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aPEDITOKD MATL TRTRTJNR IMWFOftP, QlvIWONT, FRIDAY, VMfiRlTAKV 1(1, 1012.
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t'nffcy'it tilling, John I). HptciUelH
Mini Ailoliti Hpieil.elM eiii'h nfclo
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Mr. niul Mrs. K. W. Hnudolph of
OroRun City, stopped off In Mint ford
Thursday night for a brief stay.
Thcso iouilo nro on, route home from
a several months slay In honlhcm
California, whoro Mr. Randolph Rtiys
thoro has boon pcorcoly no rain at
nil thin winter, and Unit thoro will
surely bo a drouth next summer as
Mrs. P. S. Slcontrup and child ron
rottirttcd Thursday evening from a
ploasuro trip of sovernl weeks In
Vq just rucolvad n big lmnkrupt
stock of now ah6o6 that will go on
sale tomorrow morning at B0 cents
on the dollar. 100 X. Front. 2S2
Merrltt Drown of Ragle Point was
in the city Thursday.
Conio to the Pish Market for frosh,
salt and smoked fish, oysters, crabs,
clams, buttor. eggs and poultry. Wo
also carry a good lino of cheese and
lunch good. C.lvo tis a call. We
nro lioro to please you. W. II
Ken worthy & Co. 2 S3
Mr. hud Mrs. A. H. Cook, who are
in southern Orogon from Seattle,
wcro in Grants Pass Friday. Mr.
Cook is vory favorably Impressed
with Medford and tho surrounding
country and will In all probability
New shoes for men. women and
children at half price. 10(5 North
Tho Douglas county grand Jury.
this anornlng filed an indictment
against Ed. Grimes, charging him
with larcony by bailee. Grimes,
while representing himself to be pro
prietor of the Contral hotel in this
city, accepted for safo keeping- $35
from John Connell, of Sutherlin.
Then he spent the money for booie
and fled to Mcdford, whoro he was
arrested. Ho Is In Jail here. Hose-
Snider's pure milk and cream at
J. W. Jacobs, tho "WoodvHle mer
chant, was in Medford Thursday on
Better have a look at those new
shoes; 10C North Front. 2S2
Mrs. Carl Hoots returned Thursday
afternoon to her home in Ashland
after u two weeks visit In Medford
with her mother, Mrs. Itay Satchwell.
Tho Medford Conservatory of Mu
sic and languages Is tho only music
school in southern Oregon with a full
corps of teachers. G. Talllandier,
director. Send for catalogue. 27C
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Marden, of
Whlto Bear Lake, Minn., and Thos.
A. Sudden of St. Paul, Minn., who
havo been hi Medford visiting W. J.
Alton, loft Thursday night for the
cost. Mr. Sudden stated that for six
weeks straight tho thermomotor in
St. Paul registered from zero to 45
Something now all tho time. Bar
gains every day at 10C North Front
E. H. Croon, of Portland, repre
senting the National Livestock Insur
ance company, was in Medford Thurs
day on a visit to C. C. Tull, tho Med
ford representative of this company.
Rooms 50c and up. Hotel Mooro.
Special rates by week or month.
Mrs. W. E. Moador returned
Thursday to her vhomo la Ashland
after a visit with Medford friends.
Wo pay cash for cast-off clothing,
hats and shoes. Will H. Wilson &
Co., 10C N. Front street. 283
Mrs. T. T. Slmw of Jacksonville
was In Medford Friday tho guest of
Mrs. Oris Crawford.
Seo R, A. Holmes, Tho Insurance
Man, over Jackson County bank.
J. D. Cook of Grants Pass was in
tho city Thursday on business.
Tho Home Millinery is showing all
tho latest styles in Paris street hats
aud mannish walking hats. 1021
West Ninth Btroot. 283
Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Boncom, of
Jamestown, N. Y., arrived in Med
ford Thursday evening for a several
weoks' visit to their sons, P. M. and
W. J. Bencom.
Tho Home Mllllnory Is showing
Bprlng hats in all thoir glory. 1021
West 9th. 283
Mrs. W. HookonyoB arrived in
Medford Thursday evening from Lob
Miss Fayo lloguo returned Friday
morning to her homo in Klamath
Falls after a visit in Medford, tho
guest of Miss Waller.
Rooms 50c and up. Hotel Moore.
Special rates by week or month.
The ladlos of tho Episcopal church
will glvo a breakfast Tuosdny, Fob
ruai'j' 20, from the hours of G a. m.
to 10 a. m., at St. Marks hull. Please
remember tho duto and tho place.
Mrs, Mabel Yocom left Friday for
Phoenix, whore she expects to reside
Rooms r0c and up. Hotel Mooro.
'special rates by week or mouth.
, John Arnell wan up Ashland way
j Friday looking after his orchard
ARMY AVIATION CAMP SEEN FROM AEROPLANE,
S. A. Howell, ladles' tailor, 4th
floor M. F. H. Co. bldg.
Clnrenco Pierce and M. G lluj
were in Central Point Friday on busi
Try MoDowoll'a Ico' cream and
' Mrs. II. W. Lampmnn o'f Asbestos,
this county, who hits boon vlsltlni,
Medford friends, returned to her
homo Friday morning.
S trior's ptiro milk and cream at
Mra. lid Curd wall, of Merrill, Ore ,
who is visiting relatives in Gold Hill
vas In Medford Friday.
Early Roso, Fairbanks' Early Sun
rise and American Wonder seed pota
toes in any quantity at C. L.
Shelffclin's grocery. 2S1
T. H. B. Taylor, proprietor of a
now hotel which ho has but recently
built and is now occupying in Wood
vHle. Mr. Taylor Is saying all man
lier of pretty things about tho little
town of WoodvHle, Its people and its
prospoctivo growth Into a town of
considerable Importance with its
electric lights and public water sys
Real home made bread at D9 Voo's.
R. F. Antlo of this city and his
cousin, R. M. Thompson, of Seattle,
were In Gold Hill Friday on busi
ness. Carkin & Taylor (John II. Carkln,
Glenn O. Taylor), attorneys-at-law.
over Jackson County Bank building,
Frank Derrick and family arrived
in Medford Friday morning from
Council, Idaho. Mr. Derrick's fam
ily comprises a wlfo and six children,
the youngest bolng twin girls four
months old and the combined woight
of tho twins at this time is 12
pounds. When they were four weeks
old they each weighed two pounds.
They aro seemingly enjoying excel
lent health and are as bright and
wide awako as are most babies at
this age. Mr. Derrick1 Is a relative
of G. W. Stevenson and comes here
expecting to remain.
Fresh candy dally at McDowell's.
In order to demonstrate the Le
Paris Bystem for cleaning gloves, the
Pantorium will on Tuesday, Febru
ary 20th, only, clean one pair of kid
gloves, any length, for each customer
sending or bringing us gloves on that
day, for five cents a pair. Remom-
ber that we allow but ono pair of
gloves to a customer. Do not hosi-
tate to sond in the gloves, even
though you may havo nothing else
to send. Pantorium, No. 5 N. Fir st.
The Mutual Life of New York
gives you insurance at actual cost;
pays the largest dividends; proven
best by statistics. J. F. Hutchason,
room 205, First National bank.
1 ARMY AVIATION CAMP SEEN FROM AEROPLANE,"
1 1 HrejMtHEHHHIJVA wBIP''
distribution of the propetU, Rudolph! Final notion will ho tnlu-n In the
tuiri O A HpiwKelH, iih executors, mutter of distribution VVciIiicmIiij
uindo the petition.
,)ii't I'mlff tho terms of Judge
AMTxT SSIATION- !ATP, TA-KEiK FROM ABROELAtr
Reports received from Captain Charles do F. Chajdtor, in chargo of tho
Unltetl States army aviation camp nt Augusta. Ga show the value ot the
acroplano for scouting purposes. Observations and nnuw showing the tojwg
r.iphy of the couutry In the neighborhood of Augusta accompany tho reorts
much of tho materia! being obtaliiiHl with the aid of tint en mom while In rapid
tilght ntovc Uie earth. 8eoml plates made at au altitude of 700 feet guvo
such pood results that Brigadier General Jnuioi Alloa Is encouraging the
aviators to further cxierlmeuts at greater altitude.
Coilolcnc is a vegetable product without an ounce of hog fat
in it. It is made from tho choicest cotton oil, extracted from tho
seed picked on the fields ot tho Sunny South. It is a product of
Nature, and makes wholesome, digestible, healthful food.
Coilokm is made in a cleanly manner ? CollonJJuld to Kilchon
human hands never touch the oil from which Collokno is made. It
is the one high-grade, absolutely pure and perfect
cooking fat and far preferable from a health and
economic standpoint to butter, lard or any other fat.
Coilolcnc is more eco
nomical than butter or lard
because it goes one-third
Mndu wly by
TIIIv N. K. FAIKtyVNK COMPANY
Will Probably Institute Mandamus
Proceedings to Force Sheriff of
Jackson County to Accept War
rants for Taxes.
Willinm Ulrieli i jlmmiu;f to iui
tute lnuiulrtinit- proceedings to eoniH?l
Sheriff Jones tx eollootor, to ac
cept county warrant in payment "f
hi tnM. lie heliavcw that Attorney
Heameti is inihtaken in hi.- opinion
fiirnUhed the bhuriff, stating that tin1
greater part of the tuxeri ittunt he
jkjxI in oa-h.
Mr. ririch slatod lliis iinmiiiij; that
lie will tender warranto to Mr. Jtm-
and if lie rcfiiMv. to accept tliuiu lie
will start iimmlunnis irt)ceedin$;s lo
comKl him to take them.
FLED PROW HIM
Man Afflicted Willi Smallpox Wan
ders Into City But Chief Hittson
Hustles Him to Isolated Spot and
: r;V VK L
s fig&mmf?1; 'A
''Nature's Gift from the Sunny South"
RECITAL WILL BE GIVEN
AT BAPTIST CHURCH SOON
ilrs. Jfnttie II. Jones will apponr
in recital nt the First Jhipti-t cliurcli
in jredford on the evening of Folj
rtinrv 20. Her topio for the evening
will he "Tlie Sweet Story of Old."
The McMinnville News-Reporter
says of her iiertd recital, which wai.
Kivon in thai city on Janunry 14:
".Mm. .Mutlie II. Jones in a talented
render and made the service excep
tionally iinpreMivv. The story of the
Savior wax recounted intcrchtiiijjiy,
iinproKKivoly mid reverently. Score,
not iiuetiHtoiuutl to attend church were
in nttendnnce and tlio inosHa'o tiutt.
delivered wuh of liniihiiul power and
Tlw recital will he freo and the
memhurn of thin church are o.xlendiii;;
an invitation to everyone in Bedford
. COUNTY JUDGE
Central Point Herald Announces Can
didacy of Central Point's Chief
Executive for the County Judge
Day riion 3371
Might rimet r. w. Wcekt 9071
A, S. Orr, 3093
TACOMA, Wabh., Feb. 1C D. H.
Allen, a Jlueman, for tho Seattle
Tacoma Power company, Ih serloiiHly,
perhaps fatally burned today from
coming in contact with a wire carry
ing 2500 voltB of olectrlcity. Tho
current pausing through hi in wuh so
strong it burned holes in his hIioob
as though red hot irons had boon
passed through tho soles and Ills un
derwear was scorched and burned.
For Joint Heprcscutativo,
I hereby announce myself as can
didate for tho nomination of joint
ropresontntlvo of tho Ninth repre
sentative district subject to tho en
dorsement of tho republican party at
tho primary election April 1U, 1912.
I present my candidacy before tho
people as a progressive. I shall sup
port statement No. 1 becauso I be
lieve in it. On all other auuttors If
electod I shall work carnostly for
tlioBO moasuros which I bellovo to bo
for tho host interests of tho people.
C. K. WHISLUtl. ,
The Central Point Ilorald announc
es the candidacy of v C. I.eover for
county Judge as follewn:
Protest against inefficiency In tho
administration of county affairs cry
stallized last Monday ovunlnx at u
meeting of tho commorcial club whon
after some comment along tho llitvs
of "What Juchson county ueds, and
why?" Preeldont J. W. Myern pro
iioned tho iimnt! of Mayor W. C.
Loover for the office of county Judge
and as soon as (he Applause subsided
a resolution endorsing tho suggestion
was unanimously adopted.
it was urged by a number of mem
bers, of all shades of political belief,
that what tho county .most needH
Just now, and what it must have, if
the 'people are to continue in such
a condition of solvency as will en
able them to pay thoir tuxes, Is a
striatly business .administration of
county affairs. Too much money is
being squandered and too many fa
voritos aro being player, was tho bur
den of many remarks portalnlng to
county affairs, and it seamed patont
to practically ovory speaker that
Borao radical change Is now duo.
Friends of Mr. I. cover huvo since
been acting on tho suggestion of
Monday oveulng and It is reported
that a strong element of suppoit has
boon developed for him in other sec
tions of tho county
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SAI.K 5
horses, n wagon nud
W: N. HUorslile.
Oiven a will ImtIIi 1v tlie who
eortvetly red Us face, a wood chop
per from llriffio creek, afflicted with
MiinllMY, drilled into the eify la-t
nilit mid appealed to the polic? for
assistAiiee. ClUtf llitl4in -cciircd mi
Pointed hhiiek'on Hr creek, placed
the urn ntlierein, iiHraiitimd hint and
Munitioned )V. . Stearnx, citv
health oftieer, who treated him. lie
ik now tloiiiff nifclv.
As soon n Chief IIiKmiii di-co-cri.'d
thc.ooiMlittwi of the man he kept
liim in the cuilcr of the tict until
In had got liimto a sate place.
Had the m not hcep promptly
isolated In would probahlv have
started an epidemic in tin- city.
FREAK OF FORTUNE
SAVES MEN AT SEA
SAX IKD1I(7 Ciil.. Kill. 10.
Saved I'miii certain death nt sea, by
a fwak !' lortiiiie which wa-died a
Miiull bout utt it davits mi the aitcr
houe nf th 'm-Imhiiivi' Ida McKnv
when hc tunivd turll Hit) miles nil'
the northern Cttlifoniia cxiist Felirii
iirv -. t'uplsiu l.llldgrcii and xeven
iiii'iulH-i-K u( tliv -ldu'h crew reaclicil
Shu IVdro ttMUy on the mcIiimoici-
Auiliu. which p-irked them up after
thev hud dnUeil helpliMMl lor iiinn
than two ihis. ,
lie Ida McKay, owned ly the I'.i
cidu States Truiiiiig couipany, left
Coo,uillc llivi-r, Ore., for Sun Kiniici--co
Janunry 27. Sits uhh caiii(lit in
terrific gale nild t-prmig a leak, lliiull.v
tuniiiiK ner in latitude II north.
loiigidtudc 1. 12 wext.
The little lioat, which fhmtcd rioiu
the wreck, wad ciirul and a giiiuiy
Huck hoi-ti'd am m dintresn Mgnal. The
men were without food or water uiHil
picked up ,v the Azalia. All tln
crew wen- xavcil.
Spreckels Estate Split.
SAN FKANCISCO, Cal , Feb. 1. -DI.IhIoii
of tho Chilis Hpreckels es
tate Is iij.hi-id hy Superior Judge
Coffey. He ,(.nled nn order for finul
Her Health and Strength Back
Again by The Use of Cardul.
We Heard Two Women Talking
We nill It'll von uImmiI it tomm-to.
, 00NT FORGET '
We itre both grHiluate IMi .ii-iiuiM unit SurxcoiiM,
CONSLM.TATION uUay I'ltKK.
(IKT ACQUAIN'THI) dm' OUIt IMtlCIW
HICKIN'O IS ni;iji:vi.NH!.
II YOU CAN'T SKK, Me im, hiiiI then you will SIJI8. SltytjT
. VK HO AS WIS AnVHHTISIt . . .
H guru and liriug thin ml with you, m it imil iiHuxy,
mMOKKOWii I'AI'KK will contain iwil I'ACW for YOtt
SOMUTIII.N'O NliW KVKHY ILW.
(lurk U. Swundcrh, .M. 1). . V.. Oiwn, i. D.
Drs. Saunders & Green
Prmdice limit.',! to- RYK, HAIt. NOSH nml TIIKOiU'.
HUSINKSS AS ItUSUN'liliK .MI4N.
FOK SAhK Ileforo storing eompleto
dining aud bod room set, carpets,
sowing machine. U0 1 W. 10th.
Phono 141. 287
VANTKJ)-Miui and wlfo to take
caro of place, rent freo. Ton miles
oast of Medford. flood housn and
burn, some cleared (mid. Address
P. O. Ilox IWl. In answer give
your address and phono number.
WANTIOD To purchase side spring
buggy with long body or good
light hack. Address 0'i'i N. Cen
tral avo. a 87
Tampa, Fla. In a letter from this
city, Mrs. K. C. Corum writes: "I wan
nil weakened and worn out with wo
manly trouhles. My husband brought
mo somo Cardul as a tonic, and, from
tho first day, it seemed to help.
I had almost lost tny reason, hut,
thanks to Cardul, I did not. Soon, I
felt and looked llko a now woman. I
think tho remedy Is wonderful. I
recommend it to my friends, for I havo
received great benefit from It."
Cardul acts specifically on tho weak
ened womanly organB, atrcngthnnlng
tho muscles and ncrvco, and building
them up to health.
It holps to rofrcsh tho worn-out ner
vous system and relieves tho effects of
overwork, both mental and physical.
Fifty years' successful uso fully
provo tho merit of this purely vego
table, toriln rnmoilv for wnninn.
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in ovory community, thora llvo somo.
Who makes Two blades of grass
grow where one grew before is
a Public Benefactor.
By this token how great benefac
tors are those who will transform
a region of indifferent crops,
because of LacK of rain at the
Crucial growing period, to a re
gion of Luxuriant Crops.
Irrigation Will Do It.
who havo boon benefited by Cardul.
Tho bonefloial effects of this tlmo
tested woman's remedy, soon show
themselves In many different ways.
N. li.-Write te: ladUVAdWiory Rcpt., Outt
flwza MeJU int Co., ChatlanooKa, Tenn., lor tipeelcl
Jnttrucliwti, mj 64-pag book, ' lom Trcilmnul
lor VVowvii," MniJn plain wcipptron iwjut,
ROGUE RIVER VALLEY CANAL CO. i
Fred N. Cummings