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KtEDFORD MATL TRIBUNE. MHDFOltl). OKIWON, SATURDAY. MARCH 7.
Frank Ward Is contemplating ct
tlnK forth In tho cleanliiK business
In the building on South Central ave
nue formerly occupied- by the Wood
& Mosiinor real estnto company.
Considerable Inturcat Is helms
manifested locally In the Ad WolfiaRt-
Wllllo Kltchlo flRbt at Mllwnukou on
March 12. and local fans pick the
champion to win, Wolgast did not
make much of an Impression on his
visits to this city, and the hope Is
unabashed In sporting circles that ho
Bets a good HckliiK.
Soo the Moorish Twine and Ara
bian Hemlock at Nat tonight.
A number of high school students
will leave this afternoon to attend a
danco this evening to bo given at
Al 1'nnkcy of Central I'olnt spent
Friday evening In Mcdford and left
this morning for tho old nurrell
tract on a tour of blight Inspection.
Houso cleaning made easy. Kent
a vacuum cleaner from tho Southern
Oregon Electrlo company, $1.30 per
day. No. j, South Central, phono
Silas Weatherly of Watklns. Ore
gon. Is In tho city for a fow days buy
ing supplies" for his spring mining
It begins to look as If "11. Mur
ray" who passed a number of forged
checks on Mcdford merchants laJt
Saturday has made his getaway. Not
a word has been received from tho
descriptions sent out by the local
Don't fall to seo Ireland aud Saw
yer at Nat tonight.
Ample slcns or spring are about.
Yesterday the bees were gathering
honoy from the hardy flowers iu
Dr. Picket's yard on West Main
street, and tho custom of taking
evening strolls is being revived by
the young folks. A number of Mcd
ford people autoed over the paved
district last night. The girls are
beginning to wear their spring
dresses. In another week tree and
poetical sap will begin to run.
Mrs. Allison Jordan has been vis
iting friends and relatives In Port
land for the last two weeks.
Mrs. E. M. Wilson does first class
kodak finishing at 210 Laurel St.
A. A. Johnson, age "2 years, "
pioneer of tho Hoguo river vallay
convicted at the last term ot court
of living In and about a house of
ill fame was sentenced from 2 to 15
years in tho stato prison yesterday
by Judgo Morrow. The state insti
tution will not bo entirely now for
the old man, was there onco before.
He received the verdict without a
show of emotion.
Work on tho Elks' tomplo on
North Central avenuo will bo re
sumed In about ten days, progress
being delayed at present on account
of failure to cet brick. Tho kiln at
Jacksonville Is turning out tho con
tract and fired up their, kilns Fri
day, and will rush tho work.
Last appearance of Ireland and
Sawyer at Nat tonight.
Mrs. Nnuber and daughter Laura,
of Jacksonville were visitors in Med
ford Friday afternoon and evening.
Petitions are being circulated In
the city for tho candidacy of Coro
ner A. E. Kellogg of Gold Mill, who
will contest for tho samo offico r.t
the May primaries. To dato tho
samo contestants for tho berth two
years ago will fight It out this year.
Carkin & Taylor, lawyers. (John
H. Carkin, Olenn O. Taylor), Mas-klns-Doydon
Hldg., Main street.
George W. Barkor of Hutto Falls
was In Medford Friday attending lo
MIsb Gladys Carreton of GranU
Pass Is spending tho week's end with
frlondu and relatives In this city.
Lottie M. Howard's now spring
hats havo arrived. Seo them at
T. G. Harrlugton of Klnraath Falls
la in tho city for a few days attend
ing to business Interests.
Oliver Galnor of Trail Is spending
a few days In tho city attending to
Seo Tumy for fire Insurance. "
E. J-:. Able of Provolt Is spending a
fow days in Mcdford on business.
Dr. UUer and wlfo or Panama,
Neb., aro recent arrivals from tho
wddlo west and aro Inspecting con
ditions in tho Hoguo river valley,
and may decide to locate hero,
gee Lottlo M. Howard's, new spring
hats before they get picked over.
Judgo John L. Chllds of Crescent
City. Cal., who spent the first of tho
week In Medford boosting for the
harbor improvement at that point loft
Thursday for tho north,
MUX nd cres,w at DeVoa'a.
Sjt imi-t ; ' " '
Weeks ft McGowan Co.
I . TTIkTiI'V.T ATCKRH
K, W. Weeks IWMaf
A. K. Orrk7H-M)
An cpldemU or dog rights broke
out on Front street Friday afternoon,
between about n riqson country dogs
nml MnKn Ilarkdlills "Turk." tho
most lielllgeront of JledfoKi canines.
"Shorty" Miles' Airedale, called
"Mlku" stood on the sidelines oht ot
danger, and barked. Tho tisuat
Crowd was In attendance.
Attorney Gus Newbury was a
business and professional visitor lu
Jacksonville Friday afternoon.
Host meals !fr, Dome cooking.
Coleman, 1005 W. Main St. 200
S. S. Hullls ot the Southern Ore
gon Traction company Is expected to
return from a business trip to New'
York and other eastern points the
first of next cok,
II. K, Wheeler of Montague, Cal.,
spent Frldny lu Mcdford attending lo
Lost. Package containing matc
iul Tor three ombrolderled waists.
Leave at Tribune office. Howard.
Geno Hoke of Central Point was u
Medford visitor Friday afternoon.
Harry Howell made a professional
trip to Talent yesterday.
clean hats, get that Panama
out, you wJ want It soon. Pnntor
lum. Tho same mad motorcyclist who
broke all speed laws Thursday night.
by tearing up Main street, repeated
bis stunt again last night, and a
trap will bo laid to catch tho youth.
Sergeant Pat Mego and Officer
Dill Crawford, are taking lessons In
the operation of an auto. The ma
chine used by day by tho city engi
neer. Is left for the uso or tho poll.-e
at night, ror use In nn emergency,
and to save taxi hire.
Vincent Mayhew or Eugene, a stt
dent at at V. o( O., spent Friday In
Medford. returning to his homo on
tho evening train.
Fresh lime. Mcdford Lbr. Co. '
A new honor has befell Edtsou
Marshall. Journalist, late with tho
Medford Sun, or this city who Is at
tending tho Journalistic department
or the V. or O. Ho has boon do
tailed to write tho official spring
poem ror tho college paper. This
is the rirst tlmo In years a Freshman
has been allowed this honorarium.
Have your spring suit cleaned.
According to Portland papers Hud
Anderson has an oHer to fight with
somo 98th rater at Haymond. Wash.,
next month, and the "Pride" says if
he feels all right ho will take tho
match. Many of his friends In this
city descry this move, and think he
should cet somo of tho pudlgness off
his system before he pulls on the
Sugar Pine shakes. Medford Lbr.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hoot have
returned from a short business and
pleasure trip to Portland. Mm.
Hoot will leave shortly for San Fran
cisco to visit her daughter Josephlno,
who is attending school there.
Carpets, rugs and draperies
Tho high school track team will
get out Monday afternoon for the
first trial of tho season. About 25
athletes will report, and will try and
retrieve somo of tho honors lost by
tho basket ball team In tho disas
Dick says: Wo havo private din
ing rooms. Corao in and get ac
quainted. Wo will mako you reel
at homo at tho U. S. Care, 40 N.
Front, Kinsman building.
Peter Tomllnson or Kuch, Is in
tho city today attending to business,
and securing treatment ror an In
Wo clean carpets. Pantorlum.
Spring Is here, havo us clean your
carpets, etc. Pantorlum.
Jamos King of Olcqua, Wash., U
spending a fow days In the valley,
and may move his family hero in the
spring it a sultablo location.
Dick says. We sorvo the best cof
ree In Medford at tho New U. S.
Cafe, 40 N. Front St., Kinsman
Tho warm sunshine ot tho last
couplo ol days In molting the snow
rapidly In tho mountains and a slight
rise was noticeable in Hear creek to.
day. The water is very njuddy, and
driftwood foreword of higher water
Tumy writes better fire insurance.
Mrs. Katlterlno Murray or Jlutto
Falls Is visiting frlonds In Medford
and on Griffin creek (his week.
Hemembcr Tumy writes fire Insur
ance. William Massoy of Grants Vata
transacted business mutters In Med
Kelstcr ladles' tailoring collogo St.
Mark's block. Full courso 40 sow
ing Including; draning $25. Forty
days Bowlnj court u flC day; draft
ing courso, $!.. tr
The condlt on or lira. Ernll Mohr,
who was under the l.ulfe for two
hours In tho performance of a sur
gical operation at Sacred Heart hos
pital Is reported today as being Im
.1, O. Gurklug, tho best all aronnd
photographer Ju southern Oregon..
Alays reliable. Negatives made any
where, time or placo. Studio 328
Main St. Phono 320-J.
Arthur Hoso has returned from a
Game Warden Hubbard whipped to
State Game Warden Hvnns tt
Salem Friday, a lwovcnrold henxt'r
rapturcd lu tho Hogub' river. It was
a fliio specimen.
X crowd ot cltlrons gathered o'.t
Mnln street this ntteruoun, and en
gaged lu a lone winded argument on
taxes, aud attacked all public offi
cials from President Wilson to tho
dog catcher. It seemed to bo tho
concensus ot opinion that luxes
should be abolished, by one section,
and that thoy should bo made higher
by the rival section.
Kodak finishing, glossy or dull fin
ish at J. O. Gcrktng's studio. 228 E.
Main SL Phono 320-.
William Clarke of Ashland Is "
the city today attending to business
Miss llesslo Helch of Talent i
spending the day lu Medford visiting
friends and relatives.
Miss Gertrude Shoults left this
morning for Gold Hill where she
will tench the Mountain school 12
miles from Gold Hill.
E. D. Weston, commercial photog
rapher, negatives mado any tlmo or
placo by appointment. Phono M
E. W. Frailer and D. C. Hammond
or Grant Pass are business visitors
In the city tlday.
C. H. Daggett or Klamath Falls Is
spending a row days In the valley on
H. L. Potter of San Diego Is spenJ
Ing a fow days In tho city nttendln,:
to business Interests.
C. A, Do Yoo, Mcdford ngont for
tho Portland Oregonlan, 418 W.
Main. Phono 122-R.
State Water Commissioner Chin
nock of Salem arrived this morning
to attend to official matters.
Miss Irene Plotner, school mistress
Of the school at Huucom Is spending
the week's end visiting with her aunt,
Mrs. Lucretla Enyart or this city.
Dick sas: We Invite tho public
to Inspect our kitchen nud our meth
od or handling rood. Everything
new ami tlrsl-class at tho now V. S.
Cafe. 40 N. Front. Kunsman build
Mlko Womack has returned from
a trip to now inn, ami points in
Dick says: Wo servo tho best on
the market, employ all white help.
Give us a trial and be convinced
Now V. S. Cafe, 40 N. Front, Kins
Frank Innes or Phoenix wns a
business visitor In Medford Frldny
for a few hours.
Model Dakcry goods at Do Vacs.
Lloyd Culver of Phoenix Is In the
city today on business, nnd visited
Jacksonville this mornlnc paying h's
Joo H. Wilson has returned to his
home In Talent after spending a
couple of days In Medford.
Dr. E. It, French nnd family havo
returned from two months spent In
Tho supremo court has affirmed
the decision or tho Jackson county
court In tho case of V. Odin who
was sentenced to serve from .1 to 20
yoars In tho penitentiary for a sta
Made In Medford, Oregon Home-
mado Cereal Coffee. A compound
made of selected wheat, corn, fresh
eggs and home-mado sorghum. A
nourishing pure food coffee. Your
grocer sells It. 297
Tho tender or northbound Shasta
Limited jumped the track on the
hrldgo across tho Wlllamotto river
at Hnrrlsburg this morlng, and wus
delayed seven hours. No 13 duo at
II o'clock was two hours lute, aud
two freight trains tied up.
Dick sayB: Try our regular 25c
dinner at tho New U. 8. Cafe. Tho
best In Medford, Kinsman building.
Dr. Hagloy or the Talent cannery Is
In tho city today attondlng to busi
County Clerk Gardner has received
the following letter today from Cald
well, .Mnssllch & Itced, nttornow for
the bond buyers regarding tho $500,
000 rood bond, Issue
New York, Feb. 24, tUU.
G. A. Gardner', Esq.,
It seems that we omitted to do any
more thnn nckuowledgo jour tele
ginm of recent 'date, concerning tho
method ot cohiputlng assessed valua
tions. It was entirely sallsractorv,
and we thank you for setting us
right In thai matter
In this connection, wo want .o
express our appreciation ot tin
promptness nnd courtesy with which
ou answered all of our request foe
evidence and Information- The ex
amination was unusually difficult
because of tho 12.000 or more war
rants whose purpose of Issue we had
to onmtno, hut It would havo been
far more difficult If we could not
havo secured from you tho clear
statements which you sent. Mr.
Iteamea' procure wns also of great
assistance. Ills knowledge of your
financial affairs nud his keen leg-tl
mind wero of very great value, and
did much to hasten our favorable
conclusion regnrdlng tho $1(10.000
bonds wo havo approved, lie spent
many hours In our offico on several
different days. The fact that ho
acted as a medium or communication
by telegraph between us brougut
your officials nnd ourselves to a com
plete understanding, and wo nr6 ex
pecting Hint, following the plnn laid
out lu the telegrams that passed be
tween you, wo will be able to approve
all or the bonds by May first.
With our highest regards, wo are,
CALDWELL, M.xSSUCII & HEED.
SICK, SOUR STOMACH
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Mio cldt, (Aim1 mid floged-iip
WiiMo Front Stoiiuult, Mxer,
HmteU -t'urv tiiillgeMlott
Get n 10-retit box now.
That awful sourness, botching of
arid nud foul gases; (lint pain In the
pit of tho Mtoiunoli, tio livnrthurii,
nervousness, nausea, bloating after
eating, dlxilness and sick 'headache,
menus a disordered stomach, which
rnnnot bo regulated until ou re
move the cause, ' It Isn't your stom
ach's fault. Your stutuach la n
good as any.
Try fnsenrotfll thoy Immediately
cleanse the stomnch, loumvo tho
sour, undigested nud fermenting
food nnd foul gases; take the excess
bllo fro mlhu liver and carry off the
constipated wasto matter nud poison
from the hotels. Then your stom
nch trouble Is elided. A Cascaret
tonight will straighten you nut by
morning n 10-ecn box from any
drug storo will keep your stomach
sweet liver and bowels regular for
mouths, Don't forget the children
their Utile Inside need a good,
gentle cleansing, too.
i M U L ion mt hjuhchuhh J
I HA lit MAI1H
Kdgewood, III., Oct. 10, ill I It,
Ml. Paul Elcho,
Dear Sir; x
1- herewith enlcoso $1,00 fo
which please send tun two packages
of Merltol Ithuuiuatlsiu Powder.
I purchased a pucKut'o about two
weeks ugo, took them, nud they
proved to tiq very satisfactory, I
have taken ninii.v dlffotoiit kinds of
medtclues for uioro than u Jcni
That Slle package of pnwilrs did tun
more good than all Hie others com
bined. I think one iiioio pucKiigo
will euro mo entirely.
rr . f- . '
ww Shoe Polish
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lirlilujuliMiiitftliiir .liof. Ir.,)(, A I llif'i tttC'.iur
nut luiitu la nil Mult iih rtiiUftwiiliAlnuiii
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SO-tS Albany Sliol, Cambrldo. M.
7A 0!Htlatt lannl ,IAiM,mn n
Mi WiiAi it IA4tltH.
MRS. H. L. LEAOH
Ixpert Corsotiore .
320 Xortli liartlott.
TMiono f(W M.
A team can pull ns big a load with
It a any other harness and cannot
Injure tho trees white plowing,
Cult II. l IIONNEY. Pliuiio HIIH..M.
FOR POSTUM POST
HCU'llKSTKH. .Mum., Mnreh 7.
Churlvn W. I'hM, the cereal food mil
lionaire, wiwfcdd toduv t lilt t an !-
oration on liim for npnciiilicitm ivii
iiiiiieeeiiiry. A enrelul e.xiimiiuitioii
by Dr. .Mn.vo shuweil In-, eoiulitnui
was nut ut all critical.
JOHNSON SENTENCED TWO
TO FIFTEEN YEARS IN PEN
A. A. Johnson, convicted of llvlntf
In and about a houso of III fame was
sentenced Friday morning to sorvo
from two to lii yuars In the stato
penitentiary. V. Odin has appealo-i
to tho supremo court from his con
viction for rape.
Notlco Is hereby given that tho un
dersigned will apply to tho city coun
cil nt Its meeting to bo held Mnrch
17th, 1ft 1 1, for n license to sell malt,
spirituous nnd vinous Ihiuors In quan
tities less than n gallon at Its placo of
business on West Main street, city
or Medford for n period of bU
Dated Mnrch 2nd, 1914.
Wo manufacture spray am supply
tanks of all kinds. Wo huvu built
theso tanks lu Medford for 15 yeurs
and some of the first ones are still
In use. If you want n good inuk gel
one made by
J. W. MITCHELL
i S. Itlwrolde, Mettfon l'i.ine 1!I
Swluc. Tw'o boar pig that will
soon be ready for service. Have
blood from tho best stock In the
northwest. Call nnd seo thoiu.
Phono Central Point,
Wilhite & Sons
Hams Valley, Ore.
visit with friends and rolutlvos mi
LADIES DISCUSS ALCOHOL
AT METHODIST PARLORS
Tho If. JL S. o Hie Oukdiile
M. K. church met in the church par
lors Wednesday afternoon. The miI
jeet for the afternoon was "Alcohol
anil Its F.ffccU Upon Humanity";
rending, "Alcoholit.ui nud Heredity,"
Mr. Itohert L. Taylor; rending, "Ef
fects of Alcohol," .Mrs. Itiloy I),
Ilciihon; recitation, "Only Sixteen,"
Mrs. y. S. Itnindou; paper, "Tho .Sa
loon," Mrs. f. K. Kirk; Kimg, "The
Fight Is On"; reading, "Africa mid
the I turn Trade," Mrs. Ilrniiliam:
reading, "Pro'iierlies of Alcohol,"
Mr. I-J. J. Whipi'lf, rending, "ICing
Alcohol," Mrs. Midline; prayer, Mrs.
C. K. Kirk; hong, "Throw Out the
Life Line"; benediction,
All members pf Order ot Owls are
roituested to meet Saturday night,
Murch 7, at tho Moose hall for or
ganizing. J. K. WOODS,
Notlco Is hereby given that tho un
dorslgnod will apply to tho city coun
cil nt Its meeting tn bo hold March
17th, 1914, for a license to sell malt,
spirituous and vinous liquor In quan
tities loss than a gallon at its placo of
business. 13 H. Front strcot, city
of Medford for a porlod ot six
C. L. HEED.
Dated March I, 1914.
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MEDFORD FLUFF RUG CO
Kiitf and flurpct Cleaning
nil EAST MAIN BTttJSIOT
CHICHESTER S PILLS
And Prevent Disease
Ily scientific vapor baths,
massage, needle spray or
shower baths. Costs no
more than Turkish bath,
but moro pleasant nnd
Hepurnto apartment for
ladles ullli lady attend-mils.
Dr. R. J. Lockwood
lllilg., Phono ftl.'t
nt n RY nMifiiMSt EVERY1rVHR
TOO LATH TO OLA8HIKV
FOU HENTCheap, 2 or 4 room
rottugo, clo;p In. 322 Ho. Central.
Phono 40.'I-H2, 2!9
- " ''(irlfflii creek,
FOH BALE flood work team 7 ami
8 years old, weight 2800; also a
wugon and huniess. Telephone
By Hollander and wife, in
telligent, apeak good Eng
lish, is good rustler, 37 years
old; wife will cook for extra
A. H. MILLER
Med ford Book Ktoro. i
pay moro for baklnt; pow
der, but you cannot buy a
purer or a hotter leuveiior
at 2fi cents por pound,
Ask Vour (Irncer
Crescent Mfg. Co, Houtllo, Wash.
Where is the Best Place to
Why llnmillej'M ur CuiirM', th only pluie lu Southern Oregon where
Mm rim get llitrpees Seeds and Mulford's Nltrogeni! He has had ucnrlr
:t() years experience In handling and growing seeds and customer all havo
the benuflt of his experience It Is only a few steps from Main utrect and It
will certainly pay you to lake the few extra steps to lroiullo)V whore )ii
can get everything for the garden, tse Mulford's NotroEerm lu your le
gume crops. Ilurpccs Spenrer Sweel Peas hae no equal and )ou hnv
about 10 of the very best varieties lo eliooso from. If ou don't seu
what you want ask for It ,
BROADLEV THE FLORIST AND SEEDSMAN
Is lu the M F & II lliilldlug
Store Phono H7l!
Why Send to Rears, Sawbuck
6 Co. for Vehicle Wheels?
When you can bu a better urnde of wheels at about lh same price a i.l
seo what you are IiioIiik ns well as speudliiK jour muiie) at home
I recently mndn Ids purclinwi of nhi'cl for biiRtles and hai k. Kot them
at carload frelKlit rates aud tlm people fct the beuetlt (all nu( sen me
Mitchell's Wagon Shop
III! Sniitli lvcrldo
the drunkaid, the heavy drinker,
and the maa who craves rough,
strong, high-proot. whiskey.
Cyrus NobU ralM pur
W. J. .Van Schuyvcr & Co., General Agents
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