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OTTWOUn MATT, TftTnPNK MKHFOUn. ONMIOV, MONDAY, VUUUV WV 17, l!)l,'l.
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Thcro will lo nn cilucnllonnl mil)'
nt the Vint M. K. church on Tiicb
lny ovculng, tlio ISth. lllrtiop
Cooke vll) ho the principal ppenkor
of tjiji cvcnhiR nnd will kIyo nn nil
ilrpM thnt will delight hla hcorors.
JIvfirvboJv welromo and utkoiI to he
prownt, no cpllocllon or nionny to lio
rnlccd for nny purpose.
Dr. KlrphRMBiior whb called to the
homo of C. Bponcer wliooo wlfo lw
iieen- 111 for ReiYrnl months. Thoy
llvo north of Haglo Point.
K. P. Horrlff of Apacho. Okln., Is
employed na auctioneer for the
Plorco subdivision ncutlon salo of
Hd lloborta, the contractor and
hUllder. who with Mra. Hoborts, has
lieon In Southern California for n
rouplo of months, has returned to
Medford nnd will remain hero nnd
ply hU vocation. Mr. ltobcrts has
purChnKcd n. vacant building lot on
West Fourth street, near Summit
nvonuo. nnd la now erectlni; a dwell
ing thereon for his own use. The
dwelling will be of the French cha
teau stylo, which Is the design now
taking tho placo or the .bungalow In
California. It will be JMx.tG feet In
Mxe, ono story, nnd will contain five
rooms, sleeping porches nnd all mod
O. a Ilcacli, music studio. Vio
linist. Will Instruct on violin, man
dolin nnd guitar In correct method.
Advanced student nnd beglnnors
A.iiirM 234 E. 9th street. Phone
Home 314-b or Main 3481. 307
Frank Snllcnger has his six room
bungalow on Roso nvcnuo nearly
ready for occupancy. 'Dob" Talor
Is now nt work doing tho Interior
painting and decorating.
O. W. Tucker has n cement foun
dation In for n new five room bun
galow on Hamilton street. The
building will have two porches and
will be modern In every particular.
Mr. Tucker will occupy tho building
pr. S. A. Lotkwood and Dr. Myrtle
S. I.ockwood (regular physicians, not
chiropractors) Mvo removed their
offices from tho Hasklns building
to 232 E. Main otrt-ct '
llodlao and Lewis at tho Nat.
Don't miss the fancy skaters at tho
Nat rink two days Monday and Tues
day afternoon nnd evening. Featur
ing tho most difficult stunts ever
known to tho skating world. 281
Word has been received In Mod
ford of tho death of Mr. Utloy, fath
er of Corey E. Utloy of this city on
Thursday, Feb. 13tb.
Cloelng put sale ot pipe. Ire
land's Smoke House.
Wra. Mullcr Is back from, a two
months' trip to Southern California.
Ho states that Hood river apples are
better adverttsed than Roguo river,
though poor prices aro being received
for all apples this scnion. Many
orange orchards, bo reports, aro prac
tically ruined, as a result of the
j. W. llerrlam has returned from
a week's visit to Portland. Ho
states that thoro 3000 vacant houses
In tho metropolis, and outsldo of
the building of BKyscrapcrs, mur
cimnts reuort business dull.
iiot fanmn mado bread at De-
Harry H. Hicks left Saturday on
a business trip to Olyinpla.
j. C. Ncff spent Monday in Med
ford, eu routo to Crescent City. Ho
wilt drive nn auto stage from Grants
Pass to tho coast this summer. Ho
stopped over to Investigate tho ds
appeamnce ot his thoroughbred Bos
ton bull dog, Kobo. and found that
someone had wantonly shot him aud
thrown the body Into Dear creek.
Bring that old book wltfc n
binding down and have It rebound
at tho Mall Tribune office. CosU
tint little. w
C. E. WliUlcr bus returned from a,
Hut of rdiilty cnon In tin tried
Charles Wmlt of Centralis. Wnh.,
It at Jacksonville, making ralullvcn
Ouy Thrmhor nnd Warren King
of Phoenix spent Saturday In Med
ford. Vapor baths and sclentlflo tnss
sago for mon nnd women. Dr. II.
J. Lockwood, chrlopractor, 203 Car-nett-Corer
Hide. Phone 146.
Tyson Ucnll nnd Chnrles Painter of
Central Point were among tho many
traded In Medrord Saturday.
Prof. Davis and M. 12. Hoot of
Table Hock were business visitor
In Medford Saturday.
Pnutorlum cleans nud presses all
sorts of clothlnc. Phnnn 2441.
Chnrles Richards and Oeorgo Daily!
aro ovor irom tint, uni., lor n snort
stay In tho valley.
W. S. llarnum. uresldent of the
R. R. V. It., mndo a trip to Ashland
Miss Flora Gray, teacher ot p(nno.
studio 144 South Central nvonuo.
Phono 1241. 2SG
Mlsa Elizabeth Nelkon of Port
land Is In Medford, tho guest of Miss
flortrudo Fay. She Is en routo to
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Helms vis
ited In JackKonvllle Sunday after
noon. Carkln & Taylor (John H. Car
kin and Ulenn O. Taylor), attorneys-ftt-law,
over Jackson County Bank
O. W. Dowcy nnd Chester York ot
Rogue River camo to Medford Sat
urday on business.
Dr. J. F. Reddy Is making u busl
ness trip to tho country cast ot the
Get your clothes cleaned and
pressed at the Pantorlum and get out
and enjoy yourselves.
!N. M. Simmons nnd Wm. Rummel
of England aro among those from
abroad In Medford at prosont.
M. SchulU of Myrtle Point and
h. I. Jenkins ot Seattle transacted
business In Medford this week.
New York Life Insuranco Co., C.
Y. Tongwnld, Medford National
Bank Bldg.. phono 3371.
S. G Van Dyko of North Phoenix.
was a Medford visitor Saturday at
Dr. A. J. Poley of Enterprise.
Wallowa county, was tho guest of
Dr. and Mrs. Scoley Saturday. They
wero former townspeople,
Kodak finishing, tho best t Wes
ton's, opposite book store. "
W. 31. NInner. 11. D. Young nnd
J. E. Wells of Josephine county wero
here on business a few days slnco.
Dr. C. It. Ray Is making a busi
ness trip to San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Taylor. Mr
and Mrs. C. B. Stout, Mrs. C. D.
Abbott and her daughter of Jack
sonville, wero Medford visitors Sat
urday. Hats cleaned nnd blocked. Pan
torlum. Shorlff Slnglcr nnd Chauncey
Floroy, doputy assessor, wero over
from tho county seat tho forepart of
John F. Miller of Jacksonville
spent a short time in Ashland Sun
Fashionable dressmaking. Evening
and afternoon gowns. Latest stylo
lingerie a specialty. Mrs. E. M.
Painter, Into of Now York City.
Hours 2 to 5 p. m. CIS King street.
Charles Stolnburg and Charles
Duugan were among tho Gold HI1-
lers lu Medford Saturday.
Miss Maud Ward, who has been
visiting In Medford has returned to
her homo at 8eattle.
Harry Ward, driver for tho Pan
torium, goes to Central Point each
Thursday morning. Residents of
Central Point and along tho road uo-
tween horo aud thoro will ploaso
boar this In mind.
Mr. nnd Mm. N. W. Klmo, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Helnroth motored In from
Griffin creek Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Law and R. H.
two'months' trip to northern point.. Hopper of Portland aro visiting
Ho saya the Roguo river valley looks
good to him after the heavy suovsa
of the Palouso country.
Juck Sheridan leaves Monduy for
n business visit to Seattle, hla for
Inauro and bo sure. Right If we
write It. R. A. Holmes, Tho Insur
Fred Colvlg, county recorder. Is at
Grants Pass for u few days, visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Col-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Isaacs, J. H.
Butler and 15. W. Wilson of Big
Sticky, turrlod In Medford Saturday
llcmembei tho Modern woodyard
bus plenty or dry oak und fir wood,
reiuonablo price. Phono 31C3. 2$1
Mrs. Fred Rppor ot GrantH Pass Js
In Medford, visiting Mrs. O. 1)vb.
Weeks & McGowan Co.
Dy PJione 3271
MUM -;?&: S8
E. D. Weston, commercial photog
raphern, negatives made any time or
placo by appotntmont. Pbona M.
$, E. Wlnetrput of Grants Pass Is
stopping In Medford for a short
if-.. Ttr fihnnrnr nt Glendale U
convalescing from a recent operation
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Miles wero In
Ashland Sunday, visiting relatives.
Tho "Sultana." a six part sorlal
byHcnry C. Rowland, author ot "Sil
ver Side," begins In tins ween
1A. C. Edwards, S. A- Potter and
Harry Silver wero up from Ashland
the forepart of tho week.
F. A. Wise and George Barrows of
Grants Pass mado a trip to Medford
Tnlrn free cuess on BCHOOl piCturcn
and got a beautiful picture of Crater
Lake freo at Gerklng & Iiarmpn
studio, 128 E. Main street, near
First National Bank. Phone 2104.'
Prof. John Norllng, miner ami
iiniuiinaKteri Is a niemuor of tho or
chestra furnishing music for a lead
ing theater at Stockton, upi.
Mlshca Flosslo Dunford aud NeJIIo
Mclntyro motored over- from Jack
spending the winter In Houthrrn ('nil-1
fnrnln I. nt twitim nriln
torn In. Is nt homo again.
,Mr and Mrs. Cass and Mrs D '
Hamilton of (Irani Pass nrre re
rent visitors In Medford.
Grater I.sko photographs pro
notinred br expert to bo tho boat
over mado of the lako at Qerktug A
Harmon's1 studio, 13S E. Mnln Mrect.
pear First National Ban. Phone
2 1 r. 4 . Kodak finishing nnd culnrc-
tni- timrnttvn mniln nitv ntnr, .
Jos. AdnntB tins been nt Ashland
sovornl times during tho pnst week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Stevenson of
Snlom nro visiting In Roguo river
Charles Caldwell was tho guest of
relatives nt Gold Hill Sunday.
Huy n Slugcr at your own tonus
nnd your spring sewing will ho n
pleasure. Singer Sewing Machine
Cq., J. O. Painter, agent, 417 M.
F. & H. llldg. Phono 3441. Wo
also rent rachlues nnd do repairing.
Miss Hollo Cochran, who has boon
visiting at Ashland, returned Sun
day. Mr. aud Mrs. S. H. I.ovett aro bank
from n trip to Salem.
S. M. Carpenter of Sterling pro
duct was In Medford Sunday. Ho
reitorts that the dancing purty held
at the Dunford farm houso Friday
evening was a success, nearly forty
couples bolng In nttenduncu.
Col. George P. Mints of Savon
Oaks attended services in Medford
W. M. Fulton of Spokane and 11.
M. Harris of San Francisco have
boon making tho valley a visit.
B. U Barry speclat agents of tho
Home Flro Insuranco company, Is
making a business visit.
. O. P. Hayes of Oakland., Cal who
Is Interested In a farm In Sterling
district, Is making this section a
Mr. and Mrs. 11. F. Chandlor, who
recently arrived from Iowa, aro In
Medford at present.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hill ot Asn-
land spent Sunday In Medford.
Mrs. M. J. Carncntcr of Talent was
among her Medford friends Sunday
Miss Delia Gctchcll Is the guest of
relatives llvlnc at Roscburg.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Sohmltt of Jack
sonville wero In Medford Sunday,
visiting B. B. Haney aud his wl(o.
Cant. W. Rawllngs of Sheridan.
Wyo., who is tho guest of his daugh
ter, Mrs. G. E. Cot of Central Point,
was in Medford Saturday.
J. McPherson was among those
who went to Ashland Sunday.
Miss Stevens of Roguo River, who
has been visiting Miss Jorgenson, re
turned homo Sunday.
T. E. Daniels, deputy exalted rul
er for this district, mado Klamath
Falls lodgo B. P. O. Elks, an official
visit. Ho was Joined at ecu, v-ai.,
by Mrs. Daniels, who has been vis
iting in Southern California.
vibo Alice Hoofs and Mattel
rrnnrv of Jacksonville camo to Med
ford Sunday to sco Mrs. Covert, who
was on her return to Newport from
j. H. Cochran returned from ban
i rt Kniiv. United Press loascu
wlro oporator at tho Mall Tribune,
returned Sunday from a month spent
Two largo crowds at the Isis Thea
ter Sunday evening attested to tho
popularity and merits of tho Russian
Duo, singers and dancors who have
an act their again this evening.
Tho Isls Is running wme oxtra flnp
films and has a show that is Jiarti
A romarkablo- fIn depleting an
Egyptian mystery Is being shown at
the Star tonight nnd Tuesday. It
deals with occultism and Is a foature
well worth scolng.
GRANTS PASS FAILS
TO SELL IIS BONDS1 ICE MACHINERY
(1HANTS PASS. IVb. IT. A bit! of
ni'i'i'iioi! tn!niit mill lift nor mini nf
lite vnliio rtts Hindu fur the $1200,0(10
hottil issue li Soyulimr Hell of Poil
I a ml, Saturday nlelit when Mils wero
eullcri for by the oTt omnril, tho bill
hoiitjr siiMitod Ijy a oertititHl elieek
Of ftOO n vitU'wei of gunil fntlli,
Mr. Hell rrtriHl to toko $100,1100 u
nll of the bonds nt Hint t'ijrutv, tleUv
uvry to he uii(du at the ntlu of $30,.
000 every thirty tTu.
I'ropomifoitii v8ti al-tt tuMile bv A.
J. MeCabe of )'rnit(l, who urtVted
rttilsi nnd tsui)nit'l. Mtvimnt to he
niHtlo with I lie liouds nt ltnr.
Telegrntwm wjv 'ivud fhtin Hire
ilifft.rv.iit Imnil linvnii li.nttfVui utulin..
Iltnt llni were u,dl tnar(l nt this
dine to 1ml mr,ur ilio ImuuN hut
itviiru.iii ii iliMtlrii In uniuiilt uilli
the eouttril imxk'eJJjLu: 'he sale, ami
to submit iiropmtntiw. One nrnt
stulul that it wiiiitri lu in n iiaMilimi
to offer h heJUr jii.l following the
paape tbroujili (tie ligtlnttire of
toe pumie tttthliesf bill introiliioeii h
Mr. JIlMiielinnl. niul wliioli iiioii-uro
Iihn nlntmlv )iAod the lioiiso.
In nnlor tit viva nil tlin linvor mi
opporluntly to ioijic in if bill of jwr
or nunw i
mill tl rofer tlio itimiiiniit nn.iuw.ul
til till I'tmtmi-uillH lunil In milai lut
ilircel nottolinUoua jj the Uond lniy
or- (o (lie etui Unit Hie Iuv Mitiilil
figure be obtHinttil, ton ily time be.
u Kivtti fur twnl MirinHp.
TIih oimrM'il niiprovoil Ih- mi-Iiimi nf
(he r.iiimiiHit in neetinir the hid
of ('. ('. lInmitir-.loy for olenring
three tniln uf tho ruilmail tiuUl.nt.
wnv HI the rule of $-11 xr aere. nnd
ntilliorizeil Ilio eltviititc of the o.
What might have been a ery ser
ious I'Milosion occurred at tho nlitut
or the Medford Ice und Storngu
company (his morning. The explo
sion was enused by tho failure of a
pump to work properly. This pump
forces brtuo through colls lu n large
furiiiKo and when the pump failed
the brine was turned Into stevtnt too
fust nud the oncowi pressure twiiHod
the rolls to hurst.
. Tint furnaco was ontlroly domol
lulled and pieces of plpo and fittings
wore thrown through the walls of
the furnuco room and srattured for
nearly 100 feel.
Fortunately no one was In the
furnaco room when the explosion
occurred. Tho flro was extinguished
by hard work on tho part of Mr.
drown, tho engineer ot tho plant.
ttaaaiHitui ojtwpvw mnwiwui trtryrmmm$
t-fainnmmii Qaiwiti jj
To tho Kdjlur:
In the press ncrount recently pub.
1 1 lb ml In the Tribune ronrorutite the
soitlement of the lltjgntlou relating
to tho ostnttt of Mary linker Kddy
tho stnlement was mndo that tho con
testants, Mrs. liddy's two sous, wero
to hold the contingent rights to re
new tho copyright on their mother's
....Lu .i...ri... 11...1. n..ti....k -ri.ld i
illy to eituie in ir mU of lr """" "" " ' "
, are t.. lie eonider'd. tho :i vtutemoiit which I, rust you
voted to rajwt lite Hell l.i.l " ,,J"lt me to correct.
Koisrring to innse ricnm noo tnu
dUHsltl(n mndo of llKiin'itn thu re
cent settlemont Tho Chrlffltiit Science
Monitor of February Stli soys, 'Out
side of tho matters In litigation the
sous possessed n contingent right
during their life time to renew the
copyrights Uhiii Hielr mother's pub
lished works, nud for the aagitmnt
by them of such rights tho ndmlnls
tralor paid the sum of JROOO." This
statement tunko It plain that the
contesting heirs no longer hold nny
rights to renew tho copyrights to
their mother's writings.
PA1TI, S. SHHI.KV,
Christian Science Commit ten on Pub
lication for Oregon.
Portland. Fob. 14.
SENATE VOTES 10
TABLE R00T-T0LL BILL
WASHINGTON. Full. 17. in-
vote of five to three,. the nciinto ritual
committee today tabled the Root hill, j
wllioll U'lllllll nlmlltli frn lullj tlm.in.l.
the Panama ennui for Aiiiorirnn e.-
soli engaged in coast wtt-o trade.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LOST A 32x4 Diamond tiro on de
mountable rim. Between Medford
and Talent. Notify Mall Tribune.
FOR SALE Complete chUkeii plant,
good Block. Must be sold at once.
1700 West Main ' 284
hotel in the
City, Running distilled
ice' water in each room.
European Plan, a la Carte
Tariff on Rooms
12 rooms - -60
room . - .
50 room - . - -60
roomi with mini tilth
60 room vi'uk private Uls
30 tuitrfl. li!rnam. nar.
lor and bath - 3.00 each
For more than one cuet add $1-00
extra to the pboye fctet for
' each additional guctt.
Reduction by week or month, i
Atanaafmenl Chutsr W, ICfllcy
linn It Kmre of the Proof That Kid
ney Suffer cm Seek '
Backacho? Kidneys weak?
Distressed with urinary Ills?
Want a reliable kidnoy remedy?
Don't have to look far. Use whnt
Medford people recommend. Kvery
strcot In Medford has Its cases.
Here's one Medford man's exper
ience. Lot C. C. Krlbs, 31 N. Grove street
Ho savs: "Juilslnir from oersonnl
uxporlencu with Doau's Kidney Pills,
I reel ugtiripd in rocommendlng them.
I suffered from n dull actio In tho
small of my back for months. Tho
kidnoy secretions wore also unnat
ural nnd at tlmoti retarded. I'uon
learning of Dpap's Kidnoy PIIIb, I oh-.
luiiiuu u bupimj ano yi'tjuii iiiing
them. Tho contents pf two or three
hotoH ontlroly rid mo of tho trouble
and Improved my hunlth. I know
that Bonn's Kidney Pills can bo ro
lled upon to give relief It takon as
For sale by all dealers. I'rlro r,0
cents. Fostor-Mllburn Co , Buffalo,
New York, solo agonts for tho Pullet!
Remember tho namo- Doan's
and take no other
Our spring stock lias
arrived ami is ready for
There is a shoe, oxford
or pump to suit the most
There is gray and brown
suede, or Xuhitck
$1 and $--1.50
Black suede shoo or five
button Ox f'l and $5.
White Nubiiek in shoe,
Oxford and pump
1, l.S0, $-1, .
Many gun kid and
patent shoes and
In Order to
Must immediately turn as
much stock as possible into
Evcrything at gi'oatly reduced prlcon.
Here are some of (lit bargains:
LEATHER AND ART QOODS
Including Hand Bags, Coin Purses, Bill Books,
Card Cases, Pictures, Brass Goorbt, (lift Novelties,
baskets, HachetM, .Motto Cards .10 OKK
BOOKS All popular Copyrights, at HOt
Evorythlng olso in our up-to-dato stock at 25' off,
Romombor, wo carry a lino of Stationory, Blank
Books, Offico and School Supplier;
Also Whitman's Candy
Sale Begins Saturday, Feb. 15
We reserve the right to recall all prices at any time.
Sale strictly cash.
Tn order to take up immediately a business
proposition in Saji Krancisco I have decided to
orfer my Orchard at a (IKKAT SACB1 1'MCH.
IF THERE EVER WAS A BARGAIN IN
THIS VALLEY, HERE IT IS
H acres Bear Crook bottom soil, 2 miles north of
Medford post office, planted to Newtown Pippins
eleven years old, and interplantcd with Bartlett
and D'Anjou Pears I and f years old. A strictly
commercial proposition. Melons, Potatoes, Corn,
etc., CAN JJI' grown to perfection between tho
Would suggest to parties huvimr a little idle
capital that this proposition will pav much better
than IX)ANIN(I money. A SPBM VlCK-UP Otf
ijiloOO lo $2000 Can be made inside of six months.
My price is $5,000, $:),U00 cash, balance on time.
Ileal value of place .fHOOO.
F. G. Andrews, Owner
Hotel Holland Medford. Orotron
r - a
j I "Good Fit" Shoo Storo 11
wilt, ouruilui(l'Uf. wil
,uur Orirra n.np for prtfial
um Hit I MHiwmlr liim.
Thoy cut out a paper girl
Who ran right off In a wltfrl,
To tho pantry uhelf
To help herself
To a dish of cream and GOLDEN BOD OATS,
Monday Eve., Feb. 17th
at 8:00 o'clock
Mrs. Florence Halliday Haight
Dr. J. W. J. Marion Violinist
Mr. Frod Alt;on Haiglit Accompanist
'Proceeds for the Library Book tfupd
Tjeke(s 50j, at llaskins.