Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, December 24, 1915, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE TEN, Image 10

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UftEDFORD MTTTTJ TRIBUNE. MEDFORD, PRECOX, FRIDAY, DECEMBER H TDI5
OBREGON DELAYS
ENTRY 10
JUAREZ
AWAITING
OS
t, EL rASO, Tex., Dec. 2-J. Silvcitrc
-. Terrains, former bccretnry of stnto
L4' or Cliiluinhua imtlcr tho Villa pov-
rnnncnt. wns in nomiiinl olmrgc of
territory recently surrendered to the
1o fncto Mcilcnn f-ovcrninenl by Villn
followers today. He succeeded Colo
nel Flnrfano Pnllzn ns commnndcr at
.lunrer. when Pnliia iled across tlin
border after a demonstration by sol
diers Inst nisht when they failed lo
reeoivc their wages in silver and vcie
offered currency of the do facto gov
ernment instead.
TerrntflR is the third former Villn
lender to assume churgo at Juarez
within twenty-four hours, General
Manuel Ochoa having crossed to Kl
I'uso yesterday when friends of Fidel
Aviln, fonner governor, nnd Qenernl
Vietorinno Avila, who ho had arrest
ed, threatened reprisals.
Juarez was quiet. Qenernl Alvaro
Ohregon, military chief of the de
fncto government, remained in Kl
Vniio, awaiting, it yviw said, tho or
rivnl of ndditionnl forces beforo en
tering Mexico at this jioiitt. Nothing
concerning Urn movements ot uenerni
lYimctaco Villa was known here
Oqorgfl Cf Carothers, representing
the Ameiicnn state department, made
reprcrientnlion9 to flenernl Oltregon
concerning American employes of the
Hearst ranch, who arc said to bo
prisoner of tho Villn forccK there. IIo
is upd,cwtood to have uiged thnt a
military force be sent from Chihua
hua City to effect their release.
HAM GIVEN AT
ANDERSON SCHOOL
OR CAR PRICES
T
DROPPING STEADILY
AS
r-
CARS
IMPROVE
Tho steady downward trend in the
prices of popular mulccs of automo
biles has been a feature which virtu
ally every motorist has commented on
this season. That this drop has not
been accompanied by any fulling off
in quality of the cars lias been estab
lished beyond question by tho satis
factory vny in which the new models
have performed for their owners all
over the country. Generally the 101(1
cnrJ nie in looks and ubility tlio su
periors of the rflieicnt models which
featured Inst senson.
Prominent in the list of moderate
priced ear reductions this yenr is the
Maxwell, which lust seuson produced
a revolutionary quantity of $700
touring cars. This yenr the company
has reduced tho list price to ."pOjD nnd
lias mndo this figure cover a car
.completely equipped with electric
lighlu, elcetno starter, demountable
rims, one-man iyw top, sjiecdoinctor
and dash-adjusting caiiiurctor, as
well as over-size (ires.
The new Jfaxwells, declares "Pay
as You Hide" Power of tho Powell
Auto Co., locnl Maxwell distributors,
have' aliYndy eclipsed thn feats of the
fonner model which was itself u
champion mountain climber and a
most efficient typo of nutomobile.
Long trips have been recorded in
which owners averaged better than
30 miles to it gallon of gasoline and
1000 miles or more to tho nunri of
lubricating oil. The car is better fin
ished and larger than last year.
COURT HOUS
E
NEW
Reported by Jackion Cooaty Ab
tract Co., ilith and Mr IU.
Tho fallowing program was glvvn
by Ihrt Anderson Creek school of
West Talent, Thursday evening:
Song, Jlnglo Hells, school.
Violin nolo, Mies Oortruclo Shoults,
accompanied by Miss King.
Hccitailon, A Wish, Mnrlon Motlln.
limitation, Tho llent Day, Jnmeii
IllnRliaiii. '
Hccllntlon, I Wonder, lllchnrd To-
in.
Hong, Crndln Hymn, Kmcstlno
l'lury.
School noug, Waddling Thru tho
Snow. ' -
Itecltutlon, A Possibility, Milan
IlurnvtU
DlaloRiio, Walling Up for Santa
C'lutiB, Ohio and Mildred Urlntow.
Js'owapupcr, Ulvlno l'lury" and Pearl
Stump. y)
Recitation, Krnentlno Flury.
Itecltutlon, Snnfu Claua and tho
Motuo, Mottle Tur'per,
Song by primaries, Where Do All
tho Daisies CoT
limitation, A Stitch In Time, Mil
dred Orlstow, '
Itecltutlon, Father's Xmas Dox,
Pearl Stump.
Christmas acrostics. t I
Song, Uooby,
Itecltutlon. U reedy Hilly Green, HI
yliifl Flury.
KiMltatlon, Tho Dead Tussy Cut,
Italph Lunt,
IteclUtlon, Vnllta Ilurnett.
Dialogue, Six Little Ksklmoi.
Mediation, Annto and Willie's
Prayer, Josephine Flury.
Dluloguu and song,, Tho Dancing
llenrs.
Vocal duet, Klvlnn and Josephlno
Flury, Poail Stump and Miss Shoults,
Dialogue, The Xmas Sprlto.
Pantonine, My Faith Looks Up to
Thee, Pearl Stump, Klvlne and Jos
ephlno Flury,
Violin solo, Angel Serenade, Mtss
Shoutls,
Tableaux.
Snot Onus song, and arrival of
Santa Claim,
Circuit
II, M. McKnrlaml vs. Henry Hum
phrey, et Al, order confirming sale.
Col.-Oregon Power Co. vs. II. O.
Honnoy, sheriff's return of service.
A. L. Carter vs. Irene (iuriln,
et al, return of summons.
Geo. W. Kcnnurd vs. Kmmn J.
Walker, confirmation of salo.
Stato of Oregon vs, Frank Murphy,
It, W. Smith, transcript J. O. Alert
ford (list.
Hrst Nat. Hank of Ashland vs. C.
L. Cunningham, It. L. Hurdle, action
at law to iccovcr money.
lYoltatn
l.'ilntd of J. 1). Parker, order set
ting nsldo real property; leport ot ad.
mlntstiator.
Hen) IXnlo Tnnisforji
W. A. Messncr et ux to Mia. I
Clara Hell Snvarly, lots on
Jftckson St., Medford 10.00
II. 8. Wobb, et ux to Currlo C.
Curnuhan, lot In hlk 11 Mod
ford, q C I)
John Column Hayes to Hutler
& Thompson Co., lots In
White's Add, Ashland
Charllo C. Garfield to C. H.
Garfield, land Jn 1 0-37-1 W 10.00
5.00
10.00
The Night Noi?e
PRESIDENT
0
XMAS GIF
T
STONGHT
HOT PPni.N'GS, V.i., Dee '21 All
rbrihtmus pieeiits addietned to
Prvsident Wilton here pushed tod.i
into the $ufo keeping of hi wile, to
bo withheld by Iter until tonight, when
tho package will be opouoil. The
lmokages nddtwV'1 to J,Ps "',0
wojo taken in charge bj the prow-
dent .
Among tho prcjaident'i. gilt, me two
from hts grundchildren, Lllen WiUon
AlcAdoo nnd Francis Wootlrow Mire.
Whether tho piVpidciitaud hm vilv
will parttciputvjn tho Christina cole
bwtiop to bo given tonight in the ho
tel wnw the chief topic dwcitskcd to
day in Hot Springs.
(Pen Ijimpmnn in Gold Hill News.)
Theio vns a heion that Hew by
nlht, nnd 'waughl" and "akl" said
she; she lit on a snag at candle light
and cried her cry of a soul bedight
with weeds bv the sounding sea, Over
the surge n swaying gleam of mmuo
shin'a lights went by the gtvuUbinl
roused as a man from divam, and
voiced her eerio crv, There slept u
tramp, 'neath the faded goivc, who
woke in it tenoiod sweat for tho
crv rung out as a graveless oone
that alks the wet tiiuuN yet.
Theiv was a heion that Hew by
night, whose note was a strangled
nciviimi the boulders bliilvd as u
mate in fright, when red und wolid
with roaring light the stable windows
gleam. Illue was the bud, and plum
ed ns she who Ming by Kgypt'u strewn
-- her cry smoto back from lir to sea
as madmen writhe in dieiun, There
slept n child, in the hontmnuV hut,
who woke with u I'oorvd slnrt s nl
a lix-oni liihs kiing low to hut cold
dread Iroiu that wee Heart,
Thete was a heion that Hew by
night, and "ivhurIi!" unit "awk" .she
cried", xlio lit on a snag ut candle
light, when far and cold and spirit
bright, the star-1 oik walked o'erheud.
Her ory mug back thtoiigh u thoiio
and cmu to h mnrgc of reedy nuh
it (.mote the night with namelotis
l'eaiti, and died in feat fill luuli. The
tramn fled oa thmuiih the shatd nud
klmdo whilo terror ttod bin traok
but low nud dear ang tho liMom
maid who blesod the boutmau'b
shack.
With Medford trade u Medford uudo.
"tvl
SAFE AND STRONG
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Medford
National Bank
MEDFORD, OREGON
V
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Submits a few facts and figures to
show its Present
SOLIDITY AND STRENGTH
Loans, Bonds and Securities $422,246.85
Capital, Surplus and Profits 1 38,708. 1 2
Deposits. .... 483,538.73
Cash and Exchange on Hand 21 9,032.3 1
Cash Borrowed - - - NONE
Cash Reserve 43 Per Cent of Deposits
C; We extend our hearty Xiiras Greetings and Thanks
to all our true and tried'Old Friends, and-invite Ne'W k
Friends and Depositors to deal with a Bank that is
r
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FIRM , AS A ROCK
,H and yhich always renders 10ty Per Cent of
. Faithful bervice
WM. H. GORE iJur ;:
President .'-",
JOHN S. ORTII
Cashier
Our Prices
Vi-gal. Tea Garden Syrup 50c
I gal. Tea Garden Syrup 85c
5-lu. can Karo Syrup 33c
10-lb. can Karo Syrup 63c
Crystal White Soap, doz 45c
? nnioc Rn :wAp.theart Soao 5c
Star Naptha Washing Powder,
25c size
.19c
Citrus Washing Powder, 25c slze..20c
Gloss Starch, 2 pkgs. 5o
Cornstarch, 2 pkgs 15c
Spring Clothes Pins, doz 05c
Large Roll Toilet Paper 05c
Rnu.il Rnklnn Pnwder. lb .. 43o
IIVMI IIIH -- M
K. C. Baking Powder, Z5c size-w
I lb. Hersey's Cocoa 29o
ij lb. Herseys Baking Chocolate J 9c
Ground Chocolate, lb. 30c
i. Ih. Linton's Tea 33c
' " . . ' o-
wc
,.37c
.6J4c
.- 8c
-6KC
20c
9c
!5c
,..70c
I Ih. Linton's Tea ..
50c Bulk Tea, per lb...
Japan Rice, per lb
Head Rice, per lb
Macaroni, per lb. ..
Bulk Cocoanut, per lb
Bulk Crackers, per lb
Holly Milk, 2 cans
Yeloban Milk, doz
3 nkas. Crackers and Cookies,
10c size 35c
Soft Shell Walnuts, 2 lbs., 35c
. auc
35c
15c
35c
Cornmeal. sack
Rolled Oats, sack
2 1 0c sacks Salt. .
2 25c sacks Salt.
Lemons, doz.
Oranges, doz.
Comb Honey
'A boxes Matches
Codfish, lb.
Shrimp, can
W
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Merry Christmas
to Everybody
WATERS'
Paint and Wall Paper Store
After January
First 1916
Write at once for our new free catalog in which are plainly
listed and priced the best nnd best known quality
brands of liquors. You will und this method
of buying by mail trom-wholesaler-to-con
umer most economical ana satisiactory.
All order will be filled in exact conformity with tho
new law. now inu law buccis you in hi appnea.
tion it et forth concicly in our catalog. Wo
suarantee our coodi and prompt acrvice. We
cannot advertiM alter January in. therelore vriu
be unable to communicate witn you unlet you
Get your, name on
oiirjnaiIii$ list now
Write for our prScei on OLD TAYLOR, yellow label, bottled in
bond. You will be turprited.
JULIUS LEVIN COMPANY ffi!&ffl5Z
Lai (Ml Y,1.o!mJ Liquor DaUrt Vul 4 dicqo
II
aa'Aam
LOR
111
VLW
.20c
.....25c
I2d
JOc
Jlc
.lie
Canned Peas. doz.
Canned Sugar Corn, doz
$1.05
.$1.05
Best Creamery Butter, lb 30c
NO CREDIT
NO DELIVERY
JACKSON COUNTY
SUPPLY CO.
Cut Price Grocers
33 North Grape Street
Another
GREAT BIG DINNER
At
Hotel Medford
Christmas
5 to 9 P.M. One Dollar
Reserve votir seats for
NKNV YEAR'S EVE
And once more
Live the Life
Bargains in
ROSES
200 Three-year-old
Caroline Testout
Hoses for sulo at a bargain
The finest roses In Medford
from tho best rose IiciIro In the city.
Tho Carolina Testout Is a perpet
ual bloomer, large pink rosea and
tho best hedge or street rose for thin
clhnato.
Pierce, the Florist
The IDEAL
XMAS GIFT
Ts something useful and or
namental. A CEDAR
CHEST IS SUCH, or most
anything in the furniture
line- a Rocker, Pedestal,
Smoking Set, ete.
Our special for this Christ
mas is our $8.50 Pacific Ce
dar Chest for $7.00.
Come in and let us show you
our line.
Descriptive circulars for out
of town peoplo free for tho
asking.
PACIFIC FURNITURE &
FIXTURE FACTORY
iiXSkZ. '"'Wi''".' "" .
. ..,,, ,, , prnm itu.
e.Uflly 1,t,htoi.
Ut SUIIT OUTSIDE ROOMS
5o 5tqr Xl aW cucnu B.lUiit.
Rates ," BAY ME fl,M
,Sl4iABAYTWOrERS0IS
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t vuiiVEim n$ "y
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