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BEDFORD MATT, TRmTTNTC. MDDFOWT). OINWON'. TmTRSn.Y. UWvVH 20, mm.
TJio miring lorm of tlio Medford
Conservatory of Mimic anil l.nn
jiiiHKeii liealim iii'Xl week. Send for
catalog. 0, Tnlllnndlor, director.
Pioietfir and Mnt. J. V. C. Itar-
rhlKtonof Jnrknonvlllo woro recent
visitor In Medford.
Porter J. Nrff left for Bnlcm on
Wednesday evening, on iirofcsslbnnl
business. ' t ' ' , ' "
E, D. Weston, commercial photos
raphorni negatives msilo any time or
placo oy appointment Pbon M.
Uoa'Ilehson of Salem was on
Woilnbudhy evening's train, rn ronto
.borne "irom a'iMi at Klamath Kalty.
"Will Heed' of Cleveland ntd
Messrs. Jolmspn ami Rowan of Chl-
ca'go aVent n day In Mcdronl tlio foro
part of tho week. They havo sine
gone to San Francisco on business
Worse T. llnff and John. Marshall
fit Gold Hill traufacted business n
Madame Hoodo In In rorltand In
the Interest of Mbdfordn beauty
W. K. Price, Thomas Merrlmih
and Joseph Mann of Central Point
spent scornl bourn In Mrdford on
Kodak finishing, tho best at "Wei
van's, opposite book store.
P". llakowelf of Portland bus
Iiwii In the valley In tlio Interest ot
tho Provldont Trust company.
County Recorder nnd Mr. Pr-?d
Colvlg were over from Jacksonville
Mr. nnd Mrs. George Tuttlo havo
pone to Seattle on n visit with rela
tives nnd friends. They will bo
gono several weeks.
Insure and be suro. Right if wo
wrlto It It. A. Holmes, Tho Insur
ance Man. H
tMrs. K. Zorla of Gold Hill visited
In Medfortl Wednesday, the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Kato Ingraham.
Mrs. O. Doling of Foots Creek
HOLDS IIS FIRST
" - - -;.nrauo .mi
connected with tho probablo salo of'fot.noon
ntado Mcdford n visit Wednesday af-
tho big tract ot timber located
Foots Creek district.
Tako ndvnntngo ot the reduction
and uiako a fitting appointment at
Moo's before April 1 for n Grey tire
form. They nro modeled over yonr
own figure, thus reproducing every
lino peculiar to you. 30S
' H. S. Dullltt arrived from Olean,
N. V., Tuesday. He Is Interested In
tho rehabilitation ot tho Sterling
mlric ' '
II. II. Goddard nud O. P. Helms
wcro up from Talent district Wed
Colonel II. C Washburn of Table'
Itock and 1. T. Galllhcr ot Rock
Point were among tho horticulturists
who came to Mcdford Wednesday.
II. H. Hall and A. Strand, who
are prospecting on Applegatc, were
In Mcdford Wednesday.
Feed and seed. Schmidt, phono
2 GO. 31S
L. F. Dclknap ot Ilenlon county
nnd Fred Rollln ot Salem aro In
Walter S. King has returned to
his homo In Josephine county, after
a visit of sovcral days In Mcdford.
S. C. White arrived from Weed.
Cal., Wedncsdny evening. '
Vapor baths and scientific raas
eaee for men and women. Dr. R.
7. Lockwood, chrlopractor, S03 Gar-nctt-Corey
Bids. Phone 145
F. W. Street is down from Wards
Creek, whero liu la developing an
Mrs, O. G. Taylor of Central Point
' "V district and Mr. ausd Mrs.. W..G. Leotf
of Portland have tjecn ylsltJug Jn
Orchard, bunting, fishing and
Crater Lake scenes for sale at Gcr-
klng & Harmon's studio. Negatives
made any place, kodak finishing. 128
East Main street Phone 215 R.
O. Karnaugh of Jacksonville and
M. fc. HanleV of Lake Creek were
umong ihoso In Bedford Wedneaduy.
Edward Knowlcs, of Salt Lake, a
locotubtivo engineer of tho D. & IU
6. 'system, who spent his boyhood
days at Jacksonville, ia visiting his
father, F. W. Knowlcs, and his sis
ters, Mrs. L. R. Parker, Mrs. A.
Hubbard and Mrs. W. W. Woods.
Ho is accompisalcd by Mrs. Knowlea.
Dr. and Mrs. Gcorgo L. Helms of
San Francisco aro stopping lii Mcd
ford for a short time.
Ladles' shoes shlned at Bummer
rllle'a barber shop.
Mrs. H. Davis and D. Corey f
Gold Hill precinct and Mr. nnd Mrs.
C. 13. Williams of Josephine woro
nmoug Medford frleudti during tho
week. , ' -
Miss Allco lloefs of Jacksonvlllo
was a 'Mcdford .visitor Wednesday
Real homo maoo broad at De
Mr. nud Mr. Y.JI. Allen of Ster.
Hug wcro.Ktipst of Mr. ami Mrs. J.
U. Tliorndlko Rundiiy.
J. II. Evans ot Roguo River, a p!o
ncor of BouUicrn Oregon, has re
turned to bin homo after a Htny of
woven weeka at Haired Iloart hospi
tal, whero ho was operated upon by.
Dr. Clancy with gruater huccchh than
ijiitlcipated. Mr, Evans is wall
pIcuKcd with' Medford nud spcukfa
highly ot ItH hospital.
Bring that old book with torn
binding' down, and have it rebound
at the Mall Tribune office. Costa
but little, tf
R. 11. Campus of Hillcrcst orchard
has returned from u trip to Sgattlc,
Mm, E. R. Nt'Idlg of l.os AiirpIch.
n iiromlneut official of the Fraternal
llrotberhood, Ik making Mcdford u
visit la tho internal of that order.
Tlio Bklns of two largo cougars
Killed iy uoiph oiBon or upper
Rogue rlvor nnd mounted by a local
taxidermist are uttractlug attention
ul Adams Ilrothorii' placo or hurt I'
Mrs.- A. C. Ringhnm of Santa Bar
bara, Cal., Is making her son, II. C.
ninghnm, a visit.
Gcrklng & Harmon, studio por
traits', homo portraits, flash lights,
kodak finishing, post card work and
enlarging.; 12S East Main street;
telephono 215 R.
Joseph T. Gagnou ot tho Trail
Lumber company has gono to Port
laud on n short business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. J, II. llutlor woro
over from tho llllhee orchard Wed
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ilrown aro
visiting In Portland, whither they
were accompanied by L. C. Pcnfleld
Carkln Taylor (John H Car
kin and Glenn 0. Taylor), tttnrnrys
it-law, over Jackson Count? Rank
Miss Mildred Barnard has been
called to Cleveland, Tenn., by tho
sor.Io.us Illness of her mother.
. JI. Doughty and R- Carter of
Wlmer precinct were in Medford nnd
Now York Life Insurance Co., C
Y. Tcngwald, Mcdford National
Rank Bldg., phone 3371.
Miss Mary Wctteror or Jackson
ville was among Mcdford frlcuds
George J I. "Wolf of Concord, Cal.,
is Investigating tho advantages of
Roguo River vajley and may locato,
'. "William Dablberg nnd Amos Will
iams of Grants Pass transacted busi
ness in Medford Wednesday.
It I). Hoko of Sven Oaks district
motored to Medford Wednesday.
Miss Caroline Harper of Salem fs
visiting relatives living in Jackson
ville, while on her way to California.
Benton Bowers, C. B. Watson and
G. F Billings of Ashland wero in
Mcdford Wednesday afternoon.
P. S. Steonstrup has returned from
a business trip to Portland.
lira. A. It Thompson and Mrs.
Coulter of Jncksonvlllo wcro Mcd
ford visitors Wednesday,
L J. Hansen of Chlco, Cal., is in
tho valley making his former homo
a. business visit
Carl Miller has returued to his
home at Gtcndale after a briof visit
Dre. E. C. Macey and W. W. Walk
er of Grants Pass spent a day in
Medford this week.
E. W. Wilson, deputy sheriff, was
In Mcdford Wednesday on official
A man giving his namo as Dave
Jones, n morphlno victim, who states
that hU homo Is at Albany, Ore, was
picked up by the pollco Wednesday
afternoon. He was- treated by City
Health Officer Thayer. Tho atten
tion of County Judgo TouVello was
galled to hla condition, but Judg
TouVello declined to commit him to
tho asylum. Ho will bo'frecd with
liihtructlotis to leuvo Mcdford.
Tho Pautorlum will move from Us
piX'ftQiit iiunrtcra at Main and Fir
to tho Htiiro buRdlng immediately
east of tho Halo Piano Houeo on
East Main. Fixtures nro being placed
In tho new offices ami It will be
inado modern in every way. Tho
company Is about ready to move Ita
cleaning plant to tho now building
on North (Jrapo street.
Tho tnnynr'H new cabinet held Its
first meeting ThiiMilay morning In
City Attorney Hoggs' otftco to con
sider the amendment whlc.lt gives
the mayor .power to suspend a city
officer but onro. Before they ad
journed tho members had condemned
this amendment nnd had lntormntlv
discussed the market nud armor
propositions. A decided stand upv
either of tho.o questions was i-iii-
phatlcally refused, tho member pr.
posing that tho committee go on
record not even receiving a second
to her motion.
Tho meeting was called by Mayor
Elfort, who absented himself whtlj
the discussion ou the first proposi
tion was under way. There was no
question In the minds of the com
mittee but that the voters should be
advled not to vote for tho amend
ment, which. If passed, would mnko
the chnrtcr rend as It was originally
Intended "to read. When questioned
City Attorney Hoggs admitted that
If the amendment falls tho present
section of tho city charter tuny bob
up again to make trouble In' the fu
lure. Mrs. Schuster, or the commit
tee asked that tho proxcut section
be also condemned, but It was held
that this would only muddle utc
minds or tho voters at a time too
near to election. II. C. Garnet: lead
tho argument against tho amend
ment Tho mayor brought up the market
question by stating that Market Me
ter Runyard had not lived up to the
letter of the ordinance, had not taken
tho oath, ot offlco and had In sov
cral ways dovlatcd rrom tho r tier.
Tho city attorney wns asked, ou this
point H any man could run the mar
ket properly nnd stick to the let
ter or th ordiunnce.
"1 don't believe ho could. was tho
reply. When It wns suggested that
tho committee take a stand one way
or the other on tho market tho tr.u-
tcr was quickly dropped.
Tho committee also refused to
take n stand on tho armory, holding
that, us tho question will come up,
to n voto nnd Is gcnorally uudu
stood, no action Is necessary.
The following committee memiii-rt
wcro present: II. V. Gnrnett of tho
Merchant" association, Mrs. Powet
of tlio West Sldo Tcachor-ParcntV
association, Mrs. Schuster of the
East Sldo Parent-Teachers associa
tion, Mrs. Davidson and Mrs. Daley
of tho Greater Medford club and
Rev. Boyle or tho Ministerial asso
ALLEN DRAWS BUT
$) Fi; SPEEDING
Opportunity Knocks at the Door
TO BE FULFILLED
.VTIlE.Nrl. Mii'ili l'ii t'otmlde'it
Willi tho iucckvIou ut King l'i)i. -Ntantliio
to tho Hellenic tlnono, a
number of lemarkublo tlrw proline
tiles', which ate In u fair wiy to fi.l
flltimmt. woro reoulltul hu.
A. ('. Allen ! iml oiie-llaid of the
uiiiu l M. ,M tuition i-, il" I men lor
xpociliuj; in the mayor'- emu I mv any
criterion. .MnddVn wn nWHUt ijll
WWiifitlny lor Mim-dinr while .Allen.
vln w nlMi unvMwl ror Hie .mime
ortVuNO wat ufr lueKed to the luuo
Ir. Allen wft m'iir out lo h4
ranch an. I was iml.Ul nl'tcr lie left
tl pavement. . ,. s,.r flint he wum
wiiliuiit tho ft!)" limit uml tlmt he
wai uot ruunhijj fti.t. Dn (ho way
down low u he s(nte he mil nt 1.1
miliM mi hour iili.l tlmt live mtlnmi
liilei imsKCil hfiti, one of thorn Ruimt
nt leit iwa-o Us fliht n( he wu. lie
demnmled n renftoii (ot their hnmuii. 1 w'1' rc,,i to the Chrlitlan ilnneh
ily for nrroftt n) wan told hv .Motor- I
cycle cop lliuelton Hint he "didn't
know." ; ,
Mayor Kifertt,nhl him Hint the law
read ten miles' nu Imur tint Hint he
hint himself modified il to 1.") mihw.
''1 never have tieeu uil(v of cel
injr unit tmvo' never eudnnureit nny
01," sny Alt'. Allen, "t h;ul ju
fiit nulo in Hie vnllev ami never was
nci'iieit before. Tlieiv are n tooit
many nolorioim ilrixcrs however, who
are not interfered with hy uuvonc."
j . . . . .
GOVERNOR LISTER SIGNS
IOWA RED LIGHT LAW
OtA'.MIMA, Wn.. March 'JO. Clov
enior Lister Jihn Imlny affixed liin
siKiinturv to 'the "Iowa red lij-lit"
abatement hill mcd hy tlio legiNln
lure, and which pnniiles Hint when n
(tlsonlcrly Iio'uhc i found the pro
perty shall tie closed for ti period
fixed by the court nud. Hie contents
of the building sold to satisfy the
Michigan will tako another popu
lar voto on the equal suffrage ques
tion next mouth.
1 It m wild tluil oppoililiillv IdiiiekH
ah every iiiiiii'h dour ut ImtHt oiiuo In
Ills life and that It Hnuietlmeti kuorkn
so hard that It ItuoekA tho dour In
Your door must bo made of solid oak
and held In plueo by Mplliori If It duo
not loino open at tho kuoek of thin
opportunity. Thin, Is the mm giont
Mi; oppOrtiiulty Hint tho pcnplo of
Tho this country have lookud forword to
tiN, u Ctronk imniTli. -hvh: iW id loim. Tho opptntunliy to
"Wliuu IMiiHtHiilliiw nit on th,tf,l WHIiik "lid put our valley on
throne or Greece. CoiwqnnUnnple will "l0 i''""' 'ct on I In- Pm.lf.le
befonio GhrlHtlan.'' ; , j const Yon am taking no oliancti.
Anothor runs: jit will nmltrt good.
' "When .KliiK ' CoiiXiuitlim tfnfl ) Thin oppoituiilly Is offered lo yon
()u eon Sophia relMii in poHeo, Cou i by tho Rokuo River Valley I'mial
stanflnoplo will itgalu beloiiK " winpauj th opiiortiliilti' tf Irrl
Greece." j Kate your laud unit miiko It produce
Still another pi overt) Is: iik It hoiittl, In many unses diiuble
'"Whon St Mnrk'ii nlves anotl'T .our present yelld per nere. mnki It
pope to St. Peter's. Coutnutlioi' more attraWlvq to the prospective
family to pumper on it lu-umo I mot
mid In that wit) tiicron the popu
lation of our vullov llocuiiia pro
dui'orH Insload of roimuMisn.. ,e
coiiipllsliliiK tliw lliliigs )on onn'l
help lnif atlriii'l luterurlmii mnt oilier
1'iillwa.vH. ItiliiK moi)' laud Into put
ductlvHiiiHw, nniiiMitiuitiitly riHlnro
your titxoM. .Malm It posulblt for
laifio luiliistrle such a eauiinrliHl,
plukle vvurli. ovMporiitliifi plaiiU.
diilrliM mid eliemo fmtorle to oHr
tile MiireensriillJ' lien). Wlttinnt till
mitlon Dili would1 Id. ImposiilDlo.
Von all nun Hint Dili 11 true
then why not avail youraelvM of Hid
tuiMt taviirnliU. niMriuiill.v that Imn
ovnr luii offertnl to any ooiiiinunUy
- -and do II now. '
Print cuttoi eoiilHrtiplalii i-rr
itmntgiunnt"d with. iiIIIimI trailou or
purehaser. makn it posilblo for the gauiirttlom
3BBar ' ," Wii wPbP? l-v.
The Celebrated Cook Book
& Pastry Cook"
Send your nddren.
HOVAL MAKING I'OWDIUl CO.. NT.W YOHK.
Royal is absolutely puro and wholesome,
tho best in ovory way, of all tho baking:
powders. It makes food of finest flavor,
and adds anti-dyspeptic qualities thereto.
It has greater leavening strength and is
therefore tho most economical.
The Joy Of
A Wonderful Remedy That U a Natural
Aid ami Relieve the Tention.
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I WILLOW SPRINGS TWIGLETS I
FIVE KILLED BY GAS
Weeks & McGowan Co.
Day riiono 1W7
Night V Wecka 10U4.2
A. K. On- H7HOI
JIKDICINK HAT, Albcilii, .Miireh
live lire dead mid leu known lo
J. P. ''Oakland purchased n five
pmwcngt'r Ford nutomobilo the fiit
part of Ihw week. Go to it, J. P.
.Mtv. L. jr. Sweet wa n vinitor in
Willow Spriiigii Friday nftornoon.
An epidemic of la ripjH) bcunm to
bo taking thix part of the valley In
htonn. Nearly every family hn.s hud
mm ur more contlned to thuir hoine.i
for two or three days.
MihH Hnyiuer has jut returned to
Cent ml Point after bciu in Willow
Siirinud for n week or more. We
hear fine report h of her nuri.ii);,'.
Willow SpriuM was the (renter of
iitlruetion Huiidiiy afternoon ut the
freight wrcek jut fcouth of lite Pa
0. S. IJhii'kford wh in Jackto'i
villu h few house hint 'riiutvilay.
Albert I'oiey mid hi mother me
furiiiahiii iniwii! for (lie Chrintiun
Kcii'iicu church In Cent nil Point Sun
day nioiiiiiipn. '
.Mimi ( iircorun mid niiotaut uiv
holding Hcrvicu ut the hcIiooI Iiuiiko
The Willow .Spring Pnrmil uml
Toaelierw' Club met nt Iho vehool
house rndny utternoon,. A very iii-
XliilliPtf l-rltiil. f.i.t.ni ifrpnnl rm. I
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etijr, 14 Ih only .me lnnii nut U ahl .i r
rracli all I lie Ulffrrtnl iwirut lntnlir.1 It
li a rfnriratlnff ai'pMin..n aftrr Itie fur
inula f a not-l limiljr iurtur, ami luhtl
fair cicrj Riunrlr. Wlif, IImiip ur Irndon
atTrrtnl. 11 Ki Ulrwlly In lht alralnnl
Kiftln ao) grbllj lit aurrly rtllcTr all
trntliorjr to urrOM4 or airatn.
Iljr lu (111 uw thrru Hill br nn piln. nn
(ll.lrm.. nu naura, m ilanKr i( larrrallun
or olhr acrlOrnt. and Ihr HrM Ultimo
vt tuprroie rumfori jiml Jujdil antlclpitlun.
To all younjt wiimrn ilnthrf Krlrnd la
onn ot the Errntmt nf all hHpful lnrtiincr,
fur It rnl chlMMrtb nf all Ita aKnlra anJ
iUncfru, tllirl all Ihr dmibl ami limit,
alt (i-ntit of tnr. anil lliua raabtn tbn mlml
ami toly to await the sralMt rr-ni In a
woman', life with iintrrani,ll Elulnrn.
llothrr'a Oltml li a moat rhtrlahnl
rrmnljr lo tbouuniti nf hnmra, anl li nf
nrh irnllar mtlt ant) raluo a l make It
rav-ntially nne to be rrcvmnirndn) by all
Ynn will flint II nn mI at nil limit atorm
at fl oo a Umi. or th ilruczlat will irlaUy
St II for jmn If yoii lnlt upon It Mth
rr'a I'rlrml la jrrrrl only by lb llrail-rM-bt
It'culatnr IV. 1.17 tJiroar lll.ls . At
linta. (la . who will rncl you br mall,
rail), a rrrr ImtruHlrH Imok In pintrtanr'
motbers. Write t"t It lo-di). I
I CARRY A GENERAL LINE OF THE BEST
NURSERY STOCK TO BE FOUND
PEARS, APPLES, PEACHES, CHERRIES
All Kinds of Shado Trees
Plume in your ordi'i or write. Prices always rilit.
H. B. PATTERSON
THE QUAKER NURSERYMAN
Salosyard, Corner Main and Xewlown
Office Hotel XuhIi Lohhy. Tn.side entrain't', net to
are my specialty.
A Hue lot to
toroallii; mlilnwK win Uen by .Mr.
have been injured in a (,'tifi oxjilonion
hero ychleiday. Tlio firo flojiurtiiiunt
riiHfjl to utU'iid n lire in the Cuniion.'
1uiifliiifr wcro working nt Ih6 lire,
when a. huildiu full of mh wuh
blown up. J ruiidrcMls of ourious jico
ple, druwn by tho lire, flocked to
the scone nud they wero in close
proximity to the buildiu when the
The threi) v.,iIIh, two fciilen nnd the
fr.uit, were blown out mid tho mot
raised liih in the air. Thoeo in (he
pntlivvay of the flyinj,' debris weio
They wore fleeing for
death overlook Hum.
Tuttlo of Ciuilrul Piiinl, Two inusS-
cal nutuberc concluded tho program.
We ih it whole iipprcuiuto the many
tine point Mr. Tutlleliiouylit to our
iiiiniln. Am mooii iih the cluh heroines
thoroughly orgaiiii'd wo hopu (o have
vi.ito'rf. friun tho hiirriiuiiiling noiuli
l)orioo()';nhlie iik on vimoiiH topmii
of child well n re. The meeiiiiH will
ho held ou the firnt- Friday nflur-
iiooii of ouch month. Thu ie.t will
he April dlh.
.Mr; lliehrt of Ahhiiul ix hero in
"Jiccllpg the work being duno on hit
pnuivvny or tne
buried nlive, Th
biifety when dcu
Steam and Hot Water
All Work Guarantied
COFFEEN & PRICE
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
MARCH 21 and 22
Come and partake of these real bargains
2") pieces of the best, grade of 10rj Dress (Mnftl)aius
while they last 14 yarxls for .'.....$1.00
A BIG TREAT
We offer for the 2 days only a discount', of 25 per
cent oji 'ill lines of jiluslin Underwear
f gross Ladies' Hair Nets, all colors, ou value
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All $1 Corsets 8fty All JJ5.50 Corsets $1.2!)
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is the time to make your selections
our new sleck:
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lillu grade, .'1(5 in. wide, yarilL......;.,;.,.:.,,., ...15
liOc grade, do in. wide, yard ...,.
w grade, !J( and '10 in. wide, yaril
50e grade, 1(1 and 50 in. wide, yard
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