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A fhle In tho homo of A. lltilb.irl
linrnetl owl al nn curly hour today,
tho ftro ilepsMment reoiullnR.
Hawover they wcro not needed.
Savon floaters woro picked up by
th polled sllnday nfodgtvoli frcb lodR.
In in Uio cltyjall. All wofo jstven
a tin pak out or town Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Schmltt of Jack
nonvlli'f Wo guests of 'h. K. Hanny
and lits'lfe Sunday. '"
Tho Feast of Seven Tables. Rlfen
by the Ladles' Aid society of the
FlrstuM.,K. vhurch, nt Palmer Piano
Il6uc, Wednesday, Dec: 11, from 5
to- j. m. A 223
W. C. Covert left today for Los
AnRoles whero ho will spend tho win
llr. and Mrs. Frauk Salter of
Ragle Point spent Sunday In Med
ford. W. W. Usshor, manager of tho Pa
cific. Tolcphono company at Ashland,
won amoiiR his Medford friends Sat
urday. ' Fruit labels in any color printed
by tho Mall Tribune. tf
Fred"Schilts or Sams Valley visited
In Medford and vicinity on Sunday.
J. V. Myers of Central Point,
chief fruit Inspector, was the guest
of relatives living In Medford Sun
day. Tho Feast of Seven Tables
Wednesday, Dec. 11. 223
F. K. llnll and J. a Altkcn of
Rogue Wvcr were recent visitors In
Vapor baths nnd scientific mas
sago for men and women. Dr. R.
J. Lockwood, chrlopractor, 203 Oar-nett-Corey
Bldtr. Phono 145.
11. A. Thlorolf was at Ashland
Saturday on business for tho Dig
Pines Lumber company.
Phone us your orders for milk,
cream, butter and untterrallk. Two
deliveries, dally. R. R. Creamery.
Miss Mdud Nichols has returned
from Portland, whero sho attended
tho wedding of Jesso nutter and Miss
Mrs. llalllday-Halfiht, contralto
pupil of 'Marches!. (Paris), Randeg
ger (England), George Sweet, Os
car Saengor, New York, will receive
pupils tor vocal culturo at residence
studio, 4 of Oakdal'e avenue, South.'
Phono Main 7265. 523
Miss Grace Kelson of Sterling left
for North, Dakota a few days since,
to visit her sister.
Carkln & Taylor (John n. Car
kin and Glenn O. Taylor), attorneys-
at-law, over Jackson County Bank
M. M. Taylor of Jacksonville wcro
Medford visitors Sunday evening,
Tho Rose Mai don Is coming.
Mrs. O. Van Epps of Talent has
been visiting friends living In the
Oak and bardwood f 4.G0 and $5.00
per cord. Gold Ray Realty Co.,
Sixth and Fir.
Leon II. Hasklns left for Portland
Sunday, uttend a meeting of the
state board of pharmacy of which
body ho is a member.
Real home-made bread at DeVoe's,
.1, S. Tucker, a former resident of
Jackson and Joscphlno counties, is
hero on a visit. He haB invested In
a stock ranch in Shasta county, Cal.,
slnco ho left hero.
Artistically printed letter beads on
fancy bond paper make fine Christ
mas presents. Let us show 70U
samples. The Mall Tribune. tf
Joseph "Wright and II. W. LIudsay
of Central Point 'precinct were among
tho many who wcro Medford visitors
Henry II. Taylor of Applegate tran
sacted business In Medford Saturday
afternoon. t "
Soft wood' $2 a tier. Gold Hay
Really Co. ,
Tho Decoraber torm of circuit
court convened at Jacksonville Mon
day, with a long docket for consid
eration. Rose Maiden, Dec. 17th at Nat.
S. P. White, who went to Weed,
Cal., lately is In Medford again.
. Oak tier wod for sale. Gold Ray
Mr. and Mrs, Y. II. Madden wore
in their country home, located wch
of Central Point, for the week-end.
Legal blanks for sale at the Mall
Trlbuno office. tf
Mark Woodruff of Portland Is
making Medford a business visit.
Oak tier wod for sale. Gold Ray
Nearly all or tho lawyers of Mod
ford and tho balnnco of the county
Journeyed td Jacksonville to be pres
ent at tho opening of circuit court.
It, E, Galo of Merlin, ono of Jose
phine county's leading fruit growers,
was In Medford Sunday.
MM Hmmi V. W. Weki MTX
A. Sk 9ttm MM
For goodness sake, hsve R. A,
Holmes, tho Insurance man write
your Insurance. Ho knows how,
Alfred Week! mado! a hnglnons trli
to Ph'oenlrf Saturday hrtorhdom
Dr. n. J. Conroy Wa Moved hit
bfftco to tho Hutchison ft'Lurasdon
building. Theso offices were for
merly occupied by tho commercial
club. Srs. Conroy nnd Clancy have
Carpentqr Rro. of Tolo trans
acted bhslncss In Medford ono day
this weeK. '
Oak and hardwood 4.S0 and JG'.OO
f)er cord. Gold Ray Realty Co.,
Sixth nnd Fir. '
John A. Grnffla and Arthur Rose
of Phoenix precinct were In oilr city
Collect thoso scattered sheets of
music you valuo and have them
bound In book form at the Mall
J. Shirley who has been In Med
ford, visiting his son, left for Grants
$2000.00 or fraction thereot to
loan on Improved country real es
tate at current rates. Carkln &
Taylor, Jackson County Bank Dldg.,
J. W. Merrltt and F. C. Hopkins
wcro down from Central Point re
' Bring that old book with torn
binding down and have It rebound
at the Mall Trlbuno office. CosU
but little. tf
Denton Dowers of Ashland was In
Medford a few days since.
Rose Maiden. Dee. 17th at Rat
Miss Ltzzlo Aitkin of Rogue River
has been In Medford visiting rcla
Tresspass notices for sale at the
Mall Tribune office. tf
Clydo Nlles, who Is employed at
Roxuclands, spent a day In Medford
Mrs, Charles NIckell nnd her
daughter wcro Jacksonville visitors
Ciir-ly Wilson of Jacksonville was
among Medford friends Sunday.
E. E. Dunbar, U E. Schmidt, S. E.
Green and W. D. Savago of Grants
Pass were recent visitors In Med
Verne Pendleton of Table Rock
tarried In the city Saturday.
Paul Spuhn was in Medford the
foro part of tho week, visiting rela
tives and friends.
A. M. Wilson (s spending a few
days in Medford and Jacksonville
Mrs. M. H. Parker of Central Point
mado Medford a social -visit Sunday,
, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mahah and Mr.
Easterly wcro among the Ashlanders
In Medford during tho past few days,
Perdue Dros. of Hilt, Cal., made a
business trip to our city Saturday.
. P. McMartlu of Phoenix and F. L.
Llttletlcld of Talent spent Sunday In
Prof. V. A. DaVIs wan In Medford
Saturday. Ho Is teaching school in
ono of tho districts between Central
Point and Jacksonville.
Mrs. L. Reames and a daughter
of Phoenix spent Saturday evening
Dorn, at Jacksonville, Dec. 3, to
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ulrich, a son.
"W. II. Clements, the miner, has re
turned to Applegate from an extend
cd visit In California.
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Purdln made
Ashland a visit Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Blake Baldwin ac
companied Cap Vcrdin and his wife
to Grant Pass Saturday evening.
1 C. it. Speck has gone to San Fran
Cisco and may remain In California
George Carstens Journeyed to
Grants Pass Saturday evening.
John Twohy arrived from Port
land Sunday and may be here for sev
eral days. Tho actions brought
against his company tor damages by
relatives of the victims of tho dyna
mite explosion at the quarry near
Jacksonville last summer wl" come
uj) at this term or circuit court.
"Counting from a century stand
point," stated A. Fridlger today, "I
am just 19C7 years of age today."
Mr. Fridlger Is qultely observlrig his
birthday. He attributes h'm locj
llvlty to his faith lu the bright fu
ture beyond and also the principles
of Oddfellowshlp aid socialism'.
Tho Ladles Aid of the Christian
Christian church will meet on
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'cl'ecil:
with Mrs. lien Gdrnctt at 211 Olson
Ladles' Aid of Christian church
will hold a general meeting of all the
circle at the Christian church instead
of ut Mrs. Garnett's.
SENATORS IMPATIENT OVER
DELAY ARCHB0LD TRIAL
WASHINGTON. Dec. 0 Imnatlent
nt tho tedioiiBiiesH of the lieuriiiKS in
the tihneacliment nrneenillnfm nnnltmf
Judge Ilobbrt W. Archbuld; ot tiie
commerce court, many seiihlorw
shouted loudly todny for e.xx.'lltlon.
Forty witnesses ure still to hu cnllod
for tho prosecution.
J. PIERP. IS PRESENTED
FRENCH BRONZE MEDAL
FAHIS, DEC. D.In annrwintibn
of his donations, the Association of
Pans police has. voted a bronzo wetnl
ty JNcrpont Jlorgtiii, the American!
MEDFORti MATE TRIBUNE,
"'Hi ' ! M. 1 I. 1 -1. - L - If.' -
KLAMATH PI EATERS
f '"l OFFICE
KLAMATH FALt, Oro Dec. 9.
It Is quite probable that tho first
federal portion In this section that
will be optt for a democrat will be
tho superlntendecy of Crater Lake
National park. F. W. Arttrtt, who
has held tho pdJItloti ever vlnco the
park was established, has always
been a strong partisan and was an
rtrdent supporter of Tatt during the
tho recent campaign. It Is Mid that
ho has soino hopo of retaining hi
position under a democratic presi
dent, but local democrats do not view
tho Kltuatlou lu this tight. There are
already four men seeking appoint'
ment under tho new administration
All oro democrats nnd wer strong
supporters of Wilson In the last cam
pnlgn. They are II. E. Momyer, who
has for several years been the chief
ranger in tho park: J. W. Bryant, ono
of the oldest settlers of the Klamnth
country nnd a southerner who served
In the Confederate rmy; W. M.
Whltlock. a local democrat who was
active In the support of Wilson and
Lane, and It. E. Hunsaker. another
lifelong local democrat. While nil
am asnlrants for the position It Is
tery likely that some sort of an
agreement will bo reached whereby
tho full forco of local democracy
wlll be placed behind ono of the
NEW YORK IN GRIP
OF FIRST COLD WAVE
NEW YOBlC, Pee. 0. This
city is in the crip of n cold
wnve todny. Tho thermom
eter rfjristcred 15 decrees
nbove zero but is slowly drop
ping. LINER MAURETANIA SAFE
REPORT OF TROUBLE FALSE
NEW YOftK, Dec. 0Cunard com
pany officials here todny denied thnt
anything has happened to the Man
retnhin. The bij: liner wirelessed to
Queenstown at noon today that nil
was well and that tho vessel was then
sixty-five miles ont.
The Cnnnrd officials hero know
uothing of the origin of n report thnt
the Mnureinhin wns in trouble.
40,00ft MEN OUT IN
BRITISH RAILROAD SIHIKt
LONDON,- liedi ri.'-TTcelnring thnt
there are nt present -10,001) men out
nnd n tie-up iti the north of Kudnnd
is threatened, Newcastle telegraphed
here today thai the Norlh Eastern
milwny strike is Knowing serious and
spreading to other rood.
SIX NEGROES LYNCHED
BY ALABAMA MOB
MODtLE, Ala.. IKe. &. TeIeRramR
from Choclnw county sny a mob
hnhged -three negTocs Ihcre early to
dny. Six negroes lire en route hero
WOULD 1AR SECOND TERMERS
(Continued from page 1.)
Ho nnd his. corporations -.wcro' sub
jected to prosecution for the viola
tion of tho Shorrdart law. Ho raiRCd
a land or two nunurea nna iuiy
thousand' dollars for the republican
campaign of 100 i.
lVUd for Lincoln's Token
"Two candidates in tho last cam
paign traveled tb'e country over mak
ing speecnes raost nnywnere mey
could nnd standing room. They trav
elled in their private cars at im
mense cost, paid out of contributions
for campaign expenses.
"One bf them gave time enough
from bis eager nnd unseemly quest
for office to visit the tomb of Abra
ham Lincoln and lay a wreath, also
pitld for out of the campaign contri
butions, on his grave. What a touch
ing and sincere tribute that was to
the grefltest president the country
BELGRADE, Dec. 0. That the
health of. King Peter is the cause of
much anxiety among his peoplo is
fitntcd in n message here today. Tho
Iclhg falhtcd several times ytfiterilify.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR $XGHAN)aK-r200,00p Cali
fornia incomo property, uanx
mttrivnvn IfiO flnn. Wnntu Ifitul J
6t Incomo In Oregon. What havo
yod to" offer. C, A. McArthur,
room 3, P. O. block, phone 30&1.
LUST Gold watch with Initials R.
E. on back. Finder return to
Mall Tribune and receive roWard.
FOR SALE Dry Oak wood. Phono
FOR RENT Five room furnished
hoiiHO closo In. Inqulro nt 103 N.,
MEDFORD, OREGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1012.
1 JJL'f J
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Yesterday was a very busy day nt
tho Presbyterian church. The Sun
day school, Onrlsllan Kndenvot- socie
ty nnd the church services had a
large attendance. Tho music was of
a very high brdtr, AH;l Or. Parsons
preached n most eloquent sermon nt
tho morning, afternoon and evening
meetings. Tho meeting for men
only at 3 p. tn. was well attended nhd
At the meetings many signed cards
accepting Christ, and others ex
pressed a deslro to lead tho Chris
tian life. Many said: "Dr. Par
sons preached well for us a year ugo,
but ho Is preaching stronger sermons
this year." Preaching this evening
at 7 '30, thn subject of tho sermon
this evening Is. "Through Duty to
God." Special music this evening
The chorus and orchestra will be as
sisted by tho orchestra from the
Speclnl music Instrumental and
vocal. Every body coino and bring
his friend. Tomorrow nt 2:30 p. m.
a meeting for th women and all are
irged to ho present, nnd each to
bring Borne friend along. Wednes
day at 3:30 a meeting at tho church
for the young peoplo of tho high
school. On Thursday at C:30 p. in.
a luncheon nt the church for the
men of the church and congregation
nnd every man Is Invited to ba pres
ent. On Friday at 6:30 p. m. a
luncheon for the young people of tho
church nnd congregation In the
chapel and each young person Is ex
pected to bring come ono with him.
Every evening popular meeting for
all at 7:30. Everybody is most cor
dially Invited to cone. Tho subjects
for each evening are as follews:
Monday, Dec. 9, "Through Duty to
God": Tuesday, Dec 10, "Vatno
Hopes": Weduosdar, Dec. 11, "The
Virtue of Attention": Thursday. Dec.
12, "God'a Lovo": Friday. Dec. 13,
"The Narrow Gate."
CENTRAL POINT ITEMS
Mrs. Caldwell and Ma Senmnn
of Rogue Rivec cro transacting
business here Saturday.
The Central Point school district
at their special ueetiiig Saturday
levied seven mill tux for tho enduing
year. ,(, .
Mrs. W. C. .Leewr nnd son, Karl,
Mrs. F..J. Tiiyfo'r atd m1i, Raymond,
Mrs. O. E. Fox, "Mies Ilesio Lee,
JDks Ornce Smith, MU Pearl Piiti
key, Mjs Young, Mr. Hauling. I). It.
Pankej', E. Slurlev, flits .Morris It.
E. Mdrray.-K. I)nvf.-, Ilnrrv Peal nil
visited in Medford Saturday.
The following people visited in
MVdford Sunday: Rev. nud Mrs.
L. D. Hasklns, druggist, deserves
praise from Medford peoplo for In
troducing here tho slmplo buckthorn
bark and glycerine mixture, known
as Adlcr-l-ka. This simple German
remedy first becsmo famous by cur
ing appendicitis nnd It has now been
discovered that A SINGLE DOSE re
lieves sour stomach, gas on tho
stomach and constipation INSTANT
LY. IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW
t . I ' . . .
What a Heap of Happiness it Would
Uring to Mrdfoiil Home
Hard to do housework with an ach
nrlngs you hours of misery dt lei
sure or at work.
If women only knew thb cause
Dachache pains often como from
'Twonld save much needless woe.
Donn's Kidney Pills aro for weak
Read wlinte, a Medford citizen says:
Mrs. Mary Wlnterhaldor, near W.
Jackson street, Medford, Ore., says I
"I usod Doan's Kidney Pills with
beneficial results when siitforlng
from kidney troublo'and I know of
dthur persons Who havo taken them
with success. Slnco I usod Doan's
Kidney Pills about a year ago, I havo
not bad the least troublo from my
kldnoys, This roitiedy deserves n.y
"When Your Dick Is Lamo tla
nlembur the Name." Don't simply
ask for a kidney remedy ask rtl
tlhctly for Doatt's Kidney Pills, tho
samo that Mrs. YVihtorbuldcr had
tho remedy backed by homo testi
mony. Ii0c all stores. Foster-Mil-burn
Co., Props., UuffalO, N, Y.
1 m I....
Clark & Wright
.. ' . , LAWTlJiil ' '. 1
wAhitinoton, . c.
Publlo Land Matters: Final Proof.
Dtsert Landjpohtest and tflnlai
I-.. 4-t ' --r'r"t""U,i,rt
Uenrsl, llev. Ilruuk, Mis (Iruee
Sinilh, Mlis JVnrl Pnnkc-v, Henry
Freetiuili, l.uko lVnrl, II. J I, Ells
worlh, Mr. Ilnvwii, Mr, Tnylor, Ob'it
Owen. HoWntd Ihinlnp, Mike Cliiv.
I. NloiioU, Mei-ril Kindle.
Tho Miisttt Klbel nud 1'XIiit
Smith of Hold Hill wore gmMs of llu
Misses Emerson Suiiduv.
A. V. Whitney bus itlumi'd front
n (rip lo Klumulli euut.v.
IHWOLPTIOXM OK COXIlOI.KNriC.
Whereas, lht Suproino Ruler of tho
dnlverso has In his Infinite wlmlum
removed from tumuli: us our worthy
and esleenled Neighbor Tlioluns W.
Ueckclt, and wlioroau, tho long nnd
Intlnmto relation hold with him by
Medford Camp No. '.ill, Woodniini of
tho World make It einliiently befit
ting thnt wo record our appreciation
of him; therefore,
Resolved, That tho sudden removal
of Neighbor lleckutt from our midst
leave n vacancy and a shadow that
will ho deeply rcallxcd by the muni
bers and friends of this I'niup, and
will provn a serious low to the com
munity nnd public.
Resolved, Thnt with deip m-
pa thy with tho bereaved relatives woi
express our hope that oven so great
n loss to us nil may ho overruled for
good by Him who dooth nil things
Resolved, Thnt n copy of theso
resolutions be spread upon tho min
utes of this Camp, a copy printed In
the local paper and n copy forwarded
to the bereaved family.
F. W. WAIT.
JOHN. A. PERL.
W. II. JACKSON.
Com mil tee.
This to show that I, II. Klum, havo
purchased tho bill posting nnd dis
tributing business formerly con
ducted by V. T. Canon, nnd I will
not bo responsible for bills con
tracted by Mr. Canon.
Notlco Is hereby given that the un
dersigned will apply to tho city coun
cil of the city of Medford nt Its next
regular meotlng on December 17.
1912, for a license to soil splrltous,
vinous nnd malt Honors In uunutl-
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NATIONAL AUTHOR'S INSTITUTE
(lea lens llinli a gallon nt his place
of business nt No. 17, Houth l-'ront
street, lu said city, for It period, of
O. M, BKLMIV.
Dated Pcroiuhor nth. mill,
HI'KCIAIi HOIIOOL MICKTINfl.
Notice Is hereby given to the legal
Voters of School District No. 4U, of
.Inrksnn county, state of Oregon, that
a special school meeting t tho Sftld
district will ho held at tho high
school building on the ,0th day nt
December, llUU at 2?30 o'clock In
the afternoon, for tho purpose of
making n levy of a special school
Dated this 2IHh day of Nov., 191!i.
II. O. KKNTNKIt,
Chairman Hoard of Directors.
Wolscott Sisters will bo hern two
wielis with nil tho latest styles of
Indies' hair goods, Portland nnd Han
l-'rnnelsrn prices. Combing mado to
order. Wo root tho hair nud do first
class work only. Loaatod at Mrs.
Iti-lvoiOut (,'as nud Souriicn nt Once
mid End lyNwn
Don't cemplain: If your meals do
not digest get n fiO cent box of MI0
NA Stomach Tablets today and stop
distress, gas, sourness, fermentation
and that lump of lead feeling lu five
And why should any sensible per
son over suffer from any slomach
trouble, when Clin. Htrang Is nit
thorlted to refund thn purchao price
to any dissatisfied person If MI0
NA Stomach Tablets do not dn away
with Indigestion, Acute or Chronic
Dyspepsia, Dtiilness, Nervousness
For Vomiting of Pregnancy and
the effects of over-rating, drinking
or smoking they are simply fine.
letters from tho bitf filiii
Anderson's millinery atom, 132 W.
Main m. Phono 23I-.S. 222
And- ninny iihH'iiI
Sole iiKtMtlM ill mmlliom
Our showing nt this season com
prises tho finest selection ever shown
lit Medford. No mutter how Inex
pensive the watch that enmea front
Keller the Jeweler, wo guarantee It
to keep accurate time.
Let us show you our stock and
convince you that our prices aro tho
Keller, the Jeweler
Corner of Mnlu nud Fir Street
!. I l !.-'.i:-l-J-!-I
Rev. Wm. Parsons, D. D.
oC .PiHgi'iie, Oivifnii
First Presbyterian Church
MONDAY, DEC. 2 TO SUNDAY, DEC. 15
llvory Evening at '7:30
Good Choral nnd OrchoHtru TiiHio
manufacturers, such as
NEW YORK CITY