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, Medford Daily Tribune
A Live Paper in a Live Town.
Published every eveniug except Bundaj
Medford Publishing Company.
0. PUTN'AM, Editor and Manager.
Admitted a Hi-vnd Class Matter in
the Postoffiee at Midford, Origin.
One month, by mail or carrier $0.50
One veur. bv mail &0u
;FINB BANK SHOWING.
The banks of Midford are to lie eou
gratulated upon Hie wmitlerl'ul hIiow
iuK made in their n-ports after priic
tically six wm lis of niiiiui ial HriiiKcin v
in the rnuntry, with i 'ii-hunge from the
east cut off.
, . It is doubtful if ny Imnki of tin
country ran nniki' a better liowinn.
For aiiy liank to have pracl ii-nll.v flt
per Cl'Ut Ol US UfpoBim -
vaults and Willi approved reserve uncut
H lien lllll 1.1 p'r ,:-,ll in ..-.(in.... ....
law is little It hh tlilill intirv-eloits. when
t the drain upon bunks by f tightened
ilepOHitors is eonsidcr-d.
All of Medford 'a baiika are as sound
as they make them, I they are but
an index of the prosperity of the city.
" county and state.
JUGGLED THE FUNDS
I Plain evidence Hint the nffieiiila of
the -Title (Itinruntee & Trust company
juried ,o funds of the institution
and then took the cash out of the (jen
enil deposits to rover a lnrtfi' xlinrlli ifi
in the trust funds of the bunk is shown
by the statement of H. (.'. Hpcnccr, who
Kfithcrcd his evirleuce from the books
of the bank.
The bank closed its doors October Sll.
The receiver was appointed November
rj. The day previous, November fi, tin
books of the bank showed that John F.
Shields, ai'eond trust officer of the
bnuk, was rhar((ed with I5,0" in cash,
tsiiiiu in drafts, a check for $o0,000
drawn by the Title (Inarnntee k Trust
coimtanv in favor of Khields. Hliiehb
. lias now said that he deposited tin
.sum in drafts and the check for :iu.
Ooil in the bank of l.ndd & Tilton in
his own name. The fl'i.nun in cash wn
.afterwards turned over to Receiver Hill
so Shields says, by check written by
FINE APPLES SHIPPED
TO SIBERIAN SEAPORT
About the finest display of apples
ever seen in any city is on exhibition
at the store of (ioddnrd Kelly company.
Washington uitd Sixth .-ttreeta, says the
Portland Journal. The display is made
by I. H. VoirdjoKloll of Yoijdjoejoil
brothers of Vladivostok, Siberia.
The fruit is from the Hood Hiver
district and is the pick of the world's
b"St apples. It Includes th' Winter
Ulilinna, Hen Davis, Drtlev, Iti d 'l k
I'ippin and several other varieties for
which Oregon is famous an a producer.
The pack of die apples is I be best
ever turned out of this state and lliih
means the world for Oregon apples
have the repulation everywhere for be
in) tlm best packed. The display h
linder the direct supervision of .Mr.
. Vogdjogloii. The windows ere deco
rated with American, Itus-duu and I'lng
FOR SOUTHERN OREGON
The dairy business is rapidly eularg
ing throughout Oregon and this pari
of the stale is sharing in the cxploiln
tinn of this industry.
I'renmeriea are in silcces-d'nl opera
tion at Medford ami Central I'oiul, ic
this county, and another on Applegate
Josephine county, assists in siipplvine
the demand in this section for good
According to the Herald, iK. K. Hrew
ster. who has resigniil his positi-.ui with
the Central Point creamery with J. IV
flriihilin Sons will engage in tin
creamery business III Williams. Joseph
lie county, under the llrm naiue of lie
tiraham Brewster Cream company. The
Una has leasiil a fine dairy in in- li com
prisiug sever.nl hundred acres and ex
peels to handle from 7." to 100 cows
of their own right along. Th? buildinc
for tin1 plant is now under irse of
construction ami the machinery ha
been ordered from the eal. They ex
pect to have the plant running within
a few weeks.
NO SECURITY GIVEN FOR
STATE OF OREGON'S DEPOSITS
That the $1,000,000 ,,f Itankia timber
securities t ranst'erred by the Title
liunriliitee Trust company in its last
days to Stale Treasurer (leorge Steel
will be returned to the bank depositors
in that instil lit ion nml that the Aiuer
icaa Surety company will be held to
reimburse the slate for its losses is
now almost certain.
In a hearing before 1'ait-d Slate
Judge Wolverton on petitions for re
inoval of Deceiver (leorge II. Hill nifd
appointment of a new receiver, tin
Tille (lusranlee ,v Trust cninp.-tnv 's nt
torucv. Joseph Simon, declared die
transfer to have been reprehensible
RIETY OF RESULTS
IN OREGON ELECTIONS
e idllH, t HIll.V Wi'llt
oh' for iitt'ii nmti
I Wi'llt ' wt t. ' '
ft I'li-itrtl tuny or of
.1 I'. Wiilln.r, W
conlrr K. M. It
li ninl Tre.-tnirrr K.
P. ( 'imifk vn-rr :itl re l
trd w it limit
opposition in Alhanv.
J. V. Miltti nun lion n inaviir in
Canity. Ir. Cm II vtu chowi'ii t In- ci
wiitivp in Oron City.
SMITH IS RE ELECTED
MAYOR OF GRANTS PASS
Ir. .1. C. Sin it li win ro oWtd in:tv,ti
nf fi rants l'ns Monil.iv in :i luin)
fought content over I,. 11. Hull, pr.i
dont of t lir Common-tnl rlnli. Council
men HoHrd von1: Pirnt ward, T. P.
('rumor; Second wnrd, .Imnnt Tuff;
Third ward, Clmrlm Ilurkliitltor; Fourth
wanl, Frank KeUrh. City trpnmiror.
Culiinfl W. Jnlmion.
.1. Trunk ami J. Mint were u nj;
the ilia i) v in Medford Saturday.
Apple pucking b fiuiijlied at till'
Hurrell unliunlH .Saturday, endiuK tin
parking for this year.
ThaukNgivitiK wjim oln-rviMl In-ri in
the ur.liiiHry way. At the rrqueitt f
Muytr Hfiiry Shnfrmll plan- of bus
iio'ftH hMi-il at noun. Th" nfteriioon
was Hjx-nt armiuil the fi'Htnl b'-nnl.
Count v CuiniuiHMioiitT Jnn!i i';itttrHnn
through Iutc Sulnrdiiy mi rmtte
to Midfnrtl mi proffHsioniil Im-iiU'HM.
Vi'H HU'Vi'tis dfliviTid unnlf.i (irodnci
to Mitlt'urcl tin TrluintH S;iturdiy.
JariitH Allen h piittiii ti a fim sub
hI initial tank tower,
X. riirkcrKon, who faun n'i-ntl
from KneiM', i Iiiihv mt I iny in hi
urain. M r. 1'nrkcrnon t rndd hiM Ku
Ki'iic pro-rly fur the (irnjuTty li" hat
V. V. Itanium in mining a t'm amoki
Imtc lately burning IhiikIi.
William Hcanlsley made a trip to
Medford Saturday lifter freiyhl, Kiich
fiK flour and fed -ttuffH, for Ileum &
Keuo (ioddnrd and hoii inude Medford
a biiHineHH call Saturday.
Menu, charleH OImoii nud Frank
MeClain were aniotijf the many who
trunfuieted bimineHM in Medford Satitr
Sum Van lyk in inovinj; over to
Henry IIoIuih' jduee, which he linn jmr
Iicwin Tucker whh in our miilHt Sun
'ay chatting with old friemh.
An after Sunday Hehool meeting wiih
ailed Sunday morning for the nur
ue of uioinf tiif; rouiiuitteeH on Xiiiuh
utertiiintnent. An XtniiH trep for thr
'lenefit of the little onet wh decided
John Shideler, wife and daughter
ent to Medford TueHday with a loud
f veetubleH from t heir Si riulown
Waller Siiineliffe h iuinrov in the
dokt of his place by building a new
Fx Sheriff Joe (tader was here Sun
'ay. Wonder why.
M hh N'el I ie tea men ret it mod f ntiti
Hhlaud Tiieaday, whore hIh spent
'hankHiviuu with relativra.
Sheriff I), fl. JackHou paswel through
J. J. liiine of Talent butchered nt
he Hlriiiylown Hlanj,'liter Iiouhc Monday.
.lames MeDonald delivered Vfjetnbltw
o Medford Monday.
II. II. (mblard of Warner creek val
ey lurried n few minutes here Monday
lorniiitf while on his way to Medford.
Hurry Uchuich, who had liin bieycb
tolen some fmir or five weeks iiko,
eenvered the same at Medford Sunday.
Mrs, li. A. IteaiiifH has returned from
! t wo weeks ' visit wit h relat i vn at
lt hoiirie, in .loHi-phiue roil illy,
Cory Taylor and his cob pipe of Med
'ord spent Tha n ksfri vinr bet
Miss Myrtle Ciilhonn of Mi'ilford vis
ted with relatives here Monday.
Fatty Wakelield is improving I In
omIih of his place by triunuiti his
More jjraln is beiny jilanlcd nnuitul
icre this fall than there lias hrcii t'ni
John (Jraffis and wife ol' I lie Kat
ide were business visitors Tuesday.
I'uele Mat Cullioiili and oVfl Slan
liffe were Medford liusi s callers
he Mrsl of the week.
It. I Theiss, Hie Medford wholesale
nan, was here calling on his ciislomers
I'crry Sti liffe is m'ttiii.; out shade
ind fruit trees. This looks suspicion i.
What about it. Ferry.
( 'oiigin t iilu t ions an- in order, I'aul.
Mind luck o you,
llert Sinticlil'fe vis'led v.i h i.oiiii.il
rieudK in AmIiIiuhI Ttirsduv.
M isses t 'la ru Allen nud A da Key
nolds spent Tuesday in Ashland.
Mr. Lizzie Hctidriclot f Wallowa.
vho h;iH been here nil U visit with hel
iiarents. Mr. and Mrs. Lew it Tinker,
Mr. ami Mrs. K. (. liei-se of W I.
CjiI., are here on a visit with Mrs
lieese m mother and father,0 M r. and
Mrs. C. Carey.
I'hil Stinbutiuh and tin- Cobletgl.
brothers b ft In t week for tin- llio.
Unit.' .nek ilistriot. whore they ex
e-i. to engage ill trapping (hist winter.
Mrs. Nora KnherlH nud son Ralph,
wlui lme bi'i u at and afiont I'iverside.
Cal., for I he past several months, have
James Harvey, the blacksmith, who
sold out his interest in I he w.ip to A.
II. Fisher, has bought a place nt Myrtle
I'nint nndobut week chartered a ear and
Irft for Hint place.
John KiUall ret nrucd from Hutti
crei-k Monday, where he had been on
bushics. Ho will live here this win
W. C. Taylor mnde a business trip
to Ashland not long since.
Mr. Forbes of Talent passed through
here from (iriffiu creek Monday with
a milk cow. Hoc says he will have milk
now without buying it.
Itort Stnihliffe and Orillc Johnson
left Wednesday evening for I'ortland
whfro they expect to work.
TABLE ROCK TATTLING.
K. K. Smith and family have moved
into t he house oil the farm of M r
Farl May is filling his old position
it Hie Washburn on-hard.
The special tehool meeting I ehl Sat
unlay voted a ta sufficient til enable
the district to hao eight months' term
II. C. MoHHenger reporls thtcf he has
disposed of his tua it contract to .1. W.
Wiuningham of Trail and will devote
his time to looking after his ranch nt
Miss Alice French, our teacher, spent
Thnuksgix ing with rein l i o nt A li
VI ist b'liie e,ilon, who is teaching
hi the lt..,-e creek dintri.t, came down
and spent Hie holiday with home folks.
She reports a large ntt.ndun.e at her
tieorge l.vnch of Trail was here on
bniiit Mondav Me Niiitis (hat the
fannh of .1 ton of Loni Itranch
are having :i iege of turnsl.-s.
The brink, r' pnnic liH held up two
real estate deaU in this Incnlitv.
REAL ESTATE TRANcFSHS.
Clara l.'helMo M. J.J -H -art,
about 'i acres in towi.vh n
range 1 W lf'
M. .1. tioodhcart to M I lie Inlnw,
titt acres in towushi-. range
I W 10
Kdith K. McLti.l to Meliie Jn
low, prnp rty in su tioiiH, town
ship .'tit, range I i; 10
W. S. Morton to T. W. Britton,
W 'j lots ! and W, Ashland
Home Aso tract 10
Joseph K rr to W. (1. Prescott.
' acres in section 10, township
range IK 10
T. J. Downing to W. K. Morton,
laud in section 10, township
:t!i, range I K Ht
I liu Henry to Maud K. CriifM
by, 1 IK intenat in H H2 of K
K Vi H"ction til, township 'Mi,
range L1 W 2o
I. L. irigsby to II. C. Mosseii
g, rl 1 interest in H U of H K
, section township '10,
rang.- W b"0
I. S. (irighby to X. C. Messen
ger, I il interest in same as
(i. J. firigsby to II. C. Mi'ssi-n-
ger, I 0 interest uime na above 150
L. It. (irigsby to II. C. Messen
ger, I -1 interest in same as
Ira (irigsby to II. t Messengf r,
it IK interest in same as above 150
William Hoss to Alta F. San
ders, lots I and 2, block 7, Itcsq
addition tti Medford f00
Alta K. Sunders to It. T. Har
nett, lota 1 and 2, block 7,
Koss addition to Medford .... 200
Itelle N'ickell to Frank It. I'-ol
linger, lot 7, block HI, Med
ford ,. .. 10
William Koss to John Wolff,
lot (t, block 7, It oh addition to
Francis M. Tungate to Fd'ard
Woodbury, X W y, and X W
Vi f X K Vt aeetinn '2'2, town
ship :t(i. range .'IK 2 i )
ti. A. Itriner to C. M. Fhelps,
interest in tax certificate ... 'i
C. W. Falmer to John Wilkinson.
lot 10, block 1, Whitman p.irk 2"0
lohn WilkiiiH to C. W. Falmer,
lot !l. block 1, Whiliuan park.. L'V
''. W. Palm to I-Mgar S. Hafer,
land in I) L C -1.1, township
.'17, rnnge I W :tnnii
Kdgar S. Ilafer to J. C. Kmerick,
same as above :i",oii
Alice While Shebtuy to Whlle
Shobley Hunt Mining company,
1'Jl) acres in township 34, range
4 W jo
T, W. Ilrittscnn to William Wheel
er, laud in township ,'tK, range
I W .. 1
l. W. Powell to T. F. Hart, 100
acres in section I, township 40,
range L F .nii
Cnited States to David Hal and
wife, IllO.o;! acres in township
:!7, range I W patent
Lewis Flrich to Fred II. Look
ley, lots l.'i and Hi, llolman 's
addition to Jacksonville 40
State of Oregon vs. Charity K. Hal
ley; keeping house of ill fame.
Louise If. Parker vs. Millard F. Par
1er; suit for divorce. W. K. PhippH,
attorney for plaintiff.
W. F. Isaacs and Irene II. llrown.
Clarence Wheeler and Mildred C. Sun
Mrs. It. It. J)ow visited at Medford
a few hours Monday.
KM is Hoggs went up to Ashland the
litst of the week, where h- will visit
for a few days before reluming to his
home at linker City.
Miss Mnllie Towne went over to Med
frd on Tuesday evening's train.
Itoseoo Cant roll I t't for F.ngetie Tues
day evening on a brief visit.
Posters are out announcing the fire
men's ball o be given New Years
eve, and preparations nre being inade
lo make it ..li.' of the events of the sea
Rates for Dairymen. j
"To' the benefit of those who may
lie interested in the promotion of the
"airy industry in the state, the South
'in Pacific company will issue tickets
i a rate of one fnre nml one third for
lie n mi na I mccfiiifF of the Oregon Dai
n men's nsancinlioii at Porltand, De
.ember nml lit, provided AO or more
ntleml from nil pnrts of the state. Tick
Is limy be purchased December ft to
l' inclusive, nml will be good for re
turn passage including December 1'i.tf
Coal for Sale.
We are now prepared to furnish hand
picked coal at the mine, five miles
cast of town, in any amount desired.
7..ll per Ion.
'f I'ACIKIC CO.M, CO.
NOYES ft DRESSLER.
lical Kstate, b'entnls, Insurance.
TIM11KH I. ANON,
for respondent's Solicited.
R. R. HAMILTON, M. D.,
I'livsicisn and Surgeon.
Successor to Dr. I!. S. DeArmnnd.
Office in ililter Duulap llloek.
VM. M. COLMG
COLVIG & DURHAM j
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CEO. H. DURHAM
Ciub PtM. ()ii I
Wm. W. P. Holt, M. D.
Eag't Point Oregon
WARREN L. CAMERON, M. D..
rhysiclau and Surjron.
li.ii.l, n, f. Hot, ) M,Hr.
'I he Medford Studio De Witt. Ho-1-pasture,
prop., over Model Cluthb'g
t o. tf
WANTED Dining room girl at Hotel
FOR HALF Fine lots, good soil, excel
lent building ground, U'th and I sts.
See owner, Prof. M. B. Signs. tf
FOR EXCIIANGF Medford property
for other property. Adrdeaa Lock Box
418, Medford, Or. tf
HOUSKWOItK or window cleaning, by
day or hour; bamboo furniture made
siiini, Seventh at , near bridge. Tel.
FOR ftALH New residence, just com
pleted, second block west of high
school, West Seventh street; fine col
onial iuteriar; cheap if sold soon. In
quire Tribune office. tf
FOR RENT Kunming houso, complete
ly furnished, to parties without chil
dren. Address P. O. Itox It'JO. 220
NFWLV furnished rooms for rent; con
venient to the business part of town;
lighLs, hot and cold water and bath,
furnished. For termi see Mn. Joe
Thomas, South II street. tf
LOST Our bay mare colt, 0 months
old, white Htrip in face. Reward for
return of same. (1. (i. Shirley, P. O.
ltoi 01. Residence second house south
oil tank. tf
LOST -Brown purse, containing omc
receipts-and small change, at Southern
Pacific depot at Medford, Sunday,
December 1. Finder rewarded if left
at Tribune office. 220
FOR HALF One and a fpiarter acres
improved land, with o room house,
barn, outbuildings and well, $1SO0.
Blooded filley, 7 months old, aired by
Robert L., $00; also Jersey heifer calf,
$10. V. I. Scott, owner. tf
A HOOD investment For sale, first
mortgage, $7"i0, nu first class real es
tate, due in 20 months, draws 7 per
cent interest; will discount principal
enough to make a good profit for pur
chaser; will accept cash, check or cer
tificate of deposit. Address P. O. Box
."71, Aledford, Or. 2.tS
FOlt HALF 20 acres land, with house,
barn and other buildings, good spring,
u few bearing apple trees, IV. miles
from railroad station; price $1200, pay
able $200 down and $20 a month, or
will Hxchaugo for Medford residence
property. Also 40 nereis good apple .or
pear land in same locality; low price
and easy Urms. Address P. O. Box
571, Medford, Or. 22G
FOR SALF At a bargain, ninety acres
of the choicest fruit land in Rogue
river valley, rich soil, all level, well
watored, good six-room house, good
barn, three good ".veils, abundance of
water. All under cultivation ready
for orcliard. Intending purchasers
should see this ptnoo before purchasing.
Oeo. Nrinia, Nash Holel, Medford,
II LLP W AXTFD Wo furnish help Tor
miners, lumbermen, mills, hotels, res-'
taurantH, housekeepers, laundrys, ranch
men, orchardists, wood cutting, build-!
ers, nieroh.tnts, contractors, or anyone
desiring help of uny kind. Leave your,
orders with us. Xoyos & Dressier, opp.
Medford Xational bank, Miles build-1
' tf I
alter vnu have been lYrdintf tlinn on
tin1 jam and J 1 1 i -t that w' have in
our hi'li yradr shirk if rtdilu's, jre
srrvrH and nut buttor. Tlioro is noth
inij in.M.- whidt Hniiu1 fur lio little ows
than d'lii'ioiiH bread, made from nur
su -ri 'ni hard wheat flour, and .jam),
jillits :i nit iiKiriiialadr made from Hire
fruit; and fruit jnires. Our stork of
reli-hes, ulivts, k'lerti rliili and iimien
tov is ;ilv:ivs kept at the lushest stand
ard nf eveelleilce.
J Leading Rooming'
J Overthe Poilefflce
Because He Paid
Not lmi no, n iMinincyii man in
A Mil tlmt ho hail nlroatv p.iiii.
votiiliiT in cviilciu'o, and il was
pa iit tho lull. I'i'n t vou sti ttM
l hi tiank cor.liullv ittvttos
will lo plcaHisl to rcndiT yon tho
JACKSON COUNTY BANK
Capita!, Surplus and
Watch For The Great
At Meeker's Great Dry Goods tore
Special This Week
127 youths' suits 50 per cent off, 12 to 20 years
100 children's suits 35 and 50 per cent off, 3 to 16
20 per cent off on all ladies' coats
1-4 off on all furs
One hundred men's $1.25 shirts 50 cents each
Big reduction in lace curtains
Many other articles in our great stock
Cur great Holiday display will soon be
Meeker & Go
THE STORE FOR EVERYBODY
FOlt SAI.K The real vntiito Ann of
N'n.vpB & Dressier will bt found in their
new uffiee in the Miles liuihliu. oppo
site the Medford National bunk. We
ean show-you as (jooil buys ns there is
to bo had. Tf you have property to
M'il, see us. We elin sell it for you.
We will also conduct an up-.to-date
employment office, where wo can fur
nish help to anyone employing same.
Xo matter what your business, if you
need help, lenve your order with us.
Ncyes & Dressier. tf
CRY FOR II
House of the City
this community was pnwntrri with
Ho proluood the paid chock M
thin ut once proven that ho had
nn;trlanco of paying by chockT
yur account, subioct to check, and
most efficient aervioe.
Deposits Over $625,000
.. j .
TTXTTXTT TttTTTTTTi TTTTTT
Who favors home entarprine and tho bulldtnr of a Urs City lo th fentsror the
moat lnuiutlful valley onatirth? WK DO, YOU SHOULD. Then why ucmd your mmiey
wny for other nojle to h-imtle? DiHlt your doltari with ua that It may lw luai ed
fur lumiu en ter prints. Evry dollar itmt out taka that muvh out of circulatlou hern.
!n it Ion to our National Bunk. w hava a SAVINO-t URI'AK'I MKNT and pay in
tcrust on SaviiiKH Accounts.
Open an account with the Medford Natlooal Bank, whoau ofllcers and rti rectors ar
all homo people and interested in the upbuifclinic ofa(iraatr Uvdfurd and tna antlre
ItoBU Hiver Valley.
Cbe medford national Bank
Ciiiilnl 5 ,"..).)0
st National Bank
The Youngest and,. Strongest
WE DON'T SPECULATE
VM. S. CROWELL, President O. CRAWTORD. AuiBtant Oaahler.
F. K. DEUEL, Vice-President M. L. ALFORD, Cashier.
GEO. W. DUNN, Second Vice Prtieent
TIl i mi m mi ii w I
THE MEDFORD OPERA HOUSE
IIAZKI.IirOH & WILLIAMS, M:inagrra.
Thursday, December 5th.
AMERICA'S GREATEST COMIC OPEBA FABCEUB5
Murray and Mack
IN THE LAUGHINO MUSICAL BEAUTY 8HOW
The Sunny Side of
THE SAME BRILLIANT CAST
General Building Supplies
All Material On.irantord
or Moiiwv Rifuniltii.
Li-avM Orilyra at
R. W. GRAY, Builder
Lath Work, Patterns, Etc.
fc.liAAJ iAiIiJuI it it Ji J il A AJiJul
Villir k Hurra;
And Bojli Woollolk
10 PEOPLB 10 DRIOINAL NEW
AN JIAUTT BEIOADE.
Pmlal Tflrrapli Offife.
Work, Grill and