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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1915)
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MTCDrTfrnT) MATT, TT?TTHWP. MKDFORTJ OTfROOX, TTTTTT?snAV, jnY 15, U)M
HOLT'S EXAMPLE SWAYS FRENZIED MAN IN
IY 10 DEVELOP
IN THE TREASURY
A wrtnll conl rovorv linn broken
onl Mdwoen William I'lrich, buyer nf
ciinnly w'nrranls mill County Ton
mur tl'Vcd CoIij,r. TrwiMMtr f'ol
vljr claim Unit tlio loportu eireu
luted about tliu county, nro for the
purpose of 'Iii,iim,iiik county pap
or, iiml Hint lie in onlv followitijr tin
utriol loiter of the liv. Mr. I'lrich
cilnitim Unit llio trenwitor i'h with
hnldliif: I mills llmt hhniihl In; used In
tln pu.Miicnt of wnrrunlH.
I7p to yesterday' wu'd Mr. dd
vip today, "there was in Hip fjeneriil
i'uiid .'',ll)4.r)l. Tho nmonnt wo
innst keep on limid for tin- payniont
of tlio second half of tho Hlato huie
of tlio taxes duo in N'o ember i
$18,(1:10.01. AImi wo iniiht keep on
limid .(), fl 1.(18 to redeem warrant
that liavo burn culled hut not pre
sented. TliiH makes a total of "l,
87IMI!) which must ho kept on hand,"
"Mr. 1'lrich hooiiis to think that 1
fdumlil use tho money which I hao
laid iinhIo for tho stale tux, for tho
icilcuiplion T wiiirunK and take a
ehanco on liiuinu the moue mi hand
on Nnvoiuber 1. Mill tho law plaluh
Flute that the second half diull he
paid on or liofore tho lir-t dn of
November out of (ho find iimne.v
oollootod and paid Into the count
Sootimi .'lOD'J rends: "Whenever
tnnv enjinty troiiHiiior lnill fail to
pay tho state treasurer any money in
liirt hands for that purpose at tho
time prcHciihfil hv law, he shall, in
iidditiou to other H'iiuli", ho liable
fo tlio follewing: If ho shall ho fail
to pay for the Hpaco of leu days ho
shall forfeit to tho stale twonlx pei
cciiluni on the ninomit wilhliild: and
if ho shall lad to pay over mmoIi
Jiiniie,n for the space of thirty daw
niter Much ipoeiliod lime, ho shall
forfeit Iih otfieo a troantiror, ele.
CAUSE OF- ARREST
Tho "eternal tiianjjlo" is the ontixo
of the iiiciiicorution of (looie V.
lliiffKf Inwjor ooniieeted with the
Jiullock Mercantile Akoiiov who was
nrrestod on a warrant from .luslico
of the I'eace fllomi 0. Ta viol's comt
this moriiiiifr, olihrpini; a nntutor
offence. The complaint was made li
.1. A. Kilhurii nftho Central Point
djsttiut. Olriutis in hold in tho oil
jail. W. K. I'hipps has boon io
t tuned as his attorney. An of foil is
heuiK made to seouio his release on
bond. Tho preliuiiuarv lieimiH;
will ho held tomorrow. JIiijjks nUh
arrested in a room in a local hotel.
0. II, Pierre mnkc,
"I will glvo sixty days In ono yonr,
ImKlnnlnjt AtiKitxt 1st, 1015. nt hard
labor, as follow : f'
'"Flfteon dnye to build the nuto
truck ronil to the Hlne Letlpo-on con-
illtlon of n certain amount of tonnapo
In a ieaonublo time sliall hu hauled
over fluid road; ,
"I'lrteon iln.s nt hnrd lalior to oiw.
tahllsh an nileriunto iiyHtcm of Irrl
nntlon for thirty thottnantl acres with
Promptly Jit 8 o'clock Sundn) ovon
Iiik, July II. In tho nioxorcuco of tho
liumeillate ioIuIIvoh of tho family,
Minn Itosu Xenlon hcrauio tho lirlilo
of Mr. ChnrloH Wulilon Sko. Itov. I.
1.. SlmniiH of tho llaptlM cliureh. per
rormiiiK the cornmony.
Tho hrlilo wore n rhnriuliiK own
of whlto mitlii chnrmoiiHo and ehriled
a heipiot of whlto lirlilo tohom.
MIhh Mario Noulon nnd Mr. Km
liieti Noalon, slntur and hrothur of tho
hrlile, were tho nttoiuluiitH. Immeill
atel) follow Iiik (ho ceremony a lioun
1 1 r ti 1 rupant wait nerved.
Later In tho evening a rei'e)lton
wan Klon tliulr many nt which tho
hu rouplo worn sliowerod with
coiiKratulallonH and kooiI wUIich.
Tho bride U tho duiiKhtor of Mr.
nnd Mrs. 8. M. Noalon, nnd a native,
of Tnblo Ilock, whore nlio Iihh grown
to womnnhood. Hho Iihh luiiiclit for
olK'ltl yvain In tho puhllo siliooU of
Jiioktioii count) where nho I urn mndo
many wnrm frlemln nmoiiK both iart
ent ami iiuplln.
Tho t;room U the xon of Mr. mid
Mm. 1). D. Hagu who formerly reslil.
si In Tnblo Hock, hut now mako tholr
home In Dllloy, Oio. Mr. Sago Ih a
vouiik man of oxcollunt hlealn, and
one who has won tho lonpeol of hU
iniiiiy admlrerx for IiIh Htorlnu uuall
tles Mi and Mrs. Suko uro now
DpoudliiK tholr lionoyiuooii nt tho
Orator l.ako Nutlonal Park. Upon
tholr ititurn thoy will latt a few days
with Mr. Sago's parenU nt Ollloy, ho
foro leaving for Montuna, whoro thoj
will make tholr future homo.
In rcusonablo time;
"l'Mftccn dny nt hard labor to oa
tabllHh a paw mill nt Mcdford with
certain capacity and in reasonable
1 1 mo; nnd
"Flfloon clays at hnrd luhor to fo
cuio tho Hoot Sugar factory ns talk
ed of In 1910.
"If every able bodied man In tho
count) will do the Maine, tho Krcat
liiilnstiliit and consequent couimerclal
problem will be solved. Kluurlnn
lOOll able bodied men would menu a,
donation of (nt $!! nor day)
000. Would there bo any doubt of , 1
... ... I ?
rupitaliBtft comini; to tne renene witu
a donation of thin sort.
"I)oit tnko Ihl a a Joke or for
stroet kohbIp I mean business. TIiIk
points the mire way 6f roHIiir our
All thu' wits toil or C. i:. Cum. Krnt pioblonm In tho surest nnd
Ikimiii's paludal liome ulter Call , e"tost way. Klthor kIkii up or stop
ineiswa!(l finished his fiendish howling"
M. M. DEPARTMENT STORE
Thursday and Friday to Prepare Stock
for the Big Clean Up.
burning home In his night clothes,
anil thou lomniltted suicide.
Tho tragedy occurioil at three In
the morning. That It had boon care
fully premeditated by Ainoiswald
was Indicated by n letter afterward
'found In his pocket adtlicsseil to tho
I district attorney. .
Itcforo (Irlng tho buildings, tho for
mer gardener cut tho water mains
and killed tho animals. Then when
C'umhorsou and his wlfo woro escap
ing f i oin tho flnmlng building by
menus of a window, AmciHwnld fired
four shots nt tho capitalist from am
bush. One shot struck just above
his honrt, another pierced his should-
JOHN D. VISITS
KKDWOOW CITY, Cal, July in
Within a few hours after Frank Holt,
assailant of .1. P. .Morgan, wns found
ilend In his roll, a strangely similar, or nnd a third grareil his temple.
trngedy was beliiB cmaitod hero by
tho iirsclfa1TrWfTTu1fil6Tir' of a San
With clippings of the Holt cofo In
his pockets, Carl Amoniwulil, a cruod
laborer, sot firs to the house, barn
and garage of C IC Ciimborfon, him' at tho jail from tho effects of poison
Mrs. Cumheriion leapt upon hor hus
band's assailant as Cumberson mi
to tho ground. Help ramo In answer
to the woman's screams nnd tho ills
chargod servant was quickly ovor
poworod. Ho died Just as ho n7rled
CLKYKLAN'I), O.,' July l.!. John
1). Rockefeller m rived today from
Tarrytown, X. Y 'for the Hummer
at Finest Hill, his Clowhuul iesi
di'iico. His tiip, which wns to have
been made prior to his 70th biithday,
July 8, was delayed because of tho
attack hv Frank Holt upon J. 1. Mor
pin, nnd conseipieul fear that ho
might he tho object of a similar out-
nU , race hy n crank.
former omploer btirnliiK them to tho
ground. o also killed throo pedi
greed dogs and a hnrso, attempted
ho hud taken.
Though struck three times by
Aiunrsw aid's bullets. It Is believed
fled lils i Ciiniborson will iccover.
FOR LIBERTY BELL
KI'DKXK, Ore. 1ul IT. With n
pnrado of Civil war w tenuis, school
chlldi on niid patriotic omanlzntlons,
ISugono today obsorvvd Wilson day,
tho celebration centering on tho arri
val of tho l.lborly Hull this afternoon.
AildretwoHworo mado hy Attorney O.
II. Foster and loatuiom from tho
ohuutauipm now In mmwIoii In the
Tho aril vol of the J.rlnuty Hell Is
He was iieeompanlod hv Miss I.uoy
Spclluiau, sister of Mix. Rockefeller,
who died since the last visit of tho
family here, Hookdfcllor appeared
mine worn and feeble than a ear
nyo, hut wax in joial spirits,
Mr. Rockefeller said his stav
would he a "jsood lonjr one."
Tho force of junrds at Finest
Hill has been hcailv increased.
BIG SALE COMING AT
HUTCHISON & LUMSDEN'S
Jul) sines aio tho order of tho day
and ono that promises to crento a
groat deal of Interest und supply tho
people with wearing apparel mid gro-
l.AUKDO. Texas, Jul) 1.' - A prlcorlos will bo tho sale at .Hutchinson
nto toloKiam todn) that Uaoiil i.uiukiioii s wn;clt DogliiH batuiduy,
Mndoro. a Villa couunnn.lor. was hot,J"ly '"' '' reductions will bo
,......,. . , I througlioiit tho ontlro storo of this
throtish tho thigh, but not daiiKoroim-,olll oMllbll80( frm ml ,iron80 t0
ly woiiiiiIhiI, at IcnmnlH, uoar Mou
I'wweimer from Monterey today
Mid In t,oiiio cam tlio botllos of the
dotul from the battlos wont of Mon-
torO) haxo boon piled aboard gondola
to bo heralded b) lh rlugtiiK of bells j cur bf twutm la)orn of ollod wood and
and tho blowing of whittle. Mayor
(toll will present tho officials or the
clt) or j'hllndulphln with n floral of
made of WllluiuMtto valloy (luwor
made o Willamette valloy flowers.
It Is oHtlinnted that 1S.U0O pornous
will lew (be bell In 3u minutes
bo ory uttrnctlvo.
The sale Is In charso of Mr. Craig,
who bus boon so successful in thin
city and on tho const with other sales.
Or forced to sell, but making
Big Reductions for a Tremen
dous Housecleaning. Every
thing in the store goes
Sale Opens Saturday
At 10:00 a. m. BE HERE
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A.?. A A.
Tho MIssoh Florence and Clalro
Johnson will leave In a fow dn)s on
a vaoatlnn to Shasta Retreat.
Charles F. Duuford and Jann M.
l.ogg woie Joined In murrluge by Itov.
W, F Hblolds or tho l'rosb)torlan
church ut the homo of Paul Imminor
or this clt), Wednesday at S p. m.
Mr. Duuford Is 6 cuUon or Jackson
c-ouHty and Iiub a largo ranch near
Jacksonville. Mrs Duuford Is from
Ohl, having resided lu Mud ford hut
it ithoit tlmo. Thoy will live on tho
farm wkro Mr Duuford has pro-
pard iVr liW T)rlilo. Tho frlendn or
lth ild "W'1 room wish for both
It hHf HHd kuppy wedded life.
RED BOOK ON ITALY
IIKIIMX. ,1n! l hv wiiele- L.
S tlio. Among the now item-.
piopHicd h ihe t)orsenn Niw
Ajieiu v todin for tvnnmiMni
iilnoad b wiiclohM teltigniph.v, wu
"The Aiitr-liiHjrriHn (rvin
nunit link puhhhil tod hook dul
iiyc with tlip ))iiniifHUieii of lUtl)
for wur. It khow- tlmt tlio Italimi
govemmout lvceiwd invorrvct infoi
matiou from it" diplumntJi, who tin
durMtiiHtittfi lh iueMMrudiu of
Austro- The dociiuioiith Uftvo to do
Aith tho er, 11)00 until 1011 nd
leave proof that the ulletied xioklion
of the triilc allutnee w H)rovd
h I tnl."
ACTO hUUVICIC IMIOM 1U(JIH
POINT TO MKIIP'OIUI AMI llAOIl
Tho undersluuwl will lonvo Frank
Lewis' oonectlouory ovory Any w
copt Sunday for Mail ford with Ida
auto at 1 o'olock l. m.. arriving at 2
p. ui. I.onvo NaiiIi hotel. MmUord. at
S p, in, arrive at Kli I'olut ut C
p. m. A pail of till truffle Is solicit
ed. -Si i,JA4r,N,SM'
M E DA LS
Jan, Francisco 1913
OILS 6 GREASES
The Exposition iuty found Zerolene Urn in kihi't- .
Ciium ethVienc), Red Ctown, tirt in lartwrvt ag
ijiulinoi, in purity and timfornuty. A utoi mr
Standard ptinlucts nude ftom Califunna uuuVv,
in competition with other eisolmo and autuiao- '
Standard Oil Company
Every Man and
IN THIS VALLEY
To Read Pages 4 and 5
IN THIS PAPER
This Is Plain Talk,Plain Facts
Pages 4 and 5 means something to every man,
woman and child in Southern Oregon