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ASHLAND AND VICINITY
Ol'tii'ial iiiiuoiini'i'iiii'iil- 1 tlit. lor-1
iiial 'iiiug of Lltliiu imrk uiul it
uliulinry pleasure ffti t n 1 1- nic be
iiiw circulated, imw llmt all niriiuge
iiii'iit". nte j'itlier iirat'lk'nllv eoutplet
oil or well under way. The tnniii
exeats include tht c coloal imiiide.
liii'ludmic (uceii l.ithitiV Triiiirfh,
which will be mi iinlHtrinl i'Xiol
tioit; tin- Flo or Pageant, inuoiHirat
ing elaborate decorative effects
King Sulphur ami Children, nonfilled
to comic uiul mirth. The Kogiio River
Roundup will rival Pendleton' bt'-t
liilofi mul xH.'i'ily mount- in u repio
iliit'linH ol' the annual event which
Inns mil ih' Pendleton' name fammn
t'ontiiiiiou concert h.x tlif leading
IiiiiiiIh or Southern Otogon il fur
mull n ciirnixnl T uiuiful nceninMiiit
mi'iilni'whlli' UittV fninnii lirework
will nU'onl a HM.'tneuliir p.xrotecti
nie ilb-play t Ihi' bund of t'XMrt
who illuminated the night hv at San
Fraiii'ifico diiiinir the exposition jier
ioil. Minor oiitti tfiiiitnonf will be
I'liilli'MK in variety, t'olleetivelx thee
uttrni'liuiih go to innVo up, Ahlnnd'a
throe groat lUtyn of practical dcmoit
stmtiiHi login-ding thi' miiii'ral -pi inj.'
installation, combined with plcnsiiro
mul jollity srnlovi', the dates being
.Inly I, . ami (I. Tiiowliiy, Wedneeduv
Ki'iiiii'tlt Williams, mii'inplo,ii1 al
Kliimulh Full, i here torn i-it with
hi paiou!, .Mr. ami Mi. F. (I. Me
Willinni. I'lolimiimiy to a "Pri'pariHlui'nH
Salt' inaugurated hint Saturday
inoiitiitir, lti'i'bi' KinnoxV store wuh
closed n few dnv. Among attrac
tion in store window aiv a profu
sion of "mystery ihickhucs" duly
sealed ami imli'M'd under chisiiieu
lioii indicated for men and women
.'. W. Hoot a tut W. 1). I'nii'v eon-
toinplalu an t'Xt end I'd n tit it tout', tlu
lime of ilouflrhiio doMniling upon
vvonluor I'ondilioiiN, and thov may
stint on the first unit of the outing
thin week. Objective Kititw nre to
xisil old liumi' scone in Ohio tiinl
Michigan. Thuy go by wav of Kno
riinii'iilo ami Salt Uikc. their wixos
iiciMimptinsin lliciii. Ford in euoh
intiineo will bi thi our driven.
On Tliaiilay afti'rnooti, .him' 1. tin
mi'inhi'i'Mhip ol tlit .MiH-iitimrv xwiclv
ut thi' I'lcxliyli'iiiin I'him'h will picnic
in local jMikft, fiii'udn hitiitc inviti'd.
(1. W. Seotl, I'oniiBr. lenidi'iit ami
now of I'oilliiml. i- in town on mat
Iith I'oniici'tL'd ith piojMMty inU'ii'xt
I'tirpnl - Toai'liiT axociatioiiM
thnntltiMit the mi lie v to I In- numlH'i
f int'i' a woii' will oIimtm' Flair day
in llic Ahlniul mrk with appiopri
tf nuixiful uiul literary cxvivimjn in
ti'iiixod with a niiiltilicil of
ItauiPM. The imitation to iiltcnd it.
niadt' iri'iicral to all the orKanixiitiouo
in the MHitlu'iii ()ii'ttii ditricl.
In Miiill of tin Fourth of Jul
I'l'lehmtion hcii', thr ciH nutlioHtic.
lune waived juri-dii'tioii ri'iranlinit
fun'0iaiiH, iinurk di"pln and
the tvuulntioii of jitney liaffie in fa
orof the (piiein crU'bratioii eomunt
ivo, ('. F. lluti'". who iiuiiinui' the local
Ktockyanls attended to the lVt'diiiK
of thirty-one earloadx ot fat eaUle, in
till uer S'Jl head, while in transit lat
Thurila,v helween (hikdtilc, Ciil., and
Tneonia and Sent lie. eonoiutied to
UvetiH'k tk'aler ami itaekin e-lab-lihuii'iitN
of thoM- eitieo.
.Mr. and Mr. V. A. Turner rwtuiii
iil thtvliwt of Ilia week from their eii
toniary winli'rV May in oulheni Cali
fornia, riiiciMill at Loiik Ik'iieh.
Hnrl Kuhor i iiKiiin tiuiMirnriU on
the imliit' force o KiibtituU' for I'm
trolmaii Winier, ho i takiuif a hurl
layoff iucinVnt to rcniexinj: to a
tdimiBP of residence on Tcrrnei -Heel.
W. K. Vun AiiiImtk of lirooklMi. N.
Y aeerwlitiil reprcxenlatnc iln
Iiiiediititioual Ihhle Stndenl-' io-opiii-I
lm, arm eil here on Fi iil.n ' and on
S.lllllil.ix i,i(l .1 iiU' "I ,nlillee-
under a cheluli' .i- inn it u U J
M. I'ii-IiiIiiij 'Pn vi-itiii i tn,i--
IVE me hospitality befo the soup
an' a pipe o' VELVET after the
pie an' it don't matter much about the
rest o' the meal.
Htvr tind uei'-pn.'MiIent ot the 1. H.
llaiiin I.i llutijr of Sun Fiunei-en ii
Mituur In1 cousin. aminv Wan
I'htinyr. of the local Cliimvi' colon.
The latter i heir nppnri'iit to Wah
('Iuuik I. iren ot the tlowerx kmt-
doh in territory evtCMihiut from Ah
IhiiiI to SiiiM-amento.
Fruit men and all other interexted
met in the Coiniiipieial eluh iouiiih tin
afternoon ami in the aheiiee of V. F.
UunNctt, iroveimiienl official. ho wn
unable to till his cnam'incnt here,
liiteiieil to adilieMiOd from l,iofeoi.
Mel'herxon mid a'k of the Agneiil
lurnl eolh'ue at rorvnllii, on hoilit-
eultiiial topiex, iiiainh the atlaiitngi"
to fruit rn idol's in a mnW'iiu'iit lonkniir
toward the eo-opertitiu' feature in
Stunrt Saiinder.. wiuxhipful mailer
of Afthlniid Imlire N'o. 2:1. A. F. vV; A.
M., and Dr. V. K. IHake. titbit piiext
f SNki.Mm ehapter, No. 21, It. A. M.,
will ivpie('iit tiiee hodie at the
tH'iiml Imlgo ami fcitiud ehapter atli
erinjis the 00th and ."(ilh re-peetivelN.
whieh will eonxene at Albany thi
j ear. the tin tea heiiiK Jiuit' ."i-W, in
cluie. .Mim. Klxie Churehmiui.
worthy matron ot Alpha ehapter, No.
1, (). F S.. will lepri'M'Ht that hodv al
ilx (fraud ehapter meeting in I'ortlnml.
On Sat n i day eleu'ii earx of ea tile,
2H0 bead, were fed al Hie tockjuiidx,
bouiiil for Portland from California;
alxo a carload of hoir from Klamath
Fall eniixigiii'd to the xaiuc dextiiia
limi. Orniuille Van Vnotor, neeoiiiiMinii'd
by hi mother, It'll lt Fiiilnv for the
vicinity of Snn Fruneixeo to try the
cliunue of elimntc in hehalf ol the
A ehuit oak boariiiK n wealth of
eletulH'riiur ruxex instead ot mistletoe,
ix one of the flu nil attraetinn- to be
xeen on the Dunn homestead, on
Granite utreet, now occupied b F. A.
At the teeent session of the niaiul
IiHlge of Odd Fellow at UooburK.
(Jeorife W. Tielien'of this ntv as
elected deputy grand master, lie has
filled siicccxsiveh about all the ehairx
in the lucal MiilHirdinate and cnfuinii
iiient hotliex. Henry S. Westbrook of
I'ortlnml, is the new ttraiid iiiastei. In
the Itehekah at filiation, Mis. Nellie
Wuttoiihut-K ot Klamath IVIU is the
newly eluetcd jireh1ent ; (lenie Hurke
of (iiiiuts Fnsx, warden; Mrs. Made
lliiehaiian of HoseburK. conductm,
these beiiiK the officers allotted to
southern Oregon terrilor. There has
been a slight falling off in the mem
berxliip ol the subordinate urguiii.n
lioii throughout the state duiuii; the
On Satunlav monirng lat. . V.
I's-hei', liH'iil manager of the loeal tel
ephone exchange, talked oier long
dixtanee ith his brother. Dr. Clar
ence I'xsher, at ! Angeles. The
con versa lion wax strictly confidential,
the nords being heard h eerboila
as elenr ux n Ml. Dr. 1'nxber i ix
iting hix brother Charles m the south
ern California metropolis. He is a
medical missionary, leccntk xtatioaed
at Van. in Axinte Turkey, ami retum
ml to America by the wuy of ittixxja.
Me will kit u re in the Congregational
church here on July (I, depicting the
horrors of war as witnessed b him in
the Turkish dominions.
Yesterday wnx observed b Yreka
ax Memorial day, villi Itohert It. Nix
on in the role of orator.
On Kuiidav, Mav -'K, the Soul hem
Pacific cancelled the running of
eleven nnsseiiger I rains m extended
territory embraced on ilx Panlk
sxsti'ui. Two o ihcMallci Ashland,
Xos. .";! and t. and three Sacra
meuto. The remainder aie on the
lines luitht i south.
I). V. Cooluluc hoilleiilturixl of
note, ami who nmluets a uiu'ei' and
raie plant uaidens at Pa-udena, ix
ciuji.'cl hi a loin of wide iiivi'sltgii
lion, I he seoH' o hull will iiolvc a
tup .ill over llic I nited Ktule. He i
a liiuthei of i .1. It. CusPv of Ibis
citv, mid in the course ol ln tuiveU
will visit Ashhiiul wiliiin ,i lew week.
I.. T. Il'.ili, ,ii tin h. .i,i ol the
Ollllllilll.il ih .i i tmi in III llic local
lllh -I'lmiil. lilt Im I i.i Mi oil Sii
9 tf rri.tja.y-1
TKDK)RD MXTD TTilBUNE,
iirdux to take .i eonise in special in
struetioii at the state univerit.
Fiuishiiii; touches ale being applied
to "The Miingnlow" lunch and re
ftesliiiient pavilion, near the entinnee
to l.itbin pHik. It is a eumuiodious
stmetuii' and will he etpitpped with
every convenience, leadv to eater to
public dt'tmiudx on or about dune 1.
Waller Keoue ix lesxee.
Yexteitlny wn oberved ax Memor
ial SiiiiiIhv at the Congregational
ehureh. with a large uttendiiiiee of the
veteian element, in addition to the ac
tive military orgunintioiis and citi
xenx in teeueral. At the leading
churches- the morning xerviee hour
was devoted to the reception ol
iiiembetN bv confession of faith and
bv letter. The rite of biiptixm m
many instntieex wai alwo eonfened.
As n result of the leeont evniigelistic
meetings over 100 fining K'ople and
adults were added to the seveial
ehureh al filiations.
Mrs. Ikm Fitrximmoiix, wife of the
pugili-l. will speak in the Methodist
church on Monday evening, May 211.
Her tlumie will he "The Winning
Fight." n subject in keeping with ex
IH'rietiee gamed through Christian
(Oliver-ion. She will appear heie un
der the auspices of the social service
wotk of the Mi'tluxliiit ehureh.
Harold Frohbaeh, son of II. .
Frohbaeh, lelt on Thuixdnv for Mad-
ison, Wis., where he will enter the
state iniivcisitv. Harold was one of
the graduates of the Ashland high
scIumiI, eltiss of lUtti. He plan to
take a course that will fit him to en
ter the journalistic field.
Scandinavians thtonghoiit the val
ley will hold a midxiimmer fest in (he
local pinks on June 21. Though a
trifle late in the season for the clown
ing of a Max ipieeii, n sovereign will
be proclaimed in accord with all the
marry traditions which folio in the
wake of the xenial cquiuox.. A meet
ing wux held at Dr. F. 0. Swrnlen
hurg'n office in thix eitv lecently to
perfect itrrnigements. (). N. Xuhwu
ix president of the Seundinav iau cIhih
throughout southern Oifgon territory.
ami A. .1. Anderson is xeeietary. Mes-
daini'x F. (1. Swedenbiiiv, A. 11. Duv
enhill, K. A. Woods and Marx John
sou constitute H eonuuilteo which
have the main details of (he festival
in chin gc.
O I.. Irwin. Mr. anil Mrs. P. C.
Sltoll ami MIm Ora Walkur, all of
the owet station, fordml to Dorb
Saturday, the 20th, to moot Mr.
Knoll's daughter, livolyn, who has
lieeii unending neliool in Ashland
Dlnee last fall. They found several
miidliules. In one of which they stuck
for an hoar ur more. As It has ruin,
oii several time since, motorists
would do well to avoid tlm Derby
road until there has been a week or
so of good woatber. I.uke, the stage
driver, says there ain't no such thing
as good weather but ho U a pessi
mist. iau Aiken, r., took tho ideation
loturns from this precinct out to tho
county seat Saturday.
rriia farewell paity for .Miss (Cath
erine Hooting Ht the power station
Halurday evening was tho social
event of the season for this neck of
woods. School Runer Isor Polorsou
was present with his stHreojillron am)
showed a number of beautiful and
Interesting views which were groatly
KIMirtHiated The floor was then
cleared fur dancing and ever.vbodv
had a grand time until the wee small
hours. Hupper was served at eleven
o'clock. Music was furnished b.v Mr
and Mrs. Lewis of Persist, I.ee Kd
mondson and Lucius Kincaid. Kpace
forbids men t Ion of all those pieat'iu
but it was a reiord aasoniblage
Miss Katberina Dooling, Miss Win
ifred Walker aud Pat Walker drove
to Medford Huuda. They ml tended
the circus Monday aud on Tuesday
Miss I tooling left for her home in
Portland. Mr. Walker drove to Full
CretK, ('al , and Miaa Walker want to
visit rriends in Medford until the re
turn ol ber father Icier in Ibe weak.
TIhh wan the program when they left
line uud we presume they did all
nunc things but due allowance must
e mude for the effects a peanuts.
n i) lemonade and a long absence
1 1 inn town
Mr Verblc, with u crew o( wen,
iiiom ui to bis store on Colon Cmek
in his auto truck ttundav. The
ihmv snows of last winter wrecked
hi noif liuiiding and it will nave to
lie rebuilt Mr. Verblc returned to
Conur Kincaid bad "Itig I.i." the
-idK" auto back ou (be run Wedm-s-ilus
m spite of verv unfavoraMi
weather condition. He made the
run ii' Weduesdav afternoon and
aik Tbursdav (oicnoon all O K
uui failed lo show up at the unuat
time Tbursda evening A elepbone
missago at late hour spoke of a
iiieakdown near Peelor k Hlamb
ard s Aa an auto driver ou are s
punk steamboat man, I.uke Hack to
the alfalfa burners for ours uutll
the mud dries up.
t nele Ham has aeat tho two long
eared ietn of the forcstrv hpmIii- up
i j I i. rinter -a!i. in hi Mill iml
I'll' A ' I.U A l'l-lT ..illlil I I I
MTCPFOftD, OKT'dOX, MOMUV, Af W "0, 1016
surelv .it band Toi ilicac Mlsuri
ipiRdrupeilH, Itee-ltaw Maiiil and tlee
Ilaw Jack, herNlil!i tlm apiiroadi of
hot weather ami th flio neoii
You're as welconio the flowers
that shoulil have bloomed In Ma.v.
Maud ami Jack.
Mrs. Chan. Wlilker ha been visit
I UK In .MotUord slnoe Friday ot lat
week. Shu U e.iected back Sunday
Mrs Itertrum Karl Vdamx of ltork
Point was in Cold 11(11 Saturday
shoiplng nnd vlitlilug old time
friends. Mrs dams was tormortv
of Indiana liolls and alwa enjovs
speuiliug an afternoon with former
residents of (he Uoosler" statu.
(Martin Johnson and Ralph Dar
ling wont to Portland Frldnv night
on land not ami expects luvldontittly
to ride honiu In Martin's new car the
first ot the week
A. .1. Smith and Iteorge Lyman
ft'etuiiiod Frlda.v ufturnoon from
'Hoseliiug, having attended tho I. O.
.1. it. KcIkoj was a bUHluow visitor
to tlrantB I'naa Suliirday.
J. W. Hicks, accompanied h his
Hon Harry left Filduy night on Hi
for a visit at tho homo of his daugh
ter, Mm. Illmmel at Myrtle urcek.
Ilarrv will upend tho summer with
his sister nnd Mr Hlcka proceed to
Marshfleld Inter on. .too will ho
mlesed greatly around (told Hill ee
peelall.v vvliuu theie aie broken w liter
pipes, aa ho Is the only plumber ob
tainable. Miss l.ets Hodges, accompanied
by her liollxln. Miss lleinlce M)crs,
of Ashland, at whose home aha has
been visiting for several days, re
turned home Friday night on 16.
iMr. Flint returned Saturday even
ing to spend Sunday with friends at
this place. '
K. T. Simmons and A. Bchuermaii
began moving their flour and feed
atore into tho J. 1'. Hammersly store
building on Front street.
Miss llaxel Lowe, the 8ama vallev
teacher, went to her Ashland home
Krldax afternoon. It will be reinom.
bered that .Miss Ixiwe la engaged for
seventh and eighth grade work In
the Hold Hill schoool for net year.
Mrs. Tutu DuiiKcy and daugbler.
Kunlce, or Halls creek, went In town
shopping I'rtdnv. i
L. 0. Walker came up Saturday to
spend a day or two with friends In
Mlsa Vera Davidson tolurnad Bel
inda) from a visit with lola lives on
Mr. and Mis. .1. W. Meirlll telui li
ed to their home in Cell I re I Point
Large crowds from Medford, Cen
tral Point and Grants Pass attended
the pavllllon dance Saturday.
Mlsa Itita Tiffin entertained a few
of her young friends Saturday even
ing at her home on N'orth Seventh
The Misses Hodges gave a very
pleasant paity Saturday evening, to
their high school friends, and to com
pliment their cousins, Miss Heruice
Myers, of Ashland, and their friend,
.Mlsa ICdua Proetor of Lakevlew. Mu
sic and general good time was had
preceding the dainty lunch.
Mr. and Mra. George MeClellan
made a trip over near Central Point
Suturda. ntiirniuR home In the af
Musterole Gives Delicioug Comfort
When iho.r ilurii paint go shooting
through m'iii hi .id, wliiu your skull
IMHik as if ii would split, just tub a lit
tle Ml Si I K'OLF. on the templet and
ncik. It driv. i out the inflammation,
soothes away the pain give uitk
Ml'STFKld.F. is a ik-an. white oinl-
..., . ..I. u ill. ml .,f miivlar.l Itrltcr 1
ninii, iii' '. - - " ,,
than a mustard plaster and does not bhx -
Doctor and nurses frankly recom -
I UIICTIUni I." f C,- Tl......
menu Ai i'J r-.iv-i- ivi -wiv 4,.,uii
Hroachiii. ( ioup, Stiff NVk, Astlun.i, I
Neursb:!.!. ( tnueitin. I'lcurisy, Khcti-
matiwn, l.urdago, I'.unt and h"i of
the Hack or Juints, Sprain, Sore Mux
eies, Brui-i s Chilblains, Frotfed Feet
Coldi of the Chest (it olten prevents
At your druggist's, ht 2Sc and 50c Jars,
and a W.1 large hoxol.al , it for $i SO
lie sure xnii get inc g'tiuine Mt'S-
TEROI I l'i fiie imitat ivn c what
you ask lor The MihitoIc Comuany,
CHOICE GARDEK TRACT
AND HOME PLACE $950
J'our-rriom cottagf. gurden
the I Uoe for a liitlft Ihhuu and
er ?lf0 22, stdewuU f7u "J. all
loam soil. Hekltlt) jiiupeitjr of this Kind ec b.ive ever ottered.
Tolftl pnpo, $iO.
BENNETT INVESTMENT CO.
lUwl IwilMtO; I wn, RenUtbi, Iniuikiiie.
102 Wit SlaJu. IMione 700
Kvortod by Jichson Uotinty At
tract Co., Birth and Fir Bti
ltiiit ICstate Tiimsfois
W. II. Smglei. sheiifl. to New
ton Tinker, lots ." and 0. blk.
1, New town Add., Medford.
W. W. McDonald to V. W. Mc
Donald et til., undivided one
half in lot 1, Amended Hiver
W. W. McDonald to ('. W. Mc
Donald, land in twp. U7-1W.
(.'. W. McDonald et nl to ('. D.
Wolverton, lot IS and III.
Hivrrxido Sub., in l p. Ml
1W. Fulton Smith et ut to Mav
Smith, block H. Taleul
W. W. McDonald to ('. W. Me
Donald et ul., undivided one
hall' in lots 18 uud It), lliv
crxidc aubdivieiou in twp. :l(l
IW. A. D. Knight el u to .1. 1.. Uiy
ton. land in nee. Jll-flS-iW
Carson Fowler Lumber Co, to
(lencvH W. Allen, land iu
Cheater C. Kuhli et u to .1. 1.
Ln.xlon, light of wuv for ir
ligntion ditch in twp. :1H-IW
(ilud.vx Itose et vir lo .). L. Lay
lleira of Knspcr Kuhli to Lea
ler lytoii, wiixt bnlf of
ter Lavton, laud in twp. ,'IK
IW. Illcaiior dene Kubli to Leeter
Lavton, liuiil in see, 'Jl-.'IH-IW.
1" idled Stales lo W. II. MeLeod.
laud in twp. il.VIF.. . l'utcnl
ASK REMOVAL OF GOTHAM
MAYOR FOR "WIRE" SCANDAL
XRW YOHK. Muy 2S.- Tho remov
al of Mayor .inhn Puriov Mltchel from
office was asked 111 resolutions adopt
ed and sent Governor Whitman bv Hie
United Independents of Deihucrals of
The lechnlrwl hauls for the reijueal
A Medford Woman's
Can vou doulii I he evidence of this
You can xeiifv Medford endoise
meut. Read this:
Mra. C. A. HcUuiiitt 510 . Fir
at., Medford, says- "I used to have
considerable trouble wl'h my kid
neys, which affected mv whole avs
tern. My buck ached constantlv and
often I felt so bad that 1 thought I
would have to give up. I had rheu
matic pains lu my limbs and couldn't
keep gulag. It was vol) difficult for
me to get up or down. In the morn
ing 1 felt so tired and lame that 1
could hardly get out of bud. My
kidneys were also too frequent lu
action and I felt tired and languid
all tho time. Tho flint ho or two
of Dean's Kidney Pills did me so
much good that I kept on ualug them.
Soon I felt like a different woman.
My klduev didn't cause me any
treuhle, my hack stepped aching and
In every wav. I felt well aud strong.
Price TiOc, at all dealers. Don't
slniplj ask for a kidne remedy- get
Dean's Kidney Pills -the samu that
Mrs Schmidt hud Postxi-MIUnirn
Co . Props . Hullalo. Y Adv.
HO nores Dear Croek bottom, 70
ucrea In cultivation, alfalfa, fruit and
gruln, easily IrrUiited. Lens than
3 miles from Medford. $f!80u cash.
One of the beat buys In Jackson
county. Say when and I will show
, J. Cm BA.RNES
" V- A-X .. -vx 1 MiVJ
mj West Mls Ht
np fi rrr Tr-of
Cfl" ACfC 1 F3C t
H-airtuK i'.ir slid alfalfa, rlcb
i,ai k soil, well loated, bouse, baiu,
huiiihii.' w.Uir Total mlio l2."iuo.
i Hi usoiiittilo teiuib giveu
1 E. S. TUMY
j '.' o i.jijii tt Coiy Hldg.
paid lu f nl
fiowers, sbade. Just
i'.om; ;a9.20, sew
l.t 111x147 Sandy
for the ii.ivor.-. leiiic il nun tli.it he
li.ul failed lu his duty as a cltlEOM lo
notif" the illstrtit attoriievti of Kings
and New York counties of Die know
ledge he atil he bad Hint eterg-'men
were conspl'lng (rltuliially for tIK mil
purposes. The rosolutloni rite J thai
In testimony and in public statomout"
the mnyor repeitndly said that he
tiatt such knowledge.
Infanta and Invalids
MALTED I VI BLK
Rich milk, mslteil erain, in powder form.
For infants, invnlidsni)growinijchildien.
Pure nutrition, unbuilding ihtxvholebodv.
Invigorates nursing mothers aoj the aged.
More 'nutritious than tea, coffee, etc.
Initantly prepare J. Requires no cooking,
Subititutcs Coit YOU Same Prico
To the Holilerri of I'lrM .Mottgnge Slv
IVr Cent, Sinking I uiul (iold
ItomN or I'miflc .V liiMein Hall
way, Hue June 1st, IHitT.
(Die undersigned truteea under the
mortgage above referred to deslrea
under nuthorltv of said mortgage to
expend the sum of Twenty-eight
thousand seven hundred stxtj -four
dollars nnd slt-tlirue oeuta ($2K,
7(!i.liR) in tho imrchaso uf bonds of
said Ismiu, provided said purchase
can, in its opinion, now be liinde ml
vuntngeoifsly. Sealed offers of said bonds may ho
sent to the office of the uudorfdguml,
Trust Department, flO Hroudwn), New
York City, on or befoio .tune 12th,
at 12 o'clock neon. The right In re
served by the undersigned to reject
any and all offers.
COLPM1I1A TItl'ST COMPANY,
llj (UCOItUhl K. WAUIHB.V,
Dated, New Yoik.Muv 17th, IHHi
I'Oll HUNT KUltMSHKl) AITfi.
FOR RUNT -Apartment for
Tho llorbon, 10 Qtilno Ot.
FOR IlKNT nOCSEfl
FOR RICNT -Strictly iiiodoru house
with garage, furnished or unfur
nished. 5H) W. Jacknon at. 00
FOR ItrSNT-Small house with good
garden, fruit, and chicken yard
linpilre SI1R llennel Ave. 60
FOIt RKNT I'uriilshed house,
ns CO It RICNT mim:isliniihw
sstses as wsssei s
FOR RBNT Paatiiro, good faeil,
fences, plenty of water. W, II.
FOR HUNT imrtMflCHlfPINU
FOIt ilKNT Furnished hoiiBokeen
luif rooms, desirable, leiirenlenl:
alxo li-rooiu house furnished All
Hohk in. Phone u.'.s-.l or call III 8
IN. Ceutral. 62
FOR RBNT Cosy furnished house
keeping rooma, close in, fi mouth.
Lights, water, gaa, bath. Phono
1'Olt SALIG ACHKAUH
FOR KALI: ( 'leered 2 I - 2 , 1 . 1 0 . 2 0
acre farms in heuullful Hm-hesler
vallev; unsurpassed for poultry,
Vriilla or dairying Very low
price. Improved and unimproved
places. Write lion 71, Rochester.
FOR KAIilt HIMKSIW
FOR 8 A LIC - Klght-innm house, V,
arre fine garden Isnd; $SI0. Call
at premises, 1003 Court st.
rOlt BALfy litriW1Tt
YOK HA l.K HiT heaii of ew ea and
lambs, oung cow and calf 3 dava
old. Phone s-. fit
FOR 8ALR Orey team weighing
about 1400, and one grey homo
weighing about 1700. Dig Pluea
Lumber Co. tf
FOR HA Lit MlniTVliIiANKOUH
Iran bed. springs and
used one year. Puoim
KDH HALK Hood, cleau aflafta hay
in Held at $10 pr toil Hboriv
iSamett. Rimm Lane. HU'
FOIt HALK- At a bargain, modern
plumblug, including laundry tubs,
7-rooui furnace and all ptpina;
vomplete. Uox 1 1, Mali Tribune
FOR HALK Two sealed surrey,
barrow, blacksmith outfit; will
trade for wood. U 8. 3d., Mail
lilltl. wants position to
'work I'boue 7 -Kin
is 11 KM' WANTH!) SIAMI
WNTKl Thiiim-re and pruners
Wages I'.' er dav ltOfce On bant.
4 miles X K II. K K renter Uh
WA NTI0H HihVrtttfji.'ViSOUB
WANTKD TO Dt'V Horses of sad
dle tvpe, und heavy horses. Dr.
Helms. Ill No. Fir, Phone 303.
WNTFO Chililten to board in
couuii" dm in? I uni, July and Au
gust, let-in-, i. ionubb". reference.
Moos Uisurs. Rout 2. Uox 67-is,
I'honn 74-W , Medford o0
sis i ssveassasasSsjsa
TO TRADK 900 acres. IP cleared,
in crop, left, county, under new Ir
rigation plan. ::o per acre, golag
liUlur, for liupioveit near Central
l' ,n i v I'neeii.-riF ilaiton.
I OBT On road to h'nwt a silver
mesli lias with i urM- l-"li'e con
tniiiiug eonie money. H'lurn to
llfSlNKHS OPI'OltTUMTl its
roll SALE ConfeclloBery. one of
hen locations Hi Medford, ceiurally
Lmted, well equipped; terms ensh.
Add: cm 12 1 K. Main. 53
LAHER AUTO BPfHNQ CO.- We
are oporntlng tho largest, oldest
and best dqulppod plant in tho P.v
clflo northwost. Use our eprlngi
when othora fall. Sold under guar
antee. 26 North Ftfteenth BL,
OEO. W. CHURRY Altornoy nnd
Notary, Rooms 9-10, Jackeon Coun
ty Dank Dulldtng, entranco N
Contr&l, Medford, Ore.
PORTKR .1. NKFF Attorney at law.
rooms 8 and 0, Medford National
A. K. RKAMK8, LAWYER Harnett
0. M. RORKRT8 Lawyer.
Medford National Dank Building.
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS W
colloctnd tome accounts 14 yoars
old. Wo know bow to got the
money. Tho Duilock Mercantile
Agency. Inc., Rooma 1, 2, 3, lis
kins' lJIdg., 210 H. Mnlnst
Dr. W. M. VAN 8COYOO
DR. C. O. VAN 8COTOO
aarnctt-Corey llldg., nlte Slf
Medforo, Oro. Phono 850.
Collections and Report
DR. FRANK RODKRT8 Dentist.
M. F & II. llldg. Otflco Hourc
8:30 to 12; 1 to C. Phono C07-R.
Engineer nnd Contractor
FRKD N. 0UbYm I N03-8ii gineeVanii
contractor, 404 It. F. & H. Dldg
Surveya,, cfltlrontea, Irrigation
drainage, oroherd aud land lm
KARL 8. TUMY (lenorai Insurance
office, Fire, Automobile, Acclih nt.
Liability, Plate Glass, Contract,
nnd Surety Honda. BxcoHent com
ponies, good local service. No.
210 (lurnett-Coroy HIdK.
Instruction In MuMc
Fit ii DALTOn" H A mi VV, Teaefinr "of
piano and harmony. Compner
nnd arranger ot music. Hulght
Music Studio, 401 Oaruott-Coroy
RL 1 8gHI I NIC Teacher of Violin.
Music furnished for all occasions.
Prices reasonable. Studio 1121 1.
Main 8t., Phone 303-J2.
QAItnAOB Oct your premises
cleenoil up 'or the summer. Call
on tho city garbage wagons for
good service. Phone 274-L. T
Physicians and Burgeons
DR. F. O. 0ARLOW, DR. EVA
MAINS CAHLOW Osteopathic
physicians, 416-417 Oarnett forey
bldg., phone 10SO-L Rsldenc
26 South Laurel st.
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopatht
physician, 303 domett-Core)
building. Phone 130.
OR. J. J. KM MKNH Physician and
surgeon. Practice limited to eye
ear, noso and throat. Uyos scien
tifically tested and glaaaos sup
plied. Oculist and Aurlot for 8 P
It. It. Co. Offices M. F & II Co
bldg, opposite P. O. Phone 507
DR. It. W. CLANCYPhyslclan and
surgeon Phones, offloe 30, rest
deuco 724-J. Office hours, 10 te
13, 2 to C.
DR. MARTIN C. I1ARHER Physi
cian aud surgeon. Office Palm
block, opposite Nash hotel Hours
16 to 13, 1 to 4. Phono 110-J.
Ii Inters anal Ihibllstiers
MRDFORD PRINTING CO., has the
host equipped printing otflco In
southern Oregon; book binding,
loose leaf ledgers, billing systems,
etc. Portland prices. 27 North
MADS TRANSFHR & 8TORAQK CO.
Offlse 42 North Front st. Pbone
31&. PrUes right. Service guar
anteed. Sowing Machine
aiNOBR SBWI.VO MACHINR8 FOB
SALK OR RKNT Some used nu
ehlnes alto for nle. Cleaning and
repairing Baldwla Piano for sale
from factory to eustomer. Resl
.linen S4''. tn r-antrn! I'linn SftO
Some Income properly tn eastern
Washington Is offered in oxcuaug
for good free soil lead la the center
of the valley. It la valued at $ 1 1,000
and has a very email incumbrance,
Brings about 130ft uo a month.
A fine lot on South Oakdalc i-, of
fered iu exchange far cloee-lu uuo
age. Hoon-Cathcart Co.