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MEUFOliU AIAIIj TKlliUNK. MIODKOKM). OKIWOtf. KANT If DAY, AIMCII'i I!."), I!)l I.
HAS KKANl'lSro, April '-..-Nino
I'ontriioti for .Vl.fl miles of Mnte
liigltwny ttnitrr the $18,000,001) lioml
ixmh wi'io nwnriloil yelenlnj' ly tin'
lifjjhwny romniNtion, the nwnnls li-
lug npnrmril by (ho nuViMiry lumnl
of lln fitnto ilopnitniPiit of Piisincor-
The llltnvny .rnrtls
The contmcH wen n follews: A
plmlt surface, tit'twecn Snn .loo nml
Mnlin, .lolm V. .MoDonnld of San
.Insp, in,800: four nml hnlf milt"
concrete in Humboldt, iienr Mtutherly
county bonier, 1 lorry Mnckie nml
Co., of Snn Frniioico, .?4."j,007. IJ:
four miles concrete work from Donr
bom In the nprth line of Kern cotin
ty, enpineer'H estimate, "?4S.7ti0,
nwnnled to Lynn S. Atkinson of Im-
Aueelc! for : if-IS.l 10; liiuliwny in Aln
Jneiln, from llnywnnli to Vnlln Yitn
school, enpineer'i estimate $'J4,lf:i.
awnnled to TieMntt Hro. of Snn
Frnncico, for $10,;i:t8.11, five mile
concrete work in Snn Diego eonnly,
from s Flore- wcs eonntv line,
engineer's estimate, $4.8.i2, ntvnnl
etl to W. A. Perry, Ios Angcle. for
40t)3i; two mile concrete work
from K:it Snn Diego to Iji Men.
engineer's estimate .fl2,(20, nnnnlcil
to C. I Hytlu Coital met inn company
of Snn Diego for iJllMUl.
Bid Are Kxc"Wilvc
The Mate highway work between
El orntlo nml IMncerville will be done
by the dny basis. The bids reecivei
ycsicway were e.ces-ive nml were
rejected. Hids for 18.1 miles in Yen-
turn, Solano nml Tuolumne nNo were
rejeeted. Xew bids will be enlled for
14 miles of highway in Mereed
Contract for fi.l miles of road in
AInmedn, engineering cMimnte ..VJ,
732, awarded RniiMitne-Cruinmey
company of Qnklnnd for 533,2(5.1;
five miles grading from Korsythe
ereek to Ridgewood, in Mendocino
county, engineer's estimate $.'9,223,
awarded Hard Bros, of Snernmento
Notice Is hereby given that the
county court or Jackson county, Ore
gon will on Wednesday the. 0th day ot
May, 191-1, receive and open sealed
bids for the proposal of painting four
bridges, situated as follews:
Ono over Rogue river near the
town of Rogue River, ono over the
Rogue river near Gold Hill, one over
Rogue river near Pumice hill the
brldgo being known as tho McCloud
bridge, and ono over Dig Untto creek
near tho mouth of Dig Dutte creek
In submitting bids the material
used Is not be includes! In the bid
as tho county will furnish same.
Tho court reserves tho rlcht to re
ject any or all bids. Mall or hand
all bids to the undersigned at Jack
U. A. GARDNER,
COURT HOUSE NEVS
Reported by Jacksou County Ah
tract Co., 8lxth and Fir Sis.
J. M. Keith vs. Sliotty Hope Mln
lug and Milling Co., a corporation.
attended "Peg (V .Mv Heart'' nl the
Page Worhtvduy etcuitnr nnd were
delighted Willi the peil'oimiinee
Among those who went over were
Air. mm .Mr. i. l Nells .u-st"
hnln Williams, Kmmn Weudt. Maty
thirst, l.orn Couch, Mary llitus-linw.
Flora Tlionipouii, .lewel llniley, l,mue
(lone", Mrs. Win. Inluivni, Mr. mid
Mrs. Lewis Clrieli, M. Cu-idill, CHl'
In the matter of the estate of A.
P. Talent, defeased. First report o
K. Phlpps et nl v. The City of
Medford. Motion to strike,
Andrew l.tndblom vs. M, O. Caton.
Heal ltnte Transfers
I'lilted States to Kftle n. Sim
mons, SK sec 1S-34-2 West
Sheriff's deed on foreclosure
of mortgnge to William Ul
rica. 120 foot fronting on
W. 11th St. In Ulock C. Oa:-
lowny's Add Medford
Louis S. needy to Clarence I
Reames. S 4 NW U. NE
4 of NW U . SW H of NH
i, so 32-34-3 West
G, T. Richards ct ux to S. M.
Clevenger. lot G. blk. IS,
llutte Falls. Q. C. 1
Jane Carroll to Edith Rutler
ct vlr, I00S lot In llronactrs
Reserve Medford, (lOOx
100), V. D.
Edward A. Spauldlng to Trad
er's Trust Co., K M SW Y .
S H NW U , SW U NE rJ .
NW 4 SEU, 4-3S-3 West
Ed. L. Sollies et ux to S. M.
Clevenger, lot C, blk. IS,
Dutte Falls. W. D
Win. R. Daglcy ct ux to Win.
Mealey, 40 acres In D.
C. 67-3S-1 West, W. D.
P. Mealey ct ux to Win.
Daelcy, same. W. I)
Harlan J. Dudley ct ux to L.
A. Wright lot In 1i!K re.
Illuff Add to Dutte Falls,
J. G. Goble ct ux to M. r.
Leavey, lot 0, blk. 1, Derry
vale Add Medford, W. D.
Dolbert Febl ct ux to Jessrc
R, Flags, lot 4, blk. 2, ra
brlck's Unrecorded Plat
Medford, W. D -
Luclla Springer et vlr to Clar
ence E. Denning, E V4 lot
C, blk. 3, Kenwood Sub Dlv.
Medford. V. D ....
Edith Duller ct vlr to Jacn
son County Dul.e:ng am?
Loan association, lot lOOx
100 In Drobach's Reserve
Medford, W. I)
I PHOENIX PARAGRAPHS I
Mrs. C. l. Sctttt was in Mcdfonl
Mis. L Alining was n Medford vis
S. P. Cope nml W. K. Odemnn tit
lendnl the Sum Sinnll leotmc in Med-
ford Tuedny cloning.
K. (1. Modskiss nml ftimilv hnve
moved into the Wilson cottuiie on
Dick Poey, of llogue Uiver gave
u fine entertainment in the high
M'hool mtdi'orium Friday cicuiug.
Mr. nml Mrs. Fred lloucher of lm
porinl vulley, Caltforuin. arrived here
ti short time nuo to miikc their
linme. At proent (hoy tire living
with Mrs. Rotioher's. parents, Mr. nml
Mrs. Morse, on Pacific hiuhwiiy.
A number of Mis. T. Mulnigrcn's
friends gntheivd nt her home Wed
iiesdny mid spent the evenim: in
honor of her birthday. April is u
Mipulnr birthday mouth in this city,
and .surprise hirtlida "iirties have
lieen in order since tne niontii iiegiui
te upon tho production of tho slier
Ift'H ccrtltlcato of nlo tlieroror, and
Hint plrtliltlff hiivo Hitch other nml
further relief In (lie premises as to
Ibis court may seem meet and eipilt
tuincis for tho atim ot $200 00, and
fonts of suit,
Tlint thn usual decree ho made for
the hIo of said prcmlncti by t ho hIhh'
Iff of Jaekaou county. Drcuon. no
cording to law, mid the proeoeiU of
This summons Is nuhllshcd niulor , irnlil sale may be applied In payment
and by lrtiu of an order imulo by of tho nmoiiut dun tho plaintiff, In
itio Honorable K. L. Ton Velio, conn
ty Judge of Jackson counts. Oregon.
In the absence from the said eonntv
of the circuit court or tho Jtidgo of
the circuit court of Jnrksou counts,
Oregon, on the 12th d.iv of March,
t!tt, tlo first publication on the
Hth day of March. It'll, and tho
Inst publication will lm made on the
2Mb dto of April. I '.Ml
Dated March 1 lib. It'll.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
St IT IN KIH'ITV, SCUMONN FOR
In the circuit court of the statu of
OroKon. for Jackson i.nntjr.
A K J. Sehllli, plaintiff. V. F. f!
MathlMiu and Nellie Pearl Mathlsou.
his wife. Ilurberl N i ariwuter and
Jeaunette A. Thomax ilireiidituts.
To F (1. Mathlsou and Nellie Pearl i
eluding principal and Intercut, costs
mm attorneya roes, nml tlint said de
fendants and each ot them, ami nil
persons claiming under litem, mihsc,
uncut to thu execution of snld uiort-
Rage upon raid promises, either as
; purchasers. ItieiimbrmicoiH, or other
wise, may be barred nud foreclosed 3f
all rlKlits, claliim or equity or rm
I demptlun fexropt such as allowed by
inw i in snui promises, mm taut the
plaintiff mnv have JiidKiuent mid c.
ciitlon iiKnlnst tho said dofeudaiitrt
for any deflcleury which mnv remain
utter upplylug all thu procccdx ot tho
vale of Hiv Id promises properly appll
rable to the batlsfactloii or suht de
That the plaintiff or nuv other
party to (lie suit mny become a pur
chasor nl said sale; that tho sheriff
execute u cerlltlcate ot sale to the
purchaser; that said purchaser be
4. X. .
Mathlsou. his wife, llctiiort N. Cu
pouter and Jeauuoito 'I'liomaH, the
above named defendants.
It. tin. rtl. nt ,ln. .Intrt it tv-
y. ,,..- .,,., ,,,.,. .-...,., '-,,, l.., ... ,, .,.. ,. .
gon. you nre hereby riqiilreil to ap- y " V "" '" '"" i'"'1 " "" " "
filed I unit nr,'iii ini'i'i nun lMininil1
let Into the possession of said prom
ises upon production of the slier
tl'n certificate of sale therefor; thai
plaintiff lmo such other nud fur
Tho city council has designated
Friday. May 1. 1914, an tho day for
an annual cleaning up of back lots
and other promises where filth may
have been allowed to nccummulatn
iu the city. Tho people of Medford
are earnestly requested to assist in
this matter by gathering up old cans
and bottles and other matter that
may have been allowed to collect on
their premises and placing the lama
In sacks, boxes or barrels and deposi
ting the samo therein at the curb
In front of their places, wnero tho
teams of tho city can have ready ac
ccs4 to such sacks, boxes or barrels
for the purpose of removing them.
JACKSONVILLE ITEMS 1
N'otlco Is horeby given that tho un
dersigned will apply to the city coun
cil of the city ot Medford, Oregon,
at Its next regular meeting, May 5th,
1914, for a license to sell malt, vin
ous and uplrltous liquors at their
place of 'business, on North Fir
street, Medford, Oregon, for a period
of six months.
Dated April 23, 1914.
ROQUE RIVER VALLEY UNIVER
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned will npply at tho regu
lur meeting of tho city council, Mny
nth, 1914, for a license to sell malt,
spirituous and vinous liquors at 32
"North Front street, for n period of
M. AND E. J. ADAMS.
Dated April 17th, 1914,
Bmokfl Governor Johnson cigars.
Cey'ru nude In Modfurl you'll llko
Clinunecy Florcy is spending the
week iu Roscburg on business.
Elmer Thornton of Applegnte spent
the day in town Thursday.
Mrs. Kiln Cook spent Sunday nnd
Monday with relatives iu Ashland.
An interesting meeting was held nt
the school houso lust Tuesday by the
Parents nnd Teachers Asoointinii.
A musical program wis given follow
ed by u short soeeli hv Mrs. L'slier
of Ashlund. Refreshments, were
served diiriiiir the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dunniugtou nre
.receiving congratulations (in 1 1 1 ur
rivnl of a baby girl nt their home
Robt. A -Miller, of Porllnnd. gubi
nntnrial nspernnl wns shaking hand
with old friends Thursday. Mr. Mil
ler was u lonncr Jacksonville hay
and is expecting strong Mipjwirt
from his old home.
Mrs. O, A. Onrdner entertained the
ladies Auxiliary nt her home Tliurs
Mrs. James Kuekley and children
were guests of the formers mother,
Mrs. Clins. I'lrieh, several dMj'H last
Mr. and Mrs. Cin. Prim, Miss
Luln Prim nnd Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Ulrieh motored to Wellen Sunday,
where they were the guets of .Mr.
Mrs. Irwin KckuUou (Mi Ik-rtha
Prim, and diinliters nre expected to
nrrivo for a viit about Mnv 1st.
Mr. Henj. M. Collins and family
liuve moved into the residence form
ally owned hv Mrs. Uattie Xeuber, mid
it is rumored, their hoime will ha oc
cupied by a bride and giooin.
Miss Kkliron (iull enlertuiiied with
n murshmullow toust Tiiesdny even,
intr in honor of her cousin, the Minxes
Miller and Ifutlie Hodges of Gold
Hill. Following veto thoe present:
Luln Williams, Kt(n unit Jfuruuret
Mnreoni, Ad.i Klriur. Ptriline firievts
nnd Toots Tho'iijisoi , Alfred Xorris,
Louis linker, Albert Milohell, Chester
Wendt, Sidney ubbotl.
Mrs. H. M. Dow of Medford -jont
Friday in Jacksonville.
Mrs, Minnie Kelly nud Miss I'leta
Clrieli were Medford visitors Wed
nesday. Mrs. Fnink C- Smith tins been
chosen us u delcgnlo to the mccling
of the Southern Oregon Fcdurniioii
nt Ormits Pass uo.xl moiilh,
Mi. nml Mrs. Fntliir of Idich were
in town it few hours Friday.
A number of Jacksonville people
Mr. Ted Xoycs ami father or Oak
laud, Cnl., are spending a tew weeks
on their ranch here.
Mrs. llattio Hall has beeuiuito ill
recently, hut is .some whnt better nt
Arthur Smith of Kngle Point stop-
Kd at the home of his brother, R. K.
Smith u few hours Thurdnv.
Mrs. R. A. Pierce wn- a Medford
visitor lust week.
Mrs. It. II. Sivnnk wns the week
end guest of the Missi-, Crecde ot
Mr. Shell Hayes nml family who
have been living here for some time,
have moved to Ahluml where (hex
will make their future home.
Mrs. J. It. Stevens drove to Central
Miss Ksther Smith entertained nt
her home Wednesday evening. The
guests were Miss Jes.iv Clinunecy,
Mr. Albert Forgery, nnd Kverett Me
Kee. The evening was spent with
irnmes nml muie after which n dainty
lunch xvns served.
SPIT I.V KQl'ITY, SCIIJIOXS FOR
In the circuit court of tho stato of
Oregon, for Jackson county.
James I. Fredenburg, plaintiff, vs.
F. G. Mathlson. and Nclllo Pearl
Mathlson, his wife, Herbert N. Car
penter and Jeannetto A. Thomas, de
fendants. To F. G. Mathlson. and Nellie
Pearl Jlathlsnn, his wlfo, Herbert X.
Cnrpenter, and Jeannetto A Thomas,
the above named defendants.
In tho nnmu of the state of Oro-
gon, you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
against )ou In the above, entitled
court nud cause, on or before six
-week from tho dato of tho first pub
lication of this summons, being on
the 14th day or March, 1914. the
time prescribed In tho order of pub
And you are hereby notified that
If you fall to appear and answer said
complaint, for want thereof tho plain
tiff will apply to the court for tho ro
ller demunded in tho complaint, to-wit:
For n decree of tho above entitled
court foreclosing that certain mort
gage glvon by defendants F. O. Mathl
son and wlfo to tho plaintiff unmed
above, recorded In book 32 at pages
H-15 record of mortgages, Jackson
county, Oregon, covering tho follow
ing described real property situated
In Jackson county, Oregon, to-wt:
The southwest quarter of tho SW
Vi of section 29, tho NW 14 or the
NW 14 or section 22, and tho NE
or tho NE U or section 31, all In
township 34 south or rango 2 Went
or the Wlllametto Meridian,
Said mortgage securing n nolo tor
the sum or $1200.00. dated Medford,
Oregon, January 27th, 1913, exe
cuted by said F. G. Mathlson and
wire and payable to the jilalnllff
herein, drawing Interest at tho rule
or eight per cent per annum from
dato until paid.
For a decree and judgment for the
gum of f 1200.00, with Interest there
on from January 27th, 1913, until
paid at said rate, Including attoruoys
fees for the sum of f 160.00, and
costs ol suit.
That the usual decree bo mado lor
tho sale or said premises by the
sheriff of Jackson county, Oregon,
according to law. and the proccods
or said sale may bo applied In pay
ment or the amount due tho plain
tiff, Including principal and Interest,
costs and attorneys fees, and that
said defendants and each of them,
and all persons claiming under them,
subsequent to tho execution ot said
mortgage upon said premises, either
as purchasers, incumbrancer, 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 have Judgment
and execution against the said de
fendants for any deficiency which
may remain after upplylug all thu
proceeds of tho sule of said prem
ises properly applicable to tho satis
faction of said ilecroo.
That tho plaintiff or any other
party to thn suit may hucoiuo a imr-
tliuHor at said sale; that the sheriff
execute a cortlflcutu of sale to thn
purchaser; that said purchaser bo
let Into thu postusslon of bald prom
ponr ami answer tho complaint
against sou Iu tho ubovo entitled
court and cause, on or before alx
weeks from tho dato of tho first pub
lication of this summons, being on
the I tlb day of March. It'll, tho
time prescribed In the order of publi
And sou are bere'i) notified that
If sou fall to appear and answer said
I'omplalnt. for want thereof the plain
tiff will apply to the cuurl for the
relief demanded Iu the complaint,
For a decree of the above entitled
court forecloslnc that certain inort
HUM' C.lvon by defendants F G. .Mathl
son ami wfo to the plaintiff mimed
nboio, recorded In book 33. pages
1C-17, record of mortgages. Jackson
county. Oregon, covering tho follow
ing described real property situated
In Jackson county, Orcfou, to-wlt:
The Si; vt 0r th, 8v 4 of soc-
I'hls summons Is published under
and by virtue of mi order mado by
lloiuunhlo . h. Ton Velio, eonntv
Judge or Jackson county, OrcKou Iu
tho absence of (ho Judge of s.ild rlr
cult court from said county, on the
12th day ot .March, It'll, tho flist
publication to ho on tho t Hh day of
March, l'.ill, and the Inst publlcv
tlon will bo on tho 25th day uf
Dated March 1 1 Hi, ItM I.
Ml'LKKY ,t CHERRY.
Attornesfl for Plaintiff
IIUIIMSTIIATOII'S NOTICE TO
I In tho matter of the estate ot xiiua
. Cnrpenter, deceased
1 Public notice Is hereby given that
) under, and b virtue or an order of
I the county court of Jackson eountv,
uregou, iiimio Upon April 2 It'll
Hon 29, nnd tho E V of thu NW V ! th undersigned has boon dulv
nnd the NWVi of the NW'. and the ! pointed administrator of the above
SW U of the NW . and the NW U : entitled estate Alt persons having
of SW U of section 32, all In town- claims against said estale are hereby
ship No. 31 south of range No 2 notified to presout the samo dtiL
West of tho Wlllametto Meridian. ! Scrolled to tho undersigned nt the
Said mortgage seuirlug a nolo fori law office of G. M. Itoborts over tho
SltiOO.OO. dated Medford. Oregon. I Medford National Hank, Medford,
January 27th, If 13. executed by snld i Drogon. within six mouilis from too
Tin liosl Piti' for lis prii'p and imuip
Ih1(pp nl iin.N pi'iv. Thai's, wlm! wp
c.liiim for Hip I'Wtl. And more Hutu
four hundred nnd fifty thousand
Fords iu worldwide serviee. hear out,
urn nleulion. ,Huy yours today.
Jf.or. Is the prlri) or thn Ford runabout; tho
touring cur Is Jrtl&--f, o, b. Medford, complete
with cqlilpiueiit. (let catalog ami particulars
C. E. GATES
SPXH'I'X lit II.IHVO, MIMlt'Oltl), otti:,
F. G. Mathlson and wife ami payable
to the plaintiff heroin, drawing In
terest at the rate of six per cent per
annum from date until paid.
For a decree and Judgment tor
said sum of $1 COO no. with Interest
thereon from Janunrv 27th. 1913, un
til paid at said rate Including nl-
dato of this said notice
Dated at Medford, Oregon, this
Ith dny of April A I). I HI 4
J. THOMAS CARPENTER,
Administrator of tho estate of Anna
G. M. RORERTS.
Attorney fur snld citato.
YOU CAN BUILD UP CAPITAL
II) bavin." an nrrount with tho Jn'kson County Hank It
fitrniitlo.i the host Itiretitlio to add to )oiir desislU s)s
tematbajl) each week. Make this haul. )our depositary.
4r( Interest paid an savings accounts.
OVER 22 VEARS UNDER ONC MANAGEMENT
It Complete Until Our
Customer is Satisfied
WE accept our full ro
every transaction. If xvo sell
you tires, vo must earn your
confidence nnd good wilL It
is not enough tlmt wo supply
milcaco; you nro entitled to
our personal Intercut in your
tiro tcrvlco nnd nil that per
tninstoil Wo nim to sustain
tho reputation of tho manu
facturers of Fisk Tires ns tho
Squnrcst Dealing Company
Makers of tho Honestly
Built, ScrviccGivtniJ Tire.
Fisk Tires nro Furnished to
Fit Every Typo of Rim nnd
Cost No Moro Than Other
The Fisk Rubber Company
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in any oilier fonee offered yon anywhere at any
price. We Hliip carloads direct from factory lo Med
ford and offer yon the bent fence made at'a reason
able price, delivered at your depot.
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Startling Exclusive Im
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Stcp-Startcr Starts Machine With Rider In
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THE 1914Horloy-Davldson is marked for the Jnnovatlonii
it prcsenta. Innovations, but not experiments, for every
fenturo lias stood tho teat of months nnd months of hard
road service. Thu Step-Starter an exclusive feature fur
nlohcs tho only practical method of starting a motorcycle.
If tho idler nccl dontally eialla ilia motor It (a no lonitor ntctisary to holil
up trainc on n ciowilod itnet, Unit a Uvel nlaco In tha roail, i;c elf In
l!io muJ, uml r.ot tho niaclilnu on tho utarnl to start It. A duwnwuiii
rush on either podal utij the motor again belna to throb.
SolccllroTypo of TwopooJ
rllwo-ipocd liua tuovnil lutlf tu fia
ocopllonnllir rdlnllr, aititmely
lm!uuml wonil.lfullyrniclrnt, tU
liouid lui,lilotli(iurliul,tliut avoid
Inir iliitt, illit or dainuiio It" da
lira irlettlva nml Ilia rlrUr can atill)
(loin luw to liliilt or liUli lo low or tu
neutral at ony tlinu wlicthrr thu ma
il.lno It unJInu (.till cr In mutluo.
Double Drnlxo Control
Tho now llrliy-I)nvlJion llanil
llralae may tia opcrnttil t u I jot luvtr
on tli iletit rut liunrci or by buck
pedaling on clll. (Jal,
Doublo Control of Froo Wheel
Fr.a WlUfl Cciltll'l ll CHl.t.d ,y
liaud or (uol, Willi III', linnd on llu
likiiilU-bnra tl filler li.o cornpltt
icinlitl ol tint IVI1 llarlvyUavldkou,
Folding Foot Boards
Tin llniUyDAvld.on foot lioirdt
oronnuiu.lly Iomk ilimiIiiIkk r.4t
vorl.ty orpotlilom according tu Ilia
lielaht of tho ild. r. TliU ovrrcomta
tha crt ohloctlon to ttm ordinary
type of foil tourd. Imllt only loflt llm
rMlnarjr linn. Willi tha Unity.
J)avid.on font t.o.rda whMliir tho
ildir U tall or hoM lip la not forced I J
Bitume an uncvinforUlila ligilllon.
lr.,l0.,,.,!"'. tMl? u"lv yaar tha
I'ul-I'loltlnii Heat U aliindard. Tlila
PalanUil devlca lloata tha w.lrhl of
tha idler balwovu two concltit
rrlni, attlnilUintf nil Jar and vlb.
latlgtidi.eto louuli roud.
Ovar thirty ilMlralitalniprovanitnta
l)l on tha new lUil.y.
Call.nliono or wrllo fortiilvnncr aiinouncemont datcrlMna In
detail thu many nuv feature at the 1014 IlarUyUavltUoa
Sec W. J. ALBERT!
nonlcr, O. K. Hike Ifi'im.. .Shop, Aliullufd