. 1 t f . v ' " 5j" tmii PAGE TWO. BEDFORD MATTJ TRTBPNE. MEDFOm 0R1M0K. 'IWKSDAY, .HOT 12, 191.1 Wftill &WtU'f , v $ tIH ! lll ' I' t I I i.; lift $ . th ' i? GAL AND i PERSONAL The different school districts will hold Iholr nnnunl meetings next Monday, Juno in. Mrs. Ilkrrjr- CIiiRcado ban been called to lib? llutte by n message ttnnaunotJiK' that licr father, John Obcnchutn, itntl licon seriously hurt by falling from a .porch. Tlio particular ns well ma the cro- nomleally Inclined ronllxo (ho oppor tunlty orfcrod by tlio Juno wlilto Palo at Deuel's. It means substan tial savings on anything white. TO Orchard, nun Unc. riahtwc. and Crater Lnko scenes for sal at Ger klng & Harmon's studio. Negatives mado any place, kodak finishing. 128 Bust Main street, Pbono 15 It V. II. Mowntt, manager of tho Postal Telegraph company at Ash land, spent Wednesday evening In Medford. (l! W. Mltca left for Portland on Wednesday evening on a short bus iness trip. Kodak finishing, test in town, nl Weston's. J. T. Gagnon has returned from n short business trip to Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Arnold and Miss Ruth Chandler aro recent vis itors in Medford. Pcir Dcnhoff has removed bis poolroom fixtures to tho Hotel Mooro building on West Main and resumed business there. R. 11. McCurdy writes alt kinds of taa'iranco. 401 M. V. & II. bldg Phono 349. Joseph Daniels and Edward Lund berg have been transacting business nt Ashland. Mrs. O. Kecgan and Miss Nellie Mclntyro of Jacksonville wcro In Medford Tuesday afternoon. .Ask for homo grown new potatoes. With Medford Undo is Medford made. 70 W, J. Itodgcrs of Antloch was in Modford-and Jacksonville Wednes day. Postmaster Jacoby of Tolo mado his usual trip to Medford Wednes day. , . t ,, Corking & Harmon, studio por traits, bofioJrrtrBltjt..Jflkh:' llgfits, kodak finishing, post card work and enlarging.; 123 East Isln street; telephone 215 R. I Van der Sluls, n prornipen,t, bus iness man nmi'orcnardist'or inicni district, transacted business In Med ford ono day this week. Mrs. C. C Bcckman and Miss Car rle dlekman of Jacksonville made Medford a visit Wednesday after noon. ' ,'. Insure and be sure. Right if we write it. It. A. Holmes, The Insur ance Man. . " ,13. B. Hanloy and Mr. Rots of North Jacksonville district motored to Medford Wednesday. .Mrs. P. A. Hlncs, who has been visiting at Jacksonville, Iter former home, left for Salem Wednesday. Mrs. W. II. Darnuin accompanied her to Mcdfonl. E. D. Weston, commercial photos rspher, negatives made any time or place by appointment. Phone M. 1471. W. K. White, who Is connected with the forestry service was at tho AshlanJ. reserve during this week. Considerables seeding has been dono there. F, O. Mooncy of Prospect is In Medford, but will not remain long. "W, I. Vuwtor mado a professional trip to (J rants Pats Wednesday. Ask for homo grown new potatoes. With Mcdrord tmdo Is Medford mado. 70 ' James Cn'mpftoll rolurncd Wednes day afternoon, from n short business visit to northern points. C. C. SlnunouS came down from tho Siskiyou copper bolt during tho wcok and has since gono to Doug las county. Dr. Klrchgessncr -will be at Hotel Nash ovory Saturday from 10 a. m. to. 3 p. m. on and after May 24. R. O. and J. V. Drown, tho Eaglo Point merchants, wcro recent busi ness vibltors In Medford. A. C. Ilowlolt or Bugle Point, the newspaper correspondent, transacted business in Medford Wednesday. Kugeno V, Itockefollow, formerly a prominent merchant of Ashland, died nt Slsson, Cal., Monday of can cur of tho stomach, Ho was a na tlvo of Jackson county and G3 years of ago. Rov. En Hi or Powers of Grants Pass was u Medford visitor tho foro part of tlio week, Ask for homo grown new potatoes. With Medford trado Is Medford mado. 70 School Superintendent nud Mrs. J. Percy Wolls of Jacksonville were Mbdford visitors Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. llcekett of Phoenix visited with relatives and friends Wednes day! ' W, 11. tlrirfith, deputy U. S. Mar shal, wns aboard tho northbound on Wednesday evening, having In charge a bootlegger bo bad arrested In Ktamnth county. Vapor baths nnd scientific mar sago for men nnd women. Dr. R J. Lockwood, chiropractor, 203 Gar- nott-Corey bldg. Phono 145. Mrs. II. 12. ltanoy, the expert mod iste, was in .Ashland Wednesday on buslnet-a connected with ttu Inno vation fiho is introducing. Mrs. M. V Tnttlo, who has been at Central PpliU "visiting relatives',' has continued her trip to Eugene. Don't forget tho big Moose plculc Sundny, June 15, Miss Mnlxd Henry of Jacksonville tarried a few hours in Mrdford Tues day afternoon. T. W Rloliimlson, n former rosl dent of this' "valley. Is pacing rela tlvcs nnd friends n visit. Ills head quarters nrn at tho veteran soldiers' home at Sawtollo, Cal. Don't forgot the Klks' flag day ex orcise at tho J'age theatre Saturday afternoon nt 2:30 o'clock. Tho pub lic cordlaly invited. No admission chnrge. 71 A. S. Kleinhanimnr of Applegatc nnd C. II. Rltter "t Gold Hill were In Medford Wednesday. A. Conro Flero nnd A. R. Parker of Central .Point district wero of those who had business In Medford D. P. Lowla, n prominent business man of Portland, has been in the valley during the week Interviewing his customers. Joesph Applehnkur nnd J, Hart man of tlncksouvlllo voro In Medford Wednesday. Mrs. E. Moore, who has been re siding nt Jacksonville, left for Port laud Wednesday evening. James Owens, James Kershaw and l,ano Wylnud of Antelope district were of tho many who transacted business in Medford Wednesday. Friday specials will be offeied in mory department nt nohel's. Par ticular attention Is called to tho ex treme reduction on lace, curtains. 70 Mrs. 11. MeGovvnn of Meilford was elected assistant grand matron of tho Order of Eastern Star at Portland Tuesday nnd will become tho highest officer of tho order next onr. Tho other newly elected offi cer of the grand chapter are: Mary M. Uelsockcr, Condon, grand mat ronj Dr. .1. Francis Drake, Portland, grand patron; O. II. .McfScrr, Port land, nssqelato grand patron; Nellie McKlnley, Portland, grand secretary; Mary Johnson, Pendleton, grand treasurer; Mary 15. llouck, Rose burg, nnd Dora Schllke, t.a Grande. BMnd ronductresse. Tho Infants' wear at Deuel's June white salo is of particular Interest lo Medford mothers. Special prices prevail. 70 Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Myers nnd Mrs. K. K. Jnmleson and her daugh ters of Gold Hill were recent lslt- ONLY 25 PERCENT, If WAR VETERANS AMONG SURVIVORS ilurlnc the wk. . ors in Mcciumi. Show yo'ur' patriotism by nttcud- Thn Oollego Women's cldli will Ing thoKlks' flag day exercises nt h0''1 tbcjriegular monthly luncheon ni mo iioiei .viruiuru on amruay ai 1 p. inH' -T Sunny1 days assist, while special prices' nssnro continued Interest in the June white sale nt Deuel'rt Don't Weeks & McGowan Co. UNDERTAKERS KA-OX AJ-SXSTAHV Day Phone 5i-J7 Night V, W. Weeks 103-J-2 Piiones A. K. Orr 078-M tho ltigo theatre Saturday nftcrnpon. .. 71 Mrs. S. T. Richardson wns niT Ash land vislto'r Wednesday. G. M. llnrrlngton of Klnninth Falls and T. II. Denton of Redding nrrlvctl In Medford Wednesday Tho Elks will hold flag day exer cises nt tho Page theatre Saturady nfternoon. 71 Henry O'Malley of Oregon City, an official of tho Oregon fish com mission, is In Medford on his return from' the Trail creek hatchery. A. J. Grimes of Joscphino county nnd C. A. Kentner of Coffeyvllle. Kan.y ennin to Mcrffnnl this w-eolc for W liHefA-l'slt." ' ,Ksry fpatrlotlCy American In ex ixKtod to bo on band for tho Klk flag dny exorcises at Page theatre Saturday afternoon. 71 .Mr. und Mrs. Karl Digelow of Ai plepate came to Modfor Wednesday evening, accompanying Mr atid Sirs.' C. AI. Ruch.thls far on their way to Portland. W. J. Roosey left for Salem on Wednesday evening, accompanied, hy an attendant of the Oregon .asylum for tho insane. Ho expects to return beforo long. , jr Herbert Cole, manngec of the Colestjn mineral springsis makJBR mo vanej- a ousiness visiunwnc vas Irf Medford nud Jacksonville Woi ucsday. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Ackley of San Dleg aro'gucstit of' Mrs. lJb. Jones, tho lattcr's mother. They motored tho entire distance. R. M. Klncald of Regno river dis trict, and John Mnrtin of Coleman creek woro in Medford Wednesday. J. C. Aitkin of Roguu River, fruit inspector, spent Wednesday after noon in Medford. R. W. Thomason of Drew nnd Kd ward Itldcr of Sacramento aro late arrivals In Medford. J. C. Mattlson or Josephine coun ty, a well known mining man, trans acted business in Medford this week. R. D. Hoko and Colonel Minis of Willow Springs district spout sev eral hours in Modfnrd Wednesday. Mrs. J. O. Isaacson of Central Point has been visiting friends liv ing In Medford. Geo. N. Smith of Antelope made n buslnchs trip to Mcdrord Wednes day. Judge J. It. Nell and Judge Chas. Prim were of those down from Jack sonville Wednesday. Caspar M. Ituch, tho Applegate merchant and Miss Doyian, who has been touching tho school near Rudi, woro united In murrlugo at Jackson ville Wednesday afternoon, Thoy left on tho evening train to spend tholr honeymoon nt Portland. Mrs. Ruch will visit her former .homo in Iowa lie foro returning. Seats on sale for "Doll Shop" nt box office, 25. 60, 75c 70 Mrs. II, C Kentner and Mrs, Jen nings wore at Ashland this wock vis itiug frlcndsf "' - ' William Wilder of Thoenlx made a trip to Medford Wednesday, dis posing of a largo quantity of strawberries. Miss M. Hubbard of Central Point was .among Medford friends Wed nesday. " T. R. Fuson was of thoso who went to Ashland on Wclnctsduy morn ing's train. Miss Nolllo Corum is at Grants Pass visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jovvcll uro lato ar rivals in Medford. Ad Wolgast, whoso Mnntch with Johnnlo Dundee was declared' off because ho sprained his thumb, will come to Rogue River valley to rest for several weeks, according to tho newspaper reports. Drooms Ask your dealer for tho product tof lie Ashland factory. r mi's it. 70 SENATORS WASHINGTON, June U!. or Hie jrrent nuny ofNetemns ot tlio Civil vviir, vvlio MM'!l..in Krtuid" revievv'lie t'oro rtvMdeiit Orlvut nt thnj'wlitte house to Hie number oC nearly !,t)flu 000, nt tlio elo-iv f the liti.sttlitie' lenH tlmii 2. cr eonl weie nlivo to pnrlieipnle the nnnunl Tliirlielh of May rclelirnihui Inot nioiitli. Upon i-eipiest of the I'uileil 1'iwm, (iftleinli nt the Pension iffieo today luoKed up Hie tveord-. of rtetnim of wjiri of the United InlcA This enmpiliu tioii kIiovvti! tliht oil Jttiy IlOtli hint, there were iii,riourpuit of the woihl Ii"7,0fl0 siirvtv'ors of the eivil vvnr. On tho Hume tluy iheio were lexs than 1000 survivor of Hie .Me.xienn vvnr. Tltetv in not Ilio niitiie l" u niulo survivor of the vvnr of 1S112 on the Pension offiee rueonlo, hut there me nhoiit 1200 widows ol U'lermis of the .second war with Ureal Hiilniu vvlio mx today dnivviiig peitsioi. Tlio nvcrngo nge of the civil vvnr URLIH RUSH ASHLAND DROWN OF ED ROGUE RIVER Orllo II, Hush, mied 25. of Ash land, an employe nt tho Honlou ilovvMia ranch, wns diowiied lu Itngpo river lit (u ill flit opposite tho lliiu'ors rnnolijittliout to nillfn nbnve Gold Kay dutdi, Wojlnesduy , utters noon. Ills body had not been found Thurmlliy afternoon, although six men wore Hearehlug for It. Rush and Ills rattier, ('. 0 Ruth, were fishing from n boat, In at tempting to assist two other fisher men whose boat had caught In n miIi merged sting, the boat capslxed Young Rush, who was iiunhle to swim, sank at once and wan not seen imalu. Ho hud tm heavy hip boots which evidently drew hlui down Search for the body continued until midnight and wan resumed at day light. The drowned mini wns formerly a ear repairer In the Southern Pacific shops at Ashland, u biother of irgll Hush and popular mining n wide ilr ele tif friends. IWYAN TO SPEAK ON SLUM ELIMINATION WANIIlNdYONi .Juno '-'. -Wn-li-loglon'ri "alley elenuliii: liilipnli'i" -day Iiiih n new leeiuU in Beeretiiry f Slulu William .1. Hiyiin. He will peal, here Sunday iiIkIiI lo it nm mlllee of one Inimlivd on Hie hiih jeet of hIiiiii elmuimlliui. Kopre hoiiIuIIvk Knlin Mini KepresenlulAc Ken! of Cnliforiiiti tilwn will apenlt. I'OUriTECN AND A HALF POUND DADV IS D0HN 1 ,0H ANUIJI.IJH, (Vil Juno 12. Mr, and Mi's, J, V, I'iIpiU mo uicelv liilt tlio conifinUilaHomi of Ihiilr frloiuls today following tlio airlvnl of what Is bnllevi'd to be the largest bnb) ever hoiu In 1-es AiihoIiw. Thn hoy vveluluil 1112 pouiiiU nt birth and immsiintd twi'titv-two inches from lietul In toes f veteran loda.x 71. Aei-onling to AHni TO TniinIHO Hie nveraj-e ilenth rale of Hie veleinim ' lirr I f I Kl Hl'IrN of that eontliet itfin otiinnlcilHint ill I LLU I llUiiil U L SCENE f RIOTS AT COAL MINES i -, CIIAnr.KSTO.V, W. Vn.. June 12. ninnsinjr their jdnns nt the ele venth hour, tho priinte isiih-eointntt-teo investigatintr striknjidit6nd4'ip Went Virginin coal mines today de cided to personally visit the scene of vvnrfnre. Accompanied hy attor neys for both side nud newspaper men, the epmittecmcii left.nt 10 o'eloek lhisrnoniiiur Jfor thePaint t -eek and Cabin Creek district). I ormer Qmcnior-GlnHsenrkivlfv v.. is M'liedulcd to testify hero, today, wireil-thc couimitteo nl the )nst mo-r.it-nt Hint he had misstd his train r.nd would he unable to uppeur. Tho ('tninutlCH i thru decided to deVtdo tin; dny fft inspection and prou'ahly will fxnmine a few witnesses. Pefore leaving for the mining dis trict the Hiih-eonunittec held a ten miiiuto kchhioii. Joliu (inhlHlioroiish, n minor in the lloomcr fields, nuked aid from the committeemen. lie said hirf mail was being taniered with, his letters opened nud Hint he and his family were driven out of their home bemuse he olimleercd to test ify nt the inquiry. The committee will investipnte Unldnhoroiich's slory. FORFEITS BOND RATHER THAN FACE A TRIAL mere will lie HMUiibjes civi war pensioners ue.xt cnr(tlmn lliero were this year, nnd tlmilie deallis for' UUi will iiumber uproMiiiatuly iiO, 000. In tjpn .vciu-Hm Pension ' offiee olfieinls tJeelaieiMlnhtv, the 'lulled Slates will he phyliur no more jieu Kiont tf eivil vvnr wtentn. In five yenrs it is e.xpeeletl there will he no more Mexican wnr veterans. In the Inxt two xenr it has ewt the government nhoiit 'J00.0O0,O00 uiinuatly to -pay pensions, nnd I his enr it eosts moro owini; to the new "dullnr-n-ilnj" peiion law which has beroiue effceTive. Iiil vi-nr the outlay was about $V, 1,000,000, which included tho upkeep oi, the )i'iisiou office here. Oil NOW WASHINGTON S NEW SEATTLE. Wash., Juno 12. A bench warrant was Issued today for tho arrest of Gcorgo U. Wood, for merly of Park comity, Indiana, who forfeited $1000 cash ball In Judto A. W. J'rntcr'B department of the superior court rather than return lo liln homo town and fuco a charge of contributing to tho delinquency of a slxtcon-yoar-old girl. KPIX'IAI, TRAIN HUMI.W, JUNK 1I5 To Wesl, KIiiinIii Springs nud Duns iniilr, ('allforiiln. A special excursion train will bo run by tho Southern Pacific to Weed, Shasta Springs nnd Diinsmulr not Sunday leaving Medford at 7:00 u. m. Ono faro for round trip has, boon mado lo all points, Weed to Diins mulr Inclusive. Dam-ball game be. twccti Medford and Wcod will bo played nt Weed, or tho day can bo spent In tho Shasta resorts. Kxcnr slou yill reach Medford, returning about 9:30 p, m. Take your- lunch nnd onjoy a day at Shnsta Springs or In cool air of the Slsklyous, Full particulars from K, P. ngont. 7S LAWS r IN EFFECT SEATTI.i;, Wash . Juno 15 -Tho mother' pension law, the lniybUK hatiil nc to make .loafing spouses" workor tho roiinly to nuppprt their wives, tho lown red-light law tho IpTohihltlou of fako adtyrtlslng),' tho ni;oiiuon or trailing M.uup auu con. (ioiih with salon, the abolition of capital piiithdiinent, the Initiative, rcferjii(iiiH aodrcenJI (;yc4i for Judges) (hcitb aifd'otht'lr laws to tho number of Ihl go into effect today. About 150 of tho new laws are appropriation muaauroi. Under the mothers' .pensions, in digent mothers aro to get $lo per month where there is but one child, and IS monthly fur each additional child. Under tho "lazy husbnnd" net, loafing hiisbauils will bo made to work for the county and their wages, not to exceed $1.50 per day will go to their families. Under tho now law, Governor Lis ter will appoint n statu imliistrl'il commission of welfare, which Is to regulate tho roiullttlous of labor nud fit minimum wages for women. SIDNEY PIERS DESTROYED BY FIRE; LOSS $125,000 .SYDXKY, N, ,S. June III. A n re sult of the VMUft iio Hinee 1001 Hie Whitney Pier ilisiiiol of Kidney is in ruiiiH today. Twenty building, in-i-iiidiiii; the Itomnii (Jiitholin eliiireh of tlio Holy Redeemer, the Holy Jfu ileemur coin nil nud Hie (ilohe House were burned. Tlio Iohh is blimutvd nt irlW.OOl). ALBERTA GRAND STAND DESTR0WE0 BY FLAMES ! I 1'ied llj-1 lupkltw (M irooi i,t nl letter frvuu W. Helilils Sons, the i trmit Kngtiiih fruit merelmiils, run I tniuiiig good iicw-N of foreign mm kit prospects. Mr. Dennis avs I "From rcxirts to linnd it w.mld ap ptsvr Hint the pnwipoet nre for n li 'I rnip of opples in vur district. c, tire looking forward to handling ' good proportion of il duiinc the i im I lug hiimii. Apples lire trumps lieie nt the prisent iinio, Aiistruliaii und TonniiiiHin t'ttiit renlifitnvr nnv wheic fnnti 10s to 1 h" per liox. There is n failure in Hie Hrepeli roft tcult crops and there is nothing in the wax of fruit here nt the moment hut ap ples nnd Imnitiinx," ILLINOIS WOMEN JUBILANT OVER SUFFRAGE VICTORY SPItlNGl'IIJLD, III., Juno 15. Tho Illinois Hqunl Huffracette asso ciation tuda) Invited all leglslnlors and tunny newspaper turn hero to ;v iMlfnliet to celebrate suffrage's vlif lory In tho stite ivseana M44ftAU, 9 IV. a IP-H U.lfc. "I've had mvStadebaker 25 years and not a cent for repairs19 A word of j'tint praino for n wngon tlmt linn clone its work faithfully nml well. Men becomes attached to their Studchakcra i proudiof them. Becnuc thoy rcnlic that a Stttdchitkcr in built on honor nnd with nn experience in wnyon building tlmt datca back to IQj2. Studcbnker v'nKona arc n rrtilt of that lonR experience, coupled with n dcaire to build the best wagon b, not cheap ouch. And when your denlar snyu "Buy n StuilebnUrr there' no better wiion made lio's j:iviii you tho verdict of u million fmiuoio. Ho in nut asking you to try na experiment. fwm Vfn ItuiaiM W!W Tukt 'unrCll IUihm ce out lhitt vt utlta in. STUDEBAKER South Bend, lnd. Nsw.ves'C. nncAoo nAttst i'am HINNSAroUt CALTLAKnCtrV SAM mANUKO ry neM't roinANj.iRt. ;n SUGrl PAIN WOMAN TORE HER CLOTHE? Xotico to Wutor LThei'S Wo wish (n call attention to tho ordinance prohibiting tho use of mi open hose in irrigating. J'roni now on this ordinance will bo rigidly en forced. J, W. mTOllKLh, Chairman of Wutor Committee, --! .'-J ILLL:1 TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I'dTt RENT Closo in furnished rooms, $l,fi0 and $2 per week; use of hath. Call afternoons, snn s, Central, JlKdlNA, Alhurtn, June 12. Tho hi;,' new gruuilstaud with the old hIiiiuIs on either iddo, the nmii hitihi H.ig nml the district buildingrt nt Hie fshlbitioii,roiind Jiore, weie totdlly ncstioyed hy iiio hint night. Tin liisu will j mi well over $ 100,000. Tho fiijo w'.yh'Hie iciilt q( p iollim stovo cxplofltiiji. Testifies She Vas Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Malone, N. Y " I.ydin K. Pink, hum's Vegetable Corn0!ind has cer- 1 1" il ' JVir "' "11 uuniy uen" mr a rot 'AmLm ofj:ol. Iflntheani nJKUKKaiV! ii r 11 wlii'ti I v.'nn ii gin and I always said Hint if lever had fe male trouble I would take It. "I suffered from organic inllnmma tion and would huvu spoil when I Wrmld be in such pain that 1. would toar my clothes. One day my husband got thn neighbors in Iqjco what Hie matter waa but they could not Imlp me. My first thought wns for J.ydla E. rihkham'n VepcUiblo Comjiound nnd I sent my hus band out for It nnd took ituntil I vas en tirely cured. I am u woman of perfect lieniUj and my health and hupjilnesi enmo from Lydln K. J'inkhnm's medi cine You mny rest aoiured Hint I do nil I can to recommend your wonderful medicine U) my friends."- MitH. FitKli Stonu, Houto No. a, Mnlone, N. Y. Tho success of Lydin E. I'lnkham'a Veicetnblo Compound, mado from rooUi nnd herbs, is unparalleled. It may bu used with jierfect couflilcnco by women who suffer from displacements, inllnm jnnllon,ulcerntlon,tiimors,lrrcjrulnritiea, periodic pains, bncknche, boarliig-down feelinB,llntuh'ncy,Iii(llK(tIon,dIj;Incsi, or nervous prostration. Lydia E. 1'ink Jiatn's Yeotnhlo Compound la Uio stan dard remedy for i cranio ilia, PAGE THEATRE Friday June 20th Direct PromJts'ScnBational'Run of,150 NIGHTS AT' f THE BROADWAY THEATER,. NEW 'YORK, a l ivk. ff.w i ) mr Concrni'c 9 JvWra t l CimiBLSOB lal rS.V".W i AY CAUXV0F I L.WT ttJrsr SDiSMIO.NAt. 1 "M 4A.X . inii III u.i. m Ri if ViO' . n MAXRonnns IIOHIJY NOIITII IIARHY COHIM'U HUGH OAMEItOK clay smith ciihlstim: niels UMYHTLE GJI.IILUT KJ.OKA MAY niKilN'IA EVANS William riorence MONTGOMERY & MOORE GOflREOl'S CimiBLSO CAUXV OF srwvno.NAt. ' SaSTtUATtAO 5MKS AND ttwuDntisr; BDBimviV Drumr, 11 "S lh UaUtnltr rinnii l)r.n th. K.h 1Kb llo( , tft, liorm airtt a. m.lur ri.s. Uiuir uacp4ua uuti.i 15iSCars IQ0O Lauglis GO Sircnlc licauties Sfitl Sale Ojh'Hh AVfdiii'rithiy, .Jtuii1 IS, at 10 A. M. Pricos COc to ?2.00. (?- Siskiyou Heights Now is tlio tinio to mnko selection of lots and tracts in his magnificent residence district. SEE JOHN A. TOKNEY ROOM 1, PALM BLOCK PICNIC unday June AT WOODVILLE ON THE ROGUE Jjlvodybmly is hivilotl loatltMitl tuitl lake llioir bitskcls well filled. Two ball games, morning gaimi between Ash land and iMedl'urd. Aflowoou gamo liotwoon winnci's and Orants I'assl Uig Hand Concort morning and evening by (lio Clranls L'ass band. Wiecittl car leaves Medford at 7:U0 a. in. , i ' ,; Trip 95c V f V l i -i tm-j, !.