Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, March 10, 1913, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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kvkut apthiinoon
HXOKPT IIIINMAY IIV TIIIO
Ml'.WrOllll I'llIHTINU l:U,
Tim lioinoorntln Tlntm, 'I'll Mmlfnril
Mull, Tim AUilC'inl Trlliim. Tim Houlh
Mil iirtinlan. Tim Antilnnil Trillium,
Offleo Mull Trlliiirm IIiiIIiIIhk, jr. 17.19
Norili Plr lrHiti timnii. Main ami,
(IKOIKItTrUTNAM. JMIlor mnrInnar
BQ
Rntorod nn urcOnil-flUM iimtler at
Mmtfmil, OrKn, unJur thn net nf
Mrcli . l7f,
orric.UI rniwr of Urn Cllr of. Mr-tUo-nl
Offlrlnl I'liper or Jnekimi County.
nvantmirnoif hateh.
ynn yar, iy nimi.v, . ....-. rtu."
Oim month, liy. mull. . ...-..... X- .60
I'nr mould, itlliteil liy rurrlnr In
Mi-ilfiinl, .lurkminvllli. mill ln
Iml IMint .JJ
tfnturjlny mil)', liy mull. far mr... S.50
Vrk(y. iiir J'-'ir ... VBO
(S.Oft
joltsTnTmikgles
By Ail Drown
We'd like In liu 11 chttnre to run!
The Nln-Ht enr (iiiiiiMtiv, henil,
To miv tlio ur went wv "" It"'
Or )'niHi too i'hl iimli'iiil.
Tint mini vh Mho llm ticbU
Wim 11 trltlt impolite,
And tlio follow 011 the dhiKilnnc deck
Don't speed her up juxt riylit.
Thoy ernwil lo ninny In tin Air,
The nlr l never nlrnr,
Alt v. we'd mint tin' Mrecl enr lint
W linven'l miv horn.
Anifint llm nd fwl iir'M f the
Tn' lnl ilnyw 11I Hi' White llniKK
WBH HtMl wllilll I Men Tn 1 1 limt her
HMlllll dllf?.
Itirwi if v limn tlio cure fur In
linriHirW w wwy In hnpny in lli
U;ihwIiIrii llml tin' New ork phv-
Ullllllll IXIIIulllI'll HlllllWl III till' lnl.
. Mnny n iiihh mt III fntiwt set
Iri d miner of lii'ln limited for "peril
Tlw Hoomtv for llir Immi'itiiiti'
IMiielloii of l ln Price of Moor kiiIii
w 318 now iimiiilnirM today.
WI10V
Who iml Un Imek itu.llnckeniickT
WI10 put tin fitiek in TinilituttooT
WI10 (nit tin wind in Haiiilriiiu'linniT
Who Hil Ihr noo in Knlmuiunof
Hmnklyn linBl'-
Whn iml IIih I'Mtt in ICiinkiikiM'T
Who iml llm koko in KiikiminT
Who put won't noiiuMiiu plimc
to)l unit
Tim flu in 1niinnitli, 0.7
UlniiliiKlmm AiiO'lli'mltl.
Who til llm li"l in HolyoU, Mni.t
Who put Hit Iihiii in IliniiinuhiiiuT
Who Hit tint link in MiikoIii, Kili.f
Whn put tlio iIhiii hi Atimtorilmnf
Ciiii'liiunli I'lHiuliiT.
Who put f Jit ail in Sitka
Cniio. who won llir tinil until I
Who pttl tin' lurk iii thntr Tnt-onm 7
Ami tin iikit in ohl KHkuiii'f
t?illl I'onUtiilollip'in'or.
Who iwl (ho imrt in Porlliiinl, .
Ami Ihc nun in Itiuuforil, .Mo.f
'TniiH not tlio limn slii witter put
In WntrrMlli. iIiuI'n plain.
WATER WOULD TREDUE
FRUIT CROP IN VALLEY
Haii.DlpRti, Mnrrh t, JOia.
.Mr. Htilllvniil Muitfonl. Oro
lti'Hirctt)(l Kir: You will nolo liy
tint iiiiouili'il i that witlef fur lr
rlKntlnti liaR really iiimlu KIuthIiIc
rouuty mid lloKiio Hlvor valloy laniM
will tnornun In valuo iiropiirtloiiutuly
nn wull, If tint hllml latnl owiit'r will
only lot hU nlKhl ho roaturt'tl with
Irrigation.
I cannot muJomtanil why a man
nwiiliii: laint whim ho ha lii'ou fully
ronvliicoil that IrrlRtitlim will tmhlo
tlio irniliictlvont'H will lit'nlll for n
luliiutu In ilgnliiK fr rontrart. Home
of thom hhotiltl ni'o thoito Callfnrnla
contractu, for you k'vo twlr oml
throo t linos tlio vnluo for tlio inonoy.
You curtaliily liavo an llhoral a con
tint't itri 0110 could wlnh for.
I Hliiroroly liopo yon will not lo iln
laytitt la Huvurlni: thu ncccasary ncro-
iiko to warrant you In proreoilInK
with your khuu! niulorlnkliiK. for It
will certainly ho tlio iticaim of puttliiK
thn valloy on tlio inup uh tlio ono
hmilliii: Kiirduu Hpot on tlio I'nclflo
count country.
Uottpoctfully,
(HlKliml) W. II. IIUMIMIIIKY.
Tlio liicloHoil Hllp Is takon from tho
Han Dloi;o Union.
COW IN JEWELRY SHOP
SCATTERS JRINKETS ABOUt,
'I'fSfj I IhKTON, (i:iiVim'li , '1 Wt
Thti'pvovoihlal "hull in tlio I'liiim
Hliiip,,huil nn iiuilntor hero whon u
cnV illiKhoil into lliv Kolinoi'or jowol
ry htoro, lirnko whow. ciihos uinl
M'littorvtl tiiukolrt 11I1011I bol'nro hn
luu iliivou out.
GRANTS PASS COUNCIL
FORBIDS TURKEY TROT
(lRANTK 1'AHH, Ore, Jlnroli 10
Tho ttirkov trot, Kil.ly hoar ami
nllior "raK" ilniu'tm avo lahno Intro
llifonuli tlio luiiii'liiinnt nf 1111 nrilU
jiani'o hy lliu city council.
1 ip;. 111 iiiiDium ;;
E
WAHIIINOTON. Marrh 10 That
I II I n will ho Inlroiliiiinl In thn Mpt
1I11I m'mIoii of ronitrctm ami promonl
at ovary opiinrtiinlly for thn chIhIi
lUhmnui or a niliiliiHiiii wnitit xftiln,
to apply niitluiially. win Hi" ilccUra
Hon toilny or H"iiator I'oluiloxti'r nl
WiiNliliutlon In I'oinniniitliiK upon tho
illHutoHtiri'M or thn IIIIuoIh Hlato Ick
IhIiiIIvi- coiiimlttoo In ChlritKO.
"I'mtmitlou or wuiiidii. throiiKh
tho iiiliilmiiiu waito Kiinlo, npholil liy
law, In ono or tint cuhvuIIuI In tho
proKri'HHtvii nattoiinl plntfortn, ' tin
wnlil. "It la inn- or thn thing tn ho
ili'Nll with liy nu lutliiKtrlal coiiiiiiIh
hIoii which Khali havn liroml powcrM
ami iliitli'H In Iflln flht. Ah 11 rofuriu
It lu cuiultiR niiil an early lomliu; In
Innvltuhlo,
"InvdiitlKatloiiH urn not no iio-'
nary now nu ilcflnllo net Ion.
"Tluj roiitlltlou lit liiiliiMtry Ih prat
! well known. What wo want In 11
law I'ltnlilliiK thn national kovitii
iinnit lo cinfnrco tho payiuotit or lit
Iwtitt it IIvIiik nKi. TIih liivrtlKn
tlnu Mill 1 01110 up early lu tho po
clul m-Milou uinl will ho iirci'( at
nv.iry opportunity. It prolmhly will
not Miccooil lu thn Iioiim In tlio hm
rlal ncmiloii nu arcouiit or tho tariff
ami riirrtniry ilcli.ili'M, hut will hUv
up until It In ncU'tl iiK)ii."
RECALL PETITIONS
I.OS AXOKI.KS, Cl., Mnn-lt 10
I'olllioiiH -cckliii; tho icfitll of l)i
Itii't Allotnoy John I). l-Vrilunrl,
fnimcil hv labor nrHiiiuitiim nl
Im Auuclotf county nrr in thu huni4
of lulior uttornoyii ni'roriliiiK t'
St'rrrtnrv A. .1. Mooney of tho I."
Auki'Ioh Ittiihliui; Tnnlc Couui'il. All
itulotM in I .on Auki'Ic. it i" I'luiiiifl.
arc ht'himl tin iiiocinenl.
Mnoitov ilonicil oinphittii'itllv tit-it
Cliiivuco Durrow iirAnivulvtl hy
I'lTtlitrlokn' offloo oil I'lmntw I
hrihorv of jiirnrx i in nuv wny ooii
iiiH'tcil with tho innvfuu'iil.
Tho clri'iiliilion n' hi petition,
ho xiinl, will hi'Kiu l'o wt'ok.
HILL LINES ORDER
E
I'llII.ADIM.l'lllA. Pa. Manh 10
Onlorit havo hoon rocolvoil toila
from tint Grout Northern Itullwa) of
flrluU for two liniiit'inio Htvttinaltlpn
whlrh will ho utcil by the 11111 lino
In coiiipt'tliiK for roimt t ratio with
vohkoIn that ttuo tho I'aiiama ralial.
Oroat norrecy Iiiih Iioi'ii thrown
nrotiuil tho ileal which wan inailo puh
lie through tho titutoiuont nf n coin
potlui: Hlililiiilhlor, who lilit on tho
ointlnt'K which will ho iikoiI In thu
now vi'DHi'ls.
Juki what tho now vnMalA will ho
lined for In a puzxlo. hut It linn ht'un
HtiKitcHtril that thoy ho ror a ttniHi
illNtrlhtiiliiK linn from AMorlu tor
inlnul of tho Illll IIucn, whlltt ituolhor
holiitlon In that lllll will mill tliem to
hlx oriental fleet anil httmllo freight
from tho cutit coatit for tho orient.
LONDON, March 10. W'hllo KIiik
GcorKo wuh on hU way to upon par
llnmont toilay flvo MiiffriiRottoii
Htonnoil tho royal coach at Whitehall
anil iittoiitptoil to proKout IiIb majesty
11 "voto8 for wonum" petition. Thoy
woro nrroHtod. Two other woinon
whn iniiilo n Hltnllar attomyt woro nr-
roHtcil at nnothor point.
Ah tho klim'a coach patweil tho
Mall four militant miffrngottoH huiiod
ltantlfiilN or papor ut tho voltlclo, hut
KIiik (loorKo iBiioroil piolr nctlvltloa
A crowd throatoiUHl to iluck tho wo
men lu tho luko ut Bt. Juiiich pnrlc
ami thoy quickly disappeared.
JONES TO BE CANDIDATE
TO SUCCEED HAWLE',
KOHI-MIUIKI. Oiti., Miuvh JO. M.
V, JiincK, veuihtoior of tho lloM'linru
Iniul ofl'lco in ttuluy an uviivvcd fitu-.
iliilnlo for I'oiiuri'HS to hhocooiI . (
llnwloy, lint iniiunihcut, at tho noNt
Kuni'i'iil olout ion. Jones Hlatoil Unit
lio would not innko a lovmal nn
iioumicmout uiilil January li UH li
wlicn hln levm ih vouistcror of tho
luiul tiU'ii'o vspho.
MINIMUM
WAG
BUI FOR
CONGRESS
BEING
PREPARED
FOR
FREDERICKS
jrRDFOTtT) rAn; tr.trijnb. mrdford. ohraon. fONDAY. MATtcir io. inin.
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AT THE 1818
t-
Koiihrcllf, wit'i (rnnrih lonii',
llhikk 11 nl (li-hl .it I n tomuht
ADJOURNS AFTER
IIOIHI:. Idaho. MarcTh 10 Tho
oiato IcKlHlnttire adjoiirnod kIiio dlo
xlixiily hefiiro nililiilRlit limt iilKht,
follow lute n tiny ri'iiloto with henna
tloiiut ocrurrouroM. lu tho lat hotiri
of the oioiloii It wait dlororod that
the tonato hud fulled to act on tho ad
ntoriiu tax hill, which provided
fund ror tho oporatlou or tho Mate
j:ooniiiitHt. lint It wu hroiiKht up
unit iiMod. Much Important lobu
lation failed to pan In thu ronatc. In
oludlnic tho tluployrl, liability act.
and u hilt provldliiK npproxtiuiiloly
fftno.ono tor the Improvonifut or
Mate Inntltutlou. When tho liouio
Iwtrpod that tho houato would not art
on thoHo nifainiroM, a content dovol
npeil which reunited In both ho linen
kllllnc inoamiros Imllscrlmlnntoly.
Clock woro dtoppod In both linusn
and iwnato Into Saturday nlKhl and
tho mmIoii Sunday wan a contliiua
tlnu or tho pfoc4lltiK day proceed
Inna.
ilfitHttir Mrlleth. Deinocrnt. and
Senator Knlrrhttd. Itopulillcau, ' nl
utoMt canto to blown during 11 honU'd
dtbiito Ut the H-nate.
POPE MUCH BEnER;
HOMK. March 10 ArconlliiR to
roportH front tho Vatican today tho
condition of tho popo In much Im
proved. IIIh fover in throo deKreea
lowor and It liellevud that Influotixu
Ih only hU present ttlltuunt. IIIh
Bpeeily recovery In predicted.
Tho popo declared ho fell much re
lieved, lie pinned n tranquil night
mid U propart'd to rogiuun aiidlences
lit tho near future.
I
ASHLAND. Or., March 10. A pub
lic market for Ashland may ho tho
outcome of mikkohIIoiib mado by
Mayor Joliuaou ut u recent meotliiR uf
tho city council. Kxperleuco or othor
towns aloiiK this lino wan cited, and
Koutlmout horn fnvora nmkliiK ait ox
oxporlihont ot tho phut.
Klamath Team "Comes Back."
Tho Klamath Comity Iliuli School
liiiHkotbnU team "enmo hnck" anil in
n no uncertain lnauuer last night
wlion it doCcntou' tho Contrnl Point
tonm by ft sccro of-10 to If), ayn
tho Ivtnninth Herald.
Tho local boys wont into tho puno
with a determination to win and with
tho help qf llto most loyal suppott
of tlio htiulontH ami other homo poo
pie, iihiyod in fine form every iniu
ulo. l'.verv 0110 of tlio local hoyfi playctl
well mu It fini lmnllv ho tntiil that
any 0110 did bettor than another.
Hum Was plron, iik ho was I'Viday
nlghti i)n foul hntket8, ami tliono who
miHsed the field buskoU Kriilny IilKht
all hhot well hint niht. On the other
hniul, tlio viHitina team did koiho ox
oelk.it work, ami each of tho two
forwardx and the feiitor mado houo
cxtri'iuelY difficult haakeln.
k' ,t T
IDAHO
LEGISLATURE
EXCTN
SES N
Our Correspondents
I EAGLE POINT EAGLETS
Jly A. C. Howlclt
T' " ' '' " ' , .. r
(lcori:' GlvciiN, who has a farm
near tho mouth or Mttln llutt'v wan
III tOWII O row (lll)H ii;o.
T. L, Tarlow, who liven oil Llltlo
Ilnttn Juit above Lake Crcok, and
wlfu worn kuohIh ut tho Hunny (llilo
Saturday and HotlM with nin for-n
row yoam inihcrlntlon to tho Daily
Mall Trllnmo.
I,nnt Haturiluy nftwnoou r-rtarlcd
from homo In company with Itnv. M.
(' UuvIk, Hiindny hcIiooI mlMlonary
for OrcKon for tho t'oiiBroRatlonal
church and tint Ktuto Siiporlntfiidr.iit
!tv Howard N. Hinlth, for Tnhlu
Itock mid Kiiinn Valloy, IcavltiK Mr.
K. at Tablu Itock, Davln and 1 wont
on to HaniN Valley, wln.ro wo- hpent
tho nlKht with Mr. Sliolly unit thn
ii-xt mornliiK wn two wont on to An
tlofh ncliool Iioiiko. whom Mr. Davbi
prouchid to 11 Hiuall rnri(;rci;atton and
In tho uftornoon wo wont to tho
Chuporall hchoolhousc arid I preach
ed to u KOod sized audience, and
from thorn to Tablu Hock and Ilcv.
II N. Smith preached n flue rurmon
to a very attentive audience.
In tho courno nl our rounds I
learned that Mln L. W. Sliver of
Anhland wag onRaged at teacher ut
I'haporell and kIvIiik r.ener.il itatln
fucttou. That MUn Flora fitacoy .wan
to commenco nchool In tho Antloch
Rthool district tho next day, that Her.
M (' DavU hurl reorganized tho Hun
day school nt Mmpcrolt with MIm I,.
W Silver an superintendent and MUa
Stncoy an ccretory, and MIm Stella
Aimborry an treanurcr, and that Mr.
Cane ban been making Home subgUn
tliil Improvement! In tho way of fenc
Iiik'. I nUo noticed that thorn bus
been quite n lot or fenclnr: dono all
hIoiik thu routu that w traveled, that
tlicre Beenm to bo roiiftldcrahlo work
KoInK on and that tho farmers aro
KottliiR their spring work well along.
On my return homo I learned that
Hon. John Wutklu. J. I'., bad Joined
In marrlago Mr. Albert II. Clnrno and
Mr. Klzona lUrdiman on Saturday,
March 1, at tho homo or tho bride
and that night had quite a gathering
to celebrate tho event.
On Tuenday morning I took tho
car tor Jacksonville, via Medford and
on tho car I noticed Mr. and Mm.
Heath and her ulster. Mra. Williams,
nlfo tho iion ndJMKhtor of Mr. and
Mm. Heath. Fred and Mlas Francis,
John Nichols. Mrs. Diamond, Wllbert
Ailipole ot Medford, Mr. Vogoll and
Dr. Klrchfccssnor, who. has a homo
ttbovo hero on Kogiie river, nomo go
ing to Medford and eoiiio to Jack
honvlllo.
The members of the Catholic
church havo succcded In placing tho
church boll In position and last Sun
day morning It called tho pooplo to
warship, whero tho services were
conducted according to tho mien and
usages or that church.
I ALONG ROGUE RIVER
4
Mini Johitstiiu ' tnitilo n husinev
trip to Medford hiht week.
Mr. uinl Mr. Morgan hpoat Sat
urday with her parenth, Mr. and Mrs.
Heleher nt Central Point.
Mr. K. Uorxinuii nitil Bert Clnrno
woro married March J. Thoy wore
both well known. Thoy woro sere
naded by their friends durinj: tho
oveniinr.
Mr. mid Mr. Hnrvey Smith who
have been living on tho Xichol
rnneh, bus moved away ami Mr.
and Mrs. Arrant lmvo moved into
tho house.
Mtv. Zinnncminn jjavo n quilling
parly nt week. Tlioso who ntlend
eit ji'port a very enjoyable time was
hud.
Spiuing ban come hero, as two mi.
ton lmvo been up Itoguo river.
Mm. Zimmerlv mid ton of Trail
wero in tho valloy tho fiot or the
week.
Anionc tho rcoeiil visitors to tho
valley were Jpxso Hngsdale, Frank
MiddlehuVher, AH-. Croft uml Mr.
Oniues.
.Mr. Ahh took up a load of wira
foiieo for L ,1. Marks Thursday.
Mrs. ConiUh uanio out on Sutur
dhy ntorning's Iriiiu to vi-it with
Mi mid M"rs. Kd Foster and family.
.Mr. and Mrs. Vx(o Jlets were, in
Krtglo l'oint Stittinlny.
Mr. and Mrs, llarvoy Smith spent
Friday night with Mr. nnd Mrn.
Aavoti Smith.
I'eter lletx was out to the valley
Saturdav after n load of oats.
Mr. ami Mrs. H, Duw and family
went to tho l.uwreutK plneo tw-
miles ahovo Trail Monday. They
have vented tho pluoo uml uro put
tine in tho crop.
Tlio spring term of school nt Low.
or Trail district began Monthly with
Mrs. Cusiok as tcnolnjr. This is Mc.
Ctthlek's third term in this district.
Mrs. Jasper llnuijiih mado ti trip
to tho Meadows Thursday.
Supervisor Henry .visited .Mis;:!
Kula Houston's schnol Friday and,
Friday nkjht stayed at Hird Jolui
Htnu'si Jasper Hiinuah mado a flying tvip
to Medford Thuriday.
I EDEN PRECINCT . 1
A. If. FiMier nVtftmpriix wn in
Nlilli Talent on ' luisitiest Wedlie-lay.
F, C. Hcitner of tho exM'Hmcnt
Htiition 111 North Talent lias had a
telephone put in bin rwidonro.
.Joe Under peril'. Friday in Med
fird on hiiineo. r,i,
Joo lleflo" f N'oHlii Talent wnn in
Afedford Friday morning.
A H, Furry drove omo of hi
entile out on the range Tltumday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. llnrtzcll of Kdeii
Vullev were in I'lioenix TIuipmIhv.
J. S. Hpltzer of Talent wn's in
Aiedford Fridny mvrniiiK nfter n loud
of Kroeerien.
,C. ('iirv linn Hiinrise seed wtn
toe of' tiie' variety thnt look the
medal ut the Vukon-Fneifiu exposi
tion, t
Kevernl of Mr. JntnoH neighbors
turned nut Monday and helped him
put in hi 'rnp, ns his Into grief had
rendered him nlrnoit unable to gi
nlicnd witli his sprint: work. Kind
ueighhorM euu nlways find ways to
liglileti one (mothers burden.
Mr. Snltzer entertained nbout
twenty Indies Inst Wednesday nftor
noon at her benutiful homo in North
Phoenix district. The oecnsioti wns
11 farewell for Mr. SheetH nildSIiis
Carrol FiMi mid Mini Shorts, fr.
Sheets nnd her dnnghter left Thurs
ilny nnd Mii Fish is expected to
lenve for New York next Wednesday.
Mr. K, (). Ueuse, dniijliler of Mr.
and Mrs. C. Cnrey, who is now liv
ing in Is Angeles, writes her par
ents Hint Itoguo river .vnllcy is for
iihend of anything they bnve seen
there. Only higher wages for finish
ennienters keeps them there. Mr.
Hense it doing well, so they will stay
n while longer.
Willi tho passing foray of L. V.
Faueher, the members of Oregon
Cnuip, No. 438, at Phoenix feel that
there has gone from our midst o val
ued member. Mr. 'Fniielier was nt
one time ono nf the most active
member. He wns sent to' head enmp
on co in behalf of Wtu. Abbott, de
censed, nnd by his nble plea succeed
ed in getting n policy for the wid
ow. There wn n tptestiou ns to its
being paid. The facts connetecd
with Mr. Fnnelier's life tlio past five
years mid bis torriblo tuencs mid
death nre greatly to be regretted by
nil who knew him and his family.
I CENTRAL POINT ITEMS.
Coram Itsionor W. C. I.ecver Is at
tending probato court In Jackson
ville this week.
& S. Aiken ot Prospect spent a day
hore this week.
C. C. nnd Wes. Kolsoo ot Derby
spent a tow days hero this week vis
iting relatives and friends.
Mrs. Wayne Lecver, Mrs. M. II.
Parker, Glenn Owen, Luko Peart,
J. n. Holmes Jr. and Tom Cutlom
spent Wednesday afternoon In Med
ford. The many friends of Wayne lover
will bo pleased to learn that ho has
fully recovered from his recent Ill
ness and is again attending to busi
ness. Tlmo for riling nomination papers
tor candidates for tho city -election
expired Tuesday at midnight nnd tho
candidates now for councllmen aro
Frank Adams. 8. II. Murray, C. S.
Sanderson, Frank J. Taylor nnd
Wnyniun Warner, two to bo olocted.
For recorder, J. Jacobs and A. W.
.Moon.
Mis Mary A. Moo Is spending this
week visiting relatives ut Applegate.
Mrs. Martha Adams nnd son ot
Merrill. Oro., visited her sister, Mrs.
W. J. Nichols, hero tho first ot tho
week.
Wm. Puukoy nnd daughter and Mr,
Pnnkey's mother. Mrs. W. Pankoy,
spent Sunday In Gold Hill.
Florence Mooro left for Hilt, Cal
Suuilay, to romaln for an Indefinite
time, ho having becurcd a position
Micro.
Deputy Bherlfr Sam Sandry of
lloguo Hlver mado a business trip to
Central Point Sunday.
Dr. K. and Mrs. Davis and son.
Miss niacktord, Mlua Herring. Mrs.
F. J. Taylor and sou Raymond, Hay
Mttgruder, Glen Owens woro Sunday
afternoon Medford visitors,
Tho first gnmo of baseball ot tho
season wus played hero on tho Oak
Park grounds Sunday afternoon be
tween Jacksonville and Central Point.
Score, 15 to 0, In fnvor ot Jackson
ville.
J. W. Merrltt mndo a business trip
to Gold Hill tho last of tho weok.
Mr, mid Mrs. J. A. Mann, James
Herring, Gus Morris, Marguorlto
Holmes, Js II. (lay and KrncstWebb
spont Saturday afternoon in Medford.
Card of Thanks
.Wo wish to sincerely thank our
kind friends and uon,unintaiiees for
tho bountiful ilorat pieces, and for
their ninny deeds of kindness, ex
tended to us during our beveavment
in tho loss of our father.
H. H. NYK
MRS. H. 11. SYE.
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The beat pif'turns in town.
Tonight and Tuo3driy
THE SUFFRAGETTE
THE'ANIXJS OF JAPAN
(iiti?niilr.ligAN
TENDER HEARTED BOX
4ppp-Bw?iKnit
NURSE AT MULBERRY:
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THE ELUSIVE KISS
Comedj'-T-Pntlio .
On Tuesday night the Indies
of
' The Greater
Medford Club
willihave charge of "IT",
and will present, in addition
to the regular program
Mr. H. E. Weed
x ,. 5
a landscape architect of
Portland who will lecture on
"The Ornamentation of the
City Lot." Mr. "Weed is the
foremost authority on this
subject in the statjj and you
will do well to hear him.
"We take pleasure in an
nouneing that
Mr. Sidney Ferney
the boy baritone who made
such a"hit with our patrons
during the week end will ap
pear in new songs every
night this week.
OF COURSE
Mi's. "WoolwortlJ, who is
without a peer as an inter
preter of movies, will con
tinue to delight you.
Wednesday and Thursday
"A Clue to Her Parentage"
t,he sixth of thcv , ,
WHAT HAPPENED TO
MARY
series will be presented. Tho
seventh will appear about
March 20.
ADMISSION 10c and 5c
Never, more, never less
IT
(Formerly the Ugo)
Auction Sale of Acreage
ij' 4rm: pikhci: suudivision
Two Miles Hast of MtMjford
THUltSDAV, JU'IUfc 10TH OX T1IK
LAND
Ono and ono-quartor to flvo aero
tracts will bo sold to tho highest bid-
dor.
Seldom does tho buyer have tho
chanco to nanio tho price ho pays
for real estnto, especially cholco pro
perty well located and on very easy
terms.
Do not fall to securo ono ot those
tracts.
A special opportunity for the man
ot smalf moans to securo a homo.
Liberal discounts will bo mado for
all cash.
K. V. HF.HHIFF, O. II. IUKKCE
Auctioneer Owner
PLUMBING
Steam and Hot Water
Heating
Alt Work ounrwitwd
Trices Reasonable
COFFEEN & PRICE
ab Howira Block, Catrattca ,oa eta tH.
soma ruon a9.
jRCGU THKH
TONIGHT
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CAMi AT TIIH
STAR
THEATRE
Xfu let ti!cflvinco you thai 4ho
photoplay Is tho mostpopnlnr form
of entertainment In tho world totter,
providing It U I'roiierly Presented.
Your own gixxl Jiidgincnt will
acknowleilgo our suisrlorlly In
every 'reniiect.
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And this Iji what you'vo been waiting
for Tho tremondotis photoplay pro
duction '
"CIXOPATItA"
In six reels.
March 17th and 18th.
Matinees Dally, 1 to S p. at.
ADMISSION. 5c AND ICc
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i ISIS THEATRE'
VAUDKVHiliE I
11UVMK AXD OOI.D
Tim Ilfltrew nml tlio Soubretfo
I Comedy, Singing and Talking 2
Photo Plays, Momlay
I MAKING A DASKHALIi nUO
piznx rim:
I IT IS XEVKIt TOO UVZB TO '. ',
MKxo ::
J ; Edison Special Two neeft ; j
; ; Don't forget that wo give two ; ;
sacks of flour to the parties
holding tho lucky numbers to- , ,
night at 8:30. ' '.',
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Rent
We have several up-to-date,
modern 5 and
6 room Bungalows
MEDFORD REALTY'AND
IMPROVEMENT CO.:
M. I1. & H. Co- Bldtr. '
f t H IMiUHttH H
-i
J Luxury Without
Extravagance .
Hotel
p Von Dorn
-242 Turk Street 1 :
X Finest popular priced
Hotel in San Prancico
X Modern
Central X
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BeA locatidl
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ana most,
n n mi 1 s?V!
hotel in the
City. Running dnftiUed
ice water in each room. , .
European Plan, a la Cartel
Cafe.
Tariff on Rooms
12 rooms - - $1.00
60 room - - IJW efih
,50 rooms - - 2.00 eadi
GO room Mi pilrat) UA 2.00
SO room Mtb frit A 2.90
30 uite, bedroom, par- .
lor nnd bath - ' 3,80
Pnr unri tliua UII ITUUt U 31.96
' extra to th bov rU lt 1
each additional ftut. 4, , I
Reduction by watk of month.
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