. Lunch con
sisting of sandwiches, plo, dough
nuts and coffee served ull night by
tho ladles of St. Murk's Guild.
Hvory ono urged to como and spend
a pleasant evening and hear tho re
turns, music and a variety of enter
tainment. Tho placo to bring tho
ladles. Tuesday, 7 p, m.
Pennsylvania got n poor start this
year, but may yet bo able to finish
tho season In a blazo of glory.
ItlCINKINd liltOS, I'rops.
Ask your grocer for Modol Bak
ery's Whlto Lilly Dread and savo
tho wrappers and when you hnvo 20
you will bo entitled on payment of
tho small sum of DO cents to a
handsome pillow top mndo from any
fllUKAI), PUIS, OAKKH, PASTItV
' ALWAYS FHKHII
Home Phone JJli 000 IJ, Malu St.
Itouton Mowers, K, ). Mrigg, .1. P.
Dodge, I., h. Mutit, K. V. Carter ilud
other mvuihultt of the George-
Dunn club of Ashland huvo boon cam.
paiguiug Ihruinjluml Hie country pro
ducts nnd lii'htlu'g I'he brush in the
litU'rosf tot )n during the present
few days. To Vulcr they have on
terxiow they hwv ut'd the stock ar
gument of "boodle" and '".Mcdford
Kditor Greer of' the Altliiul Tid
ing owing to 'recent oeciiroilco.s i
not accompanying' tliriu.
Tho campaign put up by tho Duuii
club htw boon so dirtv (hut Ihoiv is
no tolling what kind of eleventh hoitr
en mml thev nrc circulating to elo-e
(MTV TIlKASrUKK'S NOTICK.
Xotlco la hornby lou that the
city of Mcdford, Jackson county,
Oregon, will take up and cancel tho
following Improvement bends:
Nos. 0113 to OUT InctustVQ dated
Ueccniber 1st, iaoi.
Nos. 01S1 to 01S." lnctnslvt dated
June 1st, UU0.
No. 023D dated June 1st, JO 10.
Nos. 0(71 to 0473 Inclusive tlatcd
December 1st, lt10.
Water .Main Improvement .bonds
Noit. 000.". and 0Q06 dated Juno 1st,
Interest on 'tho above, .named
bonds will ccuhc at the next Intercut
paying pifrlod, Dot-ember 1st. 1912.
Dated No umber 1st, UM2.-
US II. SAMUKI.S.
, City Treasurer.
Tho Palace of Sweets will bo
open all uli;ht election night. Wo
will huvo returns o( election. HrliiK
your folks and sponit the ulRht. Alt
kinds of hot and cold drinks nerved.
Dairy and Food
ThlK In nn offlc6 which heretofore
lias not received milch attention from
the public nothwlt'hi:iudliiR that It
Is one of the most' Important In (ho
state. A cempetent: man In this of
fice can "lie of grcaCatststnuro Irt pro
moling the' dairy Industry of tho
state. If he has the knowledge he
can do the dairyman, tho man who
milks' the cow, a fcrifaej1ot codd.
in addition1 If l"o 'fiitirthe neccssa'ry
technical training and Knowledgo ho
can afford to tho consumers of this
state the protection to which they
arc entitled. A m'nn lo bo nblo to
do these things must hnvo the know-
how. Fortunately wo have mich a
man who Is a candidate for this po
sition, Mr. A. II. Lea, of Portland,
who was brought ' up on a dairy
farm in Wisconsin', graduated from
the Wisconsin Agricultural College,
took up a post graduate course at
the Iowa Agricultural College, spe
cializing in dairying at each Institu
tion, and taught a while In the (own
college. Since then ho has been en
gaged in nomo pliae of tho dairy In
dustry. Well Informed men who nro pnr-
sonnlly and well acquainted with
Mr. I.ea say that It Is a most fortu-
nate. thing thnt wo have a candldato
for nalry and I'obd Coininlsaloniu'
who is so thoroughly ipjallfloil for
Wo slnroroly hope nnd trust that
every voter will regardless of party
cast his ballot for Mr, A. 11. I.ca.
CITY TAX! RATES
One or two passengers one mllo
I - V ''
ICncli additional pnssnngcr
Ono or two pannougors three-
fourths mllo Go
Hauh additional pnssongor
thereafter ,. 20
Ono or two pasHoiiBors ono-
half mllo 50
Kuch additional - passenger
thereafter .. . .'. '. 15
Ono or two paKsoiiBors from
all hotels to hospital 100
Kach additional passenger
thereafter .- ..-, .. 25
At any other point, loxcept on di
rect road to hospital, .a calling or
dlsmlHHal charge wlJItho made, on ull
trips, to hospital.
Waiting tlmo top qntK for ovory
four mluutos or 11,50 por hopr,
Monthly uccountst charged to re
Under nq j'lrciuiiRtHiicQR will ac
counts bo charged ,to any ono with
out first making said urraugouioutH
with tho tiianageinont.
Our drivers nro Instructed lo col
inct faro from ivusongers at thu end
of each trip,
Wo omploy sober and competent
chauffeurs who nro Instructed to
show every courtesy to our jiatrous.
Our nlm Is to gvoyou rjulclt and
COURT" IIALU Mb'r.
TO THE VOTERS
n tustlcc of llio I'oatc, Aftttidlng
to Law, Shall llnin a I'mluer lo
pine 1 1 to In lilt (Nun t
I am a candldato on tho democm
Ho ticket for Justice of tho I'oaco,
for tho district of Modrord.
Blnco tho tluui I bocamo old
enough to vote I luno affiliated
with republicans, but at tho last
primary election In this city, I wns
without knowledge or solicitation
whatever on my part, nominated as
candldato on tho democratic ticket.
Afterwards at tho solicitation of
ninny republicans and democrats of
Mcdford, I ncccplad tho nomination,
nnd tun now a cnndldnto for the of
fice of Justice of tho Peace, and If
elected will oxorclno the duties of
that office according to tho law and
to tho host of my ability,
I boliovo. In fairness and that tho
laws of tho state should bo uphold,
and by public officials as well as
by private citizens. And the Jus
tice of the I'oaco of Mcdford dis
trict has no more right to disregard
tho law of tho stato pertaining to
his office, than ban any Individual
to disregard tho law.
Tho code of tho State of Oregon
at I'nrngrnpli P17 among other
llilugH provide Hint "no Justice of
tlio nneo or county Judgo or otliyr
Judicial officer shall tiitvo a partner
who shall pructlco law or act as at
torney lit the court over which ho
(1. O. Taylor, tho republican can
dldato for till office Is tho Junior
partner of the law (Inn of Cnrklu &
Taylor of this city.
This provision of the codo which
provides that no Justice of tho peace
shall have a partner who shall -prae
tlco law or act ut attorney In his
court, Is a Inw of the people ami
should he obsorvod by the Justlco of
tho pence, ns wull ns any other Inw,
and In spirit and letter ns well.
If I am elected to tho office ol
Justice of tho 1'caco, I promise the
people of Mcdford district that 1
will conduct this office In accord
nuco with tho law, atuUthut I will
not have, nor will 1. permit any part
ner of mlius to uppuar Jn, ns attor
ney, or to bring any suit or other
action, lu my court, ns has been done
lu tho Justice Court or this district
during tho Inst administration.
(Paid Advt.) H. A. (WNAUAY.
Steam and Hot Water
All Wnrk Ourtitfa
COFFEEN & PRICE
tS Howard Block, Intranet on Oth St
FINE TEETH MAKE A
but nhnpoless, iiiiovmi; or blackened
teeth spoil tho 'prettiest features.
Kvery Klrl should tnko tho greatest
caro of her teeth they will bo part
of her beauty eupmenl when she
grows lo he a woman. Wo make a
specialty of "training thn teeth"
from childhood up, and also do every
kind of Dental work lu a superior
manner, but at very roaHouablo
Over Daniels for Duds. Pacific
Phono 2528, Home Phono 252-IC
Lot on Summitt
Near Main St.
WATER AND SEWER
This is a Real Snap
Wo will build you
a Houflo on It on
MEDFORD REALTY AND
BI Surprise to
Many in Mcdford
Local people nro nurprlHod at thu
lJUUMC results received from simple
buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., iih
utlNod In Aillor-l-ka, tho (Ionium tip
peudlcltlrt remedy. L. M. IIiihIiIiih,
drugglAt, slates that this wimple re
medy anllHopllclzos the illgoallvo )
tein and drawn otr tho Impurities ho
thoroughly that A HINU1.K 1103H re
llovon sour stomach, gas on . Him
stonach and constipation INSTANT
LY. VOTE FOR
G. A.' GARDNER
If elected, will carefully scrutinize
the needs of tho office and muko any
changes that will help' to nystumatlxo
the work, without unnccenHiiiy ex
pouso to the county. Duties per
formed according to law. Hue courte
sy to all visitors or luiiulrles. lliul-ucMS-lIke
Republican nominee and voluntarily
endorsed by prohibition party, Can
didate has been resident and business
man of Talent for several years,
rervlug tho public lu various ways.
Home vote In April primaries lOi!
out of lit voles enst for republican
candidates tor county clerk.
NO. ON OITICIAL UAM.OT HI)
70,000 apple, 2:t,00u pear, 2000
cherry, 2000 walnut, 10,000 pruno,
extra heavy heavy grades, one year
old trees, leading varieties, true to
name. Crown without Irrigation.
Will rnnipnro with the best tree lo
bo found nnywhoro. Prices low.
Satisfaction guarniitoc'il, Send for
our list before plnrlitg your orders.
Adrcss N. I), llancy, Milwaukee,
IX you tlou'l sew thu
hook in tho' window
tViii1 want' ccft'ric Jlih
;unl aslc I'oril.
wi: iiavdli: ALL
and meet nil cut or club rnlos
which aro advertised or of
fered by any company. Do
ubles wo glvo you a special
norvlcu which you do not not
If you send direct to publish
AT ASHLAND .VATATOItlPM
Is oiiDii every ulKht, excepting
(laud iiiiihIc Tuesday, Thiirmluy and
00 acres, nix mllo from Medford
good graded rond crossos tho tract,
nil froo soil, nt 50 par aero, $1000
will handlo, easy terms on balance
Part Is crook bottom land, iiiltahlc
for alfalfa. Several spring on the
placo. Timber enough to pay for the
tract. No bulldlngi, In tho Griffin
W. T, York & Co
WHERX TO OO
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UOSTWICK AND IIAMIOI.PII
lllg comedy net entitled
TDK OIIOIU'H (IIIIL AND 'NIK
A draiiiatliiiitloii of tho bciiullful
souit-poein "Juut a Smu; at Twilight"
Tin: i.om:i.ini:ss oc tiii: hills
Indian d i aula
tIPHNINd OP THi: V. M. C A.
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tiii: mo swop
Herewith wo give ou a list of seven
big foaturo photoplays which will bu
on exhibition lu thu near future.
(Tako this ouo for tustauce)
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As You l.lko It a reels. ,
The DIlKhtcd Hon I reels. , .
The Lion Tamer's HotoiiK
1 reel it.
Don Jiiiiii and Churleti V
Kile ut Sea--2 lorls.
Thn Man Hunt 2 reels.
Tho Mills of thu !odn :i reels.
And still more coming can you
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A WOMAN OK AIH.O.VA '
sturdy weHtctn drama Kssauay.
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Perfect ventilation unit comfort
Splendid Program Today
A Dig Two Keel Sensation
Scott's Immortal tale, u rattling
Kood story of Scotch suniKKlers, gyp-'
slcs, a lost heir and charming wo
A Troinoiidoiis Western Photoplayi
Portrayed by tho famous lllsoii
'TIIK vCOTTO.V l.VDUHTItV"
Another of our luterciilliig Kduca
"iiHiNio.v wi:i:k jn i:li town"
AL HATHKIl lu Now Kong
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Host MiihIu In tho City,
Coming Features i
Kings lu Hxllis'i a muster fllin7"lunl
Ing with the Prouclt rovulutlou, In ,
two reels, November 8 and 0.
yi3 will mail you i
for each not or old Kalso Tooth sent
u. Highest prices puld for old dold,
Sliver, old Watohoi, Drokon Jowolr
nnd Precious BtonoR,
Monoy Bout by Ilotiirn Mall.
Pblltt. Hmclllng &, Heflnlog Company
KatablUhod 20 Year
H08 Chestnut HI., PlilbidelphU, v.
To DeiitlNU ,
We will buy your (lold Flllnn,
Gold Scrap, mid Platinum, Hlgbeat