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MEDVORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MUDFOKU OUMION. KRIDAY, AI'RIl, 12, 11)15
AccoruliiK to Mark Applognto, Ills
Ife, Injured lu n motorcclo ncel-
dtrtit nt the .Inckwm street crowing
' about two Weeks ngo, Is suffering
f frotn'a lOgh f oyer,. and It Is feared
i'fllMlflM tnwnlnM .al.trnctnro of tho
,t itonr Iho rnclfltjon nt Methodic
fthlifch Friday, 8 p. m. 10
A pqiiail of tramps wore mnrrlicd
t out ,or town tunny uy tlio police. Tiioy
'"train1 by thu crow near (Irntitn Poser
6jit refused to get off. t'pon nr
! rival at this city, tlio wanderers wore
forced to disembark. They woro itn
mcdlatoly ninrclied out of town ns
a precautionary measure. There has
boon hn Unusually large number of
transients In tlio city tlio Inst tlireo
Hnvo your Inwn mower sharpened
by J. V. Mitchell, phono 320-J. tf
Attorney A. C. Hough of Grants
Pans i-pcnt Thursday In Medford ut
tending to legal matters.
Another flvo hundred pound ship
ment of those delicious chocolate
creams going at thirty cents a pound
Mrs. T, J. Fish of Phoenix spent
Thursday In Mcdrord visiting friends.
A. 8. Allies ot Talent spent Thurs
day In Medford attending to business
Oregoninn agency nt DoVoo's.
L. h. Schcll of Oakland, Cal., Is
snendluga few days In tlio. city nt
1 tending 'to business matters.
C.' A. DoVoo for subscriptions.
A. C. Iiollna of Diinsniulr, Cat.,
Is spending a few days In the city
attending to business matters.
Savo mondy on your Easter hat.
Tho Home Millinery, 1101 West 9th.
V. E. Hnmmcl ot Eagle Point spent
Thursday In this city and Jackson
ville on business.
Hear tho Crucifixion at Methodist
church Friday, 8 p. m. 10
7. It. Batonian ot Ashland spent
Thursday afternoon In Medford at
tadjng(tg business matters.
Kastor Is at hand. You know tho
Wylo Is right -when you ouy here.
Misses "Lonnsberry & Senion at M.
& M. Department store. 11
II. P. Powers qjt Talent was a bus!
ncss visitor in tho city Thursday af
ternoon. ., Sweet elder at De Voe's.
P. D. Illackdcn ot Climax spent
Thursdny in Medford attending to
business matters. I
Lunch lCc. Don't miss It. Flowers
for Easter. Home cooking, Saturday,
-4STU-&&3!- ?. Bazar. 200 W. Main.
- - 10
Gcorgo II. Capron of Minneapolis
was a business visitor in tho city tho
first of tho week.
"Grown in Medford" vegetable
plants for salo. Many varieties. Or
dor now for futuro delivery. Mad
dox & Ilonney, Portland Avo. Green
house, Phono 8711. 30
George Bodgo of Heno, Nov., is
nmong tho out of town visitors in
tho city this week.
If you C. A. DoVoo, you can get
Tho Country Gentleman for one dol
lar. George Xeuber of Jacksonville at
tended to business matters in this
Hear tho Crucifixion at Methodist
church Friday, 8 p. m. iq
Miss Hazel Welsh of Anderson,
Cal., is visiting friends nnd relatives
in this city.
Attractive rag rugs $ 1.00 each at
Easier Salo by Methodist Ladies, Sat
Deputy HUtrict Wolghor Charles
Hansen of .uckuonvJUo spent Thurs
day In Medford on business.
Seo SJinplelgh Hnrdwaro Co., for
fishing, tackio, especially the boys.
Tom Fuuon of tho western Union
ro)ny station force is confined to his
homo on South Central street by 111-
J. O. Corking, tho best all around
photographer in southern Oregon.
Always .reliable, Negatives mnde any.
where,, time or place. Studio 228
Main St.' ( Phono 320-J.
B. Jj !siulkoy; left Thursday even
ing on.a hort businesH trip to Grants
IjQino ftaklngV Methodist Ladles,
?11 JNTost.M'aln, Saturday morning
7:30: ' ' ' io
EvorottjXMar, of a Oaklunil. Cal.,
n former resident of (his city, is vis
iting frionda and relatives for u short
, Yhy not set It nt DoVoo's?
Attorney H, U, Uookman and wlfo
of Portland, and Mrs. C, Q. Beek
mau ot Jacksonville loft Thursday
evening for Portland.
Candy, candyj get it at DoVoo's.
A. S. Furry of Phoenix spent
Thursday afternoon in Medford visit
ing frleqds. A
Hear Uio Crucifixion at Methodist
church Friday, 8 p. in, 10
Ed Kahler of Central Point siont
Thursday afternoon Ju Medford at
tending tobuslnesg iu,uUers,
?QraUr'DU.terl cream, niilk and
butier-BiIUc, at Do Voo'i,
A. Conro Flero of this city loft bis
auto stnndlug on the street of Ash
land without n Jlsht. during tho per-
lormnnco of "Potash nnd PerlinUt
tor" Wednesday evening, niul wns
fined In thu police court of that city
for the dereliction.
Oct It nt Do Voo'a.
Tho annual Installation of officers
of tlio Elks' lodge wna hold Thursday
evening nt the new temple on North
Central. W. II, Mcllownn wna In
stalled ns onl(cd ruler. George T.
Collins wan appointed osquiro, C. Y,
Tongwnld," Inner guard, nnd O. O.
Alendorfeh chnplnln. The ElkB will
give a dnnco next Tuesday evening,
aa the first ot a series ot social scat
Ions. Kodak finishing and supplies at
Weston's Camera Shop. Opposite
Mrs. W. E. Williamson of this city
wns called to Ashland Thursday af
ternoon by the Illness of her mother.
li. G. Dougherty of Talent spent
Thursday afternoon In Medford nt
tendlng to business matters.
Get your supply of aprons nnd
children's clothing nt tho Easter Sale.
right tans of this city are begin
ning to manifest interest In tho Jack
Johnson Jess AVIllard fight nt Ha
vana next Monday afternoon, bet
ting lints and a few dollars on the
result. Johnson is a fnvorlto nnd Is
picked to sln by tlio majority of
Tnxl Foster & llolbrook. Phono
S83. City trip lCc. Two for 2Cc.
Corner Fir nnd Mnln Sts. 11
Judge John L. Chllds ot Crescent
City, Cal., against whom Impeach
ment cbnrges were filed, beforo tho
California legislature nt Sacramento
Thursdny, is well known in this city.
Judgo Chllds has been prominent in
tho politics of Del Norte county for
many years, and tho action towards
impeachment Is tho outgrowth ot a
factional fight thnt has been raging
bitterly in thnt district for a long
time. The charges nllege Incompe
toncy, perversion of Justice, nnd crlm-
Seo Dave Wood about that firo In
surance policy. Office Mail Trlbuno
The county treasurer's office Is
compiling figures on the amount of
ttaxos collected for 191 A.
Best assortment of Easter cards In
the city. Handicraft Shop.
Itain began falling over tho valley
this nftcrnoon, In an April shower.
with prediction for moro of tho same
during tho next 24 hours.
Papering and painting. Phono
Tho Iter. J. K. Baillle of Phoenix
spent Thursday in Medford attending
to business matters.
Papering and painting. Phono
H. G. Sloeckman, Lloyd Wilson nnd
Heruert Kcntner left Thursday on a
surveying trip to tho Willow Springs
Hear tho Crucifixion at Methodist
church Friday, 8 p. m. 10
Matinee, tho Page today.
F. B. Walto of Suthorlln, Oregon,
Is spending a taw days in tho city and
valley on business.
When your feet hurt don't try to
put up with It. Have them cared for
by a skilled Marincllo oporator. Tho
comfort It brings Is worth many times
tho cost ot treatment. Tho Marincl
lo Hair Shop. Cora E. Utiey, 407
Garnett-Coroy building. tf
Tho Inst story hour of tho year will
be held at tho library Saturday morn
ing nt 10 o'clock. Tho etorlbs will
be. Tho general's Easer box. Easter
rabbit, a German legend, Tho Giant
and tho Hord-Boy.
Ladles of tho M. E. church will
have an Easter Salo at 211 West
Main, Saturday, Aprl 3rd, room for
merly occupied by tho Gas Co. 10
. It. Mluter of Eaglo Point is a
business visitor in tho city today.
Dr. Riddoll has moved his office to
tho Medford Furnlturo & Hardware
building, third floor. 314
II. II. Craft of Agate is attending
to business In Medford today.
Fancy grocerios nt DoVoo's.
Tho school board In Jacksonville
met Thursday and decided to retain
tho same teachers In tho schools for
uiiothor jear, as they have nil given
perfect satisfaction during tho past
Kodak finishing tho best, at Wes
ton's Camera Shop. Qpposlto Book
W. J. Burbidge hud business in
tho north, end of the valley Friday.
Edgar ilufcr was In Ashland Wed
Toy t.xry, to clahsjft.
KOIt SALK A-l black team and
harness, welslit ubout 2700 lbs.
Phone F. a Owen. 711, 10
WHEN YOU THINK OF
(jr A 1 hJS
W. C. Grey returned from Califor
nia Friday morning.
Flvo car lo.tdn ot nutomuhlles on
fctlto Medford height house track this
morning. Who Riild hnrd times?
Got Pan Dandy bread nt DoVoo's.
r, S. Hrnmwell of tlio sugar in
terests leaves for Purtlnnd tonight.
J. M. limber, vice president of tho
Great Northern railway, with hond
qunrtors nt St. Paul, is on sixteen to
night in Private car Grent Northern
A 1. Ho has been Invited to leave
the car nt Ashland nnd rldu over thu
Pacific hlghnny to Medford.
Speclnl Easter dinner at the Nash
Cnfeterla Sunday. Turkey nnd chick
en with nil the good things that go
with them. You will enjoy tho fount.
Evorbody Is congratulating him,
for today Is tho steeuth. anniversary
of A. S. Itoicubnum. gonial general
manager of tho llnrrimnn lines In
Medford. Somo times ho Is called
Espee Kosonbautn becnuo ot doo
tlou to the Southern Pacific, whose
service ho entered Just twenty-one
years ago today. Recently his pro-
clMttes for Joy-rldtng lias given htm
the sobriquet of J. U., but to prove
that oxen Joy riding paxs, Hosey
points to the fact thnt he earned
enough by It, nt sumo porsonal In
convenience, to pay his taxes no
Riunll amount In these hard times,
By Glen Lnldley
Tho Bandon high school defeated
the local high in a hnrd fought de
bate nt Eugene. Tho Bandon team
Is composed of two boys and ono girl.
The fact that they won wns through
the efforts of ono of tho boxs xxho
ns un exceptionally strong debater
nnd xory cunning nt rebuttal. The
boys that composed tho team sern us
follews: Clinton Purkenplle, Hugo
Lutnburg. Earl Hubbard. Mr. Bow
man accompanied the boys.
Mutt Williamson, the M. II. S. mil
lionaire, has got tho habit ot riding
to school In tho Jitney bus.
Bnndon will meet Salem, the cham
pions of the Wlllnmctto vnlloy, and
the winner of that dobato will bo tho
champion of western Oregon. Tho
champions of western and eastern
Oregon will meet on May 15th for
tho! deciding debate..
Tho boys of tho debating team re
turned to Medford Thursday.
On account of tho wet weather
there has not been a very largo crowd
'out for the track team.
Marvin Mitchell of this city has
gono to Klamath Falls to work on
the government ditch.
Tho Collego Widow xxlll bo given
by tho senior class ot tho local high
school somo tlrao in May.
There Is a largo amount of flno
work being dono by the manual train
ing department of the high school.
MYSTERY VEILS SW0B0DA.
(Continued from Pag 1)
represented himself ns a Candlan,
and said ho did not know a word
of German, but somo time Inter ho
ox'orheurd Swoboda talking German
fluently ovor the telephone. When
tho banker called tho attention of
his employo to tho conflicting state
ments ho had made, Swoboda ex
plained that he had studied at Hold
elberg. Mommoja becamo suspic
ious, however, und discharged Swo
boda In 1913.
Kiispccloil as Spy
Soon after the outbreak of hos
tilities, Swoboda xvaa discovered at
a lato hour ono nlgbt clone to xvhoro '
Important defense wprk was being'
carried out. Upon being arrested ho
explained that he was nn American '
and pleaded Ignorance. On tho pro
duction or satisfactory papers bo was
allowed to go.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Six Brand New Styles
in Low Shoes
Just Received from tho
, , time for
Will bo Sold at
$2.75, $3.00, $3.25 and $3.50
"Walk Kifty Htow and Hnxo no CVniV
ou Voui N'ext.l'ulrof Lmv HIkk-s
8IJH OUU VI.VIM)VS
und do not forget that
"GOOD HIIOKS" Jlullt Our lIllMnrsH
AT THIj! SIGN OP
OI'POSITK POST OFFICE
nilCA(H), April J. A letter re
iiii"injr I'lcsnlont WiNon to en II u
Mpeeinl xeion of immijjm'sk lo puss a
law prohiliitint; the munufiiotuio uiul
Mile of iuloxioiilin liitioi'H in the
I'ultci! Htltlos wis iiihhi'ssfil to the
Whilu Uouse fmlnv K. W. I'hnrin,
former piCHtlcntml Oiiutlnlute of tlio
prohibitum, piul.x, John I1, St. ,Iolui,
foimor governor ot Kiiuih, ami
others pHinjinoiiUn the nutinmil pio
hihitiou brigade, iiiohulinu' IVtitl
Huckiuxlium, t'lilormlo; l.utn Irene
Uuy-nvM, Misouii, tmil finales ,1,
Thu loiter points out the example
set by luisin in stopping the mile of
intoxicants, restrictive inonmiios ui
Prance ami the agitation in Knularil,
i.iul renin i ks that if the eouiitiy waits
until thu next romilnr so-mou of u
gres. In piii sin h a law the I'u oil
States will stiinil atone anion,; ci'ir 'd
nations as pcnaitting the use of niou.
CITY Tlti:.SI'lti:'S NOTICE
Offlco of of City Treasurer, Med
ford, Oregon, April 1st, 1915.
Notice Is hereby given that there
are funds on hand In tho city treas
ury for the redemption of the fol
No. 0101, dated May 1st, 19 to.
No. CI 1, dated May 1st. 1911.
Nos. 1385 to 13SS, Inclusive, duted i
Nov. 1st, 1911.
Nos. 1C75 nnd 1(570, dated Nox
No. 3 ot Series !:." dated May
Nos. I nnd C, Series "O," dated
Nov. 1st. 1911.
Interest on tho above named bonds
will cease at tho next semi-annual
Interest paying period, May 1st, 1915.
, Gl'S II. SAMUELS,
12 City Treusurer.
CAIll) Of THANKS
We wish to thank the many friends
imd neighbor for their many kind
acts and tho sympathy extended us
during the recent llucss and death ot
our beloxud sou nnd brother.
MIUinn.fl MKS. JOSEPH TAYLOR.
THOM AH TAYLOR.
LOS ANT.KI.KS, April - Allegn-
tiiuis-thut f hnrlet K. Sabasti.iu, chief j
of police and eaudidule for mayor,
was made the victim or a political
conspiracy, xvheu two ileliuiiieut girls
preferred charges of iiiM-nniliut
tigaitibt him, occupied the attention
of the grqnd jury today.
T. J. d'Koofo. United States tiro
representative, Is In Medford on bus
Cigarette ifteea yeara ago
are emokcra of
Cigarettes today 1
TO ALTER EMBARGO
WASIIINOTON', Apill 'J.-KrfoUs
of the raited Slules gov eminent to
olilaln concessions fioiu (lemiuttv
which would penult the iiiiiuilatton
of (Ionium po(iih foitilirof tailed to
day, it heeaiiie known heie, when
American officials uete nihioil thai
(leimativ wolthl tnnko no alteration
of her cinhargn. Nouotlatioiis hail
boon in progioN since tho oiitlnouk of
the Kuioponn war.
I no (lormiiti lelusni eame at a
time xvheu Auieiieiiu officials he-
liovod the wax had boon cleared for
a lOsloration for at least pint of the
potash Unfile between llciuiniiv nnd
the l nited Stales. The lenson for
the (termini lefusul has not hooii d)s
GIRL VERY SICK
Tells How She Was Made
Well by LydiaE.Pinkham'.
Now Orleans, La. "I tnko pleasure
in wri ting these lines
to express my crnll.
tudo to you. I nm
only 10 years old and
work in a tobneco
factory. I have
been n very nick girl
but I hnvo improved
taking Lydla L.
ble Compound and
nm now looking fine
and reeling a tnouxand times better.'
Miss A MEM A JAQUILLAUD, 9001 To
houpltoulas St., Now Orleanf, La.
St. Clnlr, Pa. -"My mother xvna
alarmed because I was troubled with
suppression and had pnlns in my back
and side, nnd severe headaches. I hnd
pimples on my face, my complexion was
nallow, my sleep was disturbed, I had
nervous spells, was very tired nnd hod
no ambition. Lydin E. Plnkhnm's Veg
etable Compound has xx'orked like a
charm in my ensonnd hns regulated me.
I worked In n mill among hundreds of
girls and hnvo recommended your medi
cine to many of them." Miss Crrr.U-x
MAGUlltL', 110 Thwlng St., St. Clair, Pa.
Thcro is nothing that tenches moro
than experience. Therefore, such let
ters from girls xvho hnvo suffered and
were restored to health by Lydla E.
Pinkham's Vegotnblo Comiound should
be a lesson to others. Tho samo remedy
is within roach of all.
If you want ftpretal advice write (o
Lydla K. IMiiklinm Medicine Co. (conll
dontlal) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will
be opened, rend and answered by a
woman and held In strict confidence.
Special for Easter
Individual Easter Lillles
Brick, Nut and other Fancy Creams
made from the Velvet Ice Cream. Or
The White Velvet Ice
The Home of Daisy Butter
32 3. Central
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KNOCK ONCE AT YOUR DOOR-
WILL NOT WAIT
Will )iiii he ItCADV tthcti It kiimU?
Medford Commercial College
Preiiaiot for tUo c.mrKenc, caM of Opportunity and the preperntlnn In
thoroiiKh und cutniilrto. (Iirr ItCADV NOW.
Call. Telephone, or trlto. nt N Ornn St. Hchmil nil Hummer
THERE'LL BE MONEY IN POULTRY
This full will nee tho hlphnut prlren pttld for potiltr) that hnvo
been ufiured In hoiiio years. Do not full to rnlno tho imtnil number
or chlckenii, nnd be mire to feed tho chlclm tho right fnud to build
tlium up and K't them on tho unirket In tho Hiinrtoitt poMlhle time.
We carry the only complete linn of Poultry Supplier In (hu rullsy,
nnd hate lo offer ut thli time Chick I'ood, Kciutih Fond, llewf
riuruprt, Hone Meal, Oyittor Shell, Chnrco.il, I.oIiik AIhIi, 1'IhIi
SrrnpH, Orlt. lllood Men I, all Poultry Toiilcn and ItMiiirJpm fur all
dUeniieH, In Miort ever thine iHKenmr) for the nuo-enful productliiii
ItlLMKMIIIMl Wo carry thomoiit compute lino of FJld and nr
den HceiU In Southuru Orccou.
MONARCH SEED & FEED GO.
:U7 K. MAIN'KT.
Thieves Enter House by Skylight
"mid Kit $.r.000 III kuiiih while the fauilly Ih nt dinner''
Thlit hIiowh tho liiiporlamo of keeping Jimulry nnd otlur
vulunbleii in u Snfo Depuull llnx. Our Y'nult In Fire nnd
lliirKlar I'loof. Hufo Deiioxlt lloM'H for nut, $i!.(K) AM)
I'P Plllt YKAIt.
OVCH P2 VCARS UNOCP OUt MANAOEMKfJT
.'III Ho. (Jrnpo Ht.
AUTO TIRE .REPAIRING
Fisk and Michelin Tires
The Tires of Quullly mill Kervlin
208 East Main Strcot
Tho Only Exclusive
in Sputhorn Oregon
Negatives Mado any time or
place by uppointment
We'll do the rest
X. D, WESTON, Prop.
IT IS PASTURIZED
Come Seo It Made nt
1 15 North Central Avenue
A. A. MOODY. Prop.
UNION FEED AND
112 South tttvoi'sido