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    BEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREGON. THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1934.
PAGE NINE
Head every id on
thla page . . . you
will probably find
exactly the thing
you want to bo;
or sell ... II It
Isn't there, adver
tise . . . It's Inex
pensive, effective!
RATES
per word first Injection.-
(Minimum 25c)
Bscs additional Insertion.
Mr word
(Minimum 10c)
Per line per month, without
copy changes 1.36
Phone 75
FOR WANT AD3
LOST AND FOUND
LOST If dog missing, call 1516.
WANTED FEMALE HELP
V WANTED Middle-aged lady to do
housework. Phone 479-a.
WANTED MALE HELP
DIESEL ENGINEERING Men now
being selected for training In this
new mechanical field Those quali
fying will be given' preliminary
theory training at home then tak
en to our Los Angeles or Seattle
school for practical shop training
on nearly every type of DIESEL
ENGINES. Latest developments In
automotive, aeronautic and heavy
duty engines shown by motion pic
tures. Write for full Information
and dates of free picture exhibi
tion to O. F. Robertson. Registrar.
Merrick's Court; Hemphill Diesel
Engineering Schools, Vancouver, B.
C, Seattle, Los Angeles, Denver.
WANTED-MISOELLANEOUS
HIGH WINDS In tall trees break limbs
and cause broken roofs. TRIM NOW.
Box 302, Tribune.
WILL have empty furniture van re
turning from San Francisco and
vicinity around April I. Want re
turn load to Medford. Davis Trans
fer 4i Storage.
FURNITURE re-upholstered.
969-R. Thlbault.
Phone
WANT small- houso and garden plot
In exchange for labor. Young man
and wife. References. Caretaker.
Phone Central Point 111-X-l.
WANT To borroV $1600. Can furnish
gilt-edge security. Box 628, Tribune.
rraiTrehoistered. Phono 969-R.
Thlbault.
WANTED Raw tura. hides, pelts and
wool. Joe Konop. 120 So. Central.
Across from Montgomery Ward Oo
WANTED Wool ei mohair. Top prices.
See J. J. Osenbrugge.
WANTED Wool, mohair, hides and
pelta. See us before you sell, wool
bags and twine for sale. Medford
Bargain House, 27 N. Grape St.
Phone 1062.
WANTED TO BUY 10-ton mill or
,T,a,. nmdl.rtitrifli.nr. Advise
price and where can be seen. 417
Davis Bldg., Portland, Ore.
WANTED Donations of used cloth
ing for relief purposes. The Salva
tion Army. Phone 306, 411 E. Main
WANTED 2nd hand goods and Junk.
Pat's, 1506 Prune St. Phone 547-L.
WANT TO BUY 1929 Ford. Must be
cheap. 833 W. 2nd.
WILL care for elderly sick people in
my home. Phone 437-X.
WANTED Household goods, stoves,
tools or what have you. Medford
Bargain House, 27 N Orape St. Tel
1062.
JUNK WANTED
Wt pay cash for JUNK BATTERIES
AND RADIATORS. ALUMINUM.
BRASS, COPPER and Junk of all
descriptions.
MEDFORD BARGAIN HOUSE
27 N0 Grape. TeL 1062
WANT TO RENT, with or without
house, 10 to 30 acres orchard and
alfalfa ground. Box 2399. Tribune
WANTED Five hundred ewes. Ad
dress 2334. care Mall Tribune.
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT House and ranchETET
FOR RENT 6-room modern stu:co
home. Phone 629.
FOR RENT 3-room house and 4
room house. Samuel Bateman. Tel
912-J.
FOR RENT Homes, furnished or
unfurnished. Brown At White.
3-ROOM house with large sleeping
porch; close In. Inquire 125 South
Holly or call 731-X.
A CLEAN house. Close In. Iqulre 219
S. Ivy.
NICE 7-room house for rent. Call at
17 W. 10th.
HOUSES $10. $12 50 and $16. water
paid; wood range. Phone 106.
FOR RENT Strictly modern furnish
ed stucco home. 518 S. Oakdale.
FOR RENT Partly furn. house. 613
wo. Grape.
FOR RENT 6-room house, 3 bed
room, on Mistletoe. Inquire 375 So
Central.
"OR RENT Furnished house. $15
Inquire 105 Hi Oakdale.
Turnlshed 3 and 3-room apt;
' kW. 994 Wj 1014.
FOR RENT-APARTMENTS
4 ROOMS, atesm heat. 136 N. Holly.
CLEAN, nicely furnished large apt.
with sleeping porch. 212 so. Grape.
CLEAN, furnished apt. 217 W, 2nd.
COMFORTABLY furnished front
apartment In Mall Hrtbune Bldg.
Living room with fireplace; large
dining room, kitchenette, dressing
room and bathroom: hot and cold
water, steam heat and ttghta fur
nished. Reasonable rent. Apply at
Mall Tribune.
8-RCOM apt., downstairs. 34 N.
Bartlett.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
ROOMS
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms.
1.50 per week. 627 North Central.
FOR RENT ROOM BOARD
FOR heated sleeping rooms oall 1399-L.
ATTRACTIVE rooms 404 8. Drape.
BOARD AND ROOM at 719 B. Hal 3
Rates very moderate.
FOR RENT
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR RENT Cow pasture cheap. In- l
quire Blackwcll Hill Service Station. I
' j
run kbst su acres; a-room souse, -
down wood; 810 month. Mrs. Chaa.
L. Wilson. Central Point.
FOR RENT Improved 3 acre tract,
garden land, close In. Part fruit and
berries. 402 E. Main.
FOR EXCHANGE
EXCHANGE Furniture re-upholster-ing
for lumber, wood, fish poles and
reels. Phone 969-R.
TSXCHANOE Furn. re-unholstcrlne
for lumber, wood, fish poles and
reels. Phone Btw-R.
FOR SALE OR TRADE White electric
sewing machine for light sedan
Box 638, Tribune.
I FOR EXCHANGE REAL
ESTATE
' FOR TRADE Willamette valley farm,
i 200 A.. 615.000. Want river bottom
farm near Medford of equal value.
Box 11744, Tribune.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
SACRIFICED FOR CASH SALE
$1800 buys 20 acres, 10 cult,, creek
bottom, irrigated; new 4-room bun
galow, completely furnished, bam
and outbuildings, 6 head cows and
heifers, horse, poultry. Taxea $35.
15 North Fir. Phone 161.
WHEN you think of real estate, think
of Brown & Whtle.
LARGE LOT Fruit and nut trees,
excellent soil. Sacrifice $260. Write
Box 66. Mall Tribune.
FOR SALE LIVESTOCK
FOR SALE Brood sow,- farrow soon.
Talent Service Station, Talent. Ore.
FOR SALE 75 head of ewes, 130r.
lambs, with wool. Call 304 Jackson
ville. Seo at- Cass ranch, Little Ap
plegate. FOR SALE 1 team 1250 lbs., 1 team
1450 lbs., 1 team 1100 lbs. 30 head
of light horses. Med. Riding Aca
demy, FOR SALE Fresh cows.
Schultz, Beagle, Ore.
Adolf
FOR SALE Team of mulea. Henry
Keroy. Talent.
FOR SALE DOGS-PETS
ROLLER canaries reasonable. 623-J-2
FOR SALE POULTRY
BABY CHICKS Reds $10 a hundred.
White Leghorns $9 a hundred, cnas.
L Good, Box 356. Eugene, Ore.
RED SETTING EGGS. Phone 4-F-4.
PURE Bronze toms, cockeran's prize
SWCK, SO. Jesse iseii, nu. s, (uuibuu
HENS with chicks. Carley. Tel. 258-X
OUR better quality chicks Insure real
proilt. wnite uegnorua ov, pru so,
7'Je. Rocks and Reds 9c April 18. 8c.
Catalogue. Jenks Hatchery. Tangent,
Ore.
FOR SALE
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE All-electric auto radio.
new. 6-tube remote control; aiso
new Underwood portable noiseless
typewriter. These articles are a
steal. Call at Camp Wlthus.
FOR SALE Alfalfa hay, baled or
loose. Local, non-Irrigated alfalfa
seed. Tel. 533-J-4. Otto Nleder
meyer. FOR SALE Seed corn for early
planting. H. G. Wilson. 7 Chestnut
St. Phone 1222-R.
FOR LE All household furniture
ana piano. 726 Welch 6t.
CLOSING OUT our stock of Dodge
repair parts left on hands. Will give
50r, discount on any of these parts
In our stock. Eakin Motor Co.. Hud
son and Terraplane desler. Rlvsr
side Ave. 1st door south of Western
Auto Supply.
FOR SALE Used sewing machines, all
makes; terms if desired. All makes
rented and repaired. White Sewing
Machine Co.. 24 N. Bsrtlett.
Some Real Bargains in
FARM TOOLS
I corn planter; 3 Fordson tractors;
garden seeder; fanning mtll; 2 one
horse cultivators; 2 feisd grinders;
corn sheller, wood saw mandeli 14
horse p. gas engine: 3 Clftrac tn:
tors; 4 power sprayers; 4 tractor
disc; 3 wagons; tractor plows;
wheat. $1.10 per cwt.: I'i Inch fire
hose, almost .ivw. a bargain; I hay
buck: 4 used mowers; 1 grain bind
er; 1 corn binder.
HUBBARD BROS . INC.
Main it Riverside
VERY choice long spurred Columbine
plants. Phone 1173-Y. Call t 1002
w. nth.
FOR SALE "00 boxes good Newtown
apples; orchsrd run. 25c box WH
Watt. Phone 468-R-2. Medford. Ore
FOR SALE Eas-v Washer electric
, washing machine. C. R. Demmer.
I Piione 84S,
FOR SALE
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE Furniture, chairs, tables,
beds, etc. 714 Welch St., off W.
Jackson.
SAND, gravel, sediment, teamlug.
plowing. Phone 912-J.
HAY, wheat, barley, rolled or ground
C. A. DeVoe. Phone 533-J-.
A RAINBOW GARDEN of glads. 100
large No. 1 bulbs, not lesa than 40
varieties. Valua 35 or more for
82.50. One Jumbo Plcardy free.
F. H. Reum. 922 South Oakdale.
FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES
USED CAR BAROA1NS
Sold at Book Prlcea
(Written Guarantee)
1930 Chev. Coupe
1932 Ford Ford. Mod. B2 or Sedan
1931 Willys 6, 2-door Sedan
1930 Bulck Sport Coupe
1931 Chrysler Conv. Coupe
1933 Chrysler Coups
ARMSTRONO MOTOR, INC.
38 N. Riverside
FOR SALE Model T Ford touring,
electrlo washing machine. Bargain.
Route 4, Box 77.
MISCELLANEOUS
SPECIAL duck dinner at Waucoma
Inn Easter Sunday. Make reserve-
tlon early. Phone 314-X.
FLOORS cleaned, waxed and poliahbd
tor 81.00. Phono 774-R-3.
REAL SILK HOSIERY MILLS, Indian
apolis. Mrs. Gertrude Stead, loc.il
representative. 623 South Ivy. Tel.
930-R.
PALMIST 323 Kennet atreet. Berry
dale. LAWN Mowers sharpened. Medford
Cycle Shop. 23 N. Fir. Phone 261.
NOTICE TRUCK OWNERS If you
haven't got p. u. c. plates, get your
application In for your P. L. and
P. D. Insurance at once. Long or
short haul. Cargo, collision, fire and
theft. Association of Commercial
Truck Owners. Phone 1380, Room
12. Palm Bldg.
INCOME TAX Let me prepare your
income tax return. Years of experi
ence. Both State and Federal are
now due. Fred L. Colvlg, 525 8
Central. Phone 735-J.
FURS cleaned, repaired and glazed
coats rellned. Medford Cash and
Carry Cleanera. Phone 1700.
THOROUGHBRED stallion service
Box 139. Sprlnj street.
MINING PROPERTIES If you have
property to sell or wish to buy. Soe
Geo. S. Barton, 33 N. Grape St.
f BUY gold and lend money Cecil
Jennings, comer front ana Main.
DENTISTRY Dr. I. H. Gove. 235 E
Main.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Abstracts
JACUHON CO.
' AUSTRAL'!' CO.
Abstracts of TltlL and
Title Insurance The
only complete Title
System In Jackson
County.
MURRAY ABSTRACT CO. Abstracts
of Title. Rooms 3 and 6, No. 82
North Central Ave. upstairs. .
Expert Window Cleaners
LET GEORGE DO IT Tel. 1172
House Cleaning. Floor Waxing. Ori
ental Rug Cleaning specialty
Painting and Papcrhanglng
M. A. BLISS Painting and paper
banging. Tel. 846 W. o.3 S. Grape
Money its Lend
WE LEND MONEY ON FURNITURE
AND LATE MODEL AUTOS.
TlfVee por cent per month on un
paid balance. No other chargea. See
W. E. Thomas. 45 South central,
ground floor crftterlan Theater
Bldg. State License No. S-157.
EADS TRANSFER At STORAGE CO.
orrico 1015 No. Central. Phone 316
Prices right, dervli guaranteed.
HAWLEY TRANSFER Expert pack
rs and movers Special livestock
moving equipment. Price right
619 North Riverside. Phone 1044-X
Job Printing
MAIL TRIBUNE JOB DEPARTMENT
Best equipped plant In aouthern
Oregon. Printing of all kinds; book
binding: loose leaf ledgera and
blanks, billing systems, duplicating
cash salea slips and everything In
the printing lines. 28-30 N. Orape
Phone 75.
Transfer
KEiNKlNG TRUCKING 0 Trans
fer and storage. We haul anything
at a reasonable price, ill No Pir
Street. Phone 332.
LEGAL NOTICES
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that the
County Court of Jackson County. Ore
gon, has appointed tho undersigned
Administrator with Will Annexed of
the Estate of Charles L. Tenton. de
ceased. Creditors of said Estate are
required to present their claims to the
undersigned, duly certified, and with
proper vouchers, at the office of H. J.
Devaney, Barkdull Building. Medford,
Oregon, within six months from the
date hereof, to-wit March I. 1934.
YVONNE DEVANEY.
Administrator with the Will Annexed.
H. J. DEVANEY.
Attorney for Estste.
Ss.-ept r An-nl Statement of th
UNION ASSURANCE SOCIETY
., T..1SMIH, on me iniris -ririt usy or
I'eeemher, 1".1.1. made to the Imur Mr rm.
niJsion-T or m state or nrejon, purtuant to Ia
IAPI7AI, amount of capital itnrh pild up. o
INOIMK
Net premium! recalled during the
T'Sf II9. 121.04
Inrere-t. dMdeMs and rent! re
ceded ditrlnt: the jeer 1 1 7,015.46
Income from oiher sources recelied
during the year It. 351. II
Total Income $1,1 1 1, 121. 31
fllRRI tSCMCNTr)
Net losses pild durlrs Hie jear
Including sdhi'tment espemes.f 619, 109.91
tllildends Mid no CSPllal Stneh
during :ne year 6
fommlsiwirs and Mlartes psid
during the yesr 889.2TS.4"
Tsve. lleem-e and feel paid due.
inf the leer 4T.TIS 59
Arr-unt of all ether e.pndl'.nrei . 2S:t.ono SI
Istil CAPtadJ'.UftS j.eAe
.tl.S.lj, i04.il
ASSETfl
Vain, of real utat, okhs (nar-
ket saluel 0
Vitus or stoess Slid bonds owned
inwkH iilut) l,IJ(.Sll.li
Loam on montages and collateral,
tie 0
Cait) In bank! and on hand 105,009.13
Premiums In eourse of collection
written alnee September 30,
1H33 vl.l8S.ll
Inttrtst and renta dua and itemed 34,026.00
Otlitr men 11,032.13
Total admitted aiiet 13,120,459.10
LIABILITIES
(Iroei elalmi for lone! unpaid...! 144.S99.00
Amount of unearned premiums on
all outstanding, risks 1,130,103.54
Hue for enmmliitnn and brokerage 0
All other llatmilloi S4I.TI0.tS
Total liabilities aicept Willi. II, 111, SS3. 22
Statutory deposit ..1400,000.00
Surplus orer all lia
bilities !Of,2f,4l
Surplus ll retards policyholder!. .$U10M2MS
Total S2.T29.459.10
BUSINESS IN OREGON' FOR THE YEAR
.Net premium! recelied during the
T, $16,953.36
Lessee pild during the year . J'J-'
Lossei Incurred during the rear. . . .'. .00.9fl
Name of Company. Union Assurance Society.
Name of U. 8. Manager. T. W. Koeckerl.
Statutory resident attorney for lerrlee, Iniur-
anee Commissioner.
CIMRI.ES A. WIXO AGENCY, INC.
Resident Agent, .Medford, Ore.
Tolo
TOLO, March 29. (Spl.) Justin
Muse returned from San Francisco
Saturday to the home of his uncle
here. His cousins, Tracy and Brad
ford Muse, were accepted by the
U. S. army. Tracy was sent to Salt
Lake City. Brad waa awaiting his
appointment.
Frank Myers, Alva Muse and Ed
ward Inmann took a sight seeing trip
to Hells Gate. Aimed and Argole
Sunday. It was Myers' and Muse's
first trip down the Rogue.
Mr. and Mrs. Merl Haas and Ernest
Rellllng of Medford were guests of
Mips Dorothy Inmann Sunday.
Tolo community entertainment at
the school house Friday, March 30.
7:30 p. m.. will be an address by
C. R. Bowmsn on the sales tax.
Dorothy Inmann Is helping her sis
ter. Mrs. Edyth Bohnert. this wee.
So msny times the rains go around
and around Tolo, but we received our
share Tuesday.
.
Brownsboro
BROWNSBORO. March 29 (Spl.)
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Young of Eagle
Point were dinner guest at the Reed
Charley home Wednesday.
Mrs. H. W. Wright and Mrs. Myrtle
Charley attended the Loat Creek club
at the Grange hall Wednesday.
Earl Tucker and relatives who have
been visiting here from Iowa, spent
Friday with the Morris family at
Central Point.
Miss Iris Corcoran of Medford was
the week-end guest or Miss Geneva
Glass. On Sunday other members
or the Corcoran family visited at the
Glass home.
Lois WrlRht spent Friday night
with Irene Charley and attended the
forest pictures at the Grange hall.
Miss Cajrle McAllister has returned
to her home at Grants Pass, after
spending a few days as the gueat of
Mrs. Imogene Charley.
Mrs. Dalke of Fern valley spent
Friday with her mother, Mrs. Monla.
Other guests at (he Monla home were
Miss Sylvester and Miss Hutchlngs.
Meetings which are being held each
evening In the schoolhouse are largely
attended and enjoyed. They will con
tinue through this week and all are
welcome. Miss Hutchlngs and Miss
Sylvester are In charge.
Mail Tribune Daily
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Rushes
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Steep flax
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through the
winter
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touching
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food
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50. Metrical foot
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STERLING, March 20. (Spl.) W.
H. Davis la busy planting the family
garden.
The school teacher, Mrs. George
Brownlee, and her husband motored
to Crater lake March 25.
Mrs. Laura French of Red Bluff,
Calif., visited relatives and friends
here.
Wallace Dutton and family have
been visiting friends and relatives
for the last few days.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Knlps were In
Medford March 24.
Mrs. Albert Larkln has returned
home, after spending some time In
Medford.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver and aon mo
tored to Medford March 24.
A dance was given here in the
Community hall Saturday evening. All
enjoyed a good time. Refreshments
were served at midnight.
Frank Greaser of Medford Is doing
some carpenter work for F. P. Dutton.
He will be here a few days.
J. D. French was riding the range
Monday, looking for some of his
cattle.
Ed Wall and family, who have been
in Klamath Falls for the last six
months, hahve returned to Sterling
creek.
Alton Brownlee and family will
leave here thla week for Klamath
Falls, where he will be employed
lumbering.
Lake Creek
LAKE CREEK. March 39. (Spl.)
Mrs. Mack met with the Lost Crk
club Wednesday at the Grange hall
In an all-day cession. "Line and De
sign" wa the subject under discus
sion and Mrs. Mack gave an Interest
ing talk on the subject.
Mra. Emma Wahlers, who made her
home during the winter with Mrs.
E. E. Meyer, la visiting her sister, Mrs.
R..A. Pech at 618 King street, Med
ford. Mrs. J. R. Tyrrell of Dead Indian
soda springs, who has been In Med
ford for a few weeks, receiving medi
cal treatment, returned home Satur
day. Her sister, Mrs. Dow, and
mother, Mrs. Dodge, came out to stay
a few days with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Orlgeby and
children, Dick and Charlotte, have
moved to Medford for the summer,
Donald will remain here until school
closes.
L. J, drlssom and son, Clyde, were
over from Ashland last week, doing
some necessary work on the ranch.
Mrs. Lucy Orlssom and daughter,
Nellie, were here from Central Point
Sunday to visit her son, Everett.
Miss Prances Wilson of Sams Valley
was a week-end guest at the Tonn
home.
A large crowd was In attendance
Sunday at the Lake Creek Sunday
school. In the afternoon Rev. Iveraon
of Medford baptised about 10.
As Telryo Murakami waa about to
burn some old papers In Tokyo he
discovered one was an Issue of the
New York Herald announcing Presl
dent Lincoln's death.
Cross -Word Puzzle
10. Garden Imple
ment
11. Werd of con
sent
IS. Be Indebted
It. Brief
30. Golf term
22. Take as one'i
own
23. Pertaining to
the moon
25. Wooden pins
uaed In ship
building 27. Monkeylike
animal
28, Growing out
30. Half ems
31. Automotive
fuel: colloq.
32. Imprecations
37. Revolve
3S. Light brown
21. Deciding
game
42, Short for a
kind of dog
44. Large marine
gastropods
41. Ignoble
47. Feminine
name
45. Uncooked
4!. Female deer
M. Anger
f7. Rpaninh hero
65. At home
DOWN
1, Juice or a
woody plant
I. Artificial
language
I. Clergyman
4. Ffilthful
I. Place for stor
ing water 4
I. On condition
that
7, Spread to dry
I. Kpochs
9. Globe
Centred Point
CENTRAL POINT, March 39. (Spl.)
Home Extension unit will meet In
all-day session April S at the Orange
hall. Mrs. Mabel Mack will demon
strate and assist In the cutting and
fitting of dresses. Ladles are to bring
patterns and materials.
Covered dish luncheon will be
served at noon. All ladles of the
community welcome. Meeting will be
from 0:30 a. m. to 3:30 p. m.
R- A. Smith spent last week with
friends at Malln and Klamath Palls.
Missionary aoclety met Thursday
with Mrs. Louis Crimea, 17 ladles
being present.
President Misa Helen Carlton who
recently returned from Santa Bar
bara, presented an Interesting lesson
on Bpaln. Officers were elected with
president. Miss Helen Carlton; first
vice-president, Mrs. Richmond; second
vice-president, Mrs. Webster; secre
tary, Mrs. Grlmea; treasurer, Mrs.
Wytut.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Slyke of Medford
were Sunday callers at the E. L. and
J. E. Merrltt homes. Mra. Van Slyke
Is the mother of Mrs. J. E, Merrltt.
Mrs. Bessie Murphy left Friday for
Klamath Falls and Maltn for a visit
at the homea of Messrs Bob Smith
and John Reber families.
Honoring the birthday anniversary
of E. E. Scott, he and Mra. Scott were
entertained at dinner on Thursday
evening at the home of Mr. Scott's
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. C. G. Duncan.
Messrs. Oliver Obenchaln and Mar
lon Caster left Sunday morning for
Corvallla to resume their studies at
O. S. C.
Mrs. Estella Cobb of Medford and
Miss Viva Liggett of Chicago were
Thursday dinner guests of Mrs. L. H.
Smith.
Mrs. Earl Richmond U recovering
from a serious Illness of several weeks'
duration, and la now at her home In
Central Point.
Mrs. J. E. Merrltt and Ruth spent
Saturday with friends In Medford.
Trail
TRAIL, March 29. (Spl.) Mr. and
Leonard Tuttle of Medford were week.
end guests of Mr. Tuttle's sister, Mrs,
Crafford.
Mr. and Mrs. Jean Hoyd have
moved to the Tom Adams place,
which t(hey rented.
Charley Morgan called on frlenda
and spent the night with Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Ash Monday, then left for
Medford Tuesday for a few daya' va
cation.
Cheater Marrlman and family of
Medford visited his brother, Harry
Merrimnn. Sunday.
Mrs. Floyd Barrett of Fag.a Point
called on friends here Monday,
Wayne AiVi Is working at Ashland
driving a tractor for W. von der Hel-
len on the highway.
Easton McCoy fell and broke hla
right arm.
. Wayne Ash and Mrs. Rena Howe
and daughter, Wanda, spent Sunday
afternoon visiting at the O. M. Cuah-
man home.
Harry Merrlman haa opened the
garage at Trail at the same place he
waa two years ago.
Mra. E. E, Ash called on Mrs. Harry
Merrlman Monda yafternon.
Mr. and Mra. Crafford plan to open
their lunch room In their new build
lng at Trail thla week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Dawson were Sun
day dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs.
Boyd Tucker.
The evangelists are still holding
meeting at the mission thla week.
Elsie Helma of Elk Creek waa visit
ing over the week end with frlenda
here.
Harry Merrlman has painted hla
house and the new lunch room I t be
ing treated to a coat of paint.
Mr. and Mrs. Moore of Butte Falls
have rented a cottage of O. M. Blaeaa
for the summer. Mr. Moore It for
est service man.
The twenty young people who at
tended the surprise party given for
Miss Wanda Howe laat week report A
delightful tme.
Clarence Young, who haa a contract
on the Ttller-Tralt road, la moving
hla equipment to the summit to be
ready to start work soon.
Mr. and Mra. K. E. Hutchinson and
daughter, Shirley, were week-end
guests at his parents' home here.
They celebrated Keva'a birthday with
a dinner Maroh 36.
John Ragndale and family and
Frank Ragsdale were dinner guesta
March 26 of Mr. and Mrs. Wllmer
Ragsdale.
Trail people are all ao happy over
the rain which came when the coun
try needed It ao much and rain waa
still falling Tuesday noon.
Williams Creek
WILLIAMS CREEK, March 99.
(Spl.) William Ladles' club enter
tained their families and frlenda at
the hall Wednesday, and a board of
trutea for the community hall waa
truateea for the community hall waa
yenra; Mra. F. E. Wood, for two years,
and Mrs. Harry Cougle, for one year
Refreshment were served and an en
joyable evening waa spent,
Arthur Vineyard haa traded hla
place on Wllllama creek for property
near Grant Pm and la putting In a
meat market. The building u an at
tractive on with shake exterior and
Is located on the out,h side of Rogue,
river on the Pacific highway.
Alfred Elder, George Rlncade and
Billy Wilson left last week for a trip
through California, Oklahoma and
! other aouthern and eastern polnta.
j They expect to be gone a month or
. six weeks.
Mra. Hallowell of Oakland, Cal., la
1 vuitlnc aaugbtu, Mx. Qo
Hlnesman, who, with her Infant son.!
George, has Just returned from the
maternity home at Grant Pass.
Gleneva and Bobby Boyoe of Grants ;
Paaa spent last week as house guests j
at the R J1. Lewman home.
Bill Turvey Is staying at the Hart
man home and assisting Vern Hart
man operate his shingle mill.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Holland have t
purchased a large Incubator and ex-
pect to raise several hundred chick-,
ens and turkeys thla summer. j
Ernestine Klncade la In school i
again after having been absent lor Tuesday with a dinner honoring Har
aome time because of an ulcere diold Fish, who la leaving Ashland toJ
tooth.
Hunter family 1 repairing and re-'
building bulldlnes and fence on the !
Mollte Hall place, whioi they have
leased.
Work la progressing slowly on the'Dce" HI. la not improved.
Wllllama creek bridge. Several men
have been laid off.
Jack Wlsecarver is logging off his
timber and hauling it to the Amoaj
Smith aawmlll. John Kincaid la as-
elating him cut the logs.
Mrs. Doc Mansfield Is nursing at
the Kradel home. CUve Davidson has
been caring for Mr. Kradel at night oiowgow. Mrs. James Lennox led
for aome time. Mr. Kradel's condition community elnging. Mrs. w. A. Strat
Is reported unimproved. ton rearf . D.DW on Indi. MlM
' "M ved PM cf
500 baby chicks last week from a
hatchery in Colorado. They are of a
heavy strain,
M. L. House received a shipment
of baby White Leghorns from a
.hatchery In eastern Oregon last week.
Dick Gibson has Improved in
health so much that they have de
cided against their trip to southern
California, but will go to Spokane
Instead for a abort visit with rela
tives. Harry Boat had his tonsil out one
day laat week and la getting along
nicely. His eye. which was badly In
jured aome weeks ago with a tennis
ball, Is healing rapidly and will leave
no bad effects as feared at first.
Mra. Addle Klncade and daughter,
Mrs. Arthur Pratt, hav returned to
Williams Creek after spending sev
eral months In Berkeley, Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Roberts re
ceived a box of orange blossoms for
their forty-t,hlrd wedding anniversary
from San Bernardino, Cal. .
Reese Creek
REESE CREEK, March 39. (Bp!.)
A largej crowd attended the program
given Friday night at Reeae Creel:
achool houae.
Mr. and Mra. Emmett Alkena of
Portland were given a charivari Sat
urday night at Mr. and Mra. Clarence
Alkena',
Mr. and Mra. Everett Evenalwr and
Mra. W B. Pulton drove to Crater
lake March 18 with the caravan.
Mr. and Mra. Jerry Roblneon of
Marshfleld are vlaltlng Mr. and Mra.
Scot Boyer for a fow daya.
A ahower waa given for Mr. Mar
ahall Mlnter March 31 at Mra. W. E.
Hammel'a. Thirty-two ladle were
preaent. She received many beautiful
gift.
Riviera
RIVIERA, March as. (Spl,) Clay
Daniel and Johnnie Bllea received
word of the death March 33 of their
alater, Mr. Virginia Beaaley of Loa
Angelea. v
Mr. and Mr. R. L. Miller, Rowland
and Phylll Miller were vlaltlng Bun
day with Mr. and Mr. George Lance.
Oeorge Woolrldge of Mleourl Flat
waa a vlaltor here laat week.
Mr. and Mra. Veltle Bllea, Mr. and
Mra. Blane Bllea and Mr. and Mr.
Harry Kewman and little aon apent
Sunday evening at the D. L. Bllea
home.
Mr, and Mra. Bedford Bllea were In
dold Hill March 36.
Mr. Ted Dolu apent March 31 with
hey mother, Mra. John Roo.
J. O. Yackle of Central Point waa
here Friday with the Rawlelgh
product.
Valley View
VALLEY VIEW, March 39. (Spl.)
Mr. and Mra. W. O. Stratton and little
daughter, Betty and Jean, and Mr.
and Mr. A. Simpson of Hornbrook
were vlaltor and dinner gueat of
Mr. and Mra. W. A. Stratton laat
Monday.
Mr. Wm. Olenn. who haa been 111
for the paat 10 day Vlth severe
sore throat and cold, la much Im
proved. Profeor and Mr. Arthur Sawyer
and baby aon of Myrtle Point, were
vlaltor, at her parents, Mr. and Ma.
L. H. Gallatin' one day laat week.
Fred Deford and bride have moved
Into th houae formerly occupied by
Aimer Hlckola on the Oeorge Nlckol
pUce, where he la employed.
Mr. Hamilton and family of Ander.
aon creek have moved to the L. O.
Penland ranch, which they have
rented.
F. Nutter wa a bualneaa visitor
here laat week.
Mr. Barne of Eugene, with th
federal land bank man and hi wife
were buRlnea vtaltora here last week.
E. T. Newbry and aon of Talent
have leaaed the C. W. Qlaagow
property.
Frank Stratton was a dinner gueat
at the Merrick Thornton home In
Aahland Tuesday.
Albert Mnlake, who la attending
Ran Jose Normal, was a visitor at
the Stratton home Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Rrueggel of
Medford railed here Sunday.
Mr. and Mra. Frank Davis of Ash
land called hern Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Blhbee of
Sacramento visited at the F. Claris
home Sunday.
Mrs. Hsrold Bostwlck of Malln Is
spending a week at the home of her
mother, Mrs. F. Oarle.
Mra. H. J. Carter, Mlas Bernlra
Carter, Mis Frances Cramer and
Hugh Carter called at the Olenn
home Sunday.
Rev. E. C. Piper and daughter. Id
May, Mr. and Mr,. T, W, rub and
Keith Lennox were dinner guests at
the J. Leslie home Sunday,
Mrs. Elmer Wilson and Mrs. J.
Leslie spent Wednesday In Medtord,
being luncheon guest of Mrs. For
ayth.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stratton, Franlt;
Strntton and Mr. and Mrs. E. C,
Gardner attended the Elks annlver-
Mry PMY -n Ashland Tuesday,
Mra. H, R. Westerberg and Mra. Don
Lowe were Medford and Ashland
visitor Saturday.
Mr- n Mrs. J. Leslie entertained!
Join the army. Ouests were Mr. and,
Mrs T- w- riBn' MlM Mildred Coata,
Ml8S Dorothy Islle. Keith Lennox
!Rn Harold Fish.
Mrs. Agatha Brandenberg, who ha
! Mr. and Mra. Jack Leslie and baby '
I daughter of Ashland visited the J, R.
I Leslie's Wednesday.
Valley View Community club held
its march meeting the 23nd with an
attendance of about 30. After a short
business session presided over by thj
vice-president. In the absent of Mra.
Iflernlce and Mis Beatrice Wlrth then
, , d two . d M N u
H(lwk , , .. and
the Plow" by Wlllard Price, followed.
by community singing. Mra. H. L.
Hawk, Mr. J. R. McCracken and
Mrs. A. H. Da venn ill then served ""
freshment
Mrs. J. R. McCracken, accompanied
by a group of Ashland ladle, at ,
tended a woman's home missionary
executive board meeting at Miss CarU
ton' at Central Point Wednesday.
THE GRANGE
Phoenix Grange.
Phoenix Orange met with an at
tendance of 54, among whom th) 1
following visitor were) present:
Worthy Master Taylor and wife) of
Applegate, Mr. and Mra. Benson from '
Central Point, Mr. Sims of Jackson-.:
vllle. Mr. Bell of Bellvlew and Mr. '
Leady of Roeeburg.
Mr. Leady gave a short talk on th
cooperating organltlng effort of thi .
turkey ralrer of the valley, which waa .
well received.
No little atlr of anticipation waa
felt among the Orange members when,
a, doflnlte date waa set' for Saturday
evening, April 7, when the dramatld ;
committee will put on an Xrlah oper
etta, "The Wlhlng Well," In threes ,
act. Further announcement e
the caat will be made later.
Following the operetta, m danc and
entertainment will oonolude the even- .
lng In the Orange hall. Arrangement ,
are being made to take care of a larg
attendance and It la hoped that every
one who can will attend. The publlej
la cordially Invited.
The following oommlttee) wa ap
pointed by th home economic com
mittee for th April 10th meeting,
Mr. and Mr. Ward, Mr. and Mr.
Woods and Mr. and Mr. Marshall.
The agricultural committee brought
in a comprehensive report of the agrl- .
cultural committee of th Orange)
and the Chamber of Comment, who ;
met with the dealers of the valley at)
the Chamber of Commerce, March 30.
concerning th veal situation In the
valley.
Bright Spots
(By United Press.) :
Western Union Telegraph company
report 1933 net Income of M.3M.833,
agalnat net loss of MJ.895 In 1933.
Illinois Central railroad report
freight loading laat week wer 38.- '
805 care, agalnit 33,304 cars In sim
ilar 1933 week,
Natomas company earn February
nit profit of 107.938, against ISS.iosI
In February laat year.
Newmont Mining corporation de
clare dividend of 50 cent a har.
first payment since April 13, 1931.
Crown Cork and Seal company
eama 1933 net profit of 1930.538,
agalnat net loa of 150,099 In 1933.
Pears Yesterday
NEW YORK, March 38, (AP) (0.
S, D, A.) Pear auctions No car ar
rival. One Oregon, on Washington '
unloaded. One car on track.
Oregon D'Anjoua: 883 boxes fancy,
3.75-4.35, average, 83.99.
Washington Nells: 853 boie. 81.91
3.30, average, 81.98; D'Anjoua, 830
boxes extra fancy 83.85-8.97, average,
3.74.
CHICAGO, March 38. (AP) (U.S.
D. A.) Pear auction: One car Wash
ington arrived; none on track; ona
car aold.
Oregon Nells: 368 boxes extra fancy
13.30-3.88, average 83.70: 333 boxe
fancy 83.33-3.75, average 83.38.
DOGS ANDCATS SUFFER
FROM STRANGE DISEASE
NEWBERO, Or.. March 39. (UP)
8. T. White. Yamhill county agent,
revealed today a mysterious malady la
preying on dogs snd cats In many
sections of the Willamette valley.
Stomach and bowel of the animals
are affected, he said. Many valuabla
pet hav succumbed to th dlaeas.
Dixit Dunbar of musical comedle
and movies made her flrat stage ap
pearance at the age of 3 In Atlanta,
her home.
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