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HIODJb'OBII MAIIj TI4IISUNI'!. Ml'illNOKI) OUWIOX. MONDAY, I'MOnUTAUV I, llll.'i
C. I. Hoon nnd wlfo wero In Ash
land during tho week.
V. R. Scott, vice-president of tho
Southern Pacific, passed south In his
prjvnte car Del .Monte, Saturday at
ternooh Seo Davn Wood anout that flro ln
puranoo poller Office Mnll Trlbuno
l- li.' Hurckhnlter, superintendent
of alio Southern Pacific, was In Med
ford n short tlmu Snturdny,
. R. C. Morris, assistant superin
tendent Southern Pnclflc company,
wan In Modfnrd last "week. '
Plnro your mngazlno club sub
icrlptlons with Sparta Cigar Store
Two box cars wore destroyed In the
fire nt Phoenix Sunday morning.
Tho Shasta Limited, south bound,
Btoppe'd at Phoenix during tho fire,
hut tho building and cars wero too
for gone for train engine to bo of
Many people from different sec
tions of tho valley visited tho scene
of tho flro at Phoenix early yesterday
morning, tho fire burning until noon.
Sweet cldor at Do Voo's.
12. A. Welch and A. S. Rosenbauin
motored to Ashland Sunday after
noon. Rlalno Klum spent Sunday In Ash
land with, friends and relatives.
Mrs. Leach, 32G North Rartlott, ex
Mrs. J. J. Hngerty has returned to
her homo In l.os Angeles after vis
iting friends and relatives In this city
John Anderson of tho Wcstorlund
orchards, has returned from Corval-
Its, whoro ho has been taking tho O
A. C. short course.
Kodak finishing and supplies at
Weston's Camera Shop. Over Isis
E. P. Grayson of Marslifleld Is a
business visitor In tho city for a fow
Earl Mllllkcn of Grants Pass spent
Sunday in Medford, visiting friends
Kodak finishing tho best, at Wes
ton's Camero Shop. Over Isis Thea
Tho debating teams of tho Med
ford and Ashland high schools will
hold n debato on "Public Ownership
of Railroads." This Is tho first in a
scries of elimination contests to do
cldo tho championship of southern
Oregon. Medford will bo represented
by Earl Hubbard,. Hugo Lundberg.
and Clinton Purkeypllo. Much inter
est is being manifested In tho con
test. Get it at Do Voo's.
Homer Thomas of Glendale Is at
tending to business matters in tho
city this week.
Miss Graco Miller of Gold Hill
spent Sunday In Medford visiting
friends and relatives.
Got ytur cutter, cream, milk and
buttcr-mlllc, at Do Voo'i.
J. C. Kiug of l'alrvlow, Oregon, is
registered at tho Nash, and attend
ing to business matters.
Clias. Young has returned from a
hunting trip on Evans creek.
Wo nro headquarters for real first
quality cut hair. Marlnello. Hair
Shop, 407 Garnctt-Corey building.
Thomas Strong of tho Whiskey
Peak district, Is spending a few days
In tho city.
Mrs,JCdna Isaacs, for ten years In
tho," employ of tho local telephone
company, has resigned, and her placo
is being taken by Miss Ethel Liming.
Mrs. Isaacs was chief operator when
she retired. Slio began when there
wero but -19 phonos In Medford.
Cora E. Utloy, chiropodist, 407
Garnett-Coroy building, phono C57-R.
Mra. Orln Davis, of Weed, Cal.,
has returned to her homo after vis
iting a fow days with friends In this
Tho regular first of tho month
meeting of tho city council will bo
hold tomorrow night. Tho principal
business to bo transacted will bo the
consideration of tho electric power
proposition of tho Roguo River Public
Snrvlco corporation, am tho monthly
batch of hills, '
Dr. S. A, Lock wood and Dr. Myrtle
S, Lock wood, (physiclai)s and sur
geons) have moved to their now sulto
of offices. Rooms 309, 310 and 311,
third floor, M. F, & U. Rldg.
Dr. C. R. Ray Is In the city from
an extended stay at tho Bradcn mlno.
Though spring is not officially on
tho'-job until February 2 1st. today Is
generally recognized thioughout
southern Oregon as tho beginning of
thnt pleasant sermon. Tomorrow is
ground hog day, and from present In
dications ho will not soo his shadow
J. 0. Gerklng, tho best all around
photographer In southern Oregon.
Always reliable. Negatives inado any.
where, time or place. Studio 228
Main St. Phono S20-J.
M, Cotturl, special officer Southern
I'Act'lc company, was in Medford yo3
'terday in connection with robbery of
fc.lulit ttttmi fittfl flcn tif lMinftnlv
A,Vo f"vw ,.v v ..WW.4,A. i
U. 11. Dow and wlfo leave today on
a month's visit and business trip to
Dr, .1. J. Emmons has moved Into
his now quarters tn the M. l & 11.
Re rnroful and save all your votes,
only two moro weeks until end of
The Medford high school basket
ball teams returned Snturdny night
from n trip to northern California,
and Klamnth county, winning nil of
tho games played. The trip was nlso
a success from u financial standpoint.
Tho European war pictures shown
at tho pago Theater Sunday drew
good crowds. Tim pictures can bo
classed ns Instructive, but not thril
ling. Soldiers of all the warring na
tions nro shown, nnd of these tho Ger
mans mnko the best Impression. The
famous goose step of the Kaiser's
hosts is shown In one section. The
destruction wrought by tho effort to
Teutonlxc Relgium is nno of the best
features of the films.
If nnjone found a r.mall package
containing a pair of blue serge pants
please notify this office. 2(39
Jnck Dent nnd Frank Randloy will
appear before Police Judge Gay this
aftornoon charged with fighting Snt
urdny night, as a finale to an argu
ment. Dont Is alleged to have
rnnped Randley over tho head with nn
nx handle, after ho had walked away
from Randley In an effort to avoid a
disturbance. Dent Is also alleged to
have resisted an officer, who tried to
W. R. llagley of Talent, of tho Rag-
ley cannery at that place spent Sat
urday In Medford attending to busi
ness matters. Apple Juico prepared
by Mr. llagley will be served at the
Lincoln Day banquet of tho republi
can central commlttco of Jackson
county. A general rallying cry for
all republicans to bo present at this
James Hanson of Hoscburg Is
among tho out of town visitors In tho
city this week.
Grant Matthews nnd Joo Kester of
Foots creek wero in Medford Monday.
J. F. Halo spent Monday in Ash
land on business.
C. H. Farmer of Ashland was In
Mrs. D. H. Simon and her sister,
Mrs. David Cromwell, of Seattle, who
hao been visiting in Medford since
before tho holidays with C. J. Semon
and family, left a fow days ago for
San Francisco and San Diego. After
a couplo of months stay in tho south
they expect to return to Medford to
Ed .Robinson and family returned
Saturday from a month's visit to
several southern California cities.
E. J. Parton of Eaglo Point, Is a
business visitor In the city today.
John Wilkinson of tho Medford
National Bank, while hunting Jack
rabbits near Central Point Sunday af
tornoon with Ren Plymalo and others
received several gunshots In tho head,
Intended for a yellow hammer. Ply
malo was trying to hit. Twp of tho
shots struck Wilkinson in the tem
ple. One landed within three Inches
of tho right eye, blackening that
member. Wilkinson was coming tup
over a knoll, Just as Pjymale. was
taking aim at a yellow hammer, mak
ing flight from a treo. Wilkinson
yelled, "Dont shoot! Don't shoot "
Ills warning cry was too late. Wil
kinson bled profusely, and was
brought to this city at once, where his
Injuries wero treated by Dr. E. R.
I MAEKET EEPORT I
Price Pa I a tif Dealer
nUTTKIt Creamery, 27; lniry,
50o two poundX
1'OTATOKS $1,33 per 100 lbs.
ONIONS lijc per lb.
HONEY 14c per lb.
ULTTBIt KAT 2fto.
Ll res lock
HOGS Alive, iSV&fcTfli'.
STEERS Alive. A ,flc.
COWS Alive, 4V-(3Co.
VEAL Dressed, lO'llfi.
POULTRY Mixed , chickens, 10
llo; dressed, ll(ii)l-lc; liens, 11
lUo; spriii,'s, i:ilk',
Hay nnd Grula
OATS -J."i buslii'l.
HAY Vetch, $U ton; Rran, $12
PARLEY Whole, $28 ton.
CORN Now, $23 ton.
finioko Hoine-M'udo Cigars.
Governor Johnson, Mt. Pitt and La
Vista are tho best.
SIIK ItECOMNS PRIMA
Cuttltis short her couinc n a student of history and doincMle science In
Ilnronnl Oi.llcue. MM Ethel Petllt. a
into the nrluia donna nVe of Mr. Andreim
now playing In New York. This i her
.inn Her worK lias ho pienseii air. ijipik-i iiiiu ne uns piaceti ner iinuer a nm-
'nut for leadlmr r..les for two ycnr. MNs Petllt was born In Stuttgnrt. Ark.,
In 1SW, Her father I u wWi-io-do laud owner In that Slate. Iler education
was obrnlned nt lielmMit Oi.lege. nt Kuoxvllle, Tenn.. and after being gruduiitcd
there she ennie to ItiiiuiirO to tttku n sn-cIiiI cimrw hi history and douivstUf
NATIVE OAK IRES
W. J. Scott has received the fol
lowing loiter from tho University of
California regarding tho grafting of
walndt trcos upon native oaks.
My dear Sir:
Wo havo your letter of January
28th, and would say that, thoro aro
no English walnuts grafted on oak
! i i- ,1. ,i.. nt rn
trees growing in tho state of Call-i
fornla. This a fallacy that frequent
ly finds expression, nnd wo hear
Individuals stuto that they havo act
ually seen such phenomenal growth.
In many cases wo havo taken tho
trouble to hunt down these stories,
and find always that there is abso
lutely no lasls In fact for them. Tho
growing of English walnuts on oak
trees Is not dono In this state, nor is
it a botanical possibility or a prac
Yours very sincerely.
W. F. CLARKE.
Berkeley, Jan. 30.
POSIPONEO A WEEK
SALEM, Or., Feb. l.-'I'ln Ifojtuo
river fiHh billH wero apeeinl order in
the Htuto Kcnute this afternoon, hut
on motion of Senator Von iler Ilellen
were postponed for one week nnd
muile hpecinl order for Monday, Feb
SCHOOL DEBATE MONDAY
Tho Medford and Ashland high
school teams will hold n debate In
tho Medford high school building,
Monday evening to 'decldo which team
will meet the winner of tho triangle,
consisting of Grants Pass, Myrtlo
Creek and Central Point, and In an
other dobato to decldo tho southern
Oregon toam to contest In tho stato
debating leaguo for stato champion
ship. Tho subject Monday evening will bo
"Public Ownership of Railways."
Medford will havo the nfflrmatlvo and
will bo roprcsentod by Earl Hubbard,
Hugo Lundberg and Clinton Purkoy
pllo. WASHINGTON, Feb. 1. Tho fed-
crnl white slao act was Interpreted
today by tho supremo coutt ns author
izing tho Indictment of a woman,
transported In violation of tho law,
as a co-coiiHpIrntor with tho person
who caused her tolio transported,
Justice Holmes, announcing tho
court's Intention, Intimated a woman
could be Indicted also If sho engaged
in conspiracy to havo herself trans
ported with a view to blackmail.
Justlco Lamar rendered n dissent
ing opinion, In which Justlco Day concurred.
DONNA Or Kit NIGHT.
joi.ng woman of Arkansas, has stepped
DIpiH-l's operetta 'Tho Lilac l)omtno,M
(list singe appearance of lniHirtauce,
FIRST REAL RAIN
IN OVER YEAR
Tho first real rainstorm since a
year ago last, January began at 4
o'clock Monday morning, utter 3R
hours of a Btrong south gale. A'
noon an Inch of rain had fallen, the
greatest amount of precipitation In
tho same period this season, with the
outlook promising for a steady down
pour for tbejnext day or.wo Tho
rain In tlio vnlicy Is snow In the foot
I "u ".. o..,.,...-.
.Steel from Crater Lake states thero
hud Claim ua. uikiii it;..-, ut nwun m.
tho park hcaduarters with three feet
at the rim against an average of -10
feet at headquarters the usual hc.v
Tho storm Is a general one, extend
ing from Mexico to Alaska, with a
gale at sea.
Reported by Jackson County Ab
tract Co., Sixth and Fir Bta.
Real Estate. Tmanfcrs
Lulu L. Pucknnl ct nl to Jos.
Foley et nl., luiiil in twp. .'IH
1W. - $ ' 1
Edw. W. Witto to Frank (V El
liott ct nl., milling ptowrty
in m-c 22-:i7-lW. .... 10
Robert Fryenr to Ida Susan
Fryenr, Innd in nee. 2-33-2W. 1
Mubel I. Hnll to Amos C.Whit -worth,
laud in 111 If. 711, Jack
Honvillu -- 10
Ewiruj Howard et nx to .Merle
II. Glover el us, lot in AhIi
NOTICE FOR 1111)8.
Notlco Is hereby given that tho
county court of Jackson county, Ore
gon, will at Its noxt regular meeting
In February, to-wlt, on tho 3rd day
of February. 1315, tako up for con
sldoratlon tho proposals of auto truck
owners, for tho hauling of buck-shot
gravel from McAndrows hill near
Medford, to various points on tho pub.
He highways within a radius of 10
Tho loading of tho trucks will be
dono by steam shovels at tho oxpenso
of Jackson county.
Tho actual amount of gravol to be
hauled can not bo doflnitoly given at
this time, but it is probablo that the
quantity will bo sufficient to keep a
number of nuto trucks going during
tho cnttro season that is good for
The party HUbmlHIng tho bid will
bo roqulrod to show tho prlco per
yard per mile.
Addross all bids to tho undorslgnod
marked "Sealed Rids." Tho county
court reserves tho right to reject any
or all bids.
0. A. GARDNER,
TOO IjATK TO OLAHSimt.
FOr"b"LE improved 10 acres un
der irrigation, two acres borrieH, 3
miles north Medford, Hiuall cash
payment, terms on balance. Fred
Until owner, J, W. Wakefield,
WANTED Small second hand sot of
work harness, singlo, and small
plow, Mru. J. F. Roddy,
ON BRITISH SHIPS
LONDON. Fob. I. -Once agnlu
Itrltlsh lutoiint In military ncllvltloa
on tho cnutlneitt litis been imrhml
owed tuoinentivrlly by tho fact that
Germany has brought tho combat to
Great Itrltulu's front dour. Wlint la
regarded hero as the new Genuqn
policy of n submarine blockade of
llrltlsh ports U temporarily effectual,
at least In tho case of llelfust whcio
sailings hnv'e been suspeudiMl. Liver
pool authorities, however, announced
that no Interruption In tho trade of
that port Is contemplated.
The two llrltlsh merehnntment tor
pedoed by Germans off Havre are tho
largest commercial vessels that haw
as yet fallen xlrtlms'tit German sub
marines; the three ships sunk In the
lilsh sen, wero small coasters.
Relief expressed yesterday that the
raider could not remain for moie
than n few hours In waters so fnr
removed from his base has been ex
ploded by news that tho mall steamer
I. cluster encountered a German sub
marine off Dublin on Saturday. 2 I
hours after the sinking of tho three
nntmlnrtf frintr.ifnrii II tv'illlliT kjtattll
.i ... ... ,., ....
i'""'" "" '" r""'r n-miwi-u i in
supplies of food and fuel from tho
coaster Linda Rlnnche before sondlng
, , ,, i,,,,,,,.,.
, nn lo ,no "0U01"'
Reports of Russian operations over
' iCnt area contlnuo to como from
,ho -ontinont The RiisHtan oreuiin.
lion oi xauriz in rersia nn ueeu con
firmed nnd tho Russian army which
pushed the Turks out of this provin
cial country of Persia, after their
brief stay there. Is sweeping to tho
south nnd to tho wost.
Fighting In CiirMthlniM
In tho Carpathians sharp fighting
took placo Sunday In tho forests
whoro tho Russians nro striving to
retain command of tho passes which
keep tho way open behind. Rerlln
says tho situation In nil parts oi tho
Carpathian theater of tho war Is fav
orable. Vienna reports tho resumption of
hostilities In eastern Serbia utter a
period of quiet enforced 1y floods.
In France nnd Flanders the situa
tion shows no striking thnngo, al
though hard MplitlnR-hnn continued
for 24. hours near La Ilasscu and In
. Tho allied armies will lw largely
reinforced with new troops In the
Tho resignation of George ldbour,
member of tho rnlchstng and social
democratic leader, from the executive
committee of tho socialist faction In
the relchstng, has given rlxn to rum
ors of n split In the German sorlnllst
CARPENTER At her homo in
Phoenix, Sunday, Juuuurv 111, Emily
T. Carpenter, e,eil 7-1 yenr nnd 21
ilayM. The funeral servicen will be
held from the Prchhytcriuu church nt
Phoenix Tucilny, February 2, nt 2:30
p. m., tho Rev. Iluillio officiatine;. In
terment in Phoenix cemetery.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
ULck .THKWlAMOMtt DRANK, 7X
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SOU BY DRUGGISTS EVERYHKERE
Now cronmery, now tip-to-dato ma
chinery for tho scientific manufacture
of butter by tho process of pasteuriz
ation, ripening of croam nnd Intro
duction of tho lactic culture. Ask
your grocer for
brand. It's tho nest, nnd Is guaran
teed, Visitors welcome at creamery.
A. A. MOODV, Prop.
UNION FEED AND
112 South RiverBide
I Ml ' Tl t vfttghLOt
HELD OUT FOR
Tho lull before tho final effort
rests upon the beet Hilgur cnmpnluu
today, tho committee in charge eliectt.
lug up the iit'teago seemed with Ex
pert Htoioy, and mmubei-M fiom Enulc
Point, Tnleltt nuil IMmoillv. llefoi'o
the dnv ts over u plan of action I
bring the campaign in u rlosn with
the elliiehliiK of tho factory will Im
mapped out. A call bud beep N
sued for tr or l!0 nutoit to Invade the
country xllstrlctH today In iv final of
fort, but thin procedure was called
off owing to tho hrny rnln. The
committee will visit tho Hhastn Mil
Omnia l'ass, according to repoils
from that clt, signed up 1000 ueres
Saturday, bilnglug the total for the
entllo valley up to .WiO acres, liod
acres short of tho required nmount
Tonionov the stores of Hint city will
close, nnd nil hands go out And
hustle for the Industrial project with
might nnd mnlu. Nothing was nr
compllshcd nt the meeting Is Central
1'olnl .Saturday afternoon, for Irriga
tion, sugar beets, or nn thing do,
Tho fnto of tho beet sugar factory
wllf bo setlled this week. It Is con
ceded (o bo til" Mtlvntlon of the Roguo
river valley for tho present and a
wedgo for greater things In tho fu
ture. Its success depends upon tho
cooperntlon of the entire Roguo rter
valley, and a couplo of dayn of hard
work, hustlo and boosting,
Wit . Medford rano m Mrrtfnrd mndn
CLEAN UP SALE
In order to close out our present
stork of wall rnper to prepare tor
tho new spring goods wo will glvo
on all wall paper now on hand, com
prising tlits latest styles. This Is n
great opportunity to gh you mom a
Remember we nro tho only paint
nnd wull paper storo giving H. & II.
(Irceii Trading Htampx.
Waters' Paint and
Wall Paper Store
:IIH Kast .Main
Purpose and Achievement1 x ' '
Tho Jackson County R.inlfhna stooij tentlnhjlty ll
original purpose to rondvr every depositor and lt tllii'
best possible Hcrvlce,
That this him been a good policy Is attested by Increas
Checking accounts aro Invited.
OVER l?2 VCAnS UNDtr? ONE MANAGCMCNT
TO SICK WOMEN
)Sy Common Sonso
Women MiuVrlnR from ntiy fonn of
femalo Ills tiro invited to commuulcato
promptly with tho
wo inn n'n jirlvnto
pilrhni'ittof (no I.y.
Mans. Your letter
Will bo opened, rend
am) nnsworcil by a
woman nnd held In
A woman can freely
talk of lief prlvalo lllmn to n wtjmiin :
thus has been estftbllshel n ronllileiitlnl
corrtsMimloncv which him extended over
many years ami which has never been
broken. Never havo thoy published a
testimonial or used n letter without tho
written consent uf tho wrller.antl imviT
has tho Company ulloW'eil theso conll
dontlal letters to pet out of their his
session, us the huiidtvda of thousiiudj
of them lu their llles will wttent.
Out of tho vant vnlumo of oxperleneo
which they have to draw f nun, It Is morn
limn poMlblu that they m'iw tho very
knowledge needed In your rase, Noth
ing Is asked In return except your good
will, nnd their ndvlco liai lu1Mtl thou
sniuln. Surely any woman, rich or jMsir,
should bo glad to take nd vantage of thli
jtenorotis olfer of nsslstaiieo. Address
Lydla K. l'lnkhtim Medidno Co., (con
fidential) Lynn, Muss.
Kvory xvoniun ouulit to lnwn
T.jillu V.. lMiiklmiirA. HO-iui:o
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208 East Main Street '
Tho Only Kxelusivo
Commercial " Photographers
in Southern Oregon.
Negatives Alado any limo or
place hy appointment
We'll do the rent
F.. D. WESTON. Prop.
stop "if; to lirifs )
Rates Moderate. Senp! for
Carl Stanley, Mr.