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PXGTC FOUR fEDFORT) MAIL' TRTBUNE, MEDFOUD, QKKfi ON, TUESDAY, .ITNlil I, 1012. If ! Medford mail Tribune - ' AN INDKPUNMKNT NUWHPAt'MIt rUHMHURD KVKKY AVTKItNOON iiAir.i'i niimiAY. iiv THIS MISDFOllD I'llINTINQ CO. This Drmocrntlo Times, Tim Merifonl flinn. tiio nicuioru Trimine, Tlio South rrn OrcRonlnn, Tho Ashland Tribune ornco Mnii Triinino liuiiiiinff, :s-j"-:d North Kir Htreet; pnnitc, Aimn 30il; iiomo n OKOHOn PUTNAM, Editor nml Manneer He Entered ns itccoml-clans matter ft Mmlfonl. OroRon, under tho oot of March 3, 1879. Official Paper of tho City of Medford. Official l'npcr of Jncktion Counts-. SUBSOBXPTIOK SATES. One yonr, by mult ......... .f 5. 00 Ono month, by mull .SO Per month, delivered by carrier In Mcdford, .Incksonvlllo wid Ccn- trnl Point BO Saturday only; by mnll, per year.. J.oo Weekly, per year ........ 1.50 SWORN OZROUXJLTIOK. Dally nveraRp for eleven months end ing November 30, 1911, 2751. SnU X.caied Wtr United Praia Slipntchea. Tho Mnll Trlbuno In on snla at the Perry New Stand. San Krnnclflco. Portland Hotel Mown Stand, Portland. uowmnn rvQvvs o.. I'ortinnii. ure. W. O. Whitney, Seattle, Wash. MBUrOBS. oRxaoif. MctronolU of Southorn Orceon and Northorn California, and tho faatcat- Krowlnu city In Oregon. Population U. S. census 1910 SStO; estimated. lPiiio.ooo. Flvo hundred thousand dollar Gravity Water System completed. Riving finest oupply pure mountain water, and 17.3 miles of streets paved Postofflco receipts for year ending November 30, 1911, show Increase of 19 per cent. Hanncr' fruit city In Orocon Itojruo Itlvcr SplticnbcrR apples won uweep stakes prlzo and title of "Appl XUmr of the World nt tho National Apples Show, Spokane, 1909, and a car of Nawtowns won rim Prise la 1910 nt Canadian International Apple Show, Vancouver, . u. rirat Prix In 1911 at Spokano National Apple Show won by carload of Nowtowns. Roruo Illver pears brouRht highest firlccs In all markets of Um world uur ng tho past six ycar Write Commercial Club. Inclosing 6 cents for postnge for tho finest commu nity pamphlet ever published. XKW POEM Y HAltDY. Thomas Hardy contributes to tho Juno number of tho Fortnightly Re view tho following poem of eleven triplets, entitled, "Tho Convergence of tho Twain Lines ou the Loss of tho Titanic:" In the solitude of the sea, Deep from human vanity, And tho prldo of life that planned her, stilly crouches she. Steel chambers, lato tho pyres Of her Salamandarian fires. Cold currents thrld and turn ao ryth mic tidal lyres. Over tho mirrors meant To glass tho opulent, Tho seaworm crawls grotesque, slimbed, numb, Indifferent. .Towels In Joy designed. To ravish tho sensuous mind, Llo llghtless, all their sparkles blear ed and black and blind. Dim moon-eyed fishes near, Tho daintily gilded gear. Gaze, querying, "What does all this sumptuonsness down here?" "Well, while was fashioning This ship of swiftest wing, Tho Immanent will that stirs and urges everything Prepared a sinister mato For her, so gaily great, A shape of ice, for the tlmo far and dissociate. And as the smart ship grew In stature, grace and huo, In shudowy, silent distance grew tho Iceberg, too. Alien they seemed to bo, llo mortal cyo could seo Tlio Intumato welding of their later history; Or sign that they wcro bent Ily paths coincident On being anon twin halves of ono au gust event; Till tho splnuor of tho years Said, "Now!" tho which each hears And consummation comes nnd jars two hemispheres. ROOSEVELT TO FIGHT ROOT AS TEMPORARY CHAIRMAN OYSTER HAY, Juno 4. Upon tho scloctlon of tho tomporary chairman of tho republican national committee an ay hang tho political fortunes of Colouol IlooBovolt. Ho decided to night to'opposo with nil his strength tho Beating of Senator Root and Is Hiicd n call to his supporters to stand by lit in. Tho colonel's decision to inako a uq u u io Ihbiio of tho Beating of Root was reached after a consultation with IiIh ndvlaors nt Sagamoro 1 i 111 today. They woro Senators Dixon, Glfford Plnchot, George W. Perkins and oth ora. , After tho colonel completed his Btateuiont ho brought up tho tiuostiou of whether ho In to go to tho Chicago convention, Ho said ho bolloved now ho wQtild not go. "I may ronch a different (IocIbIou If any strong arm tactics mo attempted," ho added. REDUCE THE RENTALS ALONG with the reductions in tho cost ol' living in Mcd ford that tho public market will accomplish by lower ing tho cost, ol produce and meal, snoulil come a reuuenon in rents, which arc too highhigher in many instances than business will instil y. The shortage in buildings during the period of phe nominal growth of the past five veal's, forced rents in the business district up to exorbitant figures to far in excess of a reasonable return upon the actual investment. .Many of the landlords are trying to secure returns upon an in flated valuation, and by so doing, they are forcing unnec essary hardships upon merchants and through them upon the public hence retarding the progress ol the city. The majority of buildings in the business district are little better than shacks remodeled with modern fronts. There are few modern structures. Most of them are owned by the persons who bought them for small sums years ago and have owned them since, but now demand four or five times as much rent as they formerly demanded. As a result, for the first time in the history of the city, there are several vacant, stores in the heart of the business district. Rents in Medford are higher than in Eugene or Salem, both larger cities. They are almost as high as in Portland. It is an unhealthy condition and should be remedied, and the landlords should be longsighted enough for their own future welfare to see it. nnd voluntarily reduce rentals, even where they have a lease that works a hardship irpon the renter. A. first-class modern, up-to-date store was recently driven out. of the city because of exorbitant rent and the entire stock moved and a new store opened in another town. After remaining vacant for some time, the building was rented at half the amount or less paid by the firm forced out. This should serve as a warning to other land lords, who are likely to find themselves in the same pre dicament. Merchants who tack on-excessive profits soon kill their own business. The same holds true of the property owner who demands unreasonable rentals, which must be based, upon the business the tenant does as well as upon the original investment. There is no quicker way to kill a city than by driving people away by high rentals and consequent high prices. WOMEN TO VOTE MONDAY AMASS meeting of the women of Mcdford has been called for Saturday afternoon at the Medford theater to consider the public school situation, select a candidate and participate m the election for a new school director next Monday. This will be the first instance where the women have taken an active part in an election, and the women of Mcd ford are going to assert their rights and win the election if possible. School elections have in the past gone largely by de fault. A few friends of the school board or administration took the trouble to go to the school elections. The men were too busy and the women not aware of their rights. Bend issues of o0,000 have been voted by a few score voters, so little interest was there. But the season of indifference and apathy is over and from now on, school matters are promised the attention they merit. Heretofore, the people have left school affairs to the board and the board to the superintendent, and as a result there has been growing a widespread feeling of dissatisfac tion with conditions in the school world. Frequent com plaints bv pupils culminated in a sanitarv survey of the school buildings by the ladies and unsatisfactory conditions were reported.. The school board replied by publishing a statement signed by the teachers reporting the best of sanitary arrangements. However, it is only necessary to visit the schools to see that the fine new school buildings have been equipped with out-of-date and germ breeding toilets and that water stands in the basements alter each rain. J3ut it is not only the sanitary arrangements the women of Mcdford intend to remedy. There arc other flaws the' pick in the school fabric. Reform with u big 11 is their object and may their efforts be crowned with success. J fere is a chance for the women to prove that the ballot in women's hands is a good thing and will result in better ment for the communitv. Fallacies of Scott's Bonding Plan To the Editer: Any child can nsk riue.stions thnt no philosopher can uuxwer hut it does not take much learning to refute Mr. Seott,H crude nod irrational llieoiies of money and finance, for they ure contrary to all principles of money ublabliblied beyond controversy by applied bcience. The world's supply of gold regn- flutcn the value of money by the chuugcg in the supply and demand for gold. Whilo 'confidence is maintained any Mibbtitttte will puss for money if theio is no doubt that gold can bo obtained for it on demand SjSlGO, 000,00(10 reserve in the treasury maiiitaiiiK specie payment ou $2, 000,000,000 of paper money in tho United States, The national banks pay u pre mium of irlKJ for U. S. 'J per cent, bonds becuuso of their limited iuui tity and tho fuel that by depositing bonds under,, the national banking law thoy can obtain an issue of na tional hank notes. National banks uro compelled to keep a gold reserve of 2.1 per cent, of their circulation and if the examiners ml them delin quent thoy 'must go into liquida tion. The national giceuuuck circiilutiou of the Greater Mcdford club is in peri! of depreciation whenever a panic occurs and moncy kings can precipitate a panic any time they desiro that would depreciate all paper and there is no power thnt could prevent it. if the government should should issue money on county noii-iiitoro-tl bearing binds us (imposed it would depreciate government 2 per cent, bonds ami create a panic that would depreciate all paper money and put an end to specia payment, Tho argument that by increasing the circulation of paper money to $8,000,000.01), about 23 per cent, of the sumo volume of business would be done on u cash basis which at present is less tlitiii 10 per cent., is devoid of common sense or knowledge of tho function of money. It would ho no" inoro rediculous to say Hint tho doniund for wheat would increase proportionately with tho increase of bushel baskets. ' The circulation of all paper money is doing business on eiedlt and 'I would ho necessary Io define the meaning of "cash business" and credit business" before it would bo poMhle to slnlo the Correct percent age of each, Mr. Scott'fc tugumciil iiresonts the. nnnuinlyi thai ly inctviHiitf tho nso of credit you reduce tins pereeutuj'e Of d'CUlt bUrtlUCHH. K. 1, AM'l.l'KH. Meilfonl, Juno :i, liU'J. EIGHT OREGON SUFFRAGETTES TO ATTEND G.O.P. GATHERING POim.AN'l), Ore., .Juno -I. - Tho t'ijjhl young women MitfniKolU'H who hmo ohtajned tickets to tho rcpuhll enn mttioiiiiK convention Chienpi, today ileclnru thoy intern! to tio (horn ami sec everything there is to ho seen, tho reputed attitude of certain Orcuon delegates to tho national con vention who hnvo received no tickets and uro thcroluro sightly peeved notwithstanding. CLARENCE DARR0W OUTLINES PLANS FOR DEFENSE I.OS ANGRLUS, Juno 4. That ClnrvMice Darrow will make his prin cipal defense ou tho assertion thnt the McXnnmrn brothers had agreed to plead guilty before tho conclusion of tho negotiations for alleged Jury bribing was made ovhlont today. A special session of tho county grand jury for tho purpose of further Inves tigation of tho alleged corruption of jurors by tho MeXnmnra defense was tho only other Important development today In tho trial of Harrow. COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. (Continued from ve-lerdav) Ho It romcmborril thnt it trenlar term or tlip County Court of Jrkmn County, Ktato of Qiykoi. Im-kuu nnd hclil nt tlio Court llouio In JnckximMllo In sulci County nnd Stale on Yliu'iliiy. tho 3rl dny of April, 1913. tlio ttntp fixed by law for the lioldltiK of mild court, wnon wuro prtwi'iit. Hon. J. it. Noll. County Judi;e. Jsm Owimi, Conn tv Conim!nIoni'r. J. V llroun. County Commissioner. "U". It. Colo man. Clerk nnd a. Jon. juicrlff Nlliiiin-Tnvlnr Co. Miiimtlvq for In. dlKi'IltH it 00 Talent Mtrr;tnillr (V, iitdp! for Mrs. J C. Cnlilcr. ImllL-mit. March. 19IS 8 00 .Mm J F.ittlR. core of MIxm .Met culf. Imllsent IS 00 Nnncy ilm?mnr reuuUr imtlitout nllouonco. .Milfoil. Hi; IB 00 Allx-rt JotiiiKtou. j-fKUtau iniliEi-nt ii!lovnnc. March, 1112 S oe Sttplun CiiriMMilt'r. Mitulur Indi gent nllowuucp. .Miireh. 1UIJ 10 00 I C. Henry, xipnnn if wh. Hi--rlKor'x nfflc'.i. OnM Hill illMl . Mnreh. 1312 - I S6 Anlihind TldliiRH, prjntlni: for u- Honor's off let' 0.f M rd ford Mall Trltmn, printing for Jnrkon Co. .11 0 Herman Hron., Hilplls for iitwuvi. hoi-" orricn . 9 ;i I'rM J rick, work on ttltnriit atund, otc ... . . C Io Th- ioukIii AtiHtrtKt L TriiMt Co print for iixxrnjor'n office I on The Mcrrlvold Shop, mpplliN for hxx xKor'H off lv ... 1 fir. PnttuK? MtmnpH for Jcrkitoii Cu 1V 00 V A. Jones. osproHH and oopplliJi for orriro . . 2 0. J, II. Haundiry. climwnK ui d - imlrliiR tjpewrlWTt fr tourt llOUHO . . i 5 1 Oft Tlw NorthiM-Hi T-irltiT Co . typewriter rlldouH.fnr xln-rifrn of (leu t " "n JnrkHOn IUh I'oMt iFliillnir and fvlutloncry foraconaty- of flrern 33.76 JnckxonMlle l'rffir2firTiitJnK for county ofnclulNj 15 00 W. It olemaiiri, mprvan ou office mipplliH H! KiiKii.i Itlver KlKtric Co, IlKhtM ror J.ilt. March, tai: 3 IS ltoRtie ISIVT K!lrlc Co, imiuit for btiickmultli uliop, Murvli, 1912 -. I 01) ltORlle Klur Il-triP C, eleclrlO )IkI1 for court Ituuno l.r.. SI Itoguc Itlver WKtrlo Co, Kwer for court hoiiw 1 do Tile Medford Hun, prllltlmc for county official? . . at.SO J l'vrcy Well. rUvrvHH on offloa Huppllei 8.78 I'oHtui TelfKruph-Cahla Co.. nn'K- futKH for til h i aity.. current ex- putlKe 2 2b The Pacific Til A Tel. Co.. court houtH- telephon bill . IS 00 Medford Hook Store, Hiipplltm tor UHKeNHor'H office ... C io Medford Hook Minr. mtppllen for IIHXeMHIir'H officii 1 9 The Irwln-lldilxnn Co, MUppllvM for IINKrHHOr'H ufflilM IS 0& OIiimm & I'rudlioinnii- Co., MiipplleH for recorder' office 5 00 UluHH & I'rudhoinine Co, Hupplho) for recorder' offioo 21 10 (JIiimm & l'rudliomme Co., xupplles for record" m nfflce , 2 11 Ola ft I'rudlioinnio Co.. HiipidleH for clerk'H ufflce 27 00 Tim IrwIn-lloilMMi Co.. election HilpplloM for tick's offlc 10K 10 C. W. Hliermim. r-KlMlr voter 7 on It. I' CowkiII. reKlMtur votvrH t 10 H. Von dor ll.llrii. rwKlxtvr otorH 1 fio wiirner, Wortinun & (lore, mip- pile for poor ftirm 36 fio .1 N I'.tce. poor friu oXteilHe 83.20 IfoiiHton llrox MppleM for poor Turin . 10 SO Th Pacific Tl h Td. Co., telo- Kill for pooi furin . 1.05 Tunlent J-iniK Htore, drus'S, otc. for poor farm .... - C SO N. I.. IIIkIi. MackMiiilTliliiK for poor farm. hIkm 1.00 J. V MIIcIm , jHippiU-H for poor fnrm ,. 1.00 It. 1 IJurdic, iMiiiplU-ri for poor furm -.... . 1&9.2JS ItOKiio Ithcr i;ifdrlc Co., Ilnlit im ror iioor farm, Ktu. iimh Murcli. 1&I2 ClnddlM A Ulxoit, wlr fcnco for poor farm Afhhind I.Hcrv Hlillilo, team to takit indigent to poor farm Mr. Matllo ThonipHOii, hoard of I'rlxorifrH . .. Vun It J'liTxon, r pairing tolluls for court liouHA v. . I.oiiIh Ciiton, luhor on court Iiouho yard 9.96 12.30 3.00 8S.29 ,1.30 2.25 14.G3 71.05 151 7S 7.20 4.00 2 10 fi.00 MrH. Jmiu .iQhnxton. wiixhlug (OWl'Ih and lilunkolu for lull. . Aitkin, duly fruit fiispee tor's Hiilaiy. March, 1912 .. . K Kmlth. dntv fruit lliHlica- tor' Hillary, ret, , 1912 J. W. Mym. ilpty ft ult liiHpuu- lot' Hulari. Miir, 1912 C. I'. IlrlKHM, atttiidlim cducntlou- III lllCC'lllIK , Wrdhoiu UeoKori, aituinlliiK educii- tl6nal tiKeiltij; . Mih. J C I'i mllcton, ulteiiillng educiilloiiul iniftftlnu J. C CollliiM, fec-w, actliiK a tru- ant officer (Continued on Page 5) 7, 7 JAtiteci at rouMTAmo.HortLSiOFt ciatvHtnt Get tho Original and Genuine HORLIGK'S MALTED MILK 'WimicJmttaticn ThcFoodDrinkforAHAgcs RICH MILK, MALT GRAIN EXTKAa, IN POWDER Not in any Milk Trust UVWUHOf Tuk a puckujjo lioui COURT HOUSE NEB Muit-lnuo Licenses. Joseph tl. Phlppo nnd UIhIo A. Nye. ' Piolmlo. Uhiudhtn or Anitctlo K. Wnkoinun, guardian's bund filed and upprovud. Heal KNtato Transrei, Alfred A. Kiillor to Kiln Davl.i, laud In suet Ion H, tnwiuihlp It. rniiKO '2 ennt V. V. DodKO to Arthur O. Dodge, lots I and 0, liluult '2, nekuiu'u oiuoihIihI Add., Uold lllll .v.... (ieo. K. lloudrlcu. to l.ou J). 1(1 Jones, lot .1, Motile 75, Med ford J. O. I'M win Hhlpey to U. KreiU rlekHon, lot 1, block :t, Ken wood sulidlvlHlou O. M. Coriiltlus to J. 0. IMwIu' Shipley, lot 1, block :i, Ken wood huIiiIIvIIhIou (Ieo. Irwin to 1 . Wulte. land In HGCtlnn :i3, tuwiinlilti IIS, range t cat U. II. Tuft to Prank l I.odor, lot H, Idoek a, Gray' Add. Mcdford . . C. MuClaln to Win. Curoy, '2 acres In 1). I.. 4:t, township 3S, rnnge 1 wost , Ft auk It. Waite to AHhland Or chard Co., land In tnwimhlp IIS, range I cat Krank II. Walte to Ashland Or 10 10 10 10 10 10 chard Co., laud In township 39, raiiKO 1 cant Carter Land Co. to f II. Walte, laud In towiiHhlp Itl, range 1 east Chrltitlan Krctxor to Charlotte Heed, and In tnwunhlp 117, raiiRo I! wtmt Ilonry Humphrey to V. (3. I'ase, lot 1 1, block 2, Cray' Add.. Medford .. . 10 10 10 V. H. nltrnum to !'. C. Vatto. property In block '2, Medford tilitio J. It. Wright to S. O. Fov, lotM !, 10, 11, block SI. Medford 10 Ciorturude A. Munro t( J. T. l.iithiiin. property In CoUuko Add.. Medford .... Hi I'm The Little Doctor Stop that headache. You don't iHM'd to Hiitfor tho llttlo dootor" .MneI.aren'H Mimlard Cornto applied lornlly RlveH tpilek and miro'rollcf It HtopH tho htriitlnrhe and It ttoex not affect iliu ItHurt art aliuoHt ovory head nche dope doen. Keep Mac l.nron' MiiHtard Cerate In the Iiouho you can't afford to be without It' prompt relief for Coldu, Soro Tin oat, Neuralgia, LumhuKO, Congealed Mings. U'h cany to apply and iilwnyH tendy for uxe. Hotter than a miiKturd plnstet, Your drugclHt Iiiih It In 2." and 50 cent Jarrt. (Jet a Jar todaj Insist ou tho Original MAC L.AUE.NS U Q J d ll I lAil lullllffl H hITbIRmI WILL NOT BLISTER. Acci pt No Hiilmtltiito Medford riiarmacy and other driiK- KlalB. From Mouth to Mouth CajARTXy. vs our fairio Iuib Hprcad for careful and ncourato dcntltry. Our palulcmi HyH term Una mudo uh iiopular. Kklllcd oporatoru lu extracting, and lu flttlii", Hlnglo tooth or full HotB, lu flllliiK, with gold, iplatliiuiu or compoHltlou, aro nt tho norvlco of tho public, and our cliai'KOH aro known to bo moder ate. Lady Atlondant DR. BARBER TIIll DHNIWI! Over Danlols for Dudn. Pacific Phono 2582, Home Phono 3C2-K Draperies W carry u vry complot llrto of tlraporluB, lana corlolnw, flx turoH. oto and 4a nil uIuhhqm of upholMtorlni;. A special man to loot; uflor thla work exclUHlvoly nnd will Klve aa Kood acrvlco un In poHMlhln to cot Ir uvuit tho larnPHt eltlnii, WEEKS & M6G0WAN CO, lltw )1 Special nit cm to all lieHlnntiin treatment he fore .lu no Kith, Acute nnd chronic ration micrmmfully treated, Heforinl tlcn corrected. Coimultatlou free. Mei'lmno-TlieniiilntM, Clilroirautoi8, mid HpoiidylothcraplHtn. Drs. A. K. mill Lonlso li. Ilcdijcs alio N. Iiarlletl Phono, Vaclftc, Main 1171 Next Door to M. 12. Church PLUMBING Btoam and Hot Wator Hoatiug All Work Ouarnnt. I'rlcMi IttuinomtMn. OOFPEEN & PRICE 93 Howard Hlook, Xntxe on flth m ' faoUto 3031. Xoill S4B. Watch Our Addition Grow JTckMOn Mtul Buuunll Mcdford Realty nnd Improvement Company M. r. A II. Go. Hid. Clark & Wright LAWYERS WAHIUNOTO.f, l. O. Public Laud ktnttnn: Plnnl Proof Dotort Lnnda, CouttiU nnd illulns Cniios. Scrip. MISS FLORA GRAY! Piano Instruction 144 South Central Ave. Studio Phono Main 121 1 Medford Parcel Delivery Express and Transfer TRUNKS HAULED 25c PACKAGES 10c, lflc, 25c Phones: Pacific! :072 Home :J51 Mc8oni;or Service- Good Investments 100 arret) ou Applccuto, .If. clear; house, ham, cheap. 100 acrex, all kooiI fruit and al falfa land; orchard, i;ood hourie and barn, Ono of lnwt Ihijh lu tho valley, 70 acrim at Kiilo Point, '2U ucreH pltt ii toil to piHirH; wilt hoII or trade for Htuall tract near .Mudfonl, Several Hiuall tractx to trade for Medford property. A. J. LUPTON Cor. Ktvlh mill Kit' SI. (0000000'K00 You will want a 'Kodak this summer. JJetter gel it now while our stock is complete. Medford Book Store 6 qooo0:ooooo HQisqn OAK a REMEDY Ta,toESasD riLca, cMitotAiNH, rcuoMs, ouHHs, exc, Au tmu(i AVAUMULC MOOJCMOLO SAtVC rs IIAVC IT UK Will. OBTAIN UHH cauur t'rcc UNCtrvtMiniAtLiri "kw;--i u.yuviruii.i. ttr f.C'F?.. (W. SAN rnAHnmnn IWIIH WHEEH TO GO TONIGHT STAR 1 liJLrilllJU Tho place wlieto )nu lueallie freli air Adiaticcd Vaudeilllo and Motion I'll tuicti HOI' AM) WAI.T .STIUCI.Y Talk funnily, play prettily, hIiik chariuliiKly ii tin: hank i'kknidknt'h mo.v Pom erf ill driiiiin MATIIINO CAVAI.HY IIOII.SKS A military picture with boiiiu renl poit In It. A I IT (M I'ltlNTINO An edueatlpnal cye-openor UOItlUMl KOIt IM'IUIY Another KlileitpllitluK Munuynraph. Thin U wliere, ou'll oi li I tit at hlit bunt. Ali MATH Kit In Soiik (t)l,OKTIIS, tlio Mimlelnu AdiulHnlon 10c, Children Cu MATINIWU IIA1IA' It will bo here on June II, ', III, "ri.NlKl(lhi." SellK'n siililluie imiHterpleco (or old and euiu: alike lOc THEATRE XOc Look lion Here nmt llnlf of Wtwk CIIAS ami MIII:I.IM: Dt'S'll.Mt In ANIMAt, Pl'NOI.OCiY The Kreatent n0clty ever itnxed TIIK SliVliATII SON" Oio' ot the VIliiKnU'h'" KruAtil producthiiiN, a drnnui thnt will touch your hvnrt. ., iiic iiv si iirmsic" A Mlory lu wltli li tho tjituxjiiH-t-nl iiImiimi happen. "TIIK STO I.K.N INVK.NTIO.N" Oraiuntlc novelty S( 'i:KS I.N' A.MSTI.'llllAM TIIA.NSI'Oll.MATU. Ol' SCIIAP IKO.V Minn font of I'tmtiiro Photo Plnys Spurlnl MutlnooB ovory Saturday and Hiiuday at '2 p. in, livening performance, 7:30 BARGAIN FOR SALE (li'oalosl aulo bargain or tins season, 25 li. p. roads! or, now, run loss Ihan 150 miles. AVill soil at groal sacrifice. Home phono :!0l-X or write JANES BROS. MORTGAGE LOANS iloney on hand at all tiinos io loan on improved ranches and city properly at lowest rales "with "on or before privilege." JAMES CAMPBELL Phone 3231 320 G- -C. Bldg. A SNAP' Ofl ncroH, kIx mllcu from Medford, Reed grudoil road crosana tho tract, all froo unit, at $G0 pur aero, ft 000 will handle, onoy tornu on balauco, Part It) crook bottom laud, nuUablo for alfalfa, Several nprluKfl on tho placo. Tlinhor cuoiikIi to pay for tho tract. No hulldlnER. in tho ((tiffin crook dlHtrlct. W.T.York, Co. NEW THOUGHT MEETINGS Aro Hold in Moohu Hull ovory Tliui'Hdny nt !l p. in. Kvoryhody Invited.