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acEDiroTip mmn trebuirh, medtord, precox, tihtksday, rtcptemtier 2, 1915 aqethreb .
OLD NICODEMUS NIMBLE AT THE FRONT
WILL BE OPENED
Tho Medford Conservatory of Mu
sic, Orntory, Expression, Public
Speaking nml PhvMcal Training will
open Sopt. C untlor tho supervision ot
Mrs. iLynottP Hovjous, and llss Iwn-i
dell Swlndlor. y ' ' '
Mis. Lvnotto Hovlous is a student
of Cornell and n graduate of 1 01 1
or Northwestern ITnlvorally, Chicago.
Ill , having Hpeclnllzod In orntory,
public speaking nml physical train
ing In the well known Ctimnopk
School of Oratory, now a dopaitmont
or the university In which 5000 stud
ent are enrolled.
Thoso Indies camn highly recom
mended both from tho college uni
versity and from loading cIUkoiib of
the towns whoro they havo boon In
Mis. IIovlous has taken prominent
parts In tho physlral trnlnlng work
during the May fotcs at tho collogo
and university. Also In drnnln w6rk
having coached plays and Interpreted
the part of tho baroness In tho ren
dition of .nngwIH's honvy play, "Tho
Melting Pot." tho rendition of which
tho city papers spoak In hlghost
terms. Mrs. IIovlous belongs to tho
Women's 1'edornto.d clubs of America.
Miss Swindler Is u graduate, of
Cornell, 1H15, having sung In tho
college glee club, Is n member of
tho oratorio society, which baB nut
on "Tho Elijah," and other compo
sitions, with the neconipnnlmcnt of
tint Chicago Symphony orchostra. Shu
hiis had her piano training Minder
such teachors as Prof. Horace Miller,
composer mid nitlst, a student at
llerlln, Germany, and Miss Platnor,
who also studied In tiormnnj before
coming to Cornell.
NEW MANAGER FOR
THE STAR THEATER
A. C. ISnrgess has sold his lease, of
the Star theatre to II. L. Sharlts, who
takes chnrgo today. Tho new man
ager has been connected with tho
moving picture business for several
years, part of that time as an official
photographor for tho Nestor film
company. Ho has boon manngor and
owner of so von dlfforont theatres,
principally In tho south, and enmo
horn from Illrmlnghnin, Alabama.
Mr. Sharlts, wire and daughter are
ho to and they havo leased and occupy
a home on Oakdale. Mrs. Sharlts
parents will come intor to rosldo hero.
Mr. Burgess, who has spoilt a Hfo
tlme In tho thoatrloal business and
whoso ability In that lino Is too woll
known to nood commont, has glvon
the public flrst-clHM plcturos and has
grentl built up tho reputHtlon of tho
Star. Mr Sharlts will not only main
tain that reputation but strive to In-
Mr. Burgess cloiod his mauagemont
with the popular film "Hypocrites."
Marguerite Clark in '
at the Star
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mug mugeratiagjj .Z rei"f colon OVER TO THE SECRETARY TO BEJJSED AS FOOD FOR THE POOR I
Klmer lliginbolhiiin mid Tom Nor-'
ris uoio timiMicliiig business in .Nletl
fiinl several day lust week. i,
1'riift'xnor William Orconlonf pre
sented the piny, "Kip Van Winkle"
at the Coiiiuk tlumtcr In (lohl Hill
on Mouilny uoniiu ' n tttl--is'.fl
Mr. and Mr. Tunny ()l-en made
ltiHiiu'M trip In t'liiilnil Point on Fri
day. The Hmileii mine. wliiei lum been
in active operation for tho past two
yonix, hits clo-ed down for mi indef
inite length of time.
Hold Hill ItiiMucfcri vixiloiM 1 1 1 1
week were: .Mr. mid Mr. William
Lewis, K. Iliginhntlmm mid family,
John Dolluire, Jmnos l.uwreiice, Mr.
mid Mix. Toney OIm'ii, A! Hoggis, Mr.
mid Mr, .lolin Mm i iloii nml John
Mi Clara Miimmi apont Saturday
the guest of the MissoV .rnrgie mid
The second pinillion dauee held in
Oold Hill on Sul unlay night was well
intended from llii vicinity.
.Mrs. .loliu Itrowu wn visiting with
her daughter, Mrs. Penil lleaii, on
Wonthor prophet' ferecast: Cooler
Williiiiu LowiH win tninsni'tiiijflii".
iueH in Cent ml Point one day liWt
A lmno foret fire of ineendiiVry
origin started here SujidiM- iifternoon,
ihreiiteniii u number of home-, but
due to a lartee number of fire-fighteiv
it was untler emit rot before moniing.
William OreeuliMif iiuule a liu-iue-s
Iri jiti J-ickfonville on TueKilav.
Miss Clum Miimmi will attend
school in Ashland thU winter.
Mis Kiitheiine Polcv reliirned
Theatre Today Only
i iif i .u jioito.- - all l' t fHuttul
ildneiitK valuHlile to tlic 6 u ' c.tf ill
-i !' n Urania love, ii rltn , humor,
imMrr) and tin ill and 1 of thv
1, i ir. i ir'nd of tks early nis
i, ni i. , . M . w lu n roinautlc elope
uu i ' io I,', uu (,r. , n, a ltiM-ra' h
i, in in- oii)i ut i o'lan.t. 4l4d a
itan'l ii Hit I.I lo II t .1 11 V tl I if- ov
iinitili - ' ii ht.irii. ri-lKiifil vr
i . i ,i i i i km.ii.i n . m-t in ''at
i .t , in-, u' i-ink ii 'i il ta
Htr of romaac 1b old Kastaa4.
home on Tiuwday after a month's
iiit at the San Fiuncwco expo-i-linii.
.1. II. I(olicitnn made a business
trip to lo;;ue Hiver on WetliH"dav.
Leroy Hyerly returned to hw homo
in Ashland on Tuesdny after a week'
vUit with friends here.
'A number of Kane'-, Crooker-. left
last week to pick hops near Orailt
Dr. C. It. ltav'mnde a business trip
to the Hradeii mine on the lust of the
Reported by Jackson County At
tract Co., Birth and Fir Bti.
Central Point Stnte Hunk vs. Geo.
Ilutz, netiou for money.
Ilothehild Hros. . jr. Kennedy,
Seymour H. Hell v. .1. K. Ueddy
and JInry R Ke'jdy, tetiirn of sum
mons. Don Cmnemn -a. T. I). Jones or
der for publication of miiiuiioiis, mo
tion for order to serve summons' by
Hello Xiekell vs. 1. II. Hrndshuw
and Kffie May Tcrrill, netiou for
Lillie R Riney v. Aithur W. Fur
ley, order, uflidavit and copy of
Kstnto of Lydia M. Amy, imenlory
K"tate of Stewart Patterson, no
tice of appraisal.
Ileal Kslalo Transfcis
Oxford liivetinent Co. to It. J.
Kdwurds, laud in mi. 5-5I."i.
:iw. ,... 10
Hello Fisher ct vir to J. A. Ky-
swmier, lots 1 and 'J, Mod;
D, Talent 10
Simon Kgger vs. Alexander
Schiehtl, niiuiug clnitus in
Inwiixhip II) :H)
(). R Carson ct nx to r. Riii-
mo S. Fouler, lots !) and 10.
block A, Houleviud Paik ml-
Matilda Xyswniicr to J, A. N'y-
swuuer, lots 1 and 'J, block
I), Talent 10
1 1 a Kiine to Wilbur X. Kinie, 4
ncrcM in I). L. ('. Ml), iwp.
.lH-tiW. . - 1,(500
0 1 Kinjr et ux t .1. K. Pat
terson, Innd in twp. :t:t-JK..
twp. :i2-n:., mid twp. ;i!i
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IXTKItimilAX Al'TO OAK CO.
1 Leave Medford dally except Sun
dny for Ashland, Talent nnd Phoenix
at S a. in., 1:15, 3:00 and 5:15 and
10 15 p. m. (Saturday nt 11:15 p.
m ) Sunday Icavo at 8:00 and 11:00
a ni., 1:00, 5:00 and 9:30 p. in.
Leave Ashland dally except Sunday
nt 9:00 n. m., 12-50, 2:30. 4:30 and
7 00 p, in. and Sunday at 10:00 a,
in , 12 noon, 4:00, G and 10:30 p. in.
Notlco Is hereby given that the
undersigned will apply to tho city
council of tho city of Medford, Ore
gon, at its next regular meeting, Sep
tember 7th, 1915, for a llcenso to
sell malt, vinous and splrltous li
quors at his placo of buslnes, No.
C.i N. Pront street, Medford, Oregon,
to December a 1st, 1916.
I Dntwl August 23rd, 191S,
11. S. HADCLIFF.
XOTICK OF ASSItSSMKXT
Callfornla-Orogon Power Company.
Location of principal plueu of b un
laws. San Pranrisco, California
Notice la hereby glvon that at a
meeting of the directors hold on tho.
zvth day or June, i'Jli, an assess
ment i No. 1 ) of Thirty Cent per
share wm 1ov1h1 unn the capital
otMk of Lt eoritoratloH. i tvaUlo Iih-
metilatuty to the Searotary at C "MT,lfrnv . fonnt(Y fn
ftae of the oerfHJratlon, No. 1X1 LU4- JDugiey I V-J tl IlIIIIl J: VjO.
eodortf Street, San Franelsoo. Callfor-!
nta A stock upon which this as- TALKXT, OltHfiO.N.
sessment shall remain unpaid on Sat
urday, tho Ttli day ot August, 1915,
will be dolluipicnt and advertised for
sale at public auction, mid, unless
ty Hond, (Itlvorsldo Avenuo); thenco
In n northerly direction, along tho
wi;st sldo of said road, one hundred
(100) feet: thnnco in a "westerly di
rection, parallel with Sixth street,
ono hundred (100) feet; thenco in
a southerly direction, parallel with
said County Hond, one hundred (100)
feet to Sixth street; thenco lu an
easterly direction one hundred (100)
feet along tho north Hue ot Sixth
street to tho placo of beginning, be
ing a parcet of land 100 feet by 100
feet In size.
For tho full payment of tho aggre
gate sum ot principal, Interest, at
torney's fees, costs, disbursements
and nccurlng costs, nnd that said de
scribed premises and proporty bo
sold as by law provided, and thnt tho
proceeds or sufficient thereof, be np
plled lu pa inont ot said Judgment,
costs and accruing costs.
That tho defendants and each ot
them bo barred and foreclosed of any
and all right, title nnd Interest In or
payment Is made boforo, will bo sold
on Saturday, the 2Sth day ot August,
1915, at the hour ot 12 M to pay
tho delinquent assessment, together
with costs ot advertising and expenses
Dated, Juno 29th, 1915.
AI.KX J. ROSUHOKOUOH,
Sccrotary of California-Oregon Power
Office: 131 Leldesdorff Street, San
Notlco is hereby, glvo nthat tho
data upon which stock will be delin
quent Tor nonpayment of tho nbovo
assessment has been extended nnd
postponed from Saturday, August bov-
. eutecii, nineteen hundred fifteen to
uu u liiwiuuiiiH uuiimi; wuh"k n'vii-
ty third, nineteen hundred fifteen
nnd tho dato ot salo of delinquent
stock under said nsBSinont has been
extended and postponed from Sat
urday, August eighth, nlnoteon hun
dred flfteon to Saturday Soptombor
fourteenth, nineteen hundred fifteen
nt twolvo o'clock noon.
Dated August sixth, nlutcon hun
ALUX J. UOSRnoItOUOH,
Secretary of California-Oregon Powor
Ortlce: 131 Leldesdorff Street, San
Xollco of Hxtenslon nnd Postpone
ment. Notlco Is hereby given thnt tho dato
upon which stock will ho delin
quent for non-piiMiiont of the nbovo
assessment lins bvcii extended and
postponed from Monday August twenty-third,
nineteen fifteen to nnd In
cluding Friday, September third,
nlnoteon flfteon, and tho date of Salo
of Delinquent Stock under said assess
ment litis hen extended and postponed
from Tuesdny, September fourteenth,
nlnutoen flfteon to Moudny, Sopteni-
1'Olt ItlC.NT HOUSES
niodern, furiilihed bungalow. H2
FOR HUNT- -5 room niodern bungn
low, nice lawn, plenty shado. good
location, water freo. 820 West
317. -A-l bungalow
FOIt HUNT Four room flat or
house, furnished or unfurnished.
730 W. 11th, 723-V.
FOR I1RNT 5-rooin modern house,
bard-wood floors, full cement base
ment, phono 370W.
FOIt RKNT Modern 5-rooin house,
1021 West 10th St., $10, water
paid. Dennett Investment Cot
FOR RKNT Closo In 6 room house
with sleeping porch, modern
plumbing, electric lights, comant
sidewalk, gnrago, on paved streot.
Rent reasonable Inquire of II. C.
Stoddard. Medford. Oregon. tt
Two Americsn evaporators, com
plete with furnaces, trays, etc , cost
JH00, cash (nice only $130 for both.
Horu U an excellent opportunity for
you to make some money on your
orop by doing our puaoiios, apples,
.Two or three of ypit could band
together to very good adrnnUie.
Immediate action ueowwary.
her twenty-seventh nineteen fifteen
ni i woivo o cioci; noon.
Dated August Twentieth. Nlnoteon
fifteen. AI.MX J. UnSHMOUnilr.II.
Secretary of California-Oregon Power
Office, l.'ll Leldesdorff Street, Snu
FOR IUCXT KUliniMnKD noosis
FOR YtKNT Kurnishcrt "rooms, 20 4
South Central. 153
FOR RRXT IIOUNKTCKKI'IXa
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms
with gas and bath, 315 North
Rartlott phono C58-R.
FOR RUNT MISClCli!,.NICOUS
FOR HK.i'T Open cigar nnd news
stand, first class fixtures. Rent
low. Seo J, C. Drown, Sparta
FQr"SALK (iooii" Plump "soed'rye.
Chus. Nninan, R. V. D. No. 1. 1)2
FOR 8ALK Kxtrn" fnncy Klbortii
poaches. A. W. Stone.
FOR SALK Ofi II. P. 0-cyllnder 1910
Pierce Arrow nutomobllo. Alfred
8. V. Carpenter, 203 First Nation
al Dank Hldg. HO
FOR SALIC Ono cylinder Reo car In
first class condition, new tires.
Price $75. Will toko part cash or
will trado for good cow. Phone.
FOR SALK Alfalfa hoy,' $10.00 per
ton. W. R. Lamb, phono 5-F2.
FOR SALIC Polo mountain buggy,
good as new. Palmer Investment
Co., Modoo Orchard,
FOR SALIC 2-seated Velio hack with
pole. Phono C52-J.
FOR SALK nBAlj KSTATH
FOR SALIC CO acres land, flur,,doop
soli, deeded water right, 7 room
house, electric lighted, modern,
4Cx3G barn, fenced Page wire, 40
acres In alfalfa, corn, sugar boots
and small garden truck, 20 acres
In penis, Hartlutt and D'AnJou,
small peach orchard, team horses,
cow, farm Implements and nil crop
goes with placo. For prlco mid
particulars, address Ilox, 55, It. F.
I), No. 2, L. M. C. Central Point,
RICAL KSTATIC FOR SALIC All
kinds of property for' salo or ex
change. Gold Hay Realty Co.
FOR SALIC Farm land, fruit land,
timber land, laud from $5,00 por
neru upwaids on long time. Gold
Ray Realty Co,
FOR SALIC Wyowa Place, 80 acres,
finely Improved Roguo Itlvcr Val
ley land, 3 mtloa north ICaglo
Point. Seo or nddrosfl owners, "W.
IL Crnndall on tho placo, or J. T.
Carpenter, 345 N, Hartlott, Med
ford, no agents, 150
FOR SALK Buy Ashland proporty
wllllo prices aro attractive. Wo havo
for quick snlo In center of town
and best resldciico district, on
Sherman street, ono block from
school, 3 blocks from public libra
ry, three lots, each (10 foot front
by 117 deep, covered with fruit,
and G-room houso plastered, bath,
lights, foundation, splondld chanco
to build 2 now small bungalos for
rent to railroad men, on other two
lots. Cun soil whole projxirty tor
$1750, with $050 cash. This Is
worth at least $2500, and Is grow,
lug In value. Also flno 8-rooin
houso, modern, with bath, lights,
furnace, etc., on best residence dis
trict on boulevard, and 50-foot lot,
especially fine location. Price
$4750. Hodgsou-Whltmoro & Reed,
Cor. Ouk and Main Sts. Ashlund,
Some fine smalt runchoa In south
ern California nto ofleied In ox
change for suk or grain ranclios In
this vallo. ,
A stock of goods, hardware and
furniture In good part of tho Wll
lametto valley Is offored for a aleur
stock or grsin ranch. $8000 00.
A very fine residence In Los An
tielos. Will oxchaiigo for a pcur
erclmrd. Vaule $,000 00
Home fine bargains in Reed aloio
tn runotuM. Look ihm over.
C. D. HOON
HOARD AXD HOOM
HOARD AXD ROOM 120 I.ourol St.
. I n, lit a. win. t tt
M.. W IP V..l. 1Jt
FOR SALU -llOUKHS
FOR SALK Four room modern
house, furnished: also good pay
ing business, on Main street. Al
together chenp. Call nt 303 East
Main street. 142
rou SATiR MriovrooK
FOR SALK Stock, hogs, pigs, brood
how '.-iiion urns
..lfOWNHVILLH, Texas, Sopt. 3.
hrco of tho Mexican baiidltH npcrnt-
g Just north of HrowiiBvlllo woro
lied by county officers nt Los Cun-
or, flvo miles cast of ilarrodn flta-
n, 14 miles north of Drownsvllle,
cording to Information received
" sots of henvy work harness. Vln
son's bnrn, North Rlvorsldo nvo
WANTED Cnpnblo boy wants to
work for board and room whllo at
tending school. Call 188. 141
WANTED Dy eldorly couplo, nicely
furnished bungalow or cottage for
tho winter. Will tnku best ot
cure. Prefer tho west sldo. Ad
dress I)., caro Mall Trlbiino.
WANTED Largo knitting mill In
vites correspondence from women
desirous of earning monoy, part or
full time. Good pay. Kxporionco
unnecessary. International Mills,
Inc., Norrlstown, Pn. 200
WANTICD TO IJUY 20 tono of
straw; also 20 tons ot hay. Vin
son's Feed Darn, N. Rlvorsldo Ave.
WANTED To borrow $300. good
clear real estate security; will pay
10 per cent six months, Phono
TO TRA DIC Equity In proporty for
stock cattle, prefened, Ilox W.,
Mall Tribune. 144
7" V ill.
PORTER J. NICFK, WM. r. M KALE I
Attornoys-nt-Law, Rooms 8 and
V, Medford National Dunk bldg,
A. H. REAMK3, LAVYEROarnett
Wra. M. Colrlg, Oeorge It. Roberts
COLVia Sc ROIIERTH, LAWYERS
Medford National Dunk Building
B. F. MULKEY & GEO. W. C11ERR1
Attorneys at Law. Jackson Coun
ty Bank Building.
LAHER AUTO BPRINO CO. We
are operating the largest, oldest
and best equipped plant In the Pa
cific northwest. Use our springs
when others fall. Bold under guar
antoe. 26 North Fifteenth. St.
DR. O. O. VAN BCOYOU
Oarnett-Corey Bide., salts III
VMford Ore. PIioiia Sf.
IT IS YOUR Ill'sHMCSS TO SHE SIR
Because my stock tn trade Is to
havo optioned at tho lowest cash
price the best buy In this county.
1 have been on tno ground look
ing out for you for tho past five
years. Nearly everyday I havo in
vestlgated some "good thing." I have
eliminated everything except thoso
deals which I urn convinced will s
iuro mo satisfied customers.
In a few hours time I can give you
the boueflt ot this research. It Is my
business to show you over tho county
and Introduce you to tho possibilities
aud opportunities bore. See Med
ford first and
J. C. BARNES
10C! West Main Street
Collections nnd Itcports
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS We
collected some accounts 14 ycara
old. Wo know how to get tho
monoy. Tho Uullock Mercantile
Agency, Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 3, Has
klns' Uldg., 210 E. Main St.
DR. A. II. HEDGES. Dr. Louise .
Hedges Mechano-Theraplsts, Chiro
practors, Spondylotuernplsts. Those
mwmIamim In.lilillm. JUljill.a ....
Ami jvvuui, mviimiUK umivuvi, vuiir
tire gymnastics, hydro-therapby,
ete.. nroducA results In both scuta
11,1 1 and chronic diseases. Consulta
tion free. Over Deuel& Co., cor
nor Mnln and Bartlett. Hours t
a. m. to 6 p. m. Other hours l))
annnlntment. l'hnnn 170.
sppR. R. J. LOCICWOOD,, Chiropractor,
uervo spuciBiisi iiuouis auo-zu4
205. Qarnott-Coroy bldg. Vapor
baths nnd scientific massage given;
noodle spray, hoad and shoulder
shower In connection; advice In
dlototlcs, medical gymnastics,
hydropthornpy. Lady attendant.
Phone, oftlco 543, reatdnoe Cll-K,
Engineer n Contractor
contractor, 404 M. F. & II. Bldf.
Surveys, estimates, Irrigation,
dratnago, orchard and land lm
OARUAGE Got your premise
cleaned up for the summer. Call
on tho city garbage wagons for
good service. Phone 274-L. Tt
Instruction te atssto
1IAIGHT MUSIC STUDIO Room
401. aarnctt-Coroy Bldg. Fred AL
ton Halght Piano, Mrs. Florence
Halllday Halght, voice. Phone
HELEN N. YOCKEY Notary lut-
lie. Bring your work to me at the
sign ot the Mall Tribune.
I'liyeslcinus ant. trargeou
DR. V, Q. OARLOW, DR. EVA
MAINS OARLOW Osteepathia:
physicians, 416-417 Garuott-Corsy
bldg., phone 103C-L. Kesldanoa
20 UoutU Laurel St.
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopathic
physicians, 303 Oarnett-Corey,
building. Phono H04-M.
DR. J. J. EMMENS Physlclaa aad
surgeon. Pructlce limited to eye,
ear, nose and throat, Eyes sclen
tlflcally tented and glasses sup
piled. Oculist and Aurist tor S. P.
It. R, Co. Oftlces M. F. & H. Co,
Bldg., opposlto P. O. Phone C07.
DR. It. W. CLANCY Physician ana
surgeou. Phones, oftlco 36, resli
dencu 724-J. Office hours 10 te.
12, 2 to 5.
DR. S. A. LOCICWOOD
DR. MYRTLE 8, LOCICWOOD
Pbyslcluua and surgeons. Office
309-310-311, M. F. & II, Bldg.
Phones rosldonco, S14-J2: office,
DR. MARTIN C. JIARUER Physl
cluu and surgeon. Office Palm
block, opposlto Nash Hotel. Hour
10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phone 110-J.
T. G, HEINE, M. D., SPECIALIST
Eye, ear, uoso aud throat, office
228 East Main; rosldonco 1121
East Main; oftlco hours 9 a, ru. to
1 2-in.; 1:30 to 5 p. tn. Telephones
Office, 303; ;resldonco, 303-J2.
Printers ana, rublisbers
UEDFORD PRINTINQ CO. has Us
best equipped printing oftlco In
southern Oregon; book binding,
loose leaf ledgers, bllllug systems,
etc. Portland prices. X7 Norte
JAD8 TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.
Office 42 North Front St. Phone
315. Prices right. Service guar
TyK rlters miff Suppll.
TYPEWRITERS AND "SUPPLIES
Now Remington, Smith Premier
and Monarch typewriting, adding
and subtracting matl.lues, rebuilt
tnrchlnos for cash or easy pay
ments. Machines for rent, rlbeeu
and supplies ot nil kinds, sliupU re
pairs freo ot charge- Roger
Bennett, 10 Oulne Ht.. vhWH
938-R, or mimer Piano PlMfl, .