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    MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1931.
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Read every ad on
this poge . . . you
will probably lllid
exactly tne thing
you tvunt to buy
or sell . It It
ln-t there, adver
tise .. . It's Inex
pensive, effective'
RATES
Per word first inflection-....-
(Minimum 36c)
riXch additional insertion.
per word
(Minimum 10c)
Per line per month, without
copy changes ..., 1.28
Phone 75
FOR WANT ADS
"lost and found
LOST Spare Truck Tire and rim be
tween Medford and Lake Creek. Re
ward for return. Monarch Seed Co.
TlOST H dog missing, call 1516.
WANTED FEMALE HELP
WILL teach one student X-ray. labo
ratory and offlcj work. Box 11786.
Tribune.
WANTED Competent girl for gen
eral housework Box 2238. Tribune
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED Plain sewing and re-mod-ellng.
Plone 473-X.
WANTED Wool and mohair. See J.
J. Ossenbrugge for top prlcea.
WANTED To buy well-made trailer
and light boat suitable for use with
outboard motor. W. E. Thomas, 45
S. Central.
FURNITURE re-upholstered, re-glued,
re-flnlshed. Thlbault, Phone BU9-R.
WANTED To buy or lease a Ham
burger shop. E. Edsall. Ashland.
Ore.
WANTED Good outboard motor, 4 to
10 horsepower. CalJ 38 N. Riverside.
WANTED Young Jersey cow for fur
f nlture or machinery. Tel. 565-L-3.
WANTED Electric repairing. Day
and night. Tel. 107-J. Flynn Elec
tric Service.
WANTED Cars to wreck. Hlway Ex
change, South Phoenix.
CASH for your old oara. City Auto
Wreckers. 134 No Riverside.
WANT TO BUY 1929 Ford. Must be
cheap. 333 W. 2nd.
WILL care for elderly sick people In
my home. Phone 437-X.
WANTED Household goods, stoves,
toola or what have you. Medford
Bargain House. 27 N Grape St. Tel
1082.
JUNK WANTED
We pay cash for JUNK BATTERIES
AND RADIATORS, ALUMINUM.
BRASS. COPPER and Junk of ail
descriptions.
MEDFORD BARGAIN HOUSE
27 No Grape. Tel. 1082.
WANT TO RENT, with or without
house, 10 to 30 acres orchard and
alfalfa ground. Box 2398. Tribune
WANTED Raw furs, hides, pelta and
wool. Joe Konop. 120 So Central.
Across from Montgomery Ward o
WE PAY CASH For raw furs, hides,
pelta, wool and mohair.
MEDFORD BARGAIN HOUSE
27 N Grape St. Phone 1062
WANTED Five hundred ewes,
dress 2334, care Mall Tribune
Ad-
CASH for dry and green beef hides,
pelta and furs See Edgar Johnson
Peerless Market
FOR RENT HOUSES
J-ROOM house, partly furnished, 13
402 No. Oakdale. brown & White
FOR RENT Furnished house. Bum-
ham Court, and garage, 804 W lotn
60 N PEAQH available alter Mar. 5'h
Call 1st Inn. Acy. 105 alter 3:00 H
H Brown.. 1070.
, 718 Oak St.
k24 W. 13th.'
621 Dakota.
608 8. Ivy.
Cal, 1st Ina. Azey I0J. after 5:10,
H H Brown. 1670
rOR RENT Furnisned house.
Inquire 105 No oakdale.
15
FOR RENT Homes, furnished or
unfurnished. Brown A: White.
FOR REl?rTo33W Uth.
432 No Holly
34 No. Peach.
205 Tripp
mo w eth
Cal First Ins. Apency. 105
Aftet J. H H Brown. 16.0
HOUSES 310. .12 50 and 31S. water
paid; wood ran?e Phone iuo
FOR RENT Furnished ileeplng room
373 So. Central.
FOR RENT fl-room furnished house
228 So Holly Inquire 15 Crete:
Lake
FOR RENT ROOIVj BOARD
FOR heated sleeping rooms call 1399-L
ATTRACTIVE rooms 404 S Grape.
BOARD AND ROOM! 716 E Main
Kate very moderate.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
FOR RENT 3-room neatly fumisrd
apartment on Ivy. See owner. J"i
So Central,
TOR RENT APARTMENTS !
FOR RENT 2 -room turn, apt. Water
and lights, inquire 317 G. Jacluou,
phone 749-Y.
APTS-, 8 mo. 445 So. Front.
FOR RENT Apartment, 525 North
Riverside.
FOR RENT Furnished apartment,)
close in. Frigioaire. garage, steam
heat. Reasonable. Inquire 26 South
Grape.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT 4 -room,
completely furnished, steam-heated
apartment: equipped with Frigid
aire, electric range and washer.
Rent, 37.50 without garage. If you
are looking for the best call at 135
N. Holly and look this over.
FOR RENT 3 -room furnished apt.
Bath, heat, garage. 634 N. Bartlett.
COMFORTABLY furnished apartment.
Living room with fireplace; large
dining room, kitchenette, dressing
room and bathroom; hot and cold
water, steam heat and lights fur
nished. Reasonable rent. Apply at
Mall Tribune.
FOR RENT
MISCELLANEOXJ S
FOR RENT 30 or 40 acres eraln land.
fenced. Mite So. and mile E. Beagle. I
Mrs. A. L. Reed.
FOR RENT Orchard and hay land to
man with equipment. Box 11942,
Tribune.
LAND FOR RENT 10 acres, best soil
in the valley, close In on paved
highway: suitable for corn, truck
garden, etc.; water paid. Phone
726-w or call at 922 Reddy Ave.
FOR EXCHANGE
FOR SALE or TRADE Purebred Jer
sey bull. Young, gentle. Want
Guernsey. Phone C. A. DeVoe.
cheater pump, good condition, for
10 guage pump or ooume oarrei
13 guage. Call evenings. Otto Heck
ert 417 N. Oakdale.
WILL TRADE Model 70 Majestic
electric Radio, cost $150.00, for good
milch cow. Address Geo. A. Taylor,
Hornbrook, California.
FOR TRADE 1928 Studebaker Sedan
for a nice coupe. 618 So. Oakdale.
FOR TRADE Model T truck wood
truck. What have you? Mra. Moore.
1 mile south Talent on highway.
FOR SALE OR TRADE White electric
sewing machine for light sedan
Box 638. Tribune.
FOR EXCHANGE REAL
ESTATE
FOR TRADE 80-A. farm with build
ings, clear, for Medford property,
clear. Box X1606. Tribune.
A GOOD FARM In California to trade
for a good farm In Rogue Valley.
Polk Hull. Hotel Allen. Medford. Ore.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE or TRADE My 4-room
lurnlalied nouae and half acre
property, for home on other aide
of city. Reasonable terms for quick
aale. See Mra. Carter, 10 Bexrydslo
Ave.
BEARING ORCHARD 40 acres, 5
rallea from Medford; good condition;
capacity 15,000 boxes fruit. Total
price 83000. plus taxes; title clear.
EARL TUMY, 310 Liberty Bldg.
FOOR SALE OR LEASE One farm 03
acres and one farm 42 acres, suit
able for dairy farming, rrngatlon
First Insurance Agency, H. H. Brown,
Tel. 105.-
WHEN you think of real estate, think
of Brown li whtie.
LARGE LOT Fruit and nut tree,
excellent soil Sacrifice 1250. Write
Box 56. Mai Tribune.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
LEAVING TOWN at once. Have piano
must sell. Cash talks. See this.
Make offer. Grand Hotel, Medford.
FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES
FOR SALE '29 Ford truck. Finance
Co. says sell. Make your bid. 132
S. Riverside.
1930 FORD Roadster. Inquire 804 W.
10th St., evenings, Saturdays and
Sundays.
GOOD USED CARS
Chryaler and Plymouth Trade-ins.
1930 Bulr-k Sport Coupe.
1932 Ford 2-door selan.
1930 Ford 2-door Sedan.
1933 Plymouth Coupe.
1927 Hudson Coach..
Also a number of older models at
special prlcea.
ARMSTRONG MOTORS, INC.
38 N. Riverside.
FINAL CLOSE-OUT
USED CAR BARGAINS!
THESE cars must be sold at once-
Here's sn opportunity to make some
real buys
BRAND NEW Graham 6 sedan
hadn't run a mile full equipment.
A new car at a used car price I
NASH special 6 sedn In line con
dition low mileage a fine appear
ing and performing family car. 28
model.
CHEVROLET two-door aedla.
1029 mod;) with complete equip
ment and Karry Keen trung good
tires good finish. A fine performer
ACT AT ONCE -THESE THHLE
CLOSE-OUT BARGAINS ARE
WORTH IN"EtTll1ATINai
CRATER LAKE AUTOMOTIVE CO.
103 So. Riverside Phone 203
FOR SALE LIVESTOCK
FOR PALE Heavy im of loccers;
also 4 iigut teams and single horses.
Phone 838-R.
FOR SALE Middle aiwd horse for
ridlnfi or work. Phone 447-L,
AUCTION SALE Horsrs ind mulM.
Oravllna Fed Barn on M street.
pranU Pass. Saturday, March 3rd.
'FOR fiLE 2oo-lb. teim. hamett
I and wscon. HM W. Oadl:s. Colt
man cwfc.
FR SALE T'sin h"-T. ntle. wirK
horses. We, bum IVeeon. 378 "B"
St.. Ashland, Orewon.
FOR SALE Team of muiea. Hear;
Kerby. Talent.
FOR SALE-POULTRY
j it ed setting Phone 4-F-t.
FOR SALE POULTRY
AND EGGS
FOR SALE Plymouth Rock es. 40c
per setting. S. A. Leaver ton, Ross
Lane.
p!j Isronzetora
stock, 95. Jesse Nell. Rt l. Ashland
FOR SALE White Minorca hatching
eggs. P. D. Lofeland Central Point
Phone 18-X-X-y-l.
FOR SALE DOGS PETS
PEDIGREED Roller Canaries. Breed
ers. Phone 303, Jacksonville. Mrs
Nellie Finney.
ROLLER canaries reasonable. 523-J-3
FOR SALE
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE 32 Special Carbine rifle.
20. New gun equipped with eights.
Cal levenlngs. Otto Heckert, 417 N.
Oakdale.
FOR SALE Practicslly new. Westing-
house Automatic electric wange.
Cheap. Ramstrom, 2 'A miles north
Central Point on Pacific Highway.
FOR SALE Success bearded iced bar
ley, el. 25 cwt. E. H. .Nledermeyer.
Tel. 697-R-l,
FOR SALE Alfalfa hay, baled or
loose. Local, non-lrrlgated alfalfa
seed. Tel. 523-J-4. Otto Nleder
meyer. STEAM TRACTOR 2 cylinders, com
pound engine. Will run smsll saw
mill. In good order, operating now.
Inquire Owl Service Station, Pacific
highway and Airport road.
IRON BEDSTEAD, springs, mattress,
complete, $8. 215 Cottage.
FINE Newtown apples graded to suit.
Bert stancllff. Phoenix.
FOR SALE Hanncl en barley. $1.15
per hundred. Ted Fish. Phoenix.
FOR SALE Used aewlng machines, all
makes; terms if desired. All makes
rented and repaired. White Sewing
Machine Co.. 24 N. Bartlett.
SAND, gravel, sediment, teaming.
plowing. Phone 912-J.
SPECIAL BARGAIN EXTRA FINE
QUALITY well cleaned hardy Idaho
Affidavit Grimm seed. limited
amount $1860 per 100 lbs. DELIV
ERED. Have exceptional values of
Common. Ce'tlfkd Grimm and Cos
sack; Red Alslkt:. White and Sweet
CloverB; also Grasses Satisfaction
or seed returnable. Gladly mill
sampler and prices INTERMOUN
TAIN SEED CO., Twin Falls, Idaho.
FOR TRADE Willamette valley farm.
200 A.. $15,000. Want river bottom
farm near Medford of equal value.
Box 11744, Tribune.
POR SALE Furniture, chairs, tables,
beds. etc. 714 Welch St., off W.
Jackson.
SOME REAL BARGAINS
In Used Farm Tools.
Horse Disc Harrows.
Tractor Discs.
Tractors.
Tractor Plows.
Sprayers.
Double Shovel Plows, $3.75, new.
HUBBARD BROS, INC.
HAY. wheat, barley, rolled or ground
C. A. DeVoe. Phone 62 3-J -2.
A RAINBOW GARDEN of glads. 100
large No. 1 bulbs, not leas than 40
varieties. Value $5 or more for
$2.50 One Jumbo Plcardy free
F. H Reum, 022 South Oakdale.
FOR SALE 700 boxes good Newtown
apples; orchard run. W. H. Watt,
Phone 468-R-2, Medford. Ore.
MISCELLANEOUS
I WILL PAY CASH for a collection of
old postage stamps; preferable those
Issued before 1895. Write descrip
tion, price. H. 8. Davis. 1101 N. W.
Hoyt, Portland, Ore.
IF YOUR HOME NEEDS a new roof
don't put It off. We will re-roof
ror you with Dcaumui si ate sur
faced shingles and give you a year
or more to pay.
LAWRENCE ROOFINO CO.
Fabco Products
15 No. Fir. Phone 181
PALMIST Truthful advice on busi
ness, love, marriage 323 Ken net
Berry dale.
INCOME TAX Let me prepare your
income tax return. Years of experi
ence. Both State and Federal are
now due. Fred L. Colvtg, 525 8
Central. Phone 736-J.
MININO PROPERTIES If you have
property to seu or wish to buy. set
Geo. 8. Barton. 33 N Grape St.
FURS cleaned, repaired and glazed.
Coats re lined. Medford Cash and
Carry Cleaners. Phone 1700.
I BUY gold and lend money. Cecil
Jennings, corner Front and Main.
THOROUGHBRED stallion service
Box 139. Spring street,
OLD PEOPLE well cared for; reason
able rates. Convalescent Homo.
Ashland.
DENTISTRY Dr. I. H. Oove, 235 E.
Main.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Abstracti
JACKSON CO.
ABSTRACT CO.
Abstracts of Tltlt and
Title Insurance The
only complete rule
System In Jackson
County.
MURRAY ABSTRACT CO. Abstracts
of Title. Rooms 3 and 6. No 12 ,
North Central Ave, upstairs. j
Nursery Stock
"PLANT FILBERTS FOR BIO PROF
ITS" Prlcea smashed on high quii
Ity fruit trees, shrubs, roses and
berry plants. Drive to W. B Bar
num's on Pacific highway, a miies
touth of Medford or Phone 85I-R-2
CARLTON NURSERY CO, CARL
TON. OREOON.
Chimney Sweep.
GEOROE EATON Chlmny sweeping;
and tret topping. 38 No. Front St ,
Telephone 1I92-J.
Evpert Window Cleaner
;LET OEOROE DO IT - Tel. 1172
I House Cleaning. Floor Waxing Ori
ental itug Cleaning specitlly
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Transfer
HAWLEV TRANSFER Expert pack
era and movers Special livestock
moving equipment Prices rign;
619 North Riverside Phone 1U44-X
EADS TRANSFER St STORAGE CO.
Orfice 1015 No Central Phone 116
Prices right. servttvS guaranteed
RE'NKINO TRUCK1NO C Trans
fer and storage We haul anything
at 1 reasons ole price. Ill No Fir
Street Phone 332.
Job Printing
MAIL TRIBUNE JOB DEPARTMENT
Best equipped plant in southern
Oregon Printing of all kinds; oook
binding; loose leaf ledgers and
blanks, billing systems, duplicating
cash sales slips and everything in
the printing lines. 28-30 N. Orape
Phone 75.
Money to Lend
WE LEND MONEY ON FURNITURE
AND LATE MODEL AUTOS.
Three per cent per month on un
paid balance. No other charges See
W. E. Thomas, 46 South Central,
ground floor Craterian Theater
Bldg. State License No 3-157,
Painting and t'aperhnnglng
M. A. BLISS Painting and paper
hanging Tel. 646 W. o3 S. Grape
LEGAL NOTICES
BIDS FOR CONSTRUCTION: Of
fice of the United State property and
Disbursing Officer, for Oregon. 412
State Office Building, saiem, uregon.
Sealed proposals in triplicate will be
received here until 2:00 p. m., March
21, 1934, and then opened, for con
struct Ion of warehouse. Infirmary,
bath and latrine buildings, tent floors
and elctrlc light system: painting
buildings and repairing Ice boxes at
Camp Clatsop, Oregon. Further in
formation on application.
Notice fo Creditor.
In the County Court of the County
of Jackson in and for the State of
Oregon.
In the Matter of the Estate of John
D. Buckley, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned is the duly appointed,
qualified and acting administratrix
of the estate of the above named de
cedent. All persons having claims
against Mid decedents estate are
hereby required to present the same,
with proper vouchers, to the under
signed administratrix at the office of
her attorney, h. it. Hanna. 32 Norui
Central Avenue, Medford, Jackson
County, Oregon, within six months
from tne date of this notice.
Dated and first published this 1st
day of March, 1934.
ROSE A. BUCKLEY, Administratrix.
OPENING NEXT WEEK
PORTLAND. March 1. (AP) The
Oregon liquor control commission has
announced that the 68 agencies and
24 state-owned liquor stores will all
be opened before the end of next
week.
SALEM. Mar. I. (AP) First state
licenses to hand Is Intoxicating liquors
were sent out yesterday by the state
liquor commission from Its offices
here. The first set of licenses went
to "package stores, class A," covering
stores handling beer In sealed con
tainers.
In keeping with the times Drjgs
end Toiletries at Cut Prices at JAR
MIN'S DRUG STORE.
Phone 542 We will haul away foul
refuse City Sanitary Service.
Mail Tribune Daily
ACROSS
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4. Choosta: rare
$. Small cup
used in
cutting
diamonds
11. Peel
.12. Open court
13. Anccr
H. Enlivening
IS. Stitch
17. Jumped
18. Mov suddenly
20. Details
22. Seed covering
Uli. Aeriform fluid
2S. Obatlnats
animal
Mean: slang;
10. Places or
worship
82. location
H. -Manners oi
bearlnrt
IRE LIQUOR STORES
Solution of Yesterday'a Puztle
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product
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Central Point
CENTRAL POINT. Mar. 1. (Spl.)
S. H. Bender place, three-fourths of
mile west of Central Point, was
sold last week to Mr. Thompson of
Louisiana, the deal being completed
Monday. February 38. Mr. Thompson
and family expect to take-possession
about March 5. It Is as yet unde
cided where Mr. and Mrs. Bender will
locate.
The father and sons banquet given
by the Federated churches will be
held In the church basement Thurs
day night. March 1. Fathers, and sons
of 14 years or over invited. This will
be a sort of brotherhood gathering.
A good speaker for the evening has
been secured. This is not strictly con
fined to the church membership, any
father and son may attend. See A.
W. Aycrs for admission tickets, but
there will be no charge.
Miss Erma Hamrlck. who Is assist
ant manager in the Good Samaritan
hospital of Portland, la a guest of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Ham
rick, and will remain for an indef
inite period. Miss Hamrlck was in
jured In an automobile accident some
time ago and is now recovering.
Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Goldsberry made
a business trip to Roseburg Sundny.
Berean Bible class of the Federaw-d
church will meet at the home of Mrs.
Rov Nichols. March 8th.
Mrs. E. E. .Scott will be hostess
to the Golden Link Bible class at
her home Friday, March 9th.
Honoring the birthday anniversary
of Mrs. Mattie Parker on Sunday,
many of her friends called during
the afternoon. The reception commit
tee included Mewlames Mlnnlck.
Humphrey and Coplnger.
Mrs. John Catey entertained the
Ladies' ' Circle at her home Friday
afternoon.
Mrs. Mattie Smith spent Sunday
with her friend. Mrs. Alice McKim
who Is confined to her home, recov
ering from a minor operation.
Missionary society met at the home
of Mrs. Louis Orlmes Friday with
an attendance of 21. Refreshments
were served by Mrs. Webster and com
mlttee.
Brownsboro
BROWNSBORO. March 1. (Spl.)
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pernland of Med
ford, are visiting at the Ed Fcrnland
home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tucker spent a
few days at Medford last week to oe
near Mr. Tucker's mother, who un
derwent another operation at the Sa
cred Heart hospital. Mra. Will Morris
Is keeping house for her father, Ed
Tucker, during the absence of Mrs.
Tucker.
Mrs. Anna Walch. Mrs. Vera Wright.
Mrs. ' Myrtle Charley and Mrs. Ella
Maxfleld attended the Lost Creek club
at Mra. Anna Tonn'a last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Nichols of Fort
Klamath are guests at the home of
Mrs. McDonald.
Those who attended the basketball
game from Brownsboro. Friday night
were. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hansen and
Gerald Hansen, and Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Marshall and sons.
Mrs. H. W. Wright and children and
Lei and Dyslnger attended the play
given by the Jackson County Dramat
ic club.
Cross -Word Puzzle
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rock
10. Seat In church
11. Chum
15. Perfumes
19, Genua of th
frog
21. Feminine
termination
3. Notion
24. For fear that
23. Schools of
whale
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27. Poorest n
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vessel
29. fflav ship
31. Poker term
.12. Kdlbl seed
34. Postal
necessities
37. Central
cylinder In
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roots
18. MlPtaka
40. Father of
mankind
42. Yawn
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tale
I. Region
Fern Valley
FERN VALLEY. Mar. 1. (Spl.)
The school children entertained their
mothers and several other women I
Thursday afternoon with a program:
commemorating the lives of Abraham
Lincoln. George Washington and
James Russel Lowell. Every pupil had
a part.
Elmer Kan tor and Marian Ferns
were absent due to illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Messenger gave a
farewell party for their children, Don-
aid. Harold and Veld a, Saturday eve-!
inng. Feb. 17. A large crowd enjoyed
outdoor games and later, dancing. The
Messengers moved the first of the
week to West Medford.
Robert Ferns, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Archie Ferns has been ill with a sore
throat. It was swollen so that at first
they suspected mumps.
The school children challenged the
fathers to a baseball game. Sunday
afternoon at the school grounds. It
proved a close and exciting game,
the boys winning 18 to 16.
Mrs. Ernest Beer and small son
spent the week-end with Mrs. Beer's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hughes.
Mr. and Mrs, Joe Kantor Jr.. were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Davis
Saturday evening.
Mrs. Elsie Fought ts staying with
her sister, Mrs. Archie Ferns. She
has been 111 for quite a long time
but Is improving sine she had her
teeth pulled a week ago.
Miss Ima Deen was a guest of her
sister Mrs. Joe Kantor Jr., from Mon
day until Fridny. Miss Helen Kantor
returned to Derby with Miss Dean
for the week-end.
Marlon Ferns hoa been 1U with In
flammatory rheumatism.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mar
shall Saturday evening were Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Long, Mr. and Mra. Hor
ace Huber. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hoff
man. Mrs. Verna Duanne and an
Robert. Messrs. Dale Flowers, Dalle.
Reeder and Joe Sllvle.
A surprise came to all In the mar
riage of Miss Ellen Burnett and
Charles Alcock February 21st at Klam
ath Falls. They will make their home
In Klamath Falls for a while.,
Mrs. Stone was a gueat of her
daughter. Mrs. Wm. Ferns, Sunday,
Orchnrdlsts here dispute the claim
of the Talent orchardlst to the first
fruit tree in blossom, for there have
been peaches In bloom for two weeks
and almonds the past week, ana apri
cots for several days.
Sams Valley
SAMS VALLEY. March 1. (Spl.)
From all reports heard on the severe
.hail atorra of Friday evening, It fell
only In spots of this section, but
several reported a heavy rain whera
there was no hall. i
At the last meeting of the Sums
Valley Grange, the program waa put
on by th teachers and consisted of
numbers by the pupils of Mrs. East's
room, Mlsa Francis Wilson's room and
the high school girls, under direction
of Mlsa Hall; a saw aolo by BUI Vin
cent. Two vocal numbers were also
given by Wesley McDonoug,h and Lu
ther Wilson, immediately after the
program ths rado rooms were served
with refreshment by their teachers.
During the business session a reso
lution waa passed upholding the ac
tion of tho state director of agricul
ture on his opinion of tho recent
code concerning the dairymen and
the creameries, John Hoist, state
forester, announced a program for
next Grange meeting by tho forestry
and Crater Lake service, consisting
of interesting stedeoptlcon views and
a show for the kiddles. a Everyone
invited.
Mrs. Ada East, Mlsa Vesta Hall,
Jerome and Herbert Fit we raid. Lu
ther Wilson. Mrs. O. T. Wilson and
daughter, Betty, attended the county
dramatics contest plays at Medford
Snturday night.
Ray Gil), master of the Oregon
State Orange, spoke on the new sales
tax measure, before a large audience
nt the school house February 10.
Friday nlaht Sams Valley's high
school bnsketball teams defeated the
Butte Falls boys and girts of Butte
Falls. Both teams were defeated by
the Central Point teams last Wed
nesday night st Central Point.
Sams Valley town team, which was
defeated by the Medford St. Mary's
boys In three games, won over that
team In a fast game at Sams Valley
Monday night.
Many were out climbing the Table
Rocks Sunday, Including local and
town resident.
Sams Valley Extension unit voted
to send its prewllcnt, Mrs. prink, to
the home conference at Corvallli. at
the meeting Friday. Twenty-sl were
In attendance. An Interesting lunah
eon, composed of recipes given by
Mrs. Mabel Mack, was served by the
Indies.
Phoenix
PHOENIX, March I BpU Hom
Ent.nsion club hll a fond salt at
th RMlabl Ororftry In Mndford last
ftaturdar to finish th raising of
monay to send a 1Iat to tht
Homn Mnxars mtlng at Corvallls.
Mra Mabla Stancllff.. prraldnt of
tha rlub. will be th 0lffrlt.
Following! th mornlnc wrvloa of
tha Pnbytrian church last Sunday,
a concrwatlonal mating waa held
and the budget for the enaulna; year
was read by the chairman of the
board of truatee. M. F. Sheets, and
adopted by the congregation. An ev-ery-member
oanvaaa wilt be held some
time during the month of March to
secure subscription for the work of
the church for the ensuing year.
Ladles' Aid society will hold their
rcaular monthly meeting Thursday.
I This will Ix an all day meetlnf wits
covered dlah luncheon at noon. Elec
tion of officers for the ensuing year
will be the main Item of business.
All members are urged to be present.
Thimble Club of Oak Circle will
meet at the home of Mrs. Guy Bish
op Friday afternoon. Miss Ida Bishop
will assist with entertaining. All
members are urged to be present.
Courthouse
News
i Furnished by the Jackson Count)
abstract Co. 12) K Sixth Street)
Marriage Licenses.
Elmer S. Wblttaker and Alene E.
Simpson.
Elmer Ross Ellis, Jr., and Dorothy
Culbertson.
Melvln J. Loft h us and Helen Ackley.
Circuit Court,
The First National Bank of Med
ford vs. James Carlton Bmbry, Bessie
Embry. Foreclosure.
C. W. Lyman vs. United industrials
Corp. Attachment.
Frank A. Henspeter va. Elizabeth
Anderson, et al. To quiet Title.
State Industrial Accident Comm.
vs. S. A. Bowen. For money.
J. B. Andrews vs. Loretta I. Vick-
ery. et al. Foreclosure.
J. H. Stringer vs. Julia M. Stringer.
Divorce.
Bert Nichols ts. Florence Nichols.
Divorce.
Faye E. Carter vs. Mark Carter. Di
vorce.
State of Oregon vs. Castle A. Wool-
verton. Unlawfully selling intoxicat
ing liquor.
Bute of Oregon vs. William L. Hen
derson. Unlawfully selling Intoxicat
ing liquor.
Elmer E. Barrett ts. Lee Wilson.
Damages.
State of Oregon vs. Fred O. Gam
ble. Placing a set gun.
State of Oregon vs. Frank Rttchson,
et al. For money.
Prolmte Court. ,
Estate of John D. Buckley, doc. Pro
bat'. Estate of T. E. Jones, dec. Probate.
G. H. Billings assumes business
name certificate of "Billings Agency,'
Ashland. Oregon.
Ileal Kstnte Transfers.
W. A. Hall, et ix, to R. V. Hall
W. D. to 90.71 acres tn Sec. 3, and
SE of NE. aec. 4, twp. 8 ... S.. R. 4
West, 110.
Charles E. Blness. et ux. to Bydney
R. Hughes, W. D. to land In sec. 3,
twp. 36 S . R. 1 W.. I0.
John N. Moore to state of Oregon,
W. D. to 0.30 A. In 8Wi4 sec. 33. twp.
39 S., R. 3 East, 1.10.
Alice E. Williams, et vlr, to State
of Oregon, W. D. to 11 A. In SWi4
sec. 33, twp. 39 8.. R. 3 East. 100.
F. w. Settlemler, et ux, to Anlo
Penwell, et ux, W. D. to 42.07 acres
in twp. 33 S.. R. 3 West, 110.
Lorraine Meyer, et vlr, to Ellra
beth Meyer. W. D. to W. 140 ft. lot
11. bIK. 1. Riverside subdivision, Med
ford, tlO.
Jesae M. Rtftgens. et al. to Elsie
Griffith. Q C. D. to W',4 of NE, SE Of
NE. NW of SE, sec. 93. twp. 34 S., R.
1 East. l. .
H. B. Calhoun to Carrie L. Davis.
QOD to N'4 of NE of SW of NW aec.
13. twp. SB S., R. 1 West. t.
George Lewis, et al to John H.
Pearce. et ux, W. D. to 43 acres In
twp. 38 S R. 1 Weat, 10.
Alta Leabo to State of Oregon, W.
D. to BS acres In sec. 30, twp. 83 8..
R. 1 Weat. 12100.
F. L. Hutchinson to State of Ore
gon, Q. C. D. to 35 acrea In sec. 30,
twp. S3 8.. R. I West. 11.00.
Leonard C. Scott, et ux. to Robert
O. Bragg, et ux, W. D. to 0.7 acres
in DLC 48, twp. 57 8., R. 5 West.
7no .
Robert O. Bragg, et ux, to H, S.
Cleveland, et ux. W. D. to 8.7 acrea
In DLC 4B, twp. 37 8.. R. 3 West. 110.
J. C. Scott, et ux, to H. S. Cleve
land, et ux. W. D. to land In DLC
48. twp. 37 B R. 3 West, 10.
Sheriff to C. B. Van Houten, Sh.
Deed to lot 13, blk.. 3, Wcatmoreland
Add., Medford, 1223431.
C. B. Van Houten. et ux, to W. P.
Fuller ti Co., QCD to lot 13, blk. 3,
Westmoreland Add., Medford, 110.
Charles A. Wing Agency, inc., to
8. W. Baugh, et ux, W. D. to lot 8.
blk. 3, Clray's Add. to Medford, 110.
Clara Jane Scholar, et vlr, to Kd
Pence, et al, W, D. to lota In block
33, Jacksonville, 810.
R. H. Toft, et ux, to Walter H
Scholer, et al. w. D. to lots In blk.
38, Jacksonville. 110.
George Davla to F. P. Green, et ux,
W. D. to land In aec. 8, twp. 38 8.
R. 1 Weat. e0.
Robert J. Barter, et ux. to Oliver
S. Barter, et al, QCD to SW of SE
BE of SW and lot 7, section 8: BE of
NE, WiJ of NE. E'4 of NW and lot
3. see. 1; 8 '4 nf NW, sec. 8, twp. 33
8 . R. 8 Eaat, 810.
Owen-Oregon Lumber Salea Co.,
to United Slate,, w. D. to land In
twp. 33 8.. R 8 and 4 Eaat and twp
38 8 . R. 8 Eaat, 310.470.
City of Central Point to Edith L.
Jacobs, Iota 13 and 13, blk. 18, Cen
tral Point, a.13.12.
'Nellie Brings to Wm. M. Brlgga,
QCD to lot 17. blk. A, Railroad Add
to Ashland, 810.
Robert H. Browne, et ux. to Grace
Campbell, w. D. to 2 IS acrea In see
30. twp. 87 8.. R. 1 West. 310
Sheriff tn Inter-State Fidelity Bldg
& Loan Assn.. Sh. Deed to lota 1 and
3. blk. 3. West Walnut P.rk Add
Medford, 81138 03.
8. W. Baugh. et ux, to Charles A
Wing Agency, W. D. to lot 10. SH lot
II, blk. 4, Nurregan Add., Medford
willametTeIlood
. RELIEF TO BE ASKED
BALF.M, Mar. l.fAP) Flood wat
ers of the Willamette river and its
tributaries have created damage es
timated at over 3 000.000 durlnc the
past 10 years, a report completed by
Stat Vnjflneer Strlrklln and County i
Engineer Swsrt. rw veals.
Ths report was submitted to a
meeting of ths Flood Control asso
ciation of the valley at Albany today,
preparatory to requesting PWA aid.
In working out a flood relief plan.
TAKES PET TOLL
NEWPORT. Ore., March 1. (AP)
The lives of a score of dc and II
cats hate been taken here ts the
past two days by a poison terrorists
who systematically planted lethal
meat balls along every highway and
street of the town. The death toll
was expected to be Increased.
Enraged citizens vho hav lert
valuable animals were today posting
rewards for the capture of the poi
soner. A crank was suspected. Several
complaints had been received by the
council that the ordinance prohibit
ing the free ranging of dogs was not
being enforced.
In the stomach of one dog enough
poison was found to have killed a
down animals.
One deaf woman, who kept two
pure-bred dogs, a cocker spaniel ad
a rox tetrier, lost both by the poi
soner's depredations.
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WASHINGTON. Mch. (AP) Sa
nest W. Smoot. son of former Sena
tor Smoot of Utah, disclosed to ths
senate air mall Investigating com
mlttee yesterday he received mors)
than 19.7ft0 compensation from pri
vate individuals and companies walls
he was clerk of ths senats flnanc
committee in 1930.
Smoot did not disclose th
amount received from some compa
nies. Of the total given, 113,000 was
paid, him by Vanderhoof & Company
for publicity work In connection with
a tariff to protect sugar basts, b
said.
Wulfsohn & Company, Tur Import
era. paid htm flOOS, Smoot sgreod.
When Chairman Black pressed him as
to the services performed, Smoot at
first said he didnt know exactly.
Later, he said ha made a trip or two
to New York and advised Wulfsohn
about his financial affairs.
FEARED BY SCHALL
WASHINGTON, Mar.. 1 (AP) Sen
ator Schall (R.( Minn.) said Wednes
day newspapers are confronted with
censorship by ths "demand" of Prtal
munlcatlons commission.
Ths newspapers of ths Units
States," hs said, "am about to hsvt
themselves censored. After battling
for months to fores ths Roosevelt
administration to guarantee freedom
of the press in ths publishers' cod
they now find themselves confronted
with ths very same censorship by
the demand of ths prssldsnt for s
federal communications commission.
"Under such commission srsry
press dispatch and every osbls mss
sags can be censored by ths admin
istration. What bavs ths newspaper
gained by their cods fight If they
permit their news dispatches to b
censored?"
WELLINGTON, Colo..' March 1.
fAP) Two unmasked gunmen whoa
motive for the brutal aasaaslnatloa
of two persona and an attempt t
burn a woman alive possibly was re
venge, were Bought throughout north
ern Colorado today.
The dead are Clifford Smith, dry
land farmer living, one-half mil
northwest of Wellington, and hi
hired hand, Bob Orlffln, 18.
The woman, Mrs. Clifford Smith,
escaped being killed by fighting
death after the asaallanta trapped
her. ahot her In the back and then
attempted to burn her and the bodtet
of the two men after pouring kero
sene on their clothing.
Three peraona were held aa mate
rial witnesses today and an ex-eon-vlct
and hla brother were sought a
auapects.
Bail Bond Broker
Gets Prison Term
PORTLAND, March l.-(AP) Ed
ward savan, former ball bond broker,
waa late yesterday sentenced to two
yeara In state prison for reoelvlnc
stolen property. He was oonrloted tbla
week of possession of more than one
doren suits of clothing which had
been stolen in a California atom rob
bery. In keeping with tne times Drugm
and Toiletries at Cut Price at JAJt-
MIN'S DltUO STORE.
Suit cleaned and pressed, 88.
Dreseea Ifto up. Tl. 835-J. Economy
Cleaner. 1728 No. Rlteralda.
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