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M-BDJfOm) MAIL TU I HUN 10, MMDKOUI), ORKdON. iMONHAV. IWim.'ARY !). WW.
.ludgo V. M Calkins of tlio circuit
court In Grants ran today, hearing
arftttnionts In a civil action. Ho will
resume sessions at Jacksonville Tues
Two operations (or 'appendicitis
wore porformod nt Sacred Heart hos
pital Friday ntnl Saturday of la,t
week. Mis Ola KclMer. a teacher In
tlio Washington school was operated
upon Friday, and owing to an ad
vanced state her condition Is re
porto serious though not critical.
Miss Evelyn Taylor -was operated
up6n Saturtlay morning (or the same
affliction, and her condition Is re
ported satisfactory. Miss Taj lor Ji
employed as a long distance operator
by tlio Home Telephone company.
M. Purdln, lawyer, rooms 4 and 5
Itlalto building, opposite First Na
W. V. Harmon of Grants Pass
spent Sunday In this city visiting
with relatives and friends.
Physicians report that during the
last month there has been quite an
epidemic of quinsy throughout the
Rogue river valley In general.
Your Insurance Is right 1( Holmes
writes it, let him write It right, right
Don ltader expects to receive defi
nite word from the Whlto Sox tht.
week regarding hts 1914 contract
with tho team, or where they will
farm him for more seasoning.
Attorney Canaday attended o
legal business In Jacksonville Satur
Ten day's sowing for JS.OO. Kcls-
ter'sj Ladles' Tailoring College, rooms
6-7, St. Mark's block, corner Main
and Holly. 277
Walter Merrick made a business
trip to Central Point this afternoon.
F. Dora of Santa Rosa, Cal.. Is
spending a few days in the city on
II. A. Young of Englo Point Is vis
itlug friends and relatives In this
city for a few days.
Sec Tumy for fire Insurance.
AW M. Snow of Klamath Falls Is
transacting business in this city this
P. I). Ulackdon of Climax Is a busi
ness visitor in the city today.
Model Ilakery goods at Do Vocs.
Karl Ilccson of Talent was a vis
itor in Mcdford Sunday afternoon.
C. H. Fowler of Denver, Colo., is
registered at the Nash Hotel.
For rent. Flno'ofTico rooms froin1
IG.00 to J1S.00. W. T. York, 413
M. F. & 11. Dldg.
J. Vogell of Eagle Point is making
preparations for tho celebration of
hts birthday this week. Judgo Wlth
Ington Is master of arrangements and
poet laurcato of tho occasion.
Frederick Harrington and wife of
Los An roles are spending a few days
J. O, Gerking, tho best all around
photographer in southern Oregon
Alays reliable Negatives mado any
where time or place. Studio 228
Main St. Phono 3 20-J.
It. It. Mlntor, the sheep king or
Jackson county is in tho city todav
attending to busineis matters and
A. Wilson an 6. P. employe nt
Colestln Is spending a few days in
Kodak finishing, glossy or dull fin
ish at J. 0. Gerklng's studio, 228 E.
Main St. Phono 320-.
Vance Colvlg who has been travel
ing Jn Northern California In the In
terests of tho Korinek Veterinarv
company returned to Medford Mon
day for a short vllst.
Irwin Click man and wife of Sonttle
nro registered at tho Medford Hotel.
Tumy writes bother fire Insurance.
Miss Nell Storm who has been HI
for the last six weeks has returned
to hor position at tlio Palace cf
Tho tranquility of tho Sabbath in
tho neighborhood of tho S. P. depot
wan disturbed by a drunken woman,
whose name Is withheld by tlio police
She made affectionate advances tow
artls everyono in sight, and created
snvor.il scenes, by Insisting on hug
ging total strangers. Most of tlio S
P employes on duty woro targets for
her caresses. Sorgeant Pat Mcgo es
corted tlio lady to her home, break
ing down a fcuco en route, ho al
leges. Try our flour, Johnson's Best.
H.1G; Muo Stem, $1.33; None Hot
tor. 1. I). Brown, Rubs Mill, Flour
Bob Forest, well known In this
city as a piano player and entertainer
has returned to Mcdford after an
eight month's absence, which In
cluded u visit to every city of im
portance in the land.
Ralph Knox of Ashland spent Sun
day la Moil ford visiting friends.
Tho recent high water In Hear
rrtfok caused a slIghT shifting irr the
channel of Hint, pioneer stream, tho
main current, now lilrecung Its 'ef
forts against the ?ast bank, A
grave! bar has been deposited direct
ly behind the middle pier of the
bridge. The old channel was on the
west side, and a constant menace to
the Medford laundry's woodpile.
It I). Snilthson of Toppenlsh,
Wash., was a business visitor In Med
ford for a few hours Sunday, leaving
this morning for Los Angeles.
Milk and cream at DoVoo's.
A l! Miller has returned from a
trip to his much property In Klam-
Jasper T Younglngston of Mon
tague, Cal., Is registered at tho Med
Remember Tumy writes fire Insur
ance. The spring like weather of Sun
day brought out Medford people by
the scores, and many auto trips were
made Into the country. The air was
balmy. Quite a few fishermen wan-
dered down to their favorite haunts,
and boys played ball and marbles in
tho alleys. The night however win
crisp and cold.
The basketball team of the high
school will next face the Ashland
high school, omo day this week not
For sale. Five room houso on
paved street, paving partly paid.
City water. J600.00. Better than
paying rent. W, T. York, 419 M. F.
& H. Bldg.
'Tho Tango and tho latest dance
music played between pictures by
Rob Forest tonight at the It Theater.
The very best In photoplays. If
you're feeling blue or sore clip this
out and present It at the door. You'll
be admitted free tonight, and you'll
come some more.
Fresh lime. Mcdford Lbr. Co.
$1000 to loan on first mortgage.
J. W. Wakefield, insurance man.
Lawyers Carkln and Taylor have
moved from Central avenue Into
three larger front offices on Main
street over Hasklns and Boyden's
Chas. W. Whitley, general manager
of.thu American Smelting and Refin
ing company and Gouflcld Smelting
company of Salt Lake City, spent
Sunday In Medford inspecting or
chards with Professor O'Gnra. He
was much pleased with the valley.
Try our flour, Johnson's Best.
$1.15; Blue Stem, $1.35; None Bet
ter. L. B. Brown, Russ Mill, Flour
A. C. Allen and children have re
turned from a month's visit In Cali
fornia. Mrs. Allen remains in San
ITrancUcaor rv-ww'.or ten days, ,
Sugar Pine shakes. Mcdford Lbr.
II. C. Bingham of tho Mlra Vista
orchards has returned from Santa
E. D. Weston, commercial photog
rapher, negatives mado any time or
placo by appointment. Phone M
Order your nice Juicy beef steak
from booth 12, public market. 27.'.
Senator Von der Hellen of Wellen
was a Medford visitor Monday.
C. A. Do Voe, Medford agent for
the Portland Oregonlan, 418 W.
Main. Phono 122-R.
Fred Lewis of Wellen is in tho
city today on business. He Is recov
ering from an operation on his foot
for blood poisoning.
W. L. Chappell of tho Medford
creamery quotes the price of butter
BEGINS AT HANCOCK
INJURED IN EXPLOSION
OF GAS AI
llANYOTlC. Mith., Feh. 0, Tlio
oongrixlotlal iniuir. ititn the Mich
igan conper miner' -tnkc vd "sched
uled, t begin ut.jlui city Imll hero
this afternoon. Hundreds of milter
were pouring into the town from nil
parts of the district to htjcml' the
henring. Almftf J'drly of tli'ciu wete
to appear n-i' wltue&ci.
Clininuati Taylor nniiouneetl that
Imke Orant, a well-known ('lilcnipi
newspaper num. would roptosout tlio
federal industrial commission.
Member, of the intpiisitorin, hoard
niil the hourlncs here would lust
about three weeks, ns thev liae
nearly .(K witnesses to examine, nnd
that then they will jo to Lansing to
lienr the stone- told of the strike 1
Uovernur Ferris and other state of
ficers. The Michigan strike begun July 'J.'l,
101-1. The strikers deiunuded mi
eight-hour day, a $3 minimum wago
for miners, a .:i.."0 minimum for
trimmers, abolition of one-mini drill
ers and union recognition. Origin
ally 115,000 men struck and !u00 are
Michigan'- entire militia, 2400 men,
lias been in the field.
It wn estimated thnt the men have
lost $0,000,000 in wages nnd the em
ployers .510,000,000 through Mi-pen
sion of the copper mine.
The Inquiry was provided for by
the time by tho eating resolution,
adopted by tho house of ropresonta
tlves In Washington January 17. Tho
Investigating body is a sub-commit
tee of the houso committee on nilne.
The resolution specified tho fol
lowing subjects to bo especially
Whether the postal service
been Interfered with.
Whether tho Immigration
have been violated.
Whether clttens have been
rested and tried in violation of
federal constitution nnd laws.
Whether agreements and combi
nations hnvo caused conditions con
trary to law for controlling the pro
duction, transportation and sale of
Whether arms and ammunition
have been shipped Into tho field to
exclude, the mine's product from Inter-state
Whether peonage has or does ex
If any or all of these conditions
exist, what caused them.
It was expected tho deportation of
President Moer of the Wostern Fed
eration of Minors , from Hancock
would bo thoroughly sifted out.
Miners officials said Moyer would bu
hero to testify and the local authori
ties rospondod that. If he did, ho
would be arrested under a warrant
charging him with conspiracy as
would flvo others of the federation"
national officers, similarly Indicted.
An t'plo-iiin of gasoline in the
I'mnucc of tlio Ho Spray company
nt Talent Saturday niftht liurlml '
I!. Johnson, nn einploxe, liKed Jlfi,
'ingle, uvinhtft the tde of (no build
ing, Inutility: Uie'Udu tVduY hi Ttteo
mid furmmuf. , Skin grafting, tuny
he necessary,' ilolunfon's condition is
repotted by Or. K. K. ijcoly ns Mit
isfhetory. The accident oceuried when
Joltn.ni, thinking lie smelted oonp
ing gasoline, opened tlio furnace
door, tho rush of cold nir upon tho
liontcd fiiiuuco giatos cmtsinj- the
lorinatiou of the .is, which explod
ed with loud report The propoity
damage is about ."i0.
COLONIAL STOCK . CO.
SPLENDID SALE FOR
PIRATES OF PENZANCE
So far there has boon a suletidld
sale for tho ptodiirtlou ol "The Pi
rate of Poiisniieo" at the Pane Tues
day and Wednesday tilRhts of thl
week, and overrlhlug Indicate the
most stfrrossful of any of the en
joyable "home talent" pyifoitnitne
that Mcdford has been mi ptotid of In
tho past. Tho last Koiieral mlicnrwAl
has been held with rompluto com
pany mid orchestra and those who
witnessed It, say It will be hard to
linproui on It at tho legulnr ulRlit
jiorfotmauco. One of the special foa
t iii om will ho the orcbestta of ton
men and Sullivan's sparkllUK tuusie
will bo rtttltiKb lutorpiotod. This
production Is for a most worthy ob
ject and )ou will certainly got far
more vnlue than the pilro oii pay
for admission as the prices hae Imvii
made very low ."i0, 7.'i and $1 00
Hlopi'i while uiiiiMiially hoay, liuo
been of Imincuso benefit to ntetuii'd
ami agi'li'iilturo In gotiontl, AI it i
porUihv'lii my knowledge of Callfor-
iila has the outlook been ho rawmtlilo
roi M'tid noptt nnd pi'onpoiiiuit coitdl -t
lit it m for ciiiplowir mid mnplojo."
JUICE FOR INDIA
The Colonial I'luu'rs opened their
season of stuttk tit tlio Page Sunday
night in "The Trnttic," one of lnt
ear's most lurid dniumtio offerings
on the white .slaxe evil. All thiita
considered, the company handled the
play creditably mid received ap
plause mid curiam culls often. The
east i well lialmiccd mid lme more
real acting ability than is usually
found in a ten, twent' mid thin'
combination. However, they will liaxe
to overcome the tasciitatioit left lo
cally by a week of Irish comedy, a
half dozen chorus girls mid liberal
ue of the slapstuk
Coiintv Clerk O.irdnor this morn
ing tiled his dcol.irutions of inten
tion to run for re-election for the
office he now holds upon he repub
lican ticket, Mihjpvt to the re-nlt of
the regular iiriiimrio, .Martin Mo
DoTiough hits been mentioned liy h
number of friend i n candidate for
the clerkship iiiu the dcnuo-ratto
ticket. . .
HOLDS ANNUAL MEET
The Jack nnville l'oiiering com
pnll has this week I evolved mi or
der from (,'aloiittn, India, for thicc
cnos of their lumen Rogue Itivor
ginpo juice with the pioieet of ad
ditional ordoi. in the near future.
The foreign ioidont in llntlli In
dia nro lui-go consumer of fruit
juice of tlilforenl kinds mid their
good judgment is evidenced by the
order to our local factory. Post,
IIK.Vmm'K At his late rrsi
donee, :t 10 Knight street. Simdiiv,
KehniHrv S, at Hi: 10 n. in., (leorge
Henry llendnek, aged 00 ri, I
mouths nnd '0 dnv, a iintite f
Now York. Kunornt ericis ttill bo
hold at the l'liritwii church Tues
day, rVliiiinrv 10, at '2 p. ., Itev. I..
('. llmilman otfieiating. liitoruietit
in I. O. O. F. remoter under the
auspice, of the (1. A. It.
I'lXK CITItl'S CIHII.
t'allforula lln Itiimiei- Year Ion
oral Outlook Promising
fat to tho dairyman at 22c. 274
Weeks & McGowan Co.
Day I'liono 227
Nlht F. W. Weeks 103-Ji:
l'bKies A, E. Orr 07H-M
t-f-t-t-f-f-f-f-t-f -f-t-i-rifr-f"f -rt-rn"!
Tho woes and tribulations of the
n. V. Klndor family lllng on Orlf
fln creek, occupied the attention of
Circuit Judge F. M. Calkins Saturday
afternoon. In the divorce proceedings
filed, following the sensational ram
pajro a week ago In Prosecutor Kelly'j
office. Tho taking of testimony will
bo resumed Tuesday afternoon. At
torney Canady represents Mrs. Kin
der, and Attorney liurden, the hus
band. The principal contention lies In the
division of tho property. The fam
ily has uu estimated wealth of J23,
000 consisting of farm land In Texas,
Missouri and this county. Mrs. Kln
dor contends that this property was
accumulated through Inheritances
left her by relatives, though when tho
deeds were mado out Kinder '.
named as cjtial owner though ho
put no rush Into (tie purchases, nnd
tho children ate burred by the ar
ticles froni-inh-irl'.lui any of tho
lund should tl j uu-turr dlo.
Tho caio will bo completed Tuos
day and a decision Is expected at
once. Much Interest Is being mani
fested in tho trial, and friends main
tain they will never live apart ovon
if a divorce Is granted. Kinder told
Prosecutor Kelly, "lie could novor
llvo with, or without his wlfo."
E SPEED L
The great bronze tatue, of Freedom
surmounting tlio capltol- dome in
Washington is nlnoteen feet six
Inches high nnd weighs nearly Ip.OQ
Four motorcyclists June
teercd their services without
Chief of J'olico Jlitt-oii. Their du
DCs will uoiinist of catching the spied
of fcllow-cyi-Iits mid fiutoUts nnd
report tho machine's number to the
police. Warnings had been issued to
nutoists ugtiiii-t violation of the
fclime uriel are due for wpeedinf
on Hast .Main street. AutoifcU, mid
in home cases diiiuoiistraiors of new
cars, delight in seeing how hint they
can scorch off the east incline of
Hotels iiml lodging houses have
made complaint,, that unto trucks in
the early Morning vvnko up thuir
guests by leaving (he imif Jlvm open
mid needless tooting of shrill horn
Chief IlittMin miiiouuccs that tint or-
(liuaiicit -ovcriug this point will hi
The iitmunl rook!ulIers' meeting
and election nf ottieers it the ltogue
Htver Fruit mid Produce a-oci.ition
will be held 'litRcday morning at 10
o'clock in the public hbrnrv. The
business progress; of tin: last jear
will be reviewed find plans for the
coming season discussed.
About a hundred unemployed men
are In Mudford atid Ashland In tho
hopes, 6f tecurlng worfc on tho' con
struction of tho Pacific highway.
About 75 laborers have arrived slnco
Saturday, and for tho most part havo
a few dollars In their pockotH, They
gathered around tho Commercial
club this morula?:, and woro willing
to accept any kind of work. For tho
most part they aro substantial look
ing workers. Jinny ownors of teams
In tho valley are figuring on secur
ing work. Htnto Highway Knglnoor
'Uowlby Js duo hoio Woilnendny,
Praise Mr'fodd Dust.
Tho fame of tho Hold Dust Twins
has spread so .far and their ropul'i
tlons bavo bocomu so general that al
most every mall Wings to tho N. K
Falrbauk company, Chicago, letters
of praise from tired housuwlvea who
hnvo lightened their housework with
'I wnnt jnu to know and to thank
you for your wonderful dlscovory of
Cold Dust," said .Mrs. Louts W.
Hatty, lloo.nenton, III., In a recent let
tor to tho Falrbunk company. "I
could not keep bousowltlioiiujt in
my kitchen worlc'nnd'wiiMilfigs nro
a hundred per tout lighter hIiico til
ing Cold Dust. When I first began
keeping house I 'iiBcd nil Kinds of re
cipe for wanning, biit to no nvall. I
really thoutshl I could never continue
to do my washings under the old
way of washing clothes until I tried
Cold Dust. Now my vvushlngH uro
done in half. es, less than halt tho
tluio and tlinv aro clean, too, and I
don't feel tired out as I did bofoio.
I of ton think that If you woro going
to stop making Cold Dust, I would
bo tempted to lay In a great supply
to laht forover.
"1 am really thankful ror tho Cold
Dust Twins and recommend It when
ever I havo the opportunity." 274
CIIICAC.O. Fob. l. -N O. McCor
mlck. vlre-prosldout nf the Southern
Pacific railway. In nn Interview today
at the Chlrago club, Mated:
"I recently spent several dajs Pi
the orange groves of Southern Call
fortila. Crower estimate this sea
son's shipments will amount to at
least in, 000 cars of orange. Weat'i
er condition lotvu been Ideal and lb
fruit has matured perfectly In fact
I have never tatd better oranges
"ArrAUKotueuts have bti com
pleted bv tin railroad to mov lh
oranges In refrigerator car, will in
sure the delivery of ripe fruit In
"The recent rainfalls on the Piniflc
IF STOMACH IS
Wl Pape's Dlepciedu" Item lies
Stomal li all Indigestion, (.'as mill
Having sold tho Itoguo Ttlvor
creamery biihlnesH to W. I-. Chappell,
anil glvo possession February I, tl
accounts duo the creamery to Feb. 1,
aio duo and payable to mo. Jlr.
Chappoll Is an exporloncod creamery
man and J bospcalc for hi in yqur
hearty support, '
103 KAHIi C. CADDIS.
If you want good wood, get It from
Frank II. Hay.
TOO I(ATi: TO CliAHHWX.
l-'OH ItlJNT .1 loom Ijoiiho, close In
All conveniences? cheap. 417 Jay
St., off Ho Oiikdalo. 271
You don't want a slow reined)
when your stomach Is bad or an un
curtain olio- or a harmful one
your stomach I toe valuable; ou
mustn't Injure It with drastic drugs.
Pape's Dlapepsln Is noted for Its
sliced In giving relief; Its harmless
linns; Its certain unfailing action 'u
rugulatliiK sick, sour, gassy stom
achs. Its million of cures In Indi
gestion, dyspepsia, gastritis and
other stomal h trouble has Hindu it
famous tho world over.
Keep this perfect htomnch doctor
In your home keep It handy get a
large flfty-ceut rase from any drug
store and then If anyone should eat
something which doesn't agree with
thorn; If what thoy eat lavs like
lead. fermontH mid south and forms
gas; nausea; eiuctatlons of at Id and
undigested food remember as soon
us Pape's Dlapopslu comes In foutuct
with the stomach all such dlstresi
vanishes, Its promptness, icrtaln'v
and case In overcoming the worst
stomach disorders Is a revelation to
those who try It
NEAREST TO EVERYTHING
I ST. -isSsOTARnCLl.l
licit located and moit popular
hotel in the Cityi circulating Ice
water Jn every mom,
EipecUl attention to Udtes
Excellent, rrasonubly priced grill.
Meet your friciuli at the Msinx.
r.ucuptan I'lan Il-ltt J 1, CO lip.
Manati'ment, Chatter W. Ktllty
Announcement of Removal
V hereby announce (he removal of (he lr. S.
Cafe from H7 Smith hVonl nfrerl lo oiii' new tiiai'
lers, 10 North I'Yonl, Kinsman building.
On March I, l!)l I, we will open a I'lrnl-clas cafe.
We welcome all tttti' old cuwloniers o our new home
tint! solicil new patronage.
Our molle: 'Mltiotl service, ('leaiiliiiems, (inilily."
(Jive us a trial.
DIOK PFEIFFER & CO.
Don'l Kur-'et the
To lie t;ten b the Loal OrtU-r of Moose til their
hall.' 1! I!. West Main Sheet, on
WEDNESDAY EVE, FEBRUARY 11
.Music furnished b llnelriKiy nud Mr. IJoiiitcr
SOLUBLE SULPHUR ,
The PHOOl' of the PfDDINtl Is ill TIIK l'TIN(l After bvlii
used 700 toils of SOI. fill. K St 1,1'ltl It. or the ellivalellt of I4.0U0 I
barrels of stork solution whlc'i wat done In I'.M t, whv have the
tinlem for SOI, PHI. I! Sll.l'llt'lt for I'JIl already rwuhod a.ooo.- J
000 pounds? Answer. I'lrst, beraiKe It l more offlrlent. ssxotid. I
because It Is cheaper, third, bviuuiu It Is nioto satisfactory to
,",,",u, koiis.i.i:iiv j
KOGUi: RIVER FRUIT AND PRODUCniASSOCIATION
ROClli: KIVER CO-OI'ERATIVi: ASSOCIAriON
Latta & Hopkins
f J rowers of llijdi (intde Kruit Trees, Apple and
Pear Trees are our specialties. Stock one-year-old
trees on three-year-old roots. Some of bent orchards
in the vallev are set to our trees. Numerics near
Central Point. .Medford offii c, room ID'J, M. V & II.
building. Phone 8(S!)-I.. Kxperieuci'shttws that homo
grown, acclimated trees are the best.
PATRONIZE HOME NURSERIES
Jackson County Bank
Quarter of a Century
Has Rendorod Capablo and Efficiont Sorvico to tho
In tho Way of Safe Commercial
Its Equipmont is Modern.
Its Facilities Not Excelled.
Its Officors Courteous and Progressive
Its Customors aro Asfiurod an Efficiont and Sat
isfactory Banking Sorvico.
Capital $100,000 Surplus $75,000
W. I. Vawlcr, Pres. (J. U. I.indlev, N'ice-Pres.
(. V. .MeMonald, Cashier.'
The largo ostato I was to rocoivo haH
been tied up in tho courts by a snssa
frasondum. Wlien the lawyors got through with
it thore may bo nothing loft for mo. In
tho meantime I am not looking for sym
pathy just a little new businoss from
you, MR. OR MRS. READER. Fall
Fivo Per Cont Discount on Sales of
$1.00 or over.
C. S. Butterfield