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Monday, April 13, 1915
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who, for example, publishes a Want ad once, and if It does not bring
the result desired decides that "advertising does not pay," should study
the practical results, in all lines of endeavor, of perseverance. The law
of "try again" is as potent in want advertising as in any other effort
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CHAIR DOCTOR R. H. Stanley, ex
pert furniture repairer and up
holsterer. Carpets beat, relaid and
repaired, bedsprlnga restretched,
' chairs wired, rubber tires for baby
buggies. 26 First Ave., opposite
First National Bank. Telephone
AUTO LIVERY Floyd Dickey. Tel
ephone 342-Y. 81--
BILL POSTER Will Stennett, 116
Factory St. Bill posting and dis
CIVIC IMPROVEMENT CLUB. The
regular meeting of the club will be
held on the second and fourth
Tuesdays of each month at 2:30
. p. m., at the Carnegie Library lec
CHAUTAUQUA PARK CLUB. Regu.
lar meetings first and third Fri
days of each month at 2:30 p. m.
Mrs. A. G. McCarthy, Pres.; Mrs.
Jennie Faucett Greer, Sec.
Spray Material and Fruit Sliippers'
Lininger sella all kinds of spray
material and fruit shippers' supplies
in season. Prices right. 87-lmo
FOR RENT Furnished housekeep
ing rooni3. Mrs. Bates, 150 First
TALENT NEWS ITEMS,
FOR RENT First class electric
vacuum carpet cleaner. Minlrr urn
chargo $1 per family if not more
than ona day. Card tables and
chairs for rent. J. P. Dodge &
Sons. 9 0-1 mo.
Miss Alice VandersluU, Talent cor-j were: Mesdames Emmet Beeson,
respondent, is authorized to repre-jHoldridge, Ella Holdrldge, Edna
sent the Tidings in all business rela-jHoldridge, Frank Delwin Hurley,
tlons In this field. Headquarters, 'John Budgeon, J. Patterson, J.
VanderslulB & Burgan store. Crawford, Twogood, T. Mattheson,
Peter Vandersluis, Effle Seaman,
Janus Murray, J. Roblson and Cole
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. More returned
from Oakland, Cal., where they at
tended the wedding of Mr. Morse's
Mr. and Mrs. James Murray left
Saturday for their future home in
Portland. They have spent the past
year with their daughter, Mrs. P.
M ses Bostwick of South Talent
wer. visitors here Friday.
FOR RENT Three newly furnished
front rooms, Allen building. Call
at real estate office, 63 North Main
Last Monday evening the town
council held their regular monthly
T. E. Scantlln and family of Med-
ford were visitors here Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Frame were In
Medford transacting business Thurs
The LadieB' Aid of the- Methodist
church met with Mrs. Bowman this
week. A 10-cent lunch was served. J;i Withrow attended the funeral
Fourteen ladies were present, who;of hi.-, uncle, Mr. Nelson, at Ashland
all pledged themselves to earn $1 In-'Friday.
FOR RENT Two acres of Irrigated
garden land in city, and on paved
street See McWilliams & Edging
Poultry, Pigeons, Birds, Etc.
FOR SALF Setting eggs, and orders
booked for baby thicks from my
traD-nested thoroughbred Rhode
Island Red hens. G. W. Benedict,
PHONE your orders for Rhode Island
Red baby chicks and hatching eggs
to Mrs. W. D. Booth. 996 Oak
street. Phone 291-R. 90-tf
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
TRADE OR EXCHANGE
WHAT HAVE YOU to swap for
horse, buggy and harness? One of
the best outfits in town. Horse
kind and not afraid of autos. Jas.
Hersey, 448 Helman. 87-tt
WANT TO TRADE A fine 10-acre
ranch, 5 acres In bearing fruit, 5
' acres alfalfa, set to young trees.
One 8-room modern house, in city
of Grand Junction, in first-class
repair. To trade for Improved
good farm in the vicinity or Asn
land or Central Point, or country
between. Went equal trade. Val
uation of Colorado property,
$10,000. Address Mrs. George B.
Clark, Grand Junction, Colo., R. F.
D. No. 1, Box 157. 91-3t
FOR SALE Homestead relinquish'
ment. For particulars address R
F. B., care Tidings. 18-tf
Abraham Lincoln, the boy, said:
"I'll gef ready and maybe my chance will come"
His chance came. He was ready. He "made good."
You, too, can "MAKE GOOD" when your
chance comes, if you are ready. Get ready
now ! Take a business or stenographic course
. at the
MEDFORD COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
31 N. Grape St., Phone 15-L. School all Summer Day and Evening
1 t J. S. t .e a . J. 0 JV e
Intehirban Autocar Co.
Between Ashland, Talent, Phoenix, Medford and Central Point car leaves
Ashland noi-tlilxtiind daily except Sunday at 9:00 a. m., 12:45 p. m.,
2:15 p. ni., 4:30 p. m and C:45 p. in. Also at 12:10 a. in. Saturday
night. Sundays leave Ashland at 9:00 a. in., 12 noon, 4 :00 p. m. 6:00
p. ni. and 10:30 p. ni.
Leave Medford for Aslkhmd daily except Sunday at 8:00 a. m 11:00 a. m.,
1:15 p. ni., 3:30 p. m. and 5:15 p. m. Also at 11.15 p. m. on Satur-
w I 1 I
FOR SALE Five acreB of irrigated
land on the Boulevard, one mile
from P. O. A snap at $1,500. Mc
Williams & Edgington. 78-tf ,et8 were Medford visitors Tuesday.
stead of having a sale of any kind.
Mr. and Mrs. "Will Gleim spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Meader last week.
Mr. Hockham of Portland was the
guest of A. S. Ames and lamny
Thursday. Mr. Hockham is a busi
ness visitor in Medford and is repre
senting the Fleischman Yeast Com
pany. Mrs. E. A. Perry was a business
visitor to Medford Thursday.
Mrs. J. Patterson of North Talent
attended the party Tuesday in honor
of Mrs. James Murray.
The Yeoman lodge held a meeting
at their hall Tuesday evening.
Mrs. H. C. High is improving and
hopes to be able to be outdoors next
Mrs. Olive Wolters and Mrs. Wil-
day night. On Sundays leave Medford at 8:00 a. in., 11:00 a.
2:00 p. m., 5:00 p. m.. and 9:30 p. m.
MUST SELL my Ashland 6V4-acre
Thornton Smith, son of G. F.
free Irrigated bottom land, dairy, Snilth ,ho ls verv m with pneumo'
... . m i. V. A 1 '
cnicKen ana iruu raucu. a ui-
galn. M. Jacker, Ashland, Ore.
WANTED TO BUY Five to ten acres
within five nlles of Ashland, well
located: no fruit cultivated. Must
he reasonably cheap. Address 4671,
Tidings office, givlnc location, price
FOR SALE At a bargain, 50-acre
ranch, barn and outbuildings.
Stock and implements. For par
ticulars communicate with D. E.
Combs, Talent, Ore. 70-tt
nla, Is reported to be out of danger
Mrs. Erwin was an Ashland visitor
Joe Kerby was in Ashland Tues
Last Friday Mrs. Stannard, the pri
mary teacher at the Talent school,
FOR SALE Owner offers finest visited the primary departments in
acreage nome in Asniana, wun or Medford MiS8 Ruth porter of Ash
rlgation. Also highly Improved ianu, itscuei u. iu
20 acres near Grants Pass. Box training class, taught in her place all
144, Ashland, Ore. 85-lmo. that day
mo cat V A fi.nr.rnnm hniia. J--asi f rmdj eveuiue w
close in. With cement sidewalks, dance was enjoyed at me i. u. v. r,
sewer, electric lights and city wa- hall, eiven bv H. O. Powers. Be-
ter. imy aonars ,ca8?- "a,a tween thirty and forty couples were
flu yvr iuuuiu.
Price $850. See
McWilliams & Edgington. 65-tf
WANTED Sewing by the day or
piece. Mrs. Bomar, telephone
WANTED A good second-hand mo
torcycle on payments. Apply at
mechanical side of Tidings at 5
FOR SALE LIVESTOCK
FOR SALE Shetland pony. A. M.
FOR SALE Cow and chickens. Ap
ply to the Beaver Realty Co. 62-tf
present, and the evening was spent
On Saturday afternoon Mrs. E. B
Adamson will entertain eleven little
girls in honor of her daughter, Miss
FOR SALE A homestead rellnquUb
ment of 160 a:res, two-roouiei
house, barn, chicken house, witi
garden tools, plows, etc. Well wa
tered and on Pacific Highway. Marjory, who will celebrate her elev-
wm traae ror Asniana Property. h birthday. The decorations will
Address A. R., care Tidings. 36-tf . u tM ' . ...
De carried out, in pnm mm -nunc
run bale UK 1 KAUisr-i nreo io n James Howard of Little Applegate
lots in St. Cloud, Florida, and two Ja vi-itimr
five-acre tracts within three miles spending a few days here, visiting
of the town. Will trade for Ash- friends and transacting business.
land property or other property e. Fox of Grants Pass, formerly of
worth $800. Walter Herzog. Horn- T,0,. trnnanrtlne business here
.Cal. 89-lmo. 1 7' I V" j
FOR SALE Two small horses. Ap
ply C. I. Homes, phone 14-F-2.
FOR SALE Kimball piano, $165.
Call 586 East Main street, phone
FOR SALE Young black horse.
Will trado for good cow or heifer.
Address Leonard Oorthuys, Talent,
Best home ranch In Ashalnd. Two
and one-half acres heavy bearing
fruit, good condition. Income $1,000.
Ned modern eight-room hoHse, screen
sleeping and back porches, wood and
packing sheds, stable. Beautiful
shady lawn. Fine location. Call and
S. C. GUNTER,
85-lmo. 715 North Main.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
LITHIA WATER, delivered. 20 cents
per gallon. E. L. Rasor, phone
DELIVERED AT YOUR DOOR
In demijohns or bottles, 20c gallon.
Geo. B. Yates, Phone 346-J.
uvr RALE At a bargain, a $65
range, sir. hole, No. 7, with warm
in vn and reservoir. Has been
ohniit four months. G. W
4 38 N Main street. 81-tf
Tuesday and Wednesday,
Miss Blanche Gutches of Anderson
Creek is reported as very ill. Her
many friends hope for a speedy re
The Talent school has selected
Thursday, April 8, as visitors' day.
All who are interested in what the
school is doinc are earnestly request
ed to attend for at least a part of
FOR SALE Twenty acres of the fin- the day. The day will be devoted to
est fruit land in the city limits of usual routine, no special program
Ashland: 12 acres in trees more U..,i nrAnarorl A visit from
than four years old, mostly peach- , 0.,mi,..tA thn
esreity water. This is an excel- parent! will not only stimulate the
lent buy, with the finest view in pupils to Deuer worn, uui wm Knc
the valley. It you have the cash the narent a truer conception of
Mr.-. J. II. Withrow of Anderson
Crei-k is visiting in Ashland.
Mix X, Roberts of North Talent
was it business visitor here Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Bin;an were
Ashhuid visitors Friday.
Mi;. Charles Kerby of Wagner
Creel; visited here Friday, and her
sister Mrs. Toby of Medford, accom
panied her home to spend a week.
C. M. Thomas has just finishel
room to be used as an office in the
front part of his home.
Everett Beeson is making a busi
ness trip to the Applegate country
A. B. Chase, the district school su
pervisor, and Francis Winn of Y,'cl
len visited the schools In the vicin
ity of Talent the latter part of the
The W. C. T. U. met Tuesday at
the Christian church. The ladies
have decided to hold a medal content
In the near future. The program
consisted of readings by Andy Rob
erts, N'omalie Norman, Jo-i Barro't,
Fred Cook and Mrs. Cook.
The Methodist church will hold
their Easter services Sunday, the ser
vices having been postponed on ac
count of delayed programs.
Mrs. M. A. Hartley of North Tal
ent was a business visitor here Fri
day. Mrs. Lillie Hughes and little
daughter of Bear Creek visited at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Rob
Mrs. A. F. Carpenter left Friday
afternoon to spend the week-end with
her sister, Miss Amy Armstrong, of
C. O. Gutches of Anderson Creek
was a Medford visitor Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Estes arrived
home last week after spending the
winter months at Glendale, Ore., at
the home of Mrs. Estes' parents, Mr.
nd Mrs. T. F. Smith.
Mrs. Louis Brown and Miss Lennie
Hanscom were Medford visitors
Thursday. Also Miss Betty Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Beeson spent
Thursday in Medford, visiting
Mr. Neil of Fedford made a bus!
ness trip here Friday.
Mrs. J. B. Jones and children of
Wagner Creek viBited friends here
William Fox of Wagner Creek met
with a painful accident Tuesday af
A surprise party was at the home
of Mrs. Barnhart of Wagner Creek
for her daughter.
The Big Gray Car
JUDGE FOR YOURSELF.
Which is Better Try an Experiment,
or Profit By an Ashland Citi
Something new is an experiment.
Must be proved to be as represent
ed. The statement of a manufacturer
is not convincing proof of merit.
But the endorsement of friends Is.
Now supposing you had a bad back,
Would you experiment on it?
You will read of many so-called
Endorsed by strangers from far
It's different when the endorse
ment come from home.
Easy to prove local testimony.
Read this Ashland case:
A. B. Scofield, 1087 North Main
street, Ashland, Ore., says: "Doan's
Kidney Pills gave me great relief
from a bad attack of kidney disease.
I am now free from all symptoms of j
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Scofield had. Foster-Mllburn
Co , Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
C. E. FR0MAN H. C. HIGH
We Build Homes and Fii Things
TRY US. PHONE 372 R 4
DR. JOHN F. HART
Physician and Surgeon
The Commercial Club requests the
names and addresses of parties who
are considering coming to the coast
this summer. We wish to send them
literature and give them a good con
ception of Oregon. 74-tf
to handle this will make you an
attractive proposition. Communi
cate with G. W. B., 1027 Grand
View street, Los Angeles, Cal.
MUSIC AND ART.
Mrs. M. A. Reed, 150 Sixth street.
what the school is trying to do. Vis
itors are requested to enter without
knocking, inspect the work on exhl
bitlon or listen to any class reclta
tlon in which they may be Interested
It is not only the Intention to show
off the good points of the Institution,
but also to allow the parents to see
the dally work.
The principals' of the several sec
ond and third class schools in the
valley have decided upon April 30
for their annual school field meet, to
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING
General contracting, new and old
work; cement walks, cemetery cop
ings, brick, cement, wood work, lath-
4n and Dlasterlng, cobblestone.
e.n,roi hnildine contracts. 88-4
gLFl'1' " " "
TEACHER OF PIANO Mrs. J. R
nnhortinn 31ft Almnnri Btrcnf Ad'
vanca nlano work and Burrowes be held at Talent
kindergarten classes. 44-tf Mr. KnlEhten of Wagner Creek
was a business visitor here Friday
Ralph Hedges returned Saturday Mrs. Louis Brown and daughter
from Shasta county, where he went Betty were Medford visitors Tuesday
two weeks ago, investigating condl- Mrs. Knlghten of Wagner Creek
tlons In several localities throughout visited in Phoenix and Talent Tues-
that section. day,
Mrs. J. W. Davis and Mrs. Wardrlp
Mr. and Mrs. Garrett, Mrs. Klum of Wagner Creek spent Monday in
and Mrs. Nelson were entertained by Ashland
JOHN F HART; M. D., Physician
and Surgeon. Office, Mllls-McCall
Bldg. Hours 10 to 12, 1 to 3.
Phones: Office, 83; residence,
DR ETHEL J. MARTIN, Octeopathlc
Physician, in charge of the practice
of Drs Sawyer and Kammerer,
Pioneer Building. Office phone,
208. HourB, 9 to 5 and by ap
. ai. 1-1 ttnA
.::Jn. Practice limited to eye,
na and throat. Glasses sup-
-,.iiaf and aurlst for S. P.
B. R. Offices, M. F. and H. .Bldg..
opposite postoffice, Medford Ore.
.i K7 1-11
Mrs. C. W. Anderson at Phoenix last
William Kerby of Wagner Creek
was a business visitor here Tuesday
Tuesday afternoon a surprise party
was given at the home of Mrs. John
Roblson and Mra. Coleman in honor
of Mrs. James Murray, who leaves
Saturday for Portland, where she
will make her home. Mrs. Murray
was first given a shower of flowers
Two warehouses near Depot hn a. banket was s:lven her contain
Goods of all kinds stored at reason- . KollMf.,i uonuerrhiefs from all
Storage and Transfer Co.
C. F. DATES Proprietor.
able rates. .
A General Transfer Business.
Wood and Rock Springs Coal.
Office, 99 Oak Street,
the ladles. Mrs. Murray responded
with a. poem. Also two other well
selected poems were ready by Mrs.
John Roblson and Mrs. Ella Hoi
drldge. At 5 o'clock dainty refresh
ments were served. ThoBe present
Phone news Items to the Tidings.
All we ask ls the opportunity
of doing so. We feel assured
that our endeavor to serve you
will be a strong factor in per
suading you to become a per
manent patron of this bank.
Our Interests are mutual.
State Bank of Talent
Our strain of
S. C. White
to hens and make
heavy Winter Layers.
Write now for special
THE BIHN HATCHERY
i A! ZVl d rn I CI Vt
sa. rMWYajTvrsisi m i iwri r m
11 1 ssjilf ivif li Mil l 9 BJF
jff Large $t in Y
(a postal card
will do) and
get our chicks
for winter lay
ing and excellent
Stockholders' Meeting. .
Notice is hereby given that the
regular annual meeting of the Btock
holders of the Rogue River Fruit &
Produce Association, for the election
of directors and the transaction of
such other business a3 may properly
come before such meeting, will be
iKld In the Public Library, Main I
street, Medford, Ore., on the 1 1th J
day of May, 1915, at 10 o'clock a. m
ROGUE RIVER FRUIT &
By A. C. Allen, President.
A. C. Fiero, Secretary.
Dated Medford. Ore., April 7,
TO INSURE in a company you do not know
is like loaning money to a stranger.
The following letter tells Us own story:
To Whom It May Concern:
We have this day received draft of $800 In full payment of the
policy carried by uo in the California Insurnn-e Co. on our stock
and fixtures which were destroyed by fire on January 13th.
cannot speak too highly of the prompt settlement by the company
and the courteous treatment and efficient servlco received from the
adjuster and their local representative, KJ.0'n'DE WITT
Dated Ashland, Oregon, January 20, 1915.
INSURANCE THAT INSURES.
Who Carries Y01R Fire Insurance? 41 East Main Street
Spray pumps, both In hand and
power; spray hose, spray rods and
nozzles. All kinds of garden tools,
and everything in the Implement line,
at Plel's Implement house. 85-tI
Get scale recelDta.. legal blanks,
etc., at the Tidings office.
TO ASHLAND FOLKS
I wish to announce that I am ex
elusive Ashland agent for the sim
ple mixture of buckthorn hark, glyc
erine, etc., known as Adler-l-ka. This
remedy, used successfully for append
icitis, is the most TIIOllouuu uowei
cleanser I ever sold. It Is so power
ful that ONE SPOONFUL relieves ai
most ANY CASK of constipation,
sour or gassy stomach. Adler-l-ka
never gripes, Is safe to use and the
INSTANT action Is surprising. T. K.
J. P. Dodge Sons
First Class Service Moderate Prices
Free use of chapel for funeral services
State Licensed Embalmer Deputy County Coroner