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MEDFORD MSIE TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, ORECOX. FRIDAY. APRIL 20. 1931.
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copy changes lM
Phone 75
FOR WANT ADS
T'lOST AND FOUND
JSund- Pair tortoise-shell glasses.
F?Owner may have same by paying
lor ad. Tribune offlce
frSrAt Economy Meat Market,
lady's brown coin pu.se containing
tlO bill- Reward. 15 Chestnut
CTnder Phone 44B-R or call at 700
VI. 10th.
oST Dining table and 6 chairs,
between Medford and roots Creek
Reward. Notify Weeks & Orr or
Mrs. Hess. Grants Pass.
LOST Bunch of keys on key tamer.
Reward. Leave at Mall Tribune.
LOST-Leather-bound wicker fishing
basket, Sunday. Reward. C. W.
Newland, Gold Seal gmery.
LOST Lady's brown silk handbag,
containing keys, etc. Reward. Re
turn to Tribune.
LOST If dog missing, call 1616.
WAITED -FEMALE HELP
OTSMWciNOTthS home. For
efficient help. Mrs. Harper, Holland
Hotel, -i-eicyuvi.o
WANTED Housekeeper In country
home. Box 865, Tribune.
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED A blight 'cutter
355-R-2.
Phone
WANTED-SITUATIONS
WolNTTsTu'nmcumbered, wants
housework. Go any place. Refer
ences. F. E. Conlee, Eagle Point.
Telephone. 27-X-10.
SESSSKMEBPEB 1 desires
position. References,, write Box 871.
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS
WANTEDTbuTmen's good I usable
clothing, Jennlng's Loan Office, 41
.South Front St.
WANTED To rent modern 5 or 6
room unfurnished home. Box 873,
Mall Tribune.
WANTED--?00 feet 3-lnch iron pipe.
525 N. Central.
WANTED Best light car 20 cash wlil
buy. 811 Bennett.
OOLD PLACER WANTED Will buy
or lease. Writs full Information,
614 West 11th, Vancouver, aalv
WANTED 2nd hand furniture. We
buy. Mil and trade. Berrydale 2nd
Hand Store. 1603 North Rlvers.dc.
Telephone 266.
WANTED Laundry completed, 50c a
dozen. Telephone 603-J.
FURNITURE TRUCK going to San
Francisco soon. Would like load
back. See us for rate. Phone 833. F.
E. Samson Co.
WILL PAT highest cash price for your
poultry and eggs. See us before
you sell. Medford Poultry and Eg!
., Co. Phone 18.
WANTED Lace curtains to launder;
work guaranteed; 25c up. 244 So.
Orape.
FURNITURE re-upholstered. Phone
969-R. Thlbault.
WANTED Raw furs, hides, pelts and
wool Joe Konop. 120 Sc. Central.
Across from Montgomery Ward So
WANTED wool st mohair. Top prices
See J. J. Osenbrugge.
WANTED Wool, mohair, hides and
pelts See us before you sell. Wool
bags and twine for sale. Medford
Bargain House. 37 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 2nd hand gooda and Junk
Pat's, 1506 Prune St. Phone 847-L.
WANT TO BUY 1939 rord. Must be
cheap 833 W 2nd
WANTED Household goods, stovea
tools or what have you. Medford
Bargain House. 27 N Orape St Tel
1062.
WILL care for elderly sick people In
my home. Phone 437-X.
JUNK WANTED
We pav cash tor JUNK BATTER IF
AND RADIATORS ALUMINUM.
BRASS COPPER and unk of all
descriptions
MEDFORD BARGAIN HOUSE
27 Noi Orape Tel 1063
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT Close In. 5room modern
stucco suburban house; 3 acres deep
garden soil: electricity, water. Rent
113 00. EARL TUMY, 310 Liberty
Bldg.
FOR RENT-HOUSES
FOR RENT Modern furnished 4-room
house. 804 Bennett. I-tjulre 928
So. Hamilton.
FOR RENT Modern furnished 4
room house: sleeping porch, garage.
A bargain to the right party. SC4
Bennett Ave.
FOR RENT 6-room house, unfurn
ished, newly done over, good loca
tion, 115.00 a month, water paid.
Inquire 624 N. Holly. Tel. 743-J.
NICE clean house, modern, 6 rooms
and 2 sleeping porches, wood shed,
garage. Price 125.00. water paid.
147 No. Holly.
NICE 7-room bouse for rent. C&U at
817 W. 10th.
FOR RENT 6-room modern house,
turn., piano. 1013 W. 0th., W. H
Everhard.
FOR RENT 5-room house. 3 bed
rooms, on Mistletoe. Inquire 376 Bo.
Central.
HOUSES HO. $12.50 and 15, water
paid; wood range. Phone 106.
FOR RENT Homes, furnished or
unfurnished. Brown & White.
FOR RENT 6-room house, 19 No,
Peach, 1S.00. Inquire 320 No. Oak
dale. FOR RENT 324 W. Jackson. Phone
406-R-l.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
FOR RENT Apts. 334 Apple.
COMFORTABLY furnished front
apartment In Mall Hrlbune Bldg.
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 Trlbupe.
2-ROOM APTS. 525 No. Riverside.
FOR RENT ROOM BOARD
PLEASANT rooms, board.
Oakdale.
FOR heated sleeping rooms call 1399-L.
ATTRACTIVE rooms 404 6. Grape.
BOARD AND ROOM at 716 E Main
Rates very moderate.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
ROOMS
FOR RENT Sleeping room, close in;
hot and cold water, shower. 20 So.
Plr.
FOR RENT
MISCELLANEOUS BACHELOR CABINS 146 So. Front.
FOR RENT Improved 3 acre tract,
garden land, close In. Part fruit and
berries. 402 E. Main.
FOR EXCHANGE
WILL TRADE thoroughbred Angora
wool rabb ts for good young dairy
cow. D. O. Garrison, Jacksonville,
Oregon.
TRADE Tent for wood. Sell house
hold goods. Rosa Akers, Bessie St.
FOR SALE OR TRADE A good work
horse for late model Ford coupe
414 3. Riverside.
EXCHANGE Purn. re-upholsterlng
for lumber, wood, fish poles and
reels. Phone 969-R.
FOR SALE OR TRADE White electric
sewing machine for ught sedan
Box 638. Tribune.
FOR EXCHANGE REAL
ESTATE
40 ACRES, 1 mile east 'i north Sams
Valley school; good terms, see it
make offer, move In. oerner.
ROSEBURG Acreage near New So:
dlers' Home. Wonderful location
for beer garden, camp ground, gar.
denlng. All city conveniences. Ex
change for Medford property or
what have you? Clear lor clear.
No lunk. Room 223. Jackson Hotel,
Medford. or 8837 N. E. Dolores Ave.,
Portland.
FOR SALE or trade for clear city
property, 124 acres, close In. mostly
river bottom, free water lor part,
60 cultivated, god Improvements,
Stocked and equipped, S8500. 15
North Fir. Phone lei.
FOR TRADE Willamette valley farm
200 A., 15.000. Want river bottom
farm near Medford of equal value.
Box 11744, Tribune
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
WHEN you think of real estate, tblnk
of Brown a wntie.
LARGE LOT Fruit and nut trees
excellent soil Sacrifice t250. Write
Box 56. Mall Tribune.
OUR better quality chicks Insure real
profit. White Leghorns 8c, April 18.
7'fcc. Rocks and Reds 9c April 18. sc.
Catalogue. Jenks Hatchery. Tangent.
Ore.
FOR SALE LIVESTOCK
FOR SALE 60 ewes and lamb; 1
team hordes, harnesa. 117 Morton
St.. Ashland, Ore.
FOR SALE A-l milch cow and
heifer. 145.00; milk separator, $10,
Geo. William. Rt. 1, Oold Hill, Del
Rio Orchards.
FOR SALE Fresh cows. Adolf
Schulte. Beagle, Ore.
FOR SALE DOGS PETS
FOR SALE Pedigreed Boston Terrier
pups. Mrs. E. Doerschuk, Rt, 1
Central Point.
COCKER SPANIEL puppies. Mrs,
Jack Thrasher, Jacksonville. Tel
173.
FOR SALE POULTRY
AND EGOS
RED SETTING EOQS Phone 4-P-4.
PURE Bronze torn, Cockerana prtie
stock 15. Jesse NeiL Rt l. Ashland
HENS with chicks. Carley. TeL 258-X
bTbTThIcks - Reds 9 per 100;
White Leghorns 18 per 100 Parcel
post prepaid, Charles L. Good. So
356. Eugene. Ore. Com. Cert. No.
9839,
FOR SALE
MISCELLANEOUS
2-H.P. ENGINE and pump and ISglH
wagon. Riiey Myers, box ccn
tral Point.
FOR SALE Water Illy bulbs. I. D.
Canfteld, Coleman Creek road. Tel.
H-F-22.
FOR SALE 4-burner Hotpoint elec
tric range, $25. 211 No. Oakdale.
FOR SALE 4-inch centrifugal pump.
Hi-Way Exchange, south of Phoenix.
BALED ALFALFA HAY for sale in ton
lots or lese. 13aj0 per ton. Tel.
1366.
FOR SALE 2-h.p. gasoline engine.
Hi-Way Exchange, south of Phoenix,
FOR SALE: Manure. J. A. Manke,
two miles east of Jacksonville, tf
FIELD CORN SEED Jackson County
Feed company, 4th and Bartlett Sts.
HAY, wheat, corn, rolled or ground
barley. Can deliver. C. A. Devoe.
523-J-3.
FOR SALE CHEAP Punch bowl and
aiandard, and 13 glasses. See Lib
erty Market.
SEE the D. A. V. Trading Post for
used furniture. Light repairing or
all kinds, and car washing and
greasing. 35 South Riverside.
FOR SALE Furniture, chairs, tables.
beds,, etc. 714 Welch St.. off W.
Jackson.
FOR SALE Tomato plants, 50c per
100. Stewart Ave., 3rd house east
of Orchard Home Drive.
ARSENATE OF LEAD 9c lb. Jackson
County Feed Company. Phone 803.
SOME, REAL BARGAINS In used tools;
1 Garden Seeder
1 Corn Planter
1-Horse Cultivator
3 Tractor Plows
3 Tractor Discs .
1 Corn Binder
Tractors
2 Fordons
Wagons
Mowers
1 Roller
4 Sprayers
Ice Box
1 Corn Sheller.
HUBBARD BROS., INC.
CLOSING OUT our stock of Dodge
repair parts left on hands. Will give
50 discount on any of these parts
in our stock. Eakin Motor Co.. Hud
son and Terraplane dealer, River
side Ave. 1st door south of Western
Auto Supply.
TURKEY STARTING PELLETS Hod -
gen -Brewster's famous turkey start
er in pellet form. Jackson CounLy
Feed Company, 4th and Bartlett.
SUDAN GRASS 7c per lb. Jackson
county Feed company, 4th and
Bartlett Sts.
SAND, gravel, sediment, teamlug
plowing. Phone 012-J.
FOR SALE Used sewing machines, all
makes; terms If desired. All makes
rented and repaired. White Sewing
Machine Co.. Z4 N. Bartlett.
VERY choice long spurred Columbine
plants. Phone 1173-Y. Call at 1002
W. Uth.
FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES
FOR SALE '25 Chev. coach and '25
Chev. roadster with box. Hi-Way
Exchange, south of Phoenix.
FOR SALE Model T Ford touring,
electric washing machine. Bargain.
Route 4. Box 77.
MISCELLANEOUS
WALL-PAPER CLEANING, lc per q.
ft. Mr. Black. 310 No. Bartlett.
FLY SPRAY Kills, flies, keeps them
off cows In pasture; 90c gallon.
Jackson County Feed Company, 4th
and Bartlett Sts.
JOHN H. LOCK Painter and Decora
tor. First-class. Reasonable. Tel.
953-R. Res. 124 King.
MONEY LOANED
On anything of value.
We buy. sell, trade or exchange.
CECIL JENNINOS
New location 41 So. Front.
REAL SILK HOSIERY MILLS, Indian
apolts. Mrs. Gertrude Stead, local
representative. 623 South Ivy. fel
930-R.
LAWN Mowers sharpened. Medford
Cycle Shop, 23 N. Fir. Phone S61
FURS cleaned, repaired and glazed
Coats rellned. Medford Cash and
Carry Cleaners. Phone 1700.
DENTISTRY Dr. 1. H. Gove. 235 E
Main.
BUSINESS CHANCES
IXNCH AND BF.Eb"'
FOR SALE OR LEASE Jack and Jill
Confectionery at Myrtle Point. Most
attractive, - modern equipped, place
In Coos county. Ideally located for
theater and tourist trade. Will give
responsible, experienced party at
tractive proposition. See Paul Me.
Elwaln nt Bay Motors, Marahfleld.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Abstracts
JACKSON CO.
ABSTRACT CO.
Abstract of TltU ana
Title Insurance The
only complete Title
System In Jackson
County.
MURRAY ABSTRACT CO. Abstracts
of Title. Rooms 3 and 0, No. 33
North Central Ave. upstair.
Eiperirvrnilow Cleaners
LET OEOROE DO IT Tel. 1173
House Cleaning. Floor Waxing. Ori
ental Rug Cleaning specialty
Painting and Paperhanging
M. A. BLISS Painting and paper
ha.ni? I ng. Tel 046 W o.3 8 Grape
Money tu Lend
WE LEND MONEY ON FURNITURE
AND LATE MODEL AUTOS.
Three per cent per month on un
paid balance No other charges See
W. B. Thomas. 45 South Central,
ground floor craterlan Theater
Bids Bute License No 8-167.
Transfer
kE'NKrNO TRUCKJNO 0 Trans
fer and t tora.se We haul anything
at a reason sole price. Ill No Fir
Street, phone 333,
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
BADS TRANSFER & STORAGE CO-
Offtce- 1016 No. Central, phone dl6
Prices right, dervtve guaranteed.
HAWLEY TRANSFER Expert pack
ers and movers Special livestock
moving equipment. Prices right
619 North Riverside Phone 1044-X
Job Printing
MAIL TRIBUNE JOB DEPARTMENT
Best equipped plant in southern
Oregon. Printing of aU kinds; book
binding; loose leaf ledgers and
blanks, billing systems, duplicating
caa.h sales slips and everything in
the printing lines. 28-30 N. Grape
Phone 75.
LEGAL NOTICES
Summons.
In the Circuit Court ot the State o(
Oregon, In and for Jackson County.
FANK A. HENSPETER and REVA
HENSPETER, husband and wife.
Plalnaffs,
vs.
ELIZABETH ANDERSON, widow of
JOHN ANDERSON, deceased: the
unknown heirs of ELIZABETH AN
DERSON, tf deceased: the unknown
heirs of JOHN ANDERSON, de
ceased; JAMES T. GLENN and MIN
ERVA GLENN, husband and wife;
the unknown heirs of JAMES T.
GLENN and MINERVA GLENN. 11
either be dead; T. T. MCKENZIE
and REBECA McKENZIE. (also
known as REBECCA McKENZIE),
husband and wife; the unknown
heirs of T. T. McKENZIE and RE
BECA McKENZIE. if either be dead:
E. D. POUDRAY and S. A. FOUD
RAY, (also known as E. A. FOUD
RAY). husband and wife; the un
known heirs of E. D. FOUDRAY
and S. A. FOUDRAY. If either be
dead: L. DANFORD. also known as
L. DUNFORD: WALTER SIMMONS
and JANE DOE SIMMONS, his wife,
If married, true name unknown: the
unknown heirs of WALTER SIM
MONS and JANE DOE SIMMONS,
If either be dead; L. McDANIEL
(also known as LOUIS McDANIEL,
also known as LEWIS McDANIEL)
and JANB DOE McDANIEL, his wife,
if married true name unknown;
the unknown heirs of L. McDANIEL
and JANE DOE McDANIEL, if either
be dead: T. W. Johnson and JANE
DOE JOHNSON, his wife, if mar
ried, true name unknown: the un
known heirs of T. W. JOHNSON
and JANE DOE JOHNSON, If elthjr
be dead: J. M. PRUETT and JANE
DOE PRUETT. his wife. If married,
true name unknown: the unknown
heirs of- J. M. PRUETT and JANE
DOE PRUETT, if either be dead;
STELLA LEVY, a single woman, also
1 known as ESTELLA LEVY, also
known as ESTELLE LEVY and
CELIA MAOLEY, also known as
CELIA MAEOLY. also known as
MRS. A. H. MAGLEY. also known
as MRS. A. H. MEAGLEY and LEO
levy, (sole and only heir at law
of JENNY LEVY, deceased), the sole
and only heirs at law of O. KAR-
EWSKI, also known as GUSTAF
KAR.EW5KI, also known as o. kar.
ENSKI. deceased, and JOHANNA
KAREWSKI. his wife, deceased;
STELLA LEVY, a single woman, also
known as ESTELLA LEVY, also
known as ESTELLE LEVY, as Ad
ministratrix da bonis non of thi
Estate of G, KAREWSKI, deceased:
A. H. MAGLEY, husband of CELIA
MAGLEY, also known as CELIA
MAEGLY, also known as MRS. A.
H. MAGLEY, also known as MRS.
A. H. MEAGLEY: JULIUS KER
EWSKI; the unknown heirs of
JULIUS KAREWSKI, If dead; JEN
EATTE STIOOE, (also known as
JANETTE STIOGE. also known as
JEANEATTE KAREWSKI); the un
known heirs of JENEATTE STIOGE.
if dead; FREDERIKE ZUBER, (also
known as FR3DERIKE ZULSOR,
also known as FREDERICK ZUL
SOR, also known as FREDERICK
KAREWSKI); the unknown heirs
Of FREDERIKE ZUBER, If dead
PAULINE LEVY, (also known as
PAULINE KITTO) and W. C. KIT
TO, husband and wife, deceased;
Mail Tribune Daily
ACROSS
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breath
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explosion
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12. Canal in New
York state
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14. Meadow
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biological
taw
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alon
15, Southern con
stellation
19. Drinks one's
health
31. Polished sur
faces for
throwing
back light
26. Native me tali
26. Son of Judah
11. The present
month
81. Lubricant
32, Former rulers
14. Card with one
spot
SR. Untrue
37. Peacock
butterfly
3S. Wild plum
39, British legis
lature tL Express In
words
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the unknown heirs of PAULINE
LEVY and W. C. KITTO. deceased;
LOLA McINTIRE. also known as
LOLA M. McINTYRE, widow of W.
I. McINTIRE. also known as W. I.
McINTYRE, deceased: B. D. Mc
INTYRE. J. E. McINTYRE. W. B.
MMNTYRE. MRS. R. N. McINTYRE
FINNEY. MRS. J. S. McINTYRE
SAWYER, sola and onlv heirs at
law of W. I. McINTIRE. also known
as W. I. McINTYRE, deceased; R.
N. FINNEY, husband of MRS. R. U.
McINTYRE FINNEY; J. S. SAWYER,
husband of MRS. J. S. McINTYRE
SAWYER; LUKE RYAN and ETHEL
RYAN, husband and wife; and also
all other persons or parties unknown
claiming any right, title, estate.
Hen or interest in the real estate
described in the complaint herein;
A. A. SCHRAMM. Superintendent of
Banks of the State of Oregon, De
fendants. To each and all of the above named
Defendants:
In the name of the State of Ore
gon, you, and each of you. are hereby
required to appear and answer the
Complaint of the Plaintiffs on file
herein against you. or otherwise plead
thereto within four (4) weeks from
the date of the first publication of
this Summons.
And you are hereby notified that if
you fall to appear and answer the
Complaint of the Plaintiffs as re
quired herein, or otherwise plead
thereto. Plaintiffs will take a. Decree
agnlnst you for the relief demanded
in said Complaint; A succinct state-
ment of which is aa follows, to-wlt: !
For a, decree of this court forever I
quieting their title in fee simple in :
and to the following described prem- j
lses lying and being situate in Jack
son County, Oregon, to-wlt:
Commencing at . a point 3.55
chains North of the Sou tli west cor-,
ner of Section 33, Township 37, ;
South of Range 3, West of the1
Willamette Meridian; thence North
20.95 chains; thence East 7 chains; i
thence South 11 chains; thence,
South one degree, 50 minutes East.i
fl.95 chains; - thence West 7.33
chains to place of beginning--.
Also beginning at the Southeast
corner of the Southeast quarter of!
the Southeast quarter of Section,
31, Township 37. South of Rano
3. West of the' Willamette Merld- j
ian; thence North 30 chains: thence
West to a point where the sams
intersects with the West side of the
Jacksonville and Applegete County
Road; thence Southwest along the
West side of said road, to where
the same intersects the South line
of the Southwest quarter of the
Southeast quarter of Section 31,
Township 37, South of Range 2,
West of the Willamette Meridian; I
thence East 35 chains, more or less,
to point of beginning, which tract
of land is the same land as that
which was deeded by A. F. McCrary
and Sarah W. McCrary to W. I. Mc
Intlre. recorded In Volume 60. page
527, Deed Records of Jackson Coun
ty, Oregon, all In Jackson County.
Oregon,
free and clear from all and any right,
title, estate, lien or interest that you,
and each of you, may have or claim
therein or thereto, and forevnr bar.
ring and estopping you or any of you
or any person who may now or here
after under or throne h vou r-inim
right or title to said property adverse
to the plaintiffs herein, and that oil
apparent imperrectlons or clouds up.
on the title of Plaintiffs' land be for.
ever removed and such other and fur
ther relief as may seem meet and
equicaDie in the premises.
This Summons is published In the
Medford Mail Tribune by order of the
Honorable H. D. Norton, Judge of tho
above entitled Court duly made tho
4th day of April, 1934.
The date of the first publication of
this Summons Is April 6. 1934.
O. H. BENGTSON.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
126 East Main Street.
Medford, Oregon.
WINDOW GLASS We sell window
glass and will replace your broken
windows reasonably. Trowbridge Cab
inet Works.
Cross -Word Puzzle
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11, Nets for
catching
rabbits
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30. Serpent
31. Covering of a
building
32. Silkworm
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a wild
region
21. Morbid breath
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39. Sacred Image 1
30, Karly English
court
33. Thlnm bard
to solve
33. Stirring up
36. Health resort
38. Daubi
40. Uesume
41. Roman bronze
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vine law
4. Parts worked
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MONUMENT AT
Tho spot at Apache, Ariz., where Geronlmo and his band of fierce
Apache warriors capitulated to General Nelson A. Miles In 1886 has
been marked by a memorial made of native stone. The monument
(above) was built by the city of Douglas with CWA funds. (Associated
Press Photo
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Sardine Creek
SARDINE CREEK, April 20. (Spl.)
Mrs. Eva Nowton returned home
Saturday from a two weeks' visit In
Portland with her daughter nnd son
- In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Suther
land, Charles Herman of Medford visited
his mother, Mrs. Julia Griffiths, one
day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wright and chil
dren and Mrs. Nina Husenberry and
daughter, Mabel, spent Sunday after
noon at Mrs. and Mrs. S. A. Dusen
rordy's. Billy Elhart of Ashland spent Sat
urday and Sunday with relatives
here.
Ralph and Alice Dusenberry and
Nina Croft attended the baseball
game In Grants Pass Sunday, be
tween Oold Hill una Grants Pass.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Smith and Dora
and Jean Smith were Gold Hill call
ers Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Rose Gay and Alice Harper
of Riverside called Monday at Mrs.
P. L. Walt's and also at Mrs. Lily
Dusenberry's to see her fine display
of tulips now blomlng.
Among thoso from here who at
tended the dance In Sams Valley
Saturdoy were Ralph Dusenberry.
Charles Smith,' Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge
Smith, and Mrs. Nina Dusenberry and
daughter, Mabel.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Elhart and son,
Billy, of Ashland; Mrs. Eva Newton,
Curtis Miller and Lorena Seifrldge
wore Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. p. L. Walt, the occasion
celebrating t,he birthday of Mrs. El
hart and her mother, Mrs. Newton.
In tho afternoon the party otored
up the left fork of the creek to call
at the Studwell home and to view
the new log house they are building.
W.hen completed It Is expected to be
one of tho show places of the coun
try. Mrs. Eva Smith and children were
Oalllng Tuesday on Mrs. S. A. Du
snberry. Blossom Durkee, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jess Durkee , a Junior In
the Oold Hill high school, won first
prize In shorthand In the typing and
shorthand contest held In Ashland
Saturday. Two other girls In the
school, Jean Hammersly and June
Moore of oold Hill, won first and
second In typing.
4
Sams Valley
SAMS VALLEY, April SO. (Spl.)
Program given Friday evening by the
Ladles' club entertained a large and
appreciative audience. Three one
act plays were given by the Antloch
and Sams Valley groups, Interspersed
with music and singing. The plsys
were "Not a Man In the House,"
"Going Somewheres" snd "What
Husband Don't Know."
W. W. Edlngton sold several head
of fat beeves Wednesday to a meat
buyer at Marshfield.
Mrs. Wales and children of Wlom
Ing are visiting with the former's sla
ter, Mrs. Chas. Hutchison.
Mrs will Wybark has as house
guest for several weeks .her sister from
California.
Senator and Mrs. Miller of Joseph
ine county called on Mr, and Mrs.
Oeorge Ourrett Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Dodge and chil
dren of Medford accompanied the
Wilson family to Orants Pass Sun
day. The party visited the pansy1
gardens while In that vicinity,
Mrs. Rslph Koger was taken to
the Community hospital Tuesday
morning with threatened pneumonia,1
from w.hich she is satisfactorily re
covering, j
1 ;
fiherlff for 3 Years. (
DEDHAM, Mass. (UP) At 86,
Ssmu'l H. Capen Is still on the Job.
He's been sheriff of Norfolk county
for 3.1 yesrs. For 31 yeara before that
be was deputy sheriff. . .
SURRENDER SITE
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Briefs
Central Point
CENTRAL POINT, April 30. (Spl.)
Saturday morning Fred Loflond met
wivu (juimm uvvmciib Willi. auin$
lariii wgm yviui a beam oi two norses
and two . mules that separated on
either side of a tractor, getting the
driver , down. He suffered several
torn ligaments. Dr. Clancy was called
to attend t.he patient, who la getting
along as well as can be expected.
Frank Smith of Portland, en route
from San Francisco to his home,
stopped over Friday night for a visit
with his sister, Mrs. E. w. Smith,
and family.
Mrs. Cornutt entertained with
welner roast Saturday evening for a
large group of young people from the
Christian Sunday school.
Largest crowd seen on the streets
of Central Point for several months
was on Friday afternoon and evening
to witness the grand circus parade
by the high school girls. A huge
crowd attended the evening show In
the gym. A substatntlal sum was
added to their treasury. Much credit
Is due to the teachers, the girls and
all who contributed to the success
of the occasion.
Play given in the Odd Fellows' hall
Wednesday night! "For the Love of
Mike," by the Medford order of I, O.
O. F. and Rebekah lodges was en
Joyed. .
Mrs. Lorlle Mlnnlck entertained at
dinner Saturday In honor of the
birthday anniversary of her brother,
Richard Hale.. j
Homemakers' enrerence win be an
all-day session In the Christian
church at Medford, April 35. A cov
ered dish luncheon Is to be served
at noon. A good attendance is de
sired. Mrs.' Arden Tyrol! will be hostess
to the H. E. C. April as at 3:80 p. m.
Several cases . of measles are re
ported among the school children,
but none of a serious nature.
ST. LOUIS. Mo., April 30. (UP)
Jack Dempsey said here today that
if Max Baer's manager, Ancll Hoff
man, wanted him to train Beer for
his forthcoming fight with Champion
Prlmo Camera, "I'll have him win-1
nlng from Prlmo,, ' I
"But it's going to cost Hoffman i:
pretty penny to take the Job," he,
added. "Training that play boy Is
worth Important money.
"If Mr. Hoffman thinks It's worth
while to make me an offer to pre-!
pare his champion, why, I'll take hold '
of the big tap dancer." i
Dempsey, en route from Dallas, !
Tex., to Detroit, Mich., to referee a
wrestling card, aald he believed Bar
i could whip the man mountain if he
la In ahape for the fight, !
"if he is in shape that's the an- i
swer."
All kinds of iga, olanks for saie
for rent, no hunting no trespassing
and other cards for sale at Commercial
Printing Dept of Mall Tribune.
100 Little Oirlt .
WANT ED
AOEfl 4 fo 8 VRMIS
To Appear In Diamond Jubilee
Pageant Apply
Eve Benson
Dance Studio
' t'pntalra Opposite Rtalto
Phone 1111
Mnndnr, 10 a. m. and 3 p. ni.
Courthouse
News
i Furnished by the Jackson Count
Abstract Co 131 B Sixth Street)
Marriage Licences
Stanley V. Reed and Myrtle R. Mc-
Anulty.
Circuit Court
State of Oregon vs. Wesley Oeddei
Orand larceny.
Dap,hna Clay vs. Clifford W. Clay
Divorce. Ella C. Westerlund et al vi. 0. L.
Reynolds et at Foreclosure.
Sterling Mining Co. et al vs. A. I?.
Brockway Restitution and damages.
Anna M. Puhl vs. Fred Puhl Di
vorce. Paul Prince assumes the business
name of City Auto Wrecking.
Maude A. Holmes. Grace E. Holmes
and H. C. Holmes assume the busi
ness name of T he R. A. Holmes
Agency.
Gerald Pearce by Paul E. Pearce,
guardian, vs. Robert Boyd and Rob
ert E. Boyd Damagea,
Heal Estate Transfers
Leah Stlnsman to Stephen C. Kess-
ler et ux Q. C. D. to lots 13 and 14,
Bellevlew tract, Twp. 39 S., R. I Z..
W. M., except .503 acres.
James. Carlton Embry et ux to
Oeneral Petroleum Corporation of
Collfornla w. D. to land In lots 4
and 5. bloclc 1, Wllleke's Add. to
Medford.
The First National Bank, of Ash
land to Ray Spencer et ux W. D. to
land In Sec. 11, T. 30 S., R. 1 E.,
W. M.
Ray Spencer et ux to the First
National Bank of Ashland W. D. to
lots 17 and 18, block 1, H. L. White's
Add. to Ashland.
Elmer N. Chllders et ux to Jackson
County Building & Loan Assn. W.
D. to lot 13, block 9, Laurelhurst
Add. to Medford.
Malcom E. Owen et ux to C. S.
Akers et al Q. 0. D. to land In Seo.
31, Twp. 40 8., R. 4 W. W. M.
P. R. Shelley et ux to M. H. Shelley
W. D, to land In bloclc 5, extension
of Siskiyou Heights Add. to Medford.
'Eva Evans Anderson to O. T. Noe
Deed to lots 3 and 4, Sec, 96, bloclc
1, In .... area of Siskiyou Memorial
Park.
Minnie B. Rein to Mildred Lola
Durham W. D. to lot 3, block 1, Mo
roy's Add. to Medford.
Wallace D. Carey to George L. Ca
rey W. D. to land in government
lot 4, Seo. S, Twp. 39 S., R. 1 E.
Herbert Alford et ux to Rachel L.
Alford et ux W. D. to land In Seo.
2J, Twp. 37 8., R. 3 W. W.. M.
First Insurance Agency to M. J.
Hopper Deed to land In Seo. 13,
Twp. 36 8 R. 1 W. W. M.
Walter J. olmscheld, sheriff, to
W. Bernard Roberts Sheriff deed to
N"4 lota 7 and 8, Jerry Sub. DLO 74,
Twp. 37 S R. 3 W. W. M.
State Bank of Ashland to 7. CrouaH
I et ux Q. o. D. to land In lot 4,
a diock s, city or Ashland.
Emerson W. Howell et ux to T.
Crouch et ux W. D. to land In lot
4, block t, city of Ashland.
J. A. Moore et ux to Ely Johnson
Spence et ux w. D. to 1 acre In
DLO 45, Twp. 38 S, R. 1 W. W. M..
Siva O. Person to M. W. Wheeler
et ux W. D. to one-third Interest
8B of SE4 of Seo. 39, Twp. 37 S
R. 1 B. W M.
O. D. Glbbs et ux to J. B. John
son et uv Deed to SE14 of SWVi,
Eft of SW(4 of SWVi, SW' of SWft
of SW!4 of BW)4 of Seo. m, Twp.
30 O., it, 3 W.
I Sheriff to J. B. Thomas et al.
Sheriff deed to W. 30 ft. of Eft of
lot 11, block 86, and W. 80 ft. of
Eft of lot 13, block 86, Medford.
Addle Struble to Agnes Perry W.
D. to W',4 of W14 of SW54 of NE!4
of Sec, 16, Twp. 39 S H, 1 t,
Election Juilge 47. Yean.
OALESVILLE, Wis. "(UP) J, A.
Kellman la willing to wager "10 boxea
of snuff against a hairpin" that he
has counted votes In more elections
than any other man in the United
States. He has set on every elec
tion board in Galesvllle for 47 years.
Puppets Help Co-Ed.
MADISON, Wis. (UP) A child
hood ambition to stage marionette
shows has given Lola Lebow, 30, a
means of earning her way through the
Unlvertlsy of Wisconsin. Her pup
pets perform for fraternities, aororl
ties, and religious and community
groups.
Phone 54a! Well haul away your
refuse. City Sanitary Service.
HAIL
Insurance
in Old Line Companies at
competitive ratei.
H. 0. WILSON
Special Representative,
Hail Department
Charles A. Wing.
Agency, Inc.
109 E. Main St. Phone 728
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