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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREGON, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1910.
NO OLD SHOP
NOW IN PROGRESS
Sanfords 9x12 Axminister Rugs reduced from
$30.00 to $22.50
The closest and heaviest grade High-Class in quality,
coloring and design. .
Don't get Sanford Rugs mixed with the cheap Axmm
sters, cheaply made for the auction markets.
in Reed, Javanese, Wire Grass, Leather Upholstered, and
Stickley, Arts and Crafts
, . Oak, Mahogany and Birdseye Maple.
Wliitc Metal and Brass, single and double.
Every article reduced.
Exclusive Agents for
.The Store that made it
-raaible to Buv House
Furnishings at Right Prices
The Store of
QUICK SALES AND
m M Mft?y MBrTHIBBBj I jlPffteAvL wV VflS
Main and Laurel.
Opposite Washington School.
I Th Ute to Glassi! y
TOR SALE ICO acres. 50 acres
fruit land, over 3500 cords wood,
S wiles west of Talen,t, $2500 for
quick salo. Bittncr. Phinns bldg. tf
TOR SALE Splendid lot on Central
Save close in, $1600 for quick sale.
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dies' Aid society meets Tuesday at
2:30 p. m. in the church parlor.
Service Sunday at 11 a. m.; sub
ject of lesson-sermon, "Substance'
Sunday school, 10 o'clock; testi
monial meeting Wednesday, 8 p. m.
All are welcome. 128 North Grape
street, north of Sherman-Clay Mu
'-Kvw RAT.T1 Eieht-rooin house, 909
Hath st. West, modern, $3500. W.
glL Everhard, 214 Farmers & Fruit
fl .,. TUnk bldff. 149
"SCO TRADE For Oregon property,
2Gi& acres, unimproved, iif Des
' MoiBes, la.; value $5000. und clenr.
J Address Box 111. care Mail Trib-
," Hne office. 15
TOR SALE 100 acres, 4 acres
T cleared, creek through place, 15
acres nnder ditch, mile to school,
G miles Gold Hill; 750 cords wood;
terms and auto for part, $2500.
Address O. F. Chclgren, Medford.
$S378 HOW PLEDGED.
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St. Mark's Church.
Sundav school at 10 a. m.; morn
ing service at 11 o. m.', evening serv
ice at 7:30. All are cordiall" invite J.
CHECKING UP WATER-USERS.
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candidate in the Republican primar
ies for the position on the wator
board now filled by II. L. Holgnto of
Klamath Falls, and opposes F. it.
Gettins of Coos Bay, who is the as
heinbly recommendation. Mr. Chhi
uock finds Southern Oregon very re
ceptive to anti-assembly candidates
and feels confident thut the nsscm-
.Amlrewa. 5Q: Mlsa ICato McAndrows bly force will bo routed in all tlio
.&A4l.M, ..W, .. ..,- . .- ---
nr. ii t vr.i. cor.. o nurrnwn ! Southern OroL'on counties.
$2G; Hum & Halo, 25; W. W. Blfert, Because of his experience as mi
30; L. K. Wakeman. ?25; Moor .attorney, together with his knowl-
Enn'l Co., 2G; Clark and Foster, edge of practical irrigation and wn-
V450; James Campbell, $25; J. W. tor law, Mr. Chinnock was selected
rTIioma8, 10; George L. Davis, 2G; for secretary of the board at its
.the Morriold Shon. S10: Medford ' rsi iiieeiwg uuii unci o ;;....
lumber Co., $50; Nichols & Ashpojc,
$25; A. K. Ware, J2G; D. B. Rus
AT THE CHURCHES.
, Christian Church.
Sunday services, 0:45 a. m.; Bible
sefcool, 11 a. m.; tho observance of
the Lord's Supper, followed by u aer
bob of "The King's Marriage Feast";
7 p. ., Christian Endeavor service-;
'8 p. sa., service of special interest
ia Looor of tho opening of the city
schools. A cordial invitation is ex
Seeing' is Believing
If you want to see the fruit of 36 years shoe-making
experience, look in our windows. A trimmer
looking, finer fooling and longer wearing shoe than
the WALK-OVER can not be found. Seeing is be
lieving but wealing is knowing. -
Do you want to know?
$4.00, $4.50 AND $5.00.
bv tho leuislaturo in 1000. As soc
retnry ho bus had opportunity to
make a careful study of its provis
ions and has materially assisted in
fnrmlnc and Hbamntr the nroceduro
that has been ndoptcd by the board i
relative to water adjudications, tlo
is in norfoct hannonv with tho pol
icies now adopted for enrrying out
tho provisions or the wator law as
thev have been worked out by the
present superintendents, F. M. .Sax
ton of Baker City and II. L. Holgnto
of Klamath Falls, with tho advico of
tended to all the teachers and pat- Stato Engineer John II. Lewis, who
! iobb of our schools to attend this is the chairman of .the wntor board,
. "II . 1....1 I . .to ll 1 t . 10
f iMrvie. Jk sermon win uu pruuiueu nim auiuor m me water iuw unun.
. en "Tt World's Greatest Living Water rights representing millions
1 Teacher." W. Theo. Matlock, pus- J of dollars of invested capital will re-
, -tor. 'quire the attention of this board
Prwfcyterian Church. within tho next fow years. The watel
' 1 PwackinK by the pastor Sunday, Jwas-tN. . .o7C-t vflsr Tcra eta ec
September 11, at 11 a. m.; special , luw has its onomicH and uidess euro-
wusie, Mrs. Colonel Frank Ray will fully administered could becomo n
mag a t1o. iGood congregational grout burdon iuuteud of a help to wa
wsgMHfriJl on invited to this serv- tor users. At present more than 00
m. dfrMflbioK in the ovening at 7:30 IpoUtioiiK for wator right adjudica.
o'eioek. Sitaday school at 10 n. m.;itions uro oi) file in Secretary Chin
C E. mgritty at 6:30 p. ra. The La-lnock'H office at Salem und many are
now in the procesn of adjudication,
as urc the Rogue river rights,
Tho water code requires that the
superintendents have a technical and
export knowledge of irrigation la.v
and its administration. Mr. Chin
nock lies had considerable practice
in the irrigated districts of the state.
Ho is a graduate of the University
of Minnesota and was established at
Baker City and later at Portland be
fore accenting his appointment as
secretary of the wator board in 1000.
This is tho first oloction of water
superintendents under the wntor law,
tho presont members holding by ap
pointment under former Governor
George E. Chamborlnin. Tho first
division, for superintendent of which
Mr. Chinnock in candidate, is com
prised of all those counties west of
tho Cnscndp range.
CContinned from Page 1.)
at the reservoir on the hill cast of
town threo months before the water
system was accepted by the city of
ficials, and had konl him thevo like
a Jupiter PJuvius to open the wator
gates when fircB in Medford called
for moro moisturo and urcssuro. Mr.
Baker said that he had paid the iniiii
$1M for his three months' service
and that it was only just and right
that the city should reimburse- linn
for his expenditure. Mayor Canon
argued, on tho othe.i' hand, that the
ciiy had been allowed no jurisdiction
over the reservoir before its accept
ance and that only part of tho bill
should be paid. Councilman Dom
nmr ii(n5n nnmo to the rescue of the
mayor and council by stating that
water had been allowed to run over
tho sides of tho reservoir when tho
people of Medford' and their lawns
woro thirsty. Baker claimed that lit
tlo wator was wasted and that wator
was refused the suffering people -in
order to have a full tank for a fire
emorgonoy. The open discussion of
tho proposition was dropped without
nny notion, as Contractor Baker re
fused to compromise, and City Re
corder Telfer began reading over tho
bills against tho city, including a $3
burial item for a deceased ennino.
The routine business transacted
was as follews:
An ordinanco authorizing $30,000
of water bonds for city of Medford
If you want a pick from the newest and smart
est styles ever shown in tho.northwcst, wo invite
vou to call and inspect tho now 1911 models in
smnnt Suits, Overcoats, HATS, FURNISH
PRICES 20 PER CENT LESS THAN OTHER
WHEN YOU SEE IT IN OUll AD, IT'S SO
For a Quick Sale
1G0 acres; 50 acres fruit land; over 35 00 cords wdod; 5 miles west Talent;
$2,500 for quick salo.
E. F. A. Bittener
Phipps Building, Room 207.
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was passed, as was an ordinanco do
('hiring the cost of assessment for a
wator main on South Central avo
line from Thirteen street to south
Tho roports of tho plumbing in
spector, street commissioner and tho
city recorder woro nccoptod and
placed on file.
An order was passed giving Coun
cilman Domnior authority to have a
now roof put on tho city hall.
Tho Odd Fellows woro granted a
building permit for their building on
A resolution was passed ordering
Fir street pavod from Main streot
to south city limits.
An ordinance was passod amend
ing section 3 of ordinanco 133, al
lowing wooden buildings to bo built
within tho firu limits at tho discre
tion of council, providing that tho
buildings were to bo used for resi
dence purposes only.
A resolution ordering a sidewalk
on Quiiicu streot from Main to
Fourth wiih passod.
An ordinanco (loelariug tho cost of
puviug North Central avonuo paused,