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CTEDFOTtf) MATC TRIBUNE. MEDFORD. OK MOON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER. 'J5, 19111.
IN FULL SWING
TO CHANGE SITE
OF POST OFFICE
Tim li,ni(.il fnir tx in full swine: A niovo thnt threatens to fan Into
nt tho Davis building next to . !b,n" ,ho d-vlnR cmweni of tho old
nffli.... In.lnv. An nil- of fostivitv '1 "uo versus west biuo contro
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pcrrndi'H the plncc, nnd despite the
work .vol to be done the whole np
penninec of tlic lower Hour is oito
of ftplendnr. I'nlnn mid ferns with
wrcnths of holly nml preat fe-Ntoons
of Scotch broom have transformed
nn empty huildiiiK into n southern
jjnnlen. Tlio booths nro piy nnd fes
tive in their bright colors, with the
wonderful nssortment of fancy work
lidding almost pnpiti splendor to the
Hundreds of incandescent lights
versy ot years ngo was tho launch
InR ot petitions Tuesday requesting
tho national authorities to abandon
tho selected post office slto and re
locate tho structure on north Cen
tral avenue, by the purchase, of a
silo there. Three petitions were
satd to be In circulation.
Tho movo has aroused Messrs Oar
nott, Anderson and other west-slders,
who contributed to the fund for tho
purchaso of the selected site on West
Sixth street, and they assert that if
1 amS at Insn a aiitll I t. llti
.lm..1 I... it.- K....il... n. V"u v""' " "'" '" l ' '
,,,,.' ,, i i.i nto two factions again, they will pet
Merino company, who did nil the! the f hl u nro ook, for
wmnreoofelmewdllrnnsfonn The ,,clltlon8 aro Kencrall. ro.
tin; whole bmldinis into n glittering' arile 09 ,.nthped nni, rut0 nt thla
fnirylnnd nt niuht.
Mr. Vnnee of the Home Telephone
compnny 1ms donntcd nnd installed
n telephone, the number of which i
Matthews & Sons donated one
dnys draynge nnd Ends Hros. moved
tlio two pianos free of charge. On
of these pianos was loaned by the
Hale l'iano company, the other by
tho Palmer company.
Tho Cnlifornin-Orejron Power com
pnny put in two electric stoves for
use in the kitchen nnd furnish trie
There nro very magnificent Rifts
nnd nro but n few of those nctunlly
riven. Every business man in Med
fonl has como loynllv forward to nid
in this worthy cause.
Mnr Friedenthnl, who represents
Zan brothers of Portland, happened I
to bo in town nnd henrinc; of the
fair, donated n doren brooms.
It. H. Toft loaned the nipper bab
ies who hnvo a gorgeous red nnd
white booth, presided over by Mrs.
Hnfcr nnd Mrs. Willanl Campbell.
Delphinc, tho real baby doll, is
occupying the place of honor in the
baby booth. She will be used to dem
onstrate tho proper handling nnd
dressing of nn infnnt.
Pierce, the florist, has loaned n
wbolo wagon load of palms, which
ndd much to the attractiveness of
the booths. The beautiful nppear
unco of the booths is due ulinost en
tirely to the efforts of II. G. Hel-
wig or the Mcdford Furniture &
Hardware company. IIe lias worked
early and late and most untiringly.
The Mcdford Furniture & Hard
ware company gave St. Mary's nend
einy booth n beautiful mission china
closet, wh'ch will be raffled off. In
it is tho display of hand-painted
china which was done by the nrtist
sister of the St. Mary's academy.
Mrs. Hall of the Western Chinn com
pnny donated n creamer ami sngnr.
and Mrs. J. I). Hall of the Knsh ho
tel has painted n gorgeous pitcher,
almost two feet high, in conventional
ized grapes in dull green and purple,
on which cbanees will be sold.
The dining room nnd kitchen nre
In reudiness nnd beginning with din
ner at 1:30 today two dinners will
be horved ench day. There is roast
chicken today with nil tho trim-'
miiigs, and you will find pies like
mother used lo mnko not to men
tion nil tho other delicacies.
A fcplcndid musical program will
be rendered tonight under tho mun
ngement of Mrs. Jonas Wold and
Mrs. uisenberry. Miss Hamilton will
render n piano solo nnd Miss Murphy
will sing. There will bo a violin
solo by Mis Flyim.
Special music has been secured
for the dancing, which will bo under
tho management of Den Sheldon.
Tho whole upper floor has been
trail)! formed into n magnificent ball
room, where lrom 0 p. in. to 12,
"brightly the lights will shine over
fnir women nnd brave men."
Do not miss tho duiicing, which
will be n special feature every night
during Iho week.
Light refreshments will be served
following tho dunce. Tea is served
every nflornoon from 2 to 5 in the
dining room, presided over by Mrs.
time, as the only outcome will be to
further delay the construction of the
now building without effecting a
change of accepted location.
CARNEGIE AT 78
UNWILLING 10 DIE
NEW YORK, Nov. 23. ThoiiFh
this was his seventy-eighth birthday,
Andrew Carnegie was not ready to
"It you'll show me a man willing
to give mo an option on his life he
may namo his own price for It." he
told a group of his visitors. "Earth
Is such a heaven that I never want
to leave It."
Tho iron-ninster did his celebrating
In his Fifth Avenue mansion. Ho'
spent a rather quiet day. though he '
had many callers and received num
erous congratulations in person and
by uinll and wire.
Owing to the recent storms in Iho
Siskiyous Iho cnrnvun of X.nidee, the
seorofS, bus been delayed nnd she
will not arrive ns scheduled tonight,
but will ho with us tomorrow night.
Her tent will he occupied ton'lu
1 by Kauchon, a wandering gyp-y, who
bus been secured to tell fortunes
with cards. Como mid have yom
RECEPTION TONIGHT TO
The recep'ioii to the new members
of the Christian church nnd the faro
well reception to 1). I). Hoylo will
bo held nt the church this evening,
not WcdiiCfdav evening, as formerly
nnnounced. Good program, follow
ed by n luncheon. All members of
the church, their rclutius nud near
friends nre invited.
SM4S'4C4'4S l4S'i-$H4$l44$-4l S
Founded by W. I. Vawter in 1888 to meet the needs and
requirements or a growing community.ror banking service
If you know Suh ti
ling's Best as well is
wo do you would buy it
The onlv way to
learn how good it is, is
to try it.
If you try it and don't
like it better than any
other, your grocer will
return vour inonew
"Please send mo a can ot
Schilling's llest Coffee."
"All right" "Good by."
Now a quarter century under same management
Capital . ' .
Progressive, but Conservative
Courteous to All, but Careful in Credits
Your Account Solicited
The Joy of
Theio In (treat HiitUfartlon In mh'
feet vImIoii; h Joy uiiHiioaluihlo, hul,
iiiiforttiiintcly, iiiiiny eyes nre dnfoo-
liuHirfert sluht can, Jn nunrly all
ciinch, ho rcHtoiml hy iiroterly itroiiud
leiisesi howover, thorn miiMt flritt bo
n inothodlenr, selentlfln examination
of ench ititiNelo ami every pint of the
Our host cltUoiin will loll yon that
my inmlnntloiiH aro oxIiiuihIIio mid
my wbrlt Hiloiitirio nnd lui'tiiiito.
Hulto t.H, t)ur DcucI'h
1 hnvo Just reeolvod n cuuNlKiitiient of
which I wUti to veil at olii'o.
L. H. HOUSTON
One mile cat of Talent,
W. I. Vawter, President G. R. Lindley, Vice-President
C. W. McDonald, Cashier
RALPH PIKE WINNER
OF THANKSGIVING SHOOT
About twenty-five Medford flints
attended the Mtoot on the Henr Creek
Junction range this morning, nnd
another large delegation went thin
nftcmoon. Knlph l'ike carried off
(lie morning honors. eciiriii" two
turkeys, n gooe nnd chicken. Mod
of thoso who attended returned with
wnno kind of n fowl. Xo bcore a
TEN DAYS IN JAIL
Joe King, n young man, was pen
tcnoed to ten days in the county juil
this afternoon by Justice Taylor ii
on his plea of guilty of ntlemptin
to Men! n ride in mi empty boxcar
from the Southern Pacific. The
en tch wiik made by Special Agent
Hums liiht Friday night.
Make This and Try It
This HomeOlade Hcmcdr tin.
no Equn! for rronipt
Thore are more than 9G0 licensed
employment agencies In Loudon,
up than you could buy ready made
$2.00. it keeps perfectly and tabtea
Mix one pint of granulated sugar with
Vt pint of warm water, and stir for 2
luiiiuk-. J'nt 2fa ouncei of Pinex (fifty
cents' worth) in a pint bottle; then add
the Sugar Syrup. Take a teaepoouful
terx one, two or three hours.
Tills simple remtdv takes hold of a
cough more nulcklv than anything else
you ever tiled. t'unllj' conquers an
ordinary cougti Inalde of 21 hours.
Splendid, too, or whooping cough,
spasmodle croup and bronchitis. It
stimulates the appetite and is slightly
laxative, which helps end a cough.
iiils makes more and better cough
1'inex is a moht valuahlo conccn
tiated compound of Xorway white plno
extract, and is rich in gtmlocol and
other naturol plno elements which aro
so healing to the membranes. Other
preparations till not work in this plan.
Making cough syrup with Pinex and
sugar syrup tor strained honey) has
proven so popular throughout the United
States and Canada that it is often
mltated. Jlut the old, successful mix
ture has never been equaled.
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction,
or money promptly refunded, goet with
this preparation. Your druggUt has
Pinex or will get It for you. If not,
send to The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
MUSTEROLE, The Great
Remedy for Rheumatism
It stops tho twinges, loosens up
those stuftenod Joints and muscles
makes you feel good all over.
-inousandg who use
MUSTEROLE will toll
w)iat relief it gives from
Soro Throat, Dronchl
tls, Tonsllltls, Croup,
Stiff Neck, Asthma,
Congestion, Pleurisy, Rheumatism,
Lumbago. Palna and Aches of tho
Hack or Joints, SpralnB, Soro Muscles
Rrulses, Chilblains, Frosted Feet nnd
Colds (It prevents Pneumonia.)
Doctors and nurses frankly recom
mend MUSTEROLE as a substitute
for tho old messy mustard plaster.
Large hospitals use it.
At your druggist's in 2Cc and 50c
Jars, a special largo hospital slzo for
Accept no substitute.
If your druglst cannot
supply you, send 25c
or 50c to the MUSTER
OLE Company, Cleve
land, Ohio, and we will
mall you a Jar, post
Joseph r, Swords, Sulphur, Okla.,
says: "Your Mustorole is very effi
cacious, it haa dono away with my
Rheumatic pains and aches In a won
derfully short space of time."
Tho Home of
g FRESH LVCRY DAY
This is the time of year to 'feel thankful and wo do. WVro glad we're
alive we're grateful to you all for the splendid business we're doing and
we're tickled half to death with the condition of things in general, and the
chance to say so.
AVc can count our troubles off on our fingers and have two or three
thumbs left over. It's a prosperity year for everybody what's the use til!
looking glum! Cheer up smoke up dress up, and put an edge on the ax
that's waiting for the Turk.
Now, since looks outside have so much to do with feelings inside (and vice
versa), we're going to "dress u'p' some, put on our Sunday best, decorate our
place of business and in general look as happy as we feel.
"Why don't you do likewise? You've no idea what a difference now, fresh,
stylish Clothes will make in your feelings. Try it and see. You've a heap of
things to be thankful for you know it. Then look it "Thanksgiving Day"
of all days in time for the Turkey Dinner.
You'll find the very best of Thanksgiving Clothes and fixings here, new
Suits, swell Overcoats every good style and model tho latest things in Hats,
Neckwear, Shirts and Hose everything that men and boys wear at right
Let, us turiiUh souin of our
For tho Thaiihsglvlng Feast Fresh
From Our Own Factory
If It roiues from this storo It wilt ho
strictly pure and first class.
Also nlcu Hun of Thanksgiving I'aVors
Always in Earnest
H t I A V
The Home of
Wc tiffcr herewith for tho
big feast delicacies ami ne
cessaries selected from tho
four corners of the earth.
They are all strictly first
class and the prices are right.
Citron, Mince Moat,
Orango and Lomon Peel
All Kinds of Pickles and
Dates from Egypt
Figs from Smyrna
Cranborrios from Capo Cod
Golden Butter from tho
Now crop all kinds Nuts
Staple and Fancy Orocerles
Wo giveS. & 1 1.(1 reen Trad
Prompt attention to Phono
Orders to M