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oUSDirOUU MAIL TIMUUNIO, MMIWOMK OUK(H)NT. TUUIiSDAY, IVTCCMMmM 'J'l, 1!)M
10CAL AND I
L PERSONAL i
Heavy receipt of ChrtstiuttB mnl
from tlio cast nnd mldllo west on
Wednesday and thlo morning flooded
tlio locnl postofflco, nml delayed tlio
distribution Yulctllo pncfcnROp nnd
letters belnR fclvcu tlio rlRlit of way.
Papers nml, periodicals nro being
lioltl lmek, n delivery or so, to clear
tlio' tubloH of Cbrlatinns packages.
ThpuRh ISM has been n lcnn year,
tho BondliiK nml receipt of gift? has
shown no appreciable falling off.
Experienced man wishes position
ns foreman on orchard or ranch. Kof
cronccs. Addross It., enre Mali Tri
Dob-cats nro more plentiful tlinn
usual In the bills this season, two or
threo dozen being presented to tho
county clerk this week or tho collec
tion of bounty.
No danco at St. Mark's Wall for
two week. Next danco will bo Sat
urday, January !)th, 1915
The county court has ordered tho
construction ot a wire bridge across
Dear creek near tho Marshall road,
for tho benefit of children attending
the Morrlmnn school. This will al
low tho pupils to attend without ford
ing tho creek, or going along way
Cars stored for 12.00 at Iyer23G
Tho next road attraction at the
Page Thoatcr will bo May Kobson in
, "Martha Uy tho Day," a dramatiza
tion of Julio Mi- Llppmann's book,
January 2. Miss Hobson's last visit
to this city was over two years ago,
when sho appeared In tho old theater
on Eighth street. At that time she
slipped down a flight of stairs In
tho theater, and sprained her ankle.
Another barrel of Houston's gen
ulno sorghum nt Hutchison & Lutns
Mrs. Jcsslo Raymond of Hollanl,
Oregon, Is upending tho Christmas
holidays In this cjty visiting friends
Itom and boaYdat 145 South Ivy.
Mrs. C. L. Grant; 243
Tho hearing of tho testimony In
tho suit of tho California-Oregon
Tower company was completed on
Palm rooms, now management,
light, airy roomB, reasonable rates.
Georgia KIchor. 250
Al Pankoy of Central Point lo a
business visitor In the city today.
If you wnnt quality I have it.
Storo open evenings tljl Christmas.
Martin J Iteddy, tho Jeweler.
T. II. Harrison of Grants Pass at
tended to business matters in this
city and Jacksonville Wednesday.
Get your butter, cream, milk and
butter-milk, at Do Voo's.
Mrs. F. II. Fnrrar of Kay Gold
epent Wednesday In this city shop
ping and visiting frloiuls.
Upper Crust, best hard -wncat flour
mado. At Urownlco & Ltndlcy,
phono 027. 236
Ulrlch and Ryan this morning
contributed to tho Associated Chari
ties for distribution among tho
needy, a trunkful of children's un
derwear, brand new.
Houston's homo made eorghum at
Hutchison & Lumsdcn's 23S
Mrs. U. H. Knynrt and Miss Ircno
Plotner left Wednesday evening for
Giendalo to spend Christmas with
friends and relatives.
Order your Christmas vrcathes
ow from PIcrco, tlio florist, real Eng
lish holly upod in wreaths, also cut
flowers. Order early and avoid dis
appointment. Pierce, tho floriest.
Clarcnco Freeman of tho Antclopo
district spent Wednesday In Medford
Kodak finishing tho best, at Wes
ton's Camera Shop. Over Isls Thea
ter. Prisoners In the county jail will
recolvo a llttlo extra on their regular
faro tomorrow, consisting of delica
cies nnd fowl. Thoy will be allowed
to buy extra food, but tho most of
thorn huvu lid money.
Remember the Iteddy bnv Is a guar
antee, of quality. Martin J- Iteddy,
Tho funeral services of A. N.
Clark who died nt the Sticrud Heart
hospital were held Wednesday, In
tho presence of u few frioiids. Ho was
72 years old, and had two tons living
in Now York and Missouri. Ho had
been n rosldont or this city for seven
"Insurnnco'1 moans "Holmes'' and
"Holmes" means "Insurance." Sco
Holmes "Tho Insurance Man."
Weather Indications point to a
bright and sunny 01rlntmui with tho
mercury near 30. Snow is earnestly
dosirod by scores. Tho fall of n week
ago has till molted except in tbo
- Host, sorghum to bo had at Hutchi
son & I.unisdon'B. 238
James '"Collins of Hosehurg is
mnoim t'.ie out ot town visitors In tho
city this week.
Tho man who eats apples lias llt
tlo tiiuo to drink. Hugloy'a apple
juleo should he more widely known.
Tom Fuson and A. 0. Ilitrgess
ppeut Wednesday evening in Ashland
Jransactlng busluesa matters.
Kogcr Dennett returned Wedncfw
tiny" nTtcruoun from a threo week's,
business trip to Eugene nnd other
Wlllnmctto valley points.
Misses Ethel nnd Marie Elfcrt left
Wednesday morning for ltosobiirg
when thoy will attend n party given
by Mips Mildred Wilson
DcYoo Is going to sell 500 pounds
of chocolate creams nt thirty cents
tier pound. Get a pound today, tf
Mrs. Fred Lewis nnd children will
lenvo tomorrow to spend tho Christ-
man holldnyn on their ranch lomo at
Wellen, returning with the re-open-Ing
Mrs. G. W, Howard nnd children
of Hornbrook, wore In Medford Wed
nesday doing Christmas shopping.
Try n quart of our guaranteed
puro sanitary milk. Phono 5S2-W.
Two Intoxicated gentlemen were
landed in tlio city jail this morning,
being tho first arrest for drunkenness
In ten days.
Chas. Oppol and family returned
to Portland Wednesday after a few
days business stay in Medford. Mr.
Oppel Is erecting foreman for the
O. W. It. & X. Co., and his mllsslon
hero was that of looking up n small
tract of land near Medford suitable
tor tho cultivation ot fruit and tor
raising poultry. Both Mr. and Mrs
Oppel were well pleased with the val
ley and will return Inter to mako
their homo here.
Kodak finishing and supplies at
Weston's Camera Shop. Over Isls
Harry Coffccn and "wife of Slsson,
Cnl arrived Wednesday afternoon
to spend tho Christmas season with
friends nnd relatives in this city.
Mrs. Everett Ends lert Wednesday
morning for Cottngo Grove, where
sho will Bpend Christmas with her
Why walk when you can rldo for
15c to any part of the city. Ford
Taxi. Call Alco SS2R.
Tho high school basketball team
defeated the Aulmnl team by tho lop
sided score of 40 to 15 at tho Xat
Wednesday night, before n fair sized
towd. Lack of training handicapped
tho Alumni team.
F. E. Redden and family will leave
tonight for Grants Pass where they
will spend Christmas with Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Jackson.
Get It nt Do Voo's.
H. C. Stoddard ot the California
Oregon Power returned Wednesday
from a business trip to Grants Pass.
Tho Southern Pacific gasollno mo
tor which handles tho local passen
ger travel between Grants Pass aud
Ashland has been sent to Portland
for extonslvo repairs. Steam cars
I aro now doing the local work between
the above named towns.
J. O. Gcrking, the best all around
photographer In southern Oregon.
Always reliable. Negatives mado any
where, tlmo or place. Studio 22S
Main St. Phono 320-J.
F. E. Merrick attended to business
matters in Ashland Wednesday after
noon. A. R. Parker of Ccntrn"l Point at
tended to business matters in this
city Wednesday afternoon
Walter Sims, n prominent stock
man of the Klamath district Is
spending a few days in the city at
tending to business matters.
Tho finest equipment In Oregon for
printing fruit labels. Medford Print
Miss Enid Hamilton has returned
from a visit with friends nnd rela
tives in Senttlo and Portland.
One of tho largest houses In tho
history of tho Page theater attended
tho opening of tho serial "Tho Mas
tor Key," Wednesday night.
Swcot cider at Do Voo's.
U. S. Collins, superintendent of
tho Medford school is nttending tho
sessions of tho Oregon State Teachers
association at Kug-no this week, and
will arrive homo today.
Hon Shotdon addressed tho Wocd
pion's lodge last night on tho advan
tages of the new city charter.
Joe Rader of Phoenix spent
Wednesday In Medford attending to
The University club hold their
'feurth: , annual Christina1) Jinks
Wednesday! evening following Christ-
dinner with plates for Co nnd It wn8
tho most successful of any yet held.
Tho songs and Jokes won much ap
plause and were thoroughly enjoyed
by nu audience that complete!)
filled the dining room of the Hol
Tho program was divided Into two
parts betweon which S. Vilas llack
wlth rendered two solos. The pro pre
gram: Number Three
A Romantic Fantasy
Scene Interior of Pullman car, 2
a. in., on the Mod ford A: Crescent
Cast of Character's
Porter A. S. V, Carpenter
Rosenbaum, brnkeman .. .V. Vawtor
H. W. Ulnghutmcr Wm. Morgan
Trony (! 11 Carpenter
Old Woman . W. Ruhl
Young Woman A. C. Flero
Drummer 11 C. Kuan
, To CimkI To Ho True
A Drama In Uuo Act
Scene Hoard of Governor' Meet
ing Room, Roguo River Valley Uni
versity Club, 1050.
Catt ot Characters
Papa McCormuck, president Commit
tee of One Hundred 11. C. Egan
Evan lleamcs, dry governor of Ore
gon Win. Morgan
Fred Hopkins, athletic Instructor
Central Point Y. M. C. A., alias
the "Pen-nut" Klng..R. H. McCurdy
S. Vilas Rcckwith, astrologer
.... It. W. Ruhl
P. Guthrie, man about town
A. C. Flero
Tronson, president of Hnuicy Club
G. 11. Carpenter
Mrs. Tronson, colored nurse In
charge of lleckwlth
A. S. V. Carpenter
W. V. II. Campbell, club orator
y Wm. Vawtor
Perhaps tho song" that won most
applause was Honey's Joy-rldlng auto
song- entitled "Won't You Take
Hack," sung by Vernon Vawtor, the
chorus of which was:
t Rweburg Kuvicv )
Tint Deputy 6uiuo Warden Ar
thur Hubbard, who was lulu Thurs
day shot and killed hv l.oils Martin,
on Trail creek, In .luck sou county,
was one of tho most efficient ml
fearless officers In the state, was the
statement miUto horn thin, morning
by District Attorney (lehrgo t.
Drown. "If I woie to ehoso two
game wardens, Mr. Hubbard would
haw been one 'of my setcotlutii."
said tho district uUoine.v. "lie was
quiet, fearless hud believed In en
forcing tho laws, t have hud con
siderable experience with rninio war
dens during in) career ns district
attorney, nnd 1 nlvvavs found Mr.
Hubbard a man In whom you could
Impute trust. In his death th state
of Dropon bttH lost one of Its best
"District Attorney Drown had
known Mr. lluuVuld personally fdr
a number of yonrs. and through
biislnoMrt dtxilluitu they had been
biouglit close logothcr upon ua num
ber of occasions. N. one In Oregon
regrets the death of Mr. Ilublmrd
more than does Dr-Ulct Attorney
LODZ CAPTURE TURNING POINT
(Coiittluiicd from Hugo I )
O Wont you take back. O Won't
you tnko back, ',
O Won't you tako bacft that. ca
boose. With a broken arm Joy-rldlng has no
And when sho starts she Jams my
Thrbugb a fenco so I can't get loose.
I'd like to crunk that tartar. If I
could start hor,
Nevertheless, 1 won't be behind bo
cause I find
That It's safer there by far
And it would save mo pain If you'd
take back ngalu
Your darned old car.
trouchci wore enfiladed b shrapnel
from one direction or another, but
tho Russians clung to their positions
obstinately. When the Girumni
finally captured the trenchon, S7S
Russian corpsen were found In a
space about 80 yards square.
It was resistance of this nature
which tho Germans had to overcome
to capture l.odx. The Russians nro
again offering obstinate resistance ns
was learned today from German staff
oflccrs along thu Htiirn and Ruwku
Rivers, on their positions riintili;
north mid south nlnug u line 30 lo
35 nillrs woet of Warsaw.
A captured Russian offlcor who
speaks good German wild Hint what
Impressed him aud his men most
greatly was tho Prussian "nuprnll'
the silent ndvAnce of tho German
troops, the assault by lino after lino
of dark figures moving inward the
Instantly by olhtirn fiom .tlm.iretm
lino and. thojvJ ujvo, UJu. f.;i.Jl
this gave tho effect of cuiiiothHig lr
roHNIblo tho Itusnlnii ofHi'orHald
To seo tho silent lines of Germans
como on nml on, doiiplto nil their if
foi'ln, tried them terribly, causing
nerves to suae
Tbo Russian evncuutlou, of l.odx
was effected so iUletly And vviVti cov
ered I'd well that tho (Ionium did
not learn Mf.Jt until tjjiuil morn
ing wlum (jioy found that tWiHus
slan troops'lud disappeared nHllough.
thoy had vanished from tlio f.'uV of
tho earth. Tho usuitl u'cvmiui night
patrols had bcmi jtcnt out to keep In
contact with the enemy, but tljo Rim
shins throw u thin but Impenetrable
screen befoio "their front. Major
HoltcheifK battalion lost four or Its
most capable patrol loader.
Gorman officers say that volley
firing lii still cusU'niiii'J with the Rus
sians, whcreus flu' Germain have
eliminated It In favor of Individual
Heavy Fighting In I'logie-t
Heavy fighting occurred at the
town or ICoKiistantluow, ten miles
MuitliwoKt tif IjhU. It suffered most
ly frof nrtlller Pie, tho town In Ing
boiubnrdiid by both sldii. Kittle
was left but nakud whIIs The oth
er nuburbs of l.ods suffered Iom m
crely and the city ltKlf. as far a-.
could be uMerrtuliiPil. has not been
diutiiigod. An efficient iituitiinl
iiifmliilstrtttlnn has boen'sei iiii, bv
the mlll(nr nutlinrllio, who have In
augiUitted much needed sanliar.v
mctiHitres, lurliiillug compulsory
for the Christmas j$
Candy assures not only K
the best, but its purity and food m
Rvalue protects the" children's
Russian poslttoiiliko vvuvelots of
rising tide, their utter heedlessness
ot tho Russian fire, which nppcared
to bu wasted an them. They saw
inuii fall, bin tho gaiH were filled up
oadllv nnd succ full
IT RAISES THE DOUGH
.. 1 U.1J
i4ti illf-M. 1.11.
si ' .. w . AM
"7 iry it Aaic your grocer .y
W Pacific Coast ffi5r s
V Syrup Co. .g p
$i Portland, Oregon j'jEJJtejp A
U.lr ii ,li
A Pacific Cedar Clicst Is n sanslblw Chrlstiuns gift, fur wife, daugh
ter orswcctheart. It Is useful, ornamental, convenient, durable,
moth proof.' 4
Let us show you our Una "Many sizes nnd stlcs. Prices rnugo
from ?S 50 to ?1C00.
Pacific Furniture & Fixture Factory
ll.'l Koutli Holly .St.
Useful Christinas Presents
Robes, Gloves, Coats, Flashlights
and Electric Lanterns
. A FORD CAR
Would Be Very Acceptable
Opru Evenings Until Christmas
G. E. GATES
Motor Cars nml Supplies
FAMOUS NATURALIST DEAD
(Conttlnuod from Paso 1.)
given, nml us u member of tlio lie
Lou;; relief expedition lie miulo fur
ther vnluublo polar reports.
Litter, IiIh irnvulh, pnrtiy in coin,
puny with John burroughs took him
to llonolulu, Russia, Hiboria, Shin
churin, India and Aimtruliihia, but
his life work wur in the mountuiiiu of
weKtern Amoricn, wliero lie mnilo an
clnboruto clnRsifieatiou of fuunul and
floral life, supplemented by niiicli de
scriptive writing, both in hook form
and in the periodical jireux unci tlio
Ah his wojk became more anil more
widely known, Harvard, Yule, Wis
consin nnd other universities granted
him honorary degrees and ho wiik
elected to membership in many bcicn
(ific societies. Of recent yearn his
(.iynutnie was more rarely seen, lint
lie hail remained sturdy nml active
tmtil his biulilcn seizure by pneu
Get Qovornor Johnson aud Mt.
Pitt cigars In Christmas boxes. Home
made ami the bent.
STOP CATARRH! OPEN
NOSTRILS AND HEAD
Says Cream Applied In Nustrils
Relieved Head-Colds at Once.
If your nMriU ure cleggcd uiid your
head is stuffol nml you can't breath"
freely iKf.'iun' of . iiiM nr oKi.irili J
gtt n mmll Ixdtle of Uly's Cronui Ilolpi
at any dru torc. Ap.l . liitjf '-I !
this fragrant, ntlti- cniu lulu i
jour notfriN and lt-t It iwnMrati'
through evtry'air usae of jiiur !iad.
soiithing nnd bc-illiig the Inlluincd fvvop
I en niiicoiis iw-nibraiiu mid you get in
All I how gwil It feels. Your iim
triW ure oK'i, your lte.nl It clear, no
mora hauklug, rnuflllng, blowing, no
tnoro beailiii'lie, dr.MicM or Mrugxliiig
for bresth. Kly'n Cream llalru it jimt
iv hat siiffrrrr Irnia hesil nilU nin ca
.arrh need. It's u ilcUglit.
11: J0 to 2 and o lo D
Giymplu Cocktail with Ureu I'epii'eiH
Urnun Sea Turtlo, Au Mudoro,
CoiiKomo a La SovIkho
Suited AlmondH '
Celmy Heart California Olives
.Modalllon of Uaby Salmon, .Vantua
Small PattteB of Lobster, KowberR
llraleed Calves Pwcet Dread
a la Clamo
Pineapple Fritters, Wine 8auco
Punch, a la Medford
Hoast Y6"uriK Turkey, Oyster DresslUK
KoiiKt BuckllnK Pig, Uaked Apple
(toast Prime ItlbH of Hoof, Au Juh
Candled Sweat Potuto
Kalad u la I'rascatl
Miiii'O I'lo (ot or Cold) Pumpkin Pie
Kngliuli Plum Puddiu;,', with
Hard and Draudy Huuco
Assorted N'utH and HalKlns
Willf Uent'fl Water Crackers
, " ' Cafo-Nolr'
Different From Many Presents
l nlli.o most IhliiKS for ChrlslmuH, it l!:iuK Account
with the .Inckson County Hank iiirronseH in vniuo In-
stead of decreaslni;. This is n wlso Kift
mother, daiiKhtor or son.
I' I'licrnst Paid on Kavhig" Accounts.
OVER 22 YEARS UWDEPONC MANAGEMENT
!iJiLlWIII.-;MIMIIII-fr TF- Ijgjj
CITY PASSENGER SERVICE
Moglnqlni; Thursday mornlnjj, Deeeniber llh, and every niorit
Int; thereafter except Sundays and Ijolldiiys vvu will mako tho follow
Ing schedule trips:
I.KAVK STAND AT PAItKKlt AND KTANCf.ll'I"S:
7:;0 A. M. for West Main und North Central.
lA-nvo l.ouvii I.eavo
West Tun Hi South Ninth
Struct Oukdulo Cuulial
S:0llA.M. U0p,A.M. .7; A. ,
1 1 :r,0 A. M. K!2fiA M. it 1:50 A. M.
12: 10 P. M. 12t20tP.M. H2M0 P. At.
v; i:pc,iM, I
0: 1 C I'.'m. 5 : - p Mi I : ' r ' A'.
7.r.ri 4 If llnu. Ti-tnlli nml U.11II1 n..l.l..1.
8:10 A.M. for West Main and South Oakdale)
1 1: 10 A. M. for West Tenth and North .Central.
12:10 P. M. for W"Ht Main and South Oakdale,
for Woat Tonth und North, i'untral.
for Woat Main and Houtli Onkdulo,
12:30 P M
5:10 P. M. for West Mulu and South Oakdulo.
0:05 p. M. for West Tenth and North Central.
Kor tbo abovg trips u furo of 10c for each' each purHon will bo
Kor cull trips nnywhero In the city a faro of I5n for each poison
wll ho chaiged.
Stand For Call '!.
PAItKHIt A- STANCMFF Phono H7H.L
IUI CAST MAIN ' livery day,
Vouch for scrvlro u( all hours,
PEIR30N & FOSTER
To hlp dhurt a uuurlur of u mllllou dollam evry moHth lulu luwil,fii0
tory chaunuls and uueordlimt)' halp to eiiiilo (Ji. Ron's titmiiipinvojl, al
wiivs remember to auk for und Rlvu proforanoo to tlvv artlol implii In
(r ton. and vPultlly minmubur tho following eontwitii who) hiiIhhuIii
Hon iiiado Hit eMwpHliti puMlblu.
Mill LAMPS, .lAltlMMlilttW
Pol Hand Auto Lamp Co.,
Main 72. MO Alder Kt.
Tho Pulled Hliites Nalloiuil Itnuk,
7i Third St., PmtlHiid, Or.
A -- wooun hiuuk
Minleru ('oiifeclli)iiury Co.
CIJIIKAI.S "(JOLIHiN ItOD,"
(loldeu Hod MlllliiK Co,,
CKIII4ALH "(iOLHKN IMHl"
(ioldnu Hod MHIIni; Co.
COLU.MIIIA HAMS, IIACON, LAItl),
And Puro Pork Siiiiuiiko,
Union Meat Company, '
CHAOKHHS "HPPiniMi: HHANIL
F, F, Harudon & Son,
:av'A". -'.., r'
MArl'mi-lf 'Y-7,iiaiiO'iu mtki"
l'ortluiicl Huliway, LiK"t a- rower
Co., Portlund, OreKon.
I'uclflc States Fire Insurance Co.
Cham, of Com, illdi;., Portland, Or.
FIXTPHUS I'JLHCI'HICAI AND
,1, C. KiiKlliill Co.,
Ill Ti rulou uvo., N, Poitlaud, Or,
;. , n ytm.m wh .
Itiowlug Co., I'OllllUMl.
AS AI'I'LIANCItSANU IMIIINACIW,
Hum MfK. Co.,
51 Wllllmns ur., Portland, Or.
IMI'LlfMIC.NT.S PALM. ,
It. II. Wndu A Co.. ,
U22 HiiKthoinu avo., I'oillDd, Or.
Portlauit KiiltlliiK Co.,
150 Third HI., Poitlaud, Or. '
MUX'S MAIH.'.TO.OimCIl CLOTH
Chin Ioh CooMiy & Sons
' 5IM lloyul DhU;., Poitlaud, Or.
lllnesliiK Uraiiltu Co.,
207 Third, Portland and Halom, Or,
NHCUWHAIt LADIIW ANH .MHN'H
And BhlrlH to ordur, Cnlumhla
Co. Phonu Main I0!7. Portloim,
Or$S$)Jiji insurance Company
Homc OrpicK. CoriHKTr Uuoo , Pohi-ahii
ltl'lllll;i( IIHIJLS, MFCHANIOAli
Portland Ituhher Mills,
:i(18 Hast Ninth St., Portland, Or.
SPITS, OVI'llH'OATrl MAIK
BlNih mid Alder. f(Ji7liuitl( Or,
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