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SAG IN PRICES
ERNEST E. HART OF
Operations at Sterling Mine to Be Resumed on Extensive Scale
rOUTIiANI), Feb. .1. Receipts for
tlto past week liiuV bern: Collie
1072$ calves 1, hogs 4022; sheep
11354; hones 10..
Notwithstanding Ihc fnct that re
cciplo liftvo been light nnd compnm
lively few entile wero offered to the
trade, prices have pngtfcd fully twenty-five
cents all nlong tho lino. Prime
steers sold $7.G0 to $"."., cows $0.50
in $0.75. heifers $7.00 to $7.25 and
bulls at $0.00 represent a conserva
Downward tendency to the swine
trade eaily in the week became
chronic by Thursday when best light
weight hog sold nt $7.50 to $7.55.
These mice are twenty tb thirty
cents lower thnn a week ngo. I.hpil
dntion has been very liberal. 4022
hem) of suiim being unloaded here
trillion values recehed n trimming
Thursdny, due to the let-up in de
innnd. Tho cattle decline has nf
fcetcd both sheep nnd bog markets
and fresh meat business shows bier
losses compared with enrly January
trade. Choice wethers are down a
quarter nl $0.00 to $0.15; ewes $5.00
to $5.15. Lamb market steady to .i
Mindo weaker, tops $7.00 to $7.25,
demand not so urgent. Hulk of sheep
1ioho offerings during week only
LONDON, Feb. 3. King George's
health is gtviug his physicians not a
little concern. His majesty has been
miffering intermittently sinco Christ
mai with a troublesome cold, which
the most careful treatment has been
iiunblo to eradicate.
Tho present winter, with its sudden
changes of temperature, and its al
most continuous rain, has been trying
for persons even of robust constitu
tion. King George is of frail phys
ique, and this fnct renders him pe
culiarly susceptible to the ravages of
(ho KnglUh winter which he managed
to escape last year by taking the
Durbar trip to India, from which he
returned in splendid condition.
Those who have seen the king late
ly have noted with considerable ap
prehension the contrast with his ap
pearance last spring. His stoop of
shoulder has increased perceptddy,
nnd he seems to havo lost quite a
little in weight, while his facial ex
pression ia anything but that of a
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MINNKAI'OI.IM, Minn. IVIi. II
After 'A jeuis of lesenivh work, Dr.
I, II. Hurtfuii of .MiiineiiMili, has dW
coveted u IiiIichmiIohIh cure which the
Daily Nowh, iv newspaper today
claims rivals that recently announc
ed by Itr. i'ledeiick Fran. Kilvdinitiui
Tho Hcrmu Is Injected In such n
UMtiitier, as to strengthen the it'U
taiice of the cells In tho body.
Dr. HutKMii disputes Dr. Koch's
theory that a kciiii causes lint disease
uiainlaiiiitig Hint ICoch's IiiIh'iihiIihU
Kcrm is a iii'Hmlilc factor In the t
velopiuenl of the disense.
He insists that the otit cure is to
sheimtheu tho resistance sn serins
i Pnilt IntieU In sny color prtntett
hy the Mall Tribune tf
Drnest I!, Iliul. picsident of Ilia
Crater l.tiko l.ninliei' company, and
evIeiiNlwh inteieHled in .laeksou
couiilv tlinher with ('. I Infer of Coun
cil IlluflV, la., ditd suddenly at l.oiin
llcai'h, Calif., Hatuiday. The news
was iccelxed In it telcgiiiin to IMltnr
H. llufer of this city.
.Mr. Unit was well known in this
section, hating been hern several
limes in connection with his timber
.Mr. Unit was piesldeiit of the
I'irst National hank of Council Hint Is,
nnd for twcUc euix was republican
uatlniiul couiinitleciiiati from his dis
trict in Inwn, playiiu; nu Imporlaut
patt In the affair of the middle west,
A wife and dauubler, Chili c, utul
two nous, besides other relatives ami
a ho"! of friends, moiiiu.
Sterling Mine In Applcgute Section, Irfirgctt l'lnccr Mine In llio World.
RANGERS TO MEET
HERE NEAR FUTURE
A meeting of the forest rangers
from five or six national forests cov
ering Bontheni Oregon nnd northern
California has been called and will
be held in this city about February
18. Over 100 forestry men will be in
The meeting will be devoted to a
discussion of forestry matters, much
attention being given lo fires und fire
Last year the i angers met at
CUT Bf OIL TRUST
NEW YORK. Feb. 3. As the re
sult of moneys it secured when the
supreme court ordered tho stock of
its subsidiaries distributed, the Stan
dard Oil company of New Jerey to
day announced a "ca'-h distribution"
of $-10 n share, the total distribution
amounting to $39,335,528.
Immediately after the distribution
was announced the stock of the Stan
dard Oil company of New Jcrcy ad
vanced 18 points.
GRAVE CONCERN OVER
HEALTH OF POPE PIUS
IIOME. Keb. 3. Decause tho con
dition of his heart Is far from satis
factory and tho gouty symptoms
which have been anno)lng htm for
somo time havo Increased, concern
ts felt over the health of Tope Pius
today. He Is confined to his apartments.
BOOIES OF FIVE LIE
BY LABOR TROUBLES IN AVALANCHE DEBRIS
NEW YORK. Feb. 3. The stock' TYR- Wa,h- I'M Although the
mnrkct closed irregular today. Can-, Qri'al Northern tracks through hero
ndiau Pacific dropped a point nnd a ' wh,cn wcro carrlca wn' w,,n ",0
half. Can lost n point and steel five- "' anow ,,do ,,mt urrcd tWtt
eighths of n jwint. Southern Pacific ' nK0 a ""t" "t10"- oino'
collateral fours moved up a point and i
a half to 07.
Likelihood of resumption of hostil
ities in the Dnlkans and threats' of V
whero burled hctieuth tho thntuand
of tons of ico and rock nro the
bodies of tiro laborers who were
crushed by tho slide. Three shifts
labored day nnd night lo open tho
tines of the railway, but tho bodies
of theso flo will reuuln further un
der tho avalanche, lieo-.uiim ll would
cot thousand of dollars to recover
them. Somo skeleton iu.iv bo found
In tho spring when the snow thaws
away from the logs and boulders.
Reduction on Shoes
Wo nro jjivintf Jon poi oont off on nil hIiooh.
Our shoos onny qnnlity. Wo nro holtlinj; (o llio
snnio roasonnlilo prioo.s notwillislnndiii,' tho honvy
ndvnnoos on shoos luring the pnst throo to fivo
months. In mhlitiou to this wo nro now giving u
ton por oont discount for cash.
WEST MAIN ST.
A A. A
widespread labor troubles in the steel
industry hnd a depressing effect.
Trading was checked by uncertainty
whether the supreme court would
hand down the Minnesota rate de
I funds wero steady.
DON'T OVERLOOK THIS
SAYS INDIAN CHILDREN
WERE SLAIN FOR ESTATES
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I'oruilng only ono of a series of nar
ratives of crimes us sliocklug as those
tor whleli (he McNumarns were con
vleled lit California, Inspector IMwurd
It, I.liineu, speclul Indian InveBtlgatoi
for the Becretary of the Interior, telU
hoy Ih.ihI swindlers slew two Creek
i hlldrou In OUIahoma lu furtherance ol
a frsiidulciit deed plot, The govern
nient will undoubtedly order a tborousb
Unwtltfallou of these charges.
Yesterday nt tho Presbyterian
church was a day of great inspira
tion. Tho morning services were
rich in music, and the sermon was
from 2 Cor. 11:21, 'Vhoruitisocet
Any Is Hold, I Am Hold AUo."
Iepreentn(tes of the Conserva
tory of Music of Albany collcgo wcro
present. Mrs. Hans Flo, the ocal
instructress nnd Miss Wnggener, the
instrumental teacher of that conser
vatory took part m tho services. The
evening service was one of music nnd
ong. A Jurgo nudicnce wns present
morning and evening. Many were
highly pleased with the music.
The program nt 7:30 follews:
Hymn 33, "Hark! Hark! My Soul."
Organ Miss iigsener.
Solo Mrs. Flo.
Soo Miss I Inure.
Piano soloMis', Waggoner.
Solo Mrs. Flo.
"List Cherubic Hosts" Quintette.
Offering and offertory.
Sermon, hiibject, "1 Will Sing of
Solo Mr. Ho.
Solo Herbert Alford.
"He Is Watching Over Israel"
Solo "Ncnrer My Clod to Thoc,"
Thankful Ho Wus Not a Woman.
Tho late 1-awhon Tail, of Kngland,
tho great woman's doctor, said he
never wont to bed at night without
thanking heaven ho was not born a
woman. No doctor ever knew better
than ho what women havo to suffer
at somo times of their lives. It was
an American woman Jong sinco
passed to her reward who Intro
duced a simple combination of roots
and herbs called Lydla K. PInkham's
Vegetable Compound, that has proved
wonderfully successful In mitigating
suffering and curing diseases of wo
men. It has brought unspeakablo
relief to thousands of women who
suffered from femalo Ills.
A Curcful IVrinul Will Prove Its
Value to i:ery Mull Trlbiiuo
The average man Is a doubter, and
there Is little wonder that this Is so
Misrepresentations make Hoplo
skeptics. Now-n-days tho public
ask for better cvldonco than tho
testimony of strangera. I lore Is
proof which should convlncu every
Mall Tribune reader.
!!. J. Durfce. 32 N. Hartlett St,
Medford, Ore., says: "I was trou
bled by my kldnes off and on for
years. If I caught a slight cold. It
always settled In them, causing my
back to becomo very lame, weak
and painful. Last summer I wns
suffering In that way and on a
friend's advice, I procured Doan's
Kidney Pills. I found this remedy
to bo exactly as represented and In
a few days tho trouble left me. 1
know of many othor persons who
havo obtained bcnoflt from Doan's
Tor snlo by nil dealers. Prlco 50
conts. Kostcr-Mllburn Co., Jluffalo,
New York, solo agonts for tho United
Ilutnembor tho name Doan's
and tako no other.
Rooms without bath OOc per day
Young Men and Boys
Do you need wearing apparel of any kind? You
will have the opportunity for the balance of this
week to make a nice saving on your purchases,
besides knowing that when you buy it here you
get only merchandise with merit and when we
say bargains you know what it means.
Following are a few of the things we are effering:
. l2 Off
. 25 Off
. 12 Off
!4 to 13 Off
Rooms with bath $1.30 per day
Special rates ly week or month.
Combination breakfasts every
morning 2a, as and -IS cent.
Evory storo ad should ho a repre
sentative one. Tho newcomor In
town, who reads today' ads, should
bo ablo to "place" tho city's stores
In their positions of rohitlvo Import
I anco from tlmt ono reading,
11:30 to 2 p. in.
Fried Columbia Itlvcr Smelts Sauce
Minced Turkey Cutlets Aux Petit
Dolled Sugar Cured Corned Ilcef and
Koenlgsborgor Klupps with Potatoo
Mashed Potatoes Creamed Itlce
Lemon Mcranguo Plo Fruit Shorbot
Tea Coffeo Milk
During meal hours beautiful music
uud singing will bo rendered by II err
Curl Gilnsen mid Mine. Iiiulyuo.
One lot of Men's and Boys1 Suits at
One lot of Men's and Boys' Suits at .
One lot of Men's and Boys1 Boys' Overcoats at
One lot of Men's and Boys' Overcoats at .
One lot of Men's Golf Shirts, worth $1.50 to $2, at
One lot of Men's Golf Shirts, worth $1 to $1.25, at.
One lot of Men's and Young Men's $2.50 to $3.50 Hats at '2 Off
One lot of Men's Raincoats at ... 2 Price
One lot of Men's Silk Umbrellas, worth $2.50 to $7.50 at 2 Off
Our loss is your gain if you need ':
any of this merchandise
MODEL CLOTHING CO.
Corner Main and Bartlett Streets Medford, Oregon
$''"$$''$''$' $5V'k5'J '' -'
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