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MEPTonn mtttt; TUTBrnTrc, MEDFonP, onrcqox.MONnAv. NovKMinsn . 1012.
Mf. M. I miller mid Mm, H, (litildls
Of ilOKublllK, WOI'0 In MiHlfoul Inst
week visiting Mr, mill Alr K. I'.
(Inddls. Mih, imhlor anil Mih, Und
din urn grand niollior iuhI mother,
lotipoctlvflly of Mr, (ladillii.
Mr, mid Mi'H. 0, V, fliiiltli, ot Mor
1 tnvltto, VJ hnvi been In Mcdfoid
Hiviinil ilnys, guests nt thu Hotel
M oil foul,
I'or" KdoiltioM nko, havu It, A.
Iloliiiofl, din insurant o limit wrlto
your Insurance. Mr Knows how,
Minn Mnt')' Hopper, of Ashlntid,
wliu has been vlnllliu .H Mod ford
with Mr. ami Mrs, H, I.. Leonard, re
turned to her homo Huudny.
Tlm ladles (if thu Clirtnilnn cliuruh
will servo chicken illiiiinr it ml supper
election ilii)' In tlm Deuel building on
Mulu street. lly
Mrs. H. H. MiikIU visited Ashland
rrluiuU over Sunday.
Mrs. Win, lingers of Ashland, vis
ited. liiNt Week with Mr. (111U Mm. J,
i:. Woodruff, nt JOS I West Truth
'John It, Cnrklu, ropubllrnn iioinl.
Win. JoiiiiIiikh or Little Applognto
spent Halurdiiy In Mndforti,
Col, It, 0, Washburn mid M, II,
ChiiHii won recent vlitlloin In our
!:, II, HIoiiqiiiiiii of tlm Kill creek
hatchery tnifisnclnd business In
John II, Cnrklu tliu Medford nt
tonioy U 0110 of tho rcpiihtlcnn nomi
nees for statu ruprr-ituiitiitlva from
Jackson county. Pnld Ail v t.
l,o win Ullich, II )OIIII; huslUt'HS
liiitu of Jacksonville, In ii cniidlduto
for county troaBUror. Hit wuh In
charge or tlm orflcii iiuriiiK i. 11.
Miller's second toriu mid gnvo gen
John II. (hirhln, riipulillciiii uoiiil
Jobn II. llollliiKor of Mcdford lit n
viwidldiltn for conslnblo In tho Med
fold dlfitilct. Ho I a a uatlvo koii or
Jackson county, son or n pioneer
nrul well qualiried lor tho position.
Ho Is it deputy United Blntes mnr
shall and f i iiiIMm r with the duties ot
n peine offlo, Am republican nouil
neo for sheriff ho bade a good run
twb watt ago
Watches lopnlred. Heo Carl
JcfcIiIio tint old reliable watch
iinilmr In loom 10, I'nliii building,
opposite Nnsh Hotel, 217
(' Ulhvoitr returned Monday
fH'tn an -(teiiHlvo hiiutliiK trip In
the Krzler ilver country In llrltlnli
Tho Hotel Holland iIIiiIiik room
TOU VELLEjS FAVORiTE
(Continued from pako l.)
neo for Mtatit repriiHontntlvo mipeiiml w" b" 0"'" ''"'"'I")' "IkIu until It
n No, 7.1 on tho Imllot. Volo 7a X
J, II. Carkln. I'nld Aiht. 4
John II, Kllpe of I'orllnuil and
(Iforim ItlKtium of Ot-Kou City hnvo
reliiriied from u MiicceKMful hunting
trip to tlm Unipiiua mid i;' creek
hllU nud lenvo for homo thin cvoiiIiik.
Mr. mid Mrn. W. T. (Jrlnvn, Mm.
Knlu Horrittiiii nml Mm. It. Ktiuls of
JiirkHonvllli) visited friend UvIiik In
tllmixea fitted without iivn or
druj;. Dr. Itlckert, over Kont
Mm. J. N tin iui nud her duiiKhlerx,
Mm, J. IttiHiiell mid MIhh Krmicoi
N'uiittii motored oer front' Jackiou
Arthur (lenry, a prominent Mtudeiil
of tho (lulvemlty of Orrguii, who Iiiih
Ikmui lookliiK allor IiIk fnthrr'n hor
tlculturul liiUruiitM on tlrlffln crook,
returned to KtiKeiin thin evenlni?.
CouiIiik, hlKCNt hit or tho yonr.
litnldo Imnehnllt Wutrh ror IjIk
Kniim hetneen llonton ami Now York
ul .MciUord Hook Klore,
Mm, J. I). Ilrowu of I'errydalo hnit
rettirnod from n vhttt with Mm.
M. Htnlth of HlerlliiR.
Mr. and Mm. l.ylc Yockey of Anh
laud hnvu been vlnltlnu rnlntlvcn llv
InK In Medford.
Onk nml hnrdwood It. CO and It.. 00
por cord. Gold Itny nenlty Co.,
Sixth nml Kir.
I., J. CrnlK or Wollen tarried u day
In Meiirorod recently.
Mlm Attn Nn)lor or Kit it I'ranclH
ro In thu Kuent or her winter. Mm. 11.
(JeorRp Dietrich, who hnii been en
RUKcd lii tnluliiK In StqrllttK dlntrlct.
In OKnln u rcHldent or Medford.
f3P0fl.no or fraction thonjof to
loan on Improved country rent-en-tnte
nt current rntcn. Cnrklu &
Tuylor, Jacknoit County Dank IHdj;..
llnrtnnn D. Powell or KkIo Point
wnit amouK Ills Medford frlundri Hun-
SlSiUKiU.lUP .lr..J!.V,v. Oqo..vI.U8ol,lt.iof.
Innurniuo compnuy.. Newport, N. H are lit Mcdrord, bv
neofor tttn'to repreHeiitntlve uppuam
nit No. 73 on tljo ballot. Vote 73 X
J. II. Cnrklu. Paid Ailvt.
Mm. l'rcd AdnniN, of CiiKene, In
til Medford vMUuk hor nUler, Mm.
Mm. Ii. C, Kinlth, en route from
Drain. Ore., to Han 1'rNUcUco.
tttopped off In Medrord Huturdny tor
mi over Hiiuday vlnlt with Dr. nud
Mm, 0. C. Van Hioyoc, lit SOU Bottth
OinitKO utreet. (
Millinery mite, My regular price
are n low nx other'n uale price.
I'rlce of nny hat In the nhoi 13. 18.
A lot of itlio dret lint fl.UN nud
'i.VH, Home Millinery 1101 Weal
litli ntreet, Opxii evenlnuM, till
Mm, II. W. Leonard, of Anlilnml
wuh In Medford Hnturduy vImUIiik her
Mr. mid Mrx. M. M. Taylor of
Jncknomllle, worn In Phoeul Hint'
dny for a brief tUlt to MIn Marlon
'lowne. who recnitlly rcrurned to
Jackmiu county rrom Ani Arbor,
Mich., whuru li it tinet been attending
Vapor bntlm nud ncleutirio innnnnm
11.00 for men and women. Dr. II.
J. Lock wood, chlropructcr nnd norv
itpeclall't, 203 Unrnotl-Corey Hide,
phono Home 145,
Mm. C. II. Di'iilmin led Kiimlay
for n rew uiontlm' lt to her nlHter
In Halt Lake City.
J. P. llnleli
who hnn been nt work In KoitoburK
mid DoiiKlna county for oevoral
weekN, returned Hiinday to hla homo
Trimmed IihIh reduced 20 to 33 1-3
per cent. Ahreiix. r.i3
Cllfrord M. ThompMiii. formerly
proprietor or tlm five ami ten rent
More In Medrord, luTt Holiday for n
itevcral week' bintino trip to Minn
oapoIlM, Minn. Mr, ThompHon ex
pecia to iikiiIii eiiKiutu In biuluena
III Medford provided lie can Hecure
n dexlrnblo bimlnena location.
H. A. Nownlt, Utile uitor, 4th
door M. P. A II. bhlK.
Mr. and Mm. M. CleiiieulH. of
(irniita I mm, were In Medford Hntur
duy nml Holiday, kuchIh of Mr, mid
Mm. II. Ilrown.
To, iiinni iln)H or (ho 110.00
Tailored Hull uule. Ahrenii. 103
J. It. (Dou) It.inn and fniiilly loft
Htinday fur Vancouver, 11, C,
where Mr. Ityan la cnj,u;ed In btutl
liens. Through hoiiio ovcmli;ht or other
Attorney John II. Carkln, familiar
ly known to hla frleiuln nn John, up
(team on the ballot ror atatu ropre
nontatlve thlu rail iih J, II. Carkln.
Mr mid Mm. A, L. TIioiiiiih, of
Newport, Ore., left Medford tor their
homo Monday morning. Mr. Thomim
la tho fatuotiii ugnto man or Newport
mid ho and Mm. TIioiiiiih havo boon
putting lu n wcok'a time out north
mid mint or Medford hunting thn rnro
btoites whluh abound In that Nootlon.
Mm, A. C. Notli loft on No. 20
Monday morning ror a wouk'N vlhll
with rnlatlvev In Cottage llrove.
One mil rack or tailored huUh
moiilly nmull hhea, uettuil vaIiioh to
fIS.SO, Tueitdny mid WednuHday,
V10.00. Altruu'u, 103
Albert Htnltlt or I'ltoeiilx wuh ii
Medford vlaitor Htinday .ovonlng.
Much la being mild about the third
term; yet .1. M. Crouomlllor In a
I'miilldatu ror county iroumtrur ror
tho fourth term.
Oak nud haruwood f 4.60 and f 5,00
por cord, Gold Hay Realty Co.,
Sixth mid Kir.
When you go Into tho booth on
iilouttim. day remember that Lowlu
Ulrloh'H number on tho ballot In 103.
Bay VhOB liri
Wlfbt rsoatil V. W, Watka ton
A. a. On,, MM
lug been railed hither by tho lllficas
ot their non, Corbln Kdgon,
John II. Cnrklu or this city Ii
running for atnto ropreacntntlvo from
JnckHou county. I'nldt Advt,
Hprngiio Itleget or tiohr Mill una
among (ho many who worn lu Med
rord during thn week,
T. C. Law ol Willow Spring pre
cinct hnn Jut completed n fine,
Mm, L. Ilitudy who underwent nn
operation at tho .Sacred Heart lion
pllnl, nlll hoou be able to return
to her home, Dr, Couroy wau thu
Dr. Etlckcrt, eyeslgbt Rpeclullat,
over Kcntnrr'a. No drops uaed.
CJIvo n competent, worthy young
man a ehnitrc by electing Lewis Ul
llch or Jackhomlllo county treatt
urcr. You wi, not regret It.
ICiueHl Wuldou, who bait been a
rettldout or Kldormlo county, Cal,,
during thu pattt olovoit moiitliK, Is
back ngntu on a vlalt.
Try a Vapor bath for that cold. Dr.
It, J, Lockwood, Garnet-Corey Uldg..
phono Ilomr, US,
MIhs Anna Catoit of Central Point
vIhUoiI her Medford frlcnda Hutur
dny. Whltcomb Field, who Ih develop
ing a big laud proposition near Ituhu-
burg, Ik lu Medford,
Charlea HooNold or Lnko creek
watt lu Medrord n few days nlnco.
Hlx mid n half yearn of coiitluutiH
office holding ought to bo enough
tor anybody, yot J. M. Crouomlllor
wanla rour lornin of tho county troaH
uror'a offlco and perhaps more. Ih
thlH not an iiurcuHonablo dommid?
Frltx Hiimiuuruly mid other (lold
lllllem tipuiit Huiidiiy night lu Med
rord, W. 11, Do'.eng, n well known min
er. Iiiih boon Htop)liig lu thin uautlou
lor n row ihtyH, Ho la developing
proportion In ML Sterling mid othqr
Hlaklyou illtttrlctH, ,
Votit for Lewis Ulrleh or JackMon
vlllo for county treasurer. Ho will
mako uu ItuiieHt, computonl, accom
modating official. Ho will appre
ciate It greatly.
V. Ourvlii or Talent tarried a fow
houm In Mudford Huturdny,
Mr. Lowry, mi experienced meat
cutter, baa taken u poaltlon In Lotila
llell'H now hutehurahop. Ho was
umployod In thu City Meat Market
whoii John llunioburg owuud It eight
It, II. Puraoiia of Ulllcrost orclmrda
loft Htinday for a fow duya vlalt lu
C. Wtt "ml family loft Mouduy
morning ror u vlalt to Sun Frnn-uUco.
p, in, for tho accommodation of
palrotiH who may denlro to henr tho
luteal election letlirna which will
bo given out and pouted an they ure
received. Phono or lenvo order ror
reservation or Inblen. im
Mm. L. J. Hlmpitou, or North
lleiid, Oregon, arrived In' Medrord
Monday ror a vlalt to Mm. llclon
Mr. mid Mm. M. W. Btewnrl, ot
Jacksonville, I'lorliln, arrived In Med
rord Monday morning for n vtitlt to
W. I, Drown and family nt 00.'. Booth
Any Mtittemeut r.nylug thai J hnvo
prurtlci'd nn an attorney before Mr.
Taylor, the prcaent Juatlco or tho
policy. In nhaolutoly liilae. (Signed)
JOHN H. CAUICIN. (Paid Advt.)
ChrlA Ootlleb will leave tonight
tor n row wreka' htialnrKH atay In
KntiHrtB City, Mo,
Mr. mid Mm. H. L. Crum, nnd non
and dnughter, rrom Codnr FallH,
Iowa, who Imvu been In Medlord vis
iting It. II. Crum nml family, lert
Monda) ror Onklnnd, Cal.
Mr, and Mm. A. O. Puller and son
took train No. 13 Monday morning
lor a visit In Hnn rrnnclaco.
Any htntomeiit anylng that I hnvo
practiced iih an attorney before Mr.
raylor, the present Juatlcc or the
peace. In abaolutely fnlae. (Hlgncd)
JOHN II. CAIIKIN. (Paid Advt.)
Mm, L. K. Loxler and her daughter-in-law.
Mm. J. W. Loxler, lert
Monday morning ror Port Hock.
Oregon, nenr which place their hus
liaiiila hnvo homeatcuda. They will
bo met nt Klamath I'ulla by their
huabuudn and rrom there they will
travel with teanta ocr 100 miles.
Mr. and Mm. W. II. Htownrt mid
Mm. J. M. Kceno will leave Tueitdny
Tor n pleasure and business trip to
Any fctntament saying that I havo
practiced bh nn attorney bcrorc Mr.
Taylor, the jircsent. Justice or tho
pence. Is absolutely fulsc. (Signed)
JOHN II. CAIIKIN, (Paid AdvL)
Miss ChrlstlnaMcLcan. of. Han
cock, Mich., who has boon In Med
rord ror n couplo or weeks on n vlalt
to hor brother-in-law and nlator. Mr.
and Mrs. F. W. Pnync, returned to
her homo Htinday.
It. (i. Smith, mayor or Grants Pnes,
will upcak on Woman's .Suffrage lu
Hnymnrkcl .Square In Medford to
night nt 7:30 o'clock.
Dr. J. tl. Onblo mid J. M. Fisher
returned Saturday rrom a suvcral
weeka travel ovor Idaho nnd Mon
tana. They wore exceedingly well
pleased because or tho rnct thnt tholr
work nnd travel In thoso states wub
nt mi end and thoy could return to
Medford. H thore nro people- here
who ham nny roollsh notions lu
their heads that Medford and this
Hoguo rhcr valley are not Just what
they ought to bo they should Union to
the stories of conditions, both cli
matic mid commercial which those
gentlemen have to toll or tho couu
ti) ovor which thoy Iihvo traveled,
Mm. J. T. Cudmore. or Walla
Walln, Wnsh., who was taken III on
train No. IS Inst Friday nud wuh
taken to tho Sacred Heart hospital.
la reported by tho intending physi
cian, Dr. Plckol. to ho Improving
and will bo able to resume hor Jour
ney to Los Angeles with hur husband
lu n fow days.
Mrs. L. P. lllack nnd- daughters
have ruturned rrom Portland and
ii ro now occupying Mrs. (5. F.
Hutchasoii's 203 Olson street homo,
pail ol Mr. Toil Velio who flint a
complii'iil churning en'mlnnl libel.
.Mr. Ton VcIIu'h nlrmgt lien In (ho
I'net Unit lint Inxpnjerh or (ho county
linwt nillli'i! I liim us tlm mmi lie-t
lilleil In iiilmfnibtcr the public Imihi
iicxh of JnekHOil county liming the
next four jenr. He Iiiih drawn Hup
poit from t'ery Itntty, IjihIiicAskioii
fuveiiiu: hliu frrcsM-cive of ulllliu
lioiiM with nny polilienl orguniziitlon.
It Ik eoiieeiled tlutt .hulge K. ii,
Kellev will be Hio next iironeouliiif"
iitloniov of Hi'h tlilrii't which cm-
liriU'i'H JiH'kMoli nod Josephine coun
ties. Opposed to Mm In Herbert llnii
nit, H'publii'nii, nml J. A, Lemery i.f
AmIiIiiikI, prohibition!-!, Mr. Kelley
in verv tniitr " Huh futility tl i"
Johephiite. He hits iiinile n thorough
oiiiiviik covuriuj,' all hcclioiiH of Hie
Hbeiirr Ittte (Iom)
The race between Sheriff .June
nnd AugtiHt I). Kiitfler i very close.
Aihocnles of cnitli man clnim a hhnde
hut neither nro making u deliulle
eliiiru of election. .Slieuff .lones Iiiik
made u hplciidid olllcinl nml lm
iimiiy friendrt thronj-bout the eoiiuty
ITe has however rnadu hut a slight
ciiiiviin of I ! county, while Jfr. Silk
ier has uiiide it Ihurough mid com
plete tour of nil' the precinct. Koine
money has been wagered on this but
tle with no uiMh bein considered mi
The legislative fijdil it between
elht men with two (ifllcc to fill.
Moe Hiirkdull mid J. A. Westerlund
mu fnvoritert with Hugh DeArmoiid
ftillowin i'Iokc. I)eAniioiidV friends
claim that he will licut Wclerluiid
and ore offering money In that ef
fect. John Curkiu, Wchtciliind'K
riiuuin mate, lias nut maile a cnui
tiiti'Mt and neither lime the sneiuliKtri
Clarence Ilcamcs run heavily
nhead or C. K. Whlaler lor Joint rep
resentative In this county. Itcporta
Iront Douglas county arc to tho ef
fect that Whlslor will carry that
county but It la not believed that he
will be abbs to overcome the lead
Itcnmca Is certain to have In this
Tho raco for county clerk between
A. Gardner and V. II. Miller is
ARM IN HUNTING
A shot gttu accident befell Nor
man Morrcll, n Medford high school
student, Hundny which may result In
htm losing his right arm.
Merrill mid Kcth Ilalley of this city
wero hunting quail about four miles
north of Central Point and had got'
ten nearly the limit of birds but wero
keen to get Just two more which
had flown over a wire fence Into
a nearby field mid In getting over
tho fence In quest or them Merrill
pulled his gun after hi m with his
right hand near the muzzle end. Tho
trigger caught a wire and the gun
was discharged, the whole charge
taking effect In tho right forearm en
tirely severing the flesh and muscles
of thnt member from thu wrist to tho
With tho assistance of Dally Mer
rill was gotten to a nearby farm
bouse where he fainted from loss of
blood. Dr. McDowell of Central
Point wns Hiimmoncd and the wound
was given n temporary dressing and
the young man wan resuscitated and
brought to Medford mid taken to the
Sacred Heart hospital where a mora
thorough examination was made and
the wound' dressed anew by Dr. Por
ter of this city. There is no cer
tainty thnt he will not lose his arm
nor can this bo determined for a
Young Merrill Is a son of Win,
Merrill, who lives on Oleson street.
He Is mi electrician and at present a
student In the Medrord high school,
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Yield to Yinol
Ker,lhiuy is in reiuliiiusH for the
generul eleetiun Tin'duy tuid the tiny
in Medford will ho of u hcmi-holidtiy
nature the hunks, mid Millions nil
being elo.M'd. F.loutionecniij,' will be
Mow Tuesday owing to thu operation
of the corrupt practice not but thoro
will no doubt bo hundreds of men on
tho hlrects throughout tho dny,
Predictions nro to tlm effect that
tliu houicst vote in the history of
thu oily mid county will ho polled.
Tint eouuliuir of tho ballots will hu
very Mow owiiuj to their length, How
ovor by midnight many contests will
proving a closo one with frlonds of
each man claiming the election.
W. T. Grlcro Is a favorite over
Martin McDonough for assessor al
though friends of Mr. McDonough
claim that ho Is almost certain to be
Hncc for Coroner
The race botweca A, II. Kellogg
cud W. W. UsliM la npretty one.
Usshrr'H friends claim that their man
will securo tho office. They have
used tho fourth term argument ex
tensively In the campulgn. Mr. Kel
logg tins made but a very limited
Odds nro ofrcrcd by the friends of
Fred L, Colvlg on his election over
itobert L. Taylor tor county record
er. Mr. Taylor however Is well
known through the county and hus
made a thorough canvas.
The race for the presidency In
Jackson county Ii a very closo ono
between Wilson and Itooscvclt. with
Teddy having a ihadc the beat of
thu chances according to thu book
Jonathan Hournc, Jr., will carry
Jackson county heavily ror United
States senator as be In drawing from
Republican and Democratic ranks.
Ho Is tho most popular candidate ot
tho six lu tho field.
A record voto will be rast Tues
day In Jackson county. It Is ex
pected that the heaviest voto will be
cast for county Judgo as tho great
est Interest centers lit that tight.
I want my former friends mid
patrons to learn that I am working
nt Bummorvllln's barber shop, oppo
alto P. O. (Signed) Hilly Schulz.
llie medical profession does not
believe that consumption Is Inheri
ted, but a person may Inherit a weak
ness or tendency to that disease.
A prominent citizen or Hvausvlllc,
Ind writes: "I was III t or five
mouths with a pulmonary trouble,
and hnd the best of doctors; I had
hemorrhages and was lu a very bad
way. Through tho advice of a
friend I tried Vinol. and I feel that
It saved my life. It is all you rec
ommend it to be. I be'levc It is the
greatest medicine on earth. I have
ndvlscd others to try Vinol, aud thoy
hnvo had tha samo results." (Name
furnished on request.)
YlnoI soothes and heals' tho Iri
flanied surfaces and allays tho
cough, Vinol creates mi appetite.
strengthens tho digestive organs and
gives the patient strength to throw
off incipient pulmonary diseases.
Try a bottle of Vinol with tho un
derstanding that your money will bo
roturncd If it does not help you.
Do you waul county warrants at'
Do you want a do something
par? policy or a do nothing regime?
If elected, I promise to see they I stand for progressive policies
are put there, by giving the county! along conservative lines; a tfollaVa
an economical aud cfficlont business ' worth or benerit for every dollar cx-
Do you want all parts of the coun
ty to get a square deal In road work?
Not an entirely closed throttle, not
an open wldo ono. but open enough
If elected, I promise I will devote to satisfy actual needs and closed
my entire time and energy to the ' tight enough to prevent waste and
ofrice and will personally see that ' extravagance,
every section gets what rigtittully'
belonp to It. (Paid Advt.)
Candidate for Re Election
NO MORE DISTRESS
It's such a simple matter to get rid
ot stomach distress that its great
prevalence can ouly bo accounted tor
Keep a row MI-O-'XA Stomach
Tablets with )ou all tho time anu
tako ono with or utter meals. Thoy
will Mirely prevent rermcutattou.
heaviness, sour uess or any stomach
No matter how long or how severe
ly you havu buffered from Indiges
tion, Gastritis, Catarrh of tho Stom
ach or Dyspepsia, MI-O-NA Stomach
Tablets ir taken regularly will end
your mlbory nnd put your stomach
In first class shapo, or money back.
Largo box for f0 cents at Charles
Strang's and druggist everywhere
Freo trial treatment from Booth's
MI-O-NA, Ilurfalo, N. Y.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR KKNT Ouo 5 room modorii.
Ono ! room modern, partly fur-
' nlshod house?1' Inqulro 7H W,
' Pttlm St, 213
H. K. HANNA
For Prosecuting Attorney
Son of the Into circuit Judgo who for 25 )ears occupied tho
circuit court bench or this district Is again strongly endorsed by
tho Jauksouvlllo Post.
Following Ih mi unpaid and uiisulliitod editorial appearing In
tho JuckBonWIlo Post or Novomher '2, 1012:
"II. K. llanua docs not poso as tho frloud of criminals nor as
"a man who can successfully do fond crooks," but ho does stand tor
thu enforcement of all criminal laws, fairly and Impartially nud
without unnecessary expense to tho taxpayer. His ability aud
knowledge of tho law, court procedure, etc., Is unquostlonod In
fact ho Is considered ono ol tho best Informed ltiwyors In tho dis
trict aud tho pooplo of Juckson aud Josephine counties will bo ex
ceedingly tortunato If thoy Booure his services "as public prosecutor
for thu noxt four years.
Horn and raised In Jacksonville, his character 111111 attainments
n credit and honor allko to himself mid his birthplace, II. K.
Hunna Is doserrlng ot tho votes of every olector lu both precincts
or tho city, Voto 63 X.
Kloct llauna tor prosocutlng attorney nud there will ha no
criminals occupo trial und punishment on account of dofectfvo In
dictments or dilatory tactics In tho prosecuting nttoruoy's ofrice."
Mr. Itagshaw, editor ot tho Jacksonville Post, Is n practicing
lawyer ot this district and Is lu a position to judgo Hanna's
qualifications. (Paid Advt.)
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Sheriff Wilbur A. Jones
Probably thoro Is not In tho en
tlro list of offices to bo filled at tho
coming election so Important nn of
flco to tho entire people of tho coun
ty than tho offlco of county shorltr.
It is to this otrico that ovory tnxpay
or of tho county must come at least
onco a year, while tho sheriff has ab
solutely nothing whatever to do with
fixing olthor thu ruto of taxation,
tho valuation of the property or tho
amount of taxes required to bo paid
yot ho la tho orricor who Is under
our present systoui charged with
tho duty und tho responsibility or
Any man to rill this otrico success
fully must not ouly havo Bound busi
ness ability but ho must possess that
peculiar qualification at bolng ablo
to moot tho pooplo In tho right spi
rit, imd tho wish to assist thorn In
straightening up the many discrep
ances aud irregularities that cruep
Into tho assessment roll without any
fault whatever of tho sheriff.
Sheriff Wilbur A. Jones has bco;i
tried out by the pooplo ot Jackson
county. Jackson county will mako 11
mistake it thoy do not ro-oloct him;
ho Is too valuable a public servant
Full election returns of tho
Will be read in the Lobby and Dining Room at Hotel' '
TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 5th
Dining Room Open Until 12 P. M.