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MEDFORD MAII'j TIUUUNig,
ORWIOK, SATURDAY. lWIIMBKto 10, 1911
NEWS FROM COUNTRY CORRESPONDENTS
A Vict ixiln concert will be given tit
the Jiubliit library to its friends on
Kundny nflcrnoon'froiu f to (I. The
"Oh, Conn, All Yo Faithful,' by
Trinity choir5; "It Cnmo Upon tlio
Midnight, Clear," Vietororntorio
chnruK; selection by full orchestra;
"Stillo Nneht,'' Schumnnu-Heinck;
'Holinlo Sweet Hcssie," Fnrrnr;
"Nohld to the Mountains,' fnnn "ll
Trovulore," Cnruso nnd Homer;
"Spring Sonj' Neapolitan trio;
"While Shepherds Watch Their
Flot'ks by Night"; "Clock Shop," Vic
tot Herbert orchestra; "Last Hose of
Summer," Aliee Xrilson; "Humor
esquc," violin solo, M. Khnan; "Mis
erere," frtun "II Trovntorc," Caruso
and AUlft; "He Shall Feed His Flock,"
from "The Messiah,'' Ionise Ilotner;
"The Fountain,' harp solo; Handel's
"Largo," by Hou.sa'.s baud.
The library is able to give this by
courtesy of Mi-s Elizabeth Hielitirds
ami the Hale Piano company.
LULL ALONG VISTULA
SAYS PETBOGBAD REPORT
riiTIlOGHAP, Dee. 111. Tito fol
lowing statement from tlio general
staff of ttto Kusslau tinny was made
"On the left hank or tlio Vistula an
almost complete lull on nearly nil ot
tlm front has replaced the attacks
mado by tlio enemy In the courso of
tlio past few days. All of these at
tacks we repulsed."
"In connection with the ndvanto ot
part ot our troops towards the Dzura
river, (Russian Poland) and In view
ot the fact that tlio Austrlans arc
continually revolving reinforcements
In the Carpathians, we have thought
fit to rearrange the positions of some
of our armies.
"We check the offensive ot the en
emy yestorday In western -Galtcla. On
the front hetweon Sanck and Llsko wo
have succeeded In our offensive and
have captured three thousand prison
ers, several guns and mitrailleuses."
I ASHLAND AND VICINITY
WEDDING BELLS I
Mr Ilichnrd Uopjie, who recently
nccepted the position as night clerk
at the Hotel Holland, aud Miss Daisy
Kosell became united In marrlago last
"Wednesday, December the 17th, at
the office of tlio Justice of pencu in
Medford. Jlr. Hoppc, a bookkeeper,
came from Portland, a few weeks ago,
and Miss Daisy Roscll is a well known
actress In vaudevlllo from San Fmn
cIhco. During his short stay In Med
ford Mr. Hoppo lias mado many
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned will apply to the city coun
cil of tho city ot Medford, Oregon, at
its next regular meeting on Panuary
f.tli. 19 IS, for a license to sell spir
ituous, vIuouh and malt liquors at
retail in quantities less than a gal
lon ul Hh place If business on South
Front street in said city for a period
of six months.
Dated December Hub, 1914.
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Colltjic tmft-u:.' Wri. ot :.w Yorl:, f.
lh d-u.koi), mid liv OKflttU tliai ii's Uu
will mat9 a fine sowllq;. Unlaii't uhr.'
ulc l a jin(Jjit!j)i Mt uti -wli
Pflntotoii; V.'i Vofyu Ourijcll, )Vjlr)i
and WlllUias bflnu 0i t(. IIiiIoh lm i'
fftitfd Weft Point tar toir baiii tgc.-i
lively. C'atnlri .ItimjIUPii U rated
nttotiR vnnli ' InCacti hi U .conaUf'
one ot the bit -of' iteVplbj);d Irt the du
liy wi lmtiilp;tiii tu.l.-H'.ill,
The beet suf-iir iicitiilion im lettdinj,
to n lot of inviMimitum over the mut
ter, ptutieuliuly by those who have
heretofore resided in beet-prodttein
sdntei, notably Colorado, I'tah and
Idaho. Thce parties are enabled to
furnish our home people with reliable
fai'ts and fijjurvs eoneerninir the in
dulry, the developtnent of whieh
promises so mueh for thi1 valley.
The Presbyterian chtireh will pre
sent n Rnind double bill as u Christ
inns reminder on Sunday, Doeember
'JO, both moiniii and eveuiii.u'. The
two performance will embiaee some
five musical sclcetioii?, in addition to
routine services. The Uoiirejrntioii
nlits will observe the jjreat Christian
holidav on Christmas moniiti at
Mrs. J. II. Wiek left Wednesday for
a winter's stay wilh her mother at
Avon Park, Fin., n locality whieh she
has visited on former oeeasions. Ae
eompnnyinjr her as far as Los An
Keles was Mrs. II. L. Whited, who
was summoned to.dardeua, a subiub
of the metfopolis, owinp tt the seri
ous illnesv of her mother, Mr. W. 11.
Colton, former wcllkmivii ivsldent
of this eity.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. I'ayue, near
relatives of the Aliens, Uickey.s and
Foxes, nod who have been living at
HilNboro and NewjMiit, have returned
to Ashland for indefinite stay dur
ing tlio winter mouths.
The eity election left u few sou
spots which, hoveer, will not be
hard to heal. On the tie.ket not n sin.
f:le caudidnle sjuled under the colors
of cilhei the old ntsmlpat or mo-s-
bael: de-ianfttion. Tlte mayor re
elect is really n non-purlUftn-inde-pendent-prohi.,
whereas h opponent
is a new-thought oelnH"M. The iv-
eorder is n ldue Priwbyterinn of the
stern Cmeitnnter sehmd. Two of the
iiiiiuuiemble and nsiieees.ful candi
dates for the reconlership are shout-
iin.' Methodists. The old hue polit
ienl jMirties gave way to ejiibs, lodue?
and ehundies in furthering the for
tunes f their respective cnndidnte,
Only the W. C. T. I, and its allied or
ganization, the Commercial elub, rt
mained positively neutral. One dis
gruntled elector was ineilnatd to
make the remark that a banker, tin
F.Ik or a Shriuer couldn't be elected
to auv ort of an office within the
gift of the municipality.
W. II. McXnir is the. new high
priest of Siskiyou Chapter. No. '21,
Jfoval Areh Masons. Other officer5
ure: Stuart Saunders, king; C. A.
Ma lone, scribe; K. Ik Shaw, eaptain
of the host; C. II. Vnpuel, treasurer;
W. II. Day, secretary; T. K. Uoltin,
principal sojourner; W. E. Wake,
royal arch enptaiu. It. P. Cornelius,
F. II. Johnson and J. J. MeN'uir are
masters of the veils; C. C. Weisen
burgcr, sentinel. The election oe
eurred Thursday evening ami C. W.
Hoot, pust high uriest, installed the
officers-elect. The annual meeting
concluded with the eustoinnry ban
quet. Camp's studio, otic of the old photo
landmarks in this locality, is to be re
opened uH nrti.slic headquarters by
lessees who have lately taken over
As a result of the metamorphosis
of tho Fortnightly club from uu or
ganization of espcrl bridge whist
players into a sewing circle, the suf
fering llclgians will lie the gainers to
the extent of a lot of warm clothuig.'
The ladies lutvii been extra busy of
late in getting these garments ready
so as to be in lime to ship on the
steamer Mnssiipcqiiu, which sails
from New York in Ikct'inbcr. With
this clothing the Commercial club will
also forward an assortment of sup
lilies, including flour, beans and dried
fruits to add to the ship's canto,
which is the second which this
setnniiT will carrv to Europe to re
lieve the distieas. Three nlher steam
ers the Agamemnon, Xeehes and
Ferona are also engagid in the
siiuie relief work. It is reported by
those high in aiithorilv having thin
work in charge that the needs of JJcl
giiun in foodstuffs alone will bo
.luO.OUO tons per mouth. I'p to Do
eembur .j the cash contributions
through the llulgiau relief tund have
been nearly .7OI),00O, the -muHiM
iudividgial contribution being I cent
and lliu. largest 10,001). Supplio
from iliiri xeetiou me sent through
Portland eliimnuli us foiwaidud by
ihe Coiiimoreial elub.
E. W. Moslter of Portland, city
passenger agent of the Pennsylvania
linoj west of Ptitsburg, was in town
oaly in tlio week incident to a bui
nes trip throughout this section.
In response to the obnurvtuine of
an unwritten ruling made by Hie lo
cal postnfficc. department, all mail
mutter addressed to Santa Clans, St.
Nick, or even the Old Nick himself
if uncalled for in due season before
Christmas day, will he delivered to
the Sunshine bociety, inasmuch a
this oi'gunizution of kind-hearted wo-,
men stands ready to assume the role
of patron saint in behalf of Ihe needy
Mini (lie ti&( vessel),
' Anticipating the Tidings holiday
.Million, whieh promises to be tin elab
lorutely illustrated ufluir. printed on
i hand-made, deckel-edge stock with
j leaves uncut, the lieeurd appeared on
uie 1 1 in nisi, in a iwcui-imgc Minn
with illuminated covers, chock full of
advertising specialties and miscel
lany, its greeting bearing the auto
graph of the editor.
Mr. aud Mrs. 0. II. Stilsou of Cor
inth, la., en route to California, have
recently been renewing old-time
friend ships with Mr. and Mrs, W. II.
Oowdy, former residents of the
Mrs. Mollie Wood.has gone to Med
ford for uu indefinite stay with her
son, Tom Fuson.
Professor Milam, principal of the
East Side school, was host on Friday
to the teacheis of that institution.
The occasion was a dinner tit Charley
Loontis' confectionery on the boule
vard, with oysters on the side, aud
other rich viands seived ad lib. This
hospitable event marked the close of
school preliminary to the Christmas
vacation. About a dozen teachers
W. It. Shearer of Yrcka. represen
tative in the California legislutiiie
from Siskivou, and four adjacent
counties, has been a visit, n- here re
cently with I a i cousin, E. Ik Shaw.
Mrs. Ella Mills and sou Win me
home for the holidav s. Mrs. Mill
has been visiting in the northern p.ut
of lite state and Vem is a student of
the California Mate tmiversitv at
Hcrkeley, an institution which with
its affiliations ms .SOOO students and
at which he U taking a course in civil
Jlr. and Mi. C. W. Xinis hnve re
turned lrom a tup to the central
weit. where they viited several
weeks at their old home in the vicinitv
of Elk-iii. III.
JACKSONVILLE ITEMS I
Mr. (J. II. Dorri. who hid th
misfortune to break her arm while on
a visit to her iter.s. left for Eintene
Suudnv. accompanied bv Mrs. J. ('.
0. A. liurdner was a icesut visitor
at Portland, having attended the
county clerk ronventiou.
.Mrs. Wnlter Ktntuc r ss'iit the day
in Medford .Moadnv, as did also Mr.
Ik M. Collin.
Mrs. H. .1. Knl.li leH for Poitlaud
the first of the week, where she will
spend the holidays with her ehildiuu.
Mrs. Alice Ilcdbiug lias returned
to her home in Poitlaud after a num
ber of weeks spent in this vicinity
with relatives and tricml.
Cliarlcn Prim, dr., who has been
attending the University of Califor
nia, arrived home Thursday for the
Mr. and Mrs. Italpb Jennings of
Applegutc tarried in town a few hours
J. O. Ithinehart has returned to
San iego nftcr a visit with, his
brother, J. 11. Ithinehart.
Word was received Thursday of the
death of Frank Itobiusou at Salem,
Or. The body will be brought to
Phoenix for burial.
H. M. Collins arrived fromWilJows,
C:il., Wednesday, to spend thu holi
days with his family.
Mrs. Vining and Mrs. ( 'ranger of
Ashland were recent guests of Mrs.
C. ('. Heekuiaii.
Dr. U. E. fJolden entertained n few
friends with a smoker at his home
last Wwliicidny evening. The even
ing was SM'iit with eaids mid bil
liard., after. which a turkey supper
wus served. Fidowing were those
present: Charles J. Nuiiiin, Lewis
t'lrieh, .John Helcr, CI. A. ('ardiier, F.
'. Smith and Maine Kliim and Dr.
Thayer of Medford.
Mrs. John nuuuiugton was a Med
ford visitor Monday nltcrnoon.
Miss Ekron Hall, who is nltcnding
school ul Albany, will come home for
the holiday Saturday.
Miss Coiinnc Linn left for Eugene
the lat of the week to visit relatives.
Preparations are in order for the
union Christmas tree to he held at
the schoolhonse Christinas c,vc, and
the different committees are sparing
no efforts to make it u success,
APOSTLE, DESCRIES WAR
CJIICAOO, Dee. 17--A plmi for
universal poarc was made last nlKht
by David Starr Jordan, president ot
Ldand Stanford university who said
in nu nddicbs to tho Southern club
that the Culled Stales was the only
world cin&rlouco left.
"Wo have no business to talk war
at this time," he said. "Our duty Is
to care for tho distress that has been
occasioned by this terrible murder In
Europe. There Is no use for any sane
man to think of piling up means of
war and further destruction. The un
official povor of this country Is
greater than Its official at this time,
or we have won great encomulums
for our stand for peace.
"I do not believe the crushing of
ouo great military machine against
another will bring peace, and whether
we can do anything or not I do not
know, but 11 I worth trying."
l'ttnmnnt to tho provisions of Chapter '.Ml. Uciicrnl Laws ot OrcKUli,
lit 13, notice tu hereby given that the County Court of Jnrktuni County, Ore
gon, will meet tu thu Circuit Court room ot the couil house In the city of
Jacksonville, Oregon, on Thursday, tho Hint day of December, 1911, at thL
hour of to o'clock A, M, of said day, aud at thoWtd time and place, oppor
tunity will bo given for a full and complete discussion of the estlmato of
the amount of money proposed tu he raised by taxation for thu ensiling year
as published hcniwHh, by nay taxpayer subject to such tax levy when
made. In favor of or nr.itlnst any of the proponed tax levies herein.
The County Court has prepared and Hiihiultn tho follewing: An esti
mate of the amount required for ench department of County Uoveiniueiit,
county office or county officer, each county improvement, the malntennnce
of each county building, ntructuro or Institution, tho snlary of each county
officer or employe, Including thowu whoso salaries are fixed by uttituto, for
the Improvement and maintenance of public hlghwnvs. roads, bridges, thu
construction, oxratlou and maintenance of each public utility and re
demptlou of outstanding warrants; aud estimate or the probable receipts
of tho countv from sources other than direct taxation upon the real aud
personal property In the county durluft the period for which such tax Ih to
he levied, and tho amount of balances on hnnd In the funds of thu county
at tho Hme tho levy will he made.
For payment of the following separate Items of expense:
Pacific Highway Itoad luterest Kund
Interest on Koad HoiuIh
Oenoral Koad Fund- -f
All moiievs raised bv levy for the Oeiteral Head Fund to
kept separate and apart from the licneral County Fund)
Urldges, Heads and Highways (same to bu placed In Oeneral
ltoad Fund) Oencrnl expenses. Including construction, Iin
piovemeiits, machinery, malntennnce, material, bridges, re
pairs, tools, etc., all of which Is to be expended by order ot
the County Court
County School Fund
High School Fund
School l.lhrarv Fund
t'eneral County Fund --
For pa nietit of State Tax (estimate only)
Operation of Ferry
Circuit Court, general expenses, including hnlllffn, Jurors, re
porters, special counsel, witnesses, fees, mileage and other ex
penses Count) Court anil Commissioners--County
Traveling expenses . .........
Fees and traveling expenses -
Other exi'eitses, Including supplies, printing, postage, express,
telephonluu, telegraph, Jurors, witnesses, mileage, etc............
Jurors, witnesses, mileage, etc
Widow's pensions ...-......
Other expenses for commitments. Probation Officer, etc
fees, of Justletsf. constables. Jurors ami wUiicviso, and mileage
(hereof mid sundry supplies, etc
For bids of all kinds, delinquent taxes, resources, sales of pro-
(Mirk) and various noticed - ....,
Care of tl v Poor, etc-
iinlnrv of Sueiintuudiit fur Poor Farm -
Maintenance or Poor Farm and hospital aud olhurs not at Poor
lllltid. Deaf .Vutc.i. Delinquent children, feublB-mliidcd, Insane.
nelect"'l children aud tubercular poor
IlounOcs On Wild AulmuU
Payment of ,
Hoys and Cliis Aid Socluty
For support of .,vw.
Collection of TmiM
(Offices ot Sliurltr and Treasurer) oxpunio
Salary of Janitor
Other expenses. Including lights, water, fuel, furniture, repairs,
Snliirv ff l:i',ilMr
Other expenses, Including board of! prisoners, repairs, supplies,
County Offices and Officers
S.ilur) of Assessor .
Salaries of field deputies
Salaries of office deputies
Otie deputy .... ........ ........ .m..m.........
Four clerks tit J,10 ........ ... ..........
Other expenses, iticludlug printing, postage, express, telephouo
and telegrams -
Clerk'B Office .
Salary of celrk and one deputy
Salaries of deputies
(Ino ilenutv .
Other clerical assistance, other expenses, including blanks, blank
books, printing, postage, express, telephone, telegrnph and
record books for Circuit. County and Juvenllo Courts
Fees of coroner and physicians, Jurors, witness and other ex-
(tenses . . -
Salaries and expenses of inspectors
Salary of Health Officer
Lxpenscs , ,...,
Office expcm-ci . ..,.,
Salary of Je order S,)iMI.H0
Salary of one deputy -.,.-.... ....
Other expenses, including mippltes, printing, postugu, expross,
telephone and telegraph -
Heboid Superintendent's Office and Department of Education
Salary or Superintendent ....
Clerical asslstanie ,
Toaiher's Institutes nnetlngs and school officers convention
Other expenses. Including supplies, printing, postage, oxprcms,
telephone and telegrams ,
County Educational Hoard, expense
Two supervlkors at J1H-0 'eh
Supervisors oxm'hh.h, Including supplies, printing, poetnge, ex
press, telephone and teelgrnnis
Eighth (Jrado examination and expenses
Truant officer. exiieniU! mid salarv
Salary ami tiavellng expenses l,f00.00
Sealer of Weights and .MeaaurcB
Other expenses . ...
Sheriffs Olflce , . ,
Salary of Sheriff ....... .r ,.,,....... ,.
Salary of deputy "
Traveling expenses ,
Other oxpoiues, lialudliiK printing, lKistnge, expiesji, telephone
Stock Inspector .
halary of ... . ...... ...,..... .......,.....................a......,
Fees of Sunoor null doputies .... ., .,
Other oxpensfcs. Including postage, express, rent of office, tele
phono and traveling expenses. , -
Trauiiror'b Offlc-J' "' ' ..,
Salary of Trefisurer " , .
One deputy '-ftM.
Other oxpeuses, fur ludliit; jirlntlng, poHtago, express,, telephone
and telfixrains ,....., t "
Incasii of siiorliij olcctlons callod, exponsca of 1.000.00
Examination of Hooks and Accounts
Expeiiises , -
Expenses, of ...
Premium on Count) Official Honda .......,..
Expensos of -
Hollet ot ..is.
Rofunds, double asHCssinents, errors, etc ,.... ., 8,000.00
Warrants - , t .-?' , "(.
Redemption or outstanding wurrnnts against the Ooneral
County Fund ,
It is the Intention of the Court to redeem outstanding war
rants with all unexpended bulauccs. '
lljlelrin lllitliunv lllllll'iull I'llllll .
tleneral County Itoad Fund
County School Fund , .
High Holionl Fund .v
O. .1... ..I I.II.H.ll... I.'llllll
.-..,,..... - - - - - -- - -,-- --- ----- ------------
( enera Countv Fund which ineiiiues Htate Tax anil iteilenin-
Hon of outstahdlug Warrants) UH 1, 100,00
i. ...... .(.
1 1, r.oo.oo
Total to raise
Estimated total or probable receipts of .liielison County, Oregon,
from iiources other than direct taxation upon Ileal and Per
sonal property In Its Jurisdiction during Ihe period for which
this estlmato Is Hindu
The following balances were on hand Dee, 1st, 1911;
Oonornl County Fund
(All money on hand la applicable on icdcmit!uu of outstanding
Koad Funds 1
Parlflu Highway Interest Fund
County School Fund -.
High School Fund
There Is an Item of transfer to be mado from Pacific Itoad Fund
to Pacific Highway Interest Fund In Ihe amount or
1, 'J 10.00
rus "" - "V. -- r- . S A- -- . JSTt .-
PltOPOSED LEW O.V till t ASSESSMENT I'OU COI'NTV AND STATE
School aud Library
Pacific Highway Interest Fund
(lenural Fund ,
.. .it.o mills on tho dollar,
... . I or a milt on the dollar.
.. . .i. of a mill on tho dollar.
....2.D mills on tho dollar.
....7.H mills on the dollar,
School ' Levies llled In the otllco of thu euiiulv clerk, Decern-II.
. f. 2.1 .
2.S XI .
. . t.r.
Speclnl Clt) l.evlei flttMl In the office ot the county Ctai'k. Dccembor 1st,
IS. MiHlforU . .
. ... IB. Phonlx .
. II. KoftUtt Klver
t Talent .......
- J". , -T- V . . . - -J
STATU OF OltlCUOX. COUNTY Of JACKUON. M,
We, tho uiiderslgussl, eoHnty court of Jackson County, do hereby certify
that th above Is a true, fair and complete estimate of the probable ex.
Iietises of said cftuut) for the ciisuIhk esr and proi.nble ieclits from
sxiurees other than direct (svstlon iiih.ii real and personal pioKrly In Itu
Jurisdiction tlurlmc Ihn euuslntt rear.
We further certify that the estimate of expenses of the vnrious Inutl
ttitloim of thu countv, of the amount required for public enterprise, ronds,
bridKiH. etc , and or all other expensos of the county as therein net out, In
Just and Is based upon a careful study of tho expenso of tho county dur
ing the past and a thorough examination ot Us probable needs during tho
yenr for which such estimate Is made That each tut tl every item therein
Is believed to bo necessary for the proper transaction of Hi business of the
county, the prelection or ittt ropcrty and Interests and to be for the public
wultare. That every expense estltuntuil Is in accordance with law, and Is
a legitimate charge against the county.
Dated at Jacksonville, Oregon, December 7th. 1 91 1.
P. L. TO!) VELLE,.
J C SMITH.
Attest: County Court.
(I. A. OAHDNEIt,
Total Z ? r.02,8CO,00
1911 Hupmoblto demonstrator, electric lights, Wentlnghotiso stnrtor
and seat covers. Positively thonweetejt running little car In south
ern Oregon. A flue put former on mountain or muddy roads. At a
1913, 10 H. P. Appurson, good shape incehnnlcnlly, rcnsonablo
price and tends. A good buy to thu right parties,
1911 Cadillac, lour doors, tho car that always Hlauds up.
E. M. F, In good mechanical condition, price reasonable,
Eight cylinder Cadillac will nrivo the first week In January, watch
Crater Lake Motor Car Co.
COURT HALL, Salos Mamigor
Following usual ciiiituiu the Southern I'oclflu will
hitvo in effect from all points, Main Line and
Special Christmas and New Year Holi
day Round Trip Fares
KALE DATES IX OltEf.'O.V
Tickets between all points In Oregon will bo Hold
December 18, 19, 20, 23, 21, 2.1 ami ill, 1911, and
January I, J'ir.; also between, all C U '., p. It. &
N., 1'. E. k E. nnd s. P. C & W. points. Final re
turn lliull .limitary 1, 19l,i.
SALE DATES TO CALH'OHMA
Dectimbor 21 to 2R, to Jnuuary I, Inclusive, from nil
points In Oiojon to any point In ('ulirnrnln, nl.o to
Klamath Pathi via Wied. Plum loturu limit ,lim-
'iinry I, 191a.
SUPERIOR TRAIN SERVICE
Call on our nearest Agent ror full puillouluiH, faro
to tipuclflo points, rosoi'VutloiiH, train schedules, etc,
,'ohn M.'Kcutt, (leneral I'asNenger Agent, Portland,