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MIOTOttT) MAT!"; TJITBlfNIO, MEDFOUP' OIllSflQX, "WISDNKSDiW, FlOHtttMHY 17, 1015
AHIILANI), !'!. 17. A iwrloim
iiultiinulillo accident octniiroil Mdniliiy
nlKlit, iiml It mlKlit luivu bi'iin much
woiho, Tlui locution Ih whom Church
lnloiHoctit North Main Mr-mil, near
llolmuH1 Mom. lr. V. K. IIJuImj unit
ItoliiK citnt on Main nutl Murlo Htililtt.
hoii wait koIiik north on church. In
turuhiK Home near tho torniir to no
V4'ftt( HohliiHon ran Into IJInldi'ii car,
it rllclm; It ulitiiwnyn IiihIkiuI of hirnil
on. ItohliiHon'n cur, an H, M, ',, Is
inliiUH a wheel and othurwlMi ilnui
nttocl. Illaho'a iiinchlno, a compiini
lively now Vullo, In a kooiI ileal crip
plml, hnvltiK a hihiiii; axle, wruncltml
frnnin. ami Ih inoro or lean wrecked
iin to IIkIiIh ami fixture. Illaku wai
trn nolo occupant or IiIh car. Itoliln
hoii Intil a pntoiuiiKcr, MUn I'orn lloitl.
it. Nobody wa nurinunly hurt, tho
(i u n (j lady IkiIiik allKhtly brulHud ami
liiully frightened. Doth cliuuffmirn
claim IIkIiIh went on. IIoIiIiikoii'h
car I'oro tho 1!HI niiiiiliur, hut Hit
owner cIiiIiiin tho 1 It I ( uiiuiliur hail
lun Neat for. Illnlut Ih a ronltlunt
Ointlet, IIvIiik on IIuhIi Atruiit. Hob
1 11 non Ih an cuiployo of tho Park Kir
ni;. til n homo lixlni: on Laurel Mreot.
Hlakn wan on tho tight mIiIo of I In;
xtrnvt ami sIuIiiih tlic other car
ahoitld havu iiwulii n nlder ilotour In
Mend of cutting tho Hliort corner,
A lirlik wind at tho Hum prevented
tho driven from hiarliiK tho motlvo
power until tho cranh enmo. Tho
ilamniio will run Into tho hundred
WimmI Ointrmt let
Tho contract for nupplyliiK tho
rcliool (llntrlct cord wood for current
imr hn been lot to A. V. Sllnliy, who
will cut and haul It from IiIh Cove
rnnrh, 12 iiillen from town. Tho
amount called for Ih ICO cordn of hody
fir. Mldn raiiKud from $1.17 tn'(i.2(
per, and tho contract wan awarded
to Hllnliy at $ 1.7ft per cord, tho whole
Juli lot to lie delivered In town by
Keptomher 1. Tho HiicccHMful bidder
him Inventoil In a now rawing outfit,
Mr. I.ouIhu Connor, former Ioiuiqp
of tho Motel Oregon, linn none to Kan
lVnuclnco to iuiiiiiiiki chargo of tho
booku of tho Argonaut Motel, a po
Mtlon which hIio formorly occupied
revel nl year nKo,
HihIkc Itettinix If oino
Ira 0. Podge, brothur of J. 1
Podge, returned hero TucHdny morn
lug after an nbminco of two montliH
with relatlven at Ited llluff. Mo li
at printout with IiIh daughter. Mrn.
C'harleH I.oouiIh, on tho llotilovard.
Mo Ih In fooblo health, Buffering from
n complication of troubled, tho re
milt of a wound received In tho Civil
Mr. and Mrn. O. J. Elliott, redd
ing on Iowa Mrcet, were tho reelp
luntH of a moat opportune Valentino
In tho Rhapo of a flno baby daugh
ter, who arrived to gladden their
lieartn on tho 14th limt,
1'lkll fill' KHKtoll
Tho dlHtrlbutlUR cur "Halnbow"
of tho ntato (IhIi rommlHnlon, panned
through hero early In tho week with
a IiIk consignment of young flnli for
tho I'auiuna oxpnMlion. Tho sped
iiiuiih will bo from tho Htato hatcher
lea of Washington, at llounovllle,
Oregon, HIhboii, Cal., nud othor polutn.
During tho Mop hero tho wator In
the flvh tauliH wait changed from that
of tho Columbia and Wlllamctto rlv
orH to tho AhIiIiuuI creek lliuld.
BAN PLACED ON
NUDE IN POULTRY
AHIII.ANI), Feb, 17. -Tim undo In
poultry Ik no loiter t'otihlilercil good
form here, In fact, ordiiiittiect 585
proliihilH It. All ehiekeiiH liuicuftcr
iiiiihI ho tlrcum-d, or rather, drawn.
Thin Ih a Niinllury meiiHiire of recent
eiiaelmeut, mloplt'd niter I'tnmldcr
able agitation, tho diHciiHHion rt'MiiU
ing therefrom in the city council at
tiiucrt horderin upon the nenmoii
ioiiM. The kiiiiio ordinaiieo iiIho eon
tiiiiH other hlipululioiiM concerning
(lie Hliuigliteriiig of uuimalH ami
iIiich the ban upon tainted iiiciiIh.
Another onliiiiiiicl" whieli Iiiim fin
ally run tlio gauntlet of much criti
cism and oppiiMitliiu in the No. oHH
emietmcnl, which lelatex In city li
eciiHitM for places of umiiHemeiil, hoth
IrmiHieiil nml icmimrnry, To Hie
iiIcih are added pool iiml billiard
IiiiIIh. The permanent theater like
t!ie Vining, for iiiKtaiiee-whieli in al
wayH with um; puvM un aiiuual liVem-e
of 75, The minor pluylioime, on the
oilier liaml, whleli oHimliiucH ehanges
m a linger from month t(montli, and
which Ih liable to lie open one month
iiml cloned the next, taken out the li
cense for Hie month or ipiarter, the
matter being optional. This tutiiH of
nffnirM look like dihcrimiuiilinu
iiguiiiMt the bigger tilaeex of uinue
inent, The new ordinance provider n
hliding- senle in Hut wuv of licctim'
and Hcekn to eipialiite the ineipu.lltieH
which have heretofore pre ailed.
T(NicIilng In louii
II, A, Seulleu, fonuer AhIiIiiiiiI hoy,
graduate of tho local high hcIiooI in
1(101) nud of tho fiiivcrHity of Oie
gnu In IIU.'I, in now nMHocinU'd with
the faculty of the I own Agricultural
college at Amiw. Kpccifically lie i
profeHHor in tho department of r.ool
ogy. The Keullen family hHII retain
their rchldrneo proiertv hero on
I'm nk Murpliv and family have
moved to CliitHkaiiie, in Coliiinliia
county, where Mr. Murphy will nu
timie In the employment of the. tele
phone company iih liucmuu.
HoMerV Itally I'iiijmkoI
Intercut Ih keen over the forthcom
ing boosting rally to be held by the
former Anal orgauizationx, the Com
mercial and Civic Improvement (dubs.
FAMOUS ATUUtTE WHO ItKClCIVED HAD '
INJURY AND MAY NOT COMPETE AGAIN
Mill hi Hheppard, otic of the grout cut athlelcn In the world to-day, tuny
never wear a Hplkcd nlie again While running In tha fourth lio.it of a COO
yard hnudlcap at the New York A.C. game, hi Now York, bo Htruck a looio
boanl In tho floor and fell heavily, retelling an abruHlou of the left leg and a
deep cut on bin left arm. lie wan taken to a pbyilclau and bud huvcriI stitches
taken In the cuts. It vmhiIiI not be Mirprlxiug If It were boau auuouuccd that
tho one? "I'ccHchh Mel" wait through wlili athletliH.
now merged. .Mom. Xewcomlic,
Cruviill, I'raehl, Nun in and Striek
laud leprehcut n eommittee from the
t'ommoreial club In further the move
ment ami the laities are planning to
render efficient aid. It Iihh been xitg-
gcMcd to hold the meeting nml ban
Mu'et on Iho day Hint netive opera
lion on the mineral spring project
hegiiih, Hiiih giving eclat to that event.
Kumor him it Hint u Kyiulicnte of
twenty local htiHincNM nun tilauod op-
tioiiH of .f.MKlU each on tho Portland
whent market reeenlly, but after (he
lop-notch ligurOH which tli'it cereal
reached n few da.VM ago limitations
have ebbed tomuvliiil of late, with the
rcHiilt Hint (.nine tire nnxioiihlv scan
ning the Infest maiket figures.
f PRIZE HEW
LONDON, Kob. 17. Tho report
which wan current laHt night and ro
colvcd wide publicity, to tho effect
that a prlzo crew of three IJrltlsh
officers and 1G men had been placed
on board tho American steamer Wil
liclmlna at ralmouth, proved to be
erroncoiiR. Tho officer commanding
the men lit charge of the Wllhelmlna
eald the detachment was not a prlzo
crew but merely n guard.
Wit I. nilfnul irartn Ih Modfntn mad
ASHLAND, Teh. 17 -At n meet
ing of rrenbytcrlan church truntecx
held Monday, thu annual budget was
reviewed. The pator Ih paid month
ly and In not a cent behind In his
mlary except for the current month.
Mo receives 100 per month and tha
linn of the manse rent free. Prof.
McMurray, as choir leader, getn $250
n year. The pledges to iiiIshIoiih ap
proximate $300. Taxes are only $40,
but It Costa $C0 to Insure tho proper
ty. Tho balance on paving, for
'which Uio church Incurred a liability
on two Rides, Is 2G0, under the Han
croft act, per annum. Tho budget
totals $2000, all of which is sub
scribed. Itev. II. A. Carnahan Is
pastor and Frank Shlnn, treasurer.
Tho trustees hro Messrs. Nlms, Carey.
fihlnn, Carpenter and Mcsdamcs Gar
rett and Winter.
lluy Trw.it for lliglinny
Tho last of tho week C. II. Lamkln
motored to Talent, accompanied by
Mcsdamcs Gard, Graham and Lam
kin, of the Civic Improvement club.
The ladles purchased tho cntiro stock
of tho Leslie nursery, near Talent,
and this will be imed In beautifying
the Pacific highway In luuncclate
territory, also Mountain Victt ceme
tery in eastern city limits.
Word comes from San Francisco
that this city's representatives at the
big show know nothing of tho 24th
of June being officially designated an
Ashland day. Frohbach writes that
if tho city council or Commercial
club recommends a date, be will toko
tho mutter up with thes proper offi
cials and have tho same confirmed.
Up to DUlrlct Attorney
Tho following Question Is referred
to the county atterney: In tho event
that a party neglects to secure his
automobile number and license the
first of tho year, but makes applica
tion later on now, for instance
can ho keep on using his car under
tho 1914 number, pending tho ar
rival of tho 1915 requirements? This
query Ih prompted by a recent acci
dent here, in which a car bearing a
1914 tag smashed another machine
which was observing tho regulations.
C. V. Dates, owner of a local dray
line, was on Monday confirmed by
the S. I, company as manager of Its
EPIDEMIC OF TYPHUS
PAItlS, Feb. 17. A Sofia ills
patch to the llalkan agency nyH that
an epidemic of typhtiH fevor which
broke out among Serbian prlnouorH
of Ilulgnrliin nationality, sent to
Sofia, by thu Austrian authorities,
bus uproad to thu civil population and
Ih ravaging tho roglonH nround Sofia,
I'levna and Phillppopolls. DlHcntory
iiIho la uald to bo prevalent.
PAGE THEATER BOOKINGS
FOR SEASON CANCELLED
Manngor I'ago announces thnt tho
Northwestern Theatrical association,
that has tho bookings of all tho find
class Hhowa In this territory, has can
celled Ml Jinks, tho big mimical com
edy that run (or a yoar In Now York
and was to ho played hero March 3.
Mr, I'ago Hnya tho cancellation is tho
roHUlt of tho slim patronago of the
Yellow Ticket and othor high cIobs
attractions that havo boon hero this
season and that other bookings for
ho re will no doubt bo cancollod aJso,
Manngor I'ago luia oxplalnod tho
local Hltttatlon to tho booking com
pany, told thorn wo havo prospects'
for big crops and hotter tlmos this
yoar and that next season will no
doubt bo more profitablo for tho big
.'..-." '" 'iV.'Ai'tV.'.M.i'iV.fl
You swing on
some real tobacco!
If you're a red-blooded citizen, you beat it across the
fields to a tidy red tin of Prince Albert and get some
Gmoko joy jammed into that system of yours.
Because P. A. wa9 produced to put a new high top
record on pipe and cigarette liberty. You can smoke
it until the cows come home, it can 't bite your
tongue, can 't parch your throat. And that's a fact!
the national joy smokt
made by a patented process that cuts out the bite
and tho parch and just puts in. the joy. wallop
flavor, fragrance. Me-o-my, but what fun there's
coming to the man who's game enough to match a
dimo against a tidy red tinof Prince Albert tobacco
that cost three years and a fortune to perfect!
Just kind o' let it sink in that you nor any other man
anywhere over did pack a pipe or roll a cigarette with
such tobacco. P, A. is a revelation a tobacco
revolution that sure certain will smash joy right
into your smoke department.
And today's fine for a go-to-it try-out!
Prince Albert U Bold tvtrywhera In loppy red bag; Set tidy rJ
tint, 10cf alio In handtoma pound and half-pound humidor.
It J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Wlwton.&lem. N. C.
Owing to tlio lower pnee of lumber ml ll:o ndsW Ipjiice-
mtl yf L.MVfl. 'hia.k l .1 -!..-! ..t !-m .,
i lire wmirr m
tiont ia doorit
ment of keeping our 'pun etnploed during tire winter monlhl,
we nuke Ihe lollowing remiluibl icduOioi
rfo.2,$l.l 0 S-Psnel Door
Quality Jut as Good as Ever
Oar cuomer are a!wjr, Mtiiliil. We own itni oprttie tne
Iwgefl cJiieQ-lo-toniumef Swh, Door and Mill Work faory m
Northwefl. You will find fiete the biseA Value in interior trim.
We aell anyone, ilrip anywhere. Ak for Catalog No. 33
Our object is to
give everyone a
chance to note
between 45 cent
coffee and cheap
one week only
15 to 20. 1915
IS GOOD FOR
10c to 5Qc.
ir PRCSENTED AT GROCERS-
FEBRUARY 15th to 2011), 1915
FOLGEB'S ffiP COFFEE
Rru!r SyIt ) ptitm
rttait prtca ilh enupsa
1 la TIN ,48 ,3ft
2 ,83 .83
air t:oo :?
B ' " 2.00 1.EO
bCroem wiU eoll.ct lha d'Jfwtne from u
ENTER YOUF1 ORDER BELOW
Htnd the coupon
to your grocer at
our door or at
hit (lore. II he
hat no Fotscr'a
Collee he can ctt
Ihe special value
offered aa we
ward him a tingle
package at trade
any channel he
nukes hi regular,
J. A. FOLGER&CO., San Francisco
"What Can You Do?"
asks tho Business Man. What Is YOUR answer?
GKT A I1USIXKSS KDUCATIO.V AT TIIB
Medford Commercial College
and your answer will satisfy Mr. Iluslaesa Man.
THE SCHOOL OF MODKU.V METHODS."
31 North GniK5 Street, ledford, Oregon. Telepliotio 15-L.
Round-trip tickots, perniittitifj stop-oyera at all
points in either direction, to the Pannnin Pncifio
International Exposition, San Francisco, February t
20 to Deeeraher A, und to tho Panama California Im
position, Suu Diego, open all year, will bo placed
on salo t
February 15 to November 30
SCENIC SHASTA ROUTE
Three Fine Trains Daily
Shasta Limited: Kxtm Faro, first-clnsa equipment, only. Lovm.
Portland 3:50 p. in. A, High-Class Train,
San FranclSCO Express: Observation Car, Standard and To:trit .
Sleeping Cars, Chair Cars and Diner. Lnavoa Medford!
10:43 n. m, '
California Express: Standard and Tourist Sleeping Car?, Chair Cjt
and Diner, Leaves Medford at 4:00 p. p. -" -1
Rill particulars, fares, literatim) on the Expovitioua, train olidur-'-eto.,
from nearest Agent of tlio ' ," .
John M. Scott, Genwal Passwigw At, Ptrtkk ftn ,
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