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MTlttFORn MATTi TRTHUKR. MIWFOim ORTCfiON. MONDAY. MARCH Ml, WIN.
Jtt, Kov. Charles I. Bcaddlng I).
I),, bishop of Oregon, preached at 8t.
Mjrk'n rhiirch Bundnj ivriilnK nnd
will spend tw'o days In tho valley
Monday nftornoon ho visited Ashland
and will spond Tuesday meeting
Medford members ot the church. He
In tho guest of Mr. and Mm, I II.
Hopkins nt Snotty Iltittn orchard.
A society Item In Saturday eve
ning's paper which stated that, Miss
Ivy Is6nbergcr, office, assistant to Dr.
Porter, had left Mcdford, was er
roneous. Miss Iscnbergcr has no In
tention nt this tlmo ot leaving here.
At Presbyterian church, Monday
night, musical for tho benefit of tho
Qronter Mqdford club. Scvcnty-flvo
voices, comprising tho best talent In
the city, will participate Admission
Among tho many distinguished
Americana who have been appointed
delegates to tho great Second
World's Christina Citizenship confer
ence to bo held in Portland, Ore.,
Juno 29-July 6, 1313, la ltcv. V. S.
Shields of Mcdford.
K. If. Helms and M. J. Hall were
over from Jacksonville for a while
Largo bulbs ot tho finest varieties
of cactus nnd decorative dahlias. Tol.
Horaco Pel Inn of Sama valley
camo to Mcdford Sunday to meet his
wlfo and dnughtcr, who returned
from California that evening.
I j. It. Warner returned Saturday
night from Portland, whero ho has
been spending several weeks.
Orchard, hunting, fishing and
Crater Lake scones for sale at Gcr
klng & Harmon's studio. Negatives
made any place, kodak finishing. 12S
East Main street. Pbopo 21 j It.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Hcnnett of Salem
nro visiting in this section.
Mrs. Ora Adklns ot Portland, who
hns been visiting her parents, left
for Portland Sunday evening.
Guaranteed complete wagons at
Pell's, Ashland, for less than $100.
Miss Kthclyn nrown has returned
to Medford after an extended visit
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Radcr, L. A.
Hose, Mr. and Mrs. C. Carny ot
Phoenix ' precinct motored to Med
Gerklng & Harmon, studio por
traits, homo, portraits," flash lights;
kodak finishing, post card work and
enlarging.; 128 East Main street;
telepbono 215 H.
A. P. "tyelw. ira and Wilbur Klmo
of Grlffia creek tarried In Mcdford
jr. B. Tronson and A. J. Daley ot
Eagle Point transacted business in
Don't miss tho musical with 75
singers participating, including all
tbo best voices In tho city, at tho
Presbyterian church Monday evening
in tbo benefit given for the Greater
Mcdford club. Admission 25 cents.
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Smith and W
O. Knlps wcro Saturday visitors Jo
E. M. McKeany, manager of the
l'roaucers Fruit company, nas re
turned from Portland.
Invito your friends to corao on the
excursion from Tacoma to Medford,
April 9. Round trip. $15.70.
Captain W. Itawllngs was down
from Central Point Saturday.
J. C. Pondlctou ot Tablo Hock and
William Harrison of Josephine coun
ty spoilt Saturday Jit Medford,
Curkln & Taylor (John M. Carkln
and Glenn O. Taylor), attorneys-
nt-law, over Jackson County Dank
Mr. nnd Mm. 0. II. Hclmroth and
Mr. and Mrs. N, W. Klmo of Griffin
creek wcro among thoso who mo
tored to Medford Saturday.
Gcorgo A. Cain of Klamath Falls
is a recont arrival In Medford.
Iiiuuro and bo sure. Illght if wo
writo it. It. A. Holmes, Tho lmur-
M. Sauudora ot Santa Clara vol-
loy, Cal., Is miaklnc this ee:ltou a
visit" and seems well ploujd wlb If.
aj MMirnoa ami ins yeuugeu: eon
nro over from Josophlco county,
whorq tho fiirmcr Jiu3 located a
Ileal 'iiomo mndo bread at Da
Voo'h. Mr. nnd Mrs. Y, M. Smith nnd Mr.
and Mrs. William Chan of Sterling
wero in Mcdford l'rlduy, when M-.
Chaso mado final proof rn his homc
Mtpad boforo United nuios L'ommlA
blonor Canon. .
Orders tiikun for all klnda of vege
table jiliiutH. Portland Avn. (iroeit.
hoiiMJ, 20 Portland nvo. Phono S7-U.
WceRs & McCowan Co.
Day Phono 227
Night 1'. W. Weeks lU.'J-J.lI
A, li. Orr 07H-M
J, R. Wilson, W. U. lloycn Mid bin
spn wero among thine xtln were
diwn from (Xriffln crok Saturday.
Mrs. v. A, Hutted) "t Slonr I'orJ,
Cat,', Is visiting dicr ifori'itl Mr. and
Mrs. V. M. Wilson.
Toed and seed. Schmidt, phono
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. M Taylor ol
Jacksonville spent Saturday night In
Hoy Calhoun of Ashland was
among Medford Wends recently.
Now York Llfo Insurance Co., C.
V. Tengwald, Medford National
Hank bldg. Phono 3371. .
Mr. and "Mrs. Miles Cautralt if
Applegate and Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Murphy of Barron mado Mcdford a
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Andcwm and
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Grntfls ot North
Phoenix wcro hero Saturday.
Kodak finishing, the best nt Wes
ton's, opposite book store.
Miss Catherine Buckley ot Apple
gaeo has been visiting In Medford
Corbln Kd$ell. tho horticulturist.
Is down from his Drownsboro rttinh.
All church choirs In Mcdford have
volunteered tholr services In the
musical for the benefit of tho Great
er Medford club, nt tho Presbyterian
church Monday evening. Thero are
75 singers. Admission 25 cents.
Mrs. O. Peterson of Klamath coun
ty and Mrs. J. W'hcelcr of Cent Ml
Point wero recent visitors' Pi Mcd
Jeter brothers and ll.jrrj llamll
ton ftavo returned from a tr'p to
apor uams ana scientific mas
sage for men nnd women. Dr. It.
J. Lockwood. chiropractor, 203 Gar-nctt-Corcy
bldg. ' Phono H5.
Misses A. nrltt nnd E. Lvy of
Jacksonville nt tended th Saturday
"movies" in Mcdfon.
Charles Owens, ot Wlmer was In
Medford Saturday. Ho reports that
extensive- dredging fe: gold Is antici
pated thero soon.
E D. Weston, commercial photog
rapher, negatives mado any tlmo or
place by appointment. Phono M.
Fred Roper's aggregation of bad
players and tho Amcrliin Giants, the
negro nlno which defeated tho n.iv-
era four times out of flvo in Cali
fornia recently, will play at Grant
Pass' Wednesday A spce'ul tialn
will bo run from Abhlnud on that
Mrs. M. Tar'or ot Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. Gc-irgo Nemo and
was tho guest of M -i M Gray Suan-
.Mr. and Mrs. S. I). Williams were
down from Central Point recently.
John Hoblson of Talent has teen
In Medi'ord several times lately, vis
iting his wife, who is under treat
ment at tho Sacred Heart hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sharpe, who
llvo near Central Point, wcro in Mcd
ford Saturday afternoon.
A. D. Little, of Eugene, and C. W
Lowo of Portland aro transacting
business In Medford.
Ralph Henry Mathleson of Now
York, who will bo married Thursday
to Miss Madgo McCormack of this
city, arrived Sunday from New York.
If. N. Starr has purchased tho
stocK of merchandise in J. W. Jn-
cobs store at Rogue River and will
soon leavo tho employ of Marshall
Wells company of Portland, for
whom ho has been traveling.
Mr. and Mrs. W. U Hnlley, who
havo been spending several weeks In
California, aro at homo ngaln.
MrB. M. h. Cohlow of Okanogan,
Wash., Is tho guest of her brother,
B. E. Haney. and his wife, ho Is on
her way homo from a visit In Cali
fornia. Mrs. F. i. Buffum of Roseburg ',
in Mcdford again.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Pomorcno (uoo
Bertha Penlngcr) arrived from Cor
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond I.esllo of
Weod, Cal., ore visiting In tho val
ley. W. V. llarniim and J. A. Wright
of Phoenix district wcro among uio
many who cumo to Medford Satur
day., Muny uro still wondlng tholr way
to Jncksonvlllo to Jiitorvlow tho tax
collector. Taxes will bo dfllinm-Pi
nffor novt Monday, when n penally
of 10 pur tent atlachoa and Interest
on tho Hum duo begins to run.
, h. Nludormoyor, Jamn Bourdmap.
If. O. Maury and Professor V. A.
DnvlH woro among thoso from North
Jacksonville product who spent Sat
urday In Medford.
H. Offonbaofhor and II. Cameron
or iipiogato mude ; trip to Medfora
J. M. Klornau and Oscar Lynn ic
turned from California Sunday ovu-
Dr. E, li. Pifkol has returned from
a short trip to Portland.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. y, Myew of Ceu
tral Point motored to Jlodtord Sun
L. K. Ualllngnr, n chojr slngor, wuh
killed und w. It. Ilalnca was eorious,
Jy hurt in an accldont-that orcprred
Friday on Corot & Klng'a uuto slcgo
lino between Marshflold nnd Noith
Beud. Frod lle.eii. ii. .!.... ,.
I formerly of Medford. t, i ....'
les. lie has been rlinrned wiib vaw
slauiihter. us h rnHi-l tin cp'ed
limit nml was Mrtdm
Mn. tleorgo Cook of '1 r.til vas
ntudtig hc,r Medford frloix'n ih wnk
Mr. nnd Mrs 1 A. Pruett rf lunv
dlstrlrt birrlrd a few hours In Mcd
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. rj-i-r loft for
Portland on Sunday evening's mu
nnd will ho gnno several days
(leorgo Gnnor and Jwn YoKuin
of Josephine county hnvo bHji.imns
notlng bnslneiw In Mtdforl.
Mr. nn(l Mrs. II. II. Bahilur and
Mr. nudfrs. A. ConthmU of ,pk
sonvillcTnotorod to Mtdrnrt Stnudav.
Webb brothers of Toll dim let
wero In "Medford Sunday alttrtionn.
W. W,"Viyit ramo down horn
Persist Sunday. ncoomuniivluK his
daughter, who left for Portland that
F. II. Madden and II. W. Lindsay
of Central Point district transact-d
business In Medford Saturday.
Robert Crowder nnd Mr. Gibson
havo purchased w tlno stock and al
falfa ranch on Applegate. not far
from Buncom, of Mr. Forrest of
Crook county, and will ralso cait!o
on a largo scale. It was once ownodj
by A. S. Klelnhammer.
W. H. HclvlQ of Dayton, who Is a
temporary resident of Baglo Point
district, spent Saturday night In Med
Tho Baptist church of Ashland
has extended a call to Rev. Mr. Mac
Collough ot Now York City, who is
already thero and ho will doubtless
accopt tho pastorate. Ills father H
the new minister of tho Baptist
church of Medrord.
Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Mender mo
tored from Suncrest orchard, In Tal
ent precinct. Sunday afternoon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. K. Hanna, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Coleman. Mr. nnd
Mrs. H. Luy. MIssa Flcota Ulrlch and
Hies Chapman orMacksonvllle ware
Mcdford visitors Sunday.
Fred Williams. J. E. Sturgls and
J. J. Hormanu wero among the citi
zens of (i rants Pass whu camo to
Mcdford during tho wok.
Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Halt or AppK
gato aro stopping In Medford for the
Professor P. J O'Gnra returned
Sunday from a trip to tho northern
part of th coupty.
DONS CHIEFS COAI
CASE UP SOON
The erimlnal libel no nnliist
Bert K. Ororr. editor of the A-dilnud
TtilluvH, liroiijtlit liv t'1. F. I.. Toil
Vsllo Inst fall tliirlliif the miimlKH
wll lie Imnmlit to trial in the eiivnit
emirt within llie noM day or two.
Ureer litis just returned IVuiu OKln
Inmm where ho luw boeii aitieo Ke
vvmlier. (Ireer was arrested upon eomplnlnt
of t'ol. Ton VeJIo nml jivu n henruig
hi llio juslioeV ootlit in Ibis idly who
bound htm over to nun it actum bv
the j.ruml jury, whii-li piiunplly n
TAKE STEPS 10
UN ILS HERSELF
.MAIlSIIKIKI.l), Ore.. Mnreh :!.
Heenuse lier mother took her to tn.sk
for remnintng nwav from home Sutttr
diiy night. 1mm Norr, nged 15, today
idiot nitil kilcil liiTM'lf ut her parent".'
homo in tlii- idly. The irl wiim ipiile
pretty, nnd the iluushtur of II. K.
Knurr, n druyit. who eomluets u
store ut Oolil lb'ij.clu
The airl stayed nwiix fnm home nil
night Saturday, Miyiu? tlmt t-lie wiik
pun); to a girl friend hoii-e. Toilnj
he eonfeshi'd to her mother that she
litid spent the night nt a roomi'i
house willi Will chauffeur. She
then went into the mljuiniiij; room
when hc fired, the fntul llo. Tho
chauffeur will pnbably be arofcted.
CENTRAL POINT DEFEATS
MEDFORD BY II TO
County Judge Ton ele today Is
"mul a inrriint for the urret of a
man named tjeruuton, amul XI, lu
is nid to liae coaxed luo Iiih, one
Id mid the other 17, lo ene lmmi
null go liolininif. ('iiiilriliutini: lo Hie
tlililiiiiiniv if iiiimu-M in lu t'liniKe.
duilge Ton Velio ti'leplioufd to A-h
land to have Surnnton -.lopped. The
box uio .loliu Iluid und Mi'.au
Legal blanks lot salo at tho Mall
Trlbnno offlfft ' '
HUNDRED YEAR CLUBS
l. n; judd
Talent, Oroi'ou Jackson County
Orchards, Homes, Farms
In n Thriving Cantnr In Onct of tln C.ir,t,n VfQt
of tln Ho(nn Itiviir YBlly
WALKS PAST GUARD
A .-uipcct, picked up by the poliee
Saturday evening nml lielil for the
enieking of a safe ut Yreka recently.
idipped one over on Chief Ilitlson mid
Officer Ciiigeadu Hiiuduy ufteriioon
and made a cnn gctawny. With him
went tho ohiefn overcoat and Officer
Jlego'a hut n brand new SteUoii.
Two sii!)eets woro pioked up und
not wanting to put tlioui toeihur one
mw locked in the city jail nml the
other placed in the poliee headquar
ter in the Exhibit building. IlittMin
und Ciugctide guarded him.
While the officers sat outride in nu
automobile, the fellow in the office
wns buty. Soon it fellow mime nloiii;
nodded to tho officer ami wont on
Later is was found that the well
drcnicd stronger was the suspect, who
ilonncd the rliief'ii eoiit nml Mego's
hat nnd thus diiguied di-oippeured.
LERCH CASE UP
The cntJe of the Ntutu s. Ifimry
Lereh n( t liin city for buying goodg
lie know wItc hiolun wa culled fn the
cirouit (ioiiiI thin morning nnd imll
eutioiifl uro tlmt tho cuko will nit tie
concluded until tonight. A Inrpo
uiiinher of vilueM(M are In bo ex
amined. On Saturday nfterimoii John Walk
er wiik found guilty of rawing u uhcek
for 2.-ifi t. $l:.VJ.",. Tho jury tucom
The ciiho of tho nIiiIo vm. Dan
Cnmnroii will be tried boon. No in
uenrly 80 yenrn old und charged wilh
u fctntiitorv ciiinc.
Central 1'ointV bnxeball learn de
feated the iledford Chosen FnemN
und the .Medford diamond Stiuditv b
a score of 11 lo I. Hiinccn pitclud
for the loeulu und Meliiln' for the
Point. The Medford train playrij
ragged bull und iw n,Texiilt there'will
bo mnny new players in the lino up
uet Sunday when the Portland
Northuct league tViiui plaj here.
EIFERT FINDS MILLAR GUILTY
(Continued from paf.o 1.)
bitterly attached llio city ulloriiey
for lif uttemptK to blacken .Millur't
eharacter for polilicul purpoKOH. lie
nxked why llio city ulloriiey had not
c!o-ed the place iiiMtoud of attacking
cilir.eiiH nnd if ho Imixt attack the
ehnnuder of citizen then why not
urrctft nil (he the men, some of Ilium
who had xttoni lo it, who had been in
the Ko.val ltoomiiig liuiihe.
On the iMincIiiiiui of the ene May.
or Kifcrt stated that ?t wk hit "pain
ful dut" to find r.illur gudty and
afcch a fine of .o0 and coKt'.
With Mcdford trado Is Medford made
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER
Every Evening 0:30 to 7:30
(.indttUt, wJU'1 . Ko'J'Hea
Iloilud Ilnlibjit, llolliiudaiiie
Uoiled Hum, Vorkehiru Sauo
Grilled Luuili ("liypft J'ctit 1'oid
I'llmo I(lb of Heuf nu jnx
I.oiu of l'orl. ami Apple Simcu
.MhmIiuiI I'olntoiW Dalad
Kuglili I'limi I'liildipg
I In id and ilniiijJy-Suiico
leo ('renin Cufo Noir
Itellew Life May lie Prolonged
Men who are devoting their lives
to tho study of longevity believe that
In dnys to come a man of Ut) will b
In his prime, and old ago will begin
long past n hundred years.
Scientists have proved that tho
simple life, temperate habits, oner-
else, and an active mlud nro essential
to a long and happy lite.
When tho blood gets thin and
sluggish and creeps bully through
tho veins, and tho nrturles begin to
harden, there Is nothing that will
enrich the blood, lmproo tho clrcti
latlon and restore strength to every
backsliding organ In tbo body so
pilckly as our delicious cod llvet
and Iron tonic Vlnul. Hero Is proof.
Mrs. Michael Iltoof of Lolstou,
Pa., at S3 cars of ago was so wens
she bad to bo wheeled around In an
Invalid's chair she writes that after
taking a few bottle of Vlnol she
could inko long walks and do her
housQwork 'Hint shows how Vlnol
strengthens old people
Try Vlnol on our guarantee that It
will do oii good or lost joti nothing
Medford Vhnrmncy, Mcdford Ore
Just This I Llko tho Rojjuo Rtvor Vnlloy
DO VOI' WANT TO SELL?
Might now several buvcrs are hero lo Invest, also I hnvo friends
rouilmt here to lomto this t-prlK I would llko to know of oiir
proportion at oiue It It In a ro.ul luxestiueut wc cm do buMness.
J. 0. BARNES, 21-1 lat National Bank Bklg.
y l J If I T 1 VTtli Jr m fc"'l CNSMB, J i
And they cut out a great big goose,
And they quickly turned her looiej
A goose sure wss she
'Csuie this goose couldn't see
The superiority of GOLDEN KOI) OATS.
ril t rl ,Unp UK if.r n4 4 yrf
llMnti', 4ito lor rvMiM 111 4 aotvikir r.
Merchants Lunch at Nooi 35c
Not the elienpcHt but Jho bent.
Tori and'f Famous Hotel
' Nolcd for the Excellence
mpf'iis Cui5ine. European plaij
.Situated In tbo Hub of tlio Prluclpiil
'J'beutcr and Shopping DIMrht
Itccently Itedccoratcd and IlcfuriiMicd 'J'bioiiKbout,
mid Iletlvr IvVpilpped Today than Ker llcfojo
Kuropciiii I 'Jau
Itooms ivltboiit bath, 91.011 per day ami up
Iloonis with liatli, Jjiii.OO per day und up
a. J. KAl'FMA.WV, Miiiiager.
THE BIG SALE
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The Store WilJ Not
H. G. Kentner Co.
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