Coleilln News Item. Biitur-duv to A. vis-' cm-plov Improve-iiieiit to tho the und adjoining Jackson- and and Mr a in wub of It. I). Lawlon, of Medford, spent Thursday hero, Mrs. Hull, of Hornbrook, oame up Friday for u few weeks' outing. J, W. Iiwton, of Modford.'vlslted with his family here over Hunday. Mrs, Frod Luy und sons, of Medford, Medford, arrived hereThuisduy to camp several weeks. Messrs, Ray MeKinney and Leon Howard, of Medford, spent Hunday at tho springs. - Mr. and Mrs. W I. V'awter.came up from Medford Saturday for a few weeks' stay. kin A. 1 Elmer, of Jackson- Jackson- vlliit. 1h visltinu here the guest of Mrs. M. Bollinger. Miss Laura Bennett, of Medford, visited with Miss Jossie Maoaulcy a few days this week. Mrs. A J. Collar returned to her home in Vreka Sunday, after a ten days' sojourn at the springs. Misses Vircio Woodford and Edith Cranflll returned to their homes in Medford Saturday. Mrs. Clurotico ltosmos and sister, Miirv Colvlir. returned to their home in Jacksonville S.Uurday., Miss Juanita Day, of Fairmount, Minn . is hore viellitiff hur aunt, Mrs. J. W. Liwton, for a few duys. Attorney Frank A. HutTer and sisters, Ollie and Daisy, of Jackson ville, arrived here rriday lor a lew days' outing. Joe. Kellev and family, of Med ford. came up Sunday. Mr. Keiley returned the same eveniug but the family wdl remain several weeks. 8. E. Colo stopped off here Wednesday on his way home from Klamalhon for a fow dsys. Ha returned to his home iu Medford Saturday. Mines Mary Dsvisun and Bertha Pruntv. of Klsmathon, nd Miss Ruth 'Wlllism. of Hornbrcok, left for their homes l'Yiday, after several weoks' stuy. Mrs. John Millor, of Jacksonville, nnil arm. Hurrv. of San lose. Calif., spout a fow d.iys here the first of the week me guests oi it. ana Mrs In day in Gold been dell I a in at V. Robinson. Mrs. KtiRone Dowliuir, of Yieka, wbo has been bere for some limp, was called to H.iruhrook last Fri day to attend the bedside of ber brother, who is quite in. Last Wednesday evening Maslers Telford, Sutherland and 1 1 art son gave a bonfire party near the cold water spriim, to about fifty of their friends. Music was the principal feature of the eventoR and the com- com- oanv were tieateu to some very pretty selections, among waica was a solo by Mrs. Chas. A. Iunker, with guitar accompammeut. At i lato hour the orowd dLspersed rot Ing the young moo royal entertain ere. There was quite a pleasant party (fathered at the camp of Miss Mary Davison on Thursday night. Musio and names of various kinds wero in dulaied in after whioh refreshments were served and all adjourned vot ing It one of the most pleasant oc caeions of the season. Those pres ent were Misses Annie Bnoson, Rosa Chapman, Kdllh Cranfill, Virgie Woodford, Maggie ueiungor, jessie Maosuley, I.elah Wilson, Kthcl Maoauley, Kva Myers, Be.tha Prunty, Ruth Williams, Edmonia Davison, Sudie Powell, Annie Towne, Messrs. Chas. and Ray Telford, Sidney Cole and Robert Lawton.