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7;"'--'"' ' j-'"1 '' " mim i ni!!,' ywywv1 'jt j ww WE SWpWSf- .MitiHlliy ti'ljMJ j M'BUl Nfm ' " ' - vt '1 I I:- ! a $ 4 Jti PAG H TWO IOCAL AND L PERSONAL i "i " i " W - Mr. and Mrs Trod IlaniebnrK nml nenhew linvo returned from a two wookr' outing In the Dentl Indlnn country Mr. UnrnobnrK roportB deer nnd JMIl plentiful. f Trade with .Tonea In tliolr no.wJ'Rro. tfory fltonj;!rprmrly $Mldd lj)'& C. fldlp tho Vlf1 thoy npprbointd'yoiir WWi... . , . , . .l30 f'ira.'Frihl IlatneUnrg wan-called hofiio from' a d&bmlnK .trip witk. frloiidB 16 tiro limJMift Of Mfr 'ulster, vVhoMii very 111, , . jJnuWn 'jHm., quick1 as Ilgliinirttf. spi nt'8wom"'n.T r 'Hfl VfV 1!. FcUgos and wife of Pcftrla, III.', arrived Tuosdny afternoon for a two wt'okB' visit with tlio family of itj n, Palterflon. While Horn they will visit the Hconlc point of Inior fRt throughout tlio valley. " 'Do)od llnm and uncoil at D Voo'ii UiibboI Ford, tame Wllnon and Frank Hrown wiro nontoneotl to crv thrflo your In San Qiiontln prlnoii nt Auburn, Cl., Monday for atntompt flffi Co bronk Jail, nnd WlUon and Drown ware aantonced to throo years for iJuVlnrj'. fnuklntc rt total or six y"jTiri( tlio sentenron to run' concur fontly,, Thoso uro ho men who woro aire'sled in this dty In July chared wltli. robbing tlio homo of Mr. Lou f). Jonm on Itooovelt avonuo, and tftorwnrdR released for" lack of ovl ilon co tuid poiiltlvorhlentlflentlon. Ben Davo Wood nltbut that flro In- urnuco policy. OfflcoMnll Trlbuno "ldKH' i .Jne'lc Cofffion Wft thla niornliiR for MoClotid. Cnl., whoro ho Iiiih a plilnib InR coutract. Jonon Cah Oroeery, tniccoMorif to FoycH (Jrocory Co., will narry a full lino of i?rocorlp.i and voKotntiloa. l'rlren ilnlil. "You all know Joiioh." lain MIhb Inn Cnclirnn Iiiih returned from n vlult with frlenilH In (Irauta I'anfl. - Loomo loaf kodak alhuniR, cloth nnd lenthor covora at Swom'it. 140 MIhh Dolln IJOolc or Wtfmlliiirn, Oro Kou, who Iiiih been vIbKIiir frlcndx In IIiIh 'city nnd villloy for tlio Inat two weoks, lias rctiimcil to hur homo. For flour or food phono Modfonl Itollor Mills. 1'linno lJ07. Al (I. UnriifiH clrciiB will rIiow In tills olty tomorrow, and a lart;o crowd b npijrMl. It will ho tho only clrctu to npopnr In' UiIh city thta unr. CantaloupMt uiolonn, ponclioa, to- mntoM.,a full lino of fruit and Rro corlOB at Jonon Cuslt Orooery. I'hono !!3. ia i "Tho Hyjiocrllos," a photoplay wa liown nt tho Star theater Tuoiday nlRht to n largo liouao, it In u pow iirful film, probably onn of tho moHt forolblo KontinnH boforo tho public. It donla with tha hyjioorloloH of llfo. It will ho repantad an In thU adornoon aud-nlclit. When thnt auto whcol cracks and pops It ni'odg flxliiB. Wo mnko as olid as now, nt a small nxponso. Wi ling (JarrlaRO nnd Auto Works. Tho MtHlford bneobull loam will journey to Klamath FalU Himilay to play two Kiimaa In that city Huuday and Monday. The two teams will ro turti to this city tho middle of tho wook, and bvaln a serlMt of numoti for a ?U00 pitrso durliiK tho county fair. Wostoiv Qamorn SJiop for first olnss Kodak flnltfhlnK and Kodak supplies. MIm I.tialle Mnrabnll wilt leavo ThnrwlRi for Klumntli Falls wknro oho will tonah la tho public schools of that oily tka coming yaar. OW It nt Do Voa's. This Is BaptMtibar 1st. and lu old olal outllni of lite straw Uut aaaaoii. Wtiln you htm any blottera call nt tho It. II. MdOunly Aieney, or talo j'lliono Ono-two'threa, and o will tfond you soma. tf MtM May ltekna has roturuwl frciH'l a two woaks visit to tht iau Frasclaco fair. l.oBfliiborry sherbet. Tho BhnatA. Jamea Foater of Yrakn, Oul., la rHllus a faw days Ih tba elty at taudluc tv bvalttatt miliars. Jeuea wants your hatter and ckis. Mr. Partner. IMjii'I forget tut place, ft. 0. 61U aaud. u' KUward Tut tie of the 8ttaiiiimut dlatrlct la speudiug the week la Wed frd oa baslneaa. Take yoHr watcb to JnUnsen, tha JOwaler. you will reaalvo muisually Btod serrlea. The Water I 'sera' aaaorladou has moved its of i lews from the Uarnett Cnre imlidliig to the ltWt Natlpual kauk. I take yrlde la waking your wntah keau iiarfMt ttaaa. kv ovary fa cility for doing flee alh rnlrlug. Jokuaen the Jewalar. count) ( It-rk r. a. Qartiter siel Tueiula In M-il'ord ntteadlttg to uffl rtl liii.iio ttf Vo' ,tlli you fT ti.it lo the Om-KobUh to it uu n-r niunth JaUin w ii l I on H It, own aj; Qt ttl ' n iiiHk "in-ill I'tii'iiU) III til llllVIUl Hb llt.lt tMH. Whnn tteiter laauranre llulinoa" The lu.Hrunro Mao It. I la solU win sell BtEDFOIii) C. H, Thompson nnd wlfo of Waldo spent Ti'endny In Mudford nttenilliiK to biinlnc3 innttcrH nnd vlsltlnt? friends. Quick Borvlco for your Kodak fin IshlriE. Seo Wcston'H Camera Shop. The Hu2zard mine ort Hlk crrol't has been leaflcd to Paul Wright of thin city, and work will commotico at onco upon tho driving of a 1500 foot tunnol on tho pant fllde, BOO feet be low tho Biirface, In ah effort t6 strike the mnln body of ore Johnjon, nt tho nook Store, an export watch repairer. ' nogs of the city can he unmuz ?.kn todny, nceordlfiR 16' the city ordi nance, nnd the ofdor Ih wolcoiiio. Some of the boMt ortnlnoa flrjont tho Biimmor In thqrotinlry owlni; th tho tinwIIIInrnmiB Of their owners to kedp n nftuale on them, Ashlnnd llthln. OoleHtln or Siski you, 10c per bottlo at Do Vwj's. Tho rounty court held Its roKUlnr sniifllon this mornlnK nt Jacksonville, tho principal work holng that of auditing blllB, and llstenlnK to nppll eatlonB for road Improvomont. The H. ft C grocery Htoro will no longnr he called that "IiIkIi priced fltoro," for JonoB Is Koln to mnko It ono of tho chenpeHt planes In town" to trade. Call and sco for yournelf. ma A. A. Croft of Agate in In the city today nttendlnit to liuBliiesx malterfl and visiting friends. ClnBsns at St, Mnry'a Academy, .Alqdtord, Orenon, will reopen Heptmn- her 7th. Doth hoarders and day pupils am received. Full high school courso. Individual attention In pri mary and grathmar grados. Kxcop- tlonnl advantages In art, mimic, clilnn painting nnd modern lauguageH. ISx oellcht commorclal courso. For par tlculars, nddresB Sister Huporlor. Dr. J. F. Keddy of OrnntH 1'nHB at tended to luiHlnosB mntterH In UiIh olty Tuesday afternoon. Head tho I'ortlnnd Orogonlnn. The WIInoii noconil hnnd Btoro was entered Tuesday afternoon by bur glars nnd goods valued at $11! Ktuleu. The police have no clues. Merchants' Imnch. 2Cc, Tho HhnBta. Itayinoud Whiting of Salem Is among the out or town visitors In tho city this week. Koiiidinbor you can gel most nuy old thing nt Do Voo's, most any old tlmo. ChnrloH ThomilH or (lold Hill spent Tuosdny afternoon In Medford ut tondlng to, business mnttern. .1. O. Oorklng, tho best all around photographer In southern Orogon. Alwnys rollahle. Negatives mado any whoro, tlmo or plnco. Studio 228 Mnln St. Phono 320-J. Forest Supervisor Martin Ij. Krlrk- lon will return this nftornoon from llutte Falls, whoro ho has had charge of forest flro fighting oporntlous tho Inst wook. (Irocorlos, candles, bakery goods, fruits, school supplies at Do Voo's. Attorney H. It. McCabe nttendod to legal mutters In tho county seat Tuosdny Jackson County fair premium lists cnu bo had at any of tho stores, banks, hotels or nt tho Commercial oluh. (lot onn today, 'mako an ex hibit nnd pull down tho prizes. Mrs. I. T. (Inlllgar or this city Is visiting tho Han Francisco Mir. I!ii wood now before prlciw go Up. Valley Fuel Co., Phono 70. Il Milton Kchuelmrd and Kdlsou Mar shall loft this afternoon on a two weeks trip by wagon lo Crntor Lake nnd Klamath county, lllard Campbell today purchased a I jig Dodge roadster, tho first ear of this typo to bo sold In tho vulloy this ) ear. Tha highest temperature tor Tues day was Si dogroos. nnd Tuosdny ulght waa the colleat In weeks. 'in Harding of Houoburg Is among the UHt of town visitors In tho city this woek. Cold watermelons at Do Voo's. Judge W. M. Colvlg wilt celebrate hi seventieth birthday Thursday and la receiving the congratulations of many friends. ARE YOU REALLY A MEDFORD BOOSTER? Mr Hiialiieas Mail' You tulk about helping jour elty and claim to bo a booster for Medford an'd the valley, but honest Injun now have )oii tmhl 'Uu won! to kelp Uoost for tho Jack sou Couut) fair at Mudford, Soptoiik- bcr ) lo 1 1 suit If not wliyT It's a good iliiiia for the whole county, the utu In eksrge work hard to make It a succeea, have dr()MitHl "fUotl homo ract-s" toioa of )h talk about and have iit on ball gauiea. relay races, tic , lo tr ami please you and yet Mm do or anthlng to help. Don'i ya.i itilnk It a tlwa for you to commence anal oooat for tke fair now. You ou)y Hat eight iluya hut CM do a lot of good by telllHg your aatouiers and friends ubout it. It'a 9 t you Will you WetpT ion WT If) tlTNHtFT. WTKIi To borrow 9a), g4 iiiar ifiti i .tai- Mem Itv: will pay i o pi r i , in ilv iiiiniUw Phone 111 FOR KI.K (l(Md Ch.ts Niimsii, It iiluiop seed r n o i It: MAIL TK1JJUJNJ5. ALUJUffOUU OHI'XJON, WEDNESDAY, N FARMERS T I A cpcoinl meeting of the Tnlent I'linnum' i-lul) was lieti nt Talent eitv hall Tuoadny, Aitffitnt ;ll, for'the pur jote of disciminK wliut'futitii-onre to tnhft relntivo to pro-runna: inijm tion. All committee uppoiutcd at prior iru'ctlngi mnile full nioil. ('. ,M. Tlioinu on water I'iliiiKM' ilml l,lo.il Ilomton on neriiijfc. A nenenil diMeuemon took iluee. Mr. TliomiiB innilo an e.illett cvplan ntiiin of the dNtliet pliln. Motion then piovniloil that pieliininnry Nteps lio taken townrd forminje nn irriga tion diitriet nml thai tlie ballot be tuade secret. Tlio result wim unntiiinoua in fn vor oT Hie district pint). The following- committee wn then nppeiuted: ('. .M. Tliomns. chairman, .Ionium I'ntterson, I'. ('. (lardncr, II. S. I.vuch, W. Heeion. The will report at an curly 'late. PLANNED FOR TWINS Mr. mid Mr. Henllev hnc itn-noiini-ed the mnrrhige of their daugh ters MixM'M Ola nml Nolo llcutlcy to MotHrs. .Imni'H l'oole and Stncey ilnycH, to take place Monday, the tllli of Heptemher. .Mr. Stncey Ilnye-i, who in now cmploed ou tlio Ashland unto line, is well known in this part of (lie country, e-pecially in and about Central Point, Mhere he npent (he .'renter purl of Ins boyhood. He and Mm Xolu will inula' their homo in AsIiIiuhI niter murrini;e. .1niiiu- l'oole. oriuiiinllv from Iuuisiih, Iiiih tecently hecii lelcused from duty with uu army camp at Vancouver and will mnko hiri home nt Tulsiit for the present. The double iiiiirrinvc is uu HiiiiHiiiil occurrence, lis the irls arc twiim mid will he married mi llieir llllli birthday. The hridoM-to-bc have many friends ubout TuK'iit who wish tliem a Ioiik "lid happy married life. The young- people of the M. K. church minoiiuco a wutenuelmi social nt the church parlors. Tlitiiviluy evening-, September 12. The proceeds are lo go toward paying for the new piano. MEDFORD FOLKS RECENT VISITORS AT EXPOSITION The rosldontfl or chilly who recently Oregon building, P, Medford and vl reglstercd nt the P. I. uro as fol- lews: Mr. W. II. Mltcholl, Jacksonville. Mr. nnd Mrs. (luy It. Harper, Jack sonville. J. II. Cochran, Medlord. Horace I, Ilromley, Mod ford. Mrs. A. A. Schuhard, Medford, Muriel Schuhnrd, Mudfonl. Knrl Schuchuid, Medford. Amy Wilson. Modfonl. Mrs. II. Swalnsou, Medford. ltalph K. Pierco, Modfonl. C. Ii. (lutes, Modfonl. Andrew llenm, Phoenix. W. It. Veo, Talent. Clarence .loffory. Talent. Mi's. M. M. Ah runs, Medford. Albert Hopplu, Medford. . Hoe Fisher, Medford. flleuu O. Taylor, Medford. C. V. Strang, Medford. Hoy Wonmck. Medford. hi. It Peterson, Medford. Fiod W. Weeks, Medford Mra. Ktlyth Orr, Modfonl. Mae Pickens, Medford. I,. M. ltuudlett, MHiirurd. Ileth Stewart, Medford. Mrs. II II. Ne, Medford, I'. K Ulllesule, Modfonl. Noll &. Ilearn, Phoenix. Mnble lltmrn, Phoenix. llerthold Hearu, Phoenix. Mrs. I,. A, Iteamea. Phoenix. Mrs. (I II. Kcobey, Phoenix. l.oulso T. Jones, Jacksonville. Irene llnrllett, Medford. Mrs. X Wing. Medford. Fern Wing. Modfonl. Chits l'aborly, Jaeksonlllo. Mrs. V. Ilursell, Medford. Jotiophluo Coruult, Central Point. Mrs. F. C. Heliuer, Talent. Andrew Ilarvoy Pearl, Medford. Lottie M. Howard, Medford. U. W. Howard. Mtalford. Mar II. Hamlin. Medford. Uarl I'lrlfh. Modfonl. I roue I'lrtoh, MotUoM. Nlfk Kltan MAUonl. Clura Ktwe. M ml ford. Floreaco KIhsuIiI. Caatral Pa4gt. M JoaapMga ICtaefcW. Central Polat , Mr and Mra. Joaaou MartU, Jack aauvllle. HeUa llrowB. Medford. Walter U. lroH. Madlwrd. II. Ilumpatajr. MadfoMl. M. W 1 avMfjd. UedtBttl. Mias Helm IVaiao. Medford. Mr and Mrs M J Kraklae. Moil foid Mi ' T f il'igai. Medfoid OFDRM DSTRIC HON AUGUST WARMEST .HEAVY DEMAND If ORIED EGGS MONTH-YEARSHDRT! IN GREAT BRITAIN 13.28 INCHES RAIN August wni flic hottc-t month since the estnblfillnionl of a weather bu redu In thfc filtj'. Hut .02 of an inch hf ruin Tell linrinsr the month. From Hu lHlli until the 'illtli the tempprn- tu re dropped no lower than 0. ami roso as high its Kill tieureo". Theio wn one thunder -dorm duriiifr the tuontli. Seasonal vninfTill i comouted from September 1 mid the total for the yenr endiiifr August ,'ll wna 12.81 inches, nguinst an average since 1880 of 20.1'J inehe's, u seasonal deftoleiKfV of i;i.'J8 inchefl, the dryevt yeor et recorded in t,he vnlley.a The temperature ly tlnys wn1- us follows Prec. .02 JACKSON FOREST Date. Max. Mln. 1 ....WMtM..... '" f2 2 ..: '..tUg,... 92 Ti8 3 .i... SO 48 4 .rTffo . 88 49 '.'...............-4... at no o ...mJ... 7 nt 7 iw2. 8 B"n 8 i.'J.... 90 i " H3 aaraM ' io i.... t)0 5r, 11 ....... 89 154 12 .JL. 87 nt 13 .... 89 fi4 14 r 89 G4 IS .. 90 Til 1U ....,.... oJ Ilo 1 I...I.H H.HMlMlli J'l O.I is. 98 r.:i 1 JtMtMMWan 1 Ull ' 2 o i o i' r, n t an C7 eeeeaeeel "" it U...seaeeaeeteal I vW 24 - 97 CO 21. 9f? r.s 2f. 98 r8 27 101 57 28 10.1 57 29 101 59 HO .. 88 G3 21 82 f.!l Xo new fires were reported to theiwoik lonight. J4"everl hrtiith firui forestry offices lliis niorniiiir, and the 'are mirniutf in the northern purl of forest fire situation throughout the counlv. The only danger is from luckson county is now under control. Most of tho men engaged hi Ic'htint; the flames relumed tliinoruintr, inn! tho remainder wil he through their New TI iese Post Toasties (i Are the first and only corn flakes that are "good to eat" without milk, cream orsugar Try some fresh from the packnge, and at once you get a wonderful true corn flavor vastly different from that of the ordinary "corn flakes" you may have had. Notice the little pearl-like "puffs" on each flake characteristic that is distinctive; also that when the cream or milk is added they dgn't mush down, but keep -their body and appetising crijpnoas. There's a Royal Treat in every package of New Post Toasties ---from your grocer SltlPTKAI 13101? 1, 1315 F J. Oliver of London, Knulnnd, rep resenting l)i(n Wnille & Co., Lid., one of llie Ihrsent I'nrll Importing; eon cernd in tlio world, is in tlio city lifts week iutpeclint fruit conditions nnd conferring with lonjl iiicliimlf.sls on the "ule of their crops. "TlKt apple orop in the llogue River vjilley is jrooil what ifioro ia of it," said Mr. Oliver tins afternoon, "nnd Hit growers will receive n good price. There will be a heavy ilomutul for apples in England nnd the cdn lincnt. I liue been in the principal apple-growini: center' of America, and I lie crop is pint average. The npplc ctop in thw vullev I allowing llie effeds of the lnek of Irrljflftion. Some of the glowers huve been hit hard by the drouth. Some of tlio lo eal crop- I have inspected am firt olass; others are not." Asked regnrdinif the urortt wnr, Mr. Oliver fiiid thnt I'.iiIiiiiiI wits more comment tiinn over. "Ku'ulnnd is not beaatiii: hIic iiiiiv not win the war, hut she will not los it. I have mmhi with the colore, For eleven mouths lie bus lieeii drillinu:, My peixonnl etimnto i tlmt Il.fiOO, (100 men are in nruis today anxious to o lo the front. NOulv Uio wurolficf knows how mnnv men htivu enlined. They lire will to France for a lomr period, witliin lieuriutr of the Mnuids of battle. The men who ure htildin the first lino tienehes niv the vet erans of the regular army, seasoned fighters. The creen men uro held back. People ask me why Hnglaud does not launch u great offensive Kitchener has charge of Hint. Tlio world cnu rest assured Hint England will never stop until every wmng linn hecn righted and Gcnnuny brought to her senses. "The KnglMi people do not know wlinl it N lo hale. Thev bear no mnliee toward any nntion. They weep lo neo llieir hoys u'o to wnr, bill I hey linvo to ire. It dikes tin KngliHlmmu a long time to get .starled, uud hciec iik lonij to stop." Mr. Oliver will spend a few dn.M louircr in the valley before Ic.iving for I alifornia, and from there will go to L North VHkium. Hood llivt-i nnd W'cu !alchc. !a luuh wind funning the dying timbers into life. The in xli ration in the weather with the cool nights dinnn wh the ioicst fire danger. OR WINTER APPLES CONNOT IN GOLDEN STATE SAN' FIlANClSt O, Sept. 1. 'J'1'" law pissed by the last legislature re iiring imported egjt to be labeled waa deelnwd uucoiiMituUoiial todn" by Judge (leorgc A. 'Sliiflovant in the superior cuuil. The law was declar ed to interfeie unduly with inleis'.itc end foreign c intinerce and In icstru t innreusonniiiv tne nani m imohhi- imls. The Inw wn pi-scd at the hist leg iliftlve Honsion ns the reauit of agi tation inraiiist Chinese eggs. Such (liirtiilities of emrs, it nt said, were shipped here frottvChinn llitit the egjr rindustrv in Cnlifiniiiii wus threaten ed. Hensons of sanitation alo were ndvimeed in fnvor of the law. Its elfci't ou Cnnmlinii egg and its alleged violation of Ciuindiun trealv riirlits were t ilcd bv the lflcnc as evidences of tbf law's unconstitu tioiuilitv. Th" Rogue Tfiver Fruit o; I'n.ducc ns-oeinlion sold today three enr of very tine Hear deck Kartlctls fo S. Roenberg. One at New ork uiietioii avernged ipli.Ol, the highest auction price on Rogue river llnit letls delivered; one ut ."Molfi f. o. Ii. M"edfortl, private Halo; one at .il,lli f. o. b. Mcdfoid. jirivale sale. Tuesday ii ear of Hear Creek Hail letts, shipjicd by llie ussociulioii, brought $1.88, New York nuctioii. A car from Phoenix consigned to Sgobol & liny brought if 1.70 nt unc tion Tiiesdnv. Wednesday a car of I'totliills Hi rt! Its coiisi i . iic ids, Kim bull I'oi'c, lii'iiiilit fl.'.ll! tit iiue tiou. FIFTY DOLLARS FOR DISPLAY FARM PRODUCTS A special farm premium or $10 for lnat prise and $20 for second for the best Kcuernl display of farm pro ducts from any farm or orchard dp trlct Is onn of tho splondld attractive features of tho Jackson County fair, Hoptembor ii to 1 1. This should bring out a number or excellent dlspluv , more than last year, and Is an an d so a district can go together nnd com pote for the prises as well as Individ uals. D m BAR ETT PEARS WOMEN FROM ' 45 lo 55 TESTIFY To theMcrit of Lydia E.PinIc ham's Vegetable Com pound during Change of Life. Westbrook, Me. " I was pasalng through the Change ' f Life imd had pains in my uncle nnd side nnd was so weak I could hardly do my housework. I havu taken Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vege table Compound nnd it has done me a lot of good. I will re commend your med Icino to my friondfl and give you permis sion to publish my testimonial." Mrs. Lawrencb Mar tin, 12 King , Westbrook, Maine. Mnnston, Wis. "At tho Change of Life I suffered with pains In my back and loins until I could not stand. I also had night-sweats so thnt tho Eheeta would bo wet. 1 tried otlicr medicine but got no reliof. After taking one bot tle of Lydia E. Plnkhnm'u Vcgctnblo Compound I began to Improvo and I continued lU use for six months. Tho pains left me, the night-sweats nnd hot flashes grew less, and In ono year I was n different woman. I know I have to thank you for my continued good health ever since." - Mrs. M. J. BltoWNELL, Mnnston, Wis. The success of Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound, made from roots nnd herbs, is unparalleled In such Cases. If you wnnt .special advice write to Itfdln L'. rinkham Jledlcluo Co. (confi dential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter it 111 be opened, rend and niuvfcred by u nuuiuu, and held lu strict cuulldcucc, sr iii:m:.vs iiimi, I'oiitlaxi), OltHCO.V Diocesan Hoarding und Day School ror girls under tlio enro of Tho Sis ters of Ht. John Ilaptlst, Forty-Seventh year begins Sept. 15. For cat aloguo address, Tho .Sister Superior. Deep Well Drilling Oil, gas, and water wells, IS, in, 1 1-Inch to 1500 feet. For jiiIcob eo .1. KTKVKNH, 2i:s North Central From tho SMM. DIA MOND ItlN'd (iiltable for n jouim Klrl, up to Ibo I, M!(!H nitn.i.i NT oi.i or i k. vvo -a by gen tb men we linvo DIAMOND IclMi.S for F.VFHYIIODY. MARTIN J. REDDY Tin: .iicvnu:u 212 R. Main St. MOTORISTS Do you know the KOADS of OREGON CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON and BRITISH COLUMBIA They mv nil in tho now ROAD BOOK You should have ono. ' CRATER LAKE MOTOR CAR CO kl a iff. WESTON'S CAMERA SHOP UOrf East .Ma m Street Medford Tho Only Kxclusivo Gonudorrinl Photographora to Southern Orogon tfdgaUTos Madu any time o plane hy appointment Phona 147-J We'll do the rest E. D. WESTON, Prop.