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THREE MEDFOED MEN ON
TBEASUBER STEEL'S BOND
State, Treasurer Stool has filed his
new bond with 112 sureties, who aigned
(for vnrioisums, aggregating $l35.000.
This is :tTnnn ,., .i ,
- ""v man nns required.
Three Medford men are on the bond
W. I. Vawter for S,i)ili), J. M. Keene
for $5000 and J. F. Keddy for $.-(l(IO.
The bondsmen aro:
0 F. Yates, Benton, $5000; H. W.
Kauphisch, Benton, $4000; C. V. Joha
son, Benton, $3000; J. F. Allen, Ben
ton, $3000; C. A. Dannemau, Benton,
$5000; August V. Fiseher, Benton',
$5000; E. I". Rands, Clackamas, $2500;
Franklin T. Griffith, Clackamas, $5000;
E. A. Sommeri, Clackamas, $5000; J. U.
Campbell, Clackamas, $2000; C. O.
Huntley, Clackamas, $5000; V. A.
Huntley, Clackamas, $5000; Grant B.
Himick, Clackamas, $5000; H. E. Cross,
Clackaii, $5000; C. II. Dve, Clacka
mas, Tom P. Randall, Clacka
mas, $510; T. A. Pope, Clackamas,
$2500; J. E. Hedges, Clackamas, $1500;
XX. S. Mount, Clackamas, $2500; V. H.
Mattnon, Clackamas, $5000; J. C. Ful
lerton, Douglas, $5000; A. C. Marstors,
Douglni, $10,000; Frank E. Alley, Doug
las, $5000; .). Bowerman, 'Gilliam,
$5000; V. I. Vawter, Jackson, $35,000;
J. M. Keeno, Jackson, $5000; C. E.
Harmon, Josephine, $2000; H. h. Gil
key, Josephine, $2000; V. C. Hale, Jo
sephine, $2000; C. D. Welter, Josephine,
$2000; A. H. Carson. Josephine, $2000;
If. G. Smith, Josephine, $2000; J. P.
Roilgers, Marion, $50,000; E. M. Croi
aan, Marion, $10,000; George F. Rodg
ers, Marion, $10,000; R. E. L. Steiner
Marion, $10,000; Henry B. Thielsen!
Marion, $10,001); H. .1. Hendricks, Mar
ion, $10,000; William P. Lord, Marion,
$10,000; J. H. Albert, Marion, $40,000;
W. Carltoa Smith, Marion. $2500; W.
S. Dnniway, Marion, $5000; Joseph M.
Healy, Multnomah, $20,000; George F.
...,Heusner, Multnomah, $10,000; Charles
H. Carey, Multnomah, $10,000; Thomas
C. Devlin, Multnomah, $10,000; A. B.
Mauley, Multnomah. $20,000; Joseph Si
mon, Multnomah, $20,000; Union Guar
antee Association, Multnomah, $25,000;
W.- H. Pope, Multnomah, $10,000; S. T.
Britten, Multnomah, $10,000; F. S.
Stanley, Multnomah, $10,000; W. B.
Glafke. Multnoniali. Aloooo- r. v
Walling, Mntlnomah, $10,000; C. W.
l ornelius, Alultnomah, $5000; S. B. Par
ker, Multnomah, $5000; B. E. Fiske,
Multnomah, $5000; E. B. Ferbaeher,
Multnomah, $10,000; Frank E. Doolev.
Multnomah, $5000; Count Senosky,
Multnomah, $!0,000;-Villiam P. Swop'e,
Multnomah, $10,000; S. W. Stryker,
Multnomah, $5000; J. F. Roddy, jack
son, $5000; Minor Lewis, Muitnomah.
$5000; G. 0. Moser, Multnomah. $5000;
G. S. Sheperd, Multnomah, $2000; James
rt'Brion, Multnomah, $5000; Mark Rob
erts, Multnomah, $2500; IL L Keeney,
Multnomah. $10,000; R. E. Williams.
Polk, $10,000; E. C. Kirkpatrick, PoHt.
$1000; B. S. MeCallon, Polk, $1000; T.
JU.'horriiigtan, Polk, $lo00a.M. D. EUia.
Colli. $1000; J. II. Raley, Umatilla,
$10,000; M. V. Gwinn. Umatilla. $5000;
V. J. Furnish, Umatilla, $5000; E. L.
, Smith, tlmatilln, $5000; J. W. Scriber,
Vl'nion. $10,000; C. J. Scribrr. Union.
$3000; G. O. Butler, Wheeler. $1000; J.
S. Stewart, Wheeler. $2500; W. V. Stei
wrr. Wheeler. $5000; J. 11. P:-'-.-.
Wheeler. $2500; W. K. Newell. Wash
ington, $1000; E. W. Haines. Washing
ton. $5000; M. H. Shipley, Washington,
$1000; J. N. Hoffman, Washington,
$1000; John Templeton, Wnshingtonfr
'."'0O; L. .1. Corl, Washington. $looo;
S. I',. Starred, Washington, $1000. To
tal. $035,000. ,
H. II. Beokman of Portland is spend
ing the holidays with his .family in
Misses Leona Ulrich and Bertha' Prim
wont over to Medford Thursday eve
ning to attend the Swastika party.
('. P. Briggs, the druggist, is at Butte
Pi'lls looking after his timber inter
ests. On last Saturday the primary pupils
of Mrs. Louise f'aughthran gave a re
tital at her studio, when the following
programme was rendered:. " Peace in
the Evening" (Behr), Blanche Apple
g;ite; "Nest Eggs' (Lange), Grace
Nelson; "Home. Sweet Home," Ha.el
Norling; ' ' Cradle Song ' ' ( Hewitt).
Cora Basye; "Boment Musicale" (Mo
zart), piano and violin, Maude New
bury, lone Caughthran.
Is hereby given that the undersigned
will apply to the city council, of Med
ford. Or., at its next meeting to be'
held January 7, 1!"K, for a license to
sell malt, vinous nnd spiritous liquor
in less quantities than a gallon, for a
period of si months at my place of
buHinps at lot 14, block 90, Medford.
Or. C. M. (UPttOS.
Dflted December 2. 19117. 24
Mrs. Kerwlww. who Uas been visit
At tle honin of'Tnw Kaler is Knst
Itavd for thn ptwrt thrpe weeks, left
fnndav morning on the southbound
irntn for hr home in Ka'rtern Oregon.
The Nash Hotel and GrlU
car ftreiM (
ITEMS FROM PEYTON.
" ' ' ,' Bv MissM. E , Pevton. !
K. .11 Kirby and Clarence Boussum
are spending tho. holidays with friends j
and relatives at Peyton. j
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Richardson and
son Edmund are visiting friends and
relatives at Medford during the holi
days. They expect to return home in
Miss Gladys Miller, who is teaching
school at Peyton, has returned to her
home at Wirner to spend the holidays.
The nmilcarrier failed to come from
Eaglo Point last Thursday on account
of high water.
W. O, Vaughn visited the home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Peyton a few days
R. E. Peyton returned home a few
days ago from Eagle Point.
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Love, who have
been staying on Mr. Vaughn 's place,
have moved to Central Point.
The big dance at the hall at Peyton
passed off fine. Eve ry one had a
Ed Ilollenbeak attended the big
dance Christmas eve. He came from
Is hereby given that the undersigned
will apply at the regular meeting of
the city council of the city of Med
ford. O r e go n , to be held on J an u a r r
7, 100S, for a license to sell spiritous,
vinous and malt liquors in quantities
less than one gallon for a period of six
months, nt their place of business in the
Hotel Nash building, on lots 5, 6, 7 and
8, inblock 20, in said city.
' 5 HOTEL NASH COMPAXW
' Dated December 26, 1907. 246
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN'.
Tjiis is to certify that I will prosecute
any pnrty or parties to the full extent
of the law that attempt to cut timber
on my claims, located in the southeast
quarter of the northeast quarter, the
north half of the southeast quarter and
the northeast quarter of the southwest
quarter of section S, in township 39 3.
of range 1 west of Willamette Meridian
in Oregon, containing one hundred and
sixtv acres of land. tf
(Signed) ANNIE M. LODER.
The city council at its meeting held
on December 13, 1907, instructed the
recorder to purchase house numbers and'
to furnish the same to all property own;
ers nt as near cost as it wns possible.
The numbers can be had from the city
recorder about December 20. The re
corder will also furnish the correct
ii umber or each lot.
BEN.T. M. COLLINS,
i it .if. -.
Is-4iio4yi.giuim that thej.uulersigned
will apnlv to the citv council of Med-
ford. Or., at its next meeting to be
held .Inuuarv 7, 190S. for a license to
sell malt, vinous and spiritous liquors
in less mianttties than a gallon, for a
period of six months, at my place of
business at parts of lots 10 nnd 11
block 4-1, Medford, Or.
T. H. MOORE.
Dated December 26,. 1907.;.
No Fire In the Kitchen Range
No Hot Water In the Bouse
Then is the time you ap
preciate the convenience of
Attach a plug to
' the nearest lamp
socket and turn the switch
PINT. QUART, TWO QUART
AND LARGER SIZES
Plat Size U ipecully adapted for nursery
;CA1L A'l 1 1 R I HCE
AtD f I I tt IIS
Cftudar Water and Pwar Ca.
P4nm ". Office SMWBtk StMftt.
Oppnaitr tk Big Kltric Sign.
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M E D Y O R I) OPERA II O U S E
HAZELRIGG & WILLIAMS, MORS.
TUESDAY, DEC. 31st
"First real novelty since 'Peter Pan." Frank W. Healy presents
comp1n7co 0PEEA "The Toymaker"
A Dainty, Dancing, Delightful Comic Opnra.
"Big laughing hit." Portland Oregonian.
"Will enjoy it from curtain to curtain." Portland Journal.
"Cannot fail to please both young and old." Portland Telegram.
SPECIAL PRICES 50c, S1.00 AND 51.60. SEATS ON SALE 10 A. M.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27TH, AT HASKINS'.
MEDFOED TRIBUNE'S MAMMOTH 1908 EDITION BEADY IN
JANUARY PROMOTING PUBLICITY THROUGHOUT THE
COUNTRY CONCERNING AMERICA'S GREATEST APPLE
AND PEAR PRODUCING DISTRICT, THE ROGUE RIVER
VALLEY, THE CREAM OF CREATION FIRST ISSUE 10,000
COPIES ORDER NOW TO SEND THEM TO YOUR FRIENDS.
DISTRIBUTED OVER THE WORLD SINGLE COPIES 10
QUEENS WARE, OUT GLASS, HAVELIN
CHINA. VASES AND JARDINIERES
Medford Steam Bakery!
HOT BOLLS FOB BREAXFAST
or dainty little dinner rolls that
will tempt the appetite of the i
most fastidious, Is the kind w !
serve evory day when ordered, j
Broadstuffs, light, white and de- j
licious, is our specialty, as well
as the richest, finest cakes, pas- j
try and pics. When you want tui
enjoy your meals, order youi
br.Uestuffs from us.
OUR NEW YEAR'S
BILL OF FARE
Contains nil the good old-fashioned
d'shes associated with the day and
many more besides. Come and eat yours
here. Bring your wife with you. She'll
enjoy tlu cooking at this restaurant wo
know. And she'll appreciate immensely
the treat of eating such a fino meal ;
without tho trouble nnd labor involved
in its cooking.
now open for business on the
a full line of
We make a specialty of pure goods;
aad a large
One More Day of the
Are vmi poing to pass up this opportunity to. savo money on EVERX
ARTICLE IN THIS STORE. The
I aiice Sale in January and a few
have something else to interest you then. Wo will show new goods two
months ahead of the majority of stores of the country. Better Bomo to
nforrow. Hosiery Underwear
Half Price Suit
and Coat Sale Continues
SALE LASTS UNTIL JANUARY 15TH, 1908.
If wo have any Units left to sell by that time. If you want a Suit o
Coat at from $1.01) to $7.00 Iosh than tho eastern wholesale cost, now is tin
Hmo to buy it. Oou't wait. Mvery suit and coat in the house must go
nnd in order to movo them quickly,
WE SAY HALF PRICE ON ALL.
FIRST ROOM NORTH OF JACKSON COUNTY BANK.
West Side next to the Presbyterian church.
nlwo have a complete line of
old way would be to have our Clear
cleanup sales iu February; but we wiM
Kvory puir of Hoao in tho stun
urn! our linos aro in good com!'
tion, wilt bo on ante tomorrow.
You nover saw such good valuej
in n regular way, and whon wo
say one-fourth off, well, wo have
seen nierchnntfl jump at th'
chance to buy tho samo values a',
the prieoa we aak you uow.
All lii'ic and Wo Hosiery .. :i
All 17c and 20c Honiery ...21c
All 25e Hosiery now only.,.. 10c
All 40c and !15c Hosiery ...,29c
All oOc and (10c Hosiery ....''3'
All 73c Hosiery now 67c
All $1.00 HoBiory now 7BC
All 1.2o Hosiery now 98c