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AN INDMI'SNIHINT NBWHt'APWn
PUIILthIIHD IJVRttT, AITRUNOON
KXUK1T HUNOAt HV TUU
MRDFOBp VRINT1NO CO.
Th PfMiocrAtlo Tlmw, TIip Mnlfotil
1111, Tho Mcdtaril Tribune Tho South'
rn OrPEonUin. The Ashland Tritiums
omen Mull Trlbimo l!ull.1lnir. rs-2M9
North Plr street; tnlepliono 75,
Official raicr of tl Clly of Medford.
Official rnper ot Jackson County.
rjrcOHCJK PUTfUM.TMItbr and Manager
Kntortd ait Rrcoml-clftss mutter
Medford. Orcteon, under th act
March a, 187
ASHLAND'S CO-OPERATIVE ATTITUDE.
On year, by mall-
month, by tnalt
Per month, delivered by carrier In
aieorortl, Jnckaonvllla and Oen
trnl Point. .10
Faturday only, by mall, pr ycar 1.00
JVMkly, por year. - -. l.tA
At the Churches
I .Ion Lutheran
i At Zlon Lutheran. 51! West
Fourth street, tliero will bo Gorman
scrvlca nt 11 n. rn., English service
at 7:30 p. in., lllblo school (Eng
lish) at 10 a. m. Como and worship.
Seventh Day Advcntist.
The services held nt tho Seventh
day Advcnttst church on North Rlr
orslde nro ns follows; Sabbath
school nt 10 a. in.; preaching at 11
a. in.: young people's meeting nl 1
p. nt.; prayor mooting Wednesday
evening at 8 p. m. AH are Invited
to attend any ot these scrylec.
'M.r K. Cliurch South
Corner Oakdale and Mala. Sun
day school. 0 a. hi.; preaching,' 1 1
a. m. qhiI S p. ni There' will' bo
a half hour's eon-; service preceding
tho evening sermon. There will bo
some good orchestra luusfct Every
body 'Is welcome, to these services.
Come and bring year, friends. W. T,
1 1 Catholic
Corner Eleventh, and Oskdalo,
Sunday June IS.
Marsos, 8:00 and 30:30.
Sertaonj t'Tho .Tongue Examined
by tbo Dltlno Physician.'
Evangelist services 7:30. Lecluro
"Materialism or Spiritualism, Which
and Why?" Second of a series on
Week day devotions, Wednesday
and Friday, 7:30 p. m.
OMiEN'lMNCl on .q jlccision rouilofotl by Circuit,
v ,hulp;o Cnlkins holding Unit tho Ashltvml olumov ex
ompts AsliltutU from payinjj: road taxes lovit-tl by tho
county court upon all properly in the county, the Ashland
It la now up to Ashland to change her charter nnd pay her share of
tho ptpenscs In tho coming" em of road building,' Which thin country so
Very good advice perhaps, but the question arizes, Avh
did the mayor of Ashland bring the suit enjoining the
county from collecting those taxes, if such a sonjiuiput pre
vails in the granite, city?
lVV many years Ashland paid its share of tho road taxes
without protest. It can still pay them, if it wants to share
with the rest of the county in road buifding.
Ashland is now in the position of clamoring loudly for
road building in the eitvs vicinity, that will benefit tbo
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uuy aim wiueii mo county euun. Mitnvrti mi'innuuui m
build, yet resorting to the courts to keep from paying the
proportion of the cost the rest of the county pays and re-fusinireo-oneratiou
with the rest of the county.
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I'liuor tiie uii'gon system, any eominuuity eau cnaugo
its charier upon vote, of tho ieople. Under the Calkins'
deejsioif, any one of the several cities can exempt itself
from paying county taxes by merely voting sw ehmige in
the charter. Yet none of the other cities contemplate such
action, recognizing the benefit to every community of
every road built in the county and the duty of the city to
share in the cost of construction.
Actions speak louder than words and promise must be
uaeKCd oy periornianec 10 arouse any laiui m -asnuuiu s
good roads co-operation.
FLO MAY,. MAX ROGERS, B0QDY NORTH AND MYRTLE GILBERT SINGING THE S0NQ HIT OF HANKY
PANKY LLWHERE THE EDEL WEIS IS DL00MING"
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Ashlantrs attitude on the proposed bond issue will bo
aitcd wjt Auteres.t. Here is a project that will directly
acfit tlto entire count v, but Ashland in particular. AVhat
suduoi'I will AfihbmdviriYe iH
HME ittO RECITAL GIVEN
FIrtt Charch or Clirlit, Sclcntbt.
Sunday morning servico at 11
o'clock. Subject of Icsbon-scrmoar
"Cod, tho Preserver of Sinn." Wed
ncsday evening tektlmonl.il meetings
at 8. Alt nro welcome to these sor
Sunday school at 10. All under
tho ago of twenty aro invited.
Heading room heurs: 2 to G p,
m. dally, oxcopt Sundays and holi
days. Church edifice; North Oak
dale. - ' ' 1
William Montgomery and Flor
ence Moore, the tnq big, stars, In the
Panky," whlclt will appear at the.
Page theater rrlday, June. 20, own
EOR HANKY PANKY
AT PAGE JUNE 20
Ljw Field musical corae,dy. "Hank) hall of the business college was nt
tended by an audience which titled
ccry k(at In tho auditorium. It tho
an Overland automobile, which Is an opn1on of tho nudlonco Is a crltcr-
unnsual proof of tho efficiency of
that car. They bare owned It three
years and for two years uavo driven
it all over tho country with "Hanky
Panky," driving their car between
towns whenever possible and loadn
Ion. It was by all odds tho best pu
lpits recital ctcr heard In Medtord,
Everyone, without exception render
ed his or her number in a wny that
was a reflation to everyono pres
ent. All soIoh wore sung and play-
Flrt Ilnptlst Cliurch.
Itev. It. W. M,acCullough, Ph. D.,
pastor. Ulblc school at 9:45 a. in.;
morning worship at 11 a. m. Ser
mon, "Tho Aroma of Life." Men's
meeting at 3 p.' in. with orchestra.
I)r. Marvin will preside and Dr.
Howard will sing. Dr. MacCulIough
will give his talk to men, "The
Whlto Lfe." B. Y. P. V., 7 p. m.
Evening worship at 8 p. m. Ser
mon, "Pctcrlsm in Modern Life."
Ordlnanco of believer's baptism.
Strangers welcome. '
Corner Ninth and Oakdale. lllblo
scbooi open at 9: GO a. in., U. H
Klrbyt superintendent. Communion
and sormon at 11 a. in., subject,
"Tho Livery of Heaven"; C. E. nt
7 p. in., C. C. Pierce, president; ser
mon at 8 p. m., subject, "Tho Tri
umphant Galilean"; prayer meeting
on Thursday at 8 p. in., Mrs. Dr.
Seely, leader; choir practice on Fri
day nt 8 p. in., Mrs. F. O. Uurgess.
chorister. You aro cordially Invited
to como nnd worship with us. D.
D. Bo))e, minister, corner Ninth and
IVoKt-aiu nt Ilaptlht Church
Sunday Juno 15, 1913, at 3 o'clock
p.- m., for men only, Dr. J. W. J.
Marlon presiding. Pregram:
Out tho Life Line."
Orchestra -"Two Sweotliearts",
Duet Cornot and trombone.
Solo Seoced Dr. W, W. How
md. Locture -"Tho White Lifo Among
Ion," Row It. W. MccCullough, Ph.D.
Meilfortl Methodlht Kjilsmpnl Church
,' Corner of Bartlett nnd Fourth
btieots, E. Olln Eldridgo, pastot.
Borvlces Sunday us follows,' preaoh
Sorvices Sunday as follews: Preach
ing 11 a, m. and 8 p. in.- Subjects,
morning, "Half Truths"; evening,
HTlio Optimism ot Jesus." Suiulny
school, including clauses for men,
women aud young ladles, 9 :4C a. m.
mg tt on mo oaggago car 01 tnu ,j without notes, and not n ally or
company's special train only when ni,cn occurred during tho whole
tho length of the Intcr-clty Jumps )0rformunco. Mrs. Scarle. ono of
made it absolutely necessary. MrHj K, M. Andrews pupils, sung
It can readily bo scen-that In tlils;vevua i)Tu and tho nccompanl
way iney nave suujecea ino car (o
an nnusual test, for they have hud
to make long Jumps botwecn towns,
over roads which tbey could not pick
or choose and under any conditions.
In tho two yenrs thoy havo depend
ed' on their Overland they, havo
never been lato for a performance.
for the' car has taken them through
os time and nover failed them.
Montgomery has mado soma not
able trips In his car and broken
soveral records. Ho coverod tho dis
tance botween Boston and Albany,
387 miles, In eleven hours, through
tho mountains a part of tho way,
and hroko all records for tho dis
tance between Buffalo and Detroit,
over Canadian roads. Ho drovo from
Ttochester to Buffalo In a blizzard
last January and arrived before tho
special train carrying tbo company.
Whllo in Med ford Mr. Montgomery
will storo hla car In tho gnrage of
C. E. Gates, tho Overland man, who
has been Informod by wiro that Mr.
Montgomery and his remarkable car
are headed tills way. Upon their
arrival here Friday afternoon thoy
will be met by Mr. Gates and shown
ovor tho valley.
Montgomery always makes his
own repairs when necessary and
has not had a' mechanic bother with
his car 'for two years. Ho under
stands It perfectly and It rarely
edy purposes. Thin scotto serves to
Introduce Billy Montgomery, us tho
campus loader of t lit 'raht 'rahl
bn)i llkuwlno bring together most
uf the sturs In thu two-act dnxslu, mid
thuro Is u pluusurcnbto riot and onu
unbroken succosslou of comedy sit
uations. Lew 1'lelilV name, to (bono who
know, Is sufficient guuruufYe that
j tho srouery in gorgeous uud thu con
tinues, Imported rrenttmis, muglng
wrj. I from the daintiest llngurlw to the
.'most striking evening gowns In won
derful color effects, nnd dlintnyliiK
' themselves In advance of Now York
and Paris exhibits.
WHERE TO GO
CANNERY OUTLOOK IS
GOOD SAYS CALIF0RNIAN
W. T. Hitchcock of tho California
Canning company, loft Friday mor.
nlng for San Francisco after thor
oughly InvcHtlgating the cannery pro
position In Mcdford. So impressed
was ho with tho valley and tho need
of n cannery that ho has promised
to tako up before tho stockholders
of his company at their next meet
ing the proposition of establishing
ono at Medford. "Thoro is only one
other district on tho Pacific coast
that needs a cannery as much as
Medford" ho declared.
Junior league, 3 p, in. Kpwortli
league, C; (5 p. m. 1
Prayer meeting Thursday evening
8 o'clock. Excellent music under
tho direction of V. O. Edmonds. Sp
clul music for Sunday, both morn
ing and night. An Interesting feat
ure of tho evening service will he
that ull the uiuulc'uSed will he by
aounod. The two anthems, "Lovely
Appear" and "Praiso Yo the Father"
and polo, "Forever With the Lord,'
will ho ronderod.
. "VWI IIIMIIIIIIIIIMVIHII1
j! ISIS THEATRE i
KM III AMI hlTfllim
mvnts (being pla)cd 011 two pianos
and violin obllgato) enhanced the
rendition beautifully, it would he
MmposslblQ to slnglo out any number
as "tho best; nil were excellently
dono and tho pupils refloct great I
credit on their teachers. Tho follow
ing teachers woro represented by
pupils: Volco, Mrs. E. M. Andrews;
violin, Mr. Hoot; piano. Miss Ivy
Docek and Mr. Talllandlor. Tho last
number of tho program was played
by two teachers of tho piano depart-
Tho following Is tho program
1. Doris ..... ...Novln
Veice: Mrs. M. Scarlo.
Violin obligatory Mr. Hoot.
2. Merry Farmer Schumann
Piane: Nellie Boeck.
3. Album Leaf Weber
Piane: LuclIIo Koontz
4. Traumorl Schumann
Vielin: Alloen Perl.
5. Hungarian Low
Piane: Elluibetli Fuselmaii
C Vocal Solo . Selected
Sirs. A. Coffin.
7. Tarantollo Sidney Smith
Piane: Carollno Paul.
8. Little Irish (llrl Loohr
Voice; Herbert Alford.
9. In tho Woods, op. 80 No. 3
Piano; Allison O'Brien.
10. Spring's Awakening Bach
Piano Trie: Eva Itlchmand,
Ivy Boeck nnd Allison
11. Etude In A flat... Wollenhaupt
Piane: MUk Eva Richmond.
12. Dauso Macabre .. . Halut-Saens
For two pianes: Ivy Boock
and O. Talllnudler.
At tho close Mr, Talllandler an
nounced that although the conserva
tory would remain open all summer,
no recitals would bo given during the
hot weather, but would bo resumed
on tho first Saturday In October,
Tho lessons continuo ull-summer.
HPlX'IAL THAI.V SUNDAY, JUNE 5
To Weed, Miaatu Springs and Duns
With Medford trado is Medford mado. I
A special excursion train will bo
run by the- Southern Pacific to Weed,
Shasta Springs nnd Dunsmulr next
Sunday leaving Medford at 7:00 a.
m. ' One Lira for round tiip-bau been
mado to nil pointy Weed to Duns
mulr inclusive. Baseball ganio be
tween Medford nnd Weed will he
played at Weed, dr tho day can I'o
spent in tho .Shasta rceortH. Excur
sion will reach Medford,) returning
Aboot 8:80 ;p. m, Take your lundi
nnuenJoy a day nl Shasta Springs
or In cool nlr of tho Slsklyous. Full
particulars from 8. P. ageut. 72
Cine Special In
THE II.U'YITI! IIOl'.si;
AltSI'.YP MIMtl'D MIL
Mualc Hiid Effects.
AlMl.S.sll). .1 AM) Hio
We aro mi 111 Miuvvlng pl -turns
ami will continue to do
no 'or xoiii" limn to como
siiAAiti f iff f isffiifi liAJ.J.AA Aiti tirf -M -- - -
Tf r II FITTIVTI'TTf T'l" V'tr W '' HfT
Theatergoers cannot full to
come thi) unuouncement that
Fluids all-star "Hanky Pank)
coming to tho Page theater for one
night. Friday, Juno 20.
This nvniancho of nmusntnimt With Medford trnfm .s Medford made.
scored tho conspicuous "kmxikoul ' ' - - - - - -.,--.
(to tiro tho slangy vernacular) of
last )uar and this lu tho rotary of
atuiisemi'iits ploy lug thu cities, nnd
that it will repeat 'Its previous sue
ccsa lu Medford 14 11 foregone ton
elusion. As n mosaic entertainment on n
gargantiiuu suhIo nnd n laugh pro
ducer. "Hanky Panky' reaches
helRhts heretofore iinattalued by any
of lu rivals or vuntomporarlos, or
even the enduring romediun pro
ducer himself. Thlt tins boon at
tested to by Us Insttintaiipous
triumph of threo cities, Chicago, Bos
ton and New York, where "I lanky
Panky" but Just completed record-
breaking runs of ISO and 200 nights
each, where uew box offlco flguroN
I:vv I'ieliU Srt'iile Cliorui
Thcce threo luotroimllyj wuro ro-
luctant to lot this votonno of riotous
amusement out of 'lu borders.
Law Fields. 11 pnKtmnster and ex
port Judgo of tho pulcrlttidlnoui
coryphee, has expended his usual
caro In selecting a "slronlc chorus,"
who oxiel In opulont, chnrms, easily
tho most dazzllug over scon east or
west of the Mississippi river.
Tho bright particular star, lu tho
firmament nre: Mux lingers, tho sur
viving member ot tbo lingers broth
ers; "Bobby" North, tho Wnrflold
Ian character actor; Harry Cooper,
heretofore tho leading spirit of thu
Empire City quartet, nnd today the
Tnost fumoiM comedian tenor In tho
world; Clay Smith, America's "fush
Ion plate" duncor and comedian; Ar
thur Cnrlcton, Christlnu Nlolseii, tho
golden volied prima donna and orit
whllo star of the Gilbert & Sullivan
rovlvnls; Myrtlo Gilbert, tho "bonuty
pctlto"; Virginia Evans, the statu
eaqua blundo, whoso meteoric riso
has been a sensation; Flo May. tho
toast ot Broadway, und lust, but not
least, Florcnco Monro, who, with her
partner, William Montgomery, under
tho famous (earn name of Montgom
ery and Mooro, liavu literally "burn
ed U'cnj up," so to Apeak, lu every
city during tho past ninety-four con
Bccutlvo weekK of tho "Hanky
Panky" tour. ,
Jiimhln of .foliif lent Ion
Tho book of this Jumble of Jolli
fication Ih by Edgar Smith, whllo
liny Coot and A. Baldwin 'Uloarm
nro responsible for tho catchy lyrics
nnd tuneful music of such hltsis
"Whcro tho Eldclwelss Is Bloom
ing," "Itoso of Pramld Lund " "Tho
Lyro Bird and tho Jny," "Meet Mo
nt tbo Stage Door Tonight," "Dlxlo
Lovo" aud others.
Tho plot, If it may bo so describ
ed, Is a musical comedy travesty of
the vory best sort, with tho adven
tures of that gonial grafter "(lot-Illrh-QuUik
,alllugfordM as u ton.
Ono of tho principal scents shows
tho (ampiiH of John I). Ilockefollor's
University of Chicago, with the fam
ous Yulp feme Interposed for com-
Bittner's Real Estate
& Employment Bureau
K lit SALIC.
210 aero stork and ranch, water
for Irrigation, will exchange for city
property, with rtsh dlfforeiue.
NO nrres, 2 1 acres In 2-yeur.old
tresis, t ucreit lu nlfulfu, rorn and
garden, l-room house, barn nnd
chicken house, kivsoIIiiu engine, fit)
acres lu timber, -S miles from Med
flood lot, 50x103 fuel, on West
Eleventh street, l'rlto $300.
(looil clly properly In Medford to
exchnugo for acreage.
Finn. 70-aero urohard, apples and
pcarst well Improved, gootl location
to exchange for business block lu
Medford, will pay some difference.
Si-vernt pleriM of California prop
1 rt) to om hniiHo for ncriKigu In ll. It
valley ana .Medford residence pro
perty. A I dccdi'd farm lauds, Improved
and uultuproved, near ISdmutitoii,
C.iuadn, (or sale or nxebiiiign.
Stork of goods to exrhango for
house and lot In Mcdflird.'
Hard rock milium.
Man uud wifo on ranch.
Cook on ranch
(llrls for general housework.
MRS. EMMA BITTNER
iltri. Plmuo 1 OI)!l. X Phono H3H.
Unl(o Sfitlt Hotel
4-1 ItOOMH a and 7, PMA! BLOCK.
Wiierti )oii get )our iiioiie's worth
on both ldifl of Hie diliio.
John A. Perl
28 H. BAItTIiiriT
PiioiiPN M. 17 ami I7-T-2
Anibulanco Service Deputy Coroner
imONOIK) HEADLI.VEU TO.
"THE UHVX SE-NTINEL
(irnud spectacular military ami naval
Wonderful battle scenes. Tho sluic
ing ot tho blockade running vossol.
Tho death strngglo between tho 'iiol
dleru on tho ilRht houso.
Wo carrr a vrjr complrta Una uf
wi.r1'""! ,i. v uiiriHiiiM, iiftiiirm. via,
ami do all cUmou nf unhnliilorlnc A
sprolnl titan lo Icitik flr this work
exclusively ami will ulvn an boo1
srvlrn aa a tHinallilo to gut in ovan
III larcial ellla.
Wcoka & McQowan Co!
in our same
Moro "KejHtoneV -.Moro Langhi
"A LITTLE HEItO"
THA'r DAItK TOWN BELLE"
1000 feet. 1000 laughs.
AI HATHHIl I.V KONCJ
Alproprlato muulc mid uffcctii.
AiIiiiIhnIoii He mill I He
UNDI'H NIJVY MANAOE.ME.VNT
liaii special feautros In Llconso Pic
tures and muslo' bust lu tho city.
Muslo fiirnlslioil by Pi of, Beach
und MIbh Corflii.
POPl'LAIt PIHOES, B AND 10c,
'our Monoy'8 Woith. ,
W. J. ALBEUT, Mmuigor,
$75,000 Aetna Insurance
for $75 a year
Larger or smaller iiiiioiiiiIh In tho
sumo porportlou. Isn't- It wortli In
4 1 l V '
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Wnrehoiiou with Burglur-proot
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