Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, April 11, 1928, Page 10, Image 10

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MEPFoTtT) M"ATL TTTTBTTVT, W.TrOTTO, OPJT.OS. WKIiXESDAY, 'APML 11. 1023.
doe to rlonJ to KMEO Signal night chief iHralor for the W'"1"
... t i- r f riKn here.
A Raw, Sore Throat
iirnin uiua.e " a m-iij '-" . " t., thp an-
J2
Real Quality Malt Syrup
CHAMBER CHIEF ATi FATHERLAND AND KMEO ELIMINATES
DIRECTORS' MEETj TELLS CONDITIONS GENERATOR HUM
know KMED s distance recei ana "n" pnt Mustero'e is a dean, white ointment
was made with oil of mustard. Bringsquick
"IJoes the reliel irom sore w
'HiltlS, CTOUp, SlUI licv. oauuiw, lieu.
IHIU Will e A '-e-,1 (jut rilff .mirim. ....
Hut Mr Prtn avs- -Thl i the MiP. The openini: number
I
oeual result, where stations have
installed this ground, and many
have done so. $n every taw im
provements has been wonderfully
"Down in Jun-'le Town."
spearmint lie '""" " 'headache, conewtion. pkurisv.
bed post over nmm aI,,,.. lumbaOT. pains and ache.
The Bcst
1 (leneral venditioni) in Germany, KMKD, the .Mail Tribune-Virgin exceptional."
sr.- mi u orient as in radio station, wixhes to thank C. H.
!w,n paiiu i. " Preston, the radio engineer and in- by Mr. Preston on radio reception
. nam ,mhhh, wim. 1.7. h 1 ,.nt, .i, e.r.!.nn. ir. well reeieve.1 hv KIf-.IJ fans.
1J"II Willi I''l.ril.CS
. ' at lahr, Ormany. He orin'.'s i.siCK
reports that farmer ire be-'.-mln;;
Preston, the radio engineer and in
, ventor of the Preston permanent
, radio ground, for transmitters and Hla talks were on radio,' lretjuen
- receivers. The large, massive cies, audio, frequency, dections, am
ground was installed on our trans- piiflcation, modulation, cycles, elec-
Seattle on Kf'OA.
NEW YultK. April 11. (P
The Democratic party will have;
From coast to coast
because of what goes
into it and the care
with which it is made.
Plain and hop flavored.
Strictly union made.
Increase food value
with malt syrup.
ANHEUSER-BUSCH, St. Loui.
SOLD BY GROCERS AND DEALERS EVERYWHERE
VALLEY CANDY COMPANY
Distributor! Medford
H. C. ENDERS
Distributor! Ashlnd
j WAS!
The annual elation of dire'tors
.for the lor;j charober ot ".m
rnerre, whi.h ha o'Cupied the
1 ult.-riiO.r. i.t the l;irio t.odv iti
member for the uaxt two week., j c"n."v. U',m
terminated lat MKht wllh John
(.'. iann, a paat uirecror, in i.'e, . . . . "o uimuiieu 011 our trans- . piuitauuu, uioumanon. y i". e(Cv-, nucleus
' .rrirtent' chair for the folowiii- , , I" , , nutter at 4 p. m. yesterday. Radio troiysls.Nnorthern listiis. powerless -".. ... -.
Uear. f.r. f-mnion w... eleetcl """" ,hat h;"" '""n im"au"1 u"on fans locally, and from different noise and electro-marnvrlc wares. of lis 192S presidential .ampalitn
jflct !,,. Kt.ldtnt; Howard!'""" h tb Kovemment to meet pitiI, Kent the telephone operators : Preston's exirtMlW in lines of ! fund. Ckm I. Shaver. Democrat c
ft heffel, con.l vie, president:' reparation payments ana to f"v busy commenting on the wonderful communication embrace- lb years national chairman, declared. n-
John Orth, treasurer, and Ted hlKh "'' "rKj gov-; improvement this ground made to comprising railroad, commercial said the Jackson day dinner In
. linker was re-elected to the off!. , ""',a'"- our station. Selectivity was in- and wireless tele.;raphfne;. At one , Washington netted subscriptions
of secretarr. I whl" h '"Li?' n.e.t enzea "r cent- loci fan re- tihe Mr. Preston was telegraph op--f at least $15. and that the
i J. V. I:u.,ell. who held the1""""1 meei,ng was held P'"''1 , porting that they were now able to erator in Medford on tthe South- party would enter the campaign
'office of president last term, was'"1" xc""'v' ? t''", 1 , tune ia KATB an1 ,her Oakland ern Pacific, working here in the in better financial shape than m
. ...... . .- nereiniorp not receivable, naisenee. station He alo was many years.
took part. Hmaller protest meet- - ! - -
Inir have also been held and Mr.
I'.ohnert fears that if the taxation
problem is not furnished with
?A JT' VnTr. 'for the back or ioints. sprains, sore
The technical lectures delivered 1' Vjm ,ISZ W on the chest.
To Malhmt MusteroU U also
made in milder form for
babies and small children.
Aik for Children's Miuterole.
Jus & Tubes
Bttttt than a auutmtd pouter
1
f 1 r m
viven a unanimous. votf iff thank)
. t,y lh ho.trfl for hi mtvN- diir-
IriK 'he yar Hnl th Kplnflld
t jroKrrn at civic accouilii"hrn-nt
'-arri-d out ly him and hi l.oar.1.
j Th rfv"lopment of local in
Jdutry. the improvntnt of ak'rl
1 cultural conditlonti, the aMitlon
j of civic awtetii and ih? crowih
and Incrcaw In population dur-
tn thft year, wux rvewd dtirin
j lam nlKht'M rne'-tlnjc an achlcve-
mnin either directly or Indirectly
due to the effort of the chamber
j f commerce hoard of director
and niemlicm.
The publicity committee of the
liromley,' Walter lverette. Karl nlBhborlfiK
fiaddiM and Ifc-rh drey, waa com-
mended for the trcrnendou nhare
of work they accomplished during;
the year In ad vcrtiHln the val- i
ley. Arnonir other outstanding
remedy, seriou trouble between
the peaHantry and the government
in apt to result.
WageM, aH a rule, , are low in
Germany, a printer receiving 42
markM per week, corresponding to
l.ni. than 12 do I arte ner week in
I'nited Htate exchange. Work 1'Q
generally carce, a no 10 am inn ,,
yituatlnn. the government nan been
j IMilldiriK I'"""" iii.'iiiiiik
! A-rn ' nu ichn h'lVu llffrt U frtvlfll' . I
for more than ten yearn from the
count riea. Including
IJelgium, France, Poland and rtun-
fiia.
The government finances the
construction of the dwelling! and;
It lit tip to the tenant to pay the!
1 (.. In.ill.n.niu A am a rule
publlelty features of the year ' lnmc.ntl) nr,l rarey paid,':
- The Hecrealion oule
Around & Across
JK - riaPanamaCanal
&nat?rCcl andllaana
1 fflppy days aboard .hip. lint tun ting tropical nighu. Smooth
.. Sunny akics. Marvelnua fanlma Cam). Quaint old
Panama with tcenie nana. I lavana, playKfound of the Carib
bean, diiuncily foreign. New Yofk with it multitude of
attraction. Then a choice of routes teturninji aero the
Continent by rail with leiiure itoj a at ptnnu of interest. Or
go Hast by train and return by steamer.
Three large fast steamer the new (laUforma, and the com
fortable awl homelike Mawhuria and Mon?ottt, sailing terni
monthl carrying l int Cabin and Tourist paisengeri.
For Jr tails and illuitraleJ hlrrature apply
PANAMA PACIFIC LINE
IHIftWATIOHAJ. MftV. AHTIIff MAfft f.OM CANY
1335 Tourth Avenur, Seattle
ill you local Hrirfit.ni rr ttilwty ifrnl
the Jubilee of VM'm Itealized,
whl h brought thousand of pc-o-pie
into the valley and centered
, ... ' . ,'cyck-x and motorcycle are plenti
es in OrcKon, WaMhlnglon and ; ' lu,., n n ,h r-.
because of the Inck of money. I
Automobile are ncarce In Cier-!
many, nafd Mr. liohnert, but bl-
falifornia on local actlvltieji; the
.lu Mice and New Year editions of
ful, wlth'practlcally
lory worken rbling either blcyclea
nr motorcycles in and from work.
mi ill puiM in, Willi (1 r'U'-0''U IH-iiifit , ..... iln- tl.-.t t,n In nur
throughout tho I nlled Ktate, nn.l j ,n ()(. fjhr Rr ,ma ,,
told of the IndiiHtrlefi and beau- , , .,.(,h ti.c i.u.n .r n,i.
jtlen of f4outherr. Oregon: and theliw, ,1M,.rV:ili,in ln mln(L Kom(.
i xplendld radio programn given' ... ,. ii,,.J
both over K.MKU, the .Mall Trl-
1 bune- Virgin Htatlon and KOI I
which Mtatlon exchange publicity
; program, with KMM "t 1 hroU(;ht i,iirk liohnert. who
iliunmi IC Iirill in IJiMII mmn
J of the country.
I That tblM wa the firm fiHcal
i have only three wheel and thee
" ! rnodelK are walfl to be speedier than
i the ordinary American Htock car.
Among the interesting reports
i year endlrig with a balance In the
1 bank wan another fact brought
i out by last night's meeting. The
chamber of commerce treasury
j bf'-ists the possession nf 'r' with
i which to begin the activities of
j the new year.
QNEUMONIA
Call a physician. Tl
I
m 1
I c
physicUn. Tho bein
'emergency" treatment with
rfSA PO RUB
Ovt 21 MitHon Jarm Uid Yearly
ARGAINS
A partial list of Bargains to be found at our store. We are
offering you the newest and 1 atest at great saving to you.
GLASSWARE
A new line of green and rose pink stem ware. Goblets, Oyster Cock
tails, Sherbets, Sundaes and Flates. For one week you can buy these
in any quantity at the SPECIAL PRICE of
$2.98 per dozen Pieces
FREE
With each pint of Lowe Bros.' Quick Drying Enamel we will give
you a one inch dandy brush and with each quart we will give you a
one and one-half inch brush.
1 Pint Enamel $1.00
1 1 inch brush 20
$1.20 at $1.00
Quart Enamel $1.70
1 2 inch brush 30
MimUm&KM;LZ. Ajti a.
A Prnctlonl tool not to b confute!
wun c neap i y-nmit r l K M iA,
) oiTHet to protect ttmxkUtf.
Iiurp longer, (cuta cUan. ,
III liillo
MU)'a
J'rire cncli 75
SELF-WRINGING
MoT
Priro $1.00
$2.00 at $1.70
Sniiii'tliin new. Min
ute Miiiil Ki; IVntcr.
I !t'n I s fust, ensy to
clcnn, lays I'liil (Hi slicir.
l'ricc $1.00
ILL-l U J II w 9m
lintf
t uncut six weeks In Iihr, is the
fact that church bells are Jum'be
ing put back Into the sieeptes after
an absence of over 1 'I years, the
old ones having been utilized to
supply metal for the manufacture
of cannons duiln the World war.
The bells are of the chiming va
riety and average three in a group.
Mr. liohnert also visited the Saar
mining region, now occupied by
('ranee for a period of 15 years,
at the end of which a plebiscite
Is to be held to determine whether
f,r not the population of the dia
trlct wishes to be ceiled to France.
However, the Inhabitants are offer
ing a passive resistance to French
soldiers, who include a large num
ber of negroes, nnd it is not un
common that strife occurs between
the soldiers and civilians. The ex-1
penses of the 60,000 soldiers must
be paid by Germany. i
Despite the seemingly hard times
the farmers as well as city folks
have plenty to eat. None try to
save money, Inasmuch as they fig-
ure that if money Is saved it would
have to b turned over to the gov
ernment, and so they are enjoying'
life while they may. Meat, prin
cipally beef. Is Imported from lirn
zll cheaper than It can be raised j
In t.ermany. and sells for 80 pfen
nig per pound, eipial to 20 cents
here. j
Ileer. wines and stronger drinks'
are still being sold, and during hlsj
stay In (lermany Mr. liohnert saw
but very little Intoxication. Ho j
said that he could not remember :
of one case. The popular Sunday
pastime, which -has been In vogue
for years and years. Is still popu
lar, Sunday crowds at beer gr-!
dens at tenting the fact that the 1
(li'fiiinriH mill love their beer and
pretzels.
While en route home Mr. liohn
ert met several A merlcan citizens
ten route In America, after having;
gone bankrupt in (iermany, f or j
which country they left the I'nited;
States during the highly inflated
periods that followed the signing (
f the armistice. One num. nn
elderly, whlto-halrcd gentleman, I
left the I'nited States to purchase
a farm in the old country, audi
placed his remaining cash In a !
bnnk. The bank, like hundreds ofi
other banks throughout the na-j
tlon. was cloned and the cash was
gone. The old man's vltinns of,
I'lving In the land of his fathers
were blasted.
In conclusion. Mr. liohnert do--dared
that while Kuropr h all
right for a pleasure trip, there Is i
no country in as good n ctmdltion
us southern Oregon. He owm and
operates n large farm near Central
I'oint nnd Is one of the valley's
mom successful farmers. Perhaps
the thing that Imprt ,.Hsed him most ;
I n con neel hui w It h t he t riu u
IOE
30EZ30E
301
0E10E
D
Regular $1.75
Special $1.29
Cannon Ball Coaster Wagon Disc wheels, rubber tires. Price $0.50
O
Medford Furniture & Hardware Co.
A RELIABLE PLACE TO TRADE
In the Center of Medford
Corner Sixth and Bartlolt
Phono 35-J
o
depot,
bin rei'i'pllnn i, t the Uihr
where HehonlmnleN. , who K yearn
before had lulled him w ell oil Ilia
trip to Amerini. were prexenl to
weleome him bnek. wllh the ex
ception of n few who hull moved
nwiiy mill olbeiM who ,,,, p!lsri
'ivv In Hie toll Inken by the paw.,
inn yeni-H.
VeiJc A'eu; Star
at Rtalto Theatre
A new nereen luminary f lathe'
neros the prl'een nt the Itlallo
theater in the pelKim of ttinnid
Veldt, slur of "A Man's I'a.t."
In ravine thnt Veldt l n new
him nn Injii.tlee n. he ha. lone
been n fnvorlte on the continent,
where he I known us the -:ur,-penn
llHrryiniire." but with t1IV
exception '0 mil! or two (lerman
ninde plclltren released In this
country, ho In iiiictlenlly unknown.
Veldt Is un excellent nrtor nn I
provided wllh an excellent utorv
for his lull ltd bow to American-1
nude PhotoplAys,
CALPET
GAS
LEMOSS
"THE TIRE MAN"
VENTURA
OIL
Ten
M
2
ore
OF OUR
FOR 1
TIRE'
SAj
Hffauso wo have been unable to awoinnio
all of tlio people who are anxious
advantage of our introductory 2-fo
Offer, we are continuing
this sale for
10 More Days
BUY A PKDEliAL
"BLUK P h) X X A XT"
cord tire and tube at our
special price and get an
other tire and tube for
B
ig Days
oo
Tire
' i! " ! ! i ! I ! i! fi! !(H' ' " 1 'aV5 4 1 I
Don't Miss This Sale of Federal Blue Pennants
LeMOSS SERVICE STATION
Riverside and Jackson
GOODYEARS
Goodyear
"All-Weather
:!0x4.:0
tire and tube
$12.50
Goodyear
A 11-Weather
:'.:ix-
$15.95
Goodyear
A 11-Weather
:u.4
$11.30
'WE SELL EVERYTHING FOR LESS"
Every
Tire
Guaranteed
Direct
From
the
Factory v
FIRESTONE
1
DEFENDER
CARDS AND BALLOONS
Federal Defender ,Deftender
o,, , i .iOx.i' j (unlit over-
P.i)x.)iL. regular cord siz(1 ,.onls
$165 $6.75
Federal Defender Federal Defender
L'x4.40 Balloons :Ul.") Cml
specially ricod at reduced to
$5.95 $li.S0
Defender T.2X4 Defender
:u.4 Defender :x4
$9.05 $9.55 $10.05
"' 1
Firestone
Balloon
29x4.95 '
$14.30
Firestone
Balloon
30x4.75
$13.20
Firestone
Balloon
28x4.75
$11.95
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