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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREGON, WEDNESDAY. MAY 2, 193-f.
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.- FOR WANT ADS
jTSdtord streets.
OwneTmav have same by paying
for d. Tribune oflce.
csTl-Headllgr.t rim. Sunday after
noon on N. Riverside, phone 698-H.
LOST One gasoline truck cap on
Orlffln creek road. Reward. Re
turn to Texaco plant.
LOST If dog missing, call 1616.
WANTED FEMALE HELP
WANTED Middle-aged or elderly
lady who wants good home and
small wages; family of two. nox
355. Central Point.
WANTED Experienced waitress. Ap
ply Diamond Cafe. .
WANTED SITU ATIONS :
MIDDLE-AGED LADY wants house-work-
or practical nursing. Refer
ences. . Phone 10-F-13.
A LADY wishes work In a motherless
home. Ross Lane. R. 2,, Box 451
Medford.
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED To buy small 4-room mod
ern bungalow, close In. See Gainer
Realty Exchange, 15 N. Fir St.
WANTED AH persons who love the
old-time religion as taught In the
New Testament, to meet for worship
over the Golden Rule Store, West
Main St., beginning May 6th at
10:30 a.m.
WANTED To buy a small home for
cash from owner. J. H. Coe, 304
So. Ivy.-
WANTED Baby calves. Rt. 1, Box
395, Medford.
LADY driving to Los Angeles May 6,
return May 20. Con take passengers
to share expenses. Phone 720 or
912-J.
WANTED Have an order for woal.
Growers see me at once. J. J
Oschbrugge. WANTED Wood sawing outfit. Write
details to Box 381, Rt. 1, Medford.
WANTED To buy men's good usable
clothing. Jennings Loan Office, 41
South Front St.
WANTED 2nd hand furniture. We
buy. sell and trade. Berrydale 2nd
. Hand store. 1603 North Rlvers'.do
' Telephone 266.
WANTED Laundry completed, 60c a
dozen. Telephone 503-J.
will PAY hlahest cash price for your
poultry and eggs. See ua before
you sell. Medford Poultry and Egg
Co. Phone id.
WANTED Lace curtains to launder;
work guaranteed; 25c up. 244 So
Grape.
FURNITURE re-upholstered. Phone
S09-R. Thlbault.
WANTED Raw furs, hides, pelts and
wool, joe Konop. 120 sc. central.
Across from Montgomery Wsrd Co
WANTED Wool, mohair, hides and
pelts See us before you sell, wool
bogs and twine for sale. Medford
Bargain House, 27 N. Grape at
Phono 1062.
WANTED TO BUY 10-ton mill or
more, crusher, amalgamator. Advise
price and where can be seen. 417
Davis Blag., Portland, ore.
WANTED 2nd hand eoods and lunk
Pat's, 1506 Prune St. Phone 647-L.
WANT TO BUY 1929 Ford. Must be
cheap, 333 W. 2nd.
WANTED Household goods, stoves
tools or what iave you. Medford
Bargain House. 27 N Grape at. iei
1062.
WILL care for elderly sick people in
1 my home. Phone 437-x.
JUNK WANTED
Wi piy cash for JUNK BATTERIES
AND RADIATORS. ALUMINUM.
BRASS. COPPER and unk of all
descriptions.
MEDFORD BARGAIN EtOUSE
' 37 Nol Grape Tel 1062
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR HENT Two 6-room modern
houses. Phone 1008-R.
NEWLY decorated 6-room house. 19
No. Pcsch. Inquire 220 No. Oakdalf
roR RENT Houses. furnnhMl or un
furnished. C. A. DeVoe. 523-J-3
TORN house, ipu. a-, garage. 604 W
10th.
FOR RENT 6-room unfurnished
house at 633 Pine Key at 333 East
Jackson.
FOR RENT - Hornet lurtii.ned o
unfurnished. Btun at Wall.
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT Furnished 5-room house;
2 sleeping porcnes, onwiiwuw,
stationary washtubs, wood and elec
tric range; 122.30. 620 so. Central.
FOR RENT 6-room house. 3 bed
rooms, on Mistletoe. Inquire 375 Bo
Central.
FOR RENT Modern 6-room house,
sleeping porch, basement, garage
and garden plot; close in; 20, water
paid. Inquire 19 N. Fir St.
FOR RENT 6-room house, unfurn
ished, newly done over, good loco
tion, 115.00 a month, water paid
Inquire 521 N. Holly. Tel. 745-J.
NICE 7-room house tor rent. Call at
817 W. 10th.
HOUSES 10. (13.50 and 115. water
paid; wood range. Phone 106.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
FOR RENT Apts. Call evenings at
334 Apple St.
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnlsh
apartments. Carglll Court. Tel. 405.
FURNISHED APT. For rent. 328 N.
Ivy.
2-ROOM furnished apt., 375 So. Cen
tral. FURN. apt. for rent. Call at Apt. 3,
Carglll Court after 5 p. m.
FOR RENT Modern furnlahed 3
room apt. 345 N. Bartlett.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished apts;
shady lawn, 616 N. Central.
COMFORTABLY furnished front
apartment In Mall Hrlbune Bldg.
. Living room with fireplace; large
dining 'room, kitchenette, dressing
room and bathroom; hot and eotd
water, steam heat and lights fur
nished. Reasonable renc Apply at
Mall Tribune.
2-ROOM APTS. 525 No. Riverside.
FOR RENT ROOM BOARD
FOR heated sleeping rooms oall 1309-L.
ATTRACTIVE rooms 404 S. Grape.
BOARD AND ROOM at 716 B. Main
Rates very moderate.
FOR RENT
MISCELLANEOUS
PASTURE for rent Can handle 100
cattle. Wllfly Orchards, Eagle point.
BACHELOR CABINS 445 So. Front.
FOR RENT Improved 3 acre tract,
garden land, olose in. fart rruic ana
berries. 402 E. Main.
FOR EXCHANGE
Enrr-wAWfmi riim. re-uDholsterlmz
for lumoer, wood, iisn poiea auu
reeia. rnone uo-k. .
FOR SALE OR TRADE White electric
sewing machine tor ugnt seaen
Box 638. Tribune.
FOR EXCHANGE REAL
ESTATE
ROSEBURG Acreage near New Sol-
dlera' Home. Wonderful location
for beer garden, camp ground, gar
dening. All city conveniences. Ex
change for Medford property or
what have you? Clear for clear.
No Junk. Room 323. jaexson now.i,
Medford. or 8837 N. E. Dolores Ave.,
Portland.
for TRADE Willamette valley farm.
200 A., (15.U00. want river ootiom
farm near Medford of equal value
Box 11744. Tribune
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE 40 acres good bottom
land, free water, on paved highway
20 minutes from Medrora.
100 acres A-l farm land, improve
ments, 20 5t cash, balance ten years
8 Interest. Price greatly reduced.
c. 0. HUlterue.a, uu iweaiura nuis
FOR SALE Auto camp on lower Col
umbia highway. Price S7.500 00.
Owner L. P. Miller, Astoria, Oregon,
Rt. 2.
for SALE 10 acres excellent soli
7-room modern house; , perpetual
domestic water aupply; mile olf
Pacific highway, south of Medford
Priced to sell. Write P. O. Box 929,
Medford.
WHEN you think of real estate, think
of Brown at wntis.
r ADnir rvr flitilt. an1 nut trees
excellent soli Sacrifice $250 Write
Box 65, Mall Tribune.
FOR SALE LIVESTOCK
FOR SALE Purebred Jersey bull. 3
veara old. cneap lor quick aaie.
Phone 445-W.
FOR SALE Purebred Jersey cow,
coming fresh June 1st: 640. 201
Elm.
FOR SALE OR TRADE One good
work horse, weight about 1500,
Billy Carl, Applegate.
FRESH cowa for sale. W. H. Penln-
ger, Central Point.
FOR SALE Fresh COW.
Schultz. Beagle, Ore.
FOR SALE POULTRY
AND EGGS
RED SETTING EGOS. Phone 4-F-4
PURE Bronze toms, Cockeran's prire
stock. t5. Jesse Nell. Rt i. Ashland
FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES
CHRYSLER sedan for sale or trade for
horses. Jake Myers, central point.
GOOD USED CARS
High grade cars at Reasonable Prices
1PI7 Chrysler eeoan.
1934 Studebaker Sedan.
1931 Chrysler Conv. Coupe.
1929 Packard 8 Sedan.
1928 Hudson Coupe.
1929 DeSoto Sedan.
ARMSTRONG MOTORS. INC.
38 N. Riverside.
FOR SALE '25 Chev. coach and '25
Cher, roadster with box. Hl-Way
Exchange, south of Phoenix.
FOR SALE Model T Ford touring,
electric washing machine. Bargain
Route 4. Box 77.
FOR SALE
MISCELLANEOUS SANI). gravel, sediment,
plowing. Phone 912-J,
FOR SALE
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE 3-lnch pump with 3-lnh
lntaxe, 3-m. pipe ana -in. iwt
valve, 60 ft. 2-ln. pipe, complete
pumping outfit with engine. Cheap.
605 8. Newtown.
NOTICE Mr. Grower Have thirty
gUUQ AyCM:MV hill. It,,., B. K. in
artl 1v.lr nvr vnni r.r-
chard and make you price per tree.
' Will save you money. Phone 258- W
FOR SALE Tractora, aproy rigs.
horses, harness, wagons, and mis
cellaneous farm machinery, orchatd
equipment, and tools, household
goods, and miscellaneous articles
and property. Property may be In
spected and bids are being received.
See J. F. Wortman. trustee In bank
ruptcy L. A. Banks, and Edith R.
Banks, and Suncrest Orchards, Inc.
and deliver bids unto hlin. J. F.
Wortman Voorhlea Crossing, Med
ford. Telephone 0-F-12.
FOR SALE BARGAINS Easy Terma:
Kelvlnator Refrigerator
Frlgldslre Refrigerator
Oriental Rugs ,
Electrlo Vacuum cleaner
Radio
Delco Light Plant
Commercial Finance Corporation.
Phone 31.
HAY, wheat, corn, rolled or ground
barley. Can deliver, c. A. pevoe.
523-J-2.
FOR SALE Manure. J. A. Manke,
two miles east of Jacksonville, tf
FOR SALE Used sewing machines, all
makea; terma If desired. All makes
rented and repaired. White Sewing
Machine Co., 24 N. Bartlett.
FOR SALE Hay grinder and engine
235 no. ivy.
EMPTY FLOUR SACK SALE
A apeclal sale on Flour Sacks, large
size. Is being held by Fluhrer s Bak
ery. They are selling a full dozen
of heavy muslin sacks for 99c the
dozen. The sale will last until the
overatock of sacks is cleaned up.
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR good aandy top soil and fertil
izer, also gravity dump body, call
Andy Overstreet, Phone 69, oare
Medford Concrete Construction Co.
ASK US about saving nearly 60 of
your AtttomoDiie insurance, s. a
Kroschel, 33 N. Grape St.
LAWN Mowers sharpened. Medford
cycle Shop. 23 n. Fir. pnone 261
DENTISTRY Dr. I. H. Gove. 235 E
Main.
JOHN H. LOCK Painter and Decora
tor. First-class. Reasonable. Tol.
953-R. Res. 124 King.
MONEY LOANED
On anything of value.
We buy, eell, trade or exchange.
CECIL JENNINGS
New location 41 So. Front.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Abstracts
JACKSON CO.
ABSTRACT CO.
Abstracts of ritli and
Title Insurance ' The
only complete Title
System In Jackaon
County.
MURRAY ABSTRACT CO. Abstracts
of Title. Rooms 8 and 6, No. 82
North Central Ave- upstalra.
Transler
REINKIHG TRUCKING O. Trans
fer and storage. We haul anything
at a reasonaole price. Ill No Fir
Street. Phone 332.
BADS TRANSFER At STORAGE CO.
Office 1016 No. Central. Phone 316
Prlcea right. 4ervt--e guaranteed.
HAWLEY TRANSFER Expert pack
era and movera Special livestock
moving equipment. Prioes right
618 North Riverside. Phone 1044-X
Wall Paper Cleaning.
WALL-PAPER CLEANING, lc per v
ft. Mr. Black. 310 N. Bartlett.
Expert Window Cleaners
LET OEORGE DO IT Tel. 1173
House Cleaning. Floor Waxing. Ori
ental Rug Cleaning specialty.
CHARLES W. LEMERY, M. D.
Diseases and Surgery of the Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat,
Olasses Fitted.
304 Medford Bldg., Medford, Ore.
Consultation Hours, 10 to 12 and
2 to 5.
Office Phone 567. Res. Phone 1013.
Job Printing
MAIL TRIBUNE JOB DEPARTMENT
Best equipped plant in southern
Oregon. Printing of all ktnda; book
binding; loose leaf ledgers and
blanks, billing systems, duplicating
ca&h sales slips and everything Id
tne printing line. 26-30 w. orape
Phone 76.
Money tu Lend
WE LEND MONEY ON FURNITURE
AND LATE MODEL AUTOS.
Three rer cent per month on un
paid balance. No other charges. 8ee
w. E. rnomaa. 40 ooutn central,
ground floor Craterlan Theater
Bldg Bute License no B-107.
Painting and rapernanglng
M. A. BLISS Painting and paper
hanging Tel 649-. W. a. 3 8 Orape
LEGAL NOTICES
rltv Warrants Called for Pajment
Notice Is hereby given that there
are funds on hand In the Oeneral
Fund of the City of Medford for the
redemption of Warrants Nos. 2250 to
2576 Inc. Interest on the above war
rants will cease after May 2, 1934
Dated this the 30th day ot April. 1934
OU8 H. SAMUELS,
City Treasurer.
Notice of rihrrlff't Male
By Virtue of an execution In Fore,
closure duly Issued out of and under
the seal of the Circuit Court of the
Sure of Oregon, In and for the Coun
ty of Jackson, to me directed and
dated on the 1st day of May. 1934. in
a certain action therein, wherein First
National Bank of Medford. Oregon, a
National Banking Association was tne
plaintiff and J. C. Cass and Gillie
Cass, husband and wife, F. E. Elatrt
and E. F. Elsert, and all unknown
orsons were defendants. In which
action the First National Bank of
Medford, Oregon, 1 National Banking
Association, .re c 0 rered Judgment
against J. C. Cass and Gillie Cass, hus.
band and wife, the defendants, for the
sum of $1600.00, plus Interest at the
rate of 8 per annum from the 17th
day of January, 1932, plus Interest on
said Judgment at 8T per annum with
costs ana aisnursements taxed at
Thirty-six and 45-100 a36.4Si Dol-
lara, and the lurtner sum or one
hundred fifty and no-100 (S150.COI
Dollars, as attorney's fees, which
Judgment was enrolled and docketed
In the Clerks office of said Court In
said County on the 20th day of April,
1934.
Notice la hereby given that, purau-
ant to the terma of the said execu
tion. I will on the 2nd day of June.
1934. at 10:00 o'clock a. m.t at the
front door of the Courthouse In the
City of Medford, In Jackson County,
Oregon, offer for sale and will sell at
public auction for caah to the highest
bidder, to satisfy said Judgment, to
gether with the costs of this Bale.
subject to redemption as provided by
law, all or the right, title and interest
that the said defendants, J. C. Cass
and Gillie Cass, husband and wife, F.
E. Elsert and E. F. Elsert had on the
28th day of July, 1930, or now have
In and to the following described
property, situated in the County of
Jackson, state of Oregon, to-wlt:
Beginning at the point of intersec
tion or the North line of Stewart
Avenue and the Westerly line of the
Pacific Highway In Section 31 Town
ship 37 south of Range 1 West of the
Willamette Meridian, and from said
point running thence Northerly along
said Westerly line of said Pacific
Highway 260 feet: thence Westerly at
right anglea to the Easterly line of the
Right of Way of the O. & C. Railroad
Company; thence Southerly alon.3
said line of said Right of Way to the
Northerly line of Stewart Avenue:
thence East along said North line of
said Stewart Avenue 35 feet more or
less to the point of beginning.
Dated this 1st Day of May, 1934.
WALTER J. OLMSCHEID.
Sheriff of Jackson County, Oregon.
By Olga E. Anderson, Deputy.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale.
By virtue of an execution In fore
closure duly Issued out or and under
the seal or the circuit Court or the
State or Oregon, In end for the Coun
ty ot Jackson, to me directed and
dated on the 17th day of April, 1934.
In a certain action therein, wherein
J. B. Andrews, as plalntlfr, recovered
Judgment agalnat Loretta I. (Law)
vickery. the defendant, for the sum
or Nine Hundred and no-100 ($900.00)
Dollars, with Interest thereon at 6
per annum from the 27th day or Sep
tember, 19J7. together with the addi
tional sum of One Hundred Fifty and
82-100 ($150.82) Dollars, with Interest
tnereon at 6 per annum from April
24, 1930, with costs ana disbursements
taxed at Thirty-three and 76-100
($33.75) Dollars, and the further sum
of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars, as
attorney's fees, which Judgment was
enrolled and docketed In the Clerk's
office of eald Court In said County
on the 16th day of April, 1934.
notice la nereDy given that, pur
suant to the terms of the said
execution. I will on the 19th
day of May, 1934. at 10:00
o'clock a. m.. at the front door or the
courthouse In the city of Medford.
In Jackson County. Oregon, offer for
sale and will sell at public auction for
cash to the highest bidder, to satisfy
said Judgment, together with the costa
or this sale, subject to redemption
provided by law. all of the rlnlit. title
and interest that the aald defendants.
ijoretta 1. iijawi vickery, Clara Lo-
rens uouie ana jonn Doe collie. Rich
ard Law and Jane Doe Law. Wlnnlfrert
Law and Joe Doe Law. Wallace Woods.
and George R. Carter. Registrar of
1 ities or Jacxson county. Oregon, had
on the 8th day or March, 1926, or
now nave in and to the following de.
scribed property, situated In the
uounty 01 Jackson, state of Oregon,
w-wit;
Beginning at the Northwest cor
ner of Donation Land Claim Nn
67. In Township 36 South of Range
2 West of the W. M. and running
thence South 15.67 chains: then.-e
South 66 degrees 37 minutes East
a.wi cnains: thence North 45 de
grees East 3.65 chains; thence South
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of beginning, together with all
water rights appurtenant thereto,
water rights appurtenant thereto, or
to become appurtenant thereto.
Dated thla 17th day of April. 1934.
WALTER J. OLMSCHEID.
Sheriff of Jackson County, Oregon.
By OLGA E. ANDERSON. Deputy.
OENERAL LAND OFFICE, Washing
ton, o. c.
Notice la hereby given that aubject
to the conditions and llmltatlona of
the act of June 9, 1916 (39 Stat. 218),
as amended by the act of May 17,
1936 (45 Stat. 597. Public Nos. 415 and
417) and pursuant to departmental
regulations circular No. 1200 (52 L.
D. 683), the timber on the following
lands will be sold May 7, 1934. at 10:00
o'clock a. m., at public auction at the
u. s. land office at Roseburg, Oregon,
to tns highest bidder at not less than
the appraised price aa shown by this
notloe, sale to be aubject to the ap,
proval of the Secretary of the In
terior. The purchase price, with an
additional sum of one-fifth of one
per cent thereof, being lommlsslons
allowed, must be deposited when the
right to purchase Is awarded by the
Register, but certificate of sale will
not Issue until the purchaser has
complied fully with said regulations,
Circular No. 1200, as to the execution
of the contract of Bale and bond re
quired thereunder. The money de
posited will be returned if sale la not
approved, otherwise patent will Issue
for the timber, which must be re
moved within ten years. Bids will be
received from cltlzena of the United
Statea. associations of such citizens
and corporations organized under the
laws of the United States or any
State, Territory or District thereof
only. Upon application of a quail
fled purchaser the timber on any legal
subdivision will be offered separately
before being Included In any offer of
a larger unit: T. 39 S, R, S E.. Sec.
13, SVVt NE!J, yellow pine 385 M.
dead pine 100 M. red fir 10 M. whlto
fir 85 M.. SE'.i KEVt, yellow pine 435
M. dead pine 120 M. white fir 185 M.
Shasta fir 35 M.. SE'i 6W;;. yellow
pine 640 M. augar pine 63 M. dead
pine 120 M. red fir 75 M. white fir
15 M NEH se4, yellow pine 275 M.
dead pine 310 M. white fir 25 M
NWV4 SEVi, yellow pine 425 M. augar
pine 25 M. dead pine 165 M SW',4
S7SV4. yellow pine 55 M. sugar pine
26 M. dead pine 310 M., SE, SEl'i,
yellow pine 225 M. dead pine 370 M.
white fir 25 M., T. 39 S., R. 6 E., Sec.
19, Lot 1, dead pine 60 M Lot 2,
dead pine 110 M.. Lot 3, yellow pine
170 M. dead pins 25 M.. Lot 4. vellow
pine 626 M. sugar pine 55 M. dead
pine 40 M. red fir 25 M., NEft SW',4,
dead pine 50 M., SE'i sw'i. vellaw
pine 620 M. dead pine 20 M. red fir
15 M NW'4 SEV4, doad pine 30 M..
none of the timber on any ot the sub
divisions heretofore described to be
sold for less than $3.00 per M for the
yellow and sugar pine and $1.00 per
M for the dead pine and rod, white
ana onasta nr; svy, SE',4. green and
aeaa pine 320 M 5Ei BE'4. green
and dead pine 410 M.. none of the
timber on said subdivisions to be sold
ror less tnan $2.00 per M.
FRED W. JOHNSON. Commissioner.
Talent Grangers
Meeting Tomorrow
TALENT, May 3. (Spl.) Talent
Orange will meet Thursday evening
at the Grange hall. Lecturer Mrs.
Harvey Walters will put on a mothers'
day and agriculture program. All
grangers are urged to be preaent.
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Chapter
TATE TROOPER WATSON was In any
off his heavy gauntlets and reached inside
his coat. As his numbed fingers drew forth the plug of strong
tobacco he gazed bitterly around him at the bleak landscape.
"For once the papers are right, it's going to snow," he
rumbled to himself, eyeing the
?ray pall closing In from the north
west. "Rum Boulevard" was the
nickname given this stretch ot lone
ly highway, and It waa along here
that Watson and his confrere! had
spent their fruitless vigil, having
Te hit
been "tipped off" that a "whiskey
caravan" was coming through.
Far ahead, breasting one ot those
rolling swells, an automobile came
Into sight. With languid eys the
State Trooper stooped over to make
a minor adjustment to the motor
feed-line, which bad been giving
trouble and when be straightened up
again he was surprised to see that
the approaching car was much
nearer the spot at which he bad
halted than wns possible with any
regard tor the State Speed Law,
Officer Watson started to swing
his motorcycle around to the road.
But before he could complete the
maneuver the onrushing car came
hurtling by, the sole occupant
crouched over the wheol like a man
racing against death.
The State Trooper's whlBtle
Bounded In frantlo blasts as his
motor roared Into action and be
darted after the reckless driver.
Somowhat to his surprise, his ahrlll
warnings were heeded. The car
ahead came to a swaying, screech.
tng halt, with brakes squealing and
klddlDE tires scoring tne roaa
Officer Watson galled majeatlcally
alongside the driver and rested one
toot on the running board. The car
was a gleaming brown coupe of
nensive make, with an unusually
powerful motor under Its hood. The
window at the left was down, de
spite tho nlpplog chill of the air,
end the driver's bead and shoulders
projected, awaiting the Trooper's
snnroach.
Watson saw a distinguished-
looking gentleman ot early middle
age, his Ane, clear-cut features
graced by a meticulous moustache
and goatee. His face was vaguely
familiar to the Trooper, but the It
cenae-plste on the machine bore no
sacred numerals.
However, the Trooper did not
bring forth any of the time-honored
greetings between tralllo officer end
speedster, such as, SSay. where
d'you think you're goln'T' or
"Where's the fire?" iDstead, be
flipped open his little book and pro
duced a pencil stub from the band
of his cap. "Well, Mlater, what's the
story this timet" ha Inquired with
a deceptive show ot patience.
TUG drlvor's reply was tt calmly
uttered as hit heavy and la
bored breathing would permit. Hit
cheeks were whipped with color tnd
his exhaled breath formed a frosty
Central Point
CENTRAL POINT, My S. (8pl.)
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. T.rrltt wore Sun
day guasu at the home of their son,
Mr. and Mrs. Dade T.rrltt and fam
ily, in honor of tho birthday anni
versary of Mrs. Terrltt, Br.
Mr. tnd Mrs. H. B. Kllbornt have
moved Into their newly acquired prop
erty purchased from Mite Agnes Dun-lap.
MOCKING HOUSE
BY WALTER C.
BROWN
On
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thing but an amiable mood. To begin with,
he had been out nearly the whole of the
night before on a special detail that had
turned out to be a wild-goose-chase, and
now he was tired, chilled and disgruntled.
He ran his motorcycle off the macadam
road and onto a level patch of hard, frozen
ground. Balancing himself on the tilted
machine by one out-thrust leg, he pulled
vapor In the air. "I wns shot at.
Officer. Ambushed, about two miles
back on that road. Look at the wind
shield!"
He climbed out stiffly and stood in
the road while Watson Btared In
astonishment at the glass plate. A
I
surprise, Wat.on't shr'M warnings were
bullet had certainly winged Its way
through there at an angle that must
have missed the driver's head by
the narrowest ot margins.
"There were three shots before I
pulled out of range," the driver ei
plained. "That first one nearly got
me! After that 1 put on speed, but 1
heard the others hit the car. Let's
look." .
An Investigation soon revealed
the course ot the other bullets. One
had slithered oft the left door, the
gouged brown enamel marking its
path, while the third bad splintered
one corner of the luggage grid. Offi
cer Watson looked with renewed In
terest at this dapper man who had
ridden through a deadly ambush.
Did you catch sight of the shooter?"
be asked.
The motorist looked at him Indig
nantly. "Do you suppose I would get
out and look tor this armed person
who wns trying to murder me?" he
demanded with biting snrcasm. "I
kept going at top speed. There were
no other cart In sight and I saw no
one by the roadside," be added. In
more reasonable tonos.
Tho Trooper posed his usual ques
tion. "Got any liquor In that carl'
See here, Officer," Dufresno pro
tested vigorously, "this Is ridicu
lous. You'd bo far more usefully em
ployed In going back along that
road and trying to catch the person
who takes pot shots at passing cars
This was no careless boy with an
air rifle. I'm going through Edge
Hill. I'll report this to the polio
there, ,and show them tho car. Cap
tain Robinson knows me."
The driver brought out hit wallet
and extracted two cards. One wee
the regulation driver's license, the
other his personal calling card. The
light ot recognition dawned In Wat
son's eyes, and his whole manner
changed. Ho returned the cards and
his hand went up to his cap In ready
salute. "Sorry, Mr. Dufresne," he
apologized, thankful that be bad
heeded the cautious Impulse. "I
thought your face looked familiar,
but I couldn't place you for the mo
ment. If you'd been driving your big
car the plats number would have
put me wise. 1 know your tag's In
the iO'i "
"Forty-seven. Officer. This It Mrs.
Dufresne's car."
"You tee, Mr. Dufresne, we've
been having t bit ot trouble out thli
way with hijackers. It't a real tough
stretch of road "
Bi'ta Kappa, O. A. C, announces the
pledging of Oliver Obenchaln of Cen
tral Point, sophomore In forestry.
Mrt. Buckman Is .tillering from a
severe attack of rheumatism at her
home.
Ladles' Bible class of the Federated
chiirchea will meet Thursday, May 10,
at the home ot Mrs. L. C. aflmes.
Mr. and Mrs. Perle Bonnet htve
moved back to town tnd are occupy
In their own home.
Mrs. R. P. Wilbur or Nntales. Arlr. ,
daughter of Rov. and Mrs. J. M. John
UFRESNEs raised hand cut
short Watson's flow of words,
and a alow amlle transformed hls
Jrawn features with a kindly charm.
",'o harm done, Officer, and no need,
to apologize for doing your duty!
but we're not all bootleggers." j
W.Uson threw him a keen look.:
"I'll ride back there and see what I
can And," he said. "Can you remem
ber the exact spot, Mr. Dutresne?"
Tho motorist looked off into the
distance, his brows knlttod In con
centration. "I had just passed under
a concrete bridge, a railroad bridge,
I think It was, There was a long
illp In the road, then a rising curve.
Thoro were high banks on ench Bids
ot tho road. 1 had Just topped ths
rise "
Wntson nodded. "I know ths
place, Mr. Dufresne. It's a good
place for an ambush, and It's been
used before. Just one thing more.
sir. I've got to turn In a report on
!' JUL.
heeded.
thlt. Do you carry a gun In your cart
Just a matter of form, you know."'
Dutresne saluted. "No fan, OfflV'
cer, and no liquor."
Watson saluted. "That's 0. K.,
Mr. Dutresne. If I meet any cars
coming this way I'll look them over
carefully. You'll hear from ut.
Less than fifteen minutes' drive
along the undulating road brought.
Dufresne Into the quiet town 01
Edge Hill. He drove directly to the
Police Station and drew up tt the
curb.
Dutresne walked briskly up the
cemented path and entered the
building. He turned Into a room to
the right ot the corridor, marked
Roll Room." A rookie policeman
was busy at a typewriter, filling In
some tabulated form. The young
officer looked up Inquiringly.
"Is Csptain Robinson here?"
The Captain was Indeed In hit
office, with the door ajar, and, hear
ing hit name tpoken, looked out.
Recognizing hit visitor, he advanced
smilingly to thake hands.
"Well, well, Mr. Dufresne," B
beamed, "what bring! you out
bore?"
"Trouble!" wae the terse answer.
Captain Robinson noted the gen-'
ulne gravity of hit visitor's de
meanor, and his face became aerl
out at once. "Come In here." he In
vited, motioning toward his office.
"Now, Captain, take a good long
look out that window. I don't want,
to caute you any embarraasment In
you line of duty."
The rotund police chief cnuckiea
as he obeyed thlt whimsical order.
He wont to the window, turning his
back on the room. He heard little
gurgling nolsot behind him, fol
lowed by a smothered cough. When
he turned around Dufresne was Just
stowing away a flat sliver flask tn
the Inside pocket ot his overcoat.
"I needed that," he observed. "So
wohld you, Robinson, It you'd Just,
had my experience. Come outside
with me tor a minute, 1 want to
show you something."
They walked out to the car. Du
fresne pointed out the marks left by
the bullets. Robinson was greatly
perturbed by the tight. "Don't tell
me tomebody hat 'put the finger' on
you?" he gasped, using the gangster
argot meaning "marked for death."
fCopyrloat, int. tv trailer C. Brou-nJ
Tomorrow the higher ups Itarn
of Dufr.eno's ambuih.
son, arrived Wednesday and expects
to be with her parents for aome time
while under the care ot Dr. Steams
ot Medford.
Mrs. Wtyman Wsrner treated her
husband to a birthday dinner Wed-nW.-T,
at their home. Mrs. Sarah
Warner, mother of Wayman, was a
guest on the occasion.
Mrt. Arden Tyr.ll was hostess to
the H. B. club Thursday afternoon.
Eighteen members were preaent and
all report an Interesting and profit?
able meeting.