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Local and Personal
Miss Alta Norcross has returned from
the normal school at Los Angeles.
DR. T. G. HEINE—Physician and Sur
Office over M. & M. Store 22.
E. Main Street, Medford, Phone: 303
Mrs. Kate Rowe is visiting at the
home of Mrs. Cooksey for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Davisson enter
tained at dinner H. H. Clark and Lee
B. Franklin last Sunday.
Mrs. W. E. Kahler was called to
Portland Tuesday evening by the se
rious illness of her son Edward.
Betts will buy all your old zinc, cop
per, lead, brass, etc. Hotel Cen tral.
Mr. Slater and wife of Medford,
formerly of this place, called on friends
here Sunday. They also attended the
sp ecial meeting held in the big tent by
the Adventists in the evening.
Paxson’s Almond Cream is best for
sunburn, tan and rough skin. 10c and
25c, at Paxson’s.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Thos. McGraw,
living near Central Point, an 8-pound
son, on June 21. Dr. Lyd ia S. Dow re
ports mother and child doing well.
Today, June 28, is the first wedding
anniversary of Henry Riley and wife.
Prof. Stanley and wife were married
on the same date last year also.
A. W. Lewis of Medford has pur
chased the local meat market. The
deal was closed the Dast week, and Mr.
Lewis intends to furhish local buyers
with the best of meats at prices that
will not tempt anyone to send to Med-
forn for their meats. His predecessor,
Mr. Ernest, has gone to Klamath Falls
to accept a position in one of the city
markets there. Mr. Lewis is a young
man of clean character and is an ex
perienced meat man, deserving the
patronage of local buyers.
A. Nibley, manager of the Utah-
Idaho Sugar Co.’s plant at Grants Pass,
paid the Herald a visit the early part
of this week. He reports prospects
for a bumper yield of sugar beets this
season, but said the final yield might
be redu ced if it did not rain pretty
soon, as the beets were beginning to
need a rain badly.
Little Ruth Hawk is spending the
week at the Gold Medal Ranch.
Clarence Lovern has sold his “ bug”
(Ford). But leave it to Clarence, for
he will probably be flying about in an
other “ bug“ of greater size and speed
John Williams and family spent the
day in Medford recently.
We carry an assortment of forty
different kinds of Talcum Powders.
You should find your favorite at Pax-
Dr. Dow was ill for more than a
week past with ptomaine poisoning, al
though he was not incapacitated for
his regular duties. He is feeling much
improved at this time.
Mrs. J. Hill, who came here from
Gold Hill, left this week for Weed,
Cal., where she and daughter and little
son will be near the husband and father.
Mrs. Hill has a son in the U. S. Navy.
Realizing what the Red Cross means to
the boys in the war, she loaned the
Gold Hill Red Cross society her sewing
machine while there free of charge,
and says the women took the best of
care of it. Before leaving for Cali
fornia Mrs. Hill looked up Mrs. Palmer,
the chairman of the local Red Cross
auxiliary, and offered the use of her
sewing machine free for the next month
or so. Mrs. Palmer gladly accepted the
kind offer and wished us to express
their appreciation in mentioning the
By Mrs. C. S. Lammey
HAZELR1GG—Died, June 18. at 4 o’
clock a. m.,Mrs. Eliza Ann Hazelrigg,
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J.
Timmons, Agate, Oregon, after an ill
ness of about 6 months. Born January
13, 1859, at Waterford, K”., where she
grew to womanhood. In 1878 she was
married to John L. Hazelrigg.
Mrs. Hazelrigg lived a devoted Chris
tian life, having joined the Christian
church at the age of 13. She was of a
cheerful, sunny disposition, and was
loved by all who knew her. She leaves
to mourn her loss three sons and two
daughters: Frank W of St. Croix, Wis.
William P. .Illinois Valley, Or., Ray
mond H. of Cottage Grove, Or., and
Mrs. Carrie G. Odell of Yoncalla, Or.
and Mrs. John Timmons of Agate, Or.
Paxson sells kodaks and'supplies.
Get yours today and take some pictures
on the Fourth. Kodaks and Brownies
from $10 up.
Look out for fires this dry weather.
If a lighted match is thrown in the dry
grass now, especially when there is a
strong breeze blowing, you might cause
the loss of thousands of dollars worth
For your tired, aching feet get a box
of Rexall Foot Powder from Paxson's,
Grant Lands Locating
The Government needs Farmers as
well as Fighters. Two million three
hundred thousand acres of Oregon &
California Railroad Co. Grant Lands.
Title revested in United States. To be
opened for homesteads and sale; con
taining some of best land left in Uni
ted States. Large copyrighted map,
showing land by sections and descrip
tion of soil, climate, rainfall, eleva
tions, temperature, etc., by counties.
Postpaid, one dollar. Grant Lands Lo
cating Co., Box 610, Portland, Oregon.
A 10-round event and two fast preliminaries will be offered at
the big Ashland Roundup, July 3 and 4. The Grand Championship
Boxing Tournament is attracting wide attention, and the lovers of
this sport are planning to attend from all over Southern Oregon.
The boxing tournament will be held in the Roundup grounds under
the auspices of leading Los Angeles and San Francisco fight pro
moters. Harry Lefkowitz of “The Referee,” a leading sporting
paper of this coast, has arrived in Ashland, and is making arrange
ments for the events. He has secured two pairs of the fastest
lightweights in the west for the two main events. On the 3rd
Bobbie Allen of Portland and “ Kid” Snyder of Ashland will put on
a fast 8-round preliminary. Both fighters are well known in Ore
gon and a big crowd is expected to witness the battle.
On the 4th the principals will be “ Red” Watson of Denver, conqueror of
"Bud“ Anderson, and “ Fighting Eddie” Burns of Oakland. On the 5th the
main event will be between “ Fighting Jonnie” McCarthy of San Francisco,
who has just returned from the East, where he won twenty straight fights, and
Frankie Jones, who has just won five straights in Portland. These events will
be the greatest boxing matches on the coast this Fourth and will attract many
fans from all the coast cities.
For reservations of seats, address Greive’s Cigar Store, 15 E. Main St.,
Ashland, Hotel Austin, Ashland, or Nash Hotel, Medford. Bring the ladies.
Special corps of ushers will be on hand to handle the crowds.
ASK YOUR GROCER OR BUTCHER FOR
Crisp, Sweet Breakfast Bacon
Spicy, Succulent Ham
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