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medford matl truhine. medfotit). Oregon. Monday, fep.ruary
.1. (I, Ailiim, Ilic tfiniii'iiiiicc in mi
(i'IIhI of Mm AiiIi-NiiIoihi IcMKiii', ml
ilroMKCil u m(i n't itimvd of iunily a
tlioiisntiil Hiiltinliiy at'tt'l'iiiinii. lie i
tlio most iuiliiin fiKiiKi on lint Inn
pi'i'iiiii'ii plat I'm mi luiluy.
Kuiulny iil'li'inooii Siipi'iiiiti'iuli'iil
U. I'. Million iiihI I'ii'lil Hi'i'ri'liiiy
(Ini'iuK N. Tn.vliir Kiioki In mi mull-
I'lii'c whli'li I'otupi'llnl llui bringing "'
villi elnilr iatii Hi" lii'Mt M. I;.
I'lmii'li. Mr. Tn lor in a loial mini.
owning n imiii'Ii lii'iii ami lumnt; IU-
il anil wot l,nl In'in. I In i no) tin
.Mr. Taylor who In IuiihIIimk tin pin
liilillion pally work iiiiiIim' it W'w
psiMiilonytn of "Oat In Win."
Tim pri'twai'i' of tln-nn ini-ii Ihth
at tliU lime In a piiro I'uiiii'lili'iii'i,
ami I hoy aro imt in anv way oii
ni'oti'il with llio "Out to Win" prohi
bition patty taoMiaint. Tlmy arc nut
'iiontatiiiK tin' jnllmv pliilKi'H whli-h
aro plt'ilp to iili' tin' party ticki-l.
In common with tin) W. ('. Ti I.
tlicy aro iiililnt: tho orxniiirulioii for
Oii'Kon .Ii y. 'IhU is an initiali'H
ini'MMiiri'. .So paity hat any ooiini'i'
Hon with it. It i at tho hotlont of
tin' Inillot, Hopiirato from all tiol.i'K
ami it in not ncowwiiiy for a utot
to Mito fur tho paity or kIkii Hio
ynllow i!oilo in onlrr to voU "Oto
Orison in wot, mini Mr. Mutton,
liiomiNo lliri'i'.fitllm of tho taaloM of
nliiiK o failoil to oto mi oitnoi
lilo f tho ipiotioii in llll II. Tho
Aiitl-SMlooti li'aipio ami tho . I. P.
l aro in paring to pt thin sluy-nt-Imiiio
oti to tho pull. Thit oonniy
will soon ho orxmiixcil hv tlirin mnl
plnloH o en to tho miIU ami oto
oironlnti'il. Hal nt a joint mooting
In I'ortlaml hold ihoo oryHiiiatioiix
pli'ilKdl nut to rironlHto tho ynllow
'Out to Win" plnlKOK or tin prulu
hltion pHrty. It in ntmim-il to hoM
mllliw In I'M'i-y ni'huolhuiixo ami
M'ronally mimi nvoiy otor whuo
iwino i nut on llio IhL pull H"t.
Thi' i'uuo iiion ami tin iiul.v
o.-utivo I'oinmittio of tho W. I'. T. V.
aro in oonfori'iioo IhU aftomoun
porfootimj thoir plaiiH. Thoir effort
will do Kiioiil iirnii'ipiillv on tlio miiv-
at homo. Tho IihiI oilii,nhip of
MuiiiI people imiM ho iiM'rounio,
Nmirlv ttwrv tii-iit'lioiiii i a ilry
at hoart. Itiintnition ilny will
pruhahly ho phinni'il for tho purport
of koH'I'K wuiaoii to roKitor.
RITCHIE 10 MEET
HAN I'ltANC'ISCO. Cnl., I-"il. 0
Clininplon Wllllo Itltrhlo nnmitincoil
Imtny Unit ho hn( nrroptci tonus
from I'romotor Atnlrow Tor n ton
round tioat In .MlUnukco tho nornml
wuok In .March with Ail Woliinst.
Tho match wns on rtKnln whoii An
itrow mitldoil Itltrhlo by wlrn Hint
ho rnubl isnnrMituo him 10,000 anil
a prlvlb'Ko of nrroptliiK forty por coal
of tho rocrlpm.
Itltrhlo will lonvo with bin rnnnn
Kor, llnrry I'oloy, for n California
inmintiiln rottort to IiokIii proar:i
tloiiM for tralnliiK for tho iimtoh In a
BANK BUSIED BY
MliMI'IIIM, Tinn., I-Vli. l. Itn
Niirplim ami oapilal wlpoil out, with
a Ioxh oM'oi'iliiiK .:i(l())(llH), tho Mor
oanlilo National bank horo failoil to
opon ittt ilooirt toilay. Its ilirootoiK
iinnoiincoil iti iiiHolvonoy I'ollowiiiK a
Snmlay aflornoon inoctiiij,', at wbicli
thoy iliMoovoroil its comlitioii.
In thoir Klatoniont thoy hlanu'il
I'ri'Hiiloiit C llnntor Unino, who wiih
Haiti to lia vo lost $500,000 Hpci'iiliit
iiiK' in ootton, Kainu t ill noil ovor his
porHonal ostato, cxtinintoil to ho
worth Hllll .flOO.Ono.
N'KW YOUIC, Pub. 0,Tbo pollco
roBiimeil toilay thoir rmsailo amilnst
Now York Kiinmon. Two liiinilroil
diituctlveri woarlim black iiiiiuKh com
polbul art tunny Kiinmon, plckpockota
and Biiapoctuil crookti, arroHtud sliu-o
Hatiinlay uliiht, to run tho cnuutlct
or thoir Bcrutlny. In tho three wcoks
of activity aualiiBt the KiuiKHlora, tho
pollen bavo conflBcutml .ll'G rovolvora,
1!7 blackjacku ami C000 worth of
pluudur, Au oxoiIiig of urimlualu wus
lit prourouu toilay,
CALLS ON WILSON
WASHINGTON'. 1'ib, I). (loM'inor
Maitiii II. Olynn of Now Voik mnl
William I'. .MoCombi, ohiiiimiin of
tho ili'inooiatic nalioiial oummitloo,
woio oiilli'iM toilay nt tho white
Ihmii.0, Thoy ii'fimotl to iIUoiihm tho
objcot or HnJir mooting with tho pron.
iilonl, but it wiih nnihirfttooil that thy
laltor promiM'il to lunik Wlllimn ('.
IMioiii with tho ontlro powor of the
.Vow Voik Mull' ilwiioemlio commit
It wax iiNo ropoiloil that the
uiicmIii f ii'ttniiK ClmrlcH I'. Mur
phy at lonilcr of Tamiiinny Hall w-ili-i'ii-,
WAUSAU PAPER MILL
BURNS, L0SS$1 .000.000
WAl'HAI'. Wl. Fob 0 - Tho
Wmmau 1'npnr Mill rompntiy'i $.
000.000 plant at llroknw wan tinrn
ItiK thi afternoon. I'lrcmon ami np
luirntim wuru mint from born to nlil
In tbn effort to wivu It. Wlron be
tween bore unit llroknw were down,
mi iiowh wan nlow In rearbliiB hero.
. EAGLE POINT EAGLETS I
I My A. C Howlrtl
Tho bet time that I wrote for the
Mail Tribune I wim on my way to
(lrmit 1'ann ami " I " iibout five
iniuutoM Into to eateh tho early morn
nil train, H:'J7, eouelmloil to xpoiiil
my time an ptofitably im poiible, mi
went into the Mail Trillium office
ami wrote a batch of Knijloti for the
paper ami noticed when il (tho batch
of Kinjtct) eamo out that I hail
emitted olio ery imxititut item of
luteroxt to at load one family ami
that wan that the Ntork had iitcd
the huiiM-hobl of M. I). Duncan ami
inuilo Mr. ami Mr. Duncan hnppv
by lenvitiK a line iMi-pound irl, mi
icpurti. Dr. W. P. Holt.
Well, after willing my Knuleti 1
took the HI:-".: motor mnl started
for (Irant TafK. 1 noticed that
ju-t below (lobl Hill Hint the cement
eumpauy bine been puidiiui; their
work rilit alone and hae ipiite a
number of biiililmpi uell under wa
and from appeaniiieoH, from the car
window, they have ipiite a ipinnti'y
of rock already out to he iim-i! a
boon ii thoy Kit their machinery in
place. I noticed but little clump' in
other icapccU alotiK tho road hi nee
my u-it about December 'JO.
I.iihl Tiiexilay mlit I.. H. Warner,
Sr., of Medford wiih a ruckI nt the
Siiiiu.vmiIc. He wiik out cauviiKhin
for fruit tree. AUo Mr. Ah, our
Trail crock merehaut, wan with n.
lie came out after another load of
(I. 11. ('unwell ami 0. W. Man-
worth weie aUo here for dinner on
Wednoiihiy. They had been putlinj;
in a traiihformer and comieetiui; up
.1 II. Jaekhou h hoiiM' with tho elee
trio wire that iiiiih to tho took
I.iiht Tuesday nipl.t, IVhruary II,
wiik tho regular I mo tor our council
int'i'lint; but as two of our newly
elected eouiieilmeu, John W. Smith
and (leorj!!' Fiiher, were uwav from
hiimo ami ,1, 1 Itrown did not put
ui mi appearaueo about all that they
did was to meet ami adjourn to meet
on the evening of the loth,
Peter Yoiiiik, one of our prosper
ous fiirmorH, wn in town Wellies-
day mnl report (hut there has been
Ii new mmcy made ho as u cti
mate the heavy urado on the hill fo
iiiK from Kiltie point to the Ante
lope hrid;e, MiuietbiuK that hIiiiiiM
have been douo yours nj-u,
Coihin Kilgell, one of our jiro
perom orchaiilisls, cnllcil on your
eorroM.onilent to iiiHint an ml. hi tho
Daily Mail Tiibuno for n lost lojr,
but before I had time to mail the
letter the dof was found.
It. K. Miuter, our prourcssivo
nheep mini and fanner, mid W. K.
Haiiimol, one of our hit; laud own
ers of Kaplo Point, ami John Win
ninbain of Trail were with us
I liui'Mlny iiikIiI.
H. K. I.owo of Denver, Colorado.
reprosenliiiK H, farewell Hnrsa Xail
company, was among us TIiuimIiiv.
W. A. I.Mlillow ol Porlland Is here
lookinj- over his property, llio old
Dr. foglin orcliaril.
fail Jaelxin of Hullo Kails is
hero visiting ,is parents, ,1. . .hick-
GOLD HILL NUGGETS
(From Hold Hill News.)
Arehio Walker, employed at the
cement plant, ennui to mlef Wedm.H.
lny uftornooii in u tiimhlo that I
might IlltVO liiveil bini wnrlmm In.
jurioH. Ho wan worklinf iipon tho
f. lin ry tanks, nlieady -lx t'n feet in
depth, when he ot his fooling ami
fell, hlrikliig Iho eoneieti) bottom.
Alllioii.'h Hiiffciiug coiiHiderahle pain
ixaminalioii proved his iiijiirles In
coiikImL hugely of euiilusioUH mid
blimps of Hiiperfieial character.
Mail 1'ihlier, of Hie hotel cafe, m
liuppy iiniii. During the hint two
weeks he litis been M'pnrated from
his his pels it yeailiug and a Hirer,
year old due, taken by Mr. Kinlior
when fawns ami loured to docility
mid iluiiilincHH, The uiiiuiiilK iirrixed
on illffeient ilnyn loeenlly, by ex
I iro from (limits Pa, their form
er home, The owner bus bad pre
vious expei ieiieo in training tiiinu
deer, mnl is now outlining a course
of Mwly for bis charges. Among
olhifr stunts, bo prupune lo break
them to (I live.
On Numliiy last, at Sams Valley,
oeeurrcil tho mai lingo of Miss Pay
Do Foul to 0. W. Tresham at the
homo of the groom's father. Itev. A.
(. Howled of MnglcToInt offieinlcd
ut Hie ceremony. Many neighbors
and friends attended us muted
glies's, and enjoyed the tiplcudid
wedding dinner serveil following the
eereuiouy. Doth brido nnd groom
hiiM' itiiinv friends in this city nnd
throughout the valley, all of whom
unite to bespeak for them much hup
Contract for tho const ruction of
tho ICI.'i fool sower extension to West
I'iflli iiMiiue mid the high school
building, has been awarded by the
cilv council to the successful bid
ders, Win. Chlliler. Tom West, Hert
Castle and I'd Simouds, who will
complete the job in purtueisbip. The
work was taken at l.'e cr linear
fuut, ami his being inpidly pushed.
Intolerable conditions caused by ail
iiiadeipiate septic tank at the school,
led to the immediato order for Hew
er construction, which hits long been
needed. loiter After working two
duvs upon tho contract, the quartet
of siiecesful bidders laid down their
picks, declaring that no money could
lie made at the contract price. N'ew-
bids will ho a pted by the council
with proper proiion tor the fulfill
ment of contract.
A. I.. Penwell, a compositor tiou
the city's first newpaer, tho (lobl
1111 Miner, reappeared this week of
to an abt-oure of seventeen jears.
He informed the News Hint he found
the city much ehuugeit and encoun
tered few cilUflls he recolb-cted
with the exception of the perennial
Hill Hayes, whom ho glaulv greeted
as an tiiichuugcil landmark. Kill, he
said, was much the Mime. During
bis long absence Penwell has follow
ed the profession of prospector, ami
is now pulling in a few days among
the neighboring hills. When Pen
well worked nt the case, Kditor Hub
erts was "getting out" the weeklv
Miner, worrying over the supply of
white paper, the deaith of ink, sear-
eity of news, pleutitiide of prospects,
mid peiicity of ndvortising. Tbeie
uro other situations, besides 11.11
Hayes, which have not altered.
Mayor llroeno of Talent wbb n
IniHlnenH caller In town Tuciulny.
Dr. J. K. Ilnlllle npciil ThiiMduy
Frank Olwell, of .Mnrabfleld, Ore.,
a former retldcnt of this plnco. spent
part of tho week calling on friends,
Warren King nnd family returned
home thU week from Portland where
they have been upending thu winter.
.Mies liln Klelnlinmmer was rallod
hero from Aahlnnd on account of tho
BorloiiH lllne8 of her brother-in-law,
8, (1. Van Dyke.
Mr. nnd Mm. F. llennler moved
recently from Sacramento, Cal., to
their ranch In Kant Phoenix, where
they will make thulr home.
The band boys nnd their families
held a biuuiuet Friday evening.
The l.ndlea' Aid will meet Weducs.
dny afternoon In the Kuglo building.
Mm. NV, Carles entertained Satur
day afternoon compllmontnry to Mlns
S. (1. Van Dyke, county superin
tendent of roads who has boon ser
iously Hick for the mint two weeks
nt his home In North 1'lioenK Is stIM
'' FOR TIREO
SORE, ACHLNG FEET
Ah I what relief. No inoro tired frctt
no more burning feet, Hwoltcn, bud smelt
big, Rwcity fivt. No more palu In corns
I'lilloiiK's or bunions. No matter what
ails jour feet
or what under
the tun you've
just uso "T1Z."
out all tho pot
tloua which put!
up tho feet)
"TIJj" U mag
ical j "TIZ" Ts
will cure your
foot troutilea so
jouil nover limp or draw up your faci
In pain. Your shoes won't nvem tlgh
ami your fret will never, never hurt oi
get sore, swollen or tired.
Oct n 211 cent !ox nt anv drug oi
department "tore, uud (jet relief.
hovorliiK between llfo and iluatli.
Friday aftoriioou he grew so much
worse that his finally and rulntlvM
worn Hiiinmoned but Hftturdny nftcr
iiooii ln wan reported slightly hotter.
The Parent-Teachers' club will
meet Prldny afternoon In the high
school auditorium and In the even
ing will hold n valentine, dny entertainment.
ALONG nOGUERIVEn l
.Mrs. Mao Daw nnd son Cyril, worn I
tho guests of her sister. Mrs. Hholti,,
of Medford tho first of tins week.
Itev Smith preached four even
liiK of this week nt thu l.ono school
bouse on Iteecu creek
.Mrs. Nnthnn Onrrelt of Medford Is
tho guest of her parents, .Mr. nnd
Mrs. T. ('. McCnhe
Miss Kuln Houston spent tho wcok
end nt homo.
Messrs. Ash nnd Mlddlcbushcr cf
Trnll were down In the valley nfter
supidles this week.
Mr. Arborgnst nnd son were In
Central Point delivering butter this
Over IT, of tho friends of Perry
Foster gnv him n surprise pnrty the
evening of his birthday, the 4th of
February. Tho eenlng wnf spent
In rnmes, music nnd dancing. Tho
ladles served n nice lunch and In tho
weo small hours of the morning tho
party departed wishing him many
hnppy returns of tho dny,
Joe llnnnnh Jr., wns In Medford
one day this wcok.
Chorion Drexler nnd Owen Con
over were Kuglo Point visitors Sat
urday. Misses Jnnlo and Mary Johnson
called on Miss Hahcel Mathews
Mr. nnd Mrs. llnrry Howard spent
a few hours Sundny at the Peter Ilctt
AH tho men nro chopping wood
nowadays to keep wnrm out of doors.
Peter Hotz and Kugcno Ilcllows
wero trndlng In Knglc Point the Inst
of tho week.
(Jeorgo MeDonough of Sams Val
v was seen up hero last Sunday.
Mr Walker nnd grandson wero
Medford visitors a few dnys ngo.
The 2nd of February wns a bright
sunshiny dny but wo hope tho ground
hog here Is old nnd blind nnd did
not see his shadow. Wo hopo to
havo spring weather Spring must
COMB SAGE IEA IN
HAIR TO DARKEN IT
Grandma kept her locks dark, glossy,
thick with a mixture of Sage
Tea and Sulphur.
Tim old-time mixture of Sage Tea and
Sulphur for darkening gray, streaked
Ami faded hair Is grandmother's treat
nient, and folks arc again using it to
keep their hair a gwd, ccn color, which
Is quite sensible, as mo aro living in an
ago when u youthful appear an co is of the
Nowadays, tliougli, we don't hare the
troublesome task of gathering the sage
and tho inussy mixing at home. All
drug storc. si-11 the reidy-to-use product
called "Wyoth'a Sap? and Sulphur Hair
IUmcdy" for about 50 cvnts a bottle.
It is ery popular because nobody can
discover it Iuli l-en applied. Simply
moisten yuur mmli or a soft brush ith it
and draw tills through your hair, taking
ana sm.tll strand nt a time; by morning
the gray hair ditapivars, but what de
light the ladies xiith Wvcth's Sago and
Sulphur Is that, I'sldoo beautifully
darkening the hair after a few applica
tions, it also produces that soft lustre
awl appearance of abundance which is so
attractive; lsidtu, prevents dondrun,
Itching kcalp and falling hair.
The new brick barn on
South Uiversido is now
open for business.
Everything new and up to
date. Livery and ambu
lance service. Will be glad
to welcome all former cus
tomers and many now ones.
OIL AND WATER
Go to J. A, SMITH
128 N. Grapo St.
bn coming though ns some of tho
children have found a few yellow
Miss Kthel Cwcn railed on Mrs.
Kugenij Hollows Friday
Myrt Dally spent Vdnc!sday night
with his brother Tim. Then Tim
returned homo with him nrnl spent
SALIS IP KIDNEYS
Harmless to flush Kidneys and nentr&l
Uo irritating acids Splendid
Kidney and lilaiMcr weakness result
from uric acid, says a noted authority.
The kidneys filter this acid from the
Mood and pass It on to the bladder, whero
It often remains to Irritate and inflame,
causing a burning, scalding sensation, or
setting up an Irritation at the neck of
Hie bladder, obliging you to s-ck relief
two or Uirce time during the night.
The sufferer Is In constant dread, the
atcr passes sometime with a scalding
wmatlon and i very profuse; again,
there Is difficulty In avoiding It.
Jtlnddcr weakness, most folk call It,
trnue they can't control urination.
While It Is extremely annoying nnd some
times cry painful, this Is really one of
the most simple ailments to overcome.
Oct about four ounces of Jsd Salts
from J on r pharmacist and take a table
HX)!iliil in a glass of water before
breakfast, continue this for two or three
days. This will neutralize the acids tir
tho urine so it no longer is a source el
Irritation to the bladder nnd urinary or
gain which then net nornnl.y aeiin
Jad Salts Is ineT'nl hir'nlfir
and is made from t a ari I ef prnpc an
lemon juice, combined with litMa. a"
s used by thousand of folks mho '
mbject to urinary disorders caused b
rl-c -i'. Irritation. .T.vl Salts Is spit'
iiY and rs'iMi w
Page Theater I?cA Ifl
TWO NIGHTS. BEGINNING J. V li X J
Pirates of Penzance
Produced under the Personal Direction of A. C. Burgess and C. D. Hazelrigg
AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA, SPECIAL COSTUMES AND SCENERY
Ensemble of Forty-five
Cast headed by Medford 's faverites: Nellie Andrews, Florence Ilalliday Ilaight,
Plorenco Hazelrigg, Dorothy Wick, Stella Quisenbcrry, George Andrews, A.
C. Burgess, Fletcher Fish, "Cousin" Middlebergcr and Ed Gore.
Prices: 50 Cents, 75 Cents and $1.00
Patronize Home Industries
THESE GOODS ARE MADE IN THE ROGUE RIVER VALLEY. KEEP THE MONEY AT HOME
We havo changed our
name, hereafter the Mission
Furniture Works will be
Home of tho "Pacific" Cedar
E. G. TROWBRIDGE, JR,
113 South Holly
MEDFORD FLUFF RUG CO
Jitig and Cftrpct Clomiinij
511 EAST .AIATN STREET
Will bo opened Feb, 1G, under new
management for roomers nnd board
ers. Hot nnd cold water In each
, room, nnd best of home cooking sorv-
of tho landlady,.
MItB. C. .1. DUNTH.V
JOO.1 W. .Mnln St. l'lione B83-J
Young or old, and pay
tiie highest prices.
Booth 19, Public Market
Ves motor cars
ABE TEE BEST
Lodge No. 31,
Announce an All-Star Production of
GILBERT & SULLIVAN'S FAMOUS COMIC OPERA
Medford Iron Works
E. G. Trowbridge, Prop.
Genoral Foundry and
Pacific 401; Home 298L.
Res. Pac. 5031; Home 227L.
For tho best of
EVERYTHING MADE OF WOOD
See us. Wo make a specialty of
OFFICE FURNITURE and FIXTURES, MANTLli,
SCREEN DOORS and WINDOWS, Etc.
Factory Corner South Fir and 11th Sta. Both Phono
MEDFORD SASH AND DOOK CO.
I MH.blf lllo4 nru4
j'HLI H. Sat UU WMOIItrV
... imixI llh Ittua HiMaw. V
HT f TWir .
niAMOin iiKAnn ri ua
SOLD DY DRLGC15TS EVIHWrMtRE
Official Photographer of th
Medford Commercial Club
Interior and exterior vtcw
Negatives mado anv time
and any place by appoint
ment. L. SI. HARMO.V, Bfaaager.
908 1! Haln Phnn 1471
FOB THE MONEY
K. of P.
As good as tho best or
L. B. BROWN
Taka ma lllp. H