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MEDFORD MATT, TRIBUNE. MEDFORD, PHKOON. WEDNESDAY. XOVEMHER 27, 1012.
,BSAflr.AM S-.I&IH.M . M
Mr- nnd Mr?.
Bnlcm nro In
J. W. .lolitmon of Ashland spent
Wfolnesday with Medford friends.
Hofccr Hitchcock of WVllon Is In
klciiford for Tlmnk8RtvlnR.
Frllll Inbols in any color printed
hi- hc Mali Tribune. tfl
After brlnR exactly Ion years In
the nursery liuslncss In the Horup
river valley, Wdlliorn llposon, re
tired on November 23. Only Mirco
ihen today nro crowing fruit In the
vnlloy who were horo when Air. llee-
won started and thoy nro I). It. Mil.
O. A. Hover and Alf Weeks.
Mrs. llnllldny-HnlRlit, contralto
pupil , of Marchcsl, (Paris), HandeR
ger tRnfjlanil), "neofRo Sweet, Os
car 'SajbnRer, New York, will receive
pupils' tor vocat cttltttro at residence.
Rtudlo, 403 Oakdalc n venue, South.
Phone. Main ?2f.2. 223
The body of L. V. Parker, who was
drowned In Rogue river, near the Illi
nois, with his ten-year-old son last
May, whllo the father was takliiK the
boy across tho river on a raft to
school, wan found five miles nbove
W'cddcrburn a few days bro.
Carkln & Taylor (John H. Car
kin and plcnn O. Taylor), attorneys-at-lnw',
over Jackson County Bank
According to the report of O. P.
Hoff. Mate labor commissioner, who
Kot his Information from forest rang
er and game warden, there s are
030 elk and So.000 deer In Oregon.
Of thoto Jackson county has 10 elk
and 7000 deer and Josephine county
r.000 deer and no elk. Jackson
county Is reported as having 10e.
bear, while Josephine county has 500
Tho' Hose Maiden Is com I lis.
C. L. Hobart. V. Kramer. A. C.
Hough. H. U Gllkey, J. T. Fry. It.
A. Clark and M, L. Opdyke were
among tho citizens of Grants Pass
who attended the "get-together"
luncheon of tho Medford Commercial
Your gnwry needs cannot possi
bly be more satisfactorily cared for
than by Tho Oakdale Grocery. 213
It. J. Craig of Wellen and O. N
Nelson of Jacksonville were In Med
Oak and hardwood J4.C0 and $5.00
per cord. Gold Hay Realty Co.,
8lxth and Fir.
Austin Corbln, has recovered from
an attack of fever and Is on his way
to New York to attend the holidays.
Hon Sheldon went north on Tues
day evening's motor.
Heal home-made bread at DoVoo'a.
Vrank .Unrnhlll Is down from
llutto FalU for a short stay.
1 c, v. anarnr, wno owns a line
plhee near Central Point,' transacted
' Im'sliiess In Mad ford Tue.sd.iy.
i Oreder vonr Thanksgiving turkey
I of 0. II. Ilrown. Phone f.OMt. 213
nfi U. V. Clark of Sonoma. Cal Is
BABE PICAT0 TO MEET ANDERSON
J. H. Porey of Portland, promi
nent In Dull "Moose councils, spent
Tuesday In Medford.
Artistically printed letter heads on
fanoy bond paper make fine Christ
mas presents. Let us show you
camples. The Mall Tribune. tf
II. E. Lcavttt of Grants Pass was
a re'vnt visitor In Medford.
For goodness sake, have H. A
Holmes, tho Insurance man writo
your Insurance. He knows how.
Mr. and Mrs. P. TJnsele of Jack
son crock mado a trip to Medford
tho forepart of tho week.
Homo-made mlnce-rncat, DoVoe's.
Jacob Kllppel was In the southern
part of Josephlno county recently, to
inspect Eomo plncer mines. He re
ports five feot cf snow lying thero
Glasses fitted without uso of
drugs. Dr. Illckert, over Kentner's.
Dr. J. F. Ileddy was n passenger
to Grants Pass Tuesday evening
Mr and Mrs. II. K. Den no returned
from .Siskiyou county, Cal., a few
Legal blanks for salo at the Mall
Tribune office. tf
J. V. Jacobs, the Itoguo Hivcr
merchant, was a Medford visitor.
Vapor batns and scientific massage
11.00 for men and womeu. Dr. It.
J, Lockwood, chiroprocter and nerve
specialist, 203 Garnott-Corey Dldg.
Phono Home 115.
Lincoln McCormlck has been mak
ing Portland a business visit.
Oak tlor wod for sale. Gold Ray
J tide Clark, who has beon a resi
dent of Medford for several inontlia,
left for Portland Tuesday uvenlug.
Tresspass notices for sale at tho
4 Mall Tribune office. tf
Mrs. Ji. 'D. Gentry of lloustou,
Texas, who has been visiting her
daughter, Mrs. J. C. Calhoun, left
for her home one day this week.
Dr. R, J, Conroy has morod his
office 'to tho Hutchison & Lumsden
building. T'iso offices woro for
merly occupied, by tho commercial
club. Drs. C'ouroy pud Clancy have
visiting In Medford, hN former homo
Oak and hardwood H.r.O and f&.OO
per cord. , Gold Hay Realty Co.,
Hlrh and Fir.
S. Walsh Of Jacksonville was In
Medford Tuesday, on his return from
In accordance with his annunl
practice. Mr. 13. G. Urown has secured
the Isis Theater for Thanksgiving '
day, and on that day all children un-1
dor 12 years oJf oro will he' admitted !
free of charge as his guests. 213 t
U U. Mlnard and J. W. Klrkpa
trlck am making Medford a busi
Dr. Illckert, eyesight specialist,
over Kentner's. No drops used.
Collect those scattered sheets of
music yon value and havo ' them
bound In hook form at the Mall
M. P. .lacoby, the Tolo merchant,
spent Tuesday In Medford.
$2000.00 or fraction thereof to
loan on Improved country real es
tate at current ratci. Carkln &.
Taylor, Jackson County Bank Illdg.,
Mr. and Mrs. Sooy-Smlth have gone
to Chicago to spend the winter.
liriug that old book with torn
binding down and have It rebound
at the Mall Trlbuno office. Costs
but little. . tf
Charles F. Stone of Klamath Falls,
a member of ,the slate game com
mission, was on tho north bound
train Monday, en route to Salem and
Soft wood $2 a tier. Gold Ray
Mrs. W. Thomas of Oakland. Cal.,
arrived In Medford Tuesday, as also
did Miss E. A. King of Los Angeles.
Try a Vapor bath for that cold. Dr.
R. J. Lockwood, Garnett-Corey Bldg.,
Phone Home 145.
J. F. Merrill,, E. G. Burgess, Jr..
and Lathrop Perkins have gone to
Glen county, Cal., to shoot wild
Oak tier wod for salo. Gold Ray
Misses A. Hrltt and Nellie Mcln
tyre of Jacksonville were among
Medford friends Tuesday.
Richard Basse has returned from
a trip to Iowa, his former home.
Dr. Herman Rattc has gone to
Southern California to Join Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Clark of Trail
are In Medford on a short business
Miss Meda Nichols loft Tuesday
evening for Portland where she wilt
be married Thursday to Jesse Dul
ler, a former rosldent of this city.
She was accompanied by her sister
D. E. Wilson of Grave creek Is In
Medford for a short visit with
Andrew W. Isaacson of Eugene Is
In Medford for a short business
L. D. Hendricks left Tuesday
evening for a visit at Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Watklns left
Wednesday for a visit at Eugene.
Ren Sheldon attend the railroad
moss meeting held at Grants Pass
prltuti he wilt be unable lo provide
for hN aged parents, while If lib
prated, he will Kb hiu'k to jls home
iHluimunlly nnd stuvt anew.
Alt Kvltli'iire of Impure lllood iiml n
WhlMt the blood becomes tltlu,
poor, devitalised unturo cries out
through such external anil utteu pnlu
r ii t itvlildlKO (or help, ami the safett.
sifrtftt ami 'most helpful reinedy ve
know IH Vluol.
ThlM Is beenuse It Is a combination
of tli two most world fnmwl tonics
-the medicinal enrntivo idoiiietitH
of cod liver oil (without the oil)
. and tonic Iron for the blood. VI
! not streuxthiHis the dlRostlve urgtuiH,
IcrtnteH a hearty appetite purifies and
'curloho4 the blond, create strength.
! Mary Lang of Altoonu, Pa., says:
"Kver linen rhltdbood, I have been
. delicate, and my blood poor. thin. I
and dovltallted. NotbltiK seemed tdi
help me until 1 took Vluol and It has
built me up and made me strong."
Wo ay poslilwly there U nothing
i like Vluul to purify and enrich the
blood nnd build up weak, run-down
people. If It should tall In your case
Kjve will return your money. Med
The urentet lightweight put prelum) m the no lh m,
deron" wljo ih to box Hnlie I'u-.iti u Mwltonl DoooiiUn r i .'
eenlly easily defeated (he inihlv "Ileil Watoii." who .c tu,
hnnle-t hoy on the ena-t lo heat.
garlaus and Austrlans employed lu
German mining districts.
P'r it. i n--uli-rt'd
I1EULIN. Nov. 27. Declaration
that Germany already has provided
acalnst the nosslblllty of war was
made hero today by the Vorwenrts. j
n nirlnllit nnwuTinimr. Tin) X lO.OIO.
000 entered In the now budget for " c ,ar"
the general finance
10 ESCAPE PUNISHMENT
POHTLXND. Ore Nov. 2" lie
tin KarSYlll,-. N Y bank
administration. ' cashier. arrMled here recently for the
the newspaper sa)s, "Is really Intend
ed to pay for the enormous reserves'
clothing and provisions for men and
beasts which tiny army and navy has
accumulated ugalnst the possible
outbreak of war."
The Vorwnerts say It reached Its
conclusion from what Is already
known of the current budget, point
ing out that the Increase lu army and
navy expenditures over that stated
by the government Is t31.400.000.
alleged einbosxlwient of oetneen
$10,000 Rifil $195,088. Is on record
today with the, "statement that be
will make complete restitution If si-
lowed his HhertA He bus waived
examination In the United States cir
cuit court and Is now awaiting an
officer to take him back to the
northern New York district for trial
Clark declares, that If sent to
GRANTS PASS TO VOTE BONDS
(Continued from par 1.)
SERVIA RECALLS TROOPS
(Continued from page 1.)
one i prepared to wiy nnd it W con
Hilerctl that danger of uu opon lircnl;
between the powers is gravely near.
Sen la Reealls Troops
IlEHLIN. Nov. 27. It Is reported
hero today that Survla has recalled
practically all her troops from Tur
key to resist an expected Austrian
Invasion. If the news Is true this ac
tion will seriously affect Bulgaria
and probably will force Czar Ferdi
nand to accept the Sultan'H terms of
peace. Tho general situation today
is regarded as distinctly favorable to
Bay Won MTl
Klffet VbpMSl T. W. Weeks ton
A.'X. Orr MSf
- ' , II! fl I
BERLIN, Nov. 27. Austria today
declined Germany's auggcstlon to
submit the Austro-Servlan dispute to
an International tribunal.
ROME, Nov. 27. Tho Mcssagro
today quotes the Russian ambassa
dor here as saying that the Czar will
support Servla's demand for an
Adriatic port against all opposition.
The urobassador, however, believes
that war will bo averted, probably by
a conferonce of tho powers."
PARIS, Nov. 27. A dispatch to
tho Matin from Vienna today quotes
Foureign Minister Berchtold of Aus
tria na saying that war Is luovltnblo
if Servla .rejects the Austrian-Balkan
logging road owned by the Hotchklss
Interest as "In" on tho project.
Tho disappointment over past fu
tile efforts at building a Roguo -River
Valley-Pacific road cropped out
strongly In th6 several talks. The
efforts of tho Grants Pass Commer
cial club to secure tho co-operation
of the Southern Pacific were re
viewed mid that company came in
for uu unmerciful drubbing.
Knthryn Kidder Is to go Into
vaudeville with a eoudHusod version
of her former piny. "Madame Sans
Start Right Now
To Banish Catarrh
Sprays and -douches can't destroy
the devilish germs of Catarrh. If
you bellovo that liquids reach the
air tubes, try to swallow n little
water tho "wrong way."
Booth's HYOMEI is an anHsoptlc
soothing, healing air, made chiefly
from Australian Eucalyptus. Its
so easy to use; Just pour a fow drops
UPlnto the hard rubber Inhaler add
breathe It: that's all.
You'll Juiow in five minutes that
HYOMEI is reaching tho sore mem
brane and Its soothing influqnco is
bringing you inoHt comfortable re
lief. For Catarrh, -Crouji, Soro Throat,
Coughs, Colds and Asthma Charles
trang Is authorized, to guarantee HY
OMEI or monoy buck.
Complete outfit, $1.00; extra bot
tles, 50c; at all dealers.
FRANKFORT ON THE MAIN,
Oormany, Nov, 27. Orders to roport
to their roglmonts havo bcou recolved
horo today by Austro-Hungarlan
uiibjeots, members ,of tho urmy rq
sorvo .corps. Funds with which to
pay their fare to tho Austrian front
ier also accompanied tho order
Similar orders wero received by Jlun-
WB HANDLE ALL
and meet all cut 'or club rates
-which are advertised or of
fered by any company. Bo
's Ides wo give you a special
service which you do not got
if you send direct to publish-
BOOK STORE I
IIS 13 A " '
MAKK COI.DF.N DAYS
-lor OLD ACK
-or ALL, AGK.S
BP.CAUSK THEY AWE GOOD,
I. , ! Ufm Inmam !
We Sell for Less
pkq. !), 3 for . '2X6
fancy, pound 1()
quart bottlo -7
Puro Gold, Gold Medal,
Siskiyou and Albany
brands, 2 lb roll 70
Apple Blossom, 49 lb
sack, each. .. ....1.25
Tho best mado 901,. por
cent pure, 10 lb sack'20
401-405 East Main
Jacksonville Brick and
OUR DRAIN TILE STANDS ALL TESTS
Examine ougoods and get our prices bofdro buying
Tomorrow Will Furnish
to 9 p. m.
IS THE IMPORTANT SUBJECT
BEFORE EVERY HOUSEWIFE.
To lw t'fi'lniii of n tliinit'i' (hut is "jijsL
right," 1.1k (Jnn'crit's mul I 'jiMtry should
ho carefully HoloHfd. Wt havo n largo '
stoch of frcnli nii(MiiKluN gnulc gondn.
ALLEN GROCERY CO.
"Which is Different"
Will Serve Tomorrow
Hours 5 to 8 p. m. Price 75 Cents
Hold Your Apples and Got Bottor Pricos
Wo can Htoro 17 earn more of fruit. Ualcs in follews:
200 ho.xcH or Ichk 2'jc )or box for tho season. All in
excess of 200 boxes 20c for tho season.
Season to April 1st.
Medford Ice & Storage Co.
YOU NEED S.S.S.
Every jiufTercrof lUicutrinHsm tie! 3. S. S. because tills rrcnt blood pu
rifier tf a certaihWef tlc'il.tfal dleaKe Kl.oun.nl : mil fHcauscdmi
excess of tiricncld and other corroaive. irritating impurities Jn the Wcwd,
which nrccarricd.throUBh,tho circulation to the diaenrnt portion of ,th
oystem. TCIiia acrid matter coats the iicrveH, muBcka and Joints with .a fine,
cauBtic deposit and -the sharp cutting pains or 'dull, constant nclicjinrepto.
duced. vS. vS. fl. cures Rheumatism because it is n perfect bipod liurlflcr.
It rocs into the blood, neutralizes tjio acids, nnd difiRolvcs the irritating
particles and forces them oivt of tho Byatem through the natural excretory
channels. Then olUuf lamination and swelling subside, the pains and achea
cease, and not only Is Rheumatism .permanently -cured but under -,the ton
ic effects of S. S. fl. the entire health is .benefitted and luiiltup. fc. S. 8.
reacnes iniiqrucii cases n wow m mwo vii;u avc
been acquired, nnd'oodrcsultfl always ,follow its
use. fl. 8. 8. ,is an absolutely jiafe remedy beqause
itcontaliiBuo etronginlncralstodamage the system.
It la uinilo uiit re v or roots. J.erwt ami uarH. iioon
on Rheumatism and any medical advice free to all who write and request
same, 8. 8, , is for sale at leading urug stores.
WE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA,
D. OOSSLEY & SONS
. S ubtVVnukllii St., Now York
Apples ana pears
Wo havo our own Iioiiboh In
NKW VOHK, LIVKHKxWi, I.ONllO.V AND fll(ASOOV
Direct conolgninoiitfl Bollcltort or hoo our Itoguo nivor roprooontatlro.
CHRIS GOTTLIEB Medford, Oregon
J H-l"H"H"H"H"H"H"i"HH-l-H"H-' -H"H"l--l-m..l..
Wo havo tho finest lot of ferns over grown in Modr
ford. Prices nro right.
Out flowers Hint uro J'rcsli. Bulbs, 'ftoso Buslios
a fine lino.
MEDFORt) GREEN HOUSE
Phone 3741., . ( p?3 E. Main