Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, February 23, 1922, Page 3, Image 3

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    MEDFOTm MATT' TRTBTJKT, MT.PFOUn. 0;iOX, TITUftShAY, ' ITJiFfUAftY 2., 1022
IMOE TItTlFX,
STUDENTS ISSUE
APPEAL 10 BUILD
L
We want it new IiIkM Helmut!
Wo witnl a iii-w MkIi iii'hooi:
i Tit" Jlllllllt' HI'IM to I III llll lllllt IIM
lotilf iim wit "Kiit ulmiK" Willi tltii print'
cut litillilltiit, itml hi'imii not to ihImii
lunch i r a fiiMK I hut It will tut till
rUM not o luillil a imw lilr.lt hi'IiooI.
(- Jll tuny, ilit, hut uh far iim Iu'Iiik imi-
in lent , 1'iimiiit'iniiiiim Hint cuiiiiiiiiiililn
It In fur rrniii II.
' Tin riHiiuH mill (umciiihly nm i to J
Mllllll, Willi IllIRK llll'llllllllK 1'lllHMHH,
KVuryittliiK 'U inllrily too rtowilml
Kvnti tlic Ikiu'Iiitm luiyii lit iv(n tlti'lr
rimiiiM with i-iicli ther. Tin- nsrniH
urn poorly l;lil '1 mul lli hniitliiK I"
very Irri'Kiilur,
Tbit Niui(n In H) miiiuII (or lint lilnh
Mi'liool piny tli wt urn prtf uii-J. ho
Ktrit money iniint Im npiil In renlliiK
tliK I'iik" thiwtrn. Tlti' Nutitlorliiiti
it in h t li ri'ltti'il for u mi iim a k)iiiiii
nluiii, mm iliiU'K In nmiii in the hlisli
lll'lllMll lllllllllnk', lltlH till II II K till iM'll
llltUI of twelve lllltnll'l'lt llnHum II
''"r
Whe I Iiii riiiuy day urn hern lit"
tiNif of I (in iiiiIiii( Iriiku, rrorkM.
Jiir 11 'I 1'in'lii'l lut vo In In iIiii'im nil
llm flour in I'ulf'U tlt' ilmp. Tlin il
I tin of itoliiii of III" ri ion i ii lniik UN
iliouiili llii mlKlii full iiny iiiotix iit
Uiii."in an) thul t iii liu klttK In
' iii." but n urv inl ihn only uiinii.
The illriU'iK itn l iiiililli- in iti-iH iiil
mint I mi worn tliuii ii ur.i in tlilii linn
r they wuiili luivn liuili n ii, .w IiIkIi
hl llo-il I.llllll4 ll-II WIIH fllKt lll'i'll
I'll If wi luul il in'W tilth tirlionl Imll'l
Iim wo wntilit iiiurn I'niliunliihili-,
tiemiiHit prlili' Tollmen (otllenttlH'llt.
For iiinnni'iiii'iil llin public ll i
1 1 1 n I of uimii"). r'uliKioiinilrt, race
Hark Hint nriiii'i h'N mi' voiinl pli-m y
( IIH'IH'V, lllll Iklll-ll it i m tt build-
Iiik ii ni'W hii:t hi IiimiI InilMlnK they
rmnn o MllUln, I hi n their binkH, and
rlohd iliiilr ihiiiii'm ttlt ii nnui
ai tlin imlilii' k l Im-IiIihI UiIh .ri'i-
Hit loll unit - ptmh.
IM' hllVH u Drw 1) lull Nl'llil ll In
.Mintforil' i Sinned)
nil': sti ii:nts ok the mkwohi)
IIHill HCIIt.tll,.
Ir. I.tu-'llii Withers whi ipi ko to
trery I time atltlleitie nt tho li.ip
tiRt I'hunh last nleht, wtii n-ik to
tin t'hrUtlnn Work'ri' hand nt lln'
I'renbyti'rluit rhtinh th'l ev-nliiK at
k o'clock I'll MlHliiinfl" In t'hlnn. j
Dro Wtlclleri llrt pi ll II i.r in
in I m bin work In Chlnn, rind Is now I
hi m it on ftii'liiUKli Khe kept h'T u
Ulence Hpidlliounit Inst nli;!;' wi'h '.wr
lntercHti'lnu iiir.ry if tho iiiUhIoii
work and mist ably aimwereil that
ui'Hd n In the mind of o unity
AmertrBni, "Why nupport forelun
mlMMlonsI" Him UM itpoclal iirpi-
l tn Iho , political and oconnmir -
rondltlnns Of tlm world today and
their ' beartnn on tbo furtheratiru of
(,'brltliiHy.
All Christian worker aro aNl.et! to
aitoitd th niwtlnK tU rnmhytfl
rlun' rliiin h tonlKbt am! hrltiK a
friend with them
A very lucky strike
for William Tell, Jr.
' One of the luckiest in
history, when you con
sider the consequences.
LUCKY
STROKE.'
Whqn w discovered th
i toasting process six yean
... ago, It was a Lucky Striks
for us1.
v. -Why? Because now
-millions of smokers prefer
the special flavor' of the
Lucky Strike Cigarette
1 because
It's Toasted
' if-whiah In th
dnioou Burltf flavor
' And also because it's
NEW HIGH SCHOO
CHINA MI SSIONARY
TO SPEAK TONIGHT
$275,000 LOOT OF
CANADIAN BANK IS
BEING SPENT, U. S.
TORONTO, Ki'li, 211 -t'uniulliin po
Urn uiithorlili'M lia vn iiiiiui'Mli'il I'rilti'il
HliiU'M imiIIi'ii official to Mi'i'k 1111111
ttlll I U NpflllllllK llllllk Mill I'M lllllt KOl'l
Minimi In a hi'IihhI Iniiul rulil on tltn New
Wemiiilnider brunch of lint Hank ofj
Moutri'iil, i youiM itfio. A parcel ofi
hunk uoIum toiulliiK lll.MM) recently.
wiim nmlli'J to tin local Imuk by Hk
New Orlcim MKililM. Tim xclmnKi
ti'lliT lu Hi" Mti'illiiK luink, iittnwti'il
lo Iim rrlKpni'MM of llm IiIIIh, il'Hplti
llio I'urly ii(it" Ihiiy born, Iiivumi iKti''l
iiml foitnil iltflr iniinlr to rorr'Mionil
with noutn of IIiomii on Vtirri'ny Mtoh li
In din tnlil lt' yi'HrM nun.
Hulfof tin- li.it tit or lillU w uh lili'lHl
fli'il iim lool of llm uliI rolilii'iy. ,
Tim liunilll i i Mi'iiii'i ttltli liao.'infl In
tioti'M nnil nol'l.
Tltn ('miiitlliiti iollrii miy tli'y lilivi'
triu i"l Din IiIIIh In Din Tin J Mil llll rn'"
triu k. J
VAMOI VKH. II f . IVIi. 23.-Tlt
Ni-w Wi'MtiiilmiliT, II. 1'., Iniini-h of thu
Hunk of Mcmtri'iil hhh rlili'i ilnilnu
llm nUlit of K.-j.t .iiiImt II. I'-'ll. ol
Knl'l unil riiiri in y iiinoiintliiK to it
irinliiiiiti-ly Ui'i.iiiiii, iliii rolilnTM n--:
tnoHio; 11 1 in 1 1 ol 1 hi' I r ntuli n loot In
11 hoi 11 iiuioiiiiililln. I-nlrr 11 iiiiinii
of I III' IIKllll'V . WIIM folinil lllll'li'M In' 1
nmilli n nliilk. A rout liH-iil wlili-j
RlillK'h flT lllll HllllilTM filllllWI-ll. i
Tii.mi'ii. MrNiiiiiiirii uinl Iwiun woiv'
uirmti'il In tin' I'iiiiiiJ Hiuti'M ini'l
lirniijihl to Ni-w Vi't.iniliitir wln-ri'i
tlii'y wi'ri trll iuhI riiilllii -on
rllHIKi'M uf liurKliny In rolilifrtlon v. U Ii
tliH Initik Hu ll MrNiiiniiru liiii r wh
fniiuil K'Ulty of Iim Urn Htoli-n nn ii'Ho
lliolllll imil WBM Ml'lltl'IICI'll to hji"
ymirn III illM in.
Jackson County
School Notes
l -or I itou'linr' InMtitnti' miili-r nnliin
of Ti'IH'lnr' Coilliellx iiIt Ih-Iiik lill ,
wi-fkly. Tuli'tit, Kuril, Tmll anil (iolil
lllll hvi rnch lnn liimti'MM lo n unwii
of ti-ai'luTM rmroiiH mul frd'OilM Imtc
a I no Ihh'ii In ttinilnnrii, uml til Km M .
jiinil Tmll they Winn nrnininli'ir hy ;
Mi: liunki'tM of Ki'li UllllKK to I'Hl tlt
'iiii'inory ilntiinr nmkKth thu mouth to
tnr. Ain-niliinrn ut Trull ilfVvli'il
lllOMt llflollHII. for, HI1IIW !WII flM't ll1i
ut lrniTf VMrlml to nnnl (Hii fo'H
ilii'li l.nlow Tmll. Hut luilit-il li-m liiTM
Iwiirii iliiirn, iiikI In Mtirh Kroup cuilnr
I Inn It I iinMli-r mik nut fr'tii tli"
ttljiiinlunr of tin- Imiitt. At mil of
On' unMNlonii hold thi rouiii'll w iluly
orKiinlti'il unit n rhnlrinmi t'lcrtixl, mi
innkloK It ti'inliiTii'. ImmIv throtich
which nil limy Hin'iik nnil work.
South 1'inintil MrM. lii'Hulii Murphy,
rhulriimn.
Appli'Kntn rminrll Mr. Kilnil II.
Allen, chairman
' .North council MImm hid WIUIU.
rliMlrmnn: Mm. Winifred Stewart, sec-riitary-trenMurcr.
West council Mis AlniutU KiUler.
chulruinn; l'rln. W. It, I'uinatn, sivre-
tury trciisuirr
. Nxi Snttirdny, Feb.
th, the F.bkIp
I'plnt session I to ho held. This In
cludes teachers from Unite Fulls, to
Agate and l'Mt Crii.'k.
Thn county officii I pinphasitlnK
Mundardliatl n of srlmols, cltth work
In each roiumtintty. and a lesson plan
ImioW no fvery teacher' desk.
Ml Cownlll, nsslHtnnt state club
lender from Corvallls, penl two days
ktst week among the lwis nuil Kills
cluh of Jackson county. Club are
Ki'HinK organized rapidly this month,
leader lire- IioIiik senrrhed for, and all
thliiR Hiint to n busy six months in
club projects. Sewinic. tuiultry. itud
camp cookery are amoim the popular1
courses this year.
On Feb. 15, Lloyd A. Moss entered
oil work lu thn county nn assistant to
C. Cute, county agent, mid as U lub
worker In connection with the county
superintendent' ofllcc.. Mr. Moss Is
un O. A. C. man, and will wurk espec
ially with livestock clubs, and other
clubs In farm projects.
Iho boya and glils of the county nre
helng told of tho ICilnrntlonnl and Hoys
and (ilrls club building to be placed on
the county fair grounds for their use
next fall. Tiioi'r seems considerable
stir in their minds as to what they uml
their Hl'hool shall exhibit there.
(Hiehundred sr cent iitleiidance for
January; in reported from the- Persist.
Conley uml Long Mountains schools;
!)K percent. or oliovo la tho record from
Itutto Fnlis, lllghlimd. I.lttlo Apple
Rate, Luurplhurst. llrowos'bori, l'llt
Uoidi, nnd Luke Creek schools. Seven
teen Hchools (Including Moilford) io
port nlnety flvo porctitit or abovo, nnd
22 nt Intra report, at. lowest, K por cent,
wlilcu ia tho ruqiilremcnt for a stun
dard school.
As thlH Ih tho "tint lonal week of
song" n number of scIiouIh am having
cnllimunlly "hIukh" and ho doing their
nniniiiiiliy "hIukh" nnd ho doing tliidr
port toward Hotting all America sing
ing. Tho very attractive Arbor Pity hooks ,
for April Uth, aro now in tho lunula of
tho teachers. ThlH book rontiilnn illus -
trated li'HHons on Oregon numbs by
I'ror. Hweotaor of V, of O.; also music.
and wordH of "Menutil'til Oregon Hose."
Tho latter la filing at each council sea-
sum, ho tho teachers niay easily take It
tit tholr Hchools.
A uniform county drill Is hoing inlro -
duced under lihyslcal training work,
with i iln uh for lis uho' iu iniisBo. on
Jackson t-otinlf School day, , Y
Bat- the page M.nd,y Night I
- ml1 .rrV'1 I
Si ' frW&l ivi
Tim itinnuKi-!ii hi of iiii' 1'hko tli!-!
litn- iiiinoiiin iMi ii. ii ir lay Hint "Thi)
liit," proliMlily tli in ' rit iIm-iiiiiI ilny
to Iiii iuoiIiu'imI In i'Iiim, will In, mi-i-ii
lit llin I'liiin lii-xt Mon'lay nlKlil. I''l).
VI Ii
Of alt till' IM'WH pl.lVM to llll ll'l lIllCl'll
ilurliiK Hip iiimt iwi'lvn inoniliii, iIhti
Im no iloulit lliiil "Thi' I !nt," vtiliti'ii liy
Miiry Uolii-rlN itiiii'hurl uml Avi'iy
Stage and Screen
Charlct Ray, Page
iuri iiioic Chiiili'N Kuy Iiuh ili'iumi-
Intiati'il lii ihii ilnllni'iitlnii of Miriilli'il
rulil' rliiii iii'Iitm Iiii m by far tin- jMVr
of nil motion pli'tun- mUitm.
TIiIm Hiiiii li' prnvi'M IiIh nii,i'iior
luli'iit um 11 poilniyfr of 'hlrk" iuiiIm
In 11 ili'llKhtfnl ci'llulolil vcIhIuii of Hoi
Smith Hukbi'II'm ki aiit Mam llll ' T'i'ari'
fill Valli y." whli-h Im th" nltrir'tlnn at
l hn Piu'ii l tn-ftl : Hit Kil.liiy iiIkIiI.
Kay tnki'M tln ti.ui of I Ii i,iii llowi,
11 Imril worktni; fiiriniT hul of Imiipy
ilNioHltiiin, with 11 mIiIouimI iimtlii't'
nnil llttli' isti'i- to provtili fur.
TIiii photoplay Im IIim with luiiinr
nnil putlion. with a Hpliltof npt!:iitM:u
pii'iloniiniitliiK It Im imc of iIiumc
r, 'im ciii, n holi'Moiiii' rliii'iiia prixluo
IIhiim that nivi'i', fall to li'iiVK nn nuili
i'Ih'd thoroughly irfri'Khi'il.
Anil I Iim in h laltliful itiiK, "W'IiIk
k'r." provi-H mi tirtful k hi-twi'i-n for
thi' iiiarhlnutlotiH ,,f pan t'ii.iil.
Stranger Than Fiction
"KiratiKer Than Fiction" Is truth
Indeed. Katherlne Mncl inald's latest
attraction. 'Hi runner Thau Fiction. "
hhon at thn Klalt Ihi alte yesterday
fur the first time, prices It.
Otiu of the uioht oulstanillni fe:i-
litre of thlMV picture is the wot.det ful ;
nltplnn circus, which Vifivldes the!
"punch' for the climax. The like of
the perilous air stunt accomplished in
"StraitKer Than Fiction" has neveY yet
been duplicated on the screen urd it
probably never w ill be. A leap from a
burnlui; airplane In a pntrirliiitii and a
rescue from an tther plane is a feat
enoiiKli In Itsetf to leave the audience
KnspInK for breath.
Wesley Harry Is amoni; the supirirt
Ini: cast, playinK the part uf a little
Mteet urchin known as "Freckles."
Freckles meets the beautiful piane
I'rrxol. which purl is played by Kath
erlne Maclmnald, being adopted by the
society lady, and taken Into her home,
tho little rellow falls head over heels
In love with her. This leads tn so'lio
clever sreites, whlrh yoiltiK WcmIp.v
handles in his ciiarly funny man-'
ner.
Business Picked Up in
The Last Two Months
l'ASADKXA, Cal.. Feb. 22-I!uslness
conditions throughout tho country
'have shown marked improvement in
the last two months according to Kil
ward X. Hurley of Chicago, formerly
chairman of the I'nlted KtatoK .'dilp
plug hnaril.
"In January and February," said Mr.
Hurley, "business com) it ions have
shown a marked recovery. This recov
ery from tho temporary depression Is
a demonstration of tho basic sound
ness of our business structure. That
very soundness 'forced nn Improve
ment." .
Bakers field Woman
Murders Her Husband
ItAKF.ItSKlKLM. Cal., Kelt. S3. J.
IM Havls, 4ti years old! an oil worker,
was shot nni I fatally woumli'il by JiiH
wile, Mm. Kv, Davis, at the homo of
Kobojt ltavls, n brother, here lust
night. ItavlM died In less .than two
hours after1 being taken to tho county
hospital. Mrs. IV'ivls was arrested by
Sheriff Newell nnd Deputy Sheriff
Davis.
At tho county jail she said she shot
her husband while he was lying In bed
folloWillir 11 Olllirrel nv-el' titi hiiul.imil
getting her a drink,
I .
Cut Thia Out It la Worth Money
Cut out this allp, enclose with 5c and
mail 11 to Foley fc Co., 2S35 Sheffield
Ave., Chlcngo, 111., writing your name
'nnd address clearly. Yoti Mill receive
in return a trial package containing
Foley's Honey nnil Tar Compound for
coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney
Pills-for pains in sides and back;
rheumatism, bncknche, kidney nnd
j bladder iillinents; and Foley Catluirtlc
iTablots, a wholcmmio nnd thoroughly
'cleniiHing cathartic for constipation
bllloiisnosii, heailiichos, nnd sluggish
I bowels." Sold cverywliero. ' 1 Adv.
ii 11 cIiihh liy lti"lf.
vi ar in Nw Ymk
ami for a yi-ur In
m vcr In'foro 'iihI
In tlio rinimiiy l
'anil in Kt il) llii'i
CIiIi'iiku, u rufof'
li'il hy any iluy.
Im MM-n lirrn ail- l ldm- Kviiiik, William
X.. Thorn, I.HCill' Mori Ik, Jonritiln
Morhi', Joki'IiIi M lloli-k, ( Imi li-D
Ciililll U'ilHon. An!i:ir HiitilnK, ICilward
I'awli y, I'uiil Hill" i. ;,nil (Ji nrKC Allan
WIlMon.
Sport Flashes
CIIKMCV. V"h l iii-m-y Noiinul
lnM htato liiihkftlall i haiiiiilonshl hy
li-fi-atlnK KIU'IihIiiiil- t T:.
t)ltTI.AM lt hl.y llarppr. Hmit
t ) lUhtwi'licht. wim, u-n ronnil declM
ion from .loo Wi'l'tnt;, Chlrdno. Mlki
Iii'plnto ami Ail M.ickio iliaw. Kllli
(ionium, Oakland ;ml (iforni' ltiirnH.
I'otllanil, ilraw. Neil Catniilii'll wir.M
four round ili-rlsinn fnuji Timiiny McJ
t'arlhy. Iioth of I'm ikiinl.
SKATTLK-K'-attii' hocki'y ti'alii
li'alM Vaiironvi-i' 7 to 2.
SAI-KM-llaxkcthall: WillulTM'ttr
Ni'Vada
ih'-
3't.
j
Oina-
OMAHA Morris Schlalfrr of
ha wins referee- decision over Fran
kle Mut'iihy of Im-iiht In ten round
bout. ,
(tkl.AIIOMA CITY Warn in Smith
ol Tiilnii and CywUiy I'acUctt of Do
liireM fluht ten roiin In t-j referee's draw
deciMion.
COI.l'.MltrS. X. M Kid Urown of
llm hiia. X. M , kn-M-kn out Spi4'dball
liityden of ColumhiiH In Recond round.
flOSTON Joie Hay of I. A. C wins
ltost'in mile run at American Inion
MameK.
I'ltKSCOTT Seieant Jack Lynch
of Korl It.ir-iii V t not iKiliitit W.illor
ntll. ,., .. , .
(iOI.DKX School of mines basket-
1iall team ouflasses Colorado univer
sity w lnninK 6'' tu 26.
OMAHA Cari Anderson, Casir
out points Frankie Schmalzcr of Mil
waukee in ten rounds.
CI.KVFI.AXl--Johnny Kilhane, fea
IherweiKht chauiplan, announces he is
ready to inert any man at his woliiht
providing pirse is satisfactory. '
Mil. WAIKKK State buxini; com
mission suspends Lew Tenller, Phila
delphia Hchtwi'inht for violation of
contract rules.
NEW YO UK Robert McAllister,
Nw York policeman, breaks world's
indoor running records of 110, 120, 130
and lad yards.
CAXTOX, Ohio Bryan IVnvney of
Cleveland outpoints Frauk Cargone of
1'ittsburc in 12 rounds.
CHICAGO StaniBlaus Zhyszko' de
feats Arnios I-aiiincn after one hour 33
lulMiitcs and 30 M-conds of wrestling in
one fall match.
PHIK.MX Harry Cimey. Seattle and
YounK Mike, Phoenix, fight ten rounds
to draw.
L. George to Meet Poincare
I.OXDOX. Frit. 2.1. t Hy Associated
Press.) Prime Minister Lloyd Ceorge
will meet Premier Poincare of France
either Ht lloulokiie or Calais next week
for their disruilon of questions relat
ing to the (leu a conference and the
proH)sed Angl i-French' pact, it was
announced today.
MOTHER! MOVE
CHILD'S BOWELS WITH
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
llurrv mother! Kven a sick child
loves tho "rutty" tate of "California
Fig Syrup" and it never fails to open
tho bowel. A tenspoonful toduv may
prevent a sick child tomorrow, if eon
ftipated, biliotiK. feverish, . fretful , lias
cold, colic, or il -tb'iiiai'h is sour, tongue
coated, breath mil, remember a good
cleansing of t'n- little bowels is often
all that ia noccsarv.
Ak your druggist for genuine "Cali
fornia Vig Syn'p'' which has directions
for bnbies nn I children of all ages
printed on botil". Mother! You must
say "Cnliforitin" or you may get an iuii
tut ion liy si 1 up.
DRY
WOOD
2.75 to $4.25 Per Tier
In shed ct 111 N. Fir
CUT RATE
WOOD YARD
Phone 551
'loiwmi, Mtiiutlit
't I'm llyl f'"
PARENTS OF FIVE
AO
CHILDREN
HAPPY TOGETHER
t lii:ilAI.IH, Wahli., Ki-ii. 22 A ror
oni'r'H jury Ih iitti'inp! Inic to Molvn th!
uiynti-ry of tlm ili-Hthi of f(v fhllilri'n
III thi; fiimlly of Kiioiii'B of Klalii'r, j
who illirij within a f'w mlniiU'H nfOT.
tlo'lr inothiT Kavi- liii-iii what wa
Miiiiii'd to Im I'pH'Uii I'altn on February
11.
j It has il.'Vi'lopi-d that lilli an
j nnalyhlM of the MaltH left. In the pack
aKe hh'.weil polH'in In Hiuall amount, a
(iiaiitity of the nails taken from the
, top of the pii"kaK- hy Dr. J. M. Hlel .h-
er, wiio wan r ailed to attend the hit-
dren, had a much hinder perrentae
. of fMilKon. Offleem are therefore of
the opinion that tho pomim wan placi d
on the top of the parkaKi! hy H'une per
Hon who planned iminler.
1 PioKTutor Herman Allen Maid offi
cer who havn Invi'HtiKatel ail ani;lc
of the caMe frankly admit they are u;j
iiKaliiht a Htoni! wall.
The firnt wltni.'s w;ih Kd Khode.
father of th five dead children. II"
Hiild ndationH in the family had always
i been "fcood. that he did not have an
enemy in the world no far an he knew.
'ufflfl flutt limn, l.:ul lu.i.. ti ,,niuMn in
tne limise for Ki veral months.
. .Mi'm. UIumIi'M who wax then railed
temlfled that after uIvIdk the children
it dose of KiiltM fhe iiicpaU'd to tak'
B iliie hernelf, whi n the teleplu.ni
jran:. After talkiuic a short time she
turned around and tiaw one of her boys
fall. The other four children liecame
ill immediately and nh:irt!y all of them
died. Khe Maid she had never had poi
min. that the family relations were
-K'i id and that hhe had no t-ueiiiieii.
; Itr. lii orce H. Imw, th. Kh xles fam
ily doctor testilied he had treated Mrs.
Khiitli'M for a year for a nervous di-ordi-r
which Kecmed to ivnter about
! Iht fear of hecuiniiiK the mother of
additional children, but he added that
h? lx'ileve nlie Is now over her ner-.
voiih ailment and ix menially sound.
CORNS
Lift Off with Fingers
Doesn't hurt a bit ! Drop 3 little
"Fr-eon:" on an aching corn, instantly
that corn stops hurting, then short iv
you lift it right off with fingers. Truly"!
"ur druggist sells a tiny bottle of
'Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient to
remove every" hard corn, soft corn, or
corn between the toes, and the calluses,
without soreness or irritation.
Dr. Johnson
Says
That we believe in pnoil
work at a reasonable profit.
In other worils we try ami
see how much 'work We can
give for a dollar spent, in
stead of how little.
Try us ami see.
moan nionev saved.
It may
Dr. O. J. Johnson
Dentist
Phone G69 223 E. Main St.
INCOME TAX
COME IX NOW Is the appeal we
make to our clients. You will
thus avoid the rush o! the final
days of the period when our time
Is taken up day and night to
GET ItETTUNS IN ON TIME.
Our Kffit lent Service
saves money for others and it will
do so for you.
WILSON AUDITING CO.
I.ilierty llullillnil.
Meilforil
30x3
NON-SKID TIRES
$9.95
Busy Corner
Motor Co.
.' ; Main at Kiverslde ":
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For deep frying and
sautein, Mazola is
unequa';ed . There is
no waste. Use it e ver
and ov;;ragnin. Car
ries no favors, even
of fish and onions,
from one food to another.
Used cud recommended by
Publ tc School Domcst lc
Sc lence Tcachc rc
r.rr.utifuiry
riVCL illn trace J
Cor I'r HJuctCok IVx-k
ti riiici, Wftc Crn
Products Ui.fi nine Co.
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You can depend upon Seeds you buy from us. They are pure.'
strorg and true to name. B:y Your Seeds at Home.
FROM . .
Monarch Seed & Fjeed Co.
317 E. MAIN ' PHONE 260 1
"The Farmer's Service Station"
'oil
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
THE FORD SEDAN
An lili'ul car for tho family lo us tlii year
round. Warm anil cozy in colli, rainy winter
weather anil tool anil oen in suiinri'r time. It's
simplicity ami ohm- of oMration enaMes any ntcm
Iter of the faini y to ilrive it. Its stiii'ily, durable
ruiiHtriHtion itiutvs Ioiik life of serii'o; its econ
omy of operation ami low first cost enables any
family lo enjoy one.
l'iione 1 II, our ih iiHMitratcr is at your service.
Prove, to youiM'M', the superior qualities that rcc
cmincntl tlte I on I S iln 11 lo you.
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Por. jrh nt
CHANGE IN SCHEDULE
EFKKCTIVE FEB, 1. 1022
MEDFORD ROSEBURG STAGES
Daily Except Sunday
LV. MEIFOIU 10 A. M. LV. ROSEBUltQ 1.00 I. M.
C.RAXTS PASS-MEDFOItn STAGES
Daily and Sunday
Leave Slodfoi-d lave Grants Poim-
10.00 A, M.
1.00 P. M.
4.80 P. l.
Karen: Medford-Grants Pass. 1.15; Grants PnsH-Rosehnra. 1.KM
Mi'ilfoi'il-liosehiir) 91.15.
WITH MEDFORD TRADE1 IS MEDFORD KADE.
SaiadQ
A-
SA fSi
t; y.r-ym
(for
mm
I 111'
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GATES AUTO CO .
Pnrtflr Hti'hwT
10.00 A. M.
1.00 P. M.
4.45 P. M.