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.Wednesday, August 4, 1020
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Jack Lilly returned yesterday
from San Francisco where lie has
been in the Southern Pacific hos
" j)lral. 1 He has practically recov
ered from injuries received in an
Occident on the railroad and Bays
he Ja feeling fine.
Miss Pauline Mice of Pendleton
uas greeted at the station yester
day by Miss Gertrude Engle of
thir. city. Miss Rice is returning
to her hame In eastern Oregon
from Berkeley, where she attend
ed summer school at the Univer
sity of California. ,
Jack True was In from the
(iteenHpring mountain road camp
yctieruay ami says me rouo crew;
Up there has been making goodjn
progress out nave oeen siowen
down recently by heavy rock for
mations they have encountered.
Ruy Booth and R. W. Long of
Yonrullu, Oregon, were in Ash-
land last week and pirchased five i , ,
t. ,, Jed to spend the remainder of the
Tine Ramhoullut rums from Fred
Mrs. Herman Young und son,
fidney, of Grants Pass, were in
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HI 1MB UUIUlIiy UUttUlU Ul VI I Hill a I
T hn Ih.o vll. imr friends In I
Jhe city for the past two days
Vernl Carter Is back from the
Illks' convention at Salem. He
flopped at Roseburg for u visit on
the return trip.
The county is keeping the road I
fix miles this side and five miles!
tim other i i'' of Prospect, sprink-1
led in order to keep down thej
lieavy alkali dust which last yean
made thiB Btretch the worst piece
of load in tho state. The stretch
(a .nrlnHe.1 ,lltv
The forest fire north of Jack
gonville bas burned over 600 to i
TOO acres und on Wednesday lt,0f Sparks, Nev., are reported to
threatened the Webster and Hop- pe parents of a baby daughter,
Uns ranches and burned consid-; who arrived July 25. Mrs. Cart
on tile fencing. It was under con-j mm is a daughter of Mrs, D. N.
trol at latest reports. j Davis of Ashland.
Word has been received here by i v. W. Hittle and family, Em
Pistrict Fish and Game Warden j lnett Sutton and family and J. E.
Pally from Captain Ilergdoff, sUtej Marling were up from Gold Hill
game warden, that he will for-,,,, attend the Odd Fellows picnic
ward 300 Chinese pheasants here: j.e,pr(ay
within the next ten days for dis-j " :
tribution throughout Jackson MONDAY'S NKtis
county. Mr. Dailey says that he,
find Ed Walker will endeavor to;
insinuate tne o.ras in sucn P'ace-,
where they will be least liable to!
be shot during the pheasant hunt-
Jug season, and mat ir any one:
wants several of the birds for his
farm or ranch he can obtain them
by making such request of him
ftelf or Mr. Walker. Medford
The county court is starting a
laige force of men to work on the
road between Reese creek school
house and Butte Falls. This hoad
serves as an outlet for Butte Falls
and Derby people and In past Win
ters bus been almost Impassible.
lAbout three miles of road through
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Hie suchjr nun,,.-, ... -
cauamlzed niid lor tne remniiiner
Of the distance it will be graded
and put In good condition. Jack
Fred Herrin is shipping a fine j
Ramboullett ram today to Doug
Ins. Wulte, Dicksonville, Oregon.
rri. .,lml nt tioc Tr ,
jur iiiiiim.m nu.u .. T.-. .....
Jlerrln's fine band or tnorougn-, j,, w R yockey nt 105 Pine
breds Is attracting much atten- 81(.et
tlon from Oregon and California! a
breeders. j J. S. Jordan received word this
morning that his brother, Al, who
' Donald Silver has gone to Or-L, i;ea(!( out tnia way for a visit,
land, Calif., to spend the remain- j reaclle,i Yellowstone Park,
cler of the summer vacation, with Ham gays Al will protably reach
his uncle, C. F. Silver. He will AshlamI gonie tlme this fall, but
return in' time for school In Sep- ,iag no (lea of the approximate
tnniber. ,at0 0 avrival for the reason that
A large contingent of Ashland
Elks went to Medford last night
to attend the smoker held by the
Medford Elks. Two lively mixes
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Payne ar
rive from Hlllsboro tomorrow for
B visit in this city. Mrs. Payne
la a sister of Mrs. Susie Allen. ,
Mrs. Susie Allen reports rent
ing the L. M. Hand house to C.
W. Snodgrass, who with D. Y. K.
Henry, recently purchased the
plana Barber shop from Clyde Cos
tello. Mrs. Allen says four peo
ple were in yesterday seeking a
house to rent and two this morn
ing, but that she knows of no va
ant houses In the city.
C. R. Heimroth and Ira Chaney
'. the Medford Roof Painting com
pany, are painting the roof of the
Katatorium. The Nat roof over
the dance floor has leaked con
(iderably during the past year and
) addles of water on the floof
glowed up the high steppers some
what on rainy nights. Mr. Chaney
pays "she'll stay dry as punk"
when they get through with it.
They recently finished painting
the roof of Fred Wagner's house,
jpn Granite street.
Sirs. D. Perroizi of Ashland, who, Oregon Power company wai a vi
yf&r. recently appointed a member jjtor in the city yesterday,
of the executive committee of the a a
Republican State Central Com- Mr. and Mrs. Manley Brower,
jnlttee, baa Juat returned from ! Missei Mlna and Vda Brower and
Chicago and the east. While In
Cbiago she had a conference at
republican western headquarters
with Mrs. Medlll McCormick, mem
ber of the national committee,
Mrs. Raineeks, executive secre
tary of the committee, Mrs. Rob
inson of New York, who made
such a wonderful speech at the
republican national convention,
Hnd Mrs. Dobbins of the Illinois
state committee. National Chair
man Hayes and other party lead
ers were also In Chicago. Mrs.
Peroxsl secured splendid informa
tion regarding the plans of the
! committee and especially the wo
man's work for the coming cam
pnlgn that will be valuable to the
state and county committees.
Helnrelch Heidenrelch, who left
last Monday for California to at
summer achoo at stBlltord
order (0 meet requrements.for
a teacher's certificate In Califor
nia, found that his qualifications
entitled him to a certificate with
out attending the school, was cer
tified by tjie State Superintend-
ent at Sacratemnto and has return-
I summer In this valley, after which
fhr. expects to nccept n position In j
Amer and Walker have opened 1
ft new exchange store In the build-1
'hit formerly ncminled bv Baker's1
confectionery on North Main :
street. The new firm appeals toiou ueucu aie.iue,
both consumer and producer!.
Their first ad appears elsewhere
111 thla Ifiultn
Dr. S. A. Danford left today i
U'or Jefferson, Oregon, where hcjjeneiuay.
Wll attend the State
Mrs. H. O. Danford of Seattle,
Is visiting at the home of Dr. Dan-
ford on the Boulevard. Mrs. Dan-
1 ford is the wife of Dr. DanfordV
L. whn nnerate, lu.ee dental
oil ice in Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Cartmill
from a li-in to
Thg Bu,e of fl two.acre UOme'from an extended automobile trip ,
, ,ro , inll,hM,u.hl ,.nH . k n(,wn
as the Butte place, by Mrs. Anicel
McClunahan to I. W. Sperry, new-i
comer from Washington state, isj
reported by the Beaver Realty
company. This place sold twice
in a period of five days.
l:,lwniil Ktunnard Is here from
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berKeiey, waere ne aitenus me
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i n vera tv ot i.ai norma. lor a iew
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dayu visit with fronds.
Mr and Mrs Jav Terrill and
Mrs. F. C. Hillard of Talent and :
e aUe..g Mrs 0ray
Portland, spent yesterday in
and Mrs. H. K. Tomllnson
, left this morning on a vacation
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sn.itn are at tne uome oi mr. any :
Al is touring by auto without
scbeduel and without plans ex
cept to have the best kind of a
Miss Mildren Million has return
ed from Sisson, where she attend
ed the summer school session of
the Chico Normal, held at the
Slicsta mountain resort town. She
will teach here this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Engle have
gone to Lake of the Woods to
spend a two weeks' outing.
Phil Rose will leave tomorrow
for Pelican Bay to look after tim
The funeral of H. C. Chamber
lain, who was killed in a truck
accident last week, was held this:
morning from the Chamberlain
home on Mountain avenue. A
daughter and son were visiting
in New York and hurried home
when word of the accident reached
them und arrived Sunday. Tho
body was taken to Klamath Falls
The Trigonia oil well Is now ,
down to a depth of 680 feet.
The forest fire north of Jack-
scnvillo Is now practically out.
C. A. Malone of the California-:
Mr. Bill Hobbs of Washington, D.
C, who is visiting at the Brower
home, returned Saturday from an
automobile trip to Crater Lake,
Pelican Bay and Lake of the
0. E. Cush ,who has been em
ployed as cook at the Nelda cafe,
left Saturday evening for his home
in San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Jenkins, Mr.
una Mrs. S. B. McNair and Mrs.
Ray Murphy have gono to Lake
o? the Woods to camp for a week
Mr. and Mrs. Shaw, son, and
grandchildren, returned this morn
ins to their home In Oakland after
a visit with Mr. Shaw's brother.
Bob Shaw, at the hitter's home
on Rock street,
i a a
Mrs. W. A. Shell Is visiting in
K. W. Flackus, Fourth street
grocer, has returned from a
jcurn" in the hills.
Rohrke has purchased a
from tho Norton
1fn Itf U Mna ami Huu T.ontiil
Noe of Berkeley, California, moth-
er and sister of Mrs. rrank nr-
gus of this city, arrived yesier-
day for a visit at the Valgus home
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Vaupel and
their (laughter and son-in-law, Mr.
u"l Mrs. M. H. Weaver of port-,
bind, motored over to Rogue river '
Mrs. S. P. Shutt Is here from Mrg Wllliam Briggs is recover
California to spend the "ininer. , .....ui. t.,om ,,,. ., geve
bne is staying at me ueeiei res-
Mj Margaret Carter of Eugene i
is Vl8iU,,B " " C!irte1' 1,1,(1 0ther
relatives and friends .In this vi-'
The T. H. Simpson family autoed
over to Sams Valley yesterday.
Mrs. H. J. Carter bas gone to
Montesano, Washington, for a few
weeks' visit with friends and rel
atives. J. W. McCoy is a business visitor
to Jacksonville today.
!.,,. Meador of the Culver- i
sity of Oregon spent Saturday at
the home of his school friend. Fred ,
Schuerman, in this city. !
Clifford Yurborough is in Ash-
land this week enroute to Astoria :
through New Mexico and Call-'
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T- Anderson and wife, ol ,
Berkeley, are visiting at tne nome;
of Mr. Anderson's sister, Mrs.
Henry Enders, who drove up tojrington.
Prosnect. Sunday, with a party
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of friends, savs there were about
125 carloads of valley folks up,"' IBIIIU1U ""'"""ilir.d, have none to Slirata rotmit
gunda R R nn li3 creaiing lnuch fl.TOrable coin-L H)(,n(, a fpw dttyg
family were among the Ashland j
visitors to Prospect
Merle Rohison and party ore ex
pected back from Crescent City,
tills evening and others who are j Hoy was a teacner in tne asiuuiiu
contemplating trips over to thojfbools in 1912.
Coast are anxiously awaiting" his
report on road conditions.
O- T' Be rgner, manager of the
l'Vininir Ihuniva mtiirnAfl Kunrliiv
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from Portland where he has
lining up some high grade attrac
tions for Ashland theatregoers.
C. A. Shutt and family, Miss
Fern Murphy and John Finneran
formed a picnic party who spent
last evening In the wilds of Wag
M. C. Bressler came down from
Springfield last night and is look
ing after his timber Interests on
Wagner creek today. Mr. Bress
ller was a former well known Ash
Early Hosier and Sim Morris
brought bacK the bacon yesterday
or, rather, the steel head. Be
low the Gold Ray dam they caught
17 fine trout ranging from 10 to
16 inches. '
E. D. Briggs and wife and W. M.
Briggs will leave Wednesday for
Gold Beach, where the former will
participate in the conference in
regard to Rogue River fish prob
lems. D. M. Spencer and family, and
Ed, Mary and Esther Spencer
leave this evening for the moun
tains. They expect to spend about
two weeks at the Spencer place
in Dead Indian and ut Lake of the
Glen Simpson, John Rigg and
Donald Dickerson are off in a
br.nch for the wilds of the Oregon
coast country. This morning thev
loaned up t gallons ot precious
paeoline and figure It will last,
them most of the way. They go l a "Five Hundred party at tne
to Crescent City and then up the home of Mrs. O. W. Long, n See
rrat in Port Stevens at I ho mniilhloild street yesterday. Four tuh-
of the Columbia, returning inland
a a ter taking nigli nonora aim mr.
Mr. and Mm. Irving Finley, Mm. iFolts the consolation prlie. Mr.
J. S. Parson and H. C. Emery have' Guy Jacobs added to the enjoy
relurned from a trip to Crater ( ment of the occasion with several
lake. They report the Rogue river piano aolos. Tasty refreshments
XSH1AHD WEEKLY TIDINGS
road to be in good shapo, far bet-,erc served. The guests were:
ter than last year. They return- Mrs. W. A. Landls, Mr. and Mrs.
ed'by the Dead Indian route. G. H. Hedburg, Mr. and Mrs. C. O.
a a ; Porter, Mr J. T. McGregor, Mes-
Several Ashlanders who have , ,amcg j rj, poori ceo, Stephens,
been down Medford way recently; ituv Hale, Laura Love, Guy Jac
have remarked the beauty of a obs, Mark Smith, C. W. Wiune,
bed of petunias on the W. E. Wil-F. Foltz, W. Bevington, J. H. Tur
liams place an the Pacific high-;aer and Good.
way Just this side of Talent. Thej ,
flower beds extend the entire WEDNESDAY'S NEWS
length of the place and are gor- rjr. Geo. Klnz, chiropractor,
geous with blooms. A nicely keptmho recently came here from Pen
green lawn makes .the premises juieton and opened offices over
one of the most attractive along: Mitchell's clothing Btore, has pur
tile highway. I chased the residence on Morton
A ; street at the top of Greshnm
Arthur and Gertrude Trout- BlreW frQm Dr p a , BweiJeni)llrg-j
fetner, Miss Edna Burns, Misa "
Irene Steidl and Miss Falldlne re-: Captain Briggs of the First
turned this morning from Crater, Company, Oregon Coast Artillery,
hike. reports that as a result of the suc-
J cess of the Cabaret entertuin-
SATl'RDAY'S NEWS i liicnt recently staged by the Guard
The warehouse fire at Medford' company, the company finances
hah thrown' the fear of fire Into: were greatly Improved. Approxi
the hearts of many in this district.! malely $250 was cleared. The
et-terday a man stepped into u! company met informally Monday
local fire insurance agent's office! night but did not go through n
so-;and had some furniture which he!
lina In a warehouse here, insured
lor the period of six hours Deiore
h0 would get it out to take It to
Kltimath Falls. Ho said he hadjM. fc. hcurch, was in Aslilanil
ibeen burnt out twice but never!
ihad Insurance before as he had
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thought it would cost 100 niucn. ;
It C()Ht hlm Mn for , lB.
Miss Rose Peck of Los Angeles,
who was on her .way home from
a two months visit In the east,
f)ent u ,,ay here Ulis week at the.
. 0 MilcWilllains home.
,,(.ck j8 siatei-in-law of Mrs.
,,eck ho Wlia fol.merly Miss May
niness and is now able to sit up.
Dr. Shaw, who has been nere
,ooking , ., 1)ropei.ty all( ,
Visiting his family, has left for'
Al);eles. The fumily will fol-
lew inAugust to make their home,piego They expect.,0
in Southern California,
Miss Marjorle Whited, who bus
been visiting friends in the. city;
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LUl IIIO pni iiiuiiui. it;iv wo, e
for her home in Visnlia, California.!
Lillian Currier will in the near
future open a millitrery shop iiij
jthe, Butler building next to the
Postal Telegraph office. The
'00m ,,ei"S Panted, ren-
evated and fixtures placed. The,
"mers con,e ,ro,n url,"ls l uss:
I,n1 weie ""racted to Ashland
necause asiuuhu .isuuiij c"j".'
summer weamer stverai uegrees
cooler than the "Climate" In the
W. W. Wheeler is in Grants
Pass attending to business.
Mr. and Mrs. J .H. Harrington
roturnsd Friday from Grants
Pass where they Vi3ited Mr. Har
dlngton's mother, Mrs. L. M. Har-
i mlnntiiie renllca of Crater
A minatuie repi.ca oi miei
"V Asnianuers wno .-
ittd the neighboring city recently.!
Miss Ora Hoy of St. Paul, Minn..
is a guest of Miss Renae. M
Mrs. Ira Pittman returned from
he south the first of the week.
The Swedenburg house on Iowa
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through the Billings agency.
Miss Pearl Ady of Myrtle Creek
arrived last Thurslay for a visit
at the home of Mrs. J. B. Cozart
on B Street. Tho Cozurts and
their visitor will go to Crater
Luke the first of next week.
One of the Intel-urban cars
smushed Into a Reo truck in Med
ford yesterday, but beyond a
smashed wheel, no dainuge was
L. F. Thorn, the Medford man
who was sent to the state hospi
tal recently for mental treatment,
escaped from that institution one
night several days ago and made
his way to Medford by some
moans, arriving there Thursday
night, greatly to the alarm of his
family on North Ivy street, be
cause of th rents he hud made
before. Mrs. Thorn sent word to
the police and Night Policeman
Adams and two deputy sheriffs
went to the house, took Thorn Into
custody and locked him up at the
county jail to await the coming
of attendants to take him back to
Mrs. R. E. Hanks und son Cle
land of Ohio street, have gone to
Portland for a week's business
trip and visit. Mrs. Banks will
visit brothers and s sters In Port
Euti'i'liiiriN nt 5(10.
Mrs. W. A. Landis of Oakland.
California, wan the honor guent
leu were played, Mrs. C. O. Por-
Rev. M. B. Pnrananpln, state
Surdity school missionary of the
ionuay. e visiter, me uiui'j
"d'ool while here.
Mri. Charles and Will Liml-
Biiv itsii yesieiuH,v iui u inu wfuns
cnii.piiiR trip Into the hills.
Mrs. Tumey of Medford und
Mesdaines Richmond and DaViHon
o," Central Point arc camping in
Miss"16 1)1,1 11 to enoy ,na Ron(' things
the Bible school
Mr. and Mrs. Finley expect to
make the Crater Lake trip this
week. Mrs. D. Parson will ac
! George" Ross Is enjoying a va
cation outing in the mountains.
Misses Nina and Hazel Emery
und Mr. and Mrs. C E. Lane left
yesterday by automobile for San
j three or four weeks and will stop
iat San Francisco, Los Angeles und
Air. and Mrs. Dean Scott are
parents of a fine haby boy wfio tir-
Mr an(1 Mi,s
R. L. Chaney re.
' joire in the arrival of a baby son,
has been named
Ad i iu n Boyd.
H. R. Jucoby of the Plaza con-
fuonery is a husines visitor to
i jiedford today
Dr. Canfield and wife of Drain
and Mr. Canfield') father and
mothed from Seattle arrived Sat
urday for a visit at the Garrett
home here. Mrs. Canfield was for
merly Miss Bessie Garrett. On
Sunday Dr. Canfield, his parents,
and Mrs. Garrett left for Crater
Lake. The Canflelds return ti
Miss Lucile Hayes and her
fiiend, Miss Amelia Reals of Port-
gim Morris is unobtrusively
crowing over the Ashland fisher-
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Sunday and returned with empty
baskets. Sim went down below
the Ray dam Sunday evening und
caught four nice steelhead and
DRIVES AWAY 11JES, MOS
QVITOES, AND GNATS j
Why lose your temper at a cow
kicking at flies? Use FLY RE
PELLENT and the cows will stand
65c QT., $1.75 GAL.
Poley's Drug Store!
FOLEY A ELIIART
T TDDLS I v
of Garden Tools has innei. .
Good tools are esential t good
results In garden or Held.
Heme trout In the course of the
evening's fishing. He used spin- tie. The completion of this stretch , Noel, also of Medford, was arrest
ners for the steclhead. of pavement gives tourists a pav-ied for failing to dim his lights
The rim mud around Crater
Luke has been thrown open to
the public, the snow having melt
ed. off und tourists can now drive
around the lake. Last year the
road was not open until August.
Despite tin, rains of late spring
and snowfall In the mountains,
the snow is melting off early on
the high peaks this year, and In
dications are that tho creeks und
river will be low In August.
It. A. Hutchison, editor of the
Oakland Tribune, is spending i
three weeks' vacation In Ashland
J. H. McKlnzle purchased an
Ourland Four from the Marcy
agency last Saturday und J. J.
t'ozart followed suit the first of
A Chandler car b 'longing to the
Norton Motorcar Company, which
was supposedly stolen J'rom in
front of the Norton garage some
time Monday night, was found
yesterday near Talent, A tire
was punctured and the gas supply
E. N. Norton Is in (Irauts Pass
Oil business today.
William Kin, lull of (Irani
lass paid n flying visit to Ash
land yesterday to visit his grand
daughter. Miss Margaret Alone
Ni rtou. Mr. Uinliurt says being
0 grandpa is quite interesting.
Dr. Mtiude I. Ilawley is hack In
her office in the First National
Hank building after a three week's
vacation, the first week of which
was spent in the vicinity of Port
land and the last two near Itocky
Point on Pelican Bay.
(101,1) HILL Considerable re
joicing is noted among car owners
and motor truck opeerators over
the completion of the 2:100 feet
of pavement over the Tolo over
head crossing, six miles south of
For several months traffic was
compelled to lake a detour over
very rough clay roadbed while
wnitiiiK for the big earth up-
On Savings Accounts
A Dollar Starts an Account
STATE BANK OF ASHLAND.
Acts on the Stomach,
For Defective Elimination
in Constipation, Rheuma
A 25c Box
Will Convince You.
ASK l'Olt 1'ltKE SAMI'I.I
Tha IRokoJUL Stori
AKE YOU BAVIXO
1 FOB A HOME?
There are many advan
tages of having a home
of your own. The soon
er you begin to save for
this purpose, the nearer
you will be to greater
happiness and success.
Start fund 'or uol,,e
now with The Cltln-ns
Rank of Ashland.
W BANK NS
preaches to the overhead to
oil highway from several miles, when approaching another vehicle
ol Ashiiind to Gold Hill. .at night.
With the exception of a compor- No Ashland autolsts have been
ulively short leugth of hlghwav I pinched yet. i
in both extreme ends of the coun-
ty the Pacific highway is nowj Albina. First Pontoons of five
paved. Freight and pussenger ; pontoon drydoek completed,
sen-ice on regular schedules Is , "
now successfully operated between ;
A."hlaml and Grants Pass, while
W. K. McCrackcn Is operating J
regularly, hauling passengers be-:
twtri u itoselmig and Medford.
The Jordan Electric company is
installing u large electric sign for
the Automotive shop today. Sev
eral Ashland business houses have
recently had electric signs erect
ed und others ure plunning to do
C. V. Cute, county pathologist,
has purchased the .1. D. Ilousley
pear orchard, east of Medford.
The property consists of 40 acre
of bearing trees end is consid
ered one of the choice orchards
ol' Hie valley. The purchase price
was $211,000. .Mr. Cute will con
tinue as county agent.
The county court recently np
I'ointed Deputy Sheriff J, J. Mc
Muhon as special traffic officer.
Mr. Mc.Mahon has grabbed a cou
ple of Medford truck owners for
The New Pack of Salmon
Ffesh Strained Honey
From the Mountains
Stearns Sell Service Store
7 Main Street Opposite the Plaza
A Complete Line
set-'operating without a license. H. II.
TAKE A TIP AHOl'T
FROM' A POET
The poet said: "What
is so rare us a day in June?
Then, it ever, come perfect
The perfect days of June are
favorable days for painting.
No Bcorching sun to blister
the paint, small chance ot raiu
to hinder the work.
Yes, June is the best month
of the year. So why not call
us up nnd make a date for
June? We shall be glad to ad
vise you In regard to selection
of colors. PAINT UP.
THE PAINT MAN
Ready to Brighten
New Spring styles.
VOli MEN'S WEAK
UY THE POST011ICE