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    MEDFOKD HUL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREGON, SUNDAY, XPRIL 1, 1931
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RATES
Per word first tnsectlon
(Minimum 35c) '
Bach additional Insertion,
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per word
Per line per month, without
copy changes .81.25
Phosie 75
FOR WANT ADS
LOST AND FOUND
LOSwSs bill fold, new black
..- leather, two gold edges. Reward.
j, Return to Tribune.
LOST In front Rlalto theater, south
ern Pacific check, name Homer O.
Hartley. Finder please leave at
Tribune office.
, LOST 11 dog missing, call 1516.
WANTED FEMALE HELP
WANTED Young woman for house
work and care of children. Call
786-M.
WANTED Experienced rellablt girl
for housework. Room, board, 82.60
per week. Box 678,
WANTED Immediately, refined lady
for local work. Teaching, office or
tales experience preferred. Give
phone and address. Box 566,
Tribune.
WANTED Reliable girl for general
housework. References. Box 650,
Tribune.
"WANTED SITUATIONS"
WISHES HOUSEKEEPING Middle
aged lady, neat, good cook, for
motherless home, or gentleman,
drifters don't need to answer. Box
679, Tribune. '
( WANTED MALE KELP
WANTED Man with tractor to plow
25 acres of "sticky". W. E. Mann,
Central Point.
MEN WANTED For Rewlelgh routes
of 800 families In Medford. Reliable
v...-ti nhmiiri ftta.rt earning; $25
weekly and Increase rapidly. Write
immediately. Rawlelgh Co., Dept.
OR-27-D, uaaiana, van.
. mr wni)V.n(Vin PAY
OlIUWl . , . . - -
SEVERAL choice openings in country
and towns lor rename w w
rn mnitnl nr araerlence re
quired. Write Mr. Thomas, Supt.,
426 Third St., Oakland, California.
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED TO BUY Guernsey cowl
fresh or coming fresh. Phone 437-R.
C. C. Hoover.
' WILL PAY CASH for good refriger
ator. Also sell or trade 8-tube
radio, $35. 548 Penn Ave.
FURNITURE TRUCK going to San
Francisco soon, would like load
back. See us for rates. Phone 833.
- F. E. Samson Co.
HIGH WINDS In tall trees break limbs
and cause broken roots, tkim bw,
Box 802, Tribune.
FURNITURE re-upholstered, phone
069-R. Thlbault.
WANT To borrow $1600. Can fumlth
gilt-edge security. Box 528, Tribune.
FURN. re-upholstered. Phone 969-R.
Thlbault.
WANTED Raw furs, hides, pelts and
wool. Joe Konop. 120 So. Central.
Across from Montgomery Werd Co
'WANTED Wool & mohair. Top prlcet.
See J. J. O&enbrugge.
WANTED Wool, mohair, hldet tnd
pelts See us before you tell. Wool
btgt and twine for tale. Medford
Bargain House, 27 N. Grape St.
Phone 1062.
WANTED TO BUY 10-ton mill or
more, crusher, amalgamator. 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 356, 411 E. Main
WANTED 2nd hand goods and Junk
Pat's, 1506 Prune St. Phone 647-L.
WANT TO BUY 1029 Ford. Mutt be
eheap. 833 W. 2nd.
WILL care for elderly sick people la
my home. Phone 437-X.
WANTED Household goods, stoves,
tools or what have you. Medford
Bargain Houte. 27 N Grape St. Tel.
1062.
JUNK WANTED
We pay cash for JUNK BATTERIES
AND RADIATORS. ALUMINUM.
BRASS. COPPER tnd unk of (11
descriptions.
MEDFORD BAROA1N HOUSE
27 NOI 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
drets 2334. care Mall Trioune
FOR RENT-HOUSES
8-HOOM cottar", wood, light di water
'' furnished. 120 per month. Call at
Camp Withut.
FOR RENT 4-room furn. hou! :
Samuel Bivman. 912-J.
j
i ROOMS, steaia best. Ui X, HoliJ.
FOE RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT 6-room modern houte.
turn., piano, luis w. vu. w. a.
Everhard.
SMALL 8-room furnlthed bouse; clou
In. Call 731-X.
FOR RENT 4-room partly furnlthed
nouse. V2 sere, pjowK rvauj w
garden, on boiler Lane. Inquire
718 W. 13th.
FOR RENT Lovely furnished 8-room
modern home, 840.OO. Phont 728.
FOR RENT Nice email house, 3 bed
rooms, sitting room, kitchen, break
fast nook, bath. Phone 680-J-a.
FOR RENT--Furnlshed house. 4 rooms
at 131 South Orape. Call at 301
South Central.
A CLEAN bouse. Close In. Iqulre 218
S. Ivy.
NICE 7-room house for rent. Call at
817 W. 10th.
FOR RENT Homes, furnlthed or
unfurnished. Brown as White.
HOUSES HO. 112.90 and 816. water
paid; wood range. Phone 105.
FOR RENT Strictly modern furnish
ed stucco home. 818 S. Oakdale.
FOR RENT Partly furn. house. 613
No. Grape.
FOR RENT 5-room houae, 3 bed
rooms, on Mistletoe. Inquire 379 Bo.
Central.
FOR RENT Furnlthed houte. 18
Inquire 109 No. Oakdale.
FURNISHED 2 and 3-room apte.;
garage. 604 W. 10th.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
CLEAN, furnished apt. 217 W. 2nd.
COMFORTABLY turnlahed front
apartment In Mall Hrlbune Bldg.
Living room with fireplace; large
I room and bathroom: hot and cold
water, steam heat and lights fur
nlthed; Reasonable rent. Apply at
Mall Tribune.
FOR RENT 4-room clean, furnished
apartment, 331 Edwards St, Geo.
Iverson.
3-ROOM apt.,
Bartlett.
downstairs. 844 N
FOR RENT ROOM BOARD
FOR heated sleeping rooms call 1399-L.
ATTRACTIVE roomt 404 a Grape.
BOARD AND ROOM at 716 B. Main
Rates very moderate.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
ROOMS
FOR RENT 3 well furnlthed rooms.
Phone 749-Y or Inquire 317 East
Jackaon.
FOR RENT Room, reasonably, for 1
or 2 girls; cooking privileges. Girls1
Community Club, 229 No. Bartlett,
FOR RENT.'
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR RENT 40-acre farm.
Tribune.
FOR EEirr Cow pasture cheap. In
quire Blackwell Hill Service station.
FOR RENT 40 acres; 3-room houae,
down wood; 810 month. Mrs. Chat,
L. Wilson. Central Point. t
FOR RENT Improved 3 acre tract,
garden land, close In. Part fruit and
berries. 402 E. Main.
FOR EXCHANGE
WANTED TO TRADE Young Short
horn cow, good much cow. Chat. s.
Gray. Gold Hill.
WILL TRADE Dodge Victory Sport
Roadster and '31 Ford Pickup for
late model seasn. box o-s.j. iTioune.
EXCHANGE Furniture re-upholster-lng
for lumber, wxxi, fish poles and
reels. Phone 969-R.
EXCHANGE Furn. re-upholsterlng
for lumber, wood, lian poles and
reels. Phone 969-R.
FOR SALE OR TRADE White electric
sewing machine for light sedan
Box 638. Tribune.
FOR EXCHANGE REAL
ESTATE
FOR TRADE Willamette valley farm.
200 A., 815.000. Want river bottom
farm near Medford of equal value.
Box 11744. Tribune
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE OR TRADE Jacksonville
property for Medford property. Box
636, Tribune.
BETTER INVESTIGATE thle partly
Improved 40; trade fair to you;
tome crop, cow, etc., if tct now.
Gerber, l ille east, 4 north Sams
Valley ac.ool.
20-ACRE RANCH
All creek bottom toll; good 8-room
nouse; tpiendid dairy barn: ever
flowing stream. Located 11$ ml.
from town. Sacrifice price, 84200.
Some termt ,
ALSO
10(4 tcret good, free toll, a.! In
Bsrtletts 8 yrt. old. Price 81,000;
500 cash, btltnce to suit respoa
slble ptrty.
CHAS. A. WING AGENCY, INC.
Phone 728. loo E. Mtln.
WHEN you think of real tittle, think
of Brown Whtlt.
LARGE LOT Fruit and nut treat.
excellent toll Stcriflct 8350 Write
Box 66. Mall Tribune.
FOR SALE LIVESTOCK
FOR SALE Freth cowt. Adolf
Schultz. Beaale, Ore.
FOR SALE Team of mulct Henry
Kerby. Talent.
FOR 8 ALE DOGS-PETS
FOR 6 ALE Chetepeake & flpsnlel
nunaicA. 132 Elm 6t.
ROLLER, (Aasij fMioala, UHa9'
FOR SALE POULTRY
FOR SALE Plymouth Rock letting
eggs, 40c setting. Baylor, 10 N.
Riverside. Tel. 915.
BABY CHICKS Reds 10 a hundred.
White Leghorns $0 a hundred. Chat.
Lt Good, Box 350. Eugene, Ore.
RED SETTING EGGS. Phone 4-F-4.
PURE Bronte tomt, cockertn't prtte
stock. 15. Jesst Nell. Rt. 1. Ashland
HENS with chicks. Oarley. Tel. 35S-JC
OUR better quality chlcka Insure real
profit. White Leghorns 8c, April 18,
T.io. Rocks and Reds 8o April 18. Sc.
Catalogue. Jenkt Hatchery, Tangent,
Ore.
FOR SALE
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE OH stoves, radio and fruit
Jars. 629 N. Central.
FOR SALE Alfalfa hay. baled or
loose. Local, non-lrrlgated alfalfa
teed. Tel. S23-J-4. Otto Nleder
meyer. FOR SALE All household furniture
and piano. 726 Welch St.
CLOSING OUT our stock of Dodge
repair parts left on hands, will give
50 discount on any of these parts
In our stock. Eakln Motor Co., Hud
ton tnd Terraplane dealer. River
side Ave. 1st door south of Western
Auto Supply.
FOR SALE Used tewing machines, all
makes; terms If desired. All makes
rented and repaired. White Sewing
Machine Co., 24 N. Bartlett.
A RAINBOW GARDEN of glads. 100
large No. 1 bulbs, not less than 40
varieties. Value $5 or more for
(2.50. One Jumbo Plcardy free
F. H. Reum. 022 South Oakdale.
FOR SALE Cow, Incubator, broow
sow. Box 669, Tribune.
FOR SALE Kentucky Wonder seed
beans. Reasonable price. 1 mile
South of Phoenix. P. L. Brown.
FOR SALS Well-filled Blue Club
wheat, $1.50 per hundred, Vilas
Ranch.
FOR SALE for storage, 1 Monarch
electric range, like new, 1 lawn
mower, 1 loe box. Davis Transfer,
39 So. Orape.
FOR SALE 4 tons alfalfa grain
by, 7 per ton. Box 634 Tribune.
SACRIFICE 1 Home Comfort ram,
good as new. S. Leslie, 1405 So.
Riverside.
VERY choice long spurred Columbine
plants. Phone 1173-Y. Call at 1002
W. 11th.
FOR SALE 700 boxes good Newtown
apples; orchard run. 25o box. W. H.
Watt, Phone 468-R-2, Medford, Ore.
FOR SALE Furniture, chain, tables,
beds, etc 714 Welch St off W.
Jackson.
SAND, gravel, sediment, teamlug,
plowing. Phone 912-J.
HAY, wheat, barley, rolled or ground
O. A. DeVoe. Phone 623-J-3.
FOR SALE Easy Washer electric
washing machine. C. R. Demmer,
Phone 849.
FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES
FOR SALE Model T Ford touring,
electric washing machine. Bargain.
Route 4, Box 77.
MISCELLANEOUS
I LOAN MONEY on anything of value.
cecu Jennings, cor. Main & Front,
LADIES' Beautiful Silk Hose, slightly
Imperfect, 6 pairs, 91.00, postpaid
Satisfaction guaranteed. Economy
Hosiery Co., Asheboro, N. C.
MAKE Red Faint 35 gal. One coat
covers old wood. Lasts 5 to 10 years,
Instructions. oOo coin. V. Fuson,
Roseburg, Oregon, Rt. 3.
TWO MONTHS free pasturage for 200
to 400 head of sheep or goats. Owen
Oregon Lumber Sales Co.
FURNITURE MOVING Quick, rell
able service. Let us quote you rates
on local and long distance hauling,
We are bonded carriers. Phone 833,
F. E. Samson Company.
FLOORS cleaned, waxed and polished
for 1.00. Phone 774-R-3.
REAL SILK HOSIERY MILLS, Indian
apolis. Mrs. Gertrude Stead, local
representative. 623 South Ivy. fel.
930-R.
PALMIST -323 Kennet street, Berry
dale. LAWN Mowers sharpened. Medford
cycle snop, Z3 w. Fir. Phone 261.
NOTICE TRUCK OWNERS If you
naven 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
13, Palm Bldg.
INCOME TAX Let me prepare your
income tax return, years or experi
ence. Both State and Federal are
now due. Fred L. Colvlg, 525 8
Central. Phone 73 5 -J.
FURS cleaned, repaired and glazed
joais reiineo. Mrarord Cash and
Carry Cleaners. Phone 1700.
TOOROU O HB RED stallion service
Box 139. Spring street.
MININO PROPERTIES If you hare
nrapony to sen or wun to ouy. see
Oeo. S. Barton. 83 N. Orape St
DENTISTRY Dr. I. H. Oove, 235 E.
Mam.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Abstracts
JACKSON CO.
ABSTRACT CO.
Abstract of TltU and
Title Inturanot Tbt
only complete Title
Bysta.ro In Jackson
County.
MURRAY ABSTRACT CO. Abstract
of Title. Rooms 3 and A, No. 8a
North Central Ave, upstairs.
"Expert 'Window CJraneri "
LET OEORGE DO IT Tel. 1173
House Cleaning. Ploor Waxing. Ori
ental Rug Cleaning specialty
Tainting and raperttanginjc
IM. A. BLI3 Painting tnd paper- 1
bacfilc. TeL Oifl-Wj 443 f, Qip.
BUSINESS DIRECTOR?
Money tu Lend
WB LEND MONEY ON FURNITURE
AND LATE MODEL AUTOS.
Three per cent per month on un
paid balance. No other chargeo. See
W. E. Thomae, 46 South Central,
ground door craterlan Theater
Bldg. State License No. 8-167.
BADS TRANSFER A STORAGE CO.
Otfloe 1018 No. Central. Phone (15
Prlcet right, service gutranteed.
HAWLEV TRANSFER Expert pack
art and movera. Special livestock
moving equlpmont. Prlcet right
610 North Riverside, phone 1044-X
Job Printing
MAIL TRIBUNE JOB DEPARTMENT
Best equipped plant in southern
Oregon. Printing of all kinds: book
binding; loose leat ledgers and
blanks, billing systems, duplicating
caah sales slips and everything In
the printing lines. 38-30 N. Orape
Phone 76.
Transfer
REiNKINO TRUCKING O. Trans
fer and storage. We haul anything
at a reatonaole price. Ill No Fir
Street. Phone 332.
E FILM AT
CRATER1AN TODAY
Everything one could expect In a
scandals revue It brought to the
screen In Oeorge White's show, which
opens today at the Craterlan theater.
Inspiring music, beautiful women at
tired In beautiful clothes, comic
numbers, t kiddles' revue and even
fine dogs, find their way Into
"Oeorge Whlte'a Scandals."
If anyone can stretch his Imagina
tion enough to visualize Rudy Vallee
attired at a beau brummel of the
gay '90t and singing "The Man on
the Flying Trapeze," he might alto
appreciate the crooner as a Scotch
man pushing a baby buggy and ting
ing something about every 'day la
father's day to baby.
The feminine ttar, Alice Faye, It
quite the tlnger, dancer, and lover,
and It one blonde reason why Oeorge
White chose her for the tcreen In
terpretation of his show.
Then there la Gregory Ratoff, who
makes you wtnt to scream by always
.having something or other he wanta
to sell Oeorge White. Adrlenne
Ames, with her beautiful, pouty lips,
Is even the Inspiration for a flghc
backstage.
Charlea Laughton, who starred In
"Henry VIII," probably will enjoy
seeing himself Interpreted by Clif
ford Edwards. The latter declares
"history repeats Itself" for both
he and the king had tlx wives.
Some of the most unusual pho
tography seen here In some time ap
pears In the scandals, with beautiful
glrlt In beautiful dresset dancing
across the words of a song, and one
sprightly little mist emerging from
a cocktail glass. The baby fan dancer
will also bring many a laugh when
she appears with all the other chil
dren In a chorus number.
But Jlmmle Durante, In his negro
number, accompanied by a chorus of
graceful girls, lt not to be over
looked for as a mammy singer Du
rante will tell you "than why dar
klet were born."
Deep river is one of the shallowest
of North Carolina's major streams.
Mail Tribune Daily Cross -Word Puzzle
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AS BANKS ESTATE
(Continued trom page one)
The debts are for wages and material.
Wortman testified that when he
heard of anyone who -ranted to buy
an orchard he Investigated and en
deavored to make a sale.
Janet Ouches, one of the creditors,
testified she hsd typed the letters
sent to creditors and that she was
advised the foreclosures could be
voided and reverted to bankruptcy,
but later learned this was "not true."
The creditors thought the move would
give them orchard cash, Instead of
the mortgage.
Howard A. Hill testified that the
Pepper-Taylor orchard was not In as
good condition as then Banks held
It. He was called In rebuttal to
Wort man 'a testimony that It was
now In better ahane. Wortman tes-i
titled some of the Banks property
was located on the Hill orchard. j
Attorney Charles Reames testified
that he had made an effort to se
cure Information from Banks in
prison as to the whera bouts of as-;
sets, but Banks had refused to give
any Information. The attorney asked
and answered his own questions. !
Evidence showed the financial af
fairs of Banks to be highly Involved,
with three separate estates, and that
difficulty had been encountered In J
determining to what estates the as
sets discovered belonged. I
William Warren
William Warren passed away at a
local hospital after an Illness of the
past several months. Mr. Warren
had lived In Medford for many years
and was very well known among the
older settlers. Born In 1863 In New
York snd aged 71
He leaves one niece residing In
O rants Pass, Ore. Deceased was a
, member of the Cathollo church. Ser
r vices will be held at the Sacred
! Hearth Catholic church Monday
I morning at 10 o'clock, Father Francis
I W. Black officiating, interment will
j take place In Siskiyou Memorial park.
! Prayers will be .held at the Perl Fun
leral Homo Sunday (this) evening at
7:80.
Elizabeth Ixm.se Robinson
Elizabeth Loutse Robinson, 7-year-old
daughter of Mrs. Mabel Robinson
of Gold Hill, passed away In a local
hospitnl Friday forenoon.
The family came to Gold Hill from
California about four years ago. and
the father, Lllbert Robinson, passed
away in 1032.
Besides the mother, Elizabeth
Louise leaves one sister, Josephine
Robinson, who is with her mother at
Gold Hill.
' Funeral services will bo held under
auspices of the Christian Science
church at the graveside in the Gold
Hill cemetery at 2:30 Monday with
Conger Funeral Parlors directing.
City Warrants Called for Payment.
Notice Is hereby given that there
are funds on hand in the General
Fund of the City of Medford for the
redemption of Warrants Nos. 1B95 to
2249 inc. Interest on the above war
rants will cease after April 1. 1034
GUS H. SAMUELS,
City Treasurer.
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measures
9. Japanese
admiral
10. Part of
speech
11. Measure of
superficial
extent
20. Greek letter
21. Sailor
23. Broker's fte
25. Article ex
pressing 1h
views of a
newipnper
26. River In Sout
Africa
27. Other
31. Arranged In
thin plates
or layers
29. Overhanging
shelters or
shades
80. Notion
31. Laceration
24. Support for
furnlturs
17. West Indian
sorcsry
It. FsmaU salnti
abbr.
41. The Kmersld
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44. Emmets
47. High mountain
41. Enemy
to. And not
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Vetchlike
plant
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loom
DOWN
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Obituary
BIGGER
"TV iJh.V
An Interesting contrast which
shows the greatly increased
value in the 1934 cars as com
pared with their predecessors
is afforded by the comparison
given in this illustration be
tween a standard Terraplane
of 1933 and its successor, the
standard Terraplane of 1934.
The drawing of the 1933
Terraplane has been made to
the enact scale of the 1934 car
and super-imposed upon it
with the center of the front
wheel hub coinciding. It will
be noted that the 1934 Terra-
COAST BARTLETT
PACK LIMITATION
PORTLAND, March 31. (AP) The
conclusion that the future welfare
of the Bartlet pear Industry on the
Pacific const lies In a limitation of
the total pack was reached at a two
day conference of representatives of
the industry, concluded here.
A definite agreement was reached
as to the necessity of limiting the
coast pack In order that the pear
growing Industry on the coast may be
preserved.
Dr. William A. Schoenfeld, Oregon
. State college, presided at the con
I ference which was attended by rep
resentatives of growers from Medford
and Hood River districts In Oregon,
I Yakima and Wenatchee districts In
I Washington, and Santa Clara, Baa
rsmento, Eldorado and Contra Costa
in California, who met with dele
gates from the California Canners
committee, the Northwest Canners'
association, and representatives of the
agricultural adjustment administra
tion. Unusually low returns to growers
of Bartlett pears In recent years
were laid to the Increased acreage
which has come Into bearing, and
that the only solution rested in lim
itation of the total pack.
BURKE IN DENIAL
HE
PORTLAND, Ore., March 31--AP)
A denial that he had withdrawn
from the gubernatorial race "In fa
vor" of Rusfus C. Hoi man waa Issued
here Friday by State Senator W. E.
Burke of Yamhill county .
Burke, who several weeks ago an
nounced his Intention of campaign
ing as a progressive Republican, said
he later decided to withdraw "to
prevent further division of the pro
gressive vote."
"I have not yet said X wilt sup
port anyone," the senator declared.
'SAMPLES' IN AD
ST. LOUIS, March 41. (AP)-rhe
use of samples, or swatches of ma
terial in newspaper advertising la In
augurated. In the Sunday edition of
the St. Louis Post-DUpateh by a city
department store.
Prank M. Mayfleld, in charge of the
new type of advertising astd "this
definitely Is step forward In the
field of advertising. It la the first
time that the use of actual swatches
has ever been attempted In an adver
tisement In a metropolitan news
paper."
More than 1,000,000 samples of ma
terial were used In the advertisement
developed and scores of workers were
required to attach the swatches to
the lasuea of the Post Dispatch.
CLEVELAND, Mtrch SI. (AP)
Alvtnl.y Johnston, grtnd chief of the
motherhood of Locomotive Engineers
and C. Htlrllng Smith were sentenced
to serve from one to 80 ytrs In Ohio
sttt penitentiary for musppllcatlon
of fundt and fl entry linked with
the fsllure of the closed Stindurd
Trust bank of Clevelin4.
RAILROAD UNION
CHIEF SENTENCED
AND ROOMIER
W -t'W'JV " 5 ... , v--iowsr,,
plane, which, incidentally, Is
the largest car in the lowest
price field, exceeds in every
dimension.
It has a longer hood and due
to the different shape of the
body, particularly in the rear,
considerably more passenger
room per inch of wheelbase has
been secured. It will be noted
that in the 1933 car, like most
others of the same year, the
curve is inward, whereas on the
1934 model.there is an outward
flair which adds over 8 inches
to the inside space in the rear
comDartment.
E
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Missing from horns for about thru
and a half hours, Arthur Davis, two-
year-old son 01 William Davis, who
resides bouvoen Buncom and Sterling
mine on Sterling creek, was found
last night by a Mr. Wall. The oh I Id
was en route to tnother place ownod
by hit father, whlcn waa about two
mllei from their home.
Three ittta policemen tnd a deputy
sheriff went from Medford to tld In
the search, hut retched the Davit
home tbout fifteen mlnutet after
Wall had returned the boy. wall told
tna ouicera that the child had got
ten almost to the other farm when
he found him.
Wall tald he taw the little fellow
from behind a tree, and called: "It
that you Arthur?" The boy tald:
"ies, let me."
FEDERAL SPENDING
BELOW ESTIMATED
I DEFICIT
WASHINGTON, March 81. (AP)
The treasury will have to acoop mon
ey out of tt gold-lined bint at a rat
of more than a million and a half a
month If the government la to have
a t7,000,000,000 deficit June 80,
estimated by President Roosovelt,
The third quartor of the fiscal year
ended today with emergency expendi
tures still keeping to levels far be
low those officially forecast by the
administration, In submitting the
budget to congress.
Figures for all but the !att two
daya of the month showed all gov
ernment outlays totalled but a llttlt
more than S3, 600.000, 000.
At a result, the huge borrowing
program that had been planned hat
oeen tnarpiy curtailed. Mr. Roosevelt
told congress early In January the
government would have to borrow
$6,000,000,000 In new money before
June 80, In addition meeting maturl
tlea totalling 4,000,000,000.
Since then new tecurltlet Issues
have aggregated teoo.OOO.OOO, while a
total of something lest thtn 11,000,
000,000 in maturing Ittuet haa been
refunded. Regardless of expenditure!
the i.,000,000,000 refunding program
mutt, of course, be carried out.
The lag In emergency expenditures
wat attributed by officials today chief,
ly to two factors; tht public work,
program still It slow In reaching itt
expected proportion!; repayments to
the reconstruction corporation have
kept Itt needt well below estimates.
For the fiscal year ending June 30,
President Roosevelt told oongreat pub
llo works outlay! wer. expected to
retch 1,977, 100,800. At the dote of
business Msrch 90 they amounted to
$870,903,838.
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CHICAGO, March gl. (API
Former President Herbert Hoover ar
rived here late today by automobile
on what he descrlbod at Just a
"gypsy trip" to visit persons! friends.
He wst registered at tht Drake
hotel, but left a few minutes after
arrival for unannounced destination,
on maturi hit secretary ssld were
purely personal. The former chief
executive expect to return to the
west either tomorrow or Monday.
Tht young or larvae of the gypsy
moth, forest nest, has been found
tiding the wind 3000 feet high.
HOOVER ON TOUR
ARRIVESCHICAGO
FOR 1934
7.
The bigger, more powerful
engine requires a higher,
longer, hood. The radiator is
larger and in every way the
dimensions exceed those of a
year ago and yet, because of
the improvements in the en
gine, the larger size has been
off-set by the increased power
and performance has actually
been improved. A marked
contrast is provided at the
rear of the car due to the fact
that in the 1934 model, the
spare tire is housed within the
contour of the body.
KLAMATH FALLS, March 81.
(AP) Edward H. Pike. 66, promin
ent Klamath county lumberman,
killed himself with a shotgun this
morning. The tragedy occurred at
his home In Pelican City.
Gives Out Clears Anchor NeUson
waa Saturday passing out cigars to
friends. In honor of hit young daugh
ter, Nahldene Loreln, born Friday at
the Community hospital.
The Kansas board of agriculture)
officially recognizee the ttate at a
cotton producer, giving the value of
the 1S33 crop as 813,146.
Synopsis of Annual Statement of Thes
UNITED STATES FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY
of New York, In the State of New
York on the thirty-first day of De
comber, 1033, made to the Inauranca
Commissioner of the State of Oregon,
pursuant to law:
CAPITAL
Amount of capital stock
paid up - a.ooo.ooo.oo
INCOME
Net premiums received
during tho year..... $ 8,073,166.46
Interest, dividends and
rents received during
the year 871,830.41
Income from other eour-
ces received during tht
yesr 439,801.18
Total Income 10.3B3,I98.05
DISBURSEMENTS
Net lossos paid during
the year Including ad
justment exponsct 4,611,308.3
Dividends paid on capi
tal stock during tho
year - 600,000.00
Commissions and salar
ies paid during the
year I.447.477.7T
Taxes, licenses and feet
paid during 'the year.... 383,458.80
Amount of all other ex
pendlturea . 3,474373.07
Total expenditures. 811,316,697.77
ASSETS
Value of real estate own
ed (market value) 448,300.84
Value of stocks and
bonds owned (N. Y,
Ins. Dept. basis) 30,060,639.0
Loans on mortgages and
collateral, etc 1,186,733.4a
Cash In banks tnd on
hand . . . 1,916,488.01
Premlume In course of
collection written since
Sept. 30, 1033 1,413,170.60
Interest and renta due
and accrued . 86.488.99
Other admitted assets... 190.869.36
Total admitted assets, 135 J87.480J8
LIABILITIES
Oross claims for losses
unpaid 1,893,768.00
Amount of unearned
premiums on all out
standing risks ....... . 0,387,466.64
Due for commission and
brokerage and taxes 871.000.00
All other liabilities 169.987.17
Contingency Reserve-... 1,689,848.18
Mortgsge Reserve 100,000.00
Totsl liabilities, exoept
capital 813.457.364.84
Capital paid up 3.000,000.00
Surplus over ill liabili
ties ..... 9.840,098.81
Surplus at regard pol-
icynoiders ...tll,B40,ool.
Total 836.367.450J5
Business In Oregon for the Year
Net premiums received
during the year. 9 99.6B7JV
Losses paid during tht
year . 00,492.0V
Losses Incurred during
the year 70,197.09
Name of Company, United Statea Fire
insurance company.
Namo of President, J. Lester Parsons.
Name of fiecrotary, David O, Wake-
man.
Statutory resident attorney for ttr-
vlce. Insurance Commissioner and
Arthur H. Klnciler, special agent, Pit
tock Block. Portland.
Local Agent EARL . Tl'MY,
Medford, Oregon
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