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MnVORD MATT. TUTmTWR MEDFOltR ORKflON. VIUDAY. VEimCAltY 28. 10W
II, II. Uurrcll of Washington, 1). a,
nrrlvcd In Mcdford Thuriidny.
J, V. TnRRitrt of Chlco, Cnl., Is
among tlio rrcont arrival In Med
Victor Uuruoll of Conirnl Tolnt dis
trict was r buslncis visitor In Med
13. D. Wettdn, comrasrclal pbotog
raphenv negatives niado any time or
placa by appointment. Phon M.
Mr. and Mrs, C. V Tcrr'ance of
llutton, Cal., nro spending a few days
QcorRo N'unomaker and Fred nalch
wcro In tlio southern part ot tho val
Remember what you thought last
year when you saw your frlond's
stylish hat? "Oh, why didn't I visit
tho Home Millinery " Open even
Sooy-Smlth, Jr., was n northbound
passenger Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Brown ot Gold
11111 wcro among their Medford
Mrs. J. L. Drako and Mrs. 0. H.
Day of Josephlno county have been
visiting In Mcdford.
Largo home-grown Dahlia bulbs of
tho finest cactus and decoratlvo var
ieties, l'bono 2772. 234
Mr. and ,Mrs.G. L. Adams of Kla
math have-" returned homo after a
visit In Mcdford and vicinity.
Mr. Oummoff, into of Illinois, Is In
hn volley looking for n location. He
is accompanied by his son.
Ladles' shoes shlncd at Summer
vlllo's barber shop. '
George Sorenson and A. Y. Edgor-
ton of Grants Pass made a trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hart of Edge-
wood. Cal., are among their friends
Real houjf made bread at De
Mrs. It. B. Reame of Central Point
was a Mcdford visitor Thursday af
Clyde Sutter haB been making Ash
land a short visit.
Dr. S. A. Lockwood and Dr. Myrtle
S. Lockwood (regular physicians, not
chiropractors) have removed their
offices from tho Hatklna' building
to 232 E. Main street
G. W. Trefrcn of Ashland was In
Mcdford and Jacksonville Thursday.
M. 8. Thompson" was down from
Climax Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. M. E. Thompson ot Big Butto
was among tho many who traded
with our merchants during tho week.
William Ulrlch, trustco In bank
ruptcy, will offer for salo at tho old
Cuthbert stand on tho corner north
of tho post office. Millinery goods
of all kinds and description, includ
ing ladiea' and children's under
woar. Stock of J. Dilhan, bankrupt.
Everything must bo sold regardless
of coat Salo begins at ten o'clock
a. m. Friday, February 28, 1913.
Terms strictly cash. 291
R. B. Wilson and J. R. Wilson ot
Griffin Creek transacted business in
Chas. Dunton, manager of tho Jack
sonville Brick and Tlio Co., and P.
Enselo woro In Mcdford Thursday.
"Bring that old book with torn
binding down and have It rebound
at tho Mall Tribune office. CoaU
but little. tf
Prof. O'Gara has been spending
several days In dlfforcnt parts ot tho
county on official business.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hlidrcth wcro
down from Butto Falls Thursday en
route to Ashland.
Kodak finishing, tho best at Wes
ton's, opposite book store. "
Mrs. Lewis Ulrlch of Jnckbonvlllo
Hpont Thursday afternoon in Mcd
ford. Tho dlfforcnt banks have copies of
tho tax roll and will receive money
in payment of taxes, as In former
Insure and bo sura. Right If wo
wrlto It R.A. Holmes, The Insur
Corbln Edgoll. who has been spend
ing tho winter In Now York, is
umong us again.
G. W. Thrasher lias returned to
Phoonlx from a visit to Medford.
Mrs. M. V. Ooagau and hor daugh
ter of Wood, Cul., oro visiting iu
Clerking & Harmon, studio por
traits, hdrao portraits, flash lights,
kodak finishing, post card work and
onlarglng.; 128 East Malu stroot;
Jnmos Owens of Antelope trans
acted business in Mcdford Wednes
day. Wordun Knnls and his family loft
JackBonvlllo for Chicago Thursday,
near which city thoy will locate
Weeks & McGowan Co.
Say Sfaoa 3971
sifkt mourn . w. "Wks son
loltln M. Howard wants )ou in
call and see hor new spring millinery,
everything now and up-lo-ttnle. inn
North Central avenue. IU2
Tlio Gregory studio hnn been sold
to H. I). Crow of Portlnnd, an expo
dlenred photographer. Mrs. Gregory
will move to l.niig Bench, where she
will open n studio.
Now York Llto Insurance Co., O,
Y, Tcngwald, Medford National
Bank Hide phono 3371.
Joseph Shaska of Grants Pass
passed through Medford Thursday en
route to Fresno, Cal.
P. M. Kershaw has returned from
n business trip to Josephlno count).
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Phelps, who
havo been visiting In California, nro
at homo again.
Vapor baths and scientific mas-
sago tor men and women. Dr. R.
J. Lockwood, chrlopractor, SOS Gar-nett-Coroy
Bldg. Phone 145.
Thurlow T. Smith, n student of tho
Willamette university at Salem, and
Mrs. Margaret Young, secretary to
Ben Olcott, wcro married at Dallas
Sunday. Tho groom Is a brother of
Tyler Smith of Medford. also a newly
Carkln & Taylor (John H. Car
kin and Glenn O. Taylor), attorneys-at-law,
over Jackson County Bank
Harry Silver and J. S. Bailey were
down from Ashland Thursday.
W. H. Norcross of Central Point
was among the many who camo to
Rev. J. W. Spencer, pastor of tho
Presbyterian church at Rogue River,
was tho guest of Rev. W. F. Shlolds
William Ulrlch. trustee in bank
ruptcy, will offer for sale at tho old
Cuthbert stand on the corner north
of tho post office. Millinery goods
ot all kinds and description, includ
ing ladles' and children's under
wear. Stock of J. Dilhan, bankrupt
Everything must be sold regardless
of cost Salo begins at ten o'clock
a. m. Friday, February 28, 1913.
Terms strictly cash. 291
O. B. Butler and R. L. Burdtc of
Ashland wero business visitors in
Luko Ryan ot Jacksonville made a
trtn to Mcdford Thursday. Ho has
been vlsitlug bis mother at Port
land. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rader of Proe
nix precinct motored to Medford
W. 6. Vaughn, who has been vlslt-
G. C. Beach, music studio. Vio
linist Will Instruct on violin, man
dolin and guitar in correct method.
Advanced students and beginners.
Address 234 E. 3th street Phono
Home 314-L or Main 3481. 307
Ing at Jacksonville, returned to Ash
Harry Ellis is back from a short
visit at Redding, Cal.
Asbury .TJoall and his family ot
Central Point district motored to
Mcdford Thursday afternoon.
W. H. Plckons has returned to Sis
kiyou county, California, after n visit
ot fen days In this city and valloy.
Mr. and Sirs. H. McBrido of Seat
tle are In Medford combining business
Orchard, hunting, fishing and
Crater Lake scenes for sale at Ger
klng & Harmon's studio. Negatives
mado any place, kodak finishing. 128
East Main street Phono 2154
E. Derringer and Carl Davis of
Grants Pass wcro In Medford the fore
part of the week.
Den Frcdenburgh of Big Butte
spent Thursday In Medford.
H. P. Anderson and A. J. Baker
wcro among tho many who trans
acted business in Mcdford Thursday.
Mrs. It. Ennla and her daughter,
Miss Ruth, of Jacksonville, tnrrlcd a
few hours in Mcdford Thursday.
A. A. Flynn has gono north on a
short business trip.
J. L. Clomeiis roturncd from Cali
fornia Thursday evening. He re
ports rain us being needed badly in
must parts of that statu und growing
grain suffering in consequence.
Fred Wagner of Ashland, who has
been seriously III for some time, is
Improving steadily now.
Porter J. Neff and T. D, Schrumpf
wero among our citizens who mado
Ashland a visit during the week.
Miss Bertha, Mr. nd Mrs. D. R.
Wells of Portland, who havo bcon
visiting In Medford, havo roturnod
Mrs. J. A. Kllburn has gouo to
southern California on a visit.
County Judge Tou Velio Is holding
a hearing tlila aftoruoon ut tho office
of District Attonrcy . K. Kelly to
determine tho sanity of Charles
Crane, alias Cecil Townsond, who has
been In trouhlo sovoral times with tho
police It Is believed that Crane Is
Frank Brown of Eagle Point spent
Friday In Medford. ,
SHE ENDS IN
SAt.K.M. Or , Fob. 2S Tho Inter
nal strife In the stnto fish nud gunio
commission has ended. A conclusion
to bury the hntchct and sinoko the
plpo of pence was reached jeslerdny
when tho full membership ot tho
commission was In session. There
will bo no chnuges either as to war
dens or the field of their labors.
For Bomo tlmo thoro has been
strlfo between Stnto Game Wnrden
W. L. Flnley and Master Fish Warden
R. E. Clnnton. In this controversy
members ot tho commission had nlo
taken sides. It Is assorted now that
this trouble has alt been settled.
Much of the cause of dlsnentlon
was over the desire of the fish war
don to havo full control over tho fish.
Tho tame warden also has charge ot
planting the fish. The fish wnrden
superintends the hatcheries, but when
tho fish nro ready to bo liberated in
tho streams then the authority falls
to the gamo warden, nnd he sees to
this portion of tho work. Tho com
mission decided to mnke no chnngo
In this arrangement.
I EAGLE POINI VOIES
PORTLAND VOIES ON
PORTLAND, Or., Feb. 2S. Tho
city council today ordered u special
election for May 3 to vote on whether
a commission form ot government for
Portland shall bo adopted.
It approved by tho people, the au
thority and duties now vested in 40
or SO city officials will bo centerod in
tivo olected commissioners, Including
tho mayor, whoso authority and re
sponsibility shall bo woll dotlnod nnd
KERN 10 BE LEADER
WASHINGTON, Feb. 28. An
nounced that he would not beck tlio
leadership of the democratic majority
in the coming hcssIou of the senate
was made here this afternoon by
.Senator Thomas S. .Martin of VJri
(iiiin. This prautically nssure tin)
(election of Senator Kern of Indiana
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Alfalfa hay. I'rlco
right, CIO South Oukdalo. Phone
WANTED To buy housu und barn,
somo grouud; on terms; slate par
ticulars. Box B. I)., Tribune. 291
FOR SALE OR TRADE Good small
ranch team for uuto. 227 South
Zcrolcnc leaves prac
tically no carbon. Tt
"stands up" under
any speed and heat.
Sold In K, 1 and 5 gallon
cans tho small cans flat
shapo, easy to handle Just
fit in tho tool box.
For Sale ll cry u hero
Standard Oil Comp'y
SAN' FltAXVIHCU. Cul., Mi. !W.
Accused of procuring iu Suit IVuiicIk
en's leiideiUiln mi exhibition contrary
to public decency nud in violation of
the statute-, John tVnUlini theat
rical innKUtitc, is tmlnv unlocittetl, but
is under $riU0 cash bail supplied liy
Itis nlturnev here.
Sir Gruumnnn, munnxer of tho Km
prcs theatre, who is accused with
CouMdiuo of having procured the iu
decent exhibition and of havin
forced Mr. F.vclyn Cook, n chorus
Kirl, to witness it, is ill. lie is nNo
Possibility Unit still more xcrioiw
clinres ngninst (uimi1Iuo und Ornu
tnuii because of Ihc Cook girl hems
At a meeting of the congregation
of tho Baptist church Thursday even
ing an unanimous call was extended
to Rev. R. W. MnrCiilloiiKh ot Scran
ton, l'n. Rev. MucCullouuh iuix been
in Medford for several weeks us nu
applicant for tho pulpit nud has mado
many friends outsldo the church ns
well as winning the entire confidence
nnd support of tho congregation. Ho
comes well recommended from Hcruti
ton aud Is u preacher of much power
CHAMBERLAIN'S SON IS
A MEDICAL EXAMINER
SALEM. Ore., Feb. '.'3. Governor
West today appointed Dr. Charles T.
Chamberlain of Portland, sou of
Senator George K. Chamberlain, nti a
member of tho state board of medi
Knujo Point icnidiuU on Thuidn
by u Mite of 70 to 01 uuthotircd tilt
Uuo of bonds in nu uumiuit of
$10,000 with which to improve tin"
slrcelrt of tlio town. Ouo.flftli of
tho isNitc, or $11,000, is to he timid to
redeem otitMiuidlu; wutriuits,
'I'hd rljjlil on tho bond issue: waxed
r uinin, a iiiiinltar of lender, in.
eliidliiif Mayor Von ttsr llolleu win
llli III lltllWH OVCr tlltf Junius
l'lllUmilil'lllAi l'n.. Wi. 1W-
Hu minutes boron Hit Irtun bonrliiK
I'roMdeiit. Elect Wilson to tills city
ftoiu Trenton uilu'd ut Tuoonw I'r.,
today, a broken mil wns found by
n truckvwilkcr near Hint town. Tim
train wus llnuod und held forty
minutes while tlio track wits boitiir
WiUoii Is hero to lmo u final -sioit
with lil dentist licie today.
IS IN RAPID DECLINE
.MADKII), Fob. .'.H. -As lliu icHiilt
of mldoiit sduim of cumulation nud
decline iu Kinir Alplionso, fours hid
enteilniiied today for tho health of
the Hl'MutxIi ruler. His iippcnrniintt
is mIiiwIIv hut he lias not et tltkeu
to Ills hrd.
. . - - " r :, i rr-n
Havlug sold out our studio to S.
D. Crow ot Portland, we ish to
thank all our frlonds nnd patrons for
favors ln tho past.
MR and MRS. GREGORY.
On tho basis ot real
banking service, tho
Invites additional ac
counts from corpora
tions, firms and Indi
viduals, each of whom
Is always certain of ev
ery courtesy, every ser
vico, every accommo
dation that n strong,
cotiBcrvatlro bank may
A quarter or a century
under ono management.
W. I VAWTBIl,
GEO. R. L1NDLEY,
C. W. iloDONALD,
T. A. ril'KIt,
Extra Specials for Saturday
$25.00 WINTER COATS, $10.00
Extra special for Saturday. Your
unrestricted choice of any winter coat
iu stock, values up to $25.00, Kxtra
HAND BAGS-Spocially Pricod
Two nuuiliers, one a red seal, the
other a black seal, metal trimmed,
values $1.00 and $'2.Ur, special 08
Several numbers in a good quality
seal and suede, regular value $l.f)t),
special ij15. (M)
Others speciallv priced, $3.50 and
SILK PETTICOATS, $1.08
7.") mesHiiline and taffeta silk Petti
coats, crisp, fresh, new goods, most all
culm's and black and white, extra
special Saturday . . $1.08
NEW SHOWING OF
You know Alliens always show I he
nobbiest line of wash tlrewes. The
fh-sl showing is now here ami they are
most reasonably priced, so much so
you cannot afford to think of nial;"
$1.50," 1.08, 2.25, 2.-15, 2.89, 3.50, '1.50
SHOWING THE NEW SPRING SUITS
Spring suit selling lias begun here and all are charmed with the new spring
Navy blou strictly tailored serge
suits, Peau do -Cygtio lined, as low an
A nobby number iu a now spring
tan mixture, modified robespiorro
collar, Penu do C'yguo lined $17.50
Others at $18.50, $22.50, $25.00 and up. .
SHOWING THE NEW SPRING MILLINERY
When you woar u "JOHN KELLY"
in-buttoii whlto "Nubuck" boot for
sprliiK nud early sumnior wear.
Walk CO stops und save CO" cents
on a pair ot shoes.
(It'll I'itlCIC 91,00
Opposite Post Office
NOTICEStoro will not open until 9 o'clock Saturday
morning, March 1st.
Get Here Early
if You Want
Any of These
200 pieces of odds and ends iu Diunerware worth 10c, ICe
and 120c each, Ilussey'ri sacrifice price each ,5p
1200 pieces nickel-plat ed ware, aluminum ware, tinware,
ait'., all regular 15c to 125c vajues, llussey's sacrifice
price each 5
Another big (able of kitchen utensils, regular 5c to 25c
values, for the country people's benefit, Saturday
choice 2 for 5
DON'T MISS THIS
Two biir tables of odds and ends in plain and fancy China
Glassware, bric-a-brac, ele.,regiilar 15c to !() values,
Jlussey's sacrifice price, each., .. 10
Romombor this is a gonuino bust-up sale. Evory pioco
of goods in tho Hussoy storo must bo sold. Tomorrow will
probably bo your last chance on tlio Chinawaro and Glass
waro dopartmont. You had bottor got what you want
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