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Medford mail tribune
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MKDPOUD rltlNTINO CO.
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Mali, Tim Melfrl Trlhunp, Th South
ern 9ton,,,r,tT,1o Ashland Tribune
Office Mall Tribune, llulldlnc r.-ST-S
North Kir atreat; phono. Man 30S1.
OBOrtOK PUTNAM. Bklltor ami Manner
lintcreil nil second-class matter at
Meitrnril, Oregon, under the act of
March 3, 1879.
Official ,Pnrr of th'n Cltr of Me J fori
Official Vapor of Jackion County.
On year, by tnn , .$S,00
On month, Uy tn.lt . . , jq
'" rnonwi, uniivrrcu tiy carrier in
Molfrml, Jacksonville ami Cen
tral rolnt . ,..,.. .so
Paturilay only, by mall, per year S.oo
Weekly, per year.
, kWOKK CtXCTOATXOIT,
Dally average, for levn month! end
Inir November JO, 1911, a?61.
. The, Mull Tribune Is on nnln at the
Perry is'cwa Stand. San Francisco.
ortlanit Hotel Ncwa Staml, IHHlland.
Portland .N'owa Co. Portland. Or.
W. O. Whitney. Seattle, Wash.
Metropolis of Southern Oron and
Northern California, and tho fastest
srowlnr city in Ortxon.
Population U K. census 1910 3340:
estimated, 1911 ln.OOft.
I'lre hundred thousand dollar Oravity
Water Hvulem comnletpd. rlvlnr flncut
supply pure mountain water, and a 7.3
mllea of atreets two.!.
Ioatoff(c receipts for year endtne
novemoer se, isii, snow increase or 19
Banner fruit cltr In Orecon Itoeue
Hlver BpllrenberK apples won awcep-
oiHKri priza nnu uue Ol
rioting mkj m
AKKOX, Ohio, Feb. 'J7. Slirn.il
to action by rioting which marked
the hlrikc here of thousands of work
ers of tho big rubber companies
which mnko autotnohila tire here for
the whole- country tho Mate board of
arbitration today is planning to con
fer with both sides of tho depute in
nn endeavor to effect n settlement.
The state board' first movement
ennio when it conferred with Chair
man Pollock of the striker's scale
romraittco to secure an analysis of
the worker position regarding ar
bitration. It Is ho)ed to induce the
manufacturers to meet officials of
the Industrial Workers of the World,
who lira managing the strike, but the
jms)cct of jH-neo in that way is
JOLTS AND JINGLES
By Ad trewn
Jimmy McC'inti wns n soldier man
Wlio answered n riot call:
Now he's home nun oi' the dome
Of his own mHr-nriul hall.
When two men sleep in the same
room, says a Mcdford mini, thu one
who unorcs always goes to sleep
A newspaper man feels like com
mitting murder when some gink
comes in the office and reads the
A Jledford man has for one ol
lujim'n now silencer to wear when
he takes bin wife to a concert.
Fellow buck in Indiana says ho is
tho originutor of the out-of-door
sleeping plan. We always Iuid it to
Adum and Eve.
Cun you think of uny reason to bo
sorry that the new nickels will not fit
thu slot machiuesY .
It won't take the mauufneturers
lung, however, to fix thq machines so
tliey cun gru'b thu new as well us tho
(Jen. Cupula is on his way to con
fer with (leu. Iliierta. If ho ugrces
to support Ilucrtit he will bo given
tin uriiiy, if Iio refuses he will be
shot. What odds am I offered that
ho doesn't refuse?
Your committee of seven, appoint
ed to inspect tho ragged Cuthbert sign
over tho Palmer piano stoic, begs
leave to leport that the inHcction litis
And I lip sign is still Ihcie.
Well, they're uliiiosl ull hi.
First jliijitlst Church.
Dr. It. M. McCullough will preach
tonight on the "Second Coming of
Christ." Everyone should hear tuis
sermon. Every member of tho church
Is especially urged to bo present, as
tho, church will vote on calling u
On next Sunday afternoon nt 3
p, in. there will bo n mass meeting.
Dr, McCullough will preach on
"Profit mid Loss In Man." No ouo
can afford to Jiilss this jneetlng.
fjunciay will bo tjio Inst day Dint
Medford will have of hearing Dr Me
Oiillotigh In (his BorK'H of soi-mous,
I iirnrnnn inlinri.
BILL IS PASSED
SALI3M. Or . Feb. 27 Tho Med
font armory bill passed tho senate
Inst night. It cnrrles an appropria
tion of 320.000 available when" the
city of Mvdford and Jackson county
have each appropriated $20,000 It
differs from tho other armory bills,
In that tho stato .stands only a third
of the cost Instead ot half. Credit
tor passing tho bill In duo to Carkln
and Wcstorlund. whom Itoamcs
accused on tho floor or the house of
double-crossing him on the Hogttc
rler fish bill for armory support.
The Honking bill prohibiting tho
sale of liquor outside of Incorpor
ated towns has today reached the
governor amended so as to exempt
from Its provisions clubs not con
ducted for profit and beach resort
hotels which havo a capacity of 50
Senator Walton's bill, under tho
provisions ot which any school dis
trict in tho stato may voto on the
question of supplying free textbooks
when tho school board so orders, has
today been passed by the house.
10 PEACE TERMS
LONDON. Feb. '27. IH.spatehe
received here today from both Con
stantinople and Sofia confirm the re
port that Turkey has signified Iter
willingness to surrender Adrinnoplo
to the Halkau allies and Mauds ready
to negotiate for peace on thw b.iM.
The Turkish government, a Kt.
relerxburg declared, already ha
solicited tho good office of Kuiu
and the latter government, it K 5iiil,
has tnuraitted the Tilrkill prom)
nls to the liu'gnrian goveniiueut.
Dispatches from Sofia stated tlf
Hulgarinu council met today to con
sider the proposal.
TO BE IN CAPITOL
TilKNTON. N. J., Feb. 27 -I'resi-dent-KIect
Woodrow Wil-on todnv
said ho intended to occupy the
"President's room" nt the capitol in
Washington every day dnring the ex
tra session of congress. He exprusned
the belief that the nation's executive
should be close to the members of the
President-Elect WiNon hn con
finned the appointment of Charles
Swcn, 'JO, of Newark, N. J., holder of
the world's stenographer record for
speed nnd accuracy, as his private
WASHINGTON'. Feb. 27. -Friends
of President-Elect Woodrow WiI-jii
today suy that CongresHnnn William
Wilson of Pennsylvania, former see
rotary treasurer of the United Jliuo
Workers of America, is to be secre
tary of (he new depaitment of labor,
.created under the terms of the Hornli
bill, just passed. It is ulso belioted
here toduy that Louis Urandiiw of
Mushuchuncttc would bo named sccti-
tury of commerce instead of attorney
Our ilest Poller.
Wo arc selling moro of Morltol
Eczema Itomody than all tho others
put together. This lurgo salo Is duo
to tho fact thut it is a preparation of
unusual merit, mado expressly for
ono purpose, to euro eczema in Its var
ious forms. If you aro afflicted with
this loathsomo disease, do not delay
using Morltol Eczema Itemed. lias
kins' drug store.
Notlco Is hereby given that tho un
dersigned will apply to tho city coun
cil at Us meeting to bo hold March
tth, 1913, for a llccnso to sell malt,
spirituous and vinous liquors In
quantities less thuu a gallon at Its
placo of business on lot 11, block 20,
city of Mcdford for a period of six
W. M. KENNEDY.
Dated February 14, 1913.
President McAleer, of tho Hoston
Hod Sox, says that ho bus all his men
In Hue with tho exception of ' Duffy"
l,owls mid Dill C'arngaii,
TO BE IN CABINET
medford mot, TRtBom Minniroim oftisabN,
DESERTED BY FIANCE
MISS SALLIEIOUI5E SMITH
Arntncvmcnbi for the wedding of
MIm Sallle lAube tinilth. a pretty mnn
Icurlst of the U'jift Mold, New Haven,
Conn., came to an abrupt end when alio
receded a telegram from her fiance,
frank It. Hull, said to be the wealthy
son of one. of tbe founders of the Her-rlnjMfAll-Mnrvin
Safe Company, which
reau as louews:
"Hope to Ihs forghrn; am heart heart
beoken: leaving for Chlo.tgo."
.Much Interest M being taken In tho
case, as Mr. Hall's disappearance, ns
well as Identity, bears an atr of mys
CRY "SAVE ME"
NEW YOltK. Feb. 27. Ten thou-
sand telegraphed pleas of "Save mo!
Savo me?" from New Mexico alone
swamped Or. Frederick Frlcdmann,
the jouiiK llerllu scientist, who Is
convinced that ho has discovered a
specific euro for tuberculosis. Deeply
agitated by the doluge of letters and
telegram. Dr. Frlcdmann has em
ployed a largo force of assistants to
aid in the clerical task of rcsiondlnR
in some form to tho requests.
Dr. .Milton Foster of tho govern
mont health nnd marine hospital
service this nftornoou conferred with
Dr. Frlcdmann to complete final de
tails for the fovorumont test of tho
Hundreds of tuberculosis sufferers
today called at the Waldorf Astoria
hotel to gee Frlcdmann but they were
barred by hotel attendants. The
physician, however, would not send
them away without hope.
es $10,000,000 FOR
I'AUIS. Feb. 27 - Declaring $70.
000.000 Is due him from Japan for
selling ItiiMlnn military secrets to
that country during tho Jnpunoso
Iltitflan war. Itusslau Duron Ygor
Tlllusky Ik In Ctmeva today prepared
to press his claims, according to a
dispatch from that rlty. It Is stated
both the Russian and Japanese gov
ernments will Investigate the mutter.
1'rlces 1'alil by Dealers
IIOOS Drosscd, 8c; alive O'ttf.
STEERS Alive, (!.
VEAiv Dressed, U.
POULTRY Mixed hiokeiiH, JOc;
springs, FJe; dresred, l''lle.
Day anil (I'nilu
HAY Vetch, 411 ton; griiin, V,l.
HARLEY Jj27 ton.
CORN $25 ton.
Public Market Tikes
HUT'i'ER FAT 83c.
POTATOKS 76arMl per 100 lbs
APPLES tf7fi(: box.
HONEY wmro lb.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOit SALE A toiuplotely furnished
3-room bungalow, one block fiom
pavement; olettrlclty, city water,
for $050 If sold at onto. Call at
1003 E. Jackson street. 292
TO KENT Lot 80x110 to let for
gurden, E. A. I)., Mall Tribune
TO TitADi: IliiHlness propel ty In
Ailzoua to ochaugo foi properly
heio. E U 8., Mall lihuno 29i
RUSSELL RESIGNS AS
At. MANY. N Y . Kcb Hi h u
result ot the scandal over a lepurtud
attempt to Tree Harry Thaw fioiu
Mnttcuwaii lusaito asylum by the into
of a $85,000 bribe. Dr. John V Hum.
sell today resigned from the super
Inteudeucy of that Institution.
COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS.
(Continued from yesterday)
Ordered that the same bo and
heieby are approved.
In the matter of the approval of
the report of J Perev Wells, coun
ty school superintendent.
Ordered by the court that said re
port lo and the same Is hereb np-
In the matter of re-establishing
road districts In Jackson county, Ore
gon. It Is ordered by the court that there
bo and hereby Is established H road
districts In Jackson county. Oregon,
bounded us follows. tu-wt
Two new dUtrletH funned District
No. 1.1 and No. H.
Total amount of warrants Issued
at the Jan. t'.M.t. term of commis
sioner's court, $11.1 lKC.7ti.
In the matter ot the special school
tax levies by tho county court for tho
tax this year, 1912.
School District No. 13 .XV, mills
School District No. L'.N ... 'J mills
School District Xo. 37 .... 1 mill
School District No. -II Vi mill
School District No. !3 . ... 1 mill
School District No. Kt , mills
School District No. S! . .. 5 mills
School District No. 97 . S-10 mill
In tho matter of tho tax levy for
Jackson county, Oregon, for the tax
year 1912 .
For school and library t.C mills
Kor stato I.t mills
l-or high school . ,u mills
For Fruit Inspection ... .1 mills
For advertising and fair ... .2 mills
For general expense 1.9
For Redemption . ... IA
Kor public buildings .
For general road .'.
Court convened pursuant to ml
Journment of January 9th. 1913.
with all officers present, when tho
following proceedings wore had. to-
When the following bills wore au
Frank Knssuhfcr. bailiff Dec.
1912 term 15 00
F. Itoy Davis, codrt report
er's fees, stato vs. Ilurko 10.00
E. E. Cook, work on stovo at
Poor Farm 10 15
In the matter ot the approval of
tho bond of O. A. (hirduor, clerk of
Jackson county. Oregon.
Ordered by the court that said bond
be, and tho same Is hereby ap
In the mutter of thu approval of
the bond of 0. O. Taylor, Justice of
tho peace of Mcdford district.
It Is ordered by thu court thnt said
bond be, and the same Is hereby ap
proved He It remembered, thnt n rogular
term of tho county court of Jnrkson
county stnle of Oreson. beuiin and
held nt the court house In Jackson
ville In said county and state on
Wednesday, the Sth day of Kebrunry.
1913. the time fixed by law for the
holding of said court, when were
present Hon. F L Ton Velio, Judge,
W. C. Leaver and J. C Smith count
commissioners. O A Durduer. coun
ty clerk and Aug D. Slngler. sher
iff, when tho following business was
In tho matter of approving bonds,
tho following bonds were presented
and acted upon
Aug. D. Slngler. bond In the
amount of $ 10,000.00 being thu bond
required for tho office of Ex-offlclo
tut collector, same Was approved.
Tho bonds of the following road
supervisors In the amount of $500.00
each were prckcntcd: Jack. True.
district No. 1: W. (' ChaiuiiHii ills
trlct No. 12. S. O. Van Dyke, district
No. 21, A. D. Zimmerman. dMrict No.
3; .N'lqk Kline, district Nn. 5: Thom
as Stanley, district No. 0; Trunk It.
Nell, district No. 7: J. E. Davldboif,
district No. .: W. It. (larrott, Dis
trict No. 10; A K Earhart, district
No. 11; E. (' Hamilton, district No
13; J)uvhl W. Ponco, district No II,
all of Jut'ksou county, Oregon.
And tho court having examined said
bonds nt this time and tho snld
bonds huvlng In all rospetts been
executed according to law, the saiuo
wero thereupon approved.
Tlio bond of N II. Ilradbiiry. Post
Commander of the (Irnnd Army of tho
Republic, for Juckson county. In tho
amount of $200.00 was presented and
Tho appointment of E. A- HlldreUi,
F. W. Payne, T II Simpson and li
ft. Nlcknlson as deputy county clerks
for tho purpose of IhhiiImk hunting and
fishing llcensos only, wore presented
Tho appointment of E. W, Wilson
and E. M. Wllunii as deputies for tin
sheriff 's office, wero presented and
Tho appointment of I). D. flood and
.Jpliil W. Wilson uu. special deput)
sheriffs wero piesouted and ap
Tho report of James M. Cronemll
I i.t, county treasurer showing a bal
ance on hand Feb, 1st, 1013, of $05,
098.03, also tho report of (I. A. Gard
ner, county clerk, showing thu ainonnt
of $310.50 having turned over to tho
treasurer for tho month of January
and tho report of Kred It. Colvlg.
county recorder showing the amount
of $408.20 having been turned ovor
to tho treasurer for tho month of
January whereupon ull of the fore
going leports weru ipcejited and up
pioved. (Continued on Page Flvo.)
JoHn A. Perl
2fl S. DAUTLETT
Phones M. 471 and 17
Ambiilnuco Kervlco Deputy Coroner
The Quickest, Slmpttist
Nrn Von 'J.
This teclixi mike a pint of cough
syrup enough to luil it finally a long
time. You couldn't line an much or a
good cough suup for V'.'.oO.
Simple an It l. It gives almost lntitiit
relief and UMinlly stop (lie limit olntl
tmto cough In HI hour, lids U Milly
dun to the fact tliat It l llg!itl lu.i
tlve, dtlimdalcn tho appetite nnd mi an
excellent Inula cllW't. It I li'ntiuit to
take children like. It, An excellent reni
cdy, too, fur w lumping cough, croiiPi wro
lllmr. milium, tlimnt trouble, etc.
Mix one plat of granulated sugar with
Vj pint of warm water, and stir for 2
minute. I'ut'JUj ounces of fine (llfty
cent' worth) in a pint bottle, and add
thq Sugar syrup. It keeps Hrfeelly.
Take u teasxiuiitul every one, two or
l'lno Is one of tho oldest and bet
known remedial ugvul for the throat
membranes. I'luex In the mont valunhh)
concentrated commud of N'orwwy while
pine extract, nnd I rich In gimlmid and
nil tin) other natural hrttliiig ehitieiit.
(Xher preMratlonn will not work In thin
The prompt renultn from this rechio
ht elnleared It to i!tnuam! of hoie
xtlren In tile Cnltcd States and Canada,
which explilitn why thn plan ban lsn
imitated often, but never iiccefiilly.
A piaranty of ntmolnte sntlifaetlnn, nr
llionev promjitlr reftimled, goon with thin
reelp'. Your druggWt ban Pltiex, or will
grt It for wit. If not, cnd to The
rincx Co., Ft. Wayne, lud.
AT YOtlt HUNT
there Is lite .utiuu-aud u
subtle pla to your expression
Theno pleating chnranterlstlcs
are caught by our fust lenses
nnd reproduced In our por
traits. Iltlght das and long sit
tings are unuecuvury with our
S II. MACKCY
T Main nnd IVutral, Meilfotd, Or.
The Bread Eating Boy
Is a Healthy Boy
Peed our children all ths whole
some bread they will est. It builds
muscle. Makes thm strong physi
cally and menially.
You cun alwn bake Hie right
kind of bread for Hkmii If ou Insist
Drifted Snow Flour
Makes the most delliloiu lirSHiI
ou ever lusted and bread that Is
wholesome, for nriried riuow Misses
un uniisuulb Ingli gluleu teat, its
tho gluten In flour that builds the
muscle. Tell your groo-r to bring
you a sack In the mnn.luK you'll
find It tho most sutlsfuitory flour
you 'over used.
Sperry Flour Company
Thoro is no such thing as
In baking cakes nnd pastry if iiu
use a llaklug Powder that Is de
pendable. Suppose you are tailed
away from our work of mixing
at a critical moment, t iPmhii t
matter If you use
HccniiHo It I.
madci sup' rlor to
ten or twenty
tloii won t m. ike
u failure of your
'!iK per lb. ran
At your Grocer's,
Send us 2c for a (oolc book
J I I I t f -- r ifuVilnl'.ii.li it ilil i - -- - J- e a m
i Von Dorn J
212 Turk Street
I 'Finest populai' priced I
IJotel in San Xrancisco
Sails, Ciiloiuel and Cutlimllr I'lIN mo
Violent They tut on llotteU us
I'epiMM1 Acts In Nimlrlls
Take it Caseaiet tonight and thor
uughlv clouuHo your Uxor, slomaeh
mid bowels, nnd )ou will surely feel
gloat by mnruliiK. You men and
women who lme IiouiIhoIio, coated
tntiKuP, can't sleep, are IiIUoum, ner
vous and upnet. bothered with a
sick, Massy, disordered ntotunch or
havo buckachu and feel all woiu out
Ale )oti keeping your bowels clean
with Cacrot or meielv forilug a
paHMiKouity every few das with
salts, catbuitle pills or castor oil'
This Is liupoitnnt.
('ascurots Immediately eleulso and
regulate the stomach, remove the
sour. uodlKMlcd' add fermenting
food and foul gases; take the excess
bile from the liver and earn off the
constipated waste matter mid poison
from the Intestines and bowels.
ltemember. a cascaret tonight will
straighten you out by morning A
10-teut box from jour driiKnUt
menus health) bowel action, a ilear
head -rid cheerfulness for mouths
Don't forget the children
Auction Sale of Acreage
in this ur.itn: siiidivision
Two .Mills. Ivust of Me-lfotil
THt'HSDAV, Alitlli 101 II ON THE
Ono and ono-quiutor to five aero
tracts will be sold to the hlghost bid
der. Seldom does tho bu)r liuvs the
chaucu to uu mo the price fan po
for reel iwtalo, ospwrlully cite lew pro
perly woll located and on very en ay
Do not fall to secure oh of these
A siwclnl opiHirtuulty for the man
of small means lo secure u home.
I.lberul discounts will be made for
It. I. Illlltltlli', . II. Iiltt(it
Bittner's Real Estate
All Kludn of I'niperly Tor Sale
20 ai res. close In. good bouse,
hsrus and iiiiliiilldln. I.I acre
huMiing orchard Prbe $ssoo, rms
10 acres, near Medford, all In al
falfa. Price $4000. .
10 oeree, Improved A-l Hear creek
bottom laud, 1100.
Cood modern house, oloto In, for
S acre orchard, god liHprovemonts.
ull fenced, close In. for city resldSHee
property and some cash.
Houses and rooms, furnished and
List your homos and ranches with
us, either for rent or sale.
Trnowrltor. good londltlon, for
sale cheap. '
fllrU and women for genuriil
Mlddlc-iiKed chore man on ranch.
MRS. EMMA BITTNER
Phono Home 1 1
OpIMiklto .Vasli Hotel
IIOO.MH (I nml 7, PA DM III.OCK.
Clark & Wright
WAKHING'ION, D. D.
Public Land Mutters: Final Proof.
Desert Lands, Contest and Mining
Cases. Bcrlp. '
5i lti3 and moat
City. Running duRillcd
ice wuter in ench room.
European Plan, u la Carte
Tariff on Rooms
GO rooms -
00 rooms vrilb pilrilj Latin
60 rooms vnUh private bilh
30 suites, bedroom, par
lor and bath 3.00 each
Fur morn than one li'Kt add $1.00
extra to tli aboyo' ratot for
each additional gueit,
Rciluclhin by wetdc or month.
ftiancii tun! Chnt$r W l.mltty
WHERE TO GO
f ISIS THEATRE !
We don I iln lllllih howling
but we uie Hiving our patious
the blHRost and best show in
WilllniiiMiii uiiil Watson
Miss Watson diient a novelty
entitled: "Tho .Mliror Dance"
In n rofttumti weighing lift lbs,
PHOTO PLVS,TOD.V OM.V
nn: moi 'tim:i:iis
iilltl.l. lll.M li II. IH
ONE Ol III NVN uiwr
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I'lidiT .New .Maiiagemeut
Tonight mill itiursdiiy
iiiitm: oi licit mo ih:i:lm
WE CHANGE SOLOISTS
HiliiitbliiK aptHlsl for the klddltwi
MstunU) Its lree
ALL LICENSED FILMS
Mis, WooIwoiiIi Id Interpret
Mm e- Mimlially
Kpeclal Two-ltetil Atlrartlou Friday
Mu-ic ilils WwU
V eilnesilii) ,MU t'lillietlno .Muiphy
Tblllilii) ('ill I nlllilelNTger
I'liilu) ltli-0 (Huge (.uiillelto
Hllllllllll) II. Y, ItiiioUs
Aduionoii Alii)n (be Sumo 111 ami 5c
Nothing ( heap'
-Hill Hie Pi Ice of
"THE HOsE OF MKMI'O"
IntersmtliiK Love Tale Portrayed by
the Flylni A Co.
Light Pleasing Drama
"THE KVIDI'.S'CH OF THE FILMS'
POIHIEHT and WOODWOItTH
Interpreters of Pholophi)H
Wo urn going to bring It to Mod
foul. Will lot oti In on It soon.
It's a peach.
Matinees Dally, 2 to C p. m.
ADMISSION. Dc AND 10c
E. D. Weston
Official Photographer of tho
Mod ford Commercial Club
Negatives mado anv tinio
and any placo by nppoinfc
mont. 208 E, Main
Steam and Hot Wator
All Work OjiiraiitriKt
COPFEEN & PRICE
38 Hnwatrt IllooV, Tlutrance on Otu It,
uiiiv iiviip unii,