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MEDFOftD MaTTJ TI?TT)rrmMEDFORD. OflFIOX. TUESDAY, DTCCEMTWT? 17, 1012, ""'
TRY 10 REMEDY
THE LAWS DELAY
KfjAMATII FALLS, Dee. 17.-Ho-Moving
Mint Iho wltlcsprrml pritiot!in
nf tlio courts in iluo diroolly to pro.
vcnlnlilo mcllioils now in voriip, W.
0. Smith, joint rcprp-n:itntiD or
Klninntii. I.nkp nml Crook countio,
linn in rtmrn(ion a bill to fnotlitnlr
court work and (o prevent the cm
toninry tpmpornninj; in eonrt work.
ll in not Jfr. Smith's idea to rcvolu.
tinnir.o tlio practice, or to tibolisli the
profcRion of tlio law, lint to make
tlio practice practical by liritiKiug
pertain limitations to hear on the
professional work of lawyers and
The inrnnnro to he introduced by
Mr. Smith will Inko away the powers
of the courts to extend the time for
answering or for trinl, even on stip
ulation of opposing attorneys, ex
cept for unusual reasons and then
the moving party must pay to his op
ponent nil of tlio expenses, includ
ing attorney' fee, to date. In no
cusc will more thnn 0110 postpone
ment he granted.
The hill will nlso plnce a timo lim
it on the decision of the judge on
mnttern submitted. Every question
must ho decided within ten days from
tlio time it goes to the court for that
Federal jobs in Oregon, to he filled
by appointment of President Wood
row Wilson during the next four
years, are worth $2.10,01)0 a year, or
more thnn $1,000,000 during the term
of the democratic president.
This does not take' into account
the clarified service, where, many
vacancies will occur. The grand
prices are the postoffieo at Portland
and the collector of customs at Port
land, each with n salary of .0000 a
year. Next highest stand the dis
trict attorney and collector of inter
nal revenue, each with $lo00, and the
Federal plumbs in southern Oregon
comprise the following second and
third elnss xvstoffiees and the pres
ent salary of each:
Ashland. $2400; Grants Pass, $'..-
COO; Klamath Falls, $2100; .Medford.
$2S00; Kosebnrg. $2-"i00; Central
Point, $ir.00: Drain, $1000; Jackson
In the foiirthelass list are Kurfe
Point, Talent, Phoenix, mid a num
ber of smaller offices.
CHANCE TO SECURE VALUABLE
BOOKS FREE OF ALL CHARGE
A mandamus suit was filed in the
circuit court Monday to compel City
Itccnrdcr Foss to vacato his office
following tlio next city election by
F. W. Clears, attorney for John Tyr
rell of this city. The court set Mon
day morning at 0 o'clock as the. time
for hearing tlio case.
The suit wns brought to scttlo the
question which has arisen regarding
tlio office of city recorder and coun
cilman in the second ward which is
held by W. X. Campbell. The two
officers were appointed and tlio ques
tion whether they could hold past a
general city election wns held.
Through want advertising that
threatened loss ot rent Incomo may
bo quickly averted.
Many fanners arc not aware that
the government publishes several
valuable books for free 'distribution.
The books nre apportioned to sena
tors and congressmen from whom
they can obtain by merelv asking for
them. Among the most useful ofj
these books nre the agricultural yearf
books, that for 1911 being the latest
issued. The government nlo pub
lishes a very practical hook on ''Dis
eases of the Horse" nnd another on
"Diseases of Cattle," and a report of
the bureau of animal industry of
special value to stock raisers.
Asking for copies of these books
docs not place the citizen under any
obligations whatever to the senators
or congressmen, as the books nre
printed by the government and paid
for by the taxpayers. Many nn Ore
gon farmer has cured sick horses and
cattle by following the directions in
the government's doctor books If
you arc interested, sent your request
to eSnntor Joniithnii Itntime, Jr.,
Senator lleorse. K. Chamberlain,
Congressman W. C. Hawley or Con
gressman A. W. Lnfferty at Wash
ington, I). C.
The Southern Pacific, Santa IV
and Wetern Pacific railroad com
panies, with their eastern cornice -tions,
ut u meeting nf the tmnsoou
tineuttil passenger rate committee,
held in Chieano Inst week decided to
put into effect agHin next spring
colonist rates from eastern points to
all California common, or niaiii
Colonist fnrca were aulhorued for
spring, 1013, dates of said March
lf to April lo. Fates, Chicago to
California common points, $3S; Mis
souri rior, $30, same as fall, 1012.
Stoovcrs will be allowed, approxi
mately same as last year, except that
where five days' stoovor was al
lowrd in 101S, ten days will be al
lowed in 1013; but in no ense to ex
tend beyond thirty days from date of
According lo the California rail
road officials, during the mt ten
or twelve years 1,000,000 people
from the east have come to Califor
nia on these spring nnd fall cheap
colonists.' rates, of whom fully 1100,
000 have finally located in the slate
It is for this reason that Ihev think
a continuance of these cheap fares in I
1013, with the consent of their east I
em connections, a mutter of great
moment for the state.
EARLY IN JANUARY
The diunngo suits brought bv the
relatives of the men killed by an ex
plosion in thn (piarrx it I Jacksonville
last summer ngainst Twoliy lira.,
contractors, will he heard in the eir
etiit court entlv in January. The
cases will probnhl In called Januarv
2 or 3.
Five sails for damage, have been
filed and three of them will be set
for trial soon. , K Reatnes and
H. F. Mnlkey ate representing the
PREMIER OF JAPAN
TOKIO. Dee. IT- Ammintcd invtit-
icr of Japan by mi imperial rescript
to succeed Count Sninii. Prince Witt-
sura todav is orgauiing his cabinet.
No intimation bus et been given u
to the personnel of the new ministry.
Schieffelin's Sanitary Grocery
Every woman's heart responds to
tho charm and sweetness ot a baby's
voice, becauao nature intended her for
motherhood. Out even tho loving
nature, ot a mother shrinks from tho
ordeal o( suffering and danger. Worn
rn who uso Mother's Friend nro saved
much discomfort and their systems
nro In a healthy condition to meet tho
time with the least posMblo dancer.
Mother's Friend is recommended only
for tho relief and comfort of expect
ant mothers, and Its ninny years ot
Buccess, and tho thousands of endorse
ments recefved from women who
havo used It arc a guarantee ot tho
benefit to bo derived from Its use.
Mother's Friend allays nausea, pro
vents caking of . -
the breasts, and l)Tf gkftifS
la every way ?f2vV C
contributes to aT'XI'lttlftftU
strong, healthy - ..
motherhood. Mother's Friend br sold
at drug stores. Wrlto for our frea
book for expectant mothers.
MADF1UD REGULATOR CO., AUutt. C
These Cash Sales will
Cottoleuo, r.r.c nnd 1 1. HO.
Stnndard Inrd tiOo nud title ami fl.T.O.
Armour's limits 38
Standard Hncoii 22c,
l.ou Cabin Mnplo Syrup .in, til) nnd 11.25 a gat.
Hlue Label Kuro Syrup :tUe and (inc.
Avondalo MolaxHcs it cans for 2Cc.
Pure Maple Sugar 30c a pound.
lllucfttom Flour $1.21) a surk.
Quaker Itollcd Oats 8.8U for 90 pounds.
N pound sacks aftc, -I pound puckiiKu 2Uc.
4 pound pncknKo Corn Tlnkes 2fic.
(Ireon Olives it i)Q idle, 7 Tie.
(Ireeii Olives liOe sUe, ITio.
Orcen Olives 3Be sine, 3l)c.
be held twice a week
Potntoot, per 100 III. Hfin.
OiiIoiih, pur tOO Dm. NRc.
French Pens, 2()o per run.
Htrlm: ltenus, toe per euii.
CalitiiiKe In afi pound lots I Me,
I took Candy Stylo Syrup Pis. 2Cu; qts. 4Ghj
M Qui. tlftu (Inl, 11.21).
Fancy Table ltnlslus
Seeded and Not-A-Seed Sultana Italnlnn I lb
Imported Jordnn AlmoudH, I'nncy Pecous
Halves, Fresh Salted PlHtlchln Nuts
Now Pure lliickwheitt Flour, Pure Maple Syrup
Try Our 4 0 cent Hulk Coffee, nil coffee, and do
not pay fi to 10 cents for a cnit you ituvo no
Quaker Parmn, 3 pneknKen 2Co.
Our latest Slilpmeiit of ('Itr.NCA t'ANCV MOODS lias Atrlted, Call and SwTlicm.
Schieffelin's Sanitary Grocery
Zcrolenc loaves prae
tically no carbon. It
"stands -up" under
iniy speed nud heat.
Sold In i, 1 and 5 gallon
cans tho small cans flat
shape, easy lo handle Just
fit In tho tool box.
For Salo livery hero
Standard Oil Comp'y
We have moved our Billiard Parlors from upstairs
on Front Street to 218 East Main, next to the
Star Theatre, where we will carry a full line of
Cigars and Tobaccos in connection. We will be
glad to have all our friends come and see what a
nice place we have fixed for their entertainment.
Open for business tonight, December 16th. Grand
opening Wednesday, December 18th. Music in
BROWN & HALL
A $15,000.00 Sale of Merchandise
Consisting of Shoes, Clothing, Men's Furnishings, Hats, Suit Cases, Men's Trousers, etc If we cannot sell
goods with a profit we must sell them without a profit they must go. If you will attend this
sale you will not go away saying it's a fake, but will buy instead.
$5,000.00 Stock of Shoes Thrown on the Market at Factory Prices and Less
Men's $2.50 Shoes now
Men's $3.00 Shoes now.....
Men's $3.50 Shoes now
Men's $4.00 Shoes now
Men's 4.50 Shoes now....
Men's $5.00 Shoes now....
Men's $5.50 Shoes now....
Men's $G.00 Shoes now $4.40
Men's $G.50 Shoes now S4.70
Men's $7.50 Shoes now $G.20
$2.50 Shoes now. S2.10
$3.00 Shoes now $2.35
90, o0 Shoes now jj. 7 o
$-1.00 Shoes now S2.95
$1.25 Ladies' Pelt Slippers 95
One table load Ladies Shoes; values up to
$4.00, must be sold at S1.85
BOYS AND YOUTHS' SHOES
P-,UU ollOOB ..... j5xOvl
$2.25 Shoes S1.75
$2.50 Shoes Sl.Otf
$2.75 Shoes $2.20
pii.UU DUOCS ow.vji)
Asido from theso prices we havo arranged on
tables over 300 pairs Men's $3.50 aud $1.00
Shoes all to go at, a pair. S2.50
It is not a matter of what Ihcy cost thoy must
be sold and will go every pair within tho next
$2.75 Shoes .....
Our best "Winter weight $15.00 Sorgo
Our best Winter weight $15.00 Worsted
Our best Winter weight Oregon cashmoro
t J ii 1 t W ............. JA. -L $ tj
One lot $15.00 Suits, a suit $7.50 and $9.00
$2000 STOCK OF MEN'S HATS AND CAPS
Must all go at factory prices and less. You
never seen such a slaughter of hat prices.
50c Caps now 40
75c Caps now 50p
$ 1 .00 Wool Caps 75
$1.25 Wool Caps, latest out 90
$1.00 Hats now , 75
$1.50 Hats now $1.10
$1.25 Hats now $1.10
$2.00 Hats now $1.25
$3.00 and $3.50 Hats now $2.10
These cut prices on Hats include the very lat
est things in cloth hats, stiff hats, and many
nifty new colors and grades. This is "your hat
The famous Old Woolen Mills, Mayfield, TCy.,
line of men's trousers, the prico of every pair
cut to factory cost. Men, don't miss tliis op
portunity. Our rut prices prove what we say.
Prices at this sale range from 95 for $1.50
trousers, lo $4.15 a pair for $0.50 trousers
too many cut prices to quote here.
Men's 3 for 25c Hosiery now, a pair 7
Men's 2 for 25c Hosiery now, a pair 9p
Men's 20c, 3 for 50c Hosiery now, a pair....llp
Men's 50c Hosiery, now, a pair 33
"Work Shirts, negligee and golf shirts, woolen
shirts, moleskin and many others. All must
go at cost prices. See our windows.
$1.00 Shirt 80
&1 or. oi.;.,! )?
$2.00 Shirt 81.50
() r.n ci'..f cil r7K
7.li(J oliirt , a.,,,pwuu
iMcns liuc, a lor iuc Jiosiery now, a pair....xA
Men's 25c,Hosiorv, now, a pair 20
Men's .35c, 3 for $1.00 Hosiery, now, a pr 25
Men's 50c Hosiery, now, a pair 35
$1.00 two-piece Suits now 80
.1,25 twd-piecc Suits now .'. 95
$1.50 two-pieeo Suits now $1.10
$2.00 two-piece Suits now $1.35
$2.50 two-piece Suits now $l.GO
$3.00 two-piece Suits now $2.10
$1.00 Union Suits now 80
$1.25 Union Suits now 95tf
$1.50 Union Suits now , '
$2.00 Union Suits now $1.40
$2.50 Union Suits now $1.85
$3.00 Union Suits now $2.10
Abovo )rices include cotton, mixed goods and
all wool Underwear. Come aud see them.
$1.00 Work Cloves now, a pair.
$1.25 Work Gloves now, a pair.
$1.50 Work Gloves now, a pair.
$1.25 Mocha Dress Gloves, now, a pair
$1.50 Mocha Dress Gloves, now, a pair
$1.75 Dress Gloves, now, a pan
$2.00 Dress Gloves, now, a pair $1.35
Our entiro fino lino of Men's
25c values, now 20
50c values, now 40
Whore else can you do it at Christmas timo.
LEATHER SUIT CASES
AND HAND BAGS
Caralol and Matting Oases, formor prices nro
knocked to pieces fully 30 per cent saving in
this sale on cases.
210 West Main