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MEDFOttT) MAIL TIUBITNIO, MlDDFOim OK.m'OS. 1'MiMPAY, AIA1UM1 'JO, 1012.
SECOND TRAGEDY GAFFNEV WHIPS
LINCOLN. Neb., Much i!l. -Another
tragedy nneurrod in the Nebra
Ka stnto jionjlojitiHry Uii motiving
when Charles Davis, u 1m If breed In
dian, stubbed .John SI four, n nefrre
murderer, tn death in the dininit hn'.l.
Only recently three of the priaon of
lioiula won killed by three convict,
who oaeapod in mi outbreak, two of
the convict Inter ineftin death in a
jiitpbod battle with r sheriff oMe.j
Davis ntlnekod .Strom xxhilo J lie
convicts were at hrmkfML Drnxxinjc
n dngjrer, he slaalicd Hlrowif's jnftilur
Ann boforc the jrwnrds rotild interfere.
Thi' Indian wo ovcrjwwerwl but re
fused to Rive any explanation for his
fraud brow back
Sheriff Jones returned late Thurs
dny night from Woodbura. Or . hav-j
Iiir In custody A. IS. Austin, who Is
charged with defrnudlup O. M. Selsby
of this city out of ?f.00 by selling
him tho stat right to a patent.
Austin's preliminary hearing has
not as yot been set In the justices
Tommy Ontt'no.x, the lightweight
pugilwt leaped iuto fame at Salt l.n!o
City last week bv winning n decision
in a ten-round bout over ttntUwfe N'eW
-nn the -olimnpion. who pnt Tommy
toSlee in three round in thi city a
few month- o. Ou fluey not only
ont-poiotod tho Dane, a might be
expected, but nl-o out-fought him,
aroonlini to the neeonnt of the battle
in ono r tho Salt Inkc newpap'r.
He ent tho Dana to his knees in ihe
fourth round and aftor that Clnffn-y
had things all his oxxm wny. In the
laat half of the tenth round. Xclon.
who Avaa all but out, deliberately foul
ed hi." aHtajroiiwt and the referee im
mediately topped the bout and de
clared flaffnev the winner. Kwmited.
NoImui rushed at tho referee, but mis
held back by the fan who swarmed
into the ring1 and carried Tommy to
the dro-eing room on thoir ohuuldcs.
Gaffney's ahare tf tho nitro wa-
SHOO, which now entitle him to be
eon-idcrod above the ham and Iwuii-i
ila-s inlhe pugili-tie world.
SAN mWNAKDIXO, Oil., Maveh
2D. -Attuekcd by robbers in the Mi
jnvo deport, Lee Smith is doad and
Claude Anderson is on the xorgo of
mental collate today. according to
the statement of honitnl attendants
to whom Anderson told n terrible
story of a, divert battle and hi- sub
sequent suffering upon his arrival
Hoth men are said to live at Tort
GhVoii, Oklahoma. Thov left Sun
Itenmrdino three months ngo on a
prospecting tour. According to An
derson, desert bandits killed Smith
and buried his body in the sand. They
left Anderson for dead.
HANDOX. Or.. .Muroh 29. Kol
lowing n quarrel with nor, llort Mo
Duffy today shot and seriously
wounds his wife and thou turned tho
revolver on himself and took his own
life. Mrs. MeDuffy was shot through
the side and mny die. MeDuffy wn
40 years of age and an old rosldon
of llnnduu. Tho eounlo had throe
SAX KlfAXClSCO. M.vh 'JH. In
llenrv Olson, n hruxxiix vol untitled
sailor, LS yours of into, xx eonlined
in the murine hospital at the- Pio-ddlo
here, with hi- own eoiixont ph.xatcinib.
today doelare thox luixe diseoxered
the most deadly human earlier of
typhoid germs ever brought to thor
aficutioii. It i eliiiiiH-d llmt Olson,
xv ho is himself porfeollv healthy, bus
caused no less than roar deaths uud
has infected SJH ereii-.
Olson xvas strieken xith typhoid in
November, 11)07, and di-churj!d as
cured three mouths later. After
jniiiina- the eroxvs of wxeral ste.atiiors
amoiitr all of which eases of typhoid
immediately developed. Olson ia ul
logod tn have spread -evornl epidem
ics in San Kmnoiseo. Oakland and
I.os Angeles duriiiif the past tllioo
OI.YM!U. Wn.. "March 29. Gov
nruor M. K. Hay today offered n ro
Sheriffs Colin MoKoiulc uud A. V
: . i i' I
xvard of t,000 for tho enpturo of
John Turnow, tho Cliolmlla county
nutlnw xvho Is alleged to have mitrd-
qrod hls lxviujoiliexvs and Deputy Medford Pharmacy, Metltoid. Ore.
TAKE TOO BIG CHANCES
Wli Ih It that mot. and women xxlll
uexor loniu that overxvoik and norv
ouh atratn will ceitalnly ruin henlth.
Kvery day the papers toll of the
dioadtul results of ovortnliig one's
sticnglh, yet tho others Keep rlht
on xvlth6ut profiling by tho lesson.
Henry Jacobs of Ninth axeuiio, N.
Y.. xvont through this cMierleiieo and
now writes in a letter: "I xvas In had
health for txvo years, very nervous
and xvoak, no appetite, could nit
sleep well uud had no ambition or
energy. I xxiih getting wo run nil the
"Hut since I liognu taking Vtuol
theio Is n xvondorful difference. I
have gained H pounds In lesa than
txvo mouths, have n splendid nppo
tlto and etui enjoy my meals. My
nerves nro atroiig and I sleep sound
ly. I simply fet flue now, xvhlch
shoxx's xvhttt Vlimt did for me."
Our delicious cod liver and Iron
reined). Vlnol. xxlll do as much for
all other mn duxxn, xvorti out people.
If they xxlll only give It a chance
Then Is no risk for xve give back the
money If Vlnol falls to satisfy you.
To Discuss Live Topics
riHL.ADKl.PHIA. l'a., March 29.
Tho first wsston of the sixteenth
annual meeting of the American
Academy of Political and Social Sci
ence began here today. This ear's
meeting Is devoted to the discussion
of the initiative aud referendum and!
other topics of lire Importance, and i
more than the usual number of dls-j
tingulshed Americans will make ad
dresses at the several sessions.
Fear Germans Vill Lose
II Hit LIN. March 29. Speaking in
tho relchstag. Count Kanltz, eonser
vatlx'o doclnros that xvarnlngs should
be Issued to Germans against invest
ments In torolgn countries without
careful Investigation. He stated that
$112,000,000 of German capital 's
invested in foreign countries, which
could be used to better advantage
and profit at home. w
Family Burned In Home
WILKESBARRI3. Pa.. March 29.
Ilurnod to death in their home in
Hanover, a suburb of this city, the
bodies of Charles Xelick, his wife
and three children, were found
there today. The wife was discov
ered lying in bed. with her baby un
der hor arm. The daughter, aged
8, xvas found xvlth her legs protrud
ing from under the bed, where she
had evidently crawled. The father's
body xvas in tho cellar.
Gretna Green Records at Auction
LONDON, March 29. Many cele
brated romaucoe that occurred dur
ing the roigns of the three Georges
nnd William IV, and in the early
Victorian ora, were recalled by the
halo at Sotheby's today of the orig
inal certificates of marriages at
Gretna Green. The lot embraced
nioro than one thousand runaway
match certificates, upon some of
which appeared the names of men
and women of xvWe celebrity.
AT THE ISIS.
mm :3 jivh
One of the stars at lets Frldax and
Below we give you a partial list of what we are doing
in "groceries." These prices will remain the same as
long as the market does. They are on first-class mer
chandise. We stand back of every purchase, and
WKat We Say We Do, We Do
Prices subject to market changes
15 -nnnnrls P-ranulated best cane fruit Sugar .... $1.00
16 pounds small or Lady Washington white Beans
16 pounds pink or red Mexican Beans
16 pounds regular 8 l-3e Jap Rice .
10 pound sack white or yellow Corn Meal
10 pound sack fine or coarse Graham
12 cans HOLLY condensed. Milk
Big package Columbia Oats or Wheat .
6 boxes Diamond soft tip Matches . .
3 pound can of the famous Tavern Coffee
50 pound sack fine Table Salt .
50 pound sack Stock Salt . . . .
10 pound pail Eastern Lard . $1.25
10 pound pail Eastern Compound $1.00
Kerosene Oil, per gallon
Star, Horseshoe or Climax Tobacco plug .
"Highland" blend, hard what Flour, sack . . . . $1.25
"Kenida" Idaho hard wheat Flour, sack . . . . $1-35
"American Rose" cream of blue stem hard wheat Flour, sack $1.35
We have on hand over three carloads of these different kinds of
flour. We can supply you, and we guarantee every sack. A trk.l sack
will make you a steady customer.
Hutchison & Lumsden
5 pound pail
5 pound pail
The Peoples Store
213 East Main Street Medford, Oregon
Kill DAT Tomho usod to bring lots of Joy,
'Pxvhh tho hist day of school whan I xxH tl hOT,
lint llmue have bioiihl uhaniWM and wa must all .
That the groat school of Ufa Is not rlowd Mly tUy.
KKIDAV -Kor years you'vo neeved no pay.
lUioainfo you'to huown as the "haimumn'i n?.' ' , ,
Hut In this gioat slate, xxhoro nil Is tho lifit.
We'll have no such horrors, says llnvornw WWrr.
KUIDAY It suiely win lw i dHh,
To grimly stand laitilt and xxuteh otlierti Clsclil
Don't forget, whilo you'r Orimiulnx. M other dd
What you should, had you wnUened and used niaiUods KM
KUIDAY Old dn you once wen all rftfht.
Hut )u'vo stood back so long and let others Milit,
And lluw'vo xvon, you'xo lost aud the battle Is o'er,
SuecosH Itnoelis but oiiee at any man's door.
I-'UI DAY Look here-- Cheer up- don't got blue.
NIV MKTMODR IDte Dl'ItJt will SiiPily halp YOU.
We're willing to let llu'iu If such bo the ease, '
Hut i wiiiHiuliur now llstcn-the IMltRT WIN TJ1W HACK.
FUIDAY-Kor fear )ur reputation jnu'll lo.
ItulwiMiH .MODKItN aud ANCII8NT you siirtl' nimH ,
lie like us. be the I'lllKT xvuteh the "old folm" howl.
While wo mo I'UOUUIMWIVIC all they do Is rnwl.
l'UI DAY Like tho deneon and his "one boss shaj"
Yon keep plugging along In the same old way.
You should wnku up. bo AIKSIIISRKIVIC. do OMntIU WI8W.
lie tho IMH8T. not tho lust, and make folks talk of TOtf.
ii..i. von vor thonaht of the rACI thai wa haTe
presenting to you ouch day? Do you wmit la M tlo mtwa old
KUIDAY of this llfu moroly henauso soma oh yeers " said
you sheuld: that iloua not makw It Imparatlre. We xvanl you
(tho public) to KNOW US. OUU MI8TIIOI and that we do
tho. beet WOUK. lCach day. even IMIIDAY. la brtHgliiR u
NICW 1'UIKNDB two flgur that a satisfied, jiatlaat la a
friend) and wo xvaut you to Join the CLUD of satisfied pa
tients. CONUULTATION KltK. NKW MaTI'lIODB AND IDI8A8
Drs. Kaundeni & Oman
(JAtt.S'irri'.COHUY IIUILDI.N'O Hl)lrOHD. OKHaON
AVitli t'ltcli One Dollar or more pnrcliiiso mndc 1,
sloro Suiui'duv we will iufsciit. you with Ono E. Z.
Dust Pan worth Twonty-fivo conts. IMiouc your
THE HOME OF FRESH FRUITS AND GREEN
Wisconsin Hrick Liniburrr
(laliforniu ('renin (Jliee.se
Prd'crred Slock Deep Sen I'Yeali Crab
in Musianl and Toinalo Sauce
SPECIAL ORDER FOR THE B. & C. GROCERY
Kxlni lai'KO Kancy Sunki.sl. Navel Oranges. Vm
will inks a treat if you overlook buying a dozen at.
our special prico 50' dozen
Extra Large Special Fancy Southern Grapo Fruit
Price Saturday 2 for 25
VERY SPECIAL Medium size swoot and juioy
Sunkist Navel Oranges 20 dozen
APPLEGATE BUTTER It s the liilicHt rade
Uuiter made in .Jackson county and shipped fresh to
us every oilier day. . Tho 2pound square 8M
Watch our Unadvortised Specials
B and C GROC
WEST MAIN STREET
A Special .Kino Strain ol' Clernian I'ansies
)xtra Jt'ino Itosus. A Kino Lino of 2-Yonr-Old Slock
Out Jlowoi'H in Season Always on Hand
923 East Main