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MEDiFOKO MATH TR.mUNE, MttDFORD OREGON, THURSDAY, VKHRTARY 18. 1015
TliO directors of llio Coptniorclal
cjul hro requested to moot Ml the or
hlhlt bulldliiK, Frldny afternoon nt
iNJrq, J, It, Cochran, of Jtedford,
who Recently underwent an opora
tlon nt Mercy Hospital, left Hint In
Mtltution today to roinnln until fully
recovered nt tho home ot tier tdster-
Ih'lawt Mrs, V. H. Jtnmmitte. Horo.
At Dootli IS, public market, Satur
day) February 20, Harly 8un lllsc po.
If. 11. Patterson, tlio Quaker nnra
cryninn has returned from southern
California where ho rcportn tho rain
that should bo falling here, lins de
luged Hint land,
Tho Green Meadow creamery but
ter will bo nt booth 4, public market
Saturday by V. II. Drown and 0. W.
II. Ilruco WUroii, the Orlffln creek
orclinrdlBt, has returned from a cou
p(o of months spent In Portland vis
Mrs. Lcnch, 32G North Dnrtlott. ex
pert corsetloro. Phone 563-J. '
"Waller Uownc nnd family havo re
turned from n three month's visit to
Now York City.
Johnson's Cafo will bo ready to
pervo its patrons in its now quarters
in tho Holland Hofol building at noon
"Wednesday. It will bo under the
catno management which has made
this homo-llko eating plnco so famous
on South Central, nnd tho old popu
lar prices will remain in force. 2S6
' A. C. Allen has returned from San
Francisco, whero his eight-year-old
son was successfully operated upon
for hernia. Ho reports the exposition
nn far from complete Mucr Inter
est was shown in tho proposed mov
InK picturo ntory panorama of the
Roguo river valley nnd exposition au
thorltles asserted that this class of
entertainment far excelled tho ex
hibits for adortisinB purposes.
"A Fool Thcro Was," two days
only. Friday and Saturday, nftor-
noous and evenings, the Page. 2S 1
Today is being observed by tho W.
C. T. U. of tho land as Frances "Wll
lard day, founder of that organlta
tlon. Memorial exercises arc being
held at the homo of Mrn. Fleming.
719 Welch street this afternoon.
Don't forget to hear Uov. George
Schoencr, tho roso wlrard, public li
brary. Fob. 22, 23.24, 25 and 26, at
S p, m. All invited. Subject, "Roses
and Rose Growing."
Mrs. Charles Hogan of Grants
Pass visited friends and relatives In
this city Wednesday.
City pasenger service lBc. Coun
try trips in proportion. Pibrson &
Poster. Phono S7S-L. tf
Hann's Jublleo Singers will bo tho
attraction at tho Page Theater to
night. They are nn organization of
colored musicians with a reputation
throughout tho nation.
Dr. J. J. Emmons has moved to
bis now sulto of offico rooms In the
second floor of tho M. F. & H. Co.'s
A father's meeting of tho Teachers
nnd Parents association of tho Wash
ington school will bo held at tho
school building Friday afternoon at
3; 00 o'clock.
tfeo Davo Wood aoout that firo In-
.ranee policy Offico Mail Tribune
Tho Alumni association of the
lilgh school will bold a dance at the
Natntorlum Friday evening. A num
ber from out of town points have
been invited, besidca tho regular
Mntlnco, tho Page today.
It. It. Hbcl, nudltor of tho local
offico of tho California-Oregon Pow
er company, will leave Bhortly for
8an Francisco where ho will assumo
tho position of auditor nt tho main
offico, formerly held by W. 0. Aldon
hagon, who haB been transferred lo
tho Los Angeles office. Mr. Alden
hngon 1b a former resident ot this
Swoot cldor nt Do Voe's.
Mrs. C. C. Pouting is visiting
friends and rolatlvoa In tho Willlows
HprJngB district ,thls week.
Guy Carver has returned from n
two weeks business trip to eastern
"A Fool Thoro Was," two days
only, Friday and Saturday, after
noons nnd ovonlngs, tho Page. 2 84
A. P. Davis of La Grande, Oregon,
is nttondlng to business matters in
tho city this weok.
Matinee, tho Page today.
Charles Mco of Con'ral Point spent
Wednesday In Medford attending to
.Any caso of pllos relieved nt onco
nnd a permunent.curo guaranteed or
no charge Call 21 aencsEco street
nnd pee J. L. Kldd. Ladles may seo
Mrs. Kldd. 28C
Attorney Porter J, Neff loft this
morning for Portland to attend to
(Jet ycur Dnttor, cream, milk and
butter-milk, at Do Voe'i, '
Beeley tfall loft this morning on a
business trip to San Francisco and
njjrtUeru California uolnls.
Oaipq Wnrdeh O, Thompson of
Douglas county Is spending n few
dnjs In thin city nttondlng to ofti
"A Fool Thcvo Was," two days
only, Fildny nnd Saturday, after
noons nnd evenings, tho Page. 2S t
Joe II. ueoninn of Gold Hill Is
spolidlitg tho day In Med ford at
tending to business matters.
Kodak finishing, tho best, at Wes
ton's Camoro Shop. Over lets Thea
ter. Hnlph Stroud nnd Hud Pornoll,
pitchers with teams In tho Pacific
Const leaguo, tho first named signed
for this season with the Now York
Giants, passed through Mcdford
Wednesday en route to southern
training camps. Don Under, tho
Mcdford boy. Playing on the Venice
loam, leaves today for Los Angeles
for tho spring training work. Stroud
and Pcrnoll have beon spending tho
winter nt Grants Pass.
Kodak finishing and supplies at
iVeston's Camera Shop. Over Isl
Attorney O. C. Hoggs spent
Wednesday afternoon In Jacksonville
attending to business mntters.
Get It at Do Voo'a.
Tho Commercial clubs ot Grants
Pass nnd Roseburg have launched n
campaign for tho uso of homo grown
products by home people. Tho two
cities like Mcdford, purchase tho bal
ance of their products from out of
town points. Grants Pass Is urging
that home produced butter be used.
Instead of that shipped In from Cali
fornia. Cora K. Utley, chropodlst, 407
Gnrnctt-Corcy building, phono C57-R.
The planting of potatoes has be
gun throughout tho valley, though
not general. This year there was not
enough spuds raised In tho valley for
homo consumption, though n few
were shipped out. Tho Early Sun
rlso variety is most eagerly sought
for seed purposes and bring 3 per
cwt. Many Burbanks aro also being
J. O. Gcrklng, tho best all around
photographer in southern Oregon.
Mways reliable. Negatives mado any
whero, tlmo or place. Studio 22S
Main St. Phono 320-J.
D. Slsty of Central Point spent
Wednesday In Mcdford attending to
Dr. S. A. Lockwood nnd Dr. Myrtle
S. Lockwood, (physicians and sur
geons) havo moved to their now suite
ot offices. Rooms 309, 310 and 311,
third floor. M". F. & H. Dldg.
F. W. Carnahan. manager of the
UIuq Ledge mine, is suffering from
a slight attack' ot rheumatism. As
soon as ho recovers. ho will go to the
copper properties for the spring and
Wo aro headquarters for real first
quality cut hair. Marincllo Hair
Shop, 407 Garnctt-Corcy building.
William Upton of Springfield,
Ore., is among tho out of town vis
itors spending a few day sin the city
For better insurance, seo Holmes,
the Insurance Man.
The littlo son of A. S. Ullton who
has boon 111 the last few days Is Im
John Dyrne of tho Watklns district
spent tho first of the week In Mcd
ford on business.
Wesley Judy, driver of a laundry
wagon, performed n btu'iendous gns
tronoinicnl font Wednesday by cntiu?
one dozen rnw eggs nt once nnd filil)
Surviving. Mr. Judy became involved
in nn argument with Iluljih MeCny of
the Alco rignr store over his cntinz
ability nnd wngcrcd that he could cnt
twelve rnw eggs. There whs doubt
about tin claim, m ii dozen eggs
wero M'curcd. Ono after nnothcr the
eggs wero poured inlo n glass nnd de
voured. Tho world's record for rnw
egg cnliug is held by n mini in New
The grand Jury In session nt Juck
Fonvlllo this week will conclude Its
sessions this afternoon with n final
teport, and n number of expected In
dictments. This morning wns spent
In going ovor affairs with county of
ficer nnd Inspecting tho poor farm.
Wednesday afternoon the accounts of
the Pacific highway wero gone over.
Wednesday nfternoou was devoted
to hearing testimony of wltnesucs In
tho Investigation ot tho killing of
Gamo Warden A. S. Hubbard of Ah
land, near Trail last December, for
which crime Lorls Martin Is nwnlttng
action. A number ot witnesses from
that section wero examined. An In
dictment against Martin Is expected
No new Indictments have been
found against keepers ot Immoral
houses In this city, tho Inquistorlnl
body finding It difficult to securo de
The Inline of Or, (corgi1 11, Dciine,
on North Jacksonville mud, ttn do
st royed by fire Wednesday iiiiM
about JO o'clock, ontullini iv mopoily
loss oxliimtU'd nl.TitlUO, uninsured.
Owing to (he similarity in name nud
profcssuuH jt,f,vts reported tmt it
wn the home 'of Dr. A. W. Ueuuei
(hat was destroyed. The origin of
the fire is unkiio", but Ihe sumhwU
lion is ndvnnood that it was onuHcd
by defective Wiriiig.
WJion the firo was first dUeourcd
tho building was" i muss of flames
The family wns" Wting nt- the homo
of Frank II. Madden when nihised bv
phone of their les. They hurried to
the Kvene, but wero too bile. The
burn wns saved, through the efforts
I. i ..ii i , i
IKS IHE SHIPS
SAI.KM, Or.. 1-Vb. IK-Tlio Oivgon
scniilo mill house mot In joint ses
sion u( noon today iu honor of Wil
(jnihMltmdorsuii .I'unkwood, the lnt
Sml-vrvinjr member or the eoiislltti
Uuuitl eouvfiituin uf Oregon, which
wds in session' iil HAloiu from August
li to September 18, 18o".
The-Kovoniim members of Ihe stole
sipivuio e.opvt nild other slnlo ul'liiv-.
inlA tvertv presCnl. Mr. I'ueKwood
was groeted it nieli u slonn of
luuidt'luppiiig thit hn uddresNod Ibt
ussnuuiy wim ei"iimn. mv. rneu
Yvuod wns lioin iu Illinois in 1&I2 nud
was nn intimate friend of Lincoln,
lie joined Ihe United Stnlei nttnv in
1818 nnd was one of Ihe tweut,-five
that osiMlted, Ornenil Wilson to Ihe
BLOCKADE IN FULL FORCE
(Conttlnuod fiom Page 1.)
The Homl unuiiiil meeting of Ihe
Oregon OKteopnthlu Aimoelatlou will
bo lu'hl on Friday and Saturday,
Fobr'unry li nud ao, at tho Mtiltuu
mah Hotel, Portland,
Impoitanl imperH will ho read and
dlHctiHHt'd nitch an "Tho Human Or
'gaiilsm tin nn Adjiuillvo Mecluiuluiu"
by Dr. Ilowhmdf "Astlimn" by Dr,
Waldo, "The Itulntlou of Veitohrnl
Lesions to Nutrition" by Dr. It. W.
Walton, a Dr, Wliuor-Ford will nlso
rontillMito a paper,
.Special luteieitt Is couteied In this
' liiH'tlng, as pliins will bo derided upon
tegnrdlng the eiitertalnmeiit ot tliq
national convention to ho held in
Portland not August, when ovor
U000 osteopathlo phynluhuiH will visit
Dr. W. W. Howard of Med ford will
road a paper on "Treatment of Minor
Ps) chores." J
The romuwhnt merciless hand ot
the law reached out Wednesday night
and took from Mrs. Florence Hoff
man her two children, placing them
by vlrtuo of an order of the circuit
court in tho hands of a Mrs. White-
man. The order taking tho children
from her was served by tho sheriff's
office. It was 'rumored that Mrs.
Hoffman was planning to flee with
her unties, nnd for this reason a close
watch was kept, for fear sho would
outwit the law. This Is tho closing
chapter of a domestic tragedy that
has been of keen Interest locally. In
a divorce decree granted Wednesday,
the father was given the custody of
tho children, along with tho decree.
It was tho wish of tho father that
Mrs. Whltcmnn tako chargo ot the
Jersey, who liibl full ate thirty-two
A STRANGE UN
Madam Wintcroth, palmist, clair
voyant and tranco medium.
Now located In our city Is creating
ponsntions by her truo predictions.
Sho has engaged a patronage of tho
very best people ot our city. Sho
ready you as open book, past, pres
ent and futuro, and sets you on tho
right rpad to health, wealth and, hap
piness, All thoso In doubt don't fal
to seo this gifted woman as sho, (
The lii'jil Mn sonic lodge bus mov
ed to new nud eomfortuble pinrters
in the M. F. & U. building, whero they
have been provided with very coin
inodious quarters. They will meet in
the new hall on Friday, February JO
for the first time, when they will
make preparations for tho house
warming to bo given during March.
There will be n special communica
tion held on Monday evening, nt
which they will confer tho M. M. de
gree. The Itoynl Arch chapter of Masons
report that they hnvo considerable
degree work to confer nnd have been
working. p get possesion i thtj now
hall, nututhevwill havo n special
convocation TucMbiy evening, Febru
ary U'l,, ut which time tfiry wjll con
fer degree, work on hi;vtyal v.: -Q.h is.
IIKLKNA, Mont., Feb. 1?.-- Flow
ing tho lend of the house, tlio hciiiiIp
today adopted u report of a stnnding
rnmmittou rccommeudiug u bill abol
ishing racetrack gumbling. The sen
ate also passed n saloon closing law,
the hours during which they may be
open being from 8 a. m. to 12 midnight.
lU'KN'OS AYIiKS, Feb. 18. -Tho
j Herman tdcumur llolger, wheih has
armed here, brings news that dur
ing Ihe mouths of Juuuary and Feb
runry the Herman nuxilmrv cruiser
Crown l'riiico Willtclm. operating on
the northern const of Ilmxil, sank the
Hnti'lt steamer Hemisphere, the
Hritisli stenmer I'otnro, the sailing
ship Sumatra nud the sailing ship
Wilfred. Tho crew of these xcsseN
nrv on board tho llolpr.
FRANK JAMES, OUTLAW, DEAD!
(Continued Trom Pni l.i
been shot nud killed In his homo In
St. Joseph. Mo., by Hub Ford, also a
bandit, for a reward of 150,000.
Frank James surrendered In Jcffcr
con City, Mo. Ho wn sentenced to
lite Imprisonment In tliu penitentiary,
but after a tow years hu developed
symptoms ot tuberculosis nnd was
pardoned by tro governor.
clear, but it is believed pi nimble lho.
still hnvo their eyes on Warsaw and
hope by Inking that city to break the
Russian power to resume Ihe offen
sive so tlmt I hoy may be free lo laki
more energetic Men against tho nl
lics iu the wnM.
Alllos ItCMIIIIO A I foil.
Anticipating this posMtbility, the
ullies, during Ihe last two iliyA have
mndo a vigorous atlaek ugninsl the
(leriiinns jn Hauders and I'raiice. The
outcome of this effort cannot bo stat
ed as tlio French nud Oenimn repot U
ure iu direct conflict.
In llitkowimi the Auslriniis are re
ported to havo partly surrounded the
IftiKMnns before CVernowitr, but the
battle still is iu progress nud rein
forcements nre renchitiL the Hih-
sinus, who hnvo the ndvuntago of
nndnmaged railwnys both to this
point nnd to Kndworun, further west,
which tho Austnuns have reocenpied.
Tliu Iitissinus report continued
progress in the Carpathian".
Ml tlova M. Keller's .Mtnigulo lo
Keep t!lli' Vlnol Helped lo
Wmll,ff Venous lliealolonii.
AIIm'HIIh, Pn. - "l nut n Imichur In
tho public hcIiiioIh and I got Into a
very nervous, run-down condition. I
wan tired all the time.
"My nllr told mo how Vlnol had
built nn her uephmv ami nuked mo 10
trj It, I did ho, and within it week
nfler tahlug Vlnol my itiiellto Im
proved and I could sleep nil ilKht mill
now I feel well nnd strong.
"Vlnol Itt ft'rlnluly a flim mcdlclno
and oven the doctors say It Is a good
tonic."--Horn M. KbIIhi-, Allan lis,
Tho rcitnon Vlnol rmdoiod .Miss Kel
ler to her normal health wits litH-iumo
In a natural manure It iiltarpouod her
appetite, aided dlgcMtlnu, ntroiiDth
citud her nurvoH, nnd us a iohuII
bruught the refioihliiK shop nho
If time Is anyone la (his vicinity,
run-down, weak, nervous", worn out
nud who cannot sleep, we ask you to
try Vlnol, our delirious cod liver nipt
lion tonic, on our giinrantao to build
)ou up and iimlio you fol better, vat
better, sleep hollar, or rutin n otir
money. Mcdford I'hrtrinary, Mmlford,
Oregon, and nt all lending drug Moron
over) where Adv.
Out of 400 blll.1 In leglslnturo -10
rcgulnto salmon Industry.
It Is cstlmnted that tho govern
ment's Grand Canyon gamo refuge,
.n Arlonza, now contains nbottt 10.-
(let a 10-cetit box.
Colds -whether In tho head or any
pait of tho hod) - ato quickly over
count by urging tho liver to action
nud keeping tho bowoln free of poi
son. Tnko Cnscnrutn tonight nnd
)ou will wnko up with n clear b-..'.
and no doubt )ou will wonder what
lecani'j of your cold. Cnscarets work
while you nlop; they cleanse nnd
regulate tho stomach, remove tho
sour, undigested food nud foul
gnses; tako tho excess lillo from tho
llvor nnd enrry off (ho constipated
waste matter nnd poison from tho
Itemembcr the quickest wny to get
rid of colds Is ono or two Cimrnrels
at night to cleanse the system, (let
a 0-ccnt box nt ri"- -l-ii: store
Don't forgot tho clilldre.i. They
relish thin Candy Cathartic and It In
often nil that la needed to drlto n
cold from their little svstcm Adv
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MADE TO ORDK1C
FROM $20.00 UP
Also ClrnnltiQ, Prcssinn nnil Altering
128 C. MAIN. UPSTAIRS
Ten Gallon Symp is used thousands
of wnite in cookinp;! Wo want tho
housewives of the hiorthwest to tell us how they
use it for dossertsjjfor preserving nnd crystul
izing fruit, etc. .For the best receipt received
we will pay $75 tnold, and $25 for the second
best. Send as rflnny as you desire. Contest
open until September 1st
CHICHESTER S PILLS
r) ? CF
l.llrI ALHf irf fl.ir.A
fin. i ii. 4 i o.u MniiHVy
Tk i. Ik.r. ll.r.r.Mr v
UemmmUL. Aiiimi tll.t inrmJrru m
I & T t. II,, .Ml. ...I.h ..m.
SOLD BIT DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
is delicious nnd
nutritive! it is
far superior to
and healthful for
the children than,
all corn or gliicosbi
Is nn opcn-kcttle, genuine Now Or
leans molussca strictly pure tho
best on tho market costs more, but
ASK YOUR GKOCKR.
Pacific Coast Syrup Co.
horo for a few days only.
144 South Central.
Notice Is hereby given that tho un
dersigned will apply to tho city coun
cil of tlio city of Meurpru, Oregon,
at Its noxt regular meeting, March
2nd, 19 15, for a license to boll malt,
vinous nnd fpliiloufs liquors at hla
placo of business, No. C3 X. Front
street, Mcdford, Orogon, for a period
of hIx months, ,
Dated February 18tl, 1915.
1). S. JtADCMFF,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTED I.ady deblres cooking for
men on ranch, mines, mill, widow
ers' home. Room 10, Nash Hotel.
FOIl RENT Six room furnished and
eight room vacant house, 310 N
SPRING MILLINERY OPENING
We will have on display all the
! latest models in new spring hats
Saturday, February 20th
and cordially invite every lady in
Medfora and the valley to attend
this grand exhibit
K3l 11A1& UUK &rJLUAHI f
WltONOI-'l I.I.V iu..Mi;i
Children nre often blamed for not
getting along wlt. tbelr n-tioni, when
tho real fault I:'- with their oyeN. al
though iiiiMiiNpectod by either parent
If children need glasses it Is cruelty
not to havo thorn; It they don't need
them tho fnct should ho known.
A scientific examination will re
move all doubt.
See DR. R1CKERT
in: KNOWS now
Suite .2 Out DohcI'm
F.lectrlc Lights, I'lilsparkor, Inter-
chniigeablu YVhmdii, Extra Wheel and
Tiro, First ClasH Condition
2I WKST .MAIN NTIIEKT
it 1 1 pAKOTA AVI!t
At Vimr ri'riiccrn. Ouniimtieil Ity
The White Velvet Icu Cream Co.
I'hono -IHI :t2 So. (Vlllnil
126 E. Main Street
First Door East First National Bank
208 East Main Street
in Southern Oregon
Negatives Mado any time or
place by appointment
' We'll do tho rest
X, D. WESTON, Prop.
llrlngt Oiii- Itollnblo
To jour icty door
Tlioti) who want I ha
i cry latent and bout
Juuulry win fin, ro . (
tho rnl value at nw
Bonablo -prlMH, .Vo
mattor what, your
wauiH may bo If
only a "ltK for
llaliy" Jimt dtop iih a
pomnl or phono nnd
ni'ii how on- It Ii to
hnvo Uonulnc. .lownlry
ut our prleAii dnllverod
promptly at yiitti- homo
by Parcel Purl.
In the heart of the
and theatre district.
Running distilled ice
Water in every room.
will attract you,
fcuropenn Plan rates
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