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m M ON QUALITY
TO ADDRESS LAD ES
The cntmnillrc nppoinled liy llic
Medford Commetvlni cluh to InveMi
Kiito tlio proportion mihmitted by C.
.1. Korinck to estnblUh 11 Mock medi
cine fnetory nt Medford hnvc mnde
tlio following retmrt:
Medford, Nov. 25, 1912.
To Whom H May Cencern:
Thu committee Appointed by tti
Medford Commercial clul to examine
Into tho merits of tho stock food and
medicine manufactured by Dr. Chan.
J. Korlnek of Salem, Oregon, wishes
to stnto that they nro In ovrry way
as represented by Dr. Korlnek.
Aside from tho merlin of the arc
lick's manufactured by Dr. Korinck,
wo wish to Rtnto that it would bo
Reed, business on tho part of the
Commercial club of Medford to make
It possible for Dr. Korinck to build n
manufacturing plant In this city. In
tho first place, the stock fooda nntl
medicines contain alfalfa products.
Alfalfa grown In tho Hoguo lltver
valley could bo utilized In tho process
of manufacture. Tho possibilities of
a plant making uso of alfalfa arc far
reaching In that many human foods
nnd condiments may ho made from It.
Tho building of n plant to consume
our local product would bo of ad
vantage to tho alfalfa grower.
As wo understand It, Dr. Korinck
In not asking for charity hut seek a
encouragement from tho business and
rnonled Interest of the valley. Wo
hellcvo that tho purchase of stock In
this plant would bo a paying Invest
ment, as tho profits In tho manufac
ture of stock fcods and medicines are
such as to warrant paying dividends,
'ihero Is a constant and Increasing
demand for stock foods.
P. J. OGAHA,
Chairman of Committee.
II. 11. Tnmon of KorIo Point hits
returned from Hip Portland lnnd pro
duct show where he entered omo of
Ins rnncv Spitsenberj tipples in tlie
four box pIiixx. Uo "soy":
"Tliero wprc 18 entries in the eln.
I entered. 17 of I Jinn from Hood
River. I lost the award mi the pnek
nut llu njinlity of Iho npiJe wit'eh
was unsurMiod. I took no Hckcr
witli mo to repack tin fruit after
shipment and the judges ucd n leel
sipinre for nlignmont nnd found one
of tho apple in the top row. tho only
one 1 (Hiked at, ntt eighth of an inch
out of line which put me nut of the
running despite the fuel thnt my ap
ples were finer thnu tho-o that woni
sweep-dakes at Spokane.
"Mv Spilrcnliergs were I fit only
ones displayed linwni: the true Spit".-
tT'ierg shape the others were round,
nnd flat on the rnds. But the judg.
did not consider this at all."
IN FULL OPERATION
MADERO BREAKS UP
!E LAND TRACTS
WASHINGTON, Nov. 27. To
carry out pledges made when he as
sumed office, President Prnncisco I.
Madcro of Mexico, plans the distri
bution of more than 2,000,000 acres
or land nmong small farmers, accord
ing to consular reports received at
tho Mate department from Chihuahua
and Conhuila. More than 1,700,000
nures nro to ho distributed in Conhu
ila alone, nnd at least 500,000 no res
will be divided in Chihunhun. At the
outset of his rebellion against Por
firio Dinz, Miulero promised to break
up the concentration of land among a
few big owners.
MITCHELL WILL EXPLAIN HIS
VIEWS AS TO MARKET
Dorausc many of tho people of tho
city bavo gained a wrong Impression
of tho views of J. W. Mitchell, can
didate for mayor, as to tho public
market, Mr. Mitchell today an
nounced that ho would prepare- a
sta'tement letting forth his views In
dotall which will bo published In the
near future. Ho asks the public to
withhold Its opinion until they have
read lis statement. Mr. Mitchell
states further that bo believes that
IiIh remarks before tho (Jrcaer Med
ford club Monday were misinterpre
ted, (Paid Advt.)
O. E. I lowland of (Irants Pns re
)orts that all of the Jump-Off-Joe
plncer mines are either nl ready t
work or thnt they will begin opera
tions before tho end of another week.
Sufficient water for plncer mining
was nvnilnblo this season much earl
ier than usual, uud Mime of the
mines wore not ready to mnko use of
the first flow. The giants of the
Sexton and of tho II. & C. nro notive
now, however, nnd tin- three giants
on the Swastika will commenco wash
ing out the gravel next week.
The Jack's creek mine is installing
n gasoline engine and hoist, and will
use the outfit to lift some of the
heaviest boulders out of the way.
The miners are all euthuintic
over tho outlook, and with tho early
coming of the wnter anticipate a
most profitable season's run.
COMMISSIONER CLARK GETS
ANOTHER 7 YEAR TERM
WASHINGTON, Nov. 27. K. E.
Clark, interstate commerce comm'w
sioner was reappointed today by
president Taft for another 'seicii
year term. Clark'. preent terra will
expire next month.
Talent, Oregon, Nov. 26, 1912.
Xotlco Is hereby given that by mu
tual consent of both parties Welborn
Bec&on and C. T. Lester heretofore
doing a general nursery business un
der the firm name of The Wagner
Creek Nursery and Orchard com
pany. Js hereby dissolved. C. T. Les
ter continuing the business under
tho firm name. AH debts owed to
the company nro payable to Ueesan
& Iester, all debts contracted pryor
to Nov. 23, 1912, nro to be paid by
Ileeson & Lester, all future debts
and obligations to be met by C. T
,C. T. LESTER.
TRASK IS APPOINTED
ART DIRECTOR AT FAIR
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 27.-John
E. VA Truhk, secretary of tho Penn
sylvania Academy of Fine Arts, is
today appointed director of the fine
nrts department at the Panama Pu
cifie International Exposition, ac
cording to announcement here.
Tra&k will leave for Chicago to
imil row to meet olhots interested in
thu exposition urt exhibition.
FIRE RAGES ON FAMOUS
BOARD WALK, ATLANTIC CITY
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Nov. 27.
Firo which broke out on the Hoard
iMill; here today destroyed mbro than
half u block and caused damage to
the extent of $50,000.
kaempf Re-elected as
speaker german house
IJEHLIN, Nov. 27. Carl Johannes
Kaempf, member of tho imperial par
liament, is today ru-elected ns speak
er of tho houso,
Friends of George Itcnstrom and
Helen Mlcrs will he Interested to
hear of tholr marriage. The bride
will bo remembered here as the
charming nurse at the Southern Ore
gon hospital in 1910-11. While act
ing In that position she met tho groom
who was a patient thcro. It was tho
beginning of the romance which cul
minated in their marriage In Yreka,
Nov, 20. The groom lived horo for
sometlmo where ho was prominent In
MM! C. MAlinxr.r, of '.T06 K. St.,
W.WuIiiugfeu, J,U..tilr "I uf
ferwl litiiiicuin.ilUui (or flia )un
ul I liio jiul (Hi bold ( your Uul
luut, iumI fi I Uouo iuq murh
Ckk1. j know dci nol lulu uU im
auclliUK iiu guu."
Quiet tho Nerves
Jim. A.WniDHiy, of va Tbompn
bu, iliryrllU), Ito wrlut I TU
ixrto la in I2 111 dtro;e.i Ufa
jcari njoiuul left lue will) jtrkloz
at ulslit to (tut I could uot lxrij. A
f rival told lualalr jour Uoiuicnt
kiid liow I could but du wllhout It. I
Hud nl lor It tuo 1 can ilp."
"Iia good Liniment. I keep it on
hand all tho time. My daughter
sprained her trlt and ued your
Liniment, and it has not hurt tier
Of K'lina, N, O.,
H.V.U., So. 4.
M Ml Dealer!
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A special mpetlnpc of tho Greater
Medford club will bo held next Mon
day when Professor George llobeo vf
tho University of Orogon will address
the ladlpH on civics. A full attend
ance Is reijuoRtcd.
In a report of tho recent meetlnK
namtiiR tho various departments Into
which tho club has resolved Itself tho
Home Kcotiomlca division was mult-
ted. Mrs. J. . Schmidt has charrto
of this work.
Legal blanks at Mall Tribune.
WASHINGTON", Nov. I!". Willi
l'n'iident Taft, jutlt,o of Iho sit
promo court, members of tho senate
and house, beside, many foreign dip
lotnatu, in nttendAiiee, the funeral of
United States Senator Nldor Hnynor
of Maryland was held Iipit this nf
tonuunt rtt 2 nVloek.
Chaplain Pierce of the senate
preached the funeral sermon, and tlio
associates in emigre- of the dead
stateoman bore his hodv to the jinive.
Inlenuput wns in Hook I'reek cemetery.
A number of people In the city
will bavo turkey for Thanksgiving If
theft of the popular birds reported
Wednesday morning Is nny criterion.
Several complaints wore made today
of tho loss of birds duo to loio their
necks this mornlmt. In mm Instaucn
four fltio birds wore stolen.
I'or sometlmo chicken stealing
which previously flourished In tho
city has apparently been stamped
out but Tuesday night the lull In
tho business broke out afresh hut
this 1 1 mo tho thelves sought turks.
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At Public Market
Booths 11-12 .
f , Wishes to thank tho people of
' Medford and valley for past patron- .. y
T age. Hereafter, until further notice,
. . ' his stall will be open on ,-.
fl ' ' SATURDAYS ONLY
As Mr. Crowder will bo busy on
his farm. All who have stock, cows
or calves for sale, phone 272-Z,
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Who Cut Meat Prices?
Who was It that gavo tho people of Medford cheap meat
through the public marketT
Who fought tho meat trust and forced prices down throush
out tho city?
It I am forced out of buitnesi, prlros wilt go up. People stay
by your friends keep meat cheap.
All kinds of steak lile n ,
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ASK 10 K CATALOG NO.
W allan;ui ul Hirif)fwl.rft, Ouaprlra
Nearly a quarter of a eontury under tho Bamo
Jackson County Bank
It has succeeded becauso of
Boundnoss of principle
Economy of nmnagomont
Safety of investment
Courteous and liberal treatment
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $175,000.00
W. I. Vawtcr .President G. R. Lindloy, Vice Pros.
0. W. McDonald, Cashier