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HioroRD Mail tribune
T HUNIIAY 11V Till
FOJIU J'HINTINU CW.
Tli Oenmcrstlti Titles, the Mcilfonl
Mall, To Mfilfonl Tribune. Tlio tfoullf
era iiiTinHin, tub Aimanu -rrimino.
ornto mii Triiiuncv duijiiiiirv sb.:t.
North Fir MtrCU plionr, .Miilu 4o:t.
UIK)ltllta l'UTNAM, IMIlor una Manner
Kiiternl nn seconrt-vtiiSs matter nt
Mcslfoni, Oregon, under tho net of
Starch 3. U7P,
Official iMoor of Ihn City of Mp.Uonl.
Official Viper of Jnckson Count).
Ono . tiy ntnl). .. 5.00
Onn month, by mail .. ,50
I'cr mouth, delivered ly carrier In
Mcilfortl. Jnckionvllln nml Ceil-
tml 1'olnt ..... . .. .RO
Frttiiniay only, liy mull, per year. .. S.no
Weekly. kt year.. 1.10
, Daily uvrniKo for eleven month end
ing November 30, 1911. -Til.
Tlio Mnll Trlbunn In on mile nt tlio
Ferry Noun Htamt. San Francisco.
lorllnnl Hotel News Stniul, t'oHl.itul.
Fortlamt New Co., IVirtlnml. Oro.
W. . Whitney. Senttle. VTt.
Tall X.tsttd Wire United rrtit
MEDrORD, OREO ON.
Metropolis ut Southern rcRon nml
Northern Cntlfornln. nml tlio fastest
Krmxttit; city In Urejzou.
I'Oiiuhitlon V K. census 1910 SS'Q:
cslluMlctl. 191S M.000.
Five hundred tliousnwl dollAr Gravity
Water NCntrm completed, KlNlNK finest
supply pure) inoiintnln xtalcr, and 1T.3
inlleji of Directs imvrd.
I'ostorfWv receipt for ciir ending
Novptuiwr so, isii. rbwt lncren.se of 19
lUnner fruit city In Oregon Itnguc
lllver SpllxetilMTK apples, xvuti sweep
nlnkc print, nnd lltte nr
"AppJo Xing or tli World"
nl the NaUcn.il Apple Ntitov. Sfisjkanc.
1909, nnd n-cir nr Noxxtuwnn won
rint rtw In 1910
nt OinndUn international .pplo Bhoiv,
Vancouver. IV ". .
rtnt Frlia in 1911
At Kimknno Notional Applu Show won
vy curioau or rtcw'toxmH,
ltoRUH lllver iwnrn brought highest
irlcen In nil market of Ilia world lur-
ng tlio nam nix yearn
J0LTS AND JINGLES
By Ad Brown
Our Ulcerated Soup
Day this over on your cash regis
When the new street cam nrc running
Out of Medford. off somewhere,
Whcro tlio hillsides all arc covered
With neat rows of lticlotis pears
I'll bo waiting for tho manager
Then down upon my kuce
fit plump and most pathetically
I'll raise this little plea.
Oil, give nie a Job as conductor
Tho man who rings up every fare
I'd dote on a suit with brass buttons
To give rue a soldierly air.
lint dearer to mo the position
For reason far greater than these,
I'd lovo to bo known in the valley
As the guy who rolls, "step lively
Ono 'suggestion Is that Ilamtim be
allowed to build a mile of street
railway for every weed he cut down
The snow storm of Tuesday night
did not interfere In the least with
Medford's street car operations.
Ono of tho high lights of Tuesday
, couucll session was furnished by
Councilman Summorvllle who sug
gested the first two miles of road ho
liullt lu Iho country. This would
supply a lot of work for teamsters
In hauling tlio rails, etc., to tho spot
whorii work would begin.
Ono old fellow sat in a corner and
applauded for everything that was
said rcgardlchii In whoso f;ior it was.
Old you uoto Con Louver reserves
Jho right to Mkh all brides married
by tho now county Judge? Ho Isn't
pledging himself to kit them all.
Wolcomo Mlstor Wolgast
To our golden wust
K you'ro good ut. lighting
Vot i nmy fight tho pust.
hock tho babies
thluvcs u ro abroad.
A lot of fellows who are not nth
lcU'B uro verba) gymnasts.
At Its niuolliiK Wednesday, tlio
county court appointed Dr. J. P. Hart
of Talent, county physician for tho
couuty hospital at a salary of ysa
per, month. Dr. W. W. 1 Holt of
Kagle Point, who has been physician
for the past two years, .declined a re
appointment. Dr. It, W. Clancy of Medford was
named as couuty health officer. Ills
was the only applicant, Dr, Morrison
Dr,. J. U. Minima was appointed
couuty stock .Inspector,
JUSTICE HOLMES DENIES .
SfORY OF RETIREMENT
WAfWIFu-TON, Jnn. U.-1'lnt tie-,
niiil ofjt jejuirt Unit lm contemplated
rutliiiik' from tho 8Urcmu court of
Ihn iij;il fUiilM WHS viliccil lipin
loilityliy JiHln,1? UoIiik.
MORGAN THE PATRIOT.
OIEHTONT tOliOAX lias
J the 3klciU'oiil Sim whioh hints that tho lail Ti'ibmU'
is abnsintr that tm-at and srood man. The Sun quotes Mor
gan Us saying that eharaeter
borrow money and remarks:
Mr, Morgan has been abroad In tho world for many ears tho legltlmato
prey of every blackeuqr but the pitch with which they hnvo tried to smear
him has stuck to their own hands.
It Is n comparatively easy matter to attain n certain popularity by abuse
especially tho abuse of those who
The Mail Tribune has no
Avail Street, the joss to whom so many conventional, well
meaning individuals kow tow. and speak of in hushed
tones, with all due reverence.
Morgan is ono oC the big figures of tho day but like
most of those the world delights to honor, erowiled with
the laurel wreath of "success," has always been a disciple
of Machiavelli in plain English, an unscrupulous hypo
crite, sacrificing principle, ruthlessly ruining those in his
path, betraying alike friend or Joe to attain his ends.
Let us see how Morgan, the great patriot, got his start
as a financial genius: During the civil war, Morgan went
into partnership with Arthur M. Eastman of New Hamp
shire, who contracted to purchase from the United States
government. 5000 condemned carbines at $:.50 each. The
carbines were sold to General Fremont at St. Louis, who
bad no authority to biry them, at $i22 each. The carbines
were shinned direct, from the New York arsenal where
they were stored by tho government, to the St. Louis
arsenal, where Fremont was stationed.
A congressional committee, after investigating, re
Thus tho proposal actually wt to soil lo tho government at $!'.' each.
0.000 of Its own nriiiH, tho Intontleu being. It tho offer was accepted, to
obtain these arms from tho government at jn.fio each. It l
very evident that the very funds with which tills purchase was effected
were borrowed on tho faith of the previous agreement to sell. Tho gov
ernment not Only sold for one day for JlT.tSi. arms which It had ngrved the
day before to repurchase for $109. 312 maklnc a loss to the United States
of $93.426 but virtually furnished the money to pay Itself tho $17.10
which It received.
The comutittcc recommended that the payment bo
withheld. Then a commission recommended that payment
bo made at the rate of $Y.i:. si carbine to settle tho matter.
Morgan took the money, then brought suit for the balance.
Tn face of the facts, the courts allowed the claim in full,
(foiling the door Tor a raid upon the treasury, by Morgan
and other patriots who had seized upon the government 's
necessities to get rich quickly.
Meyer's History of Great American Fortunes contains
the following upon this decisien:
Judge I'eck hold that when Fremont bad agrwd to buy the rlflw ho
had entered Into a jontract which bound the governmint, and that a con
tract was n contract. The court took no cognizance of tho fact that tho
worthless, condemned rifles had beeu represented as new. nor did It con
sider tho fact that the money with which they had bocn bought from the
government was virtually government money It gave Stevens a Judgment
against the government for J5S.17..
It '3f this particular decision which assured the "opon seame" for tho
holders of what were then cynically called "dendhorse claims," to collect
the full amount of their swindling operations. The government could
now'plcad Itself defenseless against tho horde of contractors who had bribed
officials to accept decayed ships and defective armor, worthless arms and
shoddy clothing, flimsy tents, blankets and shoes, and hnversacks which
canio to pieces, adulterated food and similar equipment and supplies. As
for criminal action, not a single ono of these defrnuders went to prison, or
stood In any danger of It; the courts throughout tho land were perennially
busy rushing oft potty dofraudcrs to Imprisonment and employing tho lull
punitive power of their machinery against poor, unlnfluentlal offenders.
Another appearance of Morgan the patriot was during
the dark days of Cleveland's second administration, when
through his influence with the president and his advisors,
he made millions by taking government bonds at far less
than their market value and selling them at a big profit
miquitious transactions that damned Cleveland with the
nation and were only put an end to by the New York
"World, which raised by popular subscription, till the
money needed to take the bond issues direct from the gov
ernment, eliminating Morgan's patriotic rake-off.
Morgan's latest appearance as a patriot was in H)07,
when he. brought on a panic that caused untold misery and
human suffering to accomplish unlawful but profitable
monopoly, lie secured from President Uoosevelt, whom
he scared by the specter of disaster, immunity to grab
possession of the Tennessee Coal and Iron company and
complete the steel trust's monopoly, in defiance of the law.
Then, with the federal trcasurv placed at his disposal, he
stayed the panic by loaning the people's money, to Wall
Street at a profit to himself. And for this patriotic service
he lias been honored by a great university!
The rifle steal was typical of .Morgan's morals. The
(I rover Cleveland bond scandal, meagre in imagination,
made up in quantity of Joot what it lacked in originality
of conception. Most Morgauistic, both in finance anil
patriotism, was the coup of 1907, when the people walked
the ulaiik to ci-eate a trust in violation of their own laws
j" nd paid Morgan for the privilege.
Through Morgan's character run ever the threads of
greed and fraud, but the victims kneel at the shrine of
the great god and shout hoxannas as he Poeksiiiffianly
prates of good character as the basis of banking.
T is with regret that .Medford hears that .Judgo W. M.
Colvitf will no longer serve as executive of the Medford
Commercial club. Por five veal's he toiled incessantly in
its behalf and to his unselfish endeavor is due mucirof the
city's progress. Medford owes him a debt of gratitude.
During these five years, city and valley have made
phenomenal progress. 'The inspiration and initiative, the
organised effort necessary to do things, to unite the com
munity, have all come from the Commercial club, which
hits championed every progressive measure.
The Crater Lake highway, the Sacred Heart hospital,
the good roads agitation, the' numerous receptions accord
ed thousands of visitors, the hundreds of thousands of
letters, pamphlets and pieces of advertising scut out, are
but a portion of the club's work and its most tireless,
enthusiastic worker has been its president Win. M.
Though refusing to longer lead, Judge Colvig is so
cohsUhitcd, that lit? will be j'biind valiantly fighting the
good fight in the ranks and his efforts will be as forceful
yhd tolling as when ho llnl the van. May his successor
.MfebK)RB rAHi TunroftE,
iomul it valinnl tlolVudi-i' in
is the solo asset required to
hnvo m oro tnan wo nae.
desire to vabliso tho king of
TxtEDFonn, owiiaoy. TuriiSiuv, ,TANtTATtr o, mm.
show equal vim and energy, equal ability as a money
raiser and community enthuser.
It is probable that the club will return to its old system
all except the routine and clerical work be done h
unsalaried officers and committees, This means that
everyone must put his shoulder to the wheel and push
that meetings must bo well attended, and the club's work
undertaken with enthusiasm.
Tho club is just what the people, make itand oor,
patriotic citizen should join it and start the ball of pros
perity Hilling again.
Oxer etexoii Umu-uiiil liililion died
of menses in the year 11)10. TltN
toes, not include n ): number who
licit of limiiclin-'tticmiltiniii, n ureal
number of oiimim which, in eltilihen,
utv I'litiii'tl by nteiiKle. Sixty-eight
ittnl two-leiitlis iter rout of nil dentil
from litMielio-pueiiuuuiiii occur in
children uiiilei' the tine of five ,eiu.
a time of lifo vtet iiimicIc U iihM
opt to oeeui. - Hut the Mory of tlio
IiU mviigno. of lhi tliiutiso in not
complete without (lie mention of tho
itirvo uumiier 01 ohm ot iiiiieriuuoso.
which follow nn uttitek of it. I.chh
freiuenllv inflniiintiou in Hie our in
die eye limy he left behind nn it murk
of iMtntiou of IhU nuiiitnm Kmiiic
From u pulilie hcttlllt MntiilNiiut, thou,
Ilictl.'-liN 1- n ilii-UUM' nf plilhe itlipnll-
niice. .MitliKuum iuc:tilM umki' iitiiuj
Thin U olio of Uie ulilol nllnlciils
with which mini hit Ihoii nfflictcil.
In fuel Ihe word "iiii'itxh'" Intel"
il- genealogy buck tliMiitsh Ihe (lor-
mini "niwi-lc" nnd "mniern" to the
Sanskrit "miiMim," u word meniuiijt
".twt." 4 Th. writing- f the itiieieut
Anihtitit physicians hiv replete with
mention of lliU ilii-cu". The Itnninn-,
who evidently regard it no moro
-erinu-ly than we tie. rotlml it "iimr-
hillc" which menu "Mlk- -ie-kiief.."
Time and Hcaiit tnwfli wn widely
diffi-cd mi Asiatic and Kumpwn noil,
aud hortlv attur ttu cUnisnlio of
AutcricH it npeitiTil in our wdouie-.
Mhiiv a ik the titwint rrcnrtU of its
xisiiaiiiiiis not tlnj h-t interesting of
which i n letter which pifnrd in
Iho lbiso MvchIimc I . November
12. 17:). entitled "A Iltr About
(iimiiI Muiiitgeuioiit I'mlrr the Di.
Ieniter of Measle- nt This Time
Spreiuhuf: Over the Cmmm. lien
I'uhlishcil for tlio lU'tielu oi the Poor
nml Such us Want Help of Abl
IMiysicmns." It i- -incil. Your
11 04i rt j Friend iiutl Si i .tut" .mil the
I'OUTI.AM). Ore.. Jan 9 -The
staKu Is set and everything In readi
ness for tho Second Oregon Irrigation
Congress to be held lu Cortland
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of
this week. Acceptances from speak
ers aro coming In well so It settins
thu program as mado up will ho ciir
rlud out with but few olianiivs.
Tho auditorium nt thu linperliil
llotul will bo On- inuottut; placo fur
tho ooiiKrotM ami diiloKutt so far
board from Insure a rvprosuuitlvo
attoiidauco from all parts of Oregon
xvhuro Irrigation U a llwi sttbjuot.
Tho couKriuts will bo o.xtreiuol
practical lu Km iiatiiro. tho chief aim
of tho program committee having
Iicoii to arrange group or subjects
that haxti a dlrvct application of
present-day ooiidtlloiiri lu this state
ami urrauguiiwiiU hnvu been matin to
huvu thorn dlscusstul by men having
a thorough grasp on thusu Luplts
I'roiu thu tlmo tho gnvcl falls at the
opening of tlio congross Tliiirsilaw
morning until tho lust speech at the
bmi(iiut Saturday night, there will
bo nothing thut Is not worth while.
(iovornineiit projucls, as well as
Carey Act ontorprlifes. will be dis
cussed thorough), but poruap Ktout
cr than oithur lu Inturust will bu thu
tlio sosslou to bo glvoii' up to a con
sideration of Irrigation works carrlud
on by farmcra thuinsolvoM. This Is
scheduled for I'rlduy morning at III
o'clock, nnd tho oxchnugo of exper
iences promise to bo, very vnlimblo.
TETZLAFF SMASHES WORLD'S
RECORD PIE PAH TRACK
I.OS ANUKI.I-JS, Jiiii. !.- SiiiiisIi
in; it world's record for a mile on a
pio pan tnicl.. Teddy Telzhiff is in
fine I'd Ho for his njn-cd duel with
Itiirney OldliHd Sntiinhiy. 'iVIhitf
iiexnlinteil n mile in !I5 M.."i sccoiids,
i -. 'i
A Xevv lliscoycry,
Ono of the sunsallons of tho twen
(loth century Is Morltol Ithoiimatlsm
Powders, A boon to ovary stifforor.
Tjiu best known remvily for rheuma
tism In all Its forms, AhIj thoso who
have, tried It. llimklns' )ruj Storu,
John A. Pert
2 ft. itAirriii-rrr
I'houca .M. 171 and 17.1
Ainbiilanco Scnlco Deputy Coroner
RRIGATIONISTS 10 WOLGAST DUE
MEET FRIDAY HEREJONIGHT
Make Many Mourn
authorship U utlrihntcd t Coltnii
Mutliet. It is stilted 1 1 in t this letter
h a leprint of one which Dr. Mitthur
wrote prior to liU tlimlh in I "US.
It is not known whut the ciiiimi of
liioinlii is. A is i mil moiiv Keieiilistx
hit ii (toxcrilifil geitUN whieli lliny ho
lioxe to ho tlie cuhiiuI ukciiIs, hut up
to date thtc lutxe pot been msjtixcly
luiixeii u Uie eniise of iiii-usIcm. Wo
do. however, know that the infection
of intm-tlw is fmiiiil in the xepiolinns
fun it the nose nml throat tliit'iuw the
titt sttv0 of tlio dlsouse, Ihctelotv,
1hioiis MiftViiiitt witlt the measles
hIioiiIiI nut be itllovved to come tu con
tttot with well persons until the
ieiiml of fever i well pnseil.
It is little Ihss limit 'liiiitniil to
lietiiiit i-ltlilteu known to Inuc
tumiHleit lo 1111111' in contact with well
chililieii. In this connection it mux
he rtiimtkeil Hint while it is Hrniirnllx
considered that one ottack of iiiwili"
conl'er" immunity, there hiv munx
itsiiH on iccord of oeonml nnd third
nt lucks. It is true I lint the second
ntlnok tiro aenenilly xery mild, but
too sront ruliitucti nIioiiIiI not ho
placed 011 IhU immtmitv. Cliildteit
should In dlsrntirnitrd tis fur 11 s pus.
silile from idn.xtnit tiitis which wilt
Kiiiiit of on hitcivlinuKo of n-nl or
Mouth speretiou's. It is the dutv ot
every imiciit ImviiiK utewsltM m the
homu lo tre that it is reKirtd to the
public henltli uutliorittes. It is tiunllv
lllc dutv of pn roots to sc to it that
their ehihlreitilo not come in contact
with well children ilnrinif the timi
wlicn the infcetiim iuhx In- tiiii.s
inlllHil. .MimsIom can't kill a lohl
anv deader with smallpi tlnin oti
can Httlt ptensles. It is the dntx of
pi lent,, eilisetis mid iiiinncipiihli. . to
lake exerv known measure for tin
liitxcnlioii of the spreml ' tin
.Inliimn measles m.ikc 111,1 v
x -1 &a
SAN' KHAXClSl'O, .Inn. ). T-.tu
.limes, uiauagur ot loitinr (Imiupi., i
Ad WolgMt lull here tor Cliniigi..
where he will try to nwtyr Ihe iiihii
agersltlp of ,ltM. Willard. the last
reiMniHiuK white Iioin tu good stand
iiiK who aspens, to miiovo l.iilli'f M' '
t'arty of hi" newly woo linin'l-.
Wolfrist accomptinicd li ln wile
left hist niuht at 10 oVhiek for Mn'
lord to look Ml mow Ininl. J" es
who expected to go north uilli Wo'
cast ilcculi'il at the In-t iniiuilc t i
stmt oast iutoatl. While here Wil
fast ltd used to recede from his i!c
umiid for isII,ihio ii a ununniice ior
n fight with Tominx .Miirph.x.
Promoter ColTroth is imvv 'ep'sMitf
loo il.iiuNil ol .New Oileiiiis as Mcr
pll.v's tii.iciit I'Vlirti.nx '".'.
Bittner's Real Estafe
4 Employment Bureau
All Hinds of Ciopciiy I'orSiilc
t acres near 1'ortlautl. in smalt
town, all tu cultivation, A-1 soil, '.Ml
fruit truus, all kinds of hoirlca, U
room modnrii house, ttoiiieut walks,
uomploto water s)stom, good bam.
chlokmi bout, tool liotisv. fliio fruit
hoiiso, 1 hour car service to I'ofl
laud. Will trade for nicely iiilppod
stuck farin. will pay small difference
13-1 acres In Applegate. good houso
and barn, iU acres cluarod and In
cultivation, good wator right, will
trade for modem bungalow, Willi
iioiiio cash difference
Hunches In Oklahoma, Now Mexi
co and Texas to trade for Itoguti
river valley or Medford property.
Storo room, I room dwelling at
tached and vacant corner lot lu
Seattle. 14 block from car Hue. to
exchnngo for vacant lots In suburbs
(lood acreage uoar .Medford to ox-
chiiugy for stock of morchaiidlso to
tho valuoof from 10,000 to $ 10.000.
I 'or Kent
Furnished and unfurnished hoiisos
If you have ranches or houses for
rout list with us.
Olrls and women for ge,neraloiio
work.'' ' ' ' '
WaltrcHB ?80 loom niftl board,
.MRS. EMMA BITTNER
l'ltnriu Home it
Oppofclto Nash Hotel
I100M8 0 nml 7. VAW! Kl-OCK,
. x.t: n..i jl
TALKS on teeth
aro of Interest 5.0 ovcrybody. but es
pechtlly to thoso who aro contemplat
ing sumo dental work for themselves
or ono ot tho family, Whatever It
Is you waul dono In tho Ituo of hlxh
clniM Dentistry oomo heru and you
will get every satisfaction. Wo rt
experts, employ tho host and most
scientific methods In a modern wit),
and wo charge only reasonably.
I iily Attendant.
THE SIGN OF
In thu i line Mi.imlx for ftr'itnlti.
while It should be nli iik lit U
pcrlor lenVi iiIiik power iniiHv In
every lituredlmit ami till thn"
itiiilllle which makii I'KltllK I'
HAKINO l,t)VHt:il aio cni'r.md
Orocers Itaxe It
at J"c pci tumid
Ask them foi 11
for our l'0"i
recipes for e
less cal.es, ti
(HIM I NT MM I tl It HlSti
iBfeg and most
tC WML!l!iV I . . -
QI"t,.v".ll,aB 1 O p U 1 111
.-uUkUIJsW.I.O r T
Intel m me
City. Running ditUillcd
ice water in each room.
Euroittim Plan, a la Girtc
Tariff on Rooms
00 roonit til philf Vtlk
SO room vA ititt Uli
30 ultct, bedroom, psr-
lor nd both - 3,00 eadi
For moro than onoxuett dd .$1.00
exlrn to Ihr nbovo rstcs for
f cr.ch udditlonnl guett.
Reduction by week or nifxvth. .
Afandftmin CAji'.r- W A.'. '.'
fcnr rttF-rvrvzmii -aaaasii
I Von Dorn i
'2V2 Turk Street
Finest popular prirod
Hotel in Half- I'Vaneiseo
I Modorn Central
Wi tirr a v.-rv cimi'!i i lui" uf
ilruniis. Inc., f iiiIHIi.h ft x ttil i. i Ir ,
mill iln nil I'liinn' h uf uiiIkiIhii rills' A
sihi'ImI until In look uflir IIiIm vmhI
cicIiimImI) nn I will mve lis K'"l
i 1 1 ut lis n iiiivhiIii In U' l III etuli
tint lnri st i i'i, h
Wooks & McQowan Co.
TONIGHT AND TOMORROW
KI'.NWOIITIIY l'loVM-MIS .
The Bin Four-Act Drama
aiJaiission uoc, ' mwi-jHVKi) sioo
'lifi.' olTlee open from to t),p. in,
Oojurs Open nt lt). Omiuin a;UU
Scoin reserved by phono, UI6-' litljt
The Quickest, Simplest
l.'null) nml Chmtilr Msdo ivt
Hume. Mnven You 3.
TliU tecltio nuiki'1 a pint of cough
svniv ctioiigh to lail a fitmlly a hniff
tliiie. ou couliln'L buy ns iimoh or ai
Ijvmd rough s til p for fJ.at.
Simple ttH It U, It gives nlmnt Itinliint
relief mid uviiitly s(ii' th unmt oltl
imtn conuli hi iM Itoiirs. 'IhU h pnrtl
duo to llin furl Hint it U, slightly lux.v
the, llimiliih"! tlio appetite nnd hits mi
cxeelli'lit tinilil elleel. 1 1 U plriiniiiit to
taviH-elilldten like It. An excellent iciu
fdv, too. fur w lumping conuli. erniip, soto
limes, imiiunn. lliroitl iniiiiuen, cm.
, lin.llllll. .III.'", HMM I., V.',
ottii plat of Krituuliitcd nuuiir wllli
tut of warm witter, and stir fur '
minute. Cut, Mly oiiikvh of Chief Ml fly
cents' win thl In a pint Untie, ami u;M
tho Sonar Si tup. It keeps perfectly,
Tnko a tesnMinfiil every one, two or
tliroi hours. ...
IMlln li 0110 of Ihn oMcnt. ami liefc
known remedial iiuents for tint tliroijt
itieiiilirtiiie. I'luex U llin inoil valtnililn
eonivittriitnt eniii(iiuitil of Norway wlilln
pine extrsct, mid l rleh In mmbjenl ami
nil tlio other natural lumllni? eleinriits.
Other pit-partition will nut work lu thl
fiiriuitlit. l . ,., ,
Tlio prompt rcnulU from thlj reclpn
Imvn emlearptl It to Oiotisnud of hotnjiv
nliM lii I In. i'nllisl Rlnles ami ( illlitilil.
wlib-h rxplalim why the phut has brvii
1 linltnteil oftstt. but never niptvssftilly.
A Kiiitrantvot tisoitiin sati'iiiriioit. or
tiKiMi v pNHiipllv rriini'led, pe wlththlj
fvli' Your i!rti)tflt tins l'lnex, or will
uet It for im. If not. scud lo 'tin
riucx Co., l't. Waxiic, Ind.
1VHERK TO 0
Iho Only Heal Motion I'll turo tlnatci-
In I lie t'lly
Today ami Tomorrow An I'iiumiiiI
I'l-ouiam A "Kay Ilea" IVataio
In Two Heels
'IIMIOII Wll.li THI.I."
story of tho t'lvll war In which
a Hoiitlinrii boy shrinks from thu
wliistllng bullHs, ItM In a crisis thu
II. id of tila flghtlag falhnr Is arnuiwl
In ' is veins, and lis goo through a
-erics of thrilling Incidents during
mnixelouM rents of wnrfarn. As n
di.imatle offering this film U suporb,
. a MtisatloHsl fvaturt It Is uuatir
A llatllliig OikhI Coiusdy
-oi.oA this Anvnvruitiws"
I)tprlN cunning versus uiiorgy
suit vldtncv when Iho womnu's nn
luasktng Is cumlnnt. Very eon
xlnriug. THU OlWfOX'S TIUM'III.IW"
Its a tkram I'rom Start tu Finish
Tho luviiilers," an Hvaltlng Indian
ami frootlsr Ufa plot uro. It's n
"K,iy-IhH" Ih S rstds.
Jan. I3tti nml llth
Sat-iili lleinliiinli In hr grtoUsst w
com "Ojitton lillMtbctli" Jitu. SVth ami
Ali SATIIKIt, Iho Singer
I lest Music and I'ffentd
ADMISSION. Dc AND' 10c
Mutlio'is Hull), : to .. p m.
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Sliir. Dhiiwus aud Holler T
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IIIK ItHANDHO AHM
oi.D so.vos ami ,Mi:.Moitn:s
si irons AXDSI ITCASKS
Till-: SI.ATI-: IXIHSTHV
Coining Siiuilay nnd .Mouiluy
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