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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE. MEDFORD, ORMCION. TUESDAY, DECrciMKKR 17. 1012.
Mr.
I
10CALAND
l: PERSONAL
MrjijiJarljMn li among the Spo
kane people who liavo boon in Med
ford recently.
Don Cameron, CI5M0 Shaw, Oooriro
Dommer and another member of (ho
forco Which la running preliminary
linen between Medford and the const
for lh6)UIl Interest, m In Med
ford Monday evening, en route to
OrantM 1'ass,. whence they will pro
V reed toward the ApploRato reftlon.
Order your pop com for your
fhrlfttihas tree early. Pop eorn ball
inndo to order at the Pop Corn Stand
103 West Main. .-
William Schdyler Moses, 0, former
resident of Yreka, Cal., and well
known to tho pioneers of Southern
Oregon, died ftt San Franclseo Dec.
Ifith, aged '85 years. Mo was prob
alily the oldest Free Mason In tho
world by'yeara of hiembershlp.
Don't' buy those cheap, Portland
facle'ry "mailo caridlcs for your Christ
man tree when you can get home
made, ptiro cream candles for 25
cents per pound at the Pop Corn
Store'. 103 West Main.
Robert J. Nixon, postmaster of
Yrcka, Cat., was among his Med ford
friends' the forepart of the week.
A dollar's worth of Ited Cross Seals
may be the means of curing a con
sumptive. For goodness sake, nave R. A.
Holmes, tho lusuranco man write
your Insurance. Ho knows bow.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Austin of Seattle
are spending a few days In Medford.
Remember that tonight Is your
only chance for the Rose Maiden at
the Nat. 229
Samuel Rosenberg, proprietor of
tho Rear creek orchards, arrived from
Seattle Monday morning.
llasket ball Med ford High vs. Cot
tage Crovn Thursday, 19th. 230
Seo the big game Med ford vs.
Cottago Grove. 230
George H. Flttglbbon of Portland
Is making Medford his usual visit
Order your pop corn for your
Christmas tree early. Pop corn
balls made to order at the Pop
Corn Store, 103 West Main.
C. O. Saxton of Grants Pass was a
business visitor in Medford Monday.
William Ulrlch has bees appointed
by tho United States district court
receiver for tho Art Store formerly
operated ,by C. E. Collins. All of
the Block Is now being offered for
sale at absolute cost. Bring In your
pictures and have them framed at
cost.
C. Hoke of Kugeno is sojourning
In Medford for a few days.
Oak tier wod for tale. Gold Ray
Realty Co.
O. C. King, salesman for tho Med
ford Grocery company, spent Tues
day iu Grants Pass.
If. W. Lindsay of Central Point
and R. W. Hitchcock of Esglo Point
were in Medford Monday.
Owen Dunlapof Phoenix trans
acted business in Medford Monday.
At a bargain. 125 tiers of dry fir
wood, at wholesale. Apply at 433
South Fir street, Medford.
O. A. Ross of Applcgato, who Is
mining In Thompson creek district;
arrived Jn Medford Monaay, for a
short stay".
Rosa Maiden, Dec. 17th at Nat
1 Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Moore of Horn
brook',' Cal., have been visiting in
Medford.
William Ulrlch has bees appointed
by tho United States district court
receiver for the Art Store formerly
operated by C. 15. Collins, AH of
the stock Is now being offered for
sale at absolute cost. Bring In your
pictures and have them framed at
cost.
Han; Silver of Ashland la maklsg
Medford a business visit.
Did you know about the basket
ball game Thursday? 230
K. .1. I'nrra and Fred Hopkins of
Centn.i tlnt were among the niuuy
who came to Medford Monday.
12000.00 or fraction thereof to
loan oa Improved country real es
tate at current rates. Carkln &
Taylor, Jackson County Bank Didg.,
Medford.
The sixteenth annual convention of
the California Miners association was
held la San Francisco last week. C.
IJ. Watson and O. L. Young of Ash
land asd A. H. Gunnel! or Grants
Pass were among the delegates ap
pointed by Governor West to repre
sent Oregon.
Clean-up aIo on pepls until Christ
mas at Ireland's Smoke House,
Jaraea D. Falrchlld, an attorney
of Yreka, Cal., has been making Med
ford a professional visit.
Tickots for tho Los Angeles excur
sion nro now on wlo nt S, P, depot.
Those figuring on going should wrlto,
phone or cull at (he office to enable
agent to secure reservations,
Weeks &HcGowan Co.
UNDERTAKERS
Say nwi M71
wtM rooBMi jr, w, wk ten
A. JL Orr UU
KABX AMH0TAJTX
Joseph Ocppert of Dig Uutto was
In Medford and Jacksonville during
tho week.
Fruit labels In any color printed
by tho Mall Tribune. tt
, J", C. Hall went north on Mondny
cVcnlng'a train.
William Ulrlch has bees appointed
by tho United States district court
operated by C. K. Collins. All of
receiver for tho Art Store formerly
the stock Is now being offert'd for
sale nt absolute cost. Ilrlng In your
pictures and havo them framed at
cost.
Over $12,000,000 In dividends will
be paid to policy-holders of tho New
York l.lfo Insurance Co. thla year.
C. Y. Tcngwald, Medford National
Rank llldg., with J. A.'Weatcrlnnd.
230
Mr. and Mrs. C. Comhostt of Dun
corn, this county, took train No. 20
Tuesday mornlsg for PrlnevlUo,
Ore., where they havo purchased
land ond where they expect to re
side. Cottago Grove Is swift. So Is
Medford. 230
II. G. Haswoll, traveling represen
tative of the Haswell Commission
company of Medford, was In Grants
Pass Tuesday.
Basket ball Med ford High vs. Cot
tago Grove Thursday, 19th. 230
Al J. Adams, a pioneer resident of
Josephine county, of which he was
onco school superintendent, ctlcd u
short time slsce. He was burled un
der the auspices of Kcrhyvllle lodgo
of Masons.
Glvo her for Christmas Commun
ity, Diamond Edge or World brands
silver plate, Flat Ware. F. W. Shap
lelgh Hardware Co.f 28 South Cen
tral. J. F. Kelly and E. E. Morrison of
Griffin creek were recent visitors In
Medford.
Kodak finishing, tho best at Wes
ton's, opposlto book storo.
W. P. Bailey of Gold Hill was a
Medford visitor Sunday .afternoon.
Phone us your orders for milk,
cream, butter and buttermilk. Two
deliveries, dally. R. It, Creamery.
Rev. Wm. Parsons, the evangelist,
who has been holding services, with
much success, at the Presbyterian
church in Medford, left for his home
at Eugene Mosday evening.
Carkln & Taylor (John ft. Car
kln and Glenn O. Taylor), attorneys-
at-Iaw, over Jackson County Bank
Building Medford.
D. S. Force, who Is engaged In
farming In Josephine county Is
spending a few days nt Medford and
Jacksonville.
Tho Rose Maiden Is coming.
Frank E. Bybcu of North Jackson
ville made Medford a visit Monday
evening.
E. D. Weston, commercial photos
raphorn, negatives mads ssy time or
place by appointment. Phono M.
1471.
R. E. Doane U over from Siskiyou
county, Oa!., where bo Is developing
a promising mine.
Real home-made bread at DoVoe's.
O. N. Nelson, of Jacksonville, In
surance agent, went to Ashland.
Artistically printed letter beads on
fancy bond paper make fine Christ
mas presents. Let us show you
samples. Tho Mall Tribune. tf
Sheriff Jones was in Medford Mon
day afternoon, on official business.
Soft wood 2 a tier. Oold Ray
Realty Co.
Mllo P. Ward, well known In
Gold Hill and Its vicinity, has brought
a suit for an accounting In the circuit
court at Portland against I. G. Dav
idson, claiming that he hopelessly
muddled tho affairs of tho Davidson
Ward Co. and tho Gold Hill Lino
Ditch Co., while treasurer of both
concerns. Ward alleges that $30,
000 has been misappropriated.
Rose Maidon, Dec. 17th at at.
Don't buy those cheap Portland
factory made candles for your Christ
mas treo when you can get home
made pure cream candles for 25
conts per pound at the Pop Corn
Store, 103 West .Main.
Havo you tried our peanuts, they
are the best Jn town and are roasted
fresh every day. Wo also handle a
flno lino of shelled and blanched
nuts nt tho Pop Corn Store, 103
West Main.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Roessler, who
havo been out at Phoenix visiting
relatives, will leave Wednesday for
their home In Nelllvlllo, Wis.
Build up your own locality by buy
ing homo-mado goods, always fresh
at the Pop Corn Store, 103 West
Main,
W. J. Hills and son, Ford, are
contemplating leasing the Andorson
Green garago on North Holly etreot.
Should tbey perfect the arrangements
they will open the jilace for business
about tho first of tho year. Asldo
from doing a garago business they ex
pect to handle tractor motors for
farm use and will also buvo an Auto
mobile sales agency.
For the boy'u Christmas, wagons,
coasters, skates, guns, velocipedes,
etc. F. W. ShapleJgh Hardwaro Co.,
28 South Central,
J. M, Burt, traveling salesman for
tho John Deero plow company, with
hoadquartors In Medford, loft Tues
day for a business trip to tho north,
Vapor baths and eeloutlflo mas
saga for men and women. Dr, It.
J. Lockwood, chrlopractor, 203 Gar-nott-Corey
Uldg. Phono 145,
n
Mrs W K Norrls who has boon
seriously III nt her home on North
Hartlett street was removed to the
Sacred Heart hospital Sunday and
wa operated upon Monday. While
her condition U very serious hr
physicians hold hopes of her ultimate
recovery.
Christmas, presents. Perculators,
chafing dishes, easslroles, etc., In
copper, brass and aluminum. F. W.
Shaplelgh Hardwaro Co., 2S South
Central.
General Passcnaor Agent John M.
Scott of tho Southern Pacific,
passed through Medford Sunday en
route to San Francisco.
Collect thoso scattered sheets of
music you vnluo and havo them
bound In book form at tho Mall
Tribune. tf
General Superintendent Campbell
of tho Southern Pacific spout uu hour
In Medford Monday evening.
Legal btanks tor sale at tho Mall
Tribune office. ' tf
F. D. Walte of Southerlln. Is In
Medford concluding details for the
sale of his property near Ashland to
tho Oakland syndicate that recently
purrhnsed the A. A. Davis property
Oak tier wod tor sale. Gold Ray
Realty Co.
Shirley Raker, of San Frainl-co.
N In Medford for a few days' busi
ness stay.
Bring that old book with torn
binding down and havo It rebound
at tho Mall Trlbuno office Costa
but lirtlo. tt
Dr. R. J. Conroy has moved his
office to tho Hutchison & Lumsdon
building. Theso offices were for
merly occupied by tho commercial
club. Drs. Conroy and Clancy havo
dissolved partnership.
Did you know that the pop corn
that we will use for Christmas was
raised near Medford and Is tho best
In tho world. Try our Crlspettes
and hot buttered pop corn, 103 West
Main.
MUSEAL PROGRAM wtsitHUUHD 10 RUN -
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FORPilOEN11!
Tlio following u the mimical pro
gram for the Rose Maiden, given to
night by the Medford Choral socie
ty at tho Nut at Ss 30.
Introduction ... tuntrumoutul
O'rehentru
ClioYus "Green Vale nud Vine-clad
Mountains"
Uucltntlvo and Duo!. Mr M. V. Mad
dux, tenor; Mra. Kd Andrews, so
prano; Mr. lMvAudrenft, Imrltnue.
Recitative, Churns and Solo. Mr. K.
V. Maddox, tenor; Mrs, J.llllan
McKlllbp, soprano.
Chorus, "'.Midst the Waving Rose
Trees"
Intermission
Recitative, Scenn nud Chorus, Miss
lues Coffin, soprano; Miss Fran
cone McNassar, alio; Mr. i. V.
Muddov, tenor.
Recitative nud Duet, Mr. Kd An
drews, baritone; .Ml Iva Coffin,
sopraun. Mr. Fletcher Fish, tenor.
Chorus ' TI Thy Wedding Morning"
Finale, Solo nud Chorus, Mr. (I. T
Wilson, tenor.
BEEF WINS GAME
FROM CHOSEN F
By football tactics, much beef,
and ability to use it, the Medford
Athletic basket ball team won by a
narrow margin, a hard fought game
from tho Chosen Friends club team
at the Natatorlum last night. It
was by far tho fastest and roughest
game yet seen on tho local floor.
That tho Athletic team was deter
mined to win by hook or crook was
evidenced by their playing. Tho
plucky C. F. C. team could not cope
with tho superior beef.
The Ilne-up was as follews:
Chosen Friends Center, Walden;
guards, Llndley and Kerzur; for
wards, Dldday and Coffccn.
Athletics Center, Hodgman;
guards, Drako and Burnett; for
wards, Fields and Cochran. Referee,
Jewell.
The first half was played fairly
clean but at the sound of tho whistle
on tho second half the rough work
commenced. Fouling by holding,
tackling and tripping was tho order.
The final score stood 1C to 13 In
favor of tho Athletics but was hard
ly a credit to them.
Tho C. F. C. team express confi
dence that thoy can win In a return
gnmo and a fair referee.
The gamo was witnessed by a small
but enthusiastic audience.
A number of good games aro sched
uled for tho near future.
NOTICE.
I tako pleasure In wishing all my
customers a merry Christmas and
happy New Year and also Inform you
that I am now prepared and nm do
ing tho best horse shoeing and gen
eral blacksmlthlng you can get In
Oregon. I guarantee all work. Wo
cure corns unci nay special attention
to all crippled horse. (An old say
ing) "Horhcs shod by Elliott never
get old.
HUGH ELLIOTT.
Medford, Oro.
WAR BRINGS GAIN
TO AUSTRIAN MILLS
J. A. WYsteiliiiul niul C. V. Tenir
whlil will I. illicit upply lit lliu city
council for ppnuWrnoti t operate u
truckle.. volley lem. The third
party is not Ainu Urueklint't'il of (hi
oily, lint AmM lljerkuiulov, nit ciinlcm
man who in !iitorentetl wtlli .M W
ii'iiiiiui in outer tutuier.
The plans for lite tvnoklnrw Irnllny
vsloin, wliioli hiive howt under quiet
euiHiiionuion lor Nome time, mow
out of the proportion to oMuMIhIi n
motor IiUh line Mirvii-o in Medfonl,
which ut tho time t nnnounccincut
Mime tiimitlm ngo met Willi very f
vorulile mitit'o in the oily.
CHINESE CLANSMEN KILLED
IN FIGHTING AT AM0Y
AMOY, Cliiun, Doc, 17. A Inrge
number of olnnnien wore killed hen
todny in upon fiithting n the nlrwl.
tloverntiienl lump so far have boon
tumble to relore order.
VIENNA, Dee. 17. Willi hills for
goods to tho amount l $'Jll,0l)O,OI)ir
miIiI to the Htilkmi Mutes uncollect,
iihle, nwiti to the legal Misprision of
payments ordered by tin HHlkuti gov
ernments, the AtiMrian textile iiih!
leather industries are Turing ruin.
The lexlilo workers arc Austria'
greatest industry. The Ihtlkim
states liiivo lioeti mining tho principal
customers. Tito situation is made
till wuie by the present tense Alls-tro-Serunn
situation.
fHltHIIHIItlMIIHII I I I
THOSE cousin out went
or back e.nt- -you don't
hear from them as often
now. You each have new
friends, new Interests, Hut
after all,, blood Is thicker than
water and your pjettiro and pic
tures of tho other members of
your family would be welcomed
by them cspectilly for Christmas.
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TlicrcV n rimtoKruplicr In
Your Ton ii
jj H. C. Mackey
; I Main .V C'ciilral Mcdfonl, Oro. t
JUST ARRIVED
A fresh SfocA-,or '(!&
Chocolates & Confections
THE
MERRIVOLD
SHOP
SFOR
3l LLliL
WEDNESDAY
For Sale
flood Horses, Mules nud
Mn us.
Will lu or trntlc
A. Whorton
1(5 Riverside Ave.
I ArounMVforld
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BOYS' AND GIRLS'
Tlenvy liiien cloth
hound Monks; reultir
OOo iind, (0o qmility;
stmidd library bnpk'B,
not blood and thunder
novels. Choiee
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ALUMINUM
TOY DISHES
Neat,, atlriu'live, and
pmelicnlly i n d e -.struct
I bio; every lilt lo
'tfirl will wntiL one, J
jjiaos t.o elcct Pi'oin.
ir. i!(), 50ft. $ i
per Het
Open Stock Dinnerware
Opon Stock Dinnorwnvo Monna you can buy a
.small Dinner Set jiihI. as cheap sh a lare one;
our new lino of Dinnerware arc all opon stock
patterns. You ean buy an odd Plate, (.'up and
Saucer or Full Set.
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Watch our Bargain Tablos DaUy, and Don't
forgot wo aro allowing tho largest lino of Toyo,
Dolls, Games and Holiday Goods In Medford.
Christmas Po3t Cards, 5c quality, oach
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HUSSEY'S
tHtlH I IH IHII M I
SECOND IDEAL CRUISE
iir Tim
S. S. CLEVELAND
(IT 00O TOSS)
Leaving San Francisco Feu. 6
VI. II ( cnil aik rctm'rlf.
MltiUI tftm.bip ti. b nt... Jt-ir
loltL KtTfr Imarj ! Ut lauwnl.
110 DAYS $650 and up
lortwllcj all nrtMitrr ti a..t twl
bar ItUntj, mtxttn ImUU CttMn,
(m , all lillioaj firrt lo ak4 (row )vt
0lr Cntfil fa l fl'lnt, Iful
ltjlti, Itxxi r Jl'iy rr, t .
irrlla lor Wmllultd awlKI
HAHBHRG-AHERICAH LINE
1UO Piincll St., Sun I'mucUco, Cal.,
or IocmI agi'iilN,
When you iwo tho namo Or.
Itlrkcrt think ofllyi taiihw-. Wltuti
you think of Kyn (JIuxmh rni6inbr
thq namo lllckcrl. It moans u per
fect fit. Kraco, oloKauoo. duality,
comfort, Kunrantcoil satisfaction nud
prices rcasounblo. -V lrojrs uel.
Nearly a quarter of a century uudoi1 tho saino
iiiauagoinent.
Jackson
THE
County
Medford, Oregon
BanL
It has succeeded becauso of
Soundness of principle
Economy of management j
Safety of investment
Courteoun and liberal treatment
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $175,000.00
"V. I. Vnwlcr .President Q., li. Liudloy, Vice Frcs.
0. W. lrcl)onal(i, Caahior
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SOCIETY
ROSE MAIDEN
TONIGHT
at the NATATORIUM at 8:30 p.m. ,
Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra -- 60 Performers
RESERVED SEATS
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