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MJslDJb'Olil) MAIL TltlliUNIfi, A1WUK0IU), ORI'KiOX. I'MJIDAV, NOYKMHKR U7. ION
ERA OF PROSPER TY
Xcwooinb Carlton, president of tho
Wt'Htcni Union 'JYIcurnpH fompnny,
arrived 5n Medfnrd on hi .opurlnl vnv
Wodnn-dny ovonhijr n1 spent
Tlinnkttpivlnjr with U hrotlior, K. W.
Onrllon, of. Tnldc Itoek. Purinsr tho
dny Mr. Carlton visited points of in
tercut, inelndinj: tin1 country club, lint
on nrcnunt of the dense for wn tin
nlile (o soo much of the iilUv.
Prctddjuit Cftrltnii believes that
very prooDeroiiM times nre ahead for
the iintltm mill Hint daily the situa
tion is improving. He states thnt the
tcletrnph company is in the bo-t of
position to nHcortnin conditions nnd
that nil reports show mpid improve
ment in the financial nnd economic
aspects, lie said:
'Yo have n system of hceping tab
on business conditions throtidiont the
country. Knch txeek wo receive, tel
cpraphic reports from our principal
offices. About a month njfo theeo re
ports bejrilu to show small ureas of
prosperity cropping out. Thee nre
sprendinp rapidly, nnd piosperity will
be general within n short time, I am
"The telegraph business is n uiightv
good index of general condition', and
comparison of our receipts now nnd
with those of the corresponding per
iod n yenr ago shows that we nre only
one per cent below the lnt yenrV
showing, which is mighty good.
"One of the big reasons for in
creased business is the federal re
serve nankin? act. And ns the veoks
roll by the benificcut effects of the
measure will come to be very appar
ent." Mr. Carlton left his headquarters
at Now York about n week ago. He
stopped at Omaha, Denver, Salt Lake
City, Untie, Spokane, Seattle and
Portland. Among other cities he will
visit on bis swing back home will be
San Francisco, Los Angelc.s, Santa
Itnrbarn, El Paso, Dallas nnd St.
Loni. Ho expected to complete the
journey within three weeks.
PARIS WELL FEO
IN SPITE OF WAR
IUHIS, Nov. -jr.-Attention hits
already been called lo the fact thnt
Pari was never so well nor so cheap
ly fed as since the war begun. This
situation continues, and applies to
the entire country, excepting the un
fortunate regions thnt linv'e been rav
aged by the occupation of the ho. tile
Pans suffers in this respect from
only one thing it delicate taste is
rebellious to the coarser quality of
bread to which bakers were confined
by government order, nnd are praying
that the bakers be permitted to furn
ish the "pain de fnntaisie." ns they
call the finer ounlities of 1'rench
The limitation of baking to this one
coarser tpiality was intended to m
simplify the work of the bakers as to
remedy the difficulty ciiu-ed hv the
exodus of so many of their employes
to the front. Some of the highir
classes of bakers, which in Paris
come under the category of pastry
cooks, continue to make the "eroN
sunt" which constitute the orineipal
part of the Parisians' breakfast, but
for the population in general there
are no "erois-nnt-s," no cakes or
cookies of any sort. nd they are
obliged to take common bread with
their coffee in the morning.
Formerly considerable quantities
of Viennese bread called "pain Ven-
nois" were consumed in Pari, though
in most cases it was not "made in
Vienna." It has been proposed to
change the name of this bread to
"pain Liegeois," at the same time
honorin? the heroic Ilclginu (own nnd
getting rid of a name that is no longer
lopuInr in Paris.
the Intcrsrolastle clam The chain- l added to their lahoru, II appouin
pious ot southern Orcpuu seoin to IIUcl) that within n few iIuxh llio for-
i have been outclassed nt eer, Mayo of
The Medford IiIkIi hcIiooI team
Joaed t se.tt.ou at Klamath Falls
fhursdny with n tl2 to lvlorj- ovur
the Klamath Falls team
HOXOl.t'M', T. H , Nov. 27.
Jlokuweoweo, tnc great summit cra
STOCKHOLM. .Vox. :'7 --With all
of (icrmau.v's and Austila's diplomatic.
later Mnrrlx. his as.
eruption after a period of quiet aUt,,t- ,,.i ., oM Prm. of r,.r
ivh w..h u ..s iiuiiun-ii 111 "tM,.orkll mo k0,lt ,r,, ti.an comfort-
uccome. oxiinn. i.aa is roiling
tor of Manna 1.0.1. the most speidacu- ffur8 cuntorlllK ,,,
ar of Hawaiian volcanoes, Is again 0Mon ,,ro MlllUl
in eruption after a period of unlet ..i ..,
down tho mountainside.
Mokucweoweo crowns tho huge.
bald dome of Manna l.oa at nn nlll
tilde of 13,000 feet. Its diameter of
12,100 feet, more than two miles,
mnkes It one of tho largest craters In
Farther down the flank of the
mountain Is the crater Ktlauea, at nn
altitude of 4100 feet, which Is In a
perpetual state of sub-acutoac tlvlty.
The eruptions of Mauna l.oa In past
years have been distinguished for tho
quantity of lava discharged, rather
than for violence ar damage done.
The present outpouring can do no
damage until it reaches the timber
line. -1000 feet below- tho top of the
A recent aureeiuont
tween the warring nations to ex
change lists ot prlsonets has material-
mal oehnnno ol voiisiiIut roircviitii
lives, who up to now hno been held
as pilsonom of war In Kiimdn and
(torumny w III be effectud.
It Is estimated that 300,000 Her
man and t;lo,i)00 Austrian non-com-bataulH
iie In HiimIii. Thoiisaiuls of
letters of Inquiries nboiit these liavo
beotWinndlml hy'thc leitallou lo date,
(lermnuy Is permitting Itiiiwlnu sub
jects, women nnd children ami men
of uoii-mllllary nxo to return to their
country. These are urrllug In
Stockholm dall by tho score. Their
caro dexolxes upon it committee of
"1 p- "-i fr-fl 5",-wa ft r- b v i
Tho Dalles hlh school football
team administered a crushing defeat
to the Ashland high school at Port
land Thursday afternoon ns a pre
liminary to the V. of O-M. A. C
game. The score xvas 42 to 0, and was
for the championship of the state in
1" in. high
2s In. high
EW styles hrst
introduced in the Ar
row Line in London.
for wear with pleated
and soft shirts.
2 for 2$ cts.
CLUETT. POABODY C- CO.. Inc. MWr. of Arrow Slum TROY. N. Y.
HPHAR'S three kinds
A ot rn.cn thai
young men, mid"
dle-agec! men an
VELV1ST npret to all dunsurt of p!p rm",",'U( Iweatmo
it prt'Mit vol the ii.it'ir-i (Ikwv mul I'l'm-nniM t'.ut luw
l,Wvcn Kentucky hurley Litxt i nr,uw of "Nutmo'ti
Pipe Tobuci.'!.'1 In ntkUlltut VEl.VKT, Tho Hut N.llitftt
SJnioklTir; 'i'oUncco Jii.s au uxoluslvo Mtfuln-t hn-wtxxl tuisl
I i.'. .'.v.. llh mis .nut "i ini't il litir.,1 l.u-j P.miiiiii.
. ' - " ... ii ..... . ....a... .. i"., .
n of vai.ii w.ii i:i.vt n
Tho Sctukd of
CoIIcko lliilldliiK. .11 N'orth (Srnno .St,
lm and -N'lsht Siliool New Pupils May Kutcr at an Tlmo
llulucs Shorthand and Pimllnh Courses
nv Tin: .month
FEW SEEK 1 FOR
WAR TAX NOTICES
Hanks, insurance agents, dnip
stores of tho city have received no
tice from tile treasury department
that the war tnx is effective nest
Tuesday, December 1. Peel halls have
also received notice thnt the tax is
applicable on and after that date on
tnbles, howling alleys, etc, Dealers
will receive u list of articles taxable.
Special stamps for amounts in frac
tional parts of a cent will be sold
by tbe postofficc. The tax applies to
cosmetics, patent medicines, flavor
ing extracts nnd numerous other ar
ticles. Hanks will pay n tax of $1 a
thousand dollars on their capital
stock and undivided surplus. Pension
papers, jnarriagc licenses and boun
ty claims tiro exempt.
The following legal papers nre tax
able, being handled through tbe c6nn
Ponds, except for those required
in legal proceedings, 50 cents.
Certificates of any decription re
quired by law, not otherwise speci
fied, 10 cents.
Contracts Prober's note, or mem
orandum of salu of goods or merch
andise, stopks, bonds, exchange, notes
of linnd, real estate, or property of
any kind, issued by brokers, etc., for
each note or memorandum of sale not
otbenviso provided for in nct( 10
Conveyance Deed, instrument or
writing conveying lands, tenements or
other realty, etc., vnluo over $100 and
not exceeding ip.rl)0, f0 cents, r'm
each additional $."00 or fraction
thereof, f0 cents,
Power of attorney to bull or convey
rcnlvestato or r'ut or leam) the stime,
to eoleel or receive rent, to sell or
transfer stock, bonds, etc., 'J." cents.
GOLF CLUB WINNERS
Thanksgiving was observed lit the
Country club with golf, shooting and
social sessions. Chandler Kgau won
the cros.town drive, nnd Mrs. Slow
Hit Pa Hewn -Km i Tiunv the lour
seoiiv, Tit bu shunt John Oitb won
llie UpU boiioi n turkey. Jr. Hal.
kdsy lied Mm witli twenty points and
lM U tlltf Minol.olT, I line lo Inn.
TW Hthcr nanv4 weioi Campbell III,
AJt'CuMufek JO and Ihniut' 1 1 In
I We JV llierti will be a a)u u (he
tflwk ttlry MhImhIu) tiUernooti,
Poverty, if it exists in this city, did
not show its band Thankgiving to
any great extent, for but seven fam
ilies were supplied with holidnv din
ners by the As-ocintcd Charities, ac
cording to Dr. J. Iiwrenco Hill, tbe
organization president. This i les
tlinn was expected. This morning
five calls for help were received and
supplied after nn investigation. The
Associated Charities is guarding
ngaiust any impo-ition by the un
worthy. The great American holiday was
fittingly observed throughout tbe
city, principally by family dinners
nnd gatherings, 'fbe buinc hou-cs
closed. It was a vcrv nuiet day.
Union sen ice-, of the eluireho.-, of thoi
city were held at the Mctbodl.st
church with a large attendance.
CURISTIAKIA, Nov. 27. The
price of flour has doubled since the
beginning of the war and the cutting
off of Norway from ItuMiiui and
Austrian mnrkcU, At the same time
meuts nro cbeaer than u-iiiil, be
eniisc of curtuihnent of exports,
meats, cattle, hogs and sheen being
among thoe commodities whose ex
port bus been shnrply restricted by
Tho lloctor Say "I'se Mustcrolc"
So many sufferers have found re
lief In Ml'STHUOM: that you ought
to buy a small jar and try it.
Just spread It on with tho fingers.
Hub It In. First you feci a gentle
glow, then a delicious, cooling coin
fort. Ml'STKUOl.K routs tho twinges
loosens up stiffened joints uud mus
cles. MUSTEROLE Is a clean, white
ointment, made with oil of mustard.
It penetrates to tbe seal of pain and
drives it away, but does not blister
tho tenilerest skin.
It takes the place of the mussy, obi
fashioned mustard platter.
MUSTKUOI.E Is recommended for
Dronchitls, Croup. Asthma, Pleurlsj',
Lumbago, Neuralgia, Sprains, Ilrulsos
Stiff Neck, Headache, und Colds of
the Chest (It often prevents Pneu
At your drugglsts's in -5c and 0c
jar, and a special large hospital size
Be sure you get the genuine MUS
TEKOLE. Ilufuso imitations get
what you ask for. Tho Musterolo
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Adv.
BAGLEY'S APPLE JUICE
A healthful housohold beverage, pasteurized and put up in sani
tary cans by new process. Absolute!) free from preservatives. Clear
pure Julco from found clean apples, liny It liy the case or can; al
ways sweet and .'rcsh. A drink for nil tho family an month In tho
BAGLEY'S APPLE BUTTER
Has purity, flavor and price to recommend It for jour use ns a ion
venlcnt, last., tablo dcllcao Ask your grocer.
THE BAGLEY CANNING CO.
TA I.K.ST, OKKf.'OV.
Thankful and Confident
Tho man or woman who saves hli or her money and
promptly deposits It In a strong bank In thankful for past
efforts and looks forward to the future with confidence.
An account with tho Jnvkson County llnnk ndded to by
regular deposits, will give you financial strength.
'c Interest Paid on Savings Accounts,
OVER 2EVEAPS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT
Has Fine Action
in the Blood
Dee Real Work In Cleaning
Body of ImpurkJa.
J0JiPPt.jL 1 1 1- Kn nAJ
It l to tUo kln thnt blool Impurlttcn
are driven by Nature. Ami It U In tb
Kkln tlit H. K. M., the (siuou blfxxl pur
IfliT, bus It taunt prQtiuiiHcvd tnllucurr.
for It Ji lu-re tbat you see llio rult.
B. S. S. U noue tbe ki effective la Ihit
Joint. slauiU ODil tiiuiuun urfuce In
tlrlvlnt; out rlicuiuatUm, ovcrrmnIu I1U
and tlildlug tbu )l-m ot murrb.
Tbo purely teuttublo InuredlrnU In
8. H. R ure n I u rally nmlinllntfd but
tbey ruler tbe blood a an actlvo uiedl
clae aud ure uot demrnyed or converted
while at work It U Dili peculiar feat
ure ot H. H. H. tbat mnkea It mi effo lire
It llr Into aetlon all tb force of tbu
liody, aroue dlKettlte p(ri'tlorn, ntlimi
late tbe blood rlrruUtlou tu detlroy UU-t-u
ITpon entering lb" bl(,d H. H, K. U
rarrltil lbrouliuiit your Ixuly In about
tbr mlnuli. And In a brief time It
baa auy Wool iroubln uudvr coulrul
tbat It no louifir "" miilllply. Oruilii
ally mw fleuli U formed III all broken
ibmu lUaue and lb akin lake on lie'
Mildr slow of bra i Hi, i hi aud X'l
H liolll. of H H H. 1'iUi of any dru
trial, but amid all uhlliule.
Arouud b boll la in llijtralrd lr
cultr Ibit IrlU oii bow in obi a In l"
rial ff adrhe In iiubkly oKifioiulua
mHoim .fMi dlionUfK II H H. I pre
oarrd onlr 1 'l rl'l HlflV Co br
hM Wa Ail.mi, (la,
SERVE SNOWFLAIES AT LUNCHEON
The snappy, zestful, salty flavor of these most pleasing
of all crackers, makes them especially suitable for the
luncheon menu. They are unique in size, too, having a
most tempting and dainty appearance.
Don't ask for crackers, any "SNOWFLAKKS"
at your dealer! Id generous 10c and 25c packaileo
Hold In bull:, too
PACIFIC COAST niSCHJIT COMPANY
L Wtils Urn
lUM ialb TV
AT SHOEING CIIII.DRI;N
Wc'nc uiiiiIi It u Ktudy Mud
wo not only Imve tho rttht wut
of hIioini, hut wo a llitit Hvorr
llttlo fool In roiufoitablo nutl
No dhmppntiiliuunlit wIihii
hiolug our ludtilrunliitdo lln-U.i
and T.d'TII-TIp tir our ehllitrfii
and ho).' lniw. No prra
lowor thuii ouHThIiou tho nhnf
imi iih good.
Is proving a grand success. Anticipate
your thristinas purchases now while
the selections are good.
30 on Set Rings
.1847 Knives and Forks $3.85
WATCHES AT COST
Watch Our Windows
J. W. DIAMOND
What is a Label Worth
lMan, liiaii)' thluftu iiimlo litirc nuuoaonl niiich boiler nluu for tho nionoy
llliui ran he ohtalnod In coiupittliiK hrantU.
Man or nn did uot roallno IhU fact until Intady
catliiK tho inoiltM of OroKou proiliKila.
-iinlll w Imhiiii invoail-
Arc you unit I tm to wo tljo "Iiouid produota" hrftnd, or urn yuu witlt(1tl lo
routluiio pn)liiK uioro for wiiunthluK olio Juat Imciiupu It li nn tMitrn or a
forolKii lalxd? OroKon inunufartuioiii Mini JoIiIh-tm uro willing iul nrxIuuh
that you coiiipaio lliulr ooiIm wllh thoao niacin ulaowluuo, Hoiuuiuluir tliuiit
v.Ikii IniyliiK. uud odpcolally ioiuoiiiIhu' tho follow Iiik cuinwrnx vhiW aiih
ncrlptlotiH inaltii tbla raiupalKU piiftilhlo.
UAdD. nuni.AP AMD TWINU,
AllU-H, lllirilH. .N'ellti I'll.
Tin- t'nlliil Hl.itea Niaiiuml I Unit,
;:, Tliinl hi., I'm ilmxi. oi.
ANKUTO .. ,
OAWI1Y VOOAH'tl OKOOOr.&TEU,
Modern ("mfefl(iiierj Co.,
osraz,b "aoT.nnw hod,"
(liildcn Hod .Mllllini Cn,
COLUMBIA HAMS, nAOOlJ, Z.AUO,
Anil 1'iiri' l'oik rliiNiiiii,
t'liliiil Mi'iit Coinpiiny.
PKAOKKKS "KUl'RBMi:" URAHD,
I' r lliiiinlim n Hun,
JltBOTKIOITV KAniJ IH OUIiOOM,
1'orlluiiil Hallway. I.litlii ftl'iiui-r Cn.
I'uiirio HluliH Kin- liiHiiriini'i' I'd.,
Cliiini uf Cum JUiIm . 1'til llmiil
riXTUHKtt W.KOTJUOAI. AMD UAM,
,1 c KmiiiMii cn.
ie, Ciiimi um-, N. 1'nriiMiiii, in.
l KiiM'l Ai Min,
Hi- Uaiiiiiiiiu i . I'uiii.imi or
I A 'I i'
li'i '. ii, i,t , a... .i .1,
UrvwIiiK Co. 1'nrllHiiil.
oar ai''i.7-anci:b and runwACnu,
Hi-wa MfK Cn, , t
tl3 WIIIIu'iim uv.-, I'mtliijiil, Or,
It M. WmiI.. A( Co..
313 lliitvlliuitiu iiu', I'iii'IImihI, Or.
XMIT UOODB, '
I'iiiIIiiiiiI KiiIUIiik Co., i
ISn Tliinl hI l''illiin!lM)r. ,
HijIiUn'ii Itiiii.lii- WmliH.
tH rkdoml ft., I'iiiIIiiiiiI, Or.
Mr.N'H MADW-TO-OKDIJU OLOTIIIIIO,
CIiuiIin Cihnny ,-4 titnm,
KOI llnl III. Ik., I'iiiIIiiiiiI, Or. '
MONUMIJMTH MAItllLU, (IIIAUIIU,
lllllt'MllIK llllllllll' I'll ,
HUT Tliinl, I'iiiIIiiiiiI itml Malum, Or,
OlX&!iiIl& Inaurnnco Company
ci u,vi uv vnruuM '
Homk Orru r C.nwir Hi no . 1'omii.ahii
)'llilliliii WiiiiIku Mill,
li' ml I' Inn, 01
UUBIIUU HI1UMI, MIlfiHAMIOT, (1001)11
J'tirllMiiil llnliiii'i Mill,
Ml l Mm i .1 I'm ll.in.1 Ol
WAWIIIHH VWlllK-"0tl MIMUby
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