VAdl TWO Ml. Ut nUU iU n v M MMiIdlM) m.i.n i r r. i v ' i i 4i u i M V : $ . I ..-. ...?.. e TOCAL AND PERSONAL HiHMMt"lNIH4ti.tii Mnrvev nfti Mkm, this stsfe, arrived in Medrord this morning with a party of threa from lhal part of la alata, two of whom ram to took star Ik valla somewhat rarefollv wHh a flow (a locating Hr. while l third man wtll m tn min is) totreU la qnawl of pfwaawH. Ma to Jaofcrn far rlaaftbar gropar- . (f) 1mm an f)d far, claae i In It f. .!. Weft Bwarkar and John HcRey naMe, both lf known In the Med fflw sertlon of fha valley, are rc yanairto hav1 mada a rtrh strike In tlmfr naw properly oh IMrdseye rraWt. hear Ungae Hirer. They '' struck a "iHWkaly streak" Jn the ledge tknr wora following In their develop- lUBHt Wdrk aHf) wore excitedly amaxod ul two watalltt (if the ffml, but the flfevraa lmo nut yet bow pnhllcly aiglml, Turkish nougat 30c lb. Tlio Shag- tn, II. It. Rlomi, wlio will lis Identl- fluil with tho Industrial fontum of tho Oregon-Utah Sugar company's work In thin valley, loft thin morn lug for I'nrtliuiil on business. 2S95 off on Kodnki nt Weston's CAmo.rn Shop, Constable A, II. Hammond returned taut night from mii offlelnl plunge into the Jungle at the head of Cole man croak for M. Perk, whom ho arronlod ahiI broiiKht hark to thin ally. Air. Park' family rosldos at Phoenix. .Mm. I'wk has charged liar husband with rnllurn lo provide. Ho Will have a llonrtng before .itfatlrn Taylor In this city. A son 'work In a garage at Central Point. Onte sella Ford cars, $200 down and KK a month. T. T. I'engu, of Fresno, Cal.. In n visitor In thla valley thla week. Oystors, nny ntylo. Tho ShnRta. V. II. Mansfield, of Tolo, did busl now In .Mcdfnrd yesterday, rrttirn Ing this morning to his valley homo. Smoko n King Hplu clnr, fie. Thoy nro homrt-mndn. tf I.. Iliulow, of Halom. Is In this city today on hualiiHos. Ron Mnildox & Ilnunoy, Portland nvOi greonholiso, nbout tomnto plants for norongo plnntlng. Slnndnrd va rhMlos, lowost prlcos. 290 Oaorao FuIhii, of Fioano, Cnl., Is HinniiK the olit-oMown visitors In Jlmlford mid vicinity this wetk. Ico Duvo Wogil ahoiit that flro In. anrnnco polluy. . Offlso Mnll Trlbuno IlhfK. II. Hhmii, of the state capital. Is Among Ike ratify slRhliwcra In annnly today. Jladnm DavaniMrt. rHiinwnml imlm 1st aHd rlalrroyant. Colonial apta. X3 U. Prlea, of Itwwuiira. stnppal oror la .M ml ford for a faw days on hit way south. Sao what It' will bur this wak at tlio Iteaall Stora. 181 II. It. McCiiiinttll. of Centralla, W'ush.. who Is vlaltlna In this vi cinity this week, U one of thosa who yoam for a country of iiihnMmh in which to make a home. 8o fur aa he haa saen the ltoti river country, ha euys that It suits him to a T. He Is aajoyliig our sunny weather and will raHtaJn for some da mi yet. Tal. Dink Sandera your t roubles about papas-tajr. painting or tint ran. 30T Mra. HstUe IC. Mayor, of linker, thhj state, who haa Itaau saloMng u vMt of aavaral woeka with frleatls In ' t i- ' ,, i In iv . '.in i, iiiiII I i nllr for thr"" tK's, end i ford diirlna the swat sairer.il will reave this etealaa tar hi- " In I food River, Try a Klif falts ataar and en aonrafX )mi iMtaairy, " Martin Vegler. of Ahertfawn v . who has noea nhtalnlna ifaia ri' i Ina oar local timber raaoar r - r some dav. will lea re Inmorrou u, i Ci core nt f'Mv. Cal. lacelaJ urices an eaeravoa cards, aow sad from akl alates !or a fow aayi at the Mwirord Prtntln? Co, Mrs ftemtlrti Janea, of Portland who has been vlettlng la tMe rir fm a waak, will leave for her home to nhTht. It waa tt. J I.ockwooit. chlropraf tor, of the flameU-Corey bunding, who racwatly removal to Missouri, not Dr. S. A. Irkwood, physlclnu and stiraeoti, loente at tho M. F : & II. Illdg 283 ' Mr and Mrs, Hugh DeArinond arc spending a few days visiting Aire be Armonda' parent, Mr. and Mrs. J I. TVtherow, (iranla Paw. '. Tho Rtar brnnd of typowrltor rib-1 bons nro gunrnntrod to glvo 75,000 Iniproaalons of tho typo "a" nnd "o" without so clogging tlio typo ns to show on tho paper. This Is a pretty stiff warranty, but that In what tho Wobttnr company ngroo to with Star ribbons. Sold by tho Mod ford Print ing company. Hov. and .Mrs. V F. Shields nro attending the Christian Kndeuvor convention at Orants Pubs. Insure your auto In tho Alllnnco against theft, flro. C. Y. Tongwnld. .1. C Pendleton, of Table Hock. wns n Medford visitor Friday. .1. O. Corking, tnn neat all around photographer In southern OrcRon. Always reliable. Xngntlvs nindo tiny whoro, tlmo or place Studio 228 Main St. Phono 320-J. W. F. lllddlo and wife havo ro t n mod from an extended visit In the east. Mrs. II. K. Ilanoy has moved hor dress making shop to Harnett Corny bldg. Itoom 313 nnd 3H. Mr. nud Mrs. S. M. llullls. of Mod ford, nro registered at Hold llmison, Portland. , , -,. t A rX'nLffr WHb atVagaBi alaV - aaBaaEBaaBK JMBaaBar aVaWBK Its RiBBBiU'iiBarr ubblmbi t T"JaT tBBBBBaarlBBHBBvaBBBBT jaati CJ i IRK RESUMED i p .'. ONCANALEXTENSION i ! irl, nl I rl,,rtll I ll'f'IU . ,i. littcfii eil' 'icl '' r in i-tinji' "I (Crreruoi - r . , . JUr Turk ore evae-1 -nrreiMler HHneua'nVi'c , ii?w. . 1 1.- iat eVeriil c. V " ' I thai tha Twrki-s) rar-there m ,. i II V Itolml I ill "in In "Tin- Ali-cnl nl (In- star today. IIELSi DANIELSIREQUESTS FLOOD REFUGEES MONEYFOR REPAIRS! f FACE STARVATION If PON BATTLESHIPS ON RIVER Bfl TOM TO 10 DISTRICT m'k w h-. " out tin n 1 1 "tr().ion nion ftirlnu cxt'-iMion or the ill'M t'aiml iVpiiiixin ' Irrluii rsteni. tent were pltrhed and " naaacd to i nsh work. All the nnd tennis that run ba UKd tll i iiloycd until the canal shall I'd-n finished, which will he in - f-eji or about the flrat of April H.M.nty men will start oa the work odn At least loo men a 111 bo re tut red to complete tha Job. The farmers are watching the cn toiiirlso with much latcraat. knowing that they will have to depend on the i-miHi ior moisture, ror ineir crop this esr. The comany will lose no time In supplying tham with all the water they will naad. The canal on tha Phoenix segment hn been eompletod. oacent a few Int- ; frHls, on which work Is being done now. TV rcieyenre ia lite foTcgtom toiinnrfe (. twe ncrwaaj UWQ mnr i,l y -nrfrfrftMiM'il !S . ytJMUW5eNil lEmY A Thorough Inspection It's nif al n' 'surv trt n fOLtge !(. v as f r n h i: ien 1 " ' Uoml health nn',1 r"- itn v i . c-thrr r . fj fre itittiori i bii n lin..vc mfntuefrf. THE ELECTRIC SHOP 103-105 S. Cunt a!. Pliono 22-J Free innpeciim of any battery at any time 5 ... tT h WAsms'dTov. hit. in. a; ikJ.r"".Ofl0 I'mergeiicy eiiroirintioti yAl'PHK'., Mlos., Feb. 19. A soc lor immcdmte iutc-sii rv rcMiii. ofond appeal from Maor Jacoby of tiiHrbinery in liiittlcliii-i, torjicdii- fewollton, m., where eovornl thou boiit ti'tropri iiihI iiliinnriiic. to sniid nogtooa are marooned by MIs- iiicicnse the Miipplv or mines nnd for i alaalppl floods wus reelved hero to- the )1rt time to efpiip bnitteehiiM dny. with nnli-nirernft (tuim was aki-l ; "Our supplies have glvon out." tho of eoHgres Imlny by Secretary Hnn-i mayor aald, "and iinleaa wo rocalva TURK GARRISON FLED (Continued tTorn pngo onoi ielN. ".Mhiiv of our iIpm royora have 'renchi'd nn ngc where renewnla of I'xtcneive HriioiiM of their machin ery rt.itlimioMt iw neceasary," Secre tary DnnielM said. "Tho same ia true of NulunnrinoK, both elaaaaa of vcxm'Ii making a big ilrnin on tliia yenr'H ninirintion." The boiler of the food wo will soon face starvation." Federal and local officials In re lief work did not share tho mayor', apprehension. , More than one-third or tho town of St. Joseph was under watar today. WASHINGTON. Feb. in. Semite: Aiti'iciiliiii'iil I'Diumitli-i' I'lintiiiucd licuntii: on rcoliitmii in direct in-, ipiiiv into control of imiI out put. CuiiKiTviitiou ehamiiiMi' licunn! nun i to nmemi .-smew wntcr mwit bill. Ilniticn trcnlv wni Initl befnre ''.c wenntc to he cullwl nn next week , HiMiHe: (Jeorge i m ill. riti.it tH.i. ..i ..u , ... ..... ..nun iviHiitr lliHHlllliUn. j A (intirtor scml-clrcle with a radius ! of twentj-flya miles Is Hooded rrom I six to fifteen feet deep, while beyond this another fwenty-flvo mile Is cov ered with wafer from a few Inches to one nnd two feet deep. i NKW OUI.HANS, Fob. 10. Iinttleliiij Incraasml atipreliensinn was felt to- deonrin and Vinrinin, both of which , i,a.v fr tho ooo or more persons hne been in almost cunfctnut service marooned around N'ewellton, without for ten yenrs, linve hIiowii such J f,(l "d with but scant shelter. Most uenknoMx, .r. Daniel wid, hm to I f thein aro negro plantiitlon laborers ii,niirM tlinf Iiiim t'tiiiwnlu li.i u.itli. I tillable tfi i-imfli mufutiv utiun li.. Miu .-..... ..... v .... - .... .. ... n- "-- - .-,..w.. m. . ,, n ..V-.. III!" ,H , When hotter Inmirnnco Is nohl lniw rnrni twtiw M-rviro to him lwllI river broke throiiKh the Iwvee fTnltiifva Mtrt Inatteation tfnn .III .11 I rlti.if li.ttitt wk.l ..1 r iwiiiii'n, itw iiiniHHilVV ellllKa III HI! all ' "M' (rFil Til It. The imbllc library has received through Hi kluduoea of Mr. Iloos a most attractive book on the Pacific coast good roads. It Is tho minimi ror lew of J ho Trl-Hlate (lood (toads association, printed to glvo a record In permanent form of what has beau done on tho coast. There aro ac counts of the different projects, In cluding description of the Klsklyou highway by Air. ICIttrldge. and many this map and -illustrations add Interest I tit t 14 I.iiaIt Peanut brittle. 30c. The Shasta. W YV. I'ssher. a trl-weekly visitor lo Wedfnrd. Is in the valley metropolis again today, doing business, as us ual. II. A. Wltcrhnrg. manaaer of the company's business at Orants Pass. Is also a business visitor In this oily today. Jointly busy with Mana ger I'ssher In the affairs of tho Pa cific Telephone and Telegraph com pany. I) Heitn llolenmb. of Portland. Ia a Medfotd "shopper" today, having flflltt.l llllULII III lllallAl ,. In. ..,11.. r Pelts offered by a trapper on tho11" '" ,ro,,,b,' ,h" ''' of ford. probRl st the library, on Kri not rcgniilcil nn piobalilc thai t fir v hiuc been nble to erect nn cxti u ic fortification there. The ltuNiiin nre howtilv rcimiiina Hie Hinnll ilmnngcH done to the l'otf reene ngninet n itoetilile ntleinpl ol the Turk to rolukc them. N'o newe lias ln'en received of the fiile or Kkwcl l'ezi Pimlm, i-inim:iii-Icf nf the ninth corm. who wn- in charge of the dcfctixo of Krxcriim. Hl;el Pasha Coininandcd. Itxin reMrte(l that rpinforcciiicnt from Thrnce were mi the wav to I'r xenun, but tlmt thev wen- till luc or i iinvf, (liHtent when the i it was M-icd. Artillery had been -Inp pctl by va to Tii'bi.oinl. A telegram trnm Scba-tnpol iv- RESULTS COUNT Our courses are arranged with one aim in view to get the best results. Investigate then enroll in Day or Night School. Medford Commercial College New Students May Enroll at Any Time. Phone 15-1 G Bi SAFE DEPOSIT PRUDENCE The prudent person iloct not wait for flro or theft before he gels Snfo Deposit Protection for his valuables. Our Vault Is Fire and llurglar Proof. Wo hoe Safe Deposit Poxes for rent bore as low aa 1!.00 AM) I P PKIt VDAIt M WJ OVER 22 Vt'ARS UNDER CNf MANAGEfvJENr crxuasa 10 GIVE LECTURES ON BEET CULTURE1 How's This? t off-r Ono llMilrnl IlolUn Hi waril (nr xny n if I alurrli Uiti aanimi U- lumt bt Hull t ('Urm lurr. r. J uu:m:v jl in. t..m... o M, th nii.)rrlmii .). Itati- known I' J. Ckrur)' for Ikr ll IA lean at4 U-IWlr aim -lll)' linnwalili' In all ll. !(. tru-urlUan M SMSHall aVIf lo urrj- mt anr ubllialHH iMito Uf Ma nrm. .NAT. II INK III" rmiMKIIf'K Tlnlii. Olilu trail's ('alurrli (ir, 1 1 l.lii inlirimlr at-tlmr UnvHi tifoK, Mi., t.i.il ., j nii."i!M .iirfiii- nf III. -,lilll 'Itsllt i i.l lr. I'rn . Ji TnN (ht l. in. .- '. i, all lmgi.-M Tiki) II U , 1 n 1 I i all ,n. I'l K.IIT OX It TltO'JH Ci:T III MOMl! IN Alt-x Xllile. F F lirainw.ll .ml A.iHiln, ol tin- Oregon! Mil . Iteaiimeil eiiueiilenilion of imi-ImI- !8,,r comiuiiiy, will urrh.. In .... nee appropriation lull. Tha hearing of M. Peck bfor Jhs tie Taylor today developed the stia plcion that It is largely a family liiarrel. Peck and hi a if having keii sw rated far soma time. Mr. Peck Is an old mun, unable to work much, hut It was shown that he was doing tha best he could. Tho wlfo ia rorrf oil o(tncsds next to iiealn sariea of mecttaga among iln- farm era who are Uuxlous tu ubtuin in for mat Ion on tha subject of siiK.tr licit i rultura. Mr. Austin, tho conii.ama ehief agriculturist, will lecturo to the farm ers at Talent Wednesday evening, Feb. 23. at the city hall; at Central Point on Thursday evenlnu, Kebru BataVSOanDVawnMHawSBHaBiHaiaijaBRMasa , much younger. A divorce proceed- i ary 21, at tho city hall, and at Med- tan Itatte creeks, the "pack" being his catch In four months. The funeral sarvico for little Dar rta. Infant daughter of Mr. and Mm. Frank l.oder. who imstasl away at the home of her parents on Kebru- ary , hnxlng been lit only an hour Ottfarawt puna ,r tj, valley, to which and a half from ptomaine poisoning came to eaaaae the rigors of the later season tn northeaatera Ore goa, will raiura home early next weak, mah liaurwvad in health. Mrs. Mayer says wh-eu her husband can aail to advaataae lu Maker county, tNv wtll looala narniaaautly In this valley. WatloH Cataera Sana for flrat elaas ICatUk riaiaalag and Kodak uua4lea. H. I., Waller, of MilUboro. left for horn thla moraiag, after a visit of tan days In this valley, with head quarters in this city. Haata's Urug rttora ia sailing aa oaM lot of toilet waters, AOp, 7.".c aaal Jl.oo for .! ts laiar Mtrang, an has baeu visit ing with frtaada la taa younger sal lu this vl.lnll) for two weeks. alU leave tomoriow for his homo lu Port land. Oh etatt Mle on tlevall Itemed tea, uu1rtes, toilet articles this waek at Waat Bide Pharmacy. at 1 Police authorities are loakiag for the ubiquitous sneak thlevea a ho have naau ateallag lights aud robes froaa tha autos ten standing tn from of or near, the N'atatorluiu during rval aervlies. rotuplaluts art nnwerous about this troufctc In taa gaaane of a larno poliea force In lata olty, liacausa is isn't grueraliy njt4ad. It has been saggoaled that iaov most Interested In ibis mailer aiiould engage a wairhiugn to keen an eye on tha ditos and nab the inlaws a ho ajuo lham It.reducs la the issue, ao bring in ipir KiMuijiowar nnd hava It bntft0Hel and km preparad fur waal is vimtm j. w. MlteaelL T ")K was held ut a.UO o'clock Friday aft ernoon at the residence, Dr J. Lau rence llltl officiating Mltle IVorris was placed lu a beautifully white couch basket, which was surrounded profiueb lth enMiilsile floral offer lugs, a fitting tribute of respct from so man or her devoted friends. The interment was lu the I. O. o, r . em- eter ou the hill east of Medford. j overlooking the city and valley. A funeral cortege of many vehicles and automobile loitawed the remains of tha little one, ao long a favorite In a large circle of family acquaintances. to Its last resting place. Mr. Lon er's other child, ulso III. is reported convalescing. John Htghaia. of Central Point, ana a ftaturday visitor lu Medford. Colonel H C. Waahburu. of Table Mock, was a Medford waek.aad visi tor. II. II. Tionaeu. of Kagle Point, was a aeak-oud visitor lu Medford. The O. A. V. basket ball team, whose member export to make it the champion of the coast, having won from Berkeley. Stanford, Washing ton. Washiugton State. Whlleutan and Idaho, will play an exhibition game Mouday ulght with the local high school team ou the .Medford floor. The local tea in. It la said, will be glvea a handicap. Now Is the lima to plant roaaa. Home extra choice three-year-old Car olina Testout and Krau Karl Ururkl from the lineal roaa hedges In Mad ford Ordar at ouce aa supply la lira Ited Ptarre the Florist. JL Jy Siim,e lilt nanus Wlian u UomdM art tniy the separation The com t admonished day evening. February :!.'.. nl 7:30. Ihe rather lo provida for tha one County Pathologist Cute wilt par child at borne, and let him go back j tlclpate In the discussion at these to his Job in a mine at tha head of i meetings whenever possible Colenisn creek. The charge was non-' uplMirl. i Medfonl lloosicii. Hiuoko I no Medfoni and Mi. Pitt Cigars Niitlnii .in i.ii t t'n patc of a diaii'oiid u hen ii i onu -- to iillulitiii.' .i troth. You will ni-er reiei flu- taMe and expeudliiin iinericd in tin flttinu seul ot oiii i iiKaKemeiit To sati ournfir hiiiI the peifon most direitlv uteii'-.t-il in the mat ter that the diamond U ulxnc ques tion. tu It of a dealei who in known for his falrnehs and iIkIii incthods. NOTICE WILLO If I FAIL to CURE ui CANCER hTUMOR i i.t W $1000 Martin J Reddy riii:.irwi:i.i:it lloiiso of fjimlitj MSITOHS l, S KI.COM H special meeting of the Moi k holders of the Kugue lllver Fruit .V Produce Annotation will be held at' the public llbrarv. Medford, Ore Felruar 2 at : no p. m. for the, purpoaa or conslderlug the method of marketing our fruit to be adopted , for the season of 11-17. ami for I the purpoee of transacting any oibei I busluass that ma proMrl come be- j fore such meetiuK. The board of di- rectora believes it uuwlse to lencw , the contract xilth the Northwestern Fruit Kxchanae and tleairtta to uiilimli I icO&MOCO '1 wyMv ,n the whole marketlna question to the I cm ' , ..',!. , uiA.ukAu. ...,. , . .. . i Wi . 'im i In, u vi a mmanuinria lll K lull IIISCIISSIOII Ullll .,r, I for their suggestions and recommen-1 datlons. A full attendance of stoc k i holders li carncsth requested. ' before It POISONS dnp ibefs :r atlKht la BONE ' Without nnile or Pain Ho PAY Until CURED WSIITUH MARANTIC t ' i- r A I Mmm-idSf i .mi iln I yJ ACTU'JIcm'b) il i, iii i m k. . r aWaValfrVJBarjto, u HWOR. tUMP rfLVSSafTg I 3UKK UH liu II C .ii bixT I K IS CANCER' r IMti! 'I ' UO-fAOL BOOK Hi KIT. . li, Mu' j V .11 SUI Any LUMPm WOMAN'S BREAST INSURE YOUR fjafftgl. tf"' Xffck I iiwB(v5.iA 3F I zZirmLiB VkMa - ra3r. a&sri'&v. &7ZHi&. ofawakaaVPI ' u.ts5fiw ii; SStsH2XJ jmm& i mwsL $m lyWiaVlatiiTlJ . VTT v T-!fZ Z6 zljjk Mar-c tzmmcp 1JiaUAaa'iaaWaMtaaaP'aValtgwaarsjsattM 111 I III an a III 4H THE UNIVERSAL CAR I lllj "rore than ONi: MILLION now in use ."i00,0)() nl more arc to he olil this year. N'o otlicr motor II fill Still III '''"' ' I"' c'tiliie world hits .ttcli n wonderful II Iii'corii nn- erice. tma yearo lowered price 11 iiienn the name Ford enr of rmnlity nnd reliahil- j ity for lose money that's all. Tito Ituiniliont i 1 1 rllOO; Touring Car l0: C'oupelct WHO; Twn I Jill Car .flHil; Sedan $7W, f. o. b. IMroit. J Kasy tertna if decircil ,'200 down, $25 per ill! inonlh. ll C. E. GATES i ,.i Ql CKIY - r . t nail Dr. & Mrs. Dr. CIIAMIEY & CO. tiWA! Mrlill S'UtNt Rmt LnCI. SfHilhf .Hint" t?40 I 43i '.'stensM St , is rra-r .tea. Cal. v li.-rjc r- V TMI. .. CANCCH TOO MTU TO CMSSIFY. m ssaisagfs saj i a - , aa smi a WAXTKD To hire a team ltlioui diicr. hea vkurk I'hone 7-Fl iit ! LOST Silver aatrh baiweon Oag gatt ranch ami Medford on Uo Lane. Keturn to Tribune office, reward. ,m Bargains in ROSES J00 Tnree-yoar-old FARMERS, NOTICE ac.ini.-i ua n anl li .-n m i , imv inp; me t"-t them uiiiler tnc !.TKST and HKST Kt m m no aii nerve measurements. ml If found neies sar.v, nt them to proper glass. DR. RICKERT KVIWKJHT SI'Kt'lAI.IST Suite I.U, t)ur .la)'., .Medfoicl. Wl- llilVf jliv -(.. i-if,l a si lipnu nt ol Taylor Subsoil Plows Imatadlata sale cinrk Remit) Co . :' Phlppa bldg. FOR nut-Flue moder buuga-'. CtlTOline TeStOllt low. cloa lu. at big sacrifice for uoeei ior sate ni a nargatn Tha finest roos la Medford trant the Ut raae kodga In tho elty The Carolina Teatant is a perpet ual bloomer, tare p4ak raaos and tha beat hedga or traat roao for tUla allnute. Pierce, the Florist AaaocUted Fran IManatcb. TOII.UT FOH BXCHANUK Stock ranchas for city property, so acrae einr of martggge for small bouse and gar den ground; o-Qra dairy ranch for rtly. 17500. CUrk Really Co., SO t'hlppa Bldg. wtat liatlwgs of rlty Md country prvnarty for sale w .!. Ml O 6 no oi w.wr ri ki I'ltKIMIUTIONS? We iuaure that our Marinollo prAuaration con m in uo harmiul in gradients You will rind the best ol was the niont economical and bene ficial. Msrlnello toilet nrcparatioas eaa onl tie port Uiised here THE iMARINELLO IIAIIt SMOf , This iniplfincnt solves tin .md lnvakiiifr up a hardpaii. Ii ,...!..,.: ,i. . I "uyri.r. uio siHwoil so iib to nw n'obleni of storing wntti the surpl" coitA u. rn.icv ItwiHi IH7 lHMilttCHr' Ulibe. I Medford. Orafoa. t t0 run dwP riw" tl.o soil ,l bo ,Vstn t? ,M;; s,n" Tr thp sot(1 hs RtMitt start lifioiv the dry season aet in nulll'ln.,1 o,!,,!,,,UV'ti 1S S "i1 that it mnv hV o.i-ilr pulled in oiu- smls hy two horses. HUBBARD- BROS. MKDKoui), OIK(i() ismk9 rksl tWTIt. o a Of K I rH '