Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, January 06, 1913, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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iledford ami; tribune, medtorq,
K. 'H. Vownft, of Medrord, was In
(he city yestnrdajr cu route to his
Mining property ,oh Sucker crook. Mr.
Toung baa a tin placer property
there as well ab voveral copper! and
cold quarto locations, and'tlio assur
anco ot tho buHdlnr of jtho railroad
from Grants Pass to the Illinois vat-
ley (b jNWocUtllg plenums to lilnu
QranUiDaM Couriers
Ta close ttetn out, all cook store
and ranges, at reduced prices, give
us , call. F. W Snaplclgh Hard
nareCo.,,38 South .Central avenue.
Harry-!!. Hicks, city editor ot the
Malt Trlbuuo, left Sunday for his old
borne In San Diego where be will visit
bla father during-his vacation. Ho
will be away o fortnight.
Oak tier wood' for Bale. Gold Ray
Reajty Co. ?
Judge "SV. S. Crowell left Saturday
for Kansas City as a witness In the
Lounsberry case.
For goodness sako, fiavo R. A.
Holmes, the insurance man write
your-lMuranca; He knows bow.
H. C. Garnett, W. T. York, J. W.
Myers and other witnesses. In the
Lounsbcrry case, left Sunday for
ICanwta City going via San Francisco.
Hrifig that old book with torn
blading-down and have it rebound
at tfee 'Mall Tribune otfte. Cost
bat little. U
There will be Installation ot offi
cers at tbo Odd Fellow Hall tonight.
All' Odd Fellows arc invited.
Two "good as new" motorcycles for
ale.- Bargains. Pacific Motor Sup
ply Co.
Among the social events of the sea
son was tbo old fashioned Xew Tears
dinner given by Mrs. B. D. Smith.
The- afternoon waa spent with music
and social chat, and a. trip to Borne of
the near by bills. Thoso enjoying
Mrs. Smith's hospitality were: Misses
Pearl Nunn, Abblo Watson. Dcrnlco
Smith; Messrs. Earl Nunn, John
Holmes, Dardwell, Smith.
B. D. .yestes, commercial pbotog
raphera, negative made any time or
place ,by appointment. Phone M.
1471. ' '
Mrs.' Henry H. Meyer, of Huron,
South' Dakota, Beadlo county Is vis
ltlag with tha Grant family,. 713 W.
2nd street.
That famous old amokc tbo Trav
eler, k ' i.
B. Klmn has moved his 'sign busi
ness to the Hoyden alloy between S.
Central and S: Bsrtletfc
K."n. mra'stoftr of Eagle Point
war rfVvedfsrd visitor Menday:
Tapor hatha and scientific mas
msjb for men and women. Dr. IT.
J. JLockwood, chrlopractor, 503 Gar
seCorey Bldg. Phono 145.
jftko Womac left Monday after
noon for Grants Pass where he will
organtxe a crew for work on tbo
Charles Peterson mine-. Later he
will visit tbo Iron Crown mine with
a view of starting operations there.
James Vance Is working with a
telephone line crew on the Applegate.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Dyer of
Boseman, Mont., are visiting In
Medford for a few days.-
"Mrs.' Hallldsy-Halght, - pupil ot
Marcbesl (Paris), Oscar Saenger
(New York) teaches the art of slng
lag,, tone placing and correct breath
ing a specialty; Exponent ot pure
"Bel Canto" of the Italian school
consort, opera, oratorio. Individual
lessons or in class (three in class)
Residence studio. 403 Oakdale ave
nue; Sooth, phone 7262.
A meeting ot the by-laws commlt-toe-'of
,tha newly organized Rogue
River Valley Co-operatlvo Fruit and
Produce- Company will bo held in
tbo office ot York & Co., Tuesday af
ternoon. Peter Haley of Devils I.ako, N. D.,
Is a Kucst of J. E. -Watt. 'Frank!
Pltchor. of tbo bam place, Is ox-
period to Join Mr. Haley in Mcdford
Tuesday.- They ore on tholr way to
Loa Angcleu for tho winter.
Fredf Alton. Halght (National Con
servatory New York) teacher of
ptoao and bamoay, specialist In cor
rect principle ot toueh and tech
nique.' Residence studio, 403 Oak
dale avenuo, South, phone 7203. 347
M. K. Reed, englneor for the survey-tot
the Mcdford & Crescent City
railroad. Is in Mcdford on business
connected with the propoaod rail
read; G: G. Chateau' and wife of Cblcagq
are inMedford with a vlow ot mak
Jngr'thls city their home.
JUL' for the Traveler cigar.
Rev: R. W. Farquhar ot Aato was
a. Medford visitor Sunday;
P. II. Holme ot Kosouurg spent
tasso days In Medford recently.
T.Oslc tler-wod ter sale.- 'Gold nay
Realty Co.
Weeks k McGowan Co.
Bay IPhOBS 8S71
Xuiar f ipmtutx
Ed Andrews has gone to Marj'svlllo,
Cat., to nut on tho Mlkndo for the
Elks., ,t.i .1 v:o
W. C. Chapman ofj Central Point
waa oroccnt. Medford visitor.
F. Hi Dressier o Phoenix, hadbus
lncss in Mcdford Saturday.
James Morton wbb up rrom Phor
nix Saturday.
Fruit labels1 In any color printed
br tbo Mall Tribune. -tt
M. V. Gcagah and daugbtor ot
Weed. Cal.. left 'Monday for their
homo attor short visit here.
Kathryn lnnrnham ot Cold Hill waa
a Medford visitor Sunday atfd. Mon
day. . '
Catkin Jfc Taylor (John. H. Cap
kin and Glenn O. Taylor), attorneys-at-law,
over Jackson County Dank
Building Medford.
j; C. Barnes ot Grants Pass was
In Mcdford Monday on business.
H. A. Gray, Jr , and wife wero In
from Perrydale Monday.
E. E. Lester of Central Point was
In Medford Saturday on business.
Kodak finishing, the best at Wes
ton's, opposite book store.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Mathews, Jan. 3, u son.
John M. Scott has presented the
Medford Commercial club with a
large map ot tho Pacific northwest,
showing tbo lines ot the Oregon-
Washington Railroad and Navigation
company in Oregon, Washington and
Idaho. The map Is in colors, la
about 4 br 5 feet In sue, Handsome
ly framed and protected br a glass.
Collect those scattered sheets ol
innate you value and have tasm
bound In book torn at the Mall
Tribune. u
Tho Prosbytorlan church hea,rd an
eloquent sermon on Sunday at JL a.
m. by Rev. Robt. McLean, D. D. on
tha "800,00 Spanish Spoaklng .Mexi
cans in tho Southwest ot Our Na
tion." In tho evening an audience
which filled the house to its capacity
heard the service ot song by the
quartette, chorus, orchestra and solo
ist, it was a most delightful ovon
lUg. Rev. W. V. Shields spoke on
"The" Kingdom's- Ceaseless Advance."
The muslo Is what In quality la
heard at the Fresbjtcriaa church at
every service.
t Soft wood S3 a tier. Gold Ray
Realty Co.
Doctors, Stearns and Porter at
tended circuit court as witnesses Sat
urday. Mlse Carrie Rigga of Glendale has
been visiting friends living la Rogue
river valley.
The cigar that putO. K. In smoke
thoiTraveter a
H. W. Lindsay and Tos. D. Ross
were down from Central Point Sat
urday. Fred Furry and W. B. Anderson of
Phoenix prectect wore among, the
manr who had business in Medford
during the week.
Watch Mitchell's dally talks to
voters beginning January 3rd.
S. L. Sandry ot Rogue River, gamo
warden, was a recent visitor In Med
In Medford.
Charles Dufflcld made a trip to
Jacksonville Saturday aftoruoon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. McKee aro In
Josephine where Willis has mining
E. V. Green of Montague, Cal., la
making- Medford a business visit.
Allen Davis ot Orchard Home was
In Medford Saturday afternoon.
E. E. Kelly, district attorney, was
In Grants Pass Saturday, on legal
J. A. "Wilson ot Salem Is a busi
ness visitor in Medford.
J. IL pay ot Central Point has been
visiting In Medford, guest ot his son
Goo. D. Hoffman, manager of the
Union Meat company's plant In Med
ford, and his wife have returned
from a visit at Portland.
Mrs. J. M. Webb of Tolo, who has
been seriously HI, is receiving treat
ment at the Sacred Heart hospital.
W. T. Coburn ot Grants Pass was
In Medford Saturday, on his way-
home from Northern California.
John Slsty and A. W. Stone of Wil
low Springs latrlct wero among the
many fruitgrowers IntModford Saturr
d0'' ' " '.A '
W. R. Johnson; I. ' J-Wlnnlngbam.
and other resident of Trail precinct
vers recent 'visitors- In Medford.
tilr, and Mrs. M. M. Taylor of Jack-
KonvtHe spent Sunday afternoon in
John V. Miller and II. H. Cronc
inlllor wero over from. Jacksonville a
few days since.
MIbscs Merrick and Wyonw, George
Baker and other students ot the U.
of O. and O. A. O. who have uoen
spending the holiday vacation at
homo, left for the scene of their stud
ies 8unday ovonln.
Miss AndrewB of Cdrvallls, who
has been visiting her aunt. Mrs. I.
W. Thomas, left for her home Sunday
John C. "Barnum. general mansgor
ot tbo Roguo River Valley railway,,
has been In California durlug the
past few weeks.
J. II. WHbou of Corvallls, who baa
been exportlug the county officers'
accouuts, has returned homo.
J. Porcy Wells, county school sup
erintendent, attendod the recent
meeting of the State Teachers' asso
ciation hold at Salem,
W. W, Harmon, who Is connected
with tho proposed, railroad from
Grants Pass to the coast, spent Sun
day lu Modfonli'
Misses Vlorenco Ruter and Flor
ence Oldat'ot Asnlaml have been vis
iting In Mvdford;
W. A. Marvin and Geo. L. Huff ot
Gold Hill transacted btisluess lu Med
ford recently.
Claude Gatch, U. S. bunk examiner,
is making Medford an official visit.
Professor and Mrs. W. K. Bucau
uon ot Btitto Falls wero In Medford
Sunday, en rout home from a visit
at Ashland.
Mrs. F. Kusshafsr of Jacksonville
returned Sunday from a trip to nSn
FrFanclsco. She was met at Mcdford
by bcr husband.
Dr. J. F. Rcddy Is at Grauts Pass
ou railroad business. He recently
returnod from Spokann.
W. W. I'ssher, Geo. W. Trepen aud
F. W. Hcrrln were up from Ashland
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. McGonlgal ot
Weed. Cal., are visiting In Medford.
E. P. Dorrls of Eugsue and . C.
Bartlett ot Duusmulr were lu Med
ford Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. D. -Guthrio have
been visiting at Grunt Pa.
Charles Duntonl and J. llnrtman
of Jacksonville tarried a while in
Mcdford Sunday.
Dr. EL R. Hunt of Roseburg was
among tbo many visitors lu Medford
during tho week.
Senator Bourne has Introduced
bill in tho U. S. Sonato creating tno
Oregon Caves National Park out of
township 40, 6 went, Joeepblno coun
ty.' This will place those caves en
tirely under tb control ot the U. S.
II. F. Picador ot Talent, superin
tendent ot 8uncrost orchard, waa
among his Medford friends Saturday.
James D. Falrchlld, the lawyer and
A. B. Allison, ot YreKa, cat, are
hero on business.
Miss Kate lngrnham ot Gold Hill
spont Sunday n Medford.
J. 1L Wilson, the expert account
ant, who finished an examination of
tho county books Saturday, takes a
rap at the state for forcing county
clerks to attend to tho handling ot
tees for hunting and fishing licenses.
This Is sot forth la tho report on
tho condition of tho offtco of County
Clerk W. Jl. Coloman. which is as
"Tho county clerk has been keep
ing his work up to date In good
shapo. Tho circuit court throws a
largo amount ot business on the
clerk. The probate court, tbo coun
ty court und tho public generally
kocp his attontlon fully engaged all
tho time.
"In addition to these duties, the
clerk has naturalization business, a
go-between tho circuit court and tho
department of commerce and labor.
"Ho has a considerable volume of
scalp bounty business, a largo vol
ume of election business and regis
trations therefor consume much
time and labor. He has the compu
tation of the lovlee on the tax rolls,
which with 1C.O00 or 10,000 differ
ent computations requires much la
hnr nml ho has tho Issuance of
gamo licenses, which lays a burden
on tho county for wbloh there Is no
repayment. This game llcenso all
goes to th0 state. It Is placed in tho
hands of the county clerks for con
venlence, but It costs Jackson coun-
vrnl hundred dollars for roe
state's convenience, which
Is not
NB WYOItK, Jan. G. -President
Taft presided here Saturday night at
what bo atyted his own political
"wake." He made tho funeral ora-tl.-va
over his own political corpse
and asked modest praise for his deeds
while ho lived In tbo white house.
He icclted at length tho causes that
led to his "domlbo" and attacked his
enemlce, whom he held responsible
for hl taking off.
Ilia dotense of his administration
was the executive results it has pro
duced, and his reply to his personal
criticism was he had bcon more mis
Understood than blameworthy. Ills
attacks .upon his political opponents
woro confined almost exclusively to
the progressives and was not bitter,
bqt sorrowful.'
WANTED A first class Jnpanese
cook 'desires position lu a good
family, can do cooking every coun
try's atylp and waiting tablo. Ad
dress 13G N. Grape St. 248
NEW YORK, Jan. (5. With Wm.
McCombs, ehnlrmno of tho Democra
tic National Committee on. route, tho
brigade of "Rocking Chair" politi
cians who have already fixed tho cab
inet tor Presldvut-Elect Wilson gut
busy and distributed the ambassador
ship. Wbllo uiauy names wero sug
gested, It wan averted that the
strongest pressure was brought to
beur tor certain candidates. Some ot
the names suggested wero for the
"good" they had, done the party In a
tlnnnclnl way or any other way, de
spite tho tlut assertion of Governor
Wilson that no man could have any
mortgage on any Job.
The big fight wlllbe for the am
bassadorship to England, tho chief
post lu the diplomatic scrtlco. One
ot the candidates for this position Is
Wm. Church Osborn, New York law
yer ana reformer, tie is u
of Cluteland Dodge, presi
dent of the Wilson aud Marshall
Business Men's League, and the man
who raised ISO.OOO to tlunnco the
tight for Wilson's nomination.
Former Governor Francis of Miss
ouri Is bIbo likely to bo boomed for
the English post. It Is said today.
However, ho uud his trleuds still
have hopes that the cabinet lightning
will strlku htm and still keep plug
ging for a port folio.
Frederick W. Allen, whoso father
and grandfather both wero lu Con
gress, Is an active candidate, It Is said
for one ot the posts.
Frederick C. Perafleld, of German-
town, Pn. was sald'to havo th back
ing ot the Pennsylvania division for
tho post ot ambawidor to Berlin
Charles R. Crane, the Chicago
banker and manufacturer Is onu of
the chief candidates for ambassador
to Russia. ' 4
Valuable public rocords of Jack
son county stand In danger of slow
destruction unless tbo county court
takes sotuo action to protect thorn.
This is brought out In J. H. Wilson's
report on tho recorder's office, which
Is an follews:
"The recorder Js much cramped
for room in his .office. Ills offlni.
forco necessarily occupies much of
tho office room, and dusk room for
uso of tbo public Is very scarce. This
works a decided inconvenleuro on
tho public and Is u source of con
stant embarrassment to the re
corder. "The rocorder1ityau,t ' too small.
It Is filled with books, many of
which they are compelled to lay up
on tho floor, resulting In the cortaln
destruction of these Invaluable pub
lic records.
"It tho public records of Jackson
county aro to bo preserved from
moulding and decay, some adequato
arrangement will havo to bo made
for their better protection This Is
especially thccasy with city maps.
LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Jan. 0 Gov
ernor Uonnglicy, toiluv appointed A.
K. Iletrtkull, editor oC tliu Little Iloek
Onzvt(i). ii h henutor to succeed tho
late Kenutor Jeff lijivw.
All leathers
Black or mu
Sizes 4 to U
'Shape of the Foot"
Opposite, Post Off ieo
forerunner of the priitiiililo nlicoip
lUm of iimiiy eU'otrif limw in Nmlli
eru nml Central Culll'mniti, tliu pur
eliiwo liy tlie Southern I'nclfiu win
puny of tho Conlrnl Cnlifmiitu True
tlim company i forenluulnwetl today,
following ti eoiilVreiu'o in Slnokton
between I'nul Slump, liwul of the
Southern l'.miiflo eleelrio limy, nml
the owners of Iho Centrnl California
In southern California Iho South
ern l'nrifU' put mi eml to coinpotiltnu
by buying out tha Paeiriu Kleolrio
nml the I.oh Angeles I'neifie Hues
and it is believed the siune pulley will
be followed in Central ami northern
California, where the Harriiuau line
ititereilH conflict with (hine of the
Stoektoa - Saonuueulo Inteiutlniii,
the Sloekluii-UnU iiiteniibaii nml
othur (rnctlott hytem.
suffiStesIlan 10
LONDON', .Ian. (I. That the Mif
frngettci'i are plotting to knlunp mm'
member of the Uritih cabinet wn
learned I oil a v folhming the tin
noutu'cuicut thai Scotland Yard h
in possesion of reliable information
bearing on tin plan.
It is not known what member Inn
been selected. Friday, lunvuver, the
suffragettes invaded tho office uf
Ilniiin Secretary McKcnna, tore tin:i
the closet und rniisackril the place
until ejected by the jxillcc. The party
included six athletic womuu.
Detectives arc guarding ul uahuirl
Legal blanks for sale at the Mall
Tribune office. tf
Mnlfonl t'ltlcnt.' Kxpcrlnirr l'ur
nlili Topic for .Mcdfnrtl lllsrii'oliiu
Tho following oxperlonro occurred
In .Vedford. A Medford cltlxou ru
lates It.
Hlnilliir experiences nro occurring
M ml ford people nro balng relieved.
Hutting rid of distressing kidney
Try Doun's Kidney I'llls tho tooted
Medford Ilumcdy.
Medford puoplo testify, Medford
peoplo profit.
The evidence Is homo evidence
tbo proof convincing. !
Medford testimony Is gratefully
Medford sufferers should heed It.
Mr. Grace Skeetors. B W. Jackson
St., Medford, Oro., saMt "I can rec
ommend Doan's Kldnoy Tills, pro
cured at Haskln'B drug store, for
pain dnd stiffness In tbo back uud
othur symptoms ot kldnoy trouble.
This remedy rollovcd mo when I used
It and 1 have bucn well ever since "
For sale by ull dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Uuffalo,
New York, soU ngonts for tho United
Hemeinlior the name Doan's
and take no othur.
1 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 U 1 1 1 It H-M-H-H-
Luxury Without
. Hotel
Von Dorn
2J2 Turk Street
Finest popular prieed
Ilotel in Sau Irauuiaeo
s I
I Modorn Central ::
4-M-l-t H IHM I
MONEY TO LOAN On city or ranch
property. Clark Itealty Co.
1'Olt HUNT Furnished housekeeping
rooms lu now modern house with
rub range. Three blocks from V.
O. I'hofle 3721,
FOIt SALK Lot cheap, on pavod
stroot, water and sewer paid, one
payment on pavement paid. Home
7.1-L, or 221 Knight street, F. H.
Hammond, 3IU
All those who aro ni( ui'
horcbv notified that nil 'uucouiiIh - not
BpttlcH on or beforo ,J'an. 10th will bo
placed in tho IhumIb of a collector in llial
biiHincss flriewliuro makes it uoccMHury
I hat T leave Bedford ou the above men
tioned (late,
25 to' 50 reduction on all lines
of Ladies', Boys' and Misses' heavy
fleece lined Union Suits, Vests,
Pants, etc.
. i
Regular $1 and $l.l!t)
quality in l-mltos' and
Misses' Union uits,
sale priflti, each
lguliir $l.fl01($ 1. 7f
iiiality Ladiee' fine
wonstdd Union Suiii.
Sale priee, eaeli
1 Lot Hoys' and .Misses heavy fleece lined Veta
and Rants,
eaeh .
.Mots to fiOe values. Sale
Lot Ladies' heavy fleece lined Vot uud Pauls
aud Children's fleece lined Union Suits, &0c
to 7iu values. Sale price J)f)tf eaeh, 2 for 75
Men's heavy fleece
lined waterproof duck
U loves, i!0 pair,
'1 for UC$
Men's heavy fleeuu
lined, leather palm.
Canvas (llyvo, gaunt
let or wHh(. Icnifctli, pr.
lluskiiii,' Cloth Gloves, tifhl wrint, pnir
I for liStf
Hoys' and .Misses' heavy ribbed School
2re value, pair . ...
Jose, a
wm . uasBBLBBsa . w .s . v .?
v- ;fey5&'fi3tsxMMSMsjracjrixv ' iHfaSSAm
K 'aJ,' I L '$3
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Styles in
The average woman Is vary
particular about her shoe.
They contribute a niunli to
her appearance as any article
of apparel she weal's.
XVo'll he pleased to
show you tho hand
Hoiiiu new spring
n' 'r : n f
Cray and brown, Nu-Huuk,
black suede with cravanotlu
lops. All at popular prices of
( ' - ' i
,esS fflnnNic ULCER
Any pore U obnllnnle ornlow fit licnljnrc nlioulitcnunc nitHplctoii nml
put the miflcrcr on jimnl, Many mt ulcer -whlcli conM Imvuticvii cmul If
it had been properly treated, Jn time, lm been nllowcd to tuiiinln ojicii tut
tll itlxrcaiuc inftcteil wltlnioniudcgciiLTato poliioii from tliu onttiidu wliluli
made It a innUnjnant, catiiifj Bore. Host old iiorc.'i conic from nu liiipnru
nml polluted coudltipit ofjlio blood nml cnu bu liciilcd if the circulation i:t
cleanswl ijiul DMrificil of tho iirwllopoatinj cmno. To attempt to ciro a
chronic ulcer wjtlt flaWcs, washes, lotions, ttc. li trilllnir with what may
bccomunecrfovirt condition, "B. 65. lie.ila cluoiiiu ulccia la rt ncifcctly
jinturaLwnyt It t'oca down Into tho blood mid rcuiovc.t tliu hnpiirltlca und
jiiorliKl mullein witicu tiro iiiq incnnn in Keeping mu
pluco open; then tlift Horo hi boumj to licul. Not only
douaS. H. S. clcniiHe tlm circulation but it rcHtores Jt-
heallmr jmwcr.'i, nndiiida in promoting thu ucccHHiiry
quitiuij for Koort jienlth. fl. 65. S. bullda new flesh
tisHuu frpiu tins bottomot the. nicer to tlm outer nlciu
nml uwkci n permanent cure. Hook on .Soies uud ulceru and mcilical ml
vice free to all who write uud request same,