Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, April 27, 1922, Page 5, Image 5

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    MEDFOTtD MATT; TRTBUNR HfEDFOBTX OHFJOX TTTUHSDAY, 'APTUL 27. 1022
FIVE
NIANK DEPOSITORS gajjg m mm
DON'T UNDERSTAND m&zzM COUNTY FAIR TO
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
inumcnM i iDcmv n!. nnrm ormrynrn
juniiouii udlia Voru 4. urn i ocr l dlk
eniiitlileriililn ioiiiiih'IiI pro it it l con,
haw written In .tin li hoii v 1 1 In ilitrtliK III"
priHii'iil trrm of court over lint i IkIiIh,
pi 'IvIIokvn, mill Iiot'iloiu Kiunttnt In
W. II. Johnnon, fur iii or (imlilcr tf the
IIiiiiU i f lui kxiiiivllln, now iiNtfiiKlhly
hitvIiik a ten yeur M'iiIcimo In thn
Hi II In U Ihllll Ul Hllll'lll, 11 poll n l!l'U
of KUlllY, to iipproxlinutnly lit) liullct-
lltl'lltlt liruUKllt HKlllllHt llllll. u u l II-I
Hull uf tli failure of thn tmnk John-'
mm wuh atiliunniiui'tl un it wUiu-hn ImI
thn ruiin of IiIh ImlMirttther, (. ),
lllnca. unci wu HiipiiiiHi.il in liti In
chum" of H pl'lmill kuiihI. I In left
lltla iiKiinini; mi Hi" Hliiinlii Limited!
fur Kuleltt. j
Jnhimtin muuied at will limit ml the.
murthouan niiil nun tlioiiKii yard, tin
nlli'iided it it . I uni"nt rlcli-cl, lln wu nr
fru uk itny oilirr rlilxen, having html,
nena hefni the cotir(. Htimn of thn
ilipimliiir In llin defunct lunik wern
iiiiIiuiiiiIimI ut thin, mill exprivmi'd
llieinwdvea vlK'irtiiin!)',
AiTin.lltiR (( I It. i report Jnlmaon In
fin ploved nt I tin Mule pilmiii on un
nttHlalunt niiprrliiliMHlrnl ut thn flm
mill lit llin inlmiii, under llin direction
if a flu fpifi from l.o'Klinn, and
hla ilulli'n rcnulii of keeping Hi ii limit
rncordu of hla follow prlnunera, the
hooka, nml r.i'in'iul iivenmer of tlm
worker. Arrnrdlnn to Kherirf Ter
rill, JnliitMim liu lh" u.ie of an niilo,
Mini In nllow-ed to itrlvn unattended
nraund I ho mri'UlH of the iopll'I. Willi
t vutil vlalt lo Itln family. Accord
'iik to report thn former cashier In
nut aubjnct to initio rnnrti'lion at
tlm pennl ItKtll'llloit
UurliiR lita niny In .larkionvllln,
Jiiliiimm v lt(til with relntlvn.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
National
llimlnii I; llrnoklyn in,
I'lilluilelphlu 6; New York 4.
t'lilciiKo 4: I'liiiilnirit :i no innliiKHi.
CliH'Imiiul 3; HI. LoiiIm o.
American
Clevelund 3; Chlmo 7,
Hi, I.ihiIh 0; I let roll 2,
New York 2; I'lillitili'lpliiii 4,
WiinIhiikIoii I!., It'iKUHi U,
Coast
I.on AnuHt'N 2; HuTiiiiii nto 0.
I'ortlutnl J; Vninon 6,
Seattle 4. On li In ml 3.
Hitlt Lulu- Hi; Hun r'niru Imco S,
I'AKIrf Ji-k I oin iy r'-rclvod on
flfii-r from u Kimip of pirmiliii'tu Vaih
Hull MHU( fitu n out' t'rn to ln"i t
'ii'nrKfii Ciirii'iili-r, tlm Kn-nrh cluini
lln, In limtun niimn iim t tilit atini
nifr. provlili'il CuriH'iitrnr dfil Tim
i. ht" I.pwIh May II.
CI.AItKSIMI.K. MIhh -Flunk Tr li
Viincouvir, WiimIi., ritrilnl olf hmh
lionoiM ut Cotton Ililt rliiitiilotiHhl
Nhoot by t it i it 1 it k In a m-orn umlT
fnvotiililit wciitlur ronilltlonn of "70
out of ii :riNNllilfl K0( art!it f'ir lit"
("iillrn nhoot, -
e oeueve
VANCOI'VKtl. II. (',. April 27, -Tom
KlttK, Viinoniiviir uililtlliiwi-lrlit. i-kIiiIi-IIhIii'iI
a rtitlin In Dm iiilil'llrwiOulil
I'm Iflr couHt tltlo Ikti In xt nUht ttlo-n
ln m nlvi n tlic iloi'laion ovr f) nln
McKay of I'ocitifllo, lilnlio, In n ten
round main ovi-nt.
No-Ejj; Majroon&tse
Dreti'og
bnrr ftmnd thil method
of making mayontrhitt both
roarrmVaf and ceoHffbnial :
lp. anil, 2 ihfp. Carnilion
Mild, cup oil, 1 lap. pptlV,
I llip. lemon Julca or vlntnai.
Pot aalt and papilUi in a
btiw!; aU4 Cmaitun Milk and
mm thoroughly; add oil low.
ly, (lining (onatantly. Theit
add U Itmon Julca or vint
Cr. Thia rcla makra cup
aalad draaatng.
II ti tiavttt'l aur
lllmlrataal ImIiM !
too ll4 reoaM,
rll tmr mpf !
Crlla Milk I'toa
Hta to., avj turd
tllil, rvrlUaa, Ora.
I
NKW YOItK. A pi II :;.--1i. Olunla
ami Yunkora wnr lalli"i fuiixirarlly
truliTiluy In tlm ilitah MM)nnl wurd by
Imtli l'lil!uilrliil ti-uma, t Qtuikira
turning thn taMia arti-r a of
1'inplinllr irnuni liiKn.
C'onnln Mnrk'a Alliti'tlia hrok th
YiinUa' Htrcak of a-vrn tilraU'lil. pull
ln tlm minio out if tho fir In thr
ninth whin Hum Joma au'-aiifiilly
r x kxli-d Ullr lln I'ltllllci wra out'
aluCKinx th wrld'a cluiinpi n. 0 to
4. In u gaiiift foittiire l liy four 'Ircult
urlvra.
Th Clunt acthark cava the Tuna an
opportunity lo rrowd In a th
loUKlin niii1iTlili. Ali'tuniliT itnrnlnK
a l-n InnliiK ilf-lnl in over lliibn Atlanta
nf thn I'lratea In a liatlli of vrlhran
liurllnic miiatiTH. Knnth Wllllaoia'
honm run atrfuk In wltlrh h rolliT'.t
U In four ilaa. wna atnppnil wht-f
llahn Coin twirled Ty Cohli'a Tlsnra to
a almtotit vli-t iry ovit tho llrowna. A
t'li-vt-land ata met dufiat at thn lunula
of Cm White S. Itm Yankrna retain
ml thnlr nmiT'ln ovrr thnlr ni-areat
rlvitla.
Kour lU-il Sot pllrlti-ra wnm piim
mnltml by Wnnlilnnlnn f r 19 lilta nml
jli rtina, giving the Si-nntora. who nv
puifiilly aro rotindliiR Into form, a
rli'itn awrep of Hip aerloa.
Two Ilroiklyn rncrulia. rilrhor
Vanrn and Cufher HuiiKllnK. wore
jniulnly ri'HMDalhtn fur the ten to onn
ilnmilr admlnlHti-rod t't limit' n,
IttinitllitK l.noiklnx In al( rttna and
aii-rlnit two liliuai-lf with a alitRlo.
douliln and triple.
Kppii Hlxey, Clnrlnnatl'i elonmtted
aotithpuw, pltrhed thn Heda to their
aeronil victory of the aoiiHon. a three
tn notiilnK almtotit over the St. IiuIh
iCardlnala.
. Tetilullvn pliniM for llin pi-nuiitieiit
lltllllllllKH to III' I'M', (I'll (III till' fulr
KiounilM wit aliown lln Ntm-k-hnldi'lN
of I In' full' iikmix lul Inn III
llnlr un nun I iiiii'iloK nml um fur un
I In ni' plutiH ui'iii oinlliii'il lln'y wile
inninliliiiiihly endoi 'il.
Aunlliil li-lioi'tH ut 111" iiri'hldi'iil,
II. I.. WiiHIht. 'I'li'iiHuri'i' W. II. liorn
niiil tin' ii 1 1 1 1 1 u Bciri'ini y, II. o. lln
bmlt, ni'ii' HUlniiii Ii'd, and tlwan
aliiiucd n rniinMimlilK m livily on llin
purl of tin' illii'i I'ik in ptftliiilnnry
work for n iiiriunni'iit f.ili'.
A kmc fur lln- Ki'iunilN friini tha
illv mid lli' niuiily ii ul Inn II l''n wuh
niilnvii ulnl art-orillnK lo lln pro
VIkIiiiin Hie illy iininlriali'd m ill
rci lnm. I h iininly In In tiiirne nix (11
ri'rtnrH nml tin f.tlr nHMHintion nnot
limli'il rli'Vrn.
'I'lte iiiivi'toia elni-tod to repreaeiit
lite illy me K. C. HitildlM, J. W.
Ii'li'r, John II. t'nrkln. !. I. Ilrnwn
V. II. Uoie nml II I,. Wltllher.
The mork Impli i n i le, li r I'. K.
Unti'H. H. Kuinpti-r Hinllll. J. C. t'l'it
illili, n. II. V. IliiiKhniii, It. M. I -own,
leu. Alfiud. '. C. I'uie, M. J, NnrrlM,
K. I". Hamilton, l'loyd ChniW-y und
K. K. Ilrriion.
The iTiunty nul hoi IHkii Iwive not
unit In llo-lr iioinltiiillniiii, toil lmni'
illnlily iiti"ii ri'iilpl of un in i'. the ill
reiliita will iniift ii ml elm I f f I r .
The f ul r ilnl" xi'li-i li'd fur tliln
yi-iir urn Ki'pti'iulx'r II, 13, 14, 1 nml
K.. The fir-t di.y will he klinwn ua
I'htry ilittf,
rltiHkmi'O, n h well n all cltii'.ena
n( Jink'nn rnunly ure nnkiMl to pie
pnie i khlliltH fur tltla full- which It la
eiei'd will lie one of the lrft ever
held In the unite of Oreaon. otitalde
i,f the Mute fulr. The liul'.dlnc eiulp
mini will lie of the Very flnrat to
tnnke l( m h.
1 hn Cnllfornla atntn fulr at Hnrrn
inento will he held Kepi. 2 to 10, thn
Southern On i n Ktponltlnn und Juck-
a n County Pair, Sept. 12 to 1, Joan
jphlne County Kulr Hept. 19 to 22, Ijinn
'Ci tiniy I'alr at KtiKntie. Bept. 19 to 22.
a. ,m . , i
warn. eiiiCieiis m
ROlEWEistfee
oricantmadefc
the modem automobile endue.
If it were possible to make a
bete oiltliaiiZEEOLENE
mis company would ua
and tho Oregon State
Sept, 25 to 29.
Fair, fiuleni.
BOOZE
LI
PAY THEIR FINES
John Cornm and llawley llopwood
who were arrented liy N'lalit l'o!penien
Ovn and I -4-KRltl Sunday miming
apd who wnro mnWctml before Justice
Taylor of having had liquor In their
n,H' nnon were flm'il $"0 each. Corum
jmld lila flno Tin lay hut llopwood
otnoted to remain In tho county Jail
whern the men were conllned the flrat
nlKht.
Thn rttJtu, however, waa a city enso
and Chief of Pollen Timothy ordered
him confined In thn city jull. He had
not apent many hours In the 1 ion I
hnoaeKow until IiIh fine nlaa waa in
thn lmuda of Jumice Taylor.
LegaJ Ouaranteo Given
Nm iwJ f Knitm -no puln-rntitintie wutk.
Ak lu t (Or-.mn file irmluH-at.
HKATM'S l)ltl l KTOHK
The Pregidcnt of ihc Standard Oil Company (California),
author of the statenient quoted above, is right in believing
that Zerolene is the best motor oil made. The lubrication
engineers of this companyhave)roveditrepeatcdly,by means'
of thousands of dynamometer and road tests of Zerolene
end competing oils.
The reasons for Zcrolene's superiority are: First, that the
Standard Oil Company (California) possesses resources of(
crude oil and of manufacturing equipment and personnel
that are unsurpassed in the entire petroleum industry. Sec
ond, that the engineers and chemists of this company have,
from the beginning, been given carte blanche to make full
use of these exceptional resources, and to spend all the'
time and money needed to develop a lubricant ideally suited
to the needs of the modern internal combustion engine.
At the President's- request, we are undertaking to tell the
motorists of the Pacific Coast the story of Zerolene. We
shall do this by means of a series of signed statements in
the public press. These statements will 6et forth in plain lan-'
guage the requirements of an efficient motor lubricant, and'
the detailed reasons why Zerolene meets these rexruire
ments perfectly.
I ,rL-. 4lnLH I STANDARD OH. COMPANY
- jf-'V TCT-rn...j -I'lT'-yr-r I
SPRING HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND GARDEN TOOLS !
EVERY ONE OF OUR DEPARTMENTS OFFERS EXCEPTIONAL VALUES FOR SPRING
GARDEN AND LAWN
UTENSILS
T M .1 . .I...1.I.. 1 ... ! . . . TO...
vc--V2Ut i'livui -uowcr.s in lciiiarivainv uv iu mtn. i iw
xiji Kiims i liar mane mowing u pit'asure.
'
a 'rf ii i
Lawn and Garden Tools
(lardrn Cultivators, (Irass Shears, Svthos, Kukcs,
Trowels, Hoch, Shovels, Spades, Spading Forks.
GARDEN HOSE
Moulded, non-kinkable Hose;
per' foot 141-LV
4 prntKS
III ' ii'pi l
-test M rrtt:
BEDS .SPRINGS AND
MATTRESSES
2-inch Post Pod, Steel Springs, Silk Floss Mattress.
Complete : ; StfO.OO
nR,iv.-'l ti
PttMl
OVERSTUFFED ROCKERS
Genuine Leather $19.50
Imitation Leather $14.75
Other Values in Parlor Furniture
PERIOD STYLE DINING
ROOM CHAIRS AT BARGAINS -l
Full P.ox Seated Diners ...'....$3.50
Quartered Oak, Genuine Leather Scats......$4.00
Period Diners, Walnut, Blue Leather Scats $5.25
Cane Backs, Blue Leather Seats, Walnut or :..
Mahoganv ...$7.50
CAMPING AND TOURING SUPPLIES
Camping Outfits, Stoves, Utensils, Tents, Auto Tents Camp
Chairs and Beds, Auto Beds, Auto Truuks, Outing Grips and
Suit, discs, used Bil'les. ' v
We have received a new complete
line of ,
REFRIGERATORS
at, price. considerably lower than
last year.
'
Aluminum Cooking Utensils
Cups 1(V, Tic Tins loo, Stew Kcttlos 4.")e, Roasters 95e,
llmible Boilers $1.13, Dishpans $1.95, Teakettlem $1.95,
rcrcolators $1.23.
Don't
Forget Our Exchange
Department
MORDOFF WOOLF
217 W. Main St.
Complete House Furnishers
Phone 9
Linoleum Bargains
fi ft. widths, si. yd 98c
V2 ft. widths, si. yd. $1.12
Gnmito Inlaid, 6 i't. widths,
sii. 'yd v. .$1.10
Straight Line Inlaid, C ft.
width, per sq. yd. $1..13
LlNOLEUMl