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MJ5DFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREGON".
lUnYsDAY, .TANUARY 8, 1!)M.
tra. UcrsIo C. Angel, who nr
rlvcil in .Medford n few works ngo
from Ainnrllln, Texas, tins purchased
rIx varnnl lots In Tottlo's addition,
on South Nowlown street nml now
)irs carpcntera nml hrlckninsonH nt
work putting dp n large hakcry
building on olio of them, which she
hopes to liavo ready for occupancy by
tho first of February. Hor brother.
Jny liiimsdcit nnd Contrattor N. J.
nro putting up tho building. I, W.
Sharp, n baker of twenty jenrs ev
porlcnro, two of which wero in Med
ford, and a splendid workmnn, will
The laul of tho ltoguo rlvor valley
delegation to Alberta, Canada, has
returned. It, II. Frnzce, who left
last May with his family for Cnrlutedt
came back Tuesday, nnd will make
his homo here. Three families left,
and Ml have returned. Mr, Prareo
was formerly employed In tho First
Miss Irene 1'lotnor of Medford
spent Bovernl days hero recently ba
ting nt tho home of her grandmoth
er, Mrs. M. Elllf nnc wllli other rela
tives nnd friends. Sho went to Cftn
yonUlle Wednesday evening for a
short stay nt tho home of her uncle
nnd aunt, M.r nnd Mrs, Clow .Ulen-
Milk nnd cream nt DoVoo's.
Prosecutbr Kelly was a businsss
visitor In Jacksonville this morning.
K, V, Medynskl lias an interesting
Sovcn to nine cut-
mvu vnurKO 01 inn i-imncss. .Mrs ,,!,.. , M. tnitnn. ,, i. n
Angel has nlso purrhnsed a flno bun- L,8ta ;1JW ,ceno mndo of RW,ns
gnlow homo near tho bakery. ImM by (,,h frm Trecg housM( Bnd
Tho Medford Candy company bns8now ro shown, nnd considerable nr
moved its mnnufacurlng plnnt from tstC ingenuity is brought into play
South Kront street to 29 North Grape ! n constructing the picture.
nirect, wiicrc uioy win havo more sc0 p u storm
room nnu a more uesiraiiio ami con-
vcn.oni location. ino proprietors or t,nRg n,fn,fa Undop K0Vornmcnt mountain streams, duq to ruins nnd
this concern state that during thelproJcct n 7 s. Laurel streot. 247 'molting snows. Trnlns are running
month of December. 1913. they did u , T)cknor hag rolurncd from ,mo. Knstem wall Is delaed.
three times th business they did ,wo w v,gl , fan jMlief Grwnow ot Weielu Is In tho
during the same month in 1912. M(ldfrdi JfQ ,caVQ h !clty on buncifc
Kodak finishing est in town nt moVhlns for his stoclt ranch la Lan- Shorfff Slngler Is over from Jack
Weston's. )pell valley. Mr. Tlcknor's wlfo ud ' sonvillo this morning.
H. C. Kentncr left Wednesday for dauchtcr will romn cnrlv In tho ' Walter Merrick mado n
Missoula, Moutann, whero ho will spring to spend tho summer jnonths
take up his work as a traveling saleJat thVraneh; ' Wlillo Itf M?dfordMr.
mhn for an onutern Unlttlng'flrin In Tlcknor pUrchasW a number of .milch
Montnnn, UtBh, and Wyoming. He J rov&vhlch heiylll drlv Uvtv as
will rnhirn n Mrv.lfnr.l In Ihriui' A 1 - .... '.J . I'.-'i ...
..... . v.-... ............. ... 1...1.V fuuuraa me ruaaa iRTiuiuft-rviniiiiua
George Llndley. vice president ot
the Jackson County Hank Is quite HI
nt his Slsklwm llelghts home. I
Miss Josephine Hoot has entered n '
young ladles' Vemlnnry at Palo Alto.'
Fresh lime. Medford Mir. Co.
Ktl M. Andrews is mnklng iiulte n '
hit In New York City a n librettist. I
Ho Is now working with lteglunld j
DeKoxeu on a new opera. I
Frank Fnrrell 1 In from the ranch .. ,
for u few hours. ' J
"Insurnnco your best nsset." Itnvo' The -pecm) train ot the uelirii
tho, est. Placo your Insurance with t niuidii eveiir-loit to California pull-
Holmes, tho tnsurnnco Man, right If vd into the depot ul IJ:.I0 o'clock
ho writes it. tf lhurdh noon rtiul wax met bv rep-
Followlng the rnln tho sky cleaved re-ontntive ciliren. memheiN nf Hie
nnd bright sunshine with a lp In ''"""'"rvinl eluh nml .(liiilfr MwN
thoivlr followed. ! "'l ,,'"',, l",,' I",,N', n niurli of (lie
A card from' l'rnnklo lMwanU.l,,,,v ",' ,'0"1' ,n' s,ll,w" ," ,,,,, m'-
teen miuute' lom . J.iii'iiilure mill
iniii f Ungiie Jtiver vftttev wni juv
i'iitcd to tin' ttutrkls who weie-uu.
tinted in their priiUo t Hut -un
made. Only flro department mem
'burs weie present.
this morning to n Medford friend In
dicates tho wandering Jew ta in To
Tho Koguu River Fruit nnd Tro
duce association has about 75 half
boxes of Cornice pears which nro
ready for quick consumption, mid
which will bo sold nt a very nominal
High water Is reported In nil the
EVERYONE CAN LIVE
m nr nnimumut '""rl, m ' "' ,s,ni,,, u "mttxw
IU UL ULmLllnHInn lorn-, or kmh. ouiv tin ui .r
nice helleniietil lieie IimIhn, lie until
Hie nvi'iuge iicimiii slnuilit hc In lie
I DO ,eniN of ime.
"The only leiihou the iimmiiko por
ton iIimn mil leiicli lliu leiilni'x
nuirK,'' xnld Mr. Snillli, "U lii'iuiiim
'even t litui-n tul iiriim live In lie
HATTI.r. CUr.l.K, .Muli.. .Inn H
Mr. lluyene Snnlli, HI mmim of n::o,
If miii w n nt ioiiil miiiiI, Kel It fro. n
aililivxNeil tlie iiatioiml eoiiri'iime foi I'faul. II U
TOO liATIl TO CliAHHU'V.
. A'VxiV ..
I'Olt HAI.I! Coin- fine I'nlauil Clllna
lioiirs, s iniinthi old, Jfi.Oi). Alxo
lliuiiiiiKlihieil jiIiim n wi'oiiIiik nun,
f I o.on. Ileikeloy Oii'IiiiiiIh phono
WANTHDJnpaiHHMi boy wuiiIh ponU
Hon, any kind of win li. I to far
eiieeH. Aililiess ho .1., nitiu .Mall
roil rt,l,i: Corn, phone tiSH-.IB, liH
(Willi I- nml I o'l'lmk
.. t .
W. C. Fruitt, forest ranger, expects'
to return to his post at llutton, Cal.,, ford this weA.
the first of tho week. ,
Kodak finishing, glossy or dull fin-'
Ish at J. O. Gerklhgs studio. 22 S E.
Mala St. Phono 320-.
Tho Collego Women's club will
trip (o Central Point this morning
A regiment of Yrekn Chinamen are
visiting Medford Mongolians.
Charles Young has returned from
abiiglnes trip to Gold Hill.
ajIrs. Hqbort'Tclfer ot Kugonc is
visiting friends and relatives in Med-
Dob Is in San Fran
cisco and is expected to nrrivo in
Medford in a few days.
Hob Forrest, well known In this
A. Wind, u ImiiKer of Cnlirnrv.
Minted Hint from what he eoulit vee
of the city Hint it wn- Hie iuot uli
siuiiliul Inoklin; little il Hint lib
Inul -ecu on Hie trip.
S. 1'. Hooper n hunker nf Medi
cine lint, nid he wn- -orrv Hint the
train did not -top a ila, a- Hie -tin--lune
mw M'ty iilliirlmr.
I'. I,, (lie- nf I.ueouihe. Allii., a
cnpitaliHt. -aid lie ns unim; to flop
off for three nr four dm' iit on
hi- way lisu'k. "Your alley ami eiij
look good In me.'
I). M. Rupert, trawling pu-4im;er
ngent of the &Mutliem I'aeifie, htiited
that many rnpltnlNt aiiinug the
party neie iiifinwsi'l with the fit V
ntiii Millev niiilweriiit'Uilliii; to -tnp
off in .Medford nu the uav home. All
wen1 -urprWil nml pli-iiM-ii at the
liixptnv in the t'nmmeieial chili's ex
"Upstairs, Downstairs, In ly Lady's C
i i ."
months for a visit. -Ills family re
mains In Medford.
Gcorgo Fry and wlfo of Lnko creek
arrived in Medford Wednesday for a
E. D. Woiton, commercial photog
rapher, negatives mado any tlmo or
placo by appointment. Phono M '
Lcsllo Plymnlo left Wednesday for .steams, 1C Itoso avenue on Saurday, but one rival." Mr. Forrest former-1 business man Is serloiihly III from n
Portland. Mac McArthnur accompa-ljnn 10, from two to five p. ra. An ly played nt the Star Theater, and n growth on his brnln and will bo
nied him. Interesting program Is being pre- now engaged at the Panama Cabaret operated upon shortly. "
Tho Darraccas defeated tho high pared, consisting of music and a ' in San Francisco. J Manager Hob Gordon of tho Page
school 21-18 In n rough basketball I talk by Dr. Dertba Stowart of tho Uert Anderson of Grants Pass ts Theater has been forced to cancel tint
garto nt tho Xat Wednesday night, j University of Oregon at Eugene. Do in the city for a few days. appearanco In this city of Gaby
Sugar Pine shakes. Medford Lbr. inot miss hearing her. Al members W. II. Mason of Valley City. N. D.. iDesl, who charmed tlm king -of
meet nt tho homo ot Mrs. K. W.
A. J. Iwmnn or .fnrphy; for CI
city as a piano plnycr is hailed. In years n resident of Oregon is In tho
theatrical magazine as "one of the ' city today on business.
world's greatest entertainers with J. A. Watt, former councilman and
This familiar line from "Mother Goose" siiujjcsts one of the
greatest advantages of the Perfection Oil Heater. It is so liojit and
handy it ean ea&ily be earriedaboutthe house wherever heat is needed.
Liplit it in the bedroom and dress in comfort. Take it to the bath-room-the
breakfast room-the sewing room. It keeps the house warm
Burns oil-tlu' rlw.-m- .
est fuel. Easytoliirhtand &, , vBKfe.
care ior. i ?.u'f smnL'i- LSiii .-nv
Doesn'tsmclL Kimsliivl in jtsiBV N
plain steel or blue enamel- V
...j i n .i
to sec it at your dealers. 'J ) V U 7fc- s 1
ndard Oil ikir&KY S I
ll- t !. ... .
Weeks & McGowan Co.
Day rhoBO 92T
Night F. W. Weeks 18S-J2J
A. E. Orr 78-M,
are urged to be present. arrived In Medford n couplo ot days Portugal, and Otis SMnucr famed'ac-
A. C. Joy of Coker Iiulte was a ago for n visit to nls old time friends, 'tor iu "Kismet." Inability to muiko
the Campbell boys and S. A. Nye. 'train connections nro glun
L. F. Schumackcr of Everett, i reason for cancellation.
Wash., is In Medford for a visit to Mr. ' The flro department held their an
and Mrs. V. 12. Conscr. jnnal banquet In the city hall Wdn
Cotfeen & Price havo moved their 'day, thirty ot tho regulars and vol
plumbing stock from tho bnsoment of lunto'rs being present. Tha 'plce do
Moh a Grclvc, the veteran road tho Medford Furniture & Hardware rcslstanco' was turkey lth appro
builder ot Prospect, is visiting Med- company's building, on Sixth street, prlato frills. Old times were talked
ford. to Nos. 15 arJ 17 North Fir street, over and songs sung nnd speeches
Medford visitor Thursday.
J. O. Gerklrig, tho best all around
photographer In southern Oregon..
Alays rcllabto. Negatives made any
where, timoor placo. Studio 22S
Main St. Phono 3 20-J.
nw I v'a r x v'!,,:",(w
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A New Year Announcement
I ILVVE PURCILVSED AND XOW HAVE CITAROIU OJ THE ELLIOTT BLAOKSSMITH AND HORSESHOEING SHOP, .1 PKT SOl'Tll OV Y WAdON SHOP OX
SOUTH RIVERSIDE. MR. ELLIOTT, THE EXPERT BLACKSMITH, tVtLL RKM"AJN IX CJIAUUK OK THE SHOP. HA VINO TIIIO LARtJMST VA(SON .MAK
ING ESTABLLSI1MENT, EMPLOYIXG A FDJST-CLASS WAGON MAKER AND USIXG THE BEST MATERIALS, I AM NOW
. . . .
Better Prepared Than Ever To Serve The Public
BY D01XGALL KINDS OP BLACKSMETHING AXinVAGOX WORK AND TO BUILD AN.J) Rlil'AlU AITOAIOIMLK MS I)S AND WIIIOEI.S.
AVE ALSO MAKE A SPECIALTY OF PU TTIXO JiUDBER TIRES ON ALL KINDS OK' VIOJI ICLKS.
I AM MANUFACTURING THE MITCHELL LADDER,
THE BEST ORCHARD LADDER ON THE MARKET,
AND ONE THAT GIVES UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION.
MADE IX ALL SIZES, INDORSED BY THE FRuTt
ASSOCIATIONS AND COMMERCIAL CLUB. PATRON
ISE HOME INDUSTRY AND HELP HUILD UP A PAY
ROLL FOR MED FORD.
Get your Lawn Mower
ready for Spring
ABOUT .IANUARV 15 I WILL PUT ON AN AUTOMO
BILE THAT WILL CANVASS TIIM CITY KOR SHARP
ENING AND IMPAIRING LAWN MOWERS, SHARP
ENING SAWS, GRINDING AX MS, SCISSORS AND A.LI,
' OTHER KD(IEI) TOOLS. WK WILL CALL KOR AND
DELIVER ALL WORK AND GUARANTKK TDK SAMK.
J. W. MITCHELL
36-46 S, RIVERSIDE
"Have Mitchell Do It."
Manufacturer and Repairer