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, Col. J. V. Mundy In making Port
land a ahuri business visit.
Sliorlff Slnglcr nnd K. W. Wilson
his deputy, were In Med ford Satur
day, on official business.
MIm Ksther Margly, formerly ot
i.Tacknvlllo, was ono of tlm gradu
ating class of tho University of Or-
Ron. She resides nt Portland with
ion enn tiny n S 20,000 accident
policy for J2G, covering automobiles,
motorcycle nnd common cnrrler ne-
cldonts. In tho Travelers Insurance
company from K. S. Tumy, 21 ft Gr-
nctt-Corey bldR., phono GG4. 79
'Dr. L. A. Saladc. of Seven Oaks,
anil 1 It. Madden, of West Central
Ynlht, 'wero of tho many horticul
turists in Med ford Saturday.
'' 0. C,' Morris, of Portland, an of
flclnl of tho Southern Pacific. la In
A. 8. Furry nnd (liiy Thrashor. qf
Phoenix, transacted business In Med
Frank Kaeshafcr, of Jacksonville.
who Is -a1 member of tho G. A. K.,
.loft Sunday evening for the cast, to
bo present at tho reunion at Gettys
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Obenchaln, of
Portland, and I Obenchaln, of
Klamath Falls, are In Mcdford.
J. M. Jladcr, Mr. and Mrs. C. Cary
1 or South rhoonix, wero of the throne
In Mcdford Saturday.
$3,000 accident and life Insurance
for $10; J5230 for $17.50. Sec
Holmes, tho Insurance man.
C. E. "Whi&ler, who left two weeks
ago on a business trip north, Is in
Mr. nnd Mrs. n. M. Collins, of
Jacksonville, spent Sunday at Cole
stln. W. If. Spear. Southern Pacific
agent at Gold Hill, was a Sunday
visitor In Mc&ford.
Orchard, hunting, ashing and
Crater Lake scones for salo at Cor
king & Harmon s studio. Negatives
made any place, kodak finishing. 12S
Bast Main street. Phono 215 It.
Anderson Bros., who aro farming
- southeast of Mcdford, transacted
business here Saturday.
Dr. Geo. U Helms and II. IJ. Tron
son, tho horticulturists, wero In
Kodak finishing, best In town, at
A. S. Furry, Clyde Uarnum and
Mr. Stelnbough, Phoenix, wero of
tho many whocamo to Mcdford Sat-
- Mrs. Arthur Jones, ot Beagle, has
been visiting In Mcdford.
n. II. McCurdy writes alt kinds ot
Insurance. 401 M. F. & H. blJg.
Geary Bros., ot Portland, wero In
from the Griffin orchard Saturday,
where they will spend tho greator
part of the summer. Tho blight
which affectod some ot tho trees has
O. II. I-awlor. tho attorney, has
gone north on professional business,
but will return soon.
Corking & Harmon, studio por
traits, home portraits, flash lights,
kodak finishing, post card work and
enlarging.; 12 S East Mala street;
telephone 215 It.
Senator Von dor Hellen and his
son, -Carl, of Willow Crook, motored
to Mcdford Saturday,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Porcy Wells, of
Jacksonville tarried a short tlmo in
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Anderson nnd
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Graffls, ot North
Phoenix, stopped In Medford Satur
, E. D. Weston, commercial photog
rapher, negatives mado any time or
place by appointment. Phone M.
Mr. and Mrs. Itnlph Canterbury
arrived from Los Angclos Saturday,
having been called hither by the
death- of J; D. McArdle, who was
Mrs. C'b father.
A. a Hubbard, Lee Wack. Jr.,
W. D. McCullough aud Carl Hllty,
of Ashland, wero recent business vls
Itors In Medford.
Dr. Klrcbgessner will be at Hotel
Nash ovory Saturday from 10 a. in.
to 3 p. m. on and aftor May 24.
J. H. Randolph, tho new manager
or tho Producers Fruit Co., arrived
In Medford from Placervllle, Cal.,
It. V. Hcall and hl son nnd Victor
lIursol, of Central Point district,
wero lu Mcdford recently.
Vapor hatha and scientific mas
sage for iuea aud women. Dr. It.
J.'Lockwood, chiropractor, 203 Gar
'noU:Corey bids. Phono KG.
Miss Blnncuo Durby, of Griffin
Creek, nnd her brother, bavo been
visiting friends living In Autloch district.
WceRs & McCowan Co.
Day Phono 227
NlRjit 1'. W. Weeks I0.1-.T-2
Phones A. J3, Orr 070-M
J. T. Anderson, of Portland, who
hni had chargo of the clothing salo
at F, K, Deuel & Co.'s department
store, and his wife, left for homo
Mr. mid, Mrs. A. Turpln, Mr. nnd
Mra. CUarfcs Isaacs and Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Gregory wero over from Ills
$25,000 Aetna accident Insurance
for $25 a year. Seo It. II. McCurdy,
agent, 401 M. F. & II. bldg., phono
Joseph Wllsoh, of Talent precinct,
was amouR his Medford friends dur
ing the past week.
Walter Lake and I). 1). Love, of
Grants Pnos, were recent visitors In
William Manstlold and his family
have removed to tho ranch on tipper
Hogilo rlvor, rccontly purvhnscd of
25 per cent off on all hammocks
at Shnplelgh's Hardware Store. S3
C E. Chapln has been maklm:
Grants Pass n business visit.
F. W. Oliver and his family, of
Minneapolis, aro into arrivals !n
W. J. Kussell, G. A. Metssne nnd
John Klnkel. of Josophlnc county,
transacted business In Medford Saturday.
Benton Bros., of Wedding, Cal.,
are In Mcdford again.
Miss Moltle Ray, of Applceutc,
Lhas been visiting In Medford and
F. n. Martin, who has been at
Uogue Ktvcr for some time, returned
Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Farrnr, of Hay
Gold, woro among Medford friends
Mrs. T. D. Boss. Mrs. T. A. New
man and her daughter, and Claude
White were among the Central
Pointers In Mcdford Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Phlppa. pf
Itoxy district, drovo to Mcdford Sat
Rev. D. D. Doyle, ot tho Christian
church, belrig absent Sunday morn
ing, services wero conducted by 11.
F. Mttlkcy. Tho evening was devot
ed to children's day exercises.
Mr. Stewart, of Ashland, the con
tractor, was tho guest of his daugh
ter, Mrs. T. It.- Fuson, Sunday.
A. E. Reamos returned Sunday
from Portland, having accompanied
his sister. Mrs. C. I Morrison, who
Is serious 111.
II. II. Lampman, a veteran news
paper publisher of tho Dakota cotin
try, now a rancher In the Asbestos
district, was a Mcdford visitor last
week. Ho Is tho father of Rex and
Ben Lampmau, of the Gold Hill
O. C. Morris, assistant superinten
dent of the Southern Pacific com
pany, was In Medford Saturday.
John M. Scott, general passenger
agent, Southern Pacific company,
passed south on No. 13 Sunday, eu
route to Dol Monte. Mra. Scott ac
M. L. Erlckson, district forest su
pervisor, arrived on No. 1C from
tho south Sunday.
W. E. Thompson and family, of
Gold Hill, motored to Mcdford Sat
urday. Jasper X. Miller, tho veteran edu
cator, Is spondlng his vacation at
) Dentists of southern Oregon mot
at Grants Pass Saturday.
Mrs. Ivy Iscnbcrger, assistant to
Dr. Porter, has returned from a trip
to htfr old homo at Stockton, Cal.,
wherq sho has been visiting relatives
and friends and attending to biul
C. E. Walker, who Is looking after
tho Crater Lake Lumber Co.'s hold
ings In Big Butto district, was In
Medford during tho week,
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ulrlch and
Mrs. Ryan of Jacksonville, motored
to Medford Saturday evening.
J. L. Moore nnd T. E. Rolfe. of
Gold Hill, wero in Mcdford rocently
Jainos Briscpo has gone to Mer
lin, whero ho will be empIoed for
Grant Matthows, of Foot's Crook,
and Thos. Dunger. of Gall's' Creek,
transacted buMnoss In Mcdford Sat
uiarlea Caldwell mado n trip to
Gold Hill and Grants Pass Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Kent loft Sun
day for tho cast. Tho former will
attend the G. A. It. reunion at Get
Mr. and, Mrs. W. IJ. Moonoy and
Mrs. M, Hollenbeck, who have been
In Medford, loft for Prospect Satur
day. W. II. Norcross and Charles Dun-
ton, of Central Point, transacted
business in Medford Saturday.
Frod Ablstroio, a prominent butl
nesa man of I.akovlow, died Juno 17.
Ho was a former resldeut of Marys
vllle, Cal., and Is survived by his
widow and two sons.
Mr, nnd Mrs, G. E. Neither and
tbolr daughter and Mrs, Sid Nlcltol
woro In Mcdford Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. McDonald, of
San Francisco, and G. T. McDonald,
of Glondulo, uro recent arrivals In
MIsb Floroiico GarroUon Is utill
ut The Mcdford, although It was re
ported she had gono to Salem.
Hiram Doubleduy nnd era I)v
hnck, of Dig Butto, and R. II. Brad
uhuw, of Brownsboio, havo beci
milking Medford a visit.
MEDFORD MATT TRTBUffE, MTOTOttt), QTWflQy, MONDAY, .TUNIS 23. 1013.
1 - , TtTTTTT 7 '" "T""" " """' l"T snan
Henry Kllppel, who died at Los
Angeles last week, loft on estate of
$55,000, consisting ot n promissory
nolo for $40,000 and property loeut
d In Portland. It Was willed to his
wife, Klla II. Kllppel, excepting $10,
000 given to Elisabeth Kllppel,
mother of the deceased, and $5,000
given to Alice- Kllppel, his sister.
The brothers, Lanues, John and
Frod, nro also mentioned In the will,
but lelt nothing.
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Jones, of Itos
Lnno, motored to Medford Saturday.
Tho Oregon Gas & Klertrle Co.
are Installing two largo storngo
tanks and making othur extensive
Improvements M their plant noir
George King. Sr., who has been
residing In Sonoma county, Cal.. for
several years, arrived In Medford
Saturday, on a visit to his former
home, lie was accompanied by Miss
Van Dyke, who Is tho suest of hor
ntmt. Mrs. T. E. Pottengcr.
Dexter Rice, n prominent attorney
of Rosehurg. and his family passed
through Medford Sunday on their re
turn home from a trip to Klamath
William Weston nnd his family
wore guests of Mr. and Mra. Uron
nan, or Central Point district, who
are relatives, Sunday.
New Hope church, one of tho pio
neer BaptUt buildings ot southern
Oregon, will be torn down nnd re
built for union services at n mote
convenient placo In Antloch district.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. Helmroth. of
Griffin Crook,, enmo to Medford Sun
day to meot Mrs. Xlmmennan, i.f
Alameda, Oil., n cousin of Mm. II ,
who will pay them n visit.
S. S. Bullls and his sons, who have
taken chargo of tho Sterling, initio
under n lease from tho owner, who
lives at Pittsburg, Pa., havo pur
chased 40 acres ot timber laud lo
cated oast of the proporly of E. Bee
son, nnd will soon Install n saw mill
thero to furnish lumber and blocks
with which to rebuild the flumes and
repair tho ditch that brings wnjcr
from tho Applegate a distance of
nearly thirty miles. Opcrntlons will
bo resumed on a largo scalo as soon
as everything can bo put In shape.
County Treasurer Cronsmtller has
received n warrant for $1704.43
from Secretary of Stato Olcott, be-
tng Jackson county's share of the
tax of one-twentieth ut a mill levied
on the taxable property of tho stato
for county fair purposes. Joseph
Ino county's portion Is 72S-G0, and
Klamath county gets $SC3.35. Those
counties that do not hold a county
fair may spend the money on county
- CURRENCY BILL
(Continued from pajs 1.)
are nliout o'jot them frce'liv remov-
inj; the tnimmelrt of the protii'tiv
InrilT. Kver since tlic Civil War tlioy
have waited for this eiuuiieiiinlioii
nnd for (lie free opimrlunilie- it will
briii? with it. It luix boon io.inod
fur us to kivo it to (Iumii. .Some fell
in love, indeed, with tho slothful ko
eurity of their dependence upon the
piveriiment ', ome look iidviuitit;e of
the shorter of the mirsoy to g v up it
LOVE SICK YOUTH
Having tried three times to marry
lu-yenr-old Minnrvu Withrow, daugh
ter of 'Vilil Bill" Witlirow, love-siok
Goblet L. Smith tried to commit sui
cfdo Sunday by drinkuie; enrbolie
acid in n barn
on West Jackson
htreet. He was ruhed to the hoii- credit in tlioir iiocket nnd treat them
mimic- innMcry of .their own wilhii
its wnlN. N'nw both tlm toiiiit tint
tin' dWciiitio of liberty and maturity
are to eiimie, ,
ItcudJitCt incut NVccmi-y,
There will he tome re-ndjiiKltuonti
of purpose mid xiiii .if view, Tlieie
will follow a period of expansion nnd
now enterprise, freshly conceited. It
is for Hi to determine now whether
it shall ho rapid nml fneile nnd of
enny lu'oomplMtment. This it can
not ho unless the resourceful bui-
ue.s men who are to tlrnl with the
new (ireunifitanoes nro to have n t
hnnd nnd rendv for ue the Instru
mentalities nnd eoiitieiiees of free en
torprise which Independent men need
when tu'linc on their own initiative.
It is not ciuiukIi to strike the
shnekles from Iiimiick. The duty
of stnteinnnship is pot negative
merely. It is cniiotruelive iiKo. We
mu-t show that w uiidcrMninl what
huitien needs nml that we know
how to supply it. Xo iiinu, however
eiiustinl nml superficial hi observa
tion of lite conditions now prevailing
in the country, run fail to seo that
one of the chief things Iiiimuoiw
needs now nnd will need increasingly
ns it puns in cope nml in vifjor in
the yonra immedintelv nhend of us,
is the proper means by which readily
to vitalize lis credit, eorimrato and
individual, nnd itx originative brains.
What' Will It Profit?
What will it profit ns to he free Jf
w'u nre not t Imve the Ict mid most
ucccxMhlo iiitdruiucntnlitics of com
merce nnd cutorprixe ? What will it
profit us to be ipiit of one kind of
monopoly if we am to remain in the
grip of another mid more effective
Unit, HoVV tfrVwrp to irnln nml keep
the confidoncij of the business com
innuity unless we show that wo know
how both lo nid and to protect it?
What shnll we xny if we make fresh
enterprise necessary mid also make
it very difficult by lent ins nil else
except the tariff jut ns we found ill
Th" tyrannic of business, big mid
little, lie with tid field of credit. Wo
know thnt. Sluill we not net iion
the knowledgeT Do ye pot know-
how to net upon it? If n man emi-
not make liis iiHsetfl nvuihiblo nt
plonhiirc, his assets of capacity nnd
character and of resource, what sat
isfaction is it to him to see opiior-
timity bcekonins io nun on etery
hand, when others have tho keys of
liitvs nre to set up must he public, tint
private, must he tested in llio piv
einment itself, mi that the luinltH niny
ho the limtruiuonts, not llio innsloi-s of
IiiimIiu'sh nml of imlitltlunl culorprNo
The commit leen of llio eonjjrcM,
lo wliiuli Icuislulion of this clinriu'ler
is ivfvrrod, have devoted euiel'ul nml
dispiissionnte study lo tho mcmit of
lU't'tmipllslilnj; tlicse ohjools. Tlioy
hate honored me by coiisiilltu me.
They nfe ready to siigp-st iiiilloii, I
Imto come to you, ns tlie head of the
goteinmeiil nnd the icspoiisihle lender
ot thv paity id power to uruo action
now, wlnl,. Hieie is time to scrte the
ennnirv iieiiiiemlely utnl ns we shiiuld
in n clear nir of commoii counsel,
I appeal to von with n deep eoitvlc
tion of duty. I hvlinto that you
Outre this eontictlnn. therefore lip.
pcnl to you Willi confidence. I mil ut
your service without reserve to piny
Iny purl in uny vtiy you may cuJI
upon nie to phtv it in this pent en
torprise of cxiaciit icfonn, 'which it
will diituil'v mid diMiupiish us to
perform niiil iliscivdit us to iicglcel,
FATS VS. LEANS AT
H ' W
( i 'i
Tim Iuuk heralded KatK vs. I.ciihh
biiHobull gnitio for the licimflt or I In'
Knurl h of July fund, will bu played
this nltoriiooii at r. o'clock, ut tho
ball park. Many tickets ot ml mis
sion hut it been sold mid it piinhvd
grandstand U predicted. It Is ex
pected that forty or. flty pionilpoiit
htmlucKK mul professional men .will
participate before the giimo Is liter.
NO CANADA FOR ME
"N'o Canuda In mine," sn.tn Iliury
UiiK wlio rcliinicd from there today.
,M rd ford Is pioil ciioiikIi for inc. I
Imve had enough of the wind for
years to conic. It blown night and
lay mid then nhiii(;es around mid
blows day nnd night. They told me
it blew worse in winter hut two
months of it satisfied me.
"t'ltiimU is u ximil 4mco for
.Swedes who enn stand the xiiud, hut
1 never shw any of the younr tmii
who were not pillim; ntoiioy from
home so Hint they might ixit on
their hotiicMtnud. The count rv would
lie fine if it could hate plenty of
tviilcr, ns it is the hot wind burn-
the ground nml the crops die for luck
C'Hunda is not n clicaji llvinic lnc
either, meat is us liiiili nipim ns here
mid cherries or any other nuittll fruit
i4 out of sight, lirty ountK worth or
cherries will not buy ns tunny cher
ries us twenty-five cents worth of
chocolate crcmn. Six of us at u
$i!.o0 roust of moot in ch tliiin two
days; it was us largo iih n $1.00
What will you sell your hotmwtcnd
for, he was linked, nml ns ipiick ns n
flash, ho answered, "pay my v.c
pcuscs up mid buck ami lake it.
b'OII H,UM IIV l!.ltTIKM WHO
m;i;i as mtsT
a proritnhle dry 'imodi, fliilcy goiids,
uotloas ami millinery IuikIuhm in
Portland, Ore., with ostnhlUhed trudu
nud Htendlly InurcMlug liicoinu.
' To the right p.trtlon theie Is .m
limit to what more can bo iIoiim.
Price, $lfi,0i0 spot cash as It
stands', with Kod will, mid houmi ot
two stores combined,
Young people or n family by til.
teiitlou to tho IiumIuihui, csit resll'o
mi iiiiiepuiiiiviice lu a tow jwirs.
Ail ill c,
1.WJ7 (irmtil Ate. ,N. PorttiMul, Or.
Time works quick clniiigim lu the
growing girl. 1'lg.tulls mid idiorl
skirts aro soon forxotlmi lu the dim
turer charuiH of the dchuisute.
Homntlmon thiiiiKh you will ache
for a picture ot her Jimt us she
romiH in from school or play.
Think how she would like one toe.
In after cars to show her friends .
nun ioiiiiy nor omiurmi. mko tnw
aniMilutinenl while tho thought s
friNtli lit our mind.
I am tho photographer lu nur town
II. V. M.M'ICCV
It. .Main nud ( 'riii rid. .Miilfniil, Oro.
IIltuv;-7 'ilcalgHc) . h 1991 mr
el (It pHMUrfs In tl.liYUwr 1 lie
iuiMiiiI( lirtaino HiniUr at roc.
Rvtiv yrsr Iar (it riliu, '1 li
Nttlltli'ii Tatajc Mih, Iiui until.
tup'fd uisnr baiteil'if, uud ,imi
llinuiindi of Htiiti.
Tho hrnnil loo, broHtl
t,olo, qntl brqntU lowliucl,
tojjcthor with Ncttlctou
Shoomnklnii uud Nottlu
toii Ic.ithi'c values, inulco
The Shoo That Mukcs si
rrletul " of every man who
wears a pair. ,
Wo luivp novuml otylca hi
dlfTcrent lonthent, nutdo
over this nitxh'l. Cumo hi
nml try on tlm rihculzc,
If you rctilly wmt tho licit
of all In wlilo too oliu
Pupil of Ilujro Maiisfi'Mt
Mas Opi'iti'd a studio at
QIC North Contral
BUILD COOS BAY ROAD
tnl where cmetios were ndmiiiislcrcd.
Monday afternoon it was nuiiounccd
that while still under the influence
of ether, the chance favored his re
covery. YouiiR Miss Witlirow nccompnnicd
her lover in the ambulance to the
hospital hoHtowiu fervid ctnbraooH
and soul kisses en route. It was
with difficticlly she was scperated
at the hospital from her unconscioiu
Smith applied hcvcrul limoH for n
license to marry the p'rl last week,
represent)!)" her ns of ukc. Kxaini-
nation of Fchool records however
showed hnr to bo under ago mid the
license was refused. Then he fco
curcil Mre. Withrw's eoiificnt, only
to Imve It revoked nt tho critical mo
ment, in consequence of which he
visited all tho lawyers in tin endeavor
to hrin milt for dmnnxos.
PEOPLE VS. BANKS.
(Continued from page 1.)
was placed ut 1500,000,000 bocauae
during the panic of 1907 the amount
of clearing houso certificates Issued
was less than half thnt sum. IIo ad
mits that tho uniount to ho Issued
Is a debatable point, and that pos
sibly It will bo changed. Tho Issuo
of emergency currency, ho declared,
Is tho only weapon which will take
from combines of banks "tho despot
ic powers which they now enjpy of
granting or refusing credit at will."
President Wilson suld ho thought
the present bill would enablo tho
small bunkers to apply directly to
tho government for needed cash,
and if his (security Is sufficient, to
got it, regardless of the uttltudo ot
tho powerful bunkers.
Tho inuvltnblo result of tho pas
sage of the proposed currency legis
lation, (ho president thinks, will ho
that tho people, wlil ruo the hniilcs
not that tho blinkers will nllo tho
ns nil hut thcir-own private possefl
sioii7 It i perfectly clear that it
i our duty to supply the new bunk
ing and currency system tho country
needs, mul thnt it will immediately
need it more than ever.
.Shall Wo llaiteii or Delay?
Tho only question is, when shall
we supply it how or Inler, nfter the
iicmmiiis Mum have bt'comu re
proaches that wo were ho dull and
so slow 7 Shall wo hnston lo change
tho tariff laws nud then he Inggardn
about making it posibo nml easy
for the country to lake uilvmituge of
There enn he only one miHwor to
thnt ipicstiou. Wo must net now, ut
whatever fmcrifiuo to ourselves. It
is, a duty which tho cireuiiistniices
forbid us to postpone. It ishoirid bo
recreant to my deepest convictions of
public obligation did I not press it
upon you with solemn and urgent in
sistence. Tlie principles ii(wiii which wo
should net nre also clear. This
country litis sought '""I Keen its path
in this matter within the last frnv
years sees it more olearly now than
it ever saw it before much more
elenrly than when tho lust Icdslu
live proposals mi the Hiibjvet were
made. We must have u currently, not
rigid us now, but readily, cliisticnlly
ronjmiiMvo to sound credit, tho ex
panding mid coutractiiitf credits of
every day traiiHiictjoiix, tho normal
ebb mul tlow persona! mid corporate
Our biiiikriii; laws must mobilize
resort o ; must, not poriuit tho coiit
I'untrntimi my where in i few hands
of the monetary resources of tho
country or their use for Hpcculntivo
purposes in Mich voliiiiiu us to hin
der or impede (,r stand ju the wuy of
oilier more legitimate niqra fruit iisch..
And the control of (lio hystcm 'of
biuiliin' and of i.ssuo which our new
T, K. Daniels, deputy grand ex
alted ruler of the II P. O. ., has ro
turned from n visit to tho .MamhfUM
lodge. lie found It In a flourishing
"Klftccn huiidrud men aro at work
on tho KugoiiQ & Coos Day railroad."
states Mr. Daniels, "and this con
struction Is mnklng lively times nt
Mnrshfleld. flood progroos Is being
mado on the railroad.
"I found the roads awful nud tho
weather tho worst, it rained nil the
II. It. WOOD .C CO.
.Medford Mali Tribune llulldliig.
I'bones; Office, Oil. Itcwldunco 631.
Official Photogiaphor of tho
Mcdford Commercial Club
Inloriorand axtorior viowa
Nocativoa uuulu anv tiino
and any pliuits by appoint'
208 E. Main
Both'ropresontativo of tho whole
some cordial spirit of tho "West
ond the best in hotel sorvico
CORNELIUS FORD NAMED
WARIIIXflTOK, Jmio S.l. -I'nwi
dent Wilson scut to the somite today
the nomination of Cornelius Ford, of
New Jersey, to he public pi inter of
llio Uiulcd .States.
The funeral services over the ro
mains of Ihu lain i. A. Itose will be
held at the I'rosbytcriuii church ut
'J'10 o'clock Tuesday iiflefiioou.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
foil IJXCII.Nt!K--Iucomo property
1 1 1.00Q, for well located acreage,
pre(cr unimproved. Clark Itvalty
I.08T-A number six ton colored
shoo between mouth of I.lttlu
' Ilutto creek am .Medford. I.otive
nt Mall' Tribune office.
Kotlco la hereby given that n upe
elal meeting of stockholders of the
ltogio lllvcr Vrult & Prgdtiru Asso
elation will bo hold nt tho public
library In the city o( Modinnl. Juno,
ac, luia, nt 10 0'clo.clt n. in., for the
purposo of ccjHsldcij'iir and ncitljif
upon tho ndvlHablllty of bulfdliiu u
cold storage warehouse uppu tho ttsso-
cianonvi prpporty in tnq city of' tyod
fdrd, uud in couucetlon thcrowlth, of
Issuing two surlos of bonds of tho
Association, one of a total of
121,000.00 and ono ot a total or
$10,000.00, aud ot executing it first
and second mortgage upon (ho Asuo
clatlou'M proporty to aeeuro such li
sues ot bonds respectively.
itoauH itiviiit i-'itiHT & puquygw
JJy A. O. Jtundall, President. -natoil
ut Medford, Oregon, ."May
i'i, 1013, I
Both undor tho managomont of tho
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