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AI E IXKOUD -MAIL 'rl.llU'NK MMDKOUIK Ql.KGONr, KKMDAV, .lANTAlIV H. I .Ho.
Tho Klkn lotlfto hold their tlrat
rcRtilnr meotlhit In the lodgn rooinn
of their now olub rdoms on North
Contial Thursday night, with tho
InrgcBt attendance In months pres
ent, l'lmu nro now under wny Tor
tho dedication of tho building in the
purine, when It Is expected over 1000
Niks from over tho (Utile will bo In
tho city for tlijo exorcises. It will bo
ono of tho IiIkkvsI events of tho year
Instructions In dnnclnn, munll hnll
N'atatorlum, avcry nlRht, " to 10 p.
m. . 849-
A JiMvy full of snow occurred In
thn foothills Thursday nlRht. It ex
tended far down on tho Hides of Mt.
VKtiiT. lint none fell on lloxy Ann.
JCudorn In hoiiR and play nt the It
Kd Andrews 'una returned from
a business trip to UoseburB, where
bo nldeil thn ladles of the Kplseopnl
cluircli In iiuttliiK on nn. amateur pro
duction of "Pinafore."
Heo Davo Wood about that flro In
surance policy. Office Mall Trlbuno
II. 0. Knders of Ashland spent
Thursday In Mod ford attending to
business matters and visiting friends.
Notice, to Scandinavian society. All
members of tho Scandinavian society
nro requested to attend n meeting at
4.1!i N. Front street, Janunry 10th, nt
2 p. m. for tho purpose of electing
J. Le Clair, a transient arrested
Wednesday waa given HO days In the
county Jail for tho theft of a coll of
hoso belonging to W. 12. Crews, and
lawn mower, owner as yet unknown.
By keeping everlastingly at it
brings succoss. This applies to
everything, more especially to poultry
raising. Wo need It. Wo havo tho
market for It. Medford Poultry &
Charles Prim of Jacksonville will
leavo Saturday to resumo bis studies
nt tho University of California.
Zudora In song and play at tho It
C. 1). Tarwcll of Salem Is among
tho out of town visitors In the city
Placo your magailno club sub
scriptions with Sparta Cigar Store
Tho debating teams of tho high
school will hold their second debate
at tho high school January 12.
Swcot cldor at Do Voe'a.
Tho basrfet ball teams of tho Med
ford and Grants Pass high schools
will meet at tho Natatorlum tonight.
Games havo been arranged with
Ashland, Klamath Falls, and north
ern California points.
Don't buy feed for hens that don't
lay. Call on us and wo will show
you tho secret without pay. Med
ford Poultry & Egg Co. 138
Mrs. C. W. McDonald has returned
from San Diego, Cal., whero sho
spent several weeks. She was ac
companied by her brother, P. h.
Wells, of Spokane, Wash., who will
spend n few days bore.
Zudora In song and play at tho It
There will be a regular meeting of
neames Chapter, No. CC, Wednesday
evening, January 13, at 7:30 sharp,
at tho Masonic hall. Tho newly
elected offlcerH will bo Installed by
tho Worthy Grand Matron, Mrs. Nel
lie McGownn, nt this time. This
will bo initiation night as well as a
W. O. Wheeler of tho Applegate
has returned to his homo after spend
ing tho holidays In this city visiting
friends and relatives.
Kodak finishing and supplies nt
Weston's Camera Shop. Over Isls
Alterations and ropalrs are being
mado to tho Ulg Pines I.umbor com
pany's yard by a forco of workmen.
Why walk when you can rldo for
15c to any part of tho city. Ford
Taxi. Call Alco 8S2II.
Many of tho firms of tho city aro
taking tho nnnual Inventory of stock
Tho finest equipment In Oregon for
printing fruH labels. Medford Print
A strong wind nwept over tho val
loy and city last night, blowing down
signboards and woodpiles, and keep
ing people Indoors. Tho electric
lights flickered and sputtered when
the wind brought t;o high tension
wires in contact. Tho crest of tho
wind storm was reached ubout mid
night and tho wind dlod away at day
break. Ilulf an Jnuh of rain foil.
ICodak finishing tho bcBt, at Wes
ton's Camero Shop. Over IsU Thea
ter. Karl llonncr, Jack Harry, Cousiu
MUtlobergor and Miss lono Klynn,
loenl talent appearing in vaudovlllo
at tho Star Theater this week have
signed a contract to appear in this
city once n week and ut tho vlnlng
Theater at Ashland, They aro try
ing to loach an agreement with tho
management of tho Grants Pubs
theater. 'I'M will glvo tho young
people two days In each of tho prin
cipal cItos of tho valley.
Ml8 Grace Scott of Grants Pass
has returned to her homo after vis
iting the last week with friends and
rclntlves In this city.
J. Vaughn and wife of 13 vans creek
spent Thursday In Medford attend
ing to business matters and vis
Ashland Is showing renewed In
terest In elvlr matters, and a move
Is on foot to Introduce a new city
charter. The last lssuo of tho Ash
land llerord says that the present
chnrter Is be) and human under
standing, and calls It n "craty quilt
Tho Southern Pacific Is tnklng
steps towards the suppression of pet
ty thelvtng from box cars between
Hoseburg and Ashland. This form of
crime has been unusually heavy the
last six weeks.
James Whiting of Sacramento Is
attending to business matters In the
city this week.
Get It at Do Voo'a.
Durlnc tho visit of the ntumnl
football team to Grants Pass a taxi
cab bill was contracted, and now
stands unpaid, tho owner threaten
ing suit, for the sum he says Is due.
No ono can be found who will as
sume responsibility for the bill, and
the refusal to nay has created almost
as much of a sensation In the lower
Hogue river town ns the visit of Joe
Knowles last summer.
Palm rooms, new management,
light, airy rooms, rcasouablo rates.
Georgia Etcher. 269
11. A. Galloway of Jacksonville was
a business visitor In the city Thurs
Try a quart of our guaranteed
puro sanitary milk. Phono CS2-W.
W. T. Kinney of the Lake creek
district has returned to bis homo
after spending the week In Medford
attending to business matters.
J. O. Gerklng. the best alt around
photographer in southern Oregon.
Always reliable. Negatives mado any
where tlmo or place. Studio 228
Main St. Phono 320-J.
Mrs. II. Damon of this city has re
turned from a visit with friends and
relatives at Etna Mills, Cal.
Get your buttor, cream, milk and
buttcr-mllk, at Do Voo.
G. It. Satchwell Is attending to
business matters In Grants Pass to
day. , ,
Tho Hokuo river valley todatc has
contributed 200 to the relief of tho
Iiclglan sufferers, and this amount
will bo Increased when tho full re
turns are received. Clothing Is also
being collected for a people beaten
down by the mightiest army of all
y.udora in song and play at the It
GcorKO Walters while driving a
buggy on North Oakdale Thursday
night was struck by an auto driven
by V. J. Hills, thrown from tho ve
hicle, and sustalnod a slight cut on
tho forehead. Tho buggy was badly
damaged. According to eye witnesses
Hills as running without lights.
Tho Parent-Teachers association of
tho Jackson and Lincoln schools are
holding their regular meetings this
Jewelry was reported missing to
day to the pollco from tho home of
Wm. Anglo on East Main street, and
for a time It was thought that rob
bers had entered tho homo. Upon In
vestigation It was found that the
jewelry had been taken by children,
who were playing with it, and the
burglar theory was exploded.
Jobu M. Itoot has returned from a
month's business trip to San Fran
Head St, Mark's hall dance ad In
Warnings havo leen Issued by the
local police to local merchants against
tho coming of another check forger,
who gives tho fictitious name of F. E
H.iXHtcr and professes to be a rail
road contractor. Ho Is about 30 or
32 years old, weight H5 pounds,
dark complexion, with a small mous
tacho and a soft felt hat. Ho re
cently had 1000 checks printed In
Sacramento, and succeeded In pass
ing phonoy paper In that city. Chief
Johnson of that 'City thinks ho Is
headed this way and has asked tho
local police to keep an eye out for
TOO LATE l CLASB1FT.
TAKEN UP--One row and 13 pigs,
marked split in right car, under
half crop, left car. Owner may
have samo by paying for koop and
advertising, Phono 571111. 250
WANTED Hy young married man,
orchard or general farm work, ex
perience, references. Ilox H., care
Mall Trlbuno. 203
FOH EXCHANGE Income business
property $30,000, 20 acres $4000,
Portland property, $10,000, for
close in acreago, any or all. Clark
FOR FIFTY YEARS
CHICAGO, Jan. S -Smnshliu of
war record prices for wheat begun
promptly today nt the first gong on
'change. Opening quotations were
" to Hi above last night. May
wheat, the leading option, Jumped
to $t.31li as against $1.3S, the
tiptop for )csterduy.
On n second wave of bii)lug, May
wheat went to $1.40 a bushel, the
highest figures with few exceptions In
ftt) years, the parallel thus going
back broad!) to the American civil
war. Today's high prices were sup
ported by dispatches telling of ex
citement In the grain trade at l.ler
pool and admitting that demand there
In the final hour, another cent n
bushel was added to the previous val
ues, so that May wheat was quoted
at $1.41 a bushel. Meanwhile It
was announced that bids from Great
Britain at the American seaboard has
been rising four cents ns compared
AT CATHOLIC HALL
The eoiigrcpnlioii of the ('nthnlie
church ami friend met ut the parish
hnll lift night to hear mi iutenting
litiiit on the new charter. As
ut other charter meetini:, the char
ter whs explained hy u member of the
coiihiiNmum, followed liv tietioit
niiil n jjenenil di-rii"-ioti.
Mention wik made of the fact that
mo-t of the opposition to the char
ter wn street-corner "oratory," hut
that in hu-.iiie.-s oft ices Mores mill
hollies the opposite M'utiinetit wu
NEW CHARTER AUTHORIZED
(Conttlnucd from Paso 1.)
council, utiil that the supply of men
who may he trusted has not been ex
iledfonl is nil right known nil
over the country ns one of the he-t
towns on the coast, hut it was not
made what it is by a policy of sitting
Mill and dom;,' notmui. We want
other people to come mid make their
homes with us, hut if we do nothing
to help ourselves, other, will feel that
they want notliinir to do with u dead
town. If we try to stand still we
go backward. Let us have some more
of the Medford spirit, that has made
the city. Opponents of the new char
ter must not think they re the only
patriots-, for people who favor the
charter feel (lint they have somu pat
riotism in city affairs.
Medford will bo hero when we who
ure now trying to guide its destinies
nre gone. Let the eitv go ahead. Do
not break its heart. Give it ;i chance
to progres, for ns we hold it hack
we not only hurt the town, hut our
own interest us well, lies pec I nil I v.
If you are Interested In poultry
raising wrlto to Jos, A. Arnold, edi
tor and chief of Division of Publica
tions, Washington, D. C, who will
send you pamphlets on poultry rais
FIRST STEPS tQ WATER VALLEY
(Continued on para X.)
'The men who are behind this com
pany havo never been connected with
GRANDMA USED SAGE
TEA TO DARKEN Rl
She made up a mixture of Sage Ti
and Sulphur to bring back color,
Common gardn sage brewed Into a
heavy tea with sulphur mid alcohol
added, will turn gray, streaked und MhI
hulr beautifully dark and luxuriant, re
move every bit of dandruff, stop CM,P
Itching and falling hair. Jiwt a few
applications will provo revelation If
your hair Is fading, gray or dry, scrng
gly and tldiu Mixing the Sage Tea and
Sulphur recipe at home, though, Is
troublesome An easier way Is to get tlio
ready-to-wto tonic, anting about 60 cents
a largo bottle at drug stores, known m
"Wyuth's Sago ami Sulphur Hair Item
edy," thus avoiding a lot of mute.
While wispy, gray, faded hair is not
sinful, we all desire to retain our youth
ful appeanmco and attractiveness. Iiy
darkening your hair with Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur, no one can tell, because it
doos it so naturally, so evenly. You just
Hn,nTun n. nntiL's or soft brash with it
and draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a tlmoj by morning
J I gray hairs nave oisappeareo, ana,
tkHar nnsitliiT nmilicjitlnn or two. TOUT
hair l.fnmes beautifully dark. Blowy.
soft and luxuriant.
ZUD0RA STARTS AT
IT THEATER TONIGHT
lv si ill o .our uiideiMiiuillng thai
vonr assistance m these anil other
respects shall not he const rued to
lay any obligation whatever upon nny
member of this cimiinillee or upon
the eonleinilnteil irri'iiliou distiiet,
"1'pou that uuilerstiiiiiiiiig we can
see no valid iciimiii for declining
youv oliintnr aid, and we Iheiefoie
accept your offer in the spirit in
Vluch it is made. Kespcel fully.
"1)1 NM All R (Wltl'r.NTIlK.
"S. V. lKt'KVITII.
"J. A. IMWHY.
" A. SIWINKK."
The petition to the count coutt
piiiMnir thul the micstioii of oriruu-
friug the distiict lie submitted to it
I ote of the laud owners within the
; distrii t i now In nig circulated.
This enti'imuu entirely under the
Jam, Ciui pl.Wne llaimm All In Ztiilcr,
Thr!out' tif-il I'ho'npUy
a failure. The are imwillin,' that
this projei t should prove to he then
first unsuecesstnl enterpiise. Ai -eordingly
they arc teady to ud mice
the necesury eiipilnl and to go ahe.nl
willi tin. construction ot an irtig.itiou
system for this vullex ou mix basis
which hears the ear uiurk of lur
ness. Itespect fully,
ultO(U'K KIVKK VAI.I.KYl'AX.Mi
".I. T. Sullivan, Malinger."
"Ilosue Kiver Valley Canal Com-
puny, .Mcdfoid, Or.
"The committee to whom your let
ler of .luuuary l xvn addressed haxc
carefully considered its contents.
"We note that on niter to eon
t'lhulc to the leii-ouahle expense- ot
a cii'ipo'iru to orgame an iriigutioii
restrict in the nlle and to furnish
us leneiil aul..aiul that you express
IN FIVE MINUTES
If xvhat you Just ate Is souring on
)our stomach or lies like a lump of
lead, refusing to digest, or )ou belch
gas and eructate sour, undigested
food, or havo a feeling of dlz.lncas,
heartburn, fullneas, nasenu, bad taste
In mouth and stomach headache, )ou
can surely get relief In five minutes.
Ask your pharmacist to show you
tho formula, plainer printed on these
fifty-cent cases of Papo's Dlapepsln.
then you will understand xvhy d)s
peptic troubles of nil kinds must go,
and why It relieves, sour, out-of-order
stomachs or Indigestion In five min
utes. 'Tape's Dlapepsln" Is harmless;
tastes like candy, though each dose
will digest and prepare for assimila
tion Into the blood all the food you
eat; besides. It iiiakos you go to the
table with a healthy appetite; but
what will please you most. Is thnt
)ou will feel that your stomach and
Intestines nre clean und fresh, and
you will not need to resort to laxa
tives or liver pills for biliousness or
This city will havo many "Pnpe'H
Dlnpopsln" cranhs, as some iieoplo
will call them, hut you will bo en
thusiastic about this splendid stomach
preparation, too, If you over take
It for Indlgostlon, gases, heartburn,
Mitirncss, dyspepsia, or any stomach
(let somo now, this minute, and rid
yourself of stomach misery and indi
gestion in fivo minutes. Adv.
Long on good points.
Class? Well rntlior.
The leading men's wear stores
have Idc Silver Collars or can get
them for you but if you have the
slightest Uitbcr, xvrite us (or u list
ot our dealers nearest you.
cio. s lot ico, u.ii. T-or, . Y
'WHEW you get tired
OF A JOB. THAT'S THE
TIMT TO BEGIN TO
"HOT INTEREST IN IT."
HOYS' HIOKS ijl'J.UO.
For thirty duy xv will sell Hoys'
nud Youths,' (inn Metal lluttou or
Illuchor $-.7.r and $3.00 shoes at
nor pair . ...:.-:
I Investigate our lino of "Meiu Kane"
Work HhocH for .Men at per pair 9tl.no,
tf l.oo, ijil.no, .".oo.
Wo have sold this lino of shoes
for six years and bad two complaints
V. H, Uraudon, Manager.
nCKX " '
SNOWFLAKES arc the bases for many de
The kiddies need something just like these
appetizing and nourishing crackers.
With a bowl of milk, or with jelly or butter
they are insured a pleasing and whole
some luncheon to "tide them over" until
Keep a box of SNOWFLAKES on hand for
ALL CKOCKRS SBLI, THEM
CENEKOUS 10c AND 2lic PACKACES
SOLO IN UVUi, TOO
Don't ask for crackers, ay-"SNOWFLAKES"
PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT COMPANY
lniiniiuetueiil mill direction ol' (hu
commit lee. The eoinmlltec im u
whole mill each iiulixidiiiil member
thereof nre leuily und uti.you at nil
limes to nivo nuv inl'iii million xvllhiu
their power mid to imsis! in exery
way possible in bringing the cum
paigu to a HiillsTitctory conclusion,
Much of the members of the commit
I iv has nil olficc in the citx ol' Med
Ion I at which he can be found during
Im-inc-n hotiM, The committee eon
tcmpl'itc holding; meetings in various
pint of the x alloy ut which public
speakers uiinlliiir both with the or
gitnir.ntioit o' ii ligation tlit rict n und
their general operutlnn, ami with the
heueriU and results of iriinon in
geiierul. mill luxation uuder Hie ill -Irict
pliiu in iiiiliciilui', will spi'iih.
The eommlllee iilxlles Miiggestioii und
criticism lioiii all hipd owiuih in tho
iliHlrict, It I'eeU Hull II U u erxnut
of Hie people, und llx only desiic
to nerve the people hv lnlitiiif nlioul
condilloiis in (ho Hogno U'lvcr vniley
xvhich in it opinion lire xilnll.x iieces
sury for Iho fiiluic miceenn of Hit!
xnliey us u I'riilt -glowing nud I'liiui
IUNIIAK V. PAltl'KN'TIHJ,
. V. IUH'IxWITII.
,1. A. PKIIHV,
W. A. SlWCNKIt.
I'ommlllee ou IrHviitiou,
ItCt'OltTOl'TIIK CONDITION Ol'
The Jackson County Bank
at Medford, In the .State of Oregon, at tho clone of luminous Dec. SI, MM 1.
I .onus and discounts . .
Ovordi afts, secured and unsecured
Ilouds and warrants
Slocks and other securities
Other real estate owned
Due tiom ImnkH (not icHcive banks)
Duo from approved reserve banks
Cheeks and other cash Hems
KvrhuugcK fur cleat lug bonne
Cash ou hand ..
. 1 7.7KM. I J
Total w.. IllUMKMM
Capital stock paid In - M 08,000.00
miliniin lllllll ..M hiimii h
t'tiillxided profits. Ichk oxpciifliis and taxes puld w.,..... ....
line to liauHs and bankers
DeposltH duo state treasurer
Individual deposits subject to cheek
Demand rer tlfle.U en of deposit
Time certificates of deposit
Hills pa) able for money borrowed ....
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HTATK OK OltKdON. County of .U"J:ii. -HH.
1, C. W. McDonald, cashier of the atioxe-naiiied bunk, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is true to tho best of my knowledge and wllf.
t! V. .M'DONAI.D.
Subscribed and nxxorn to before me this "lb du) of .Inuuary, lUlf..
V. II. VAWTKIC.
V. .1. KMKItlCIC.
m:o. It M.NDI.I.V.
V I VAWTKII,
Moth?lte Jcar'8 ! UNION FEED AND
TO USE "DAISY"
MADE IN MEDFORD
The White Velvet Ice
112 South KiviTHiclu
On Robes, Gloves and N
C. E. GATES
Motor Cars and Supplies
PURE MAPLE SYRUP
Wo gun rani eo Ihis Maplo Syrup abso
lutely puro and made only from llio .sap
ol'tho .sugar nmple. Iruo.
AVe. also havo now shipment of
LOG CABIN SYRUP
Pints, Quarts, Half Gallons and Gallons
MARSH & BENNETT
Second door east ol! Iflrst Nalional Hunk. Phone 2513