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OTiDFORD MATH TRIBUNE. MEDFORI). ORECION. SATURDAY, APRTIi !. 101
BORAH AND PERKINS IN
Dnrrell MtnWcr of Ashlnuil has n
eomplcle mi nmnlenr wireless elation
as one could well expeet to find. He
hurt erenteil it wholly himself in tlir
past two years. It is located on In"
(tmndfiiUicr'H property north of tlio
"lkn' Temple. The ntnonnt of
meclinniMii Dnrrell hn.s crotided into
lii lilllo ntntion Imildinj: in Mmpl.x
nsteundinj: says the A-hlnnd Ueeord
The wny lie hnnules il mid oVcu
ps lit- vnrioiiH devices puts the nxer
ngo fjrown person lo the blush. The
liter in free to eonfexs tluil he fell
like n greenhorn in the presence ot
this fifteen-yenr-old M-ientiM. It
isn't n mere plnythinp either. With
it Darrell nets tho wireless mense
from nil the const stations hetxveer
Portland nnd San Frnnci-ro and car
muiiI messnpvs himself to n ilUtnnee
ot 100 mile. He talks regularly with
hoys who have stations ot Grants
Pns nnd Med ford.
In short, Darrell i so well equipped
for husiiie.-s that the government re
quires him to ocnite under both a
station and nu operator's license.
These licenses nre issued by the de
partment of Commerce and Labor at
Washington City. In ixiiins them
the iMiwrunii'iit specifically retains
the right to revoke them in ease of
war nr dire public peril and either to
close up or appropriate for govern
ment. The licenses nre signed by
Secretnrv Xngel of the department
above named. Ilarrell is c.R,ctin!
the coast inspector to pay huu n visit
Not only has Darrell built and
equipped his station and become an
expert in its operation, but he is also
n student of wireless telegraphy nnd
can tell yon all about the laws gov
erning it, the codes used, its prog
ress etc. He takes all the magazines
dealing with the sugjeet nnd lets
nothing csenpe him. Undoubtedly
the. name of Darrell Minklcr of Ash
land, Oregon will be heard of in the
higher circles of the wireless profession.
TO IMPORT CATLLE
It is probable that If. L. Hnrdic of
Ashland nnd It. 0. Hatfield of Mon
tiinnxvho has been in Ashland will
enter into pnrtnership in the near fu
ture to the United States on a large
scale. Mr. Hatfield has been exten
sively engaged in the cattle business
in .Montana for a number of years.
Messrs. Hatfield and Hurdic re
turned Friday from Nogales, Mexico
nfter an nbseuce of two weeks. They
rejmrt no great war agitation there
but sny things nre lively mid money
circulating freely. Mr. Hnrdic was
already interested in cattle there
with lienton Dowers they bavin
1)00 head still to bring over the line
of tlio bunch thev purchased last fall
Mr. Dowers is now in Mexico with
his brother, who is an "old-timer" in
that country. During the past two
or thrru weeks lie hns shoved .Vifl
bend across the line. Mr. Hat field
bought his interest in these nnd he
nnd Mr. Durdio marketed them in
Tulare county California before re
turning to Ashland. Messrs. Durdic
and Dowers are having to handle the
0(10 head of cattle under the new
Mexican tariff and the uddud ten dol
lars per head knocks them out of be
tween seven nnd eight thousand dollars.
NOT OBSOLETE, PLEA
PHILADELPHIA, April - 4. That
the -prlnclplo of the Monroe doctrine
Is as much alive now as ever anil
President Monroe'g dccia.atJon In not
an "obsoleto 81iIULioIq::i" woro the
trend of the discussion today at tlw
animal meeting of tr.o American
Academy or Political and SoqIrI
ScJonco, which Is cunsldorln;: th :
Ii r enc'ii t International lolntlous anil
obligations of tlio United States,
While tlio Bpeal;ern, with a fo.v
exceptions were in aKrcement upon
tlio gonorat principle of tlio doctrine
tlicro wero some variations concern
ing Its application, Dear Admiral
Cheater urging a concert of action
among tlio American republics In the
policy of "America for Americans,"
whlnh ho said wan endorccd by Ad
A. Maurice Low, a HrltUh Journal
ist, said It would ho easlor to explain
tlio attltiido of Kuropo toward tlio
Monroe If Kuropo know what tlio dot
trlno really was. Ilu believed that
the nation that wwuinoi protection
ever other states also should assume
isMpeiislblllty of buoIiik that tlumo
NNuller countries curry out their ob.
Senator Dorah oi Idaho, who, it
seemed, at one time, would walk out
of the republican party with Colonel
Koosevelt, nnd George A. Perkily
the steel millionnire, who did go out.
have engaged in a biting controversy
on hie merits of their parties. Mr.
Perkins, answering n stnteinent of
Senator Dorah about the Internation
al Harvester trust, defended that or
ganization and the senator went back
Senator llornh has told Mr. Per
kins thnt he i now trying lo distrib
ute to the public some of the benefits
nnd profits of I ho hnne.-ter trust,
which should never huve been cre
uted. Mr. Perkins is one of the chief
hackers of Colonel Koosevelt and was
very prominent in the Dull Moose
ranks in the hi-i cnuijHtigti. Senator
Dornli fo.ight for the oolouel at the
republican national convention nt
Chiengo, but when it came to leav
ing his p.irtj, he nod the colonel separated.
BANDITS TRY TIE
GLKNDOUA, Oil., April !. Four
banditti mnde two niisueeessful at
tempts early today to tlxnumitu the
vaults ot the (Jlciidoni bnuk. Two
distinct explsions were hoard by
residents. The lirst, u smull one nt
J o'clock, was followed by n heuvier
explosion n few iniuttttfo Inter.
When poojjo liviog neurby arrived
at the bank the yegginen, frightened
by their approach, leaped into on
autamubilo and HMcniiad. Officials
of the hunk say the robbers fniled
to get the vaults open and obtained
.Sheruf's ilt putfc )mv In en enlltd
from Lo-. Ai'geks to t;.l o up the
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. April .
Inexperience coupled with the
nlnlity of hw opponent to proteel
himself in rough going were the two
things which kept "Fighting Hill.x"
Murnt.x from holding a elear-eut
xietory over Jimmy Clubby of Ham
mond, lnd., today. At the end of
their twenty-round contest nt I)nl
t'.tv last night. lleferee dim llritt'in
-I'l'cil the affair a tjraw and his xei
diet seemed to satisfy the big crowd.
Judging the fisht stiietly on points
Cltihbv xvns entitled In the decision,
h.u the Culifornian almost stowed
Jinun nwnv in the tifteenth round.
A terri'tie right to the jaw sent the
lndiannn staggering to the ropes.
The blow was delivered straiaht from
the shoulder nnd Murray xvns on top
of lts man like a flash. Then wns
the Californinn's chance, and nl
tliough he tried hard to get in a
clean blow, Clabby's experience and
wits prcxcntid him from sending
over the finishing wallop. Clubby
held on throughout the lemiiiuder of
the round nnd the tap of the goiig
was n welcome sound.
Up to the fifteenth round the fiu'ht
from a spectator point of view wns
slow. One round wns n repetition
of the preceding session with Clubby
piling up a lead on points.
THK DALLKS. Or., April !.- Fire
of unknown origin destroyed the
machine shop on The Dalles-Cehlo
cannl works nenr this eity, doiim
damage today otimnted at ."J 10,1100.
A large quantity of machinery and
tools wns wrecked. The tire, which
started last night, for u time threat
ened to spread to other structures,
but xvns confined nfter a hard fight
I JACKSONVILLE ITEMS I
COURT HOUSE NEWS
Deported by Jackson County Afo
tract Co., Sixth ami Kir Sis.
(.' rge O. Jnnis . IMwiin J.
Miilni, iian"ript from justice court,
Mnrrlagn Lit cases.
AMn It. Walt man, 2!l, of Mud
ford mid Ivu MuKinuoy, 111, of Mcd
Itoal Kstiito Transfers
C. F. .Mnrlju ut. ux lo .1. 0.
.Miiitiu, loU n uiul 0, hlk.'O,
Duiitty'h Addition to Mod-
F. !:. .Martin to .1. 0. Ilihhard,
!:. g lots I) mid 10, hlk. 7,
Park Addition to Medfoid
I'nilcd Klaie to .John Itohiu-
win, lot 1 iiml NV of N
see, HI-flrl-IN' . . Patent
C. K. Dutlorfiehl et ut lo
(I. DavIiIwiii, uudix Wed s
lot -I. bll:. 7. Uik Addition
III Medio.. I
itr. 'I II. , i.. ..ilr T. D.i
Wo, in. u in .,.. , JU JU 2)
Charles Sanaa wns up from Oak
laud, Cal., the first of the week,
looking oxer the Niuiaii ranch, east
of Jaeksonv'llc. Mr. Niiuuii exja'cts
to move his family here in the near
future and take up ranching.
Mrs. Diehard llhiiid of (.rants
Pass is making her sisior, .Miss
Monda Helms, u i-it.
Mis Duth Kiitou, who recently
undenvent an operation nt the Sa
cred Heart ho-pital, is doing nicely.
Mr. nnd Mrs. . H. M.-Danids of
Anplcgate wire trading with our
merchants one day this week.
A. II. MJller and Charles Strang
were business callers from Med ford
during the week.
C. II. Ilostrt! of Central Point was
slinking hands with old friends on
Mrs. John F. White nnd daugh
ter, Mrs. Ivor Paley, were guests ut
the home of Dr. J. . HobiiiMin on
Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Cameron of
I'uch were ii cent callers ut the
Mrs. Hurry Porter of (lohl Hill i
ill ut the hoiuu of her mother, Mr.
(!. K. Neuber.
Mrs. Fmnk Smith nnd Mrs. Lewis
l.'lrich uttended nu ulteniooii party
ut the home of Mr. Louis Drown
of Talent Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kitts left
for Alberta, Can., the first of the
week, where they xvill inako their
Mr. George Gardner entertained
a number of Indies nt her home on
Wednesday afternoon, nnd the Fri
day Afternoon club wero entertained
by Mrs. Major Wilson of Medford.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Dtnediet were
guest of Mr. It. "'. Collins during
W. II. Johnson of the Ilnnl: of
Jacksonville is still confined to his
bed with the measles.
A number of Jacksonville people
attended tho performance given by
Henrietta ('lonHinati ut the Page on
Tuesday evening nnd were well
pleased, Among (Ikco who went
over were: Misses Hiirct, Linn,
Pierce, Couch, Levy, Drill, Mrs. W.
Vogt, Mr. nnd .Mrs. J. P. Wells, Mr.
nnd Mrs. F. C. Smith, .Mr. and Mrs.
Lowjw Ulrieh, Mrs. CIii'h Flrich ami
Mss Fiela Ulrieh.
County Commissioners .cover nnd
Smith were in town this week on
husiiictts connected with thnt office.
Mrs. Lucy Ilollingsworth of Seat
lie, Wash., !s milking her mother,
Mrs. Helen Johnson, u visit.
Miss Fleln L'lrich is u guest ut
the homo of her sister, Mr. Junius
Delnkley of Knell.
.Mix. ,IL D. Ilanuy of Talent has
been making her sister, Mrs. V, ,
Dowen, a visit.
Tlio foud miln given by the India
Aid tmiluly last b'ntmday was well
Nl'IT IX KQHTV, Nt'M.M,ONS XI'l
In the circuit court of tho slnto of
Oregon, for Jackson county
James I Fiedenliurg, jilulutlff,
F. (t. Mnthlsniu and Nelllo IVnrl
Mnthliwii, bis xvlfe. tterhert X. Car
penter and Jennnettu A. TtiomnH, do-
To F. 0. Mnthlson. and Xellle
Pearl .Mnthlson. hta xvlfo. Herbert X.
Carpenter, and .tennuutto A Thouins,
the nbox'o named defeudniitH.
In the iiniiiu of the state of Ore
gon, you nro hereby lequlred to ap
pear and answer tho complaint tiled
ngnlnst ou In tho uboxe entitled
court nuil cause, on or before six,
xvcekn from tho date of the first pub
lication of this suuimotiH. being on
the ltth day of March, 19H, the
Utile, prescribed In tlio order of pub
And oii nro hereby notified that
If you fall to appear and answer said
complaint, for xvnnt thereof the plain
tiff xvlll apply to the court for the re
lef demanded In tho comp!ilut, l
For a decree of the aboxe entitled
court forec'oslng that certain mart
kiiko ulven by defendants F. tl MnUil-
son mid wife to tho plaintiff named
aboxe, recorded In book 33 at pages
I-t-tfi record of tiiortisaKes. Jackson
county, Oregon, covering tlio folloxv
lug described real property situated
In Jackson county, Oregon, texvtt:
Tlio southwest quarter of the SW
V of section lilt, the XV U f the
XW U of section 32. mid the XI
of the XI- Vi ot section 31, nil In
township ;t fouth of rmiKo '2 West
ot the Willamette Meridian.
Said mortem:.) srcurltn: a unto for
tho sum or n'JOO.OO. dated Medford.
Oregon, Januury 27th, 1!I3, exe
cuted by snld F. (I. Matlilsou mid
xvlfo and payable to tho plaintiff
herein, drawing Interest ut the rate
of eight tier cent per annum from
date until paid.
For a decree and Judgment for the
sum of $1200.00, with lulcrcxt there
on from January 27th, tiM.'l, until
paid at snld rate, Inrliitlltti' attorney
fees for tho sum ot JIiiO.OD, nnd
costs of suit.
That the usual decree be mnde for
tho s.ila of said premises 'by the
sheriff of Jnrksou coiiutv, Oregon,
according to laxv, and tlio proceeds
of snld sale may bo applied In n
tueiit of tho amount due tlio plain
tiff, Including principal and Interest,
costs nnd attorneys fees, mid that
said defendants and each of them,
and all persons claiming under them,
subsequent to tho execution of said
mortgage upon said premises, cither
as purchasers. Incumbrancers, or
otherwise, may bo barred and fore
closed of all rights, claim or equity
of redemption (except such as al
lowed by law) In said promises, and
that the plaintiff may bnxo Judgment
nnd execution against tlio snld de
fendants for any deficiency which
may remain after nppljlng nil tho
proceeds or tlio sain or said prem
Ises properly applicable to the satis,
faction of said decree.
That tho plaintiff or any other
party to the suit tuny become n pur
chaser at said sale; that the sheriff
execute a certificate of sale to tlio
purchaser: that said purchaser bo
let Into the possession of said prem
ises upon tho production of the sher
iff's certificate of sale therefor; and
that plaintiff havo such other and
further relief In tbc premises as to
this court may seem meet nnd equit
able. This summons Is published titular
nnd by virtue ot nn order mnde by
tho llonorablo F. L. Ton Volte, roun
ty Judgo of Jackson county. Oregon.
In the absence from the said county
or the circuit court or tho Judgo or
tlio circuit court or Jncksou count),
Oregou, on tho 12th day of March,
11 1 1, the first publication on tho
ltth day of March, 1MI, and tho
last publication will be made on tho
2 ;.th day of April. 1914.
Dated March 11th, 191 1.
MlLKi:V ft CIIKUIIV.
Attorueyj for Plaintiff.
wise, may be barred mid foreclosed )t
all rights, elnlmn or equity or re
demption (except shell as allowed by
law) In said premises, and that the
plalutirr may haxo Judgment and exe
cution against the said defendants
for any deficiency xvlileli may remain
after applying all tho proceeds of the
sale of said premises properly appli
cable to (ho satisfaction or said de
cree That tho plaintiff or nay other
party to tho suit may become u pur
chaser at said sale; that tlio sheriff
execute u certificate of sale to tho
purchaser; that said purchaser bo
let Into tho possession of said prem
ises upon production of the slier
irr's eeitlflcnto of sale therefor; thai
plaintiff hnxe such other and fur
ther relief In the promises as to this
court may seem meet and equitable
This numinous Is published tinder
and by virtue of an order made by
Honorable F. L. Ton Velio, county
Judgo or Jackson county, Oregon, In
tho absence ot the Judge or snld cir
cuit court from said county, on tlio
t2th day or March, ISM I, the first
publication to be on the I lib day of
March, lilt I, mid the Inst publica
tion will bo on tho 2.th day of
Dated March I lib, I '.Ml.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
CITY TltKASl'Klt's"" NOTICI.""
Xotleo Is hereby given that the
city of Medford, Jackson county,
Oregon, will take up mid cancel the
following Improvement bends:
Xo.'s CM! mid I37-- dated Nov. 1,
Xo's ISS0 to 1SS3, Inc. - dated
.Nov. t, IUII.
Also the following water nmln Im
Xo.'s 2 mid 3 of Series "II" dated
Nov; 1, 1911.
Interest on the above iinuied
bonds will eeaso at the next semi
annual Interest paying period, May
Dated April t. 1911.
tit'! II. HA.MIMJL.S.
A. V. Walker of Medford. nn
nouncus bis candidacy for the re
publican nomination us bhcrlff at thu
primaries Mny 15,
SUIT IN I'Ql'ITV. SUMMONS I 'Oil
In tho circuit court of tho stato of
Oregon, for Jackson county.
A. K. J. Scliulz. plaintiff, vs. F. (I.
Mnthlson and Nelllo Pearl Matlilsou,
bis wife, Herbert X. Carpenter and
Jcaunetto A. Thomas, defendants.
To F. U. Mnthlson and Nellie Pcnrl
Matlilsou, his xvlfo, Herbert N. Car
penter and Joirtinottu A. Thomas, tho
abovu named defendants.
n tho name or tho stato of Ore
gon, you nre hereby required to np
pear and answer tho complaint filed
against you lu tho above entitled
court and Cause, on or before six
weeks from tho date or tho first pub
lication or this summons, bolng on
iho Mth day or March, 19 H, the
tlmo prescribed In tho order ot publi
And you aro hereby notified that
If you rail to appear and answer said
complaint, tar want thereof tlio plain
tiff will apply to thu court tar tho
roller demanded In tlio complaint,
For a dcereo of tho above, entitled
court forecloBlnr that certain mort
gage given by defendants F. 0. Mnthl
son and wife to tlio plaintiff named
above, recorded In book .13. pages
10-17, record of mortgages, Jackson
county. Oregon. lovarliiR tho tallow
lug described real property situated
lu Jackkon county, Oreeon, to-wlt:
Tho RK ', or the HW ot boc-
tlon 29. and tho K A ot tho NV ,i
and tho S"A ot tho NW'4. and tho
SW ' or tlio XW H , and tho NW U
or HW Vi or section 32, all In town
ship Xo. 3 1 south or ran go Xo 2
West or tho Wlllaruot'o Meridian.
Bald mortgage seiurlng n nolo for
iliiUO.uo, dated Medford, Oregou.
Januury 27th, 19i;i, executed by said
F, O. .Mnthlson and wife ami payable
to tho plalutirr herein, drawing In
terest at tho ratu of six por coal per
annum from dato until paid.
For a decree and Judgment for
said sum of (I'KlO'lO. with Interest
thereon from January 27th, 1913, un
til paid at said into, Including at
torneys tar thu sum of 200.00, nn.l
coots or suit.
That thu iiuunl dcereo bo made for
tho Halo of suld promises by tho sher
iff of Jackson county, Oregon, ac
cording to law, and tho proceeds of
said snlo limy bo applied lu payment
or the amount duo tho plaintiff, In
cluding principal and lutoreat, coNtu
and attorneys foes, and tiu said do
fondants anil inch of llioiu, and all
persons claiming under thorn, subse
quent to (hu uxocutlon of said ihort
gugu upon said pniinm( o(hur us
piirjliuuem, liiiiuiubruueuFii, or other
J. F. lllttiou, chief or pollen ot
Medford, announces tils candidacy
for tho democratic nomination for
sheriff of Jncksou county at tlio pri
maries May IS.
I wish to announce my candidacy
for tho republican iiomlnniloti ns
sheriff nt tho primaries May ISt'i
A, K. DAUIIADT.
I hereby auiioiiuco my cnndldao
for the democratic nomination .s
shorirr at tho primaries May I Mb.
J. T. SI'MMI'ltVILLI.
SlNCLKK I'Olt Slll'llirp.
In accepting tho appointment suc
ceeding my brother for lit unexpired
term as sheriff. I did so for tho bene
fit of his widow and family. Tlio of
fice hns had an honest and efficient
With thu sauiQ objects and pur
poses lu view I hereby announce my
self as a candldnto tar tlio republican
nomination at tho primaries Mny
15, 19 H.
W. II. SIXOLl'll.
rou cocntv Titi:.stMu:it.
I hereby atinoiinco myself ns a
caudldato for tho office of county
treasurer, on tho republican ticket,
to bo voted on at thu coming primary
election on May tho lr.th, 19 H.
I havo always delivered tho goods
and will do so again If elected.
1. To account strictly tar all
2. To perform tho duties or tho
offlco according to law,
I am not connected with any
hank. All banks will bo treated
alike, with no special favors.
FUI'D L COLVIfJ.
I am a candidate for tho ropubll
can nomination tor county treasurer
at tho primary to bo held Mny 15th.
It unuilunted und elected I will give
tlio offlco my personal attention, and
perform tho duties purluliilug thereto
according to law, as I havo dono dur
ing thu past.
J AH, M. CItONIJMILLFIt.
W, W, Ufslinr announces bin can
didacy for coroner on the republican
I'Olt STATU HI'XATOIt
If. Von der llelleii, or Wellon, In
cumbent, announce.1) bis candidacy
tar tlio republican nomination us
Htatn senutor from Jackson county.
Cattle and Hogs
Wo Wuut Them
Wo will remove thum from your
premises on short notice, free or
crargu, anywhere wlllilu a iuiIIiih of
10 miles from Medford,
.MIJDIOItll IICIMICTIOX CO,
on Christian Science
Ity Wll.lilS K. OIUUSW, S. It,, ol llns-lon, .Muss,
Monday Evening, April 6th
At Bight o'clock
On six CoutiiiPiils Hip h'ortl U Hip
fnvnrile ear. And it's Kuiiiiii; mii
sltintly in woi'ltl-witlp piipnliipily. !l's
ilic one ciii' built I'm' till I'ounli'ir.s--nil
i'linmtt'S nil coiitliliniis. Ami its
llj-lil wt'ij-hl nnd uiiiMiinlcl siivnj-tli
ninl'o it most, ccmimuifnl.
$f.0fi Is the price of tho Ford runabout; tho
touring car U 1015 f o b Medford, rnuiptoln
tilth e.iulpmeiit. (let catalog and particular-
C. E. GATES
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