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OLMWOX, FRIDAY, .TANlTA"RY 7, 1010
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D. C. Trlsbcc, of Hilt. California,
Ih a vlnltor In Mcdford and Biirrouud
Uvg country tills week.
.At the public market Saturday,
qrk, veal and country Bausayo in
Booth 3. Vv ,M. Petri. S4G
A pollco and fire alarm call box
Jbas been Installed at the corner of
Wain Btrcot and Ilivcrsldo avenue,
Klcctriclan Ulnninu completing the
work this morning.
Madam Davenport renowned palm
ist and clairvoyant Colonial AptB.
.1. I). Miller, of sillier, Montana,
was among thoso who looked over
contra! Jloguo river valley this week.
A. Rutherford, of Dovll'tt Kork,
Xortli Dakota, 1b In Medford today,
making careful Inquiry concerning
Ilogtiu river valley and its chief pro
ducts. Mm. Leach, Abdo-Support Darcloy
surgical corsot. 32G N. Dnrtlctt.
K. H. IMfi-noii, of MlmioapollH,
Montana, Is a visitor In this city ami
vicinity this week, llu uiude a care
ful .examination of exhibits of tho
products of this valley ns shown at
the Commercial club and acquired a
deal of Information concerning the
Htitto Falls Wood yard Phono 48
or 223. Wood all kinds. 2G7
J, II. Shipper, of Jacksonville,
riorldu. Is in tho valley this week,
with headquarters In this city. He
In interested in definite Information
concerning many of tho resources of
this valley and tho surrounding
Vote for Martin McDonough for
city rccordor. 2 IS
1 W. Williams nnd Vorna Olison,
of Newell, Iowa, aru vlnltor In this
city this week. While hero they
made a careful examination of fruit
vegetables and grain displays at the
When better Insurance Is sold
Holmes, tho Insurance Man, will sell
An agricultural paper of tho north
west published n statement last week
that the full and winter plowing In
Itogue river valley tins been finished
nnd that grain is looking fine. What
grain was sown on Irrigated' land Is
looking fine nnd promises cxcollenl
growth this winter, despite the Miort
ugo of rainfall, but that which was
sowu on dry laud without Irrigation
shows an Indifferent stand and lack
of plant food. There is nn abund
ance of plant food in the soil for it,
hut there hasn't been sufficient rain
fall (o release it so the plant may
use It, Kail and wntor plowing has
been much retarded and dlsconruged
by rcavon of the packed condition of
tho toll and tho absence of moisture.
Less than fifty percent of tho area
that would hao been plowed, had
tho soil beon In fit condition, has
been touched. The result will show
In this year's hunost.
257a oft on Kodaks at Weston's
A Portland commission house has
written to tho Commercial club In
this city for Information concerning
poultry in this valley ami the naiuea
of those who aru shipping to outside
markets. The demand Is good
and promises to become more so.
Home made plo with whipped
iruain, Be Saturday. The Poppery.
W. W. Klalslg, of Alhambra, Cal
ifornia, Is doing business in this city
Now Is tho tlnio to liavn your furs
repaired; prices reduced. V. W. Dart
lett, 31S K. Main st.
Irwin Ilolili, of Central Point, did
huslnt'M In the valley metiopolls to
day. Vote for Martin McDonough for
city recorder. 2 IS
(no. P. Mints, of Seven Oaks, was
a business visitor In Medford toila
Hkevgaard DoiiinarkV Createst
Violinist, and New York Metropoli
tan Co. at the Nutaturlum Jan II
Adlmlsslou CUu. Tickets on sale at
Tho Cpll Women's chili will
meet Suturdnj afternoon with Mrs
PuebliM, GUI Dakota avMiiuu.
J. O. Qcrklug, the best all around
photusnipher in southern Oregon.
Always reliable. NuUve made uin-
where, time or place. Studio Jis
MhIii St. Phone 3X0-J.
B. J. Ill ltuu. of W'umt, California,
l a Uojuo rher valley vUltor this
wt'uk, with headquarters In thu city.
Hut lunches Mt the Peppon
Komeieber th poulii) sIiom meet
ing a the public market tomorrow
aflenmpn at t n'cteok.
Weston Caiuora Sliop for first Utn
Kodak Uiilifclug and Kodak mppllM.
Mrs. Jane K Welch, Uo wt-ai to
Portland last week to attend the fun
eral of her brother, Ueo. K. UrUbam.
returned to her home lu this iity jm
Sperla) pnees oil nngrava garde,
new and from old uUtea tor a few
days ut the Medford Priatlnw C.
Why Tolerate Catarrh?
oiilmriiritii-nl.iio doultathat an
cold .iggia.iuh n.i.sal tularin, ami lite
llo n( miKixiN jutui" jou that such
objectionable matter mild lunl lodg
ment in )ottr liu.nl. Tu ignore this,
cuhurh when the t.ild .sulfides is
wrong bet-ante it toiiiimics to slowjj
iiijuie Hit- delicate linings of lite nasil
Iumujoi and ilog tin in up.
To coruit (atairh, cleanse the nov
ltil frt'iiientl) with a solution ot warm
water and alt, nuert nuk-Iiiiu on ic
tiring and take a kpoonfu! ol Scott's
Kimilsioii after nuuls for one mouth.
Scott's acts thiough the blood to feed
the tissues and toutains MKKluttg
jlycurine to cliwk the inllamitutioii
tlld Jl'l till' -rltMtn. tnrmUuiU.
Sitt's U phasiut tu uki'.
boon ft. Kmtic UluwiutidJ. N J. t-j,
troo mth 'io ciansii'v.
J.QHT-AmomobHt. rug WJtWtaft
on Kin' lillitv r Qakdale,
Itetiirn tu Mall Tribui mjm! rwlv
suitable ieard. SIT
of All Kln.lh
Miss Luelln Jamleson, of Oakland,
Oregon, who has been visiting with
friends and former schoolmates In
this city for A month, will return to
her homo tomorrow.
Wanted, by quiet couple, sunny
room for light housekeeping. Address
Uox 11, Mall Tribune. 210
It. II, Trcnwnll, who has been visit
ing with relatives at Talent for three
wwjks, will return to his homo In
Oicndalo, California, early next week.
Mr. Trenwall is a Mcdford visitor to
day. He la greatly pleased with the
appearance of our valley nnd, al
though ho came merely on a personal
visit, he says he has partially made
arrangements to return to this valley
to reside. Land In tho Los Angeles
country Is too high for the average
homo seeker, he says; and It Is his
desire to get back to the soil,
M, Purdln, Lawyer, Itoom 40G M.
F. & II. Illdg.
.Jauios A. Watts, of the Cold Hill
district. Is In this city today purchas
ing farm Implements for his new
Place In tho Willow Springs district,
Plorco the Florist for flowers.
Dr. Uellusk, the new head of tho
department of education In the l'ul
verslty of Oregon, will lecture at the
high school building tonight nt 7:30.
His subject will be "The Health of
the Child In School. " On Saturday
Dr. Dellusk will deliver a lecture be
fore the quarterlv meeting of the
Schoolmasters' club in this city on
tho subject "Causes of Retardation. "
Dr. DelJusk is a noted educator and
his lectures are very popular whore
over heard or read. He will provo
to be a forcible speaker and a val
uable entertainer with Instructive
data In both of these lectin en In this
city. School patrons especially
should hear him.
Smoke n King Spitz cigar, fie.
They are home-made. tf
Mrs. !'. A. KltlrldKO nnd mother
and Miss Mabel Mears left yesterdav
for Klamath Kails for an extcudc I
Drs. A. It. and Louise Hedges, ch'
ropractlc physicians, Stewart build
ing, 235 Knst Main St.
The first basketball games of the
season will bo held In Med fold next
Thursdny and Saturday between the
Klamath KiiIIh teams and the Med
ford teams. Tho girls' gnmo will bo
the curtain raiser for both evenings.
Hot tnmales at Shasta.
Tho county court, which bus beon
In session the greater part of this
week, will probably conclude the
business of this period early next
week. It has completed tho selection
of the 200 Jurors for the year. Tho
list of imnivK selected will be avail
able for publication on Monday. It
has yet to appoint road supervisors
and the Judges and clerks of election.
Plorco the Florist, Phono 37-1.
Typewriter paper at (he Medford
Printing Co. All grades.
Will be at public market Saturday
with boven dressed pigs. O. S. Welch
I'M Ashbaugh and Mr. Altschuler,
both onterpilslng knights ut the sanu
pie case, aru Industriously selling ci
gars, In (his city today They came
from Portland to open the new year's
business in a good town. Loulo
Colin, of Portland, Ih here also. They
all speak of Medford as a good bus
iness renter and arc delighted to
spend two or three days hero as often
Insuro your iuito in tho Alllauco
against theft. lire. O. Y. Tcugwald.
Owing tu the scarcity of live poul
try Medford Poultry & Kgg Co., are
offorlng 1 3c per pound for heavy
lions; tie per pound for light lions;
13c pur pound for young roosters.
All other kinds higher. 24 7
Hon Way man Is In the cltv today
from Fort Klamath Ho will remain
until his sister arrives from Taco
ma, Washington. hiiiI the two will re
turn to the Fort (needier.
(late sells Ford cars, $200 down
and J'.Ti a mouth
Pern WiKUlmau. of diantH I'.ikh. Ik
a liusitieKH IMtor in Medford tills
week and max conclude to remain
The receipts nt the Medford post
oflce for the month of December,
IJil I, aggregated J3I0C.3O. For the
month of December, 1915, the total
receipts were $3317.54, showing an
Increase of $151.21. This, to bo
sure, Is a small Increase, but, com
pared with actual decreases In many
postofflcos this yunr, It may be used
to Indicate an upward tendency In
this peculiarly unfailing business
Plorco tho Florist for flowers.
Typewriter paper of all kinds and
grndos at the , Medford Printing Co.
.Josephine codnty will Insist on hav
ing a county agricultural agent. It
has prepared to certify to tho state
In the sum of $1250. The stnte will
add a similar sun. The total will bo
$2500 with which to pay nn agent
for expert service In the orchards anil
vineyards of that county. He will
also devote attention to crops and
soils of all kinds.
Wanted to buy, two year old stock
steers. How ninny have you? Phone
K. .1. Stewart, Mcdford.
Oame Wardens Drlscoll nnd Walk
er arc In tho city today on official
Oood dry wood $1.50 tlor deliv
ered. Call W. W. Fresto, 370-K. tf
Judge Win. M. Colvlg, tax agent of
the Southern Pacific, wAs renewing
acquaintances in Mcdford Friday. Ho
Is traveling with his stenographer,
whom he wishes It understood, is n
Pierce tho Florist. Phono 374.
A. J. Vernon, of Cold Hill, Is In
Medford today on business and will
leave tonight for Yreka, California,
where business will detain hlin a
Try n King Spitz cigar nnd en
couragn homo industry. tf
Mrs. A. It. Hanson, who has been
visiting friends in Salem for a month,
arlrvcd home last night.
Bee Dave Wood atraut that fire In
surance policy. Office Mail Tribune
Get your engrnved cards from tho
Mcdrord Printing Co.
Typewriter papers of all kinds nt
the Mcdford Printing Co.
Homer Davis will leave tomorrow
for Sacramento valley having sold
his team and wagon nt Ilu'tte Falls.
Ho will bo absent six months.
Conconntil kisses 20c per lb. at the
j DAY IN CONGRESS
I MSKOUIii:, (Hl.i., J.in.7. Two
hundred and l'il"t pn-cngers on the
'Missouri, Kiiimnt & Texas milrnnd'tt
ll'nst train, the Texas Hpeciul, from
St. I. tn (inlvoMtfiii. i-Miniedluut took no union on
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nommatiuii ot u. '
LONDON, Jan 7. -The sinking of ,U'tith and i-orioiw injury between Ok
a Ilrltlsh submarine off the coast of ' m nd Itoiitjutvillc, Okln., today
Holland was officially announced this 'when tln nil-steel train, mnkinu- ut
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- " l""U uiiit'i lull lite mil?, nun ii.
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mu ouuiiiiiiiiiv, uiv uumi- ui nuii-n in , plunged lnit the llllell beetle (IK
not given, was sunk yesterday off J vi-jlit of wnv. Not a member of the
the Island of Texel, the largost and cri!tt. ,. ,,im.enaer wn uriou-d ,
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WASHINGTON', Jan. 7. -Senate:
Met at noon.
Hill amending Inw to prevent di
iloHtires of national defence coorot
introduced by Senator Overman.
Senator Hitchcock introduced reso
lution cnllinjf upon po-lmurdor-gen-ernl
for information with regard to
interference with American maiN.
Foreign relation committee met,!
Hotelier us -Mexican nmliitssudor.
Suspension of tin ill' provision freo
li-ium; sugar Mn.v 1 proposed in reso
lution introduced by Senator llroits
sard. Houe: Met at noon.
Hour Adininil Stanford ennliniied
lo.stiniiui.v before nnval committee.
Foreign relulions committee agreed
to consider next Friday proposed leg.
islnlion to icgulate waterpower at N.
Kepreontalive Uaidner in speech
opposed enilmrgo on war muuitions.
Hoprc-enlalive Kent introduced bill
Io create ifafioiiat park hcrvice ttu
iler interior detnirtiiient.
group. Tito entire crew numbered 33,
nnd was rescucu by tne Dutch cruis
er Noord Hrnbant nnd was brought
into tho Dutch port of Holder.
turned coaches were bndl.v frightened
uud shaken up.
The four Pullmans nnd two eom-
bination coaches which were derailed
(plowed a ditch four feet deep in the
roadbed before cup-i.tng' nnd dis
placing ,iuou tie-,
HKIILIN, Jan 7, by wireless. j
Tho dogs of the army hospital ser-1
vice have had a hospital provided
for them in Jena, and already a num
ber of dog patients have been treat
ed there for wounds and various all-1
ments. The hospital was built by
OF PETTY IIVERY
The police department urreted last
night and today Frank Heed, Charley
Nelson and Will Larson, who have
been living in a shack on Orange
street, charged with petty thievery.
Heed wag arrested last night just af
ter he had sold a revolver that had
So far during tho war the dogs jf jbeen stolen from a local slaughter
o sorvlco have rescued at least 3000 !,(,., Ht Sunday, ulong with othei
wounded soldiers who
would have perished
Hear This In Mind
"1 consider Chamberlain's Cough
Itemcdy by fnr the best mcdiclno in
tho market for colds and croup,"
says Mrs. Albert Hlosscr, Lima, Ohio
Many other nro of tho sauio opinion.
nruoies ol small vaiue.
These young men have been under
police surveillance for Mime time, two
of them particularly. One of tho
prisoners bus talked somewhat free
ly today and it may be that the pre
liminary hearing will bo deferred till
tomorrow to give the voting man a
chance to tell more ubout their oper-
utiniis here nnd eUewhere
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AFTER INVENTORY SALE
OUR INVENTORY FINDS OUR STOCK ENTIRELY TOO LARGE IN MANY LINES. THESE MUST BE REDUCED AT ANY SACRIFICE. THE COMPLETE LINES WILL BE
PLACED ON SALE AT A TREMENDOUS REDUCTI0N-N0T ONLY ODDS AND ENDS, YOU KNOW FROM OUR PREVIOUS SALES WHEN WE ADVERTISE A SALE IT IS A
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Tailored Suits Millinery Clearance
Your unrest ricted rhoiei' of tin fiitiro line of Tail
ored Suits, many in cadi size to choose from.
Tailored Suits, values to $-!f.U0, now $19.50
Tailored Suits, values to ijttT.OO, now $17.50
Tailored Suits, values to 27.f)0, now $12.50
Tailored Suits, values to .l).(K), now $ 9.75
One rack of 24 Tailored Suits in Broadcloths, Mens
wear Sorgo, Choviots and Mixtures, real values to
$35.00, sizes 34 to 40 quick clearance $G.50
Final Clearance All Coats
Values to $!.").IK), now; iil.").00. Your unrestricted choice of the bal
ance of our Winter Coats, in velvet cords, corduroys, plushes and
handsome mixtures, real values to .f.'KUK), final clearance.. ..$15. 00
Other equally as great values at $G.50 and $11.95
All Children's Coats at tremendous reductions.
T ' li.l
Our inventory absorbed the loss in all trimmed hats,
now we can priee them to you at a ridiculous figure
to dear the cases.
One lot of :i(5 Trimmed Hats, real values up to tH.oO,
Your unrestricted choice of the entire line, values to
$t7.o0, clearance $4.9S
Vntrinimed Shapes, real values to $:.f)0, all velvets, cloarauce..98
ruli'imnied Shapes, values to $(i.u0, clearance $1.98
Children's Mats, in plush, velvet, velour and felt, corduroys, real
values to ifo.oO, clearance .'. 98
to One-Half Off
You nurv choose from this handsome stock of
at prices i;, to I . less than regular.
at Clearance Prices
WASH DRESSES $1.19
A tremendous stock of Wash
Dresses in good quality percale
and the best made wash dress on
the market, all sizes H! to !!,
light ami dark colors; also .iunior
Dresses, real values up to$:M)U
WASH DRESSES $1.98
A splendid line of Wash Dresses
percales, gingnams, linens,
at . ..
etc., till sixes in this lot, l(i to !!,
light and dark colors, rt'al values
to $S.oU, Clearance $1.9S
Armor Plate Worsted Foot Hose,
ribbed, regular oUe value, special
Ladies' Fine Cashmere Hose, reg
ular 7.V value, special
All Sweaters, roughnecks, V-
necks. regular values to $SSX,
One lot of Sweaters,
make, in cardinal, grey, green
and combination, Clearance price
'.iidies' Fleece Lined I'liion Suits
MOq a lH.,l fitting garment, value 7f
Ladiivs' Fine Ribbed Tnion Suit.
iSc t wo weights, $1.,J3, special... 9S?
DRESS SKIRTS $2.95
One rack of Dress Skirts, exactly
!S. in serges, poplins, etc, Clear
Other Dros Skirts, priced at
$.9S, $5.95 and $6.9S
BIG SAVINGS ON ALL
Ladies' very fine qualitv Silk
and Australian Wool rninii NuiU
all si.s up to M, values :j.,-)0 and
:'l, S1""'J1 $2.75
Dent's Street Gloves
Denfs Real Kid Gloves.