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JtEDFORD liHOT! TllTnmm MTCDFOUD. OHKCION. 1IOXDAY, AI'IIIF. 7, llllil.
Oil)' To will ho reappointed post
master of Central Point, although ho
In r republican nnd the position Is a
dcslrnblo on, Democrats as well an
republican' seem to lio almost una
HlMioiiHly.ln favor of Mr, Tex. , . -
' 'JuiIro Benson of Klatnatli Kails
tnsH(t through Medford Friday en
route to Portland to nltend the fun
eral of the lain Mr. I'. R Webster.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Reebo worn among
the many from Central Point district
In Medford Saturday.
Orchard, hunting. fishing
Crater Lnko scono for aalo at Ger
klng, & JIarmon's studio. Negatlvo
mado any place, kodak finishing. 12S
East -Main street. Phone 31 5 R. '
.1!. 0. Porhnin, tho bridge builder.
Is making Portland, a visit.
Mr.- nnd Mr. D. II, Miller spent
Saturday nnd Sunday In Medford.
V. H. Wnnn, certified public ac
countant, who Is cxperting tho rec
ords of the city, expects to conclude
his labors before tho middle of tho
month. It will bo some time before
ho will conclude his examination of
the Jackson county books.
Oct a home In tho Plerco Acres.
Sale April 10th. 15
Win. Lewis nnd George Larder
wcro among tho residents of Knnes
Creek district who spent Saturday In
K. Britt, James Hock and George
X. Lewis of Jacksonville transacted
business lu Medford Saturday.
If you want your lawn mower
sharpened or repaired phono 5P0-J.
Mrs. F. G. Ford of Hilt, Cal.. has
been In Medford making relatives
and friends a visit.
C. E. Glllts. nn attorney of Yreka,
Cal., Is making Medford d profession
It. K. Nell of Spokane, president
of tho Rogue River Valley Canal Co.,
arrived in Medford Saturday.
Remember Pierce's Auction Sale
Aprjl 10th. 15
It Is rumored that John It. Ham.
mersloy, .postmaster of Gold Hill, 'has
resigned and that H. D. Reed will
probably be appointed to till the va;
D. L. Anthony of San Francisco,
traveling agent for tho White Sewing
Machine company, Is spending a few
days In tho city and valley.
Guaranteed complete wagons a
Pell's, Ashland, for less than 1100.
The vacancy existing In tho Jack
sonville postoffice will bo filled in a
short time. J. R. Nell, Lewis Ulrlch,
John F. Miller, M. M. Taylor, Mrs. R.
B. Dow and Mrs. Mayette Rose are
applicants for tho position.
T. N. Patton of GraTO Creek and
E. Genctt of Grants Pass were here
recently on business.
Buy an aero nnd a quarter, or five
or ten acres, at Pierce's sale. 1C
Captain W. Rawllngs visited in
Medford and Talent Saturday. Mr.
and Mrs. Rawllngs will soon leave for
their homo la Sheridan, Wyoming.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dean and R. 11.
Dean of Willow Springs district tar-
ritd in Medford a while Saturday,
W. H. Kinney of Sams Valley, foro-
man of the Strang farm and orchard,
spent Saturday in Medford.
Gcrklng & Harmon, studio por
traits, homo portraits, flash lights,
kodak finishing, post card work and
enlarging.; 128 East Main stroet;
telcphono 216 R.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gregory of
Big Sticky wcro Medford visitors Sat
urday 5Ir. and Mrs. C. E. Hanse nnd
George Sorenson were up from
Grants Pass u few days since.
William Ulrlch mudo a business
trip to Ashland Saturday afternoon.
Dr. R. C. Kelsay of Gold Hill was
among the many who came to Med
lnvjte your frlonds to come on the
excursion from Tacoma to Medford,
April 9. Round trip. J10.70.
Miss Hollo Jones of Beagle has
been In Medford visiting her sister,
Mis draco Jones.
. I). Adams of Phoenix Is stopping in
Medford, the guest of Angus McDo
.You set the price, tho terms nro
easy. Pierce's sale of acres. Thurs.
day, April 10. 15
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Colvlg of
Grants Pass visited in .Jacksonville
Saturday and Sunday, guests of their
son, County Recorder ColvlK, nnd his
Henry W Taylor of Applegate
transuded business In Medford Sat
urday, 5tr. and Mrs. John Dlgham wero
business visitors Saturday.
J. It. Wyatt, an extensive lnck
raiser of Lake county, who has been
under treatment nt Grants Pas for
snow blindness, spent n day In Med
ford during the week.
Mrs John ltoblsnn of Tnlent. who
Is being treated at the Sacred Heart
hospital, Is Improving steadily.
Mr. nnd Mrs. llert Anderson left
on Saturdny afternoon train for Cal
ifornia, to bo gone a short time.
I. W. Berry, who is farming in
.Ant loch district, spent u couple of
days In Medford during tho week.
Carkln ft Taylor (John t. Carkln
and Glonn O. Taylor), attornoys-at-law,
over Jackson County Bank
Frank H. Nell, supervisor of Big
Butte road district, was lu Medford
and Jacksonville last week.
Mr and Mrs. O. Dnnford and Chas.
Duntord, Sr. wero over from Jack
J. D. Ball of Hotel Nash Is making
the stato of Washington a business
Insuro and be sure. Right It wo
wrlto It. R.,A. Holmes, Tho Insur
ance Man, '
D. Terret, who has been In Med-
Mr nnd Mrs. O O. Owen were
among the ninny from Grants Pass
who rnmn to Medford during (ho
Miss Kmmn Thompson, who has
been InVhargo of the Hotel Medford
dining room for tho past ysnr, has'
gone io rcugeno.
Barnes' Circus Coming
"When Lincoln Paid" Is the tilli
of this powerful historical feature
Tho opening scene shows Abraham
Lincoln In his youth addressing an
nudlrnen on the street. A terrlfU
thunder storm comes up, scattering,
his auditors, and Lincoln mounts his
horse nnd rides nway. The storm lu
creases in fury, and Lincoln Is com -I
pelted to seek shelter nt a farmhouse
owned by a widow, Mrs. Barnes, who I
has a son about 10 years of nge !
Mrs. Barnes prepares a hearty meal'
for Lincoln, who dries himself at.
the hearth, and when the storm han
ford for several months past. IefticeagCl, wl8nMt0 ay tMrfe . narni,8 for
Weeks & McGowan Co.
Day Phono 227
Night V. W. Weeks loa-J.2
A. 15. Orr 078-M
Friday for North Dakota to tako
charge of a big farm belonging to his
. Ray Fnucett of Crescent City, Cat.,
Is a late nrivnl In Medford.
Mrs. F. A. Buffum of Roscburg la
In Medford again. t
.Kodak finishing, tho best at Wes
ton's, opposlto book store. .
Norman Hcrrick of Benton county
is making Rogue River valley a vjslt.
A. J- Klorey, postmaster of Kaglo
Point was u recent visitor In Med
ford. K. P. Hughes of Ashland passed
through Medford Sunday on his way
to Portland in tho interest of a steel
railroad tie that is being put on the
Glenn O. Taylor was In Jackson
ville Saturday on business.
Special Tablo d'Hoto dinner at
Holland hotel every evening 40c 34
Miss Matney of Applcgate is visit
ing her sister, Miss N. Matuey.
Mrs. Emma Thompson has gone to
Albany to pay relatives n visit.
Mrs. E. Hlgglnbotham of Kanes
Creek spent Snturday in Medford.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Patterson of Tal
ent precinct mado a trip to Medford
Mr. Tonkin has returned from a
business trip to California. .
Vapor baths and scientific mas-
sago for men and women. Dr. R.
J. Lockwood, chiropractor, 203 Gar-nett-Corcy
bldg; Phone 145.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Armstrong
aro late arrivals from Pocatcilo.
R. C. Hcnsley. for many years a
resident of this valley, was on tho
northbound train Saturday, en routo
to Alberta, Canada, from California.
Owen Dunlap and Lester Lacy were
up from Phoenix Saturday,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lewis of Ante
lope wcro among their Medford
Mrs. Brown of Jacksonville was in
Medford Saturday visiting her daugh
ters. E. D. Weston, commercial photog
rapher, negatives mado any time or
placo by appointment. Phone M.
John Rogers of Spokane, who has
been spending a few days In Medford
and Grants Pass, left for homo Sun
Prank Cameron and C, L. Springer
of Applcgate tarried In Medford Sat
Mrs. E. L. Farra of Contral Point
made Medford friends a visit Sat
urday. Real home made bread, DeVoe's.
Ed Shipley mado a trip to Ashland
G. Collins, formerly of tho Art
Store, has gone to California and
may leave Medford permanently.
It. W. Hitchcock and Ed. Garrett
of Eagle Point district were In Med
Miss Greta Fortmlller of Albany
and Miss Mader Mays of McCloud,
Cal., nro recent arrivals in Medford.
Dr. Cyreuus Vromnn of Portland,
who was formerly a resldont of Gold
Hill, has traded a big farm In the
stato of Washington for tho business
block In Ashland occupied by C. II.
Vaupel Co. and others and located
opposite Hotel Oregon. Ho expects
to exchange this property for the
saw mill, tlmbor land, etc., on Sar
dine creek, operated by W. J, Smith,
his son-iu-law, and owned by It. II.
Mooro & Co.
W. L. Ussher and E. L. Smith wero
up from Ashland u fuw days slnco.
II. G. Wortman went south Satur
day and will probably ship some
cattlo out of Siskiyou county.. Cal,
C. Braduhaw of Hornbrook, Cul.,
a former resident of Jacksonville, Is
visiting In this section.
Follow tho crowd Thursday to
Pierce's Auction Sale, beyond tho
reservoir. 100 acres in small tracts.
W. F. Simpson of Ashland and M.
B, Duncan of Salem havo been trans
acting business In Medford.
Mrs. A. A Bird hutj returned to hor
ranch homo after spending tho winter
in Suit Lake,
the meal. Knowing his povert) she
refuses to accept anything, and I.ln-I
coin gravely gives her an I. O l I
rending: "I. O. t. tho price of a'- -
good meal. Also my life, as I might
have lost It in the storm. Abo Lin
coln, Lawyer." The film then depicts
how, 10 years later, Lincoln repaid
tho debt incurred in his youth by
exercising his power as president in
extending clemency to a man about
to be shot ns a spy. It U n great
war drama, with stlrrlrig scenes of
battle, and wonderful dramatic work
showing tho conflict of emotions of a
mother, thirsting for revenge on the
man who sentenced her boy to death,
but who allows her maternal In
stinct to prevail nitd saves the
doomed sou of the man from a simi
lar fate. At Star theater today and
, '- I
FI8I FIGHT ENDS
I liit i, Dnvi-, inaiuiKer ul mlwuire
em- No '.' ol' Hie A I 0. Huiius Willi
Ahuiim! Shun winch nppeitiN here mi
Monday, April 1 1 1 It for ivsu potToim.
nni'crf, arrived in Mt'ilfonl IhW umiii
tug. lie liiiw a great ninny lileuiU
here anil Io litem Im Mule Hint Uic
ll.inii'H liovv in hunter iut lu'ller t linn
eM' Ihw ,ohi. The show IliU ,enr
n tinM'liiig In 'JO double loiijclh eur
iihil iiuui'K ,YJ lil( Iki line not in
wliu-li only wild hens! of the i'ortwl
are Hie ni'lnnt.
Tl.w will Im HitrnW (hlril vUli l
Metllont and Hitue who wuv IiIh pic-iou-
perfimnKiietw will surely k out
or Hieii way to see tho grenl hIiiiw
when it m ituiti iiieximlcil lieie, II
h tu it clam liv ilHidf mill nliicntluiinl
n h well nn iiitereMtln nuil it h mie
xlroni; H)int is the well known fuel
Hint it is the one nIionv Hint iilwi
tfxhiliiix uIihI il uiKertiiiw.
A iieiKliliiilliiiiiil inn t liili'il
Moiiiliiv iitterunim In Hie eniitt of
.luxltee of Hie I'enro Tnylor when Hull
Willimw n f Tnlent whh IiioiikIiI into
omul eliiiigeil with iikhmiiII Ii.V J. A
I'oIIn, nlo of Tnteitl.
The two men Inn! u few voru le
eeivllv wlileli tmileil III n riglil. Kelln
was unr-li'il nuil Intil Wlllirow nr
ivel. A liinte iHiinlii'i' of Tnlent
I i'ii I ilu iiuiiiiinl tin1 eiiiiilrooiii loilny.
(1iut ptHsibly coino from
wpiiriiiK flioap Iiikhch.
C'oino lien1 and lot mo ox-
plain tho (liflVronco.
Luther Met .utliv with trained rehr.i, one ot llirw'
FANS SEE FASI
ALONG ROGUE RIVER
Miss Claro Sherman of Upper
Trail is the guest of Miss Mia Han
nah. Mr, and Mrs. George Lynch of Elk
creek were shopping In Medford re
cently. Peter Betx, Henry French, Robert
Mlnler, James Watklns. Mr. and Mm.
Walter Woods, and Edward Foster
attended tho circuit court last week.
Marshall Mlnter, who Is attending
school In Medford, spent tho week
end with homo folks.
Jasper Hannah has been on tho
sick list for several days.
Mr. McCloud of Flounco Rock is
Miss Enid Pcolcr and pupils of
Central school visited Miss Eulu
Houston and pupils of tho Laurel
Bchool their last day of school. After
a program all felt they had bcon re
paid by gathering together.
Will Houston was in Eagle Point
Theodore Glass of Beagle made n
business trip to Medford recently.
Mr. Ash of Trail took up a load
of Hour tho first of tho week.
Joo Hannah took his sister, Mrs.
Tim Dally, to her father-ln-Iaw's In
Medford Saturday. Mr. Dally died
Sunday and his friends hero regret
to hear of his death,
Marshall, the 5 months old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank, is lu pretty bad
condition with tho whooping cough.
Jasper Rogers of Bcaglo spent
sovcral days with his brothers-in-law
John and William Houston.
Green Mathews and son Verna
havo been on the sick list several
Mr. Reynolds or Elk creek had the
misfortune to loxo his house and all
of tho contents by fire a few dayx
Mrs. P. Betz gave a card party In
honor of Miss Eula Houston March
28. About a dozen were present nnd
after spending a pleasant evening
light refreshments wore served and
all departed congratulating Mrs.
Betz on her success as nn entertainer.
Mr, Mlnter nnd family aro on tho
C. P. Dennis has returned home uf
tor several weeks abroad.
Perry Foster, fitovo Smith and
Lloyd French havo the grip.
Mr, Dpdgo Is spending a few days
at his Riverside ranch.
Frod Pettrgrow nnd family havo
moved from tho plnco which ho sold
to Mr. Graham to their orchard, a
mile noaror the river.
The local li'ull )i1nt'r, reinforced
with u battery lonued them by Man
ager Nick Willtaias of the l'orlluml
Colt, nearly took the Northwedcm-
ers into (ttmp bumlny loin, a fust
game liy n score of 8 to 7. The game
wiih fut throughout.
The line-up of the two tennn w'ns
Medford Horton .Inl, Sohttltr. '2nd,
Gill ef., HlifH ('..Bolts, rf., Anile If.,
Hill 1t, Coffeen ., Mnrtiuoui p.,
Portland limicroft :inl., Mohler
ln1. Muhoncy cl, Kortier If., 1-rieM rf.,
Willinnn 1st, t'oltrin jh., Ilnrrw n.t
Murray v., KnMlery i. Fitqhuer p.
The fooro !yiiuninj;s:
IttiiiK 0 3'JOI fltfll-S
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IliU l'lr.1 f) I 1 0 0 0
With Medford trado Is Medford mndc.
FOR JOE BEEMAN
I'jmhi I'oinphiiiit of lonner ihief of
Milii'e Xoe of (In!.! iiio, h wnrrsnt
wiiH iw.iii'i liy Jiif'tirn of the I'ed
Tiilor .MoHilny for the iirriMt of Joe
II. Ilri'inuii of (Inlil Hill. Ili'vmuii is
ni'iMHi'il of perjury.
The ooiuphiiiit ihhiim hh tin- oiler-'
ehtp of the evi'iteiiieut nt (lohl Mill
recently when Xoe m said to lune
fired Novcrul Hliot at n nmnwny of
fender he hnd tnkeii into eiiNttidy for
a niiilinicnnor. HeeinHii wiiri u wit
ueH iiguiimt Noe, Hie littler now
swenriiig Hint HcritMii perjured him-elf.
HLLIOTTIn Melford April 7. to
th'o wife of F. C. Elliott, a son.
The members of SL Mark's (luild
nro rnnieMtly requcNied to attend u
sjteclnl mcatiiii: nt their halt Tuesday
at .1 p. m., April Nth, to meet the
rector mid churchmen.
Public Sale of Pierce Acres
This sale will he held TllfllHD.W, A'Pltlli 10, .
coiiiiim'ih'Iiik nt It) A. M.
Don't forget the day and hour Be on the laud,
and make uur selections.
A part of Hie laud will bo wild for a payment of
one-tenth duwu and easy monthly pa)iuents on tint
Wttlauen If desired. Here Is the chance for working
wen to get homes lu easy walking distance (rout
town, and put an end to tho rent and produce buy
lug problem. Bu a producer. Irrigation, nlty wa
ter, elcatrlo llghU ami oilier coiivtmlenriM.
Others aro living on the tract, Improtlug their
homes and making good. They will lio Kind to
show joit what tliey are doing.
You can buy In tracts from into mid a quarlor
acres to flvu acres or more.
How to get there! The tract Una Just northrnsi
uf the alty reservoir, and auto roads lead around
nnd through It.
Here Is the last chnitro for choice acreage at
your owu price.
i:. II. Ilerrlff,
('. II. Pll.ltCi:,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR EXCHANGE Act quickly. It
you have a residence lot to ex
change for a light touring car in
Kpod condition seu mo tomorrow,
as I am leaving tho city this week.
Earl Huntley, 401 M. F. & H. big.
FOR SALE Cheap, one black inaro
3 years old, weight 1100. E. T.
Nonl, Contral Point. 14
WANTED TO UUY--25 head hogs
weighing from 7C lbs. up. Phone
$ J - X 5 " 'v 5 5 v 5: " "$ 5" " 5 $ i" 5 i $ 5 " 5 5i
Our possession of the proper facili
ties to handle orders for
1 I I ! I I1MM1 Ml ! 11
is bringing us the business of South
ern Oregon. Only those who do
not know that these goods can be
made in Medford are sending north
MEDFORD PRINTING CO.
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