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StEDFOHT) MATT TRTBFW MEDFOTxD. 01?EHO, A Krm-STUY. M" VY 17, 101(1
I)r. J. M. Keeni'. i-onrti'ilmnn from
tlic Second ward, mid cmwinir roost
on were Uie hendliiie art- at the rcit
iilnr miil-month meeting of tlio oit.v
council TiHi1rv nifflit. All of thr
(xritoiiiunt and opposition va offer
ed by tlio di'iitUt-poUtioinn to a jwti
tion'itiitnfd by fifty-four of the lend
ing residents of the Second wind,
nskinx tlio council to pns an ordin
anco it'KiilHtiiijr the niaintonnncc of
rooiler in coiifddernlile munlicr un
der tin' windows of neighbors wltoe
rest they dituil by crowing from
midnight till morning, making it pos
sible for tho.e so disturbed to coin
plnin ngninl it mid submit evidence
to the authorities as to its character
and the dUtre ptoduccil, thus i
tnbliliing Im' i,,v is nbntemeiit.
Such nn ordinance would not aflcct
the pens of hens maintained or the
presence of roosters so loentod as not
to disturb anybody. The Poultrv as
.sociation Hted on thi' petition fn
vorably. Kerne Champions I tooM .
Dr. Keene first hopped into the
limelight liv his defense of jH'ople
owning rooNtuis. lie maintained that
roosturs were an important coir in the
local economic conditions at prosont,
nnd to restrict their natural procliv
ities would be the same as the city
council takitiK food from "mothers
Dr. Kmmoii expressed surprise nt
the uncovering of a sentimental
streak in his colleague and a rutted
that it was a ipicstiou of business.
Councilman Mann, Citv Attorney Me
("alio and W. V. Watson gnvii teMi
liKiny upon the sleep-killing effect of
a ciow in the earlv morn. Mayor
Kinerick and Councilman Amy testi
fied to the worthlensne of n dog'
bark, the latter favoring the immedi
ate annihilation of all enninos. Pi re
Chief Lawtou arose to say that
crowing would be effectively stoppud
if the owner would place a rubber
lmiid around tlio neck of the rooster.
Finally the council laid the potitiou
of Second ward resident asking lor
an abatement of the nuiiancu upon
the table until the next meeting.
Pierce lllll 'rniiKle.
Dr. Keene ngnin jumped into the
upothght when the payment of the
judgment nwnrded by the ciicuit court
to Mis. V. II. I'ieree for $180.75 eame
up for imyinent. An attachment for
$10 had been filed, ami this was used
as a lHis for the objection to pay
the full amount bv Dr. Keene. Dr.
Kntmons branded his oollongnw' te
tics a those of nn "obstruct Urn ntt."
Ve f th tenn, "iK'ttitnpviiig luw
yer" by Dr. Keenn brought Attorne
McCube to his fet in a warlike at
titude, and he was calmed. The citv
had agreed to jmy Mr. I'ieree $W)
as a settlement of her claim for in
jury. During the Argument Dr. Keene
was the storm center, nnd the entire
council nnd the chief of police tried
to make him understand, without
Wood haulers were ordered to
innk their tnnd at the public mnr
ket, instead of business streets. Mar
ket Master Itunynrd was eniMwered
to patublMi n'free employment ngonttv
at the market and the ordinance, es
tablisltinif a safety xotie and reRulat
ititr street cars and nutos was parsed
under the emergenc-v eaue.
Two Mini II ni'i-iumts, carried for
eight rar-. in the mime of Oth v and
Jtarnebuit:. Mi-ie inilii.il cuii-i-lli'd,
there bemi; ii" i I iniuiiiN.
THE RIDING CONNORS
nndiu'btlv ii.iiih .1. "I! n Luck liideis le
Marvel of the - .vd i-t im
l.lll" Till .11
T'ii Itiir shuxi-
..linn- to Medloid in Mc -'' ilh tb'
flyisw 'jfr,a icyy m t &g fcr
XAMIQIMPA, Chlliualiua. Mexico.
May 17, by wireless to til Paso.
Amorlcan residents of this section of
Moxlco Isivo aumired General .1. J.
Pershing, commander of the punitive
expedition, that tho American troops
havo restored respect on tho part of
the natives for United States sol
diers to a degree, not existing for five
Kor some time Mexican have
sneorod at the fighting ability of the
Americans, tome of them honestly
believing that tho United States sol
diers were afraid to engage any Mex
ican command. Aftor the OJos Axuloa
flKht, however, signs, of the grow
ing respect on the part of tho na
tives became more and more mani
fest. American non-combatants liv
ing In tho vicinity wero treated with
a courtesy which astonished them
and tho like of which thod bad not
experienced for yours.
Theso same Americans, however,
havo openly expreoil their Intention
ot leaving Mexico It tlie troops are r
withdrawn. They bolleva that a na
tive uprising will result Immediately
the protection of the guns Is re
moved. Numerous threats on the
part of Villa and hi lieutenants to
muilsh persons dealliiK- with the
Americans also have rauseil som
Mexican and Chlncne men-hunt- t.
announce that the, too, will follow
the Amerlian rommund from Mi
Ico should it he withdrawn
LINCOLN. Neli.. May 17. William
lennlngs Bryan I not going to the
democratic national convention as sn
alternate from Nebraska, nor as a
delegate from an other state, ac
cording to an announcement made
today. Neither Is Charles W. Uryan,
defeated candidate for tho democratic
gubernatorial nomination In Nebras
ka, planning to run Independently or
as the candidate of another party. Mr.
Hryan's statement, which was made,
he explained, "to correct the delib
erate and mallciow misrepresenta
tion of corporation-controlled im
William 'J. llryntt ha never had
any thought or going to thb demo
cratic national convention a an al
ternate from Nobraska nor as a dele
gate f i om another stale, and Charles
W. Uryan has had no thought ot
running for governor without the
Mrs J. II KimllKh was operated
on Tucsdnv for appcndUItU bv Dr.
How of Central Point Hir londl
Hon I siUMiu ton
The grand Jur I- toda compil
ing Its report on the count offb ea
and their management, but whether
It will be compiled and completed
before the prlman Krida Is a ques
tion. -It ta'Hftt expected that the
report will reveal an thing of a
startling nature, but certain candi
dates allow that It would be poor
taste to release It for public con
ditio lobinon ! sumption Jtist before the ballot bat
Five Indictments were returned by
the Inquisitorial ho.lv Tuesday.
Viola Stone, landlady of the lOlwoud
rooming house nn Main utreet, be
tween Hartlell and Klverslde, and
lane Dee were Indicted upon a
hnrae of conducting a house ot 111
lame. Mra. Stone was recently ar
rested and fined for violation of the
li:ie Noe, ex-marnhal ot Oold Hill,
was Indicted on a barge or stealing
I). II. Mlller'a Kurd, taking It apart
and hiding It tnider the floor of bis
home. Indicted with Noe was Hubert
Smith, whose real n.ime Is William
Davenport. The pair are alleged to
have stolen nearlv everything not
nailed down in the nelehborhood of
W. K. Young was Indicted on a
charge of license by bailee, the spe
cific charge being the tenting or a
rii a, two revolvers and fishing
tackle from the ICwIng gun store and
falling to return them. After an
absence of two years Young returned
to this city and was arrested.
W. II. Duller. llvin In the tiaglo
Point district, was Indicted for ob
structing a public highway, known as
the 'Nlchol Itoundtop road." The
road was established twenty-sl
year ago by the county court, llut
ler built two fences across It. The
circuit court Issued nn order against
their lunlntennnco, and they wero
taken down In the face of the
court order Hutler K nUoKOd to have
put tlio fences back claiming th.it the
road li 1 1 '.O' n
l.unl l Ills'
nfinipioip d nnd the
ALONG ROGUE RIVER
Reported by Jackson County Ah
trsct Co., Sixth and Fir BU.
Rogue River Valley I'anul i
(icneral Investment Co . action at law
William Roberts et ux vs. . U
Watklus et al, suit to quiet title
tiuta vs. Ras Rouse, iruiiHtiipf
from Ashland justice court.
George T. WaUon vs. Ann II Unu
J. W. Abbott, guardianship,
Hon for guardian, i
Martin Y. McCrllll estate order
George A. Keruy and Helen Pcunlx
ton. Henry P. Orove attd Alice Matilda
Harrv Howard and family returned
home fnuu Klamath county lat Sat
urday. They have spent the last ten
A. A. Hull and daughter, Mis
Clurt, of Willamette Talley, are here
for u short tune. .
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Niebardsou of
Central Point were Trail visitor on
Jnsjr Hannah made a business
trip to Mdford the first of the wrok.
Xorman Gage and Ray Whitley and
family an toed to Penit Mondav and
ere the guext of Kxra Whitley and
family for the day. .
A number attended the dance nt
Tleak' Saturday and enjoyed them
ePlves. Among the Medford visitor tki
week were Kdwurd Foster, Llovd
I'r.iuh. Albert and Robert iloC'abe,
Hiri, John-ton, lira, (luge, 1'erry Pon
ler. Mr.and Mr. Juek Houtou, Mr.
and Mr. Wil Houton.
(leorire fry and famiby were Pen
tral Point iitor Kuturdiiv.
The dance at hi I.. Roidtree's cva
well ut tended and a fine tim a(
had lat Katurda night.
Mis4 Goldie kUd.lin of XllaR.
MMtliiS friends and r-lathf tfyi ihiaj
cit yd Grants pu. ' j
lttal l-Shtalo '1'ranfers,
Hrunawlck Investment Co. to
H. B. Orsuel, lots in Kogue
River Valley Orchard Co
Leta M. Chllders et vlr to It.
Klleu Mckeraon et vlr, land
In mc SS-89-2B
SAXnKRS At Salt Lake Clt
Utah, Tuesday. May !',, Frames K.
wife of Oeor&e K Sanders of (irunm
Has, durin an operation for i.incer
Of the IntestliieR AgeJ 4f. Funeral
at Salt Lake Tliuri!a. Mav IS
yv "Hand-work" makes
SfiL. 'Ji M- A' GUNST . CO.
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Every Coid SHoSa
5k Considered Sertons
So .l the liat m-aU'itl authuritn'i
Unl! promptly chackeU oftu tby
Itad to thrtMilL bruni-hial una pal
mon.ry troubls wl.Kh may pru
UU1. If your couch or cold has not re
sponded to treatment and remrmh, r.
medlcin should not le solely rt-IK-
ontlmcly use of B'-kinin' Allera
tlva may Rive ou rll(
Por mun than twenty y.i's It ha
bln tenerttlnit suffarem Jr. m thie
dlsurilera. It ti eipecUHy mUkauU
wacr the trm drani iim. for
it coniainn milium chloral ao toin
blncd u to be ramty uns,li.il4atl h
lb, aaraa porton.
Saf to try. -Urease It coiitulna no
harmful or ablt-firi)uni UuS of
any hort whata..w r
At your drugtiiat
KcIujuju Labujtoturj, VhJiaJ?!fbts
A. SILK WAIST AT $1.99
Wado iH'incipnlly in plain
colors, such as liliic, nilc,
while, rose and pink; soino
of the models are made in Ihn
more fancy styles and are
trimmed wiili pearl buttons
of various sizes.
WHITE AND COLORED
VOILE WAISTS $1.48
Some are made with the new
double frill in front, which is
edited with lace; the collar is
trimmed with soft, enntrast
1111? color, any sixe.
A DRESSY LACE WAIST
AT $3.75 AND $6.50
Made of .shadow or filet laco
over delicate tints.
NOVELTY VOILES 25c, 35c YARD
What thy fashion maga
zines tell you about the
new novelty voiles you
will be able to see with
your own eyes if you
will allow us to show
you these "summery"
materials. A very sheer
quality, some are cord
od, others are striped,
seeded effects, laco
stripes or plaids.
HOUSE DRESSES $1.25
These house dresses are made of ging
hams, percales and other wash fabrics.
The style is plain, but the dress is well
made in every way; some arc fitted
st vies, other elastic band.
SPORT COATS ARE Ilf GREATER DEMAND
These are made in wide wale corduroys in high
colors, such as light blue, rose, mnizo and, of
(011170. white. They are the loose, flaring mod
els with tho new sport collars, belt and the now
sport pockets. I f you desire a coat that will give
you excellent service and look up-to-the-minute,
wo would like you to see these coats.
COLORED CORDUROY COATS $7.50
NEW PARASOLS TOR BUMMffiR
When summer does art in, then milady needs a
parasol. .Visit our parasol section and lot us
show you just what you may purchase for as lit
tle money as two dollars. Then note the others
in prices ranging up to $7.50. Tf there is any
thing that will cause you to exclaim, "Isn't that
odd," these new parasols will certainly do so.
SEPARATE SKIRTS ARE IN GREATER
DEMAND THAN EVER
You will not wonder why when you sec how
many now ideas are brought out in those separ
ate garments. Uolfine in blue of the different
shades, maize, gray, coral and white; then, too,
there are tho ever-popular cheeks, plain colors
and a big range of stripes.
AWNING STRIPE SUITINGS 35c and 50c YD.
These come 30 and 3(i inches wide, particularly
adaptable for making tho now separate skirts,
and also the new sport wash suits. The only
trimmings necessary are largo white pearl but
tons, which you will find at the notion counter.
VOILES AND FLORAL EFFECTS
N COTTON PIECE GOODS,
29c, 35c, 50c THE YARD
AVith tho approaching
warm days of summer
ou will want at least
one or two of those light,
sheer, dresses to slip on
of afternoons, for call
ing or for downtown
wear, such n variety of
both stripes of all
widths and floral patterns.
BUNGALOW APRONS 39c, 48c, 65c
Those are drosses you could not xos
sibly make yourself tor tho money.
Come in neat checks and such a variety
of tho popular stripes, some, slightly
trimmed and made good and full in the
NOTE- Always alert for tho beat to bo had, wo havo just closed contract for tho
agency of tho Pictorial Review Patterns, which you will find in this storo ex
clusively in tho future. Until stock arrives, wo will order thoo patterns special
for you. Pattern Books at the Pattern Dopartmont.
fcossard 1m Why f A
Tity'Lacc n rout
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Tnp'Laco In J'roit
JOHN A. PERL
Stn H. IIAUTIiKTT
rbonea 31. 41 ana 17 J
ItnlitituiirtA Wurvlr firiatr
i7lein Cf!Y?6c MAD&
( Mron 8lfiB II I ,N 1
VUlOTrlEy UW&l.iJ vhedhm)
TO OnDEn $25.00 UP
Also Clcutiiti'j, Prcssinn and Altering
I2fl E. MAIN. UPSTAinS
A TEACHER'S COURSE
li'viewing Aiiii-ri'.-in Literature, Algebra, Coniposi
tion, Aritliiiiciii-, Urography, Civil (inuTimiciit,
(irnmuiar, IliMmv. Orthography, I'hviology, Read
ing, School Law. Theory and I'raituc and Writing,
uill begin Monday, May 11.
Medford Commercial College
Can Deliver a Loaf Today
California Rasin Bread
M;ih with mui M.ud Uaitis. A l..it' that will
ph-aM- the wlu'le faiinh that is both go.nl and good
lor vmi. l. t tin eltildren eat it frci h Kathius are
goml for little tolUs and .natixfy their naving for
swei n. A high tpialiU loaf, scientifically made by
Bo sure and say NURMI'S,,
Nurmi Baking Co.
Takers &X Butter-Nut, Pan Dandy and1
Nurmi's Rye Bread
Big Social Dance
Eagle Point Opera House
ay 20, 1916
Music by Central I'oint On-best ra. Dance Tickets
."f'1.00 each. Hood mimic, good order and a good time.
Ji' you miss this you will maw tho time of your lit'o.
At 8 p. in., big program in moving pictures.
1 Reel Mutual Woekly.
2 Reel Woatern Drama.
3 Roeh Helen Holm's Perilous Escape, in tho great
Railroad Film Novel, "The Girl and tho Gauie,"
I Roel Coniftdy that in auro to make you laugh, fa
turing George Ovey in "Dr. Jerry."
Dance Start Immediately After the Show
EAGLE POINT AMUSEMENT CO.
Proud as you are of
the daughter, and
proud as she is of
there is soon but a
memory of such
events unless a por
trait keeps the record
of each milestone of
Our 8tle of school pictures
are appropriate to the occasion.
Mak e the appointment etrly
The S wem Studios
222 Went Main St.
Vou arc euro to Alvroj rind the
Modes in Millinery
M. SI. DMT. STOIIK
Our Ski lull) a S5.00 11AT,