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SIEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD. OREGON. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 1012.
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IOCAL AND
L-PERSONAL
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T. K. Ifnll of HoRito Illvor flpoht,
Sunday in Mntforrt on lmslnoHs.
liont Hoot of lingo In In Medford
ono a short business trip.
Kdl.lmlley ot Orants Pass was rt
rccenO visitor lir Medford.
II; 0, Slinhsoil ot Talent' was re-
cent'Mellford visitor-.
YMrs. IlnUluay-Hnlsht. ronlr.Mtd
nnnll of ilnrdhesL (Paris), Itnndeg
ger 4(;UnRtand) kleotRo Sweet,- 'Os
ear SneiiRer, Nev York, Will recolvo
(HUjilla tor vortl culture nt rosldcnco
fttudld, 03 Oakdnla avenue. South.
nhonc Main ?Sfi2. 22S
" t K. Hoyt of Klamath Kails Is In
Medford visiting friends.
.Mr, nnd Mrs. D. Hall of San
Francisco nro In Medford vtsltlnt;
friends.
Oak and hardwood 54. GO and $5.00
"per cord. Gold Ray Really Co.,
SlAlh and Fir.
R. J. Brevard, hotter known to
his friends as "Hob" has left for At
lanta, Ga., and other southern notnt
where he will stend the winter. He
expects to return In the sprlnu to
Cflro for his property interests here.
The Rose Matdcn Is coming.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rrown ex
pect to leave soon for an extended
eastern trip.1-
II. W. Wattersoh of Ashland spent
Monday nt Medford on a short busi
ness trip.
'I haw Installed a cleaning plant
and am In shape to rcclean any seed
grains. Voich. vetch and wheat,
winter oats and seed barley for sale,
L.-B. Drown at Rnss .mill.
", Clarence V. Newman left Sunday
evening for a isit wltb friends at
Sacramento.
H. C. Kentner -was a visitor In
Ashland Sunday,
Loose leafs for ledgers, day hooks,
journals or cash hooks, with or with
out binders at Mail Tribune. tf
. J. D. Wood, who has been spending
several weeks in San Francisco, on
business, has returned.
Miss Esther Merrit of Central
Point was a Medford visitor Satur
day afternoon,
For goodness sake, have IL A.
Holmes, the Insurance man write
your Insurance. He knows how.
A. V. Sislby was down from Ash
. land Saturday, meeting with his pro
hibition colleagues.
I H. T. Pankey, Tyson Dealt, Claude
White and Glenn Owen were among
the Central rolnters in Medford Sat-
urday and Sunday.
Artistically printed letter beads on
fancy bond paper make fine Christ
mas presents. Let us show you
samples. The Mail, Tribune. tf
Mr. and Mrs. L. Smith and H. Bi
Jameson of Eugene spent Saturday
in our city.
Mrs. W. H, McGowan was among
her Medford friends Sunday.
Glasses fitted without use of
drugs. Dr. Rickert, over Kcntner's.
Charles O. Hoyt, a stockralser
from Fort Klamath, is here on busi
ness. Fred Lockley of Portland, a popu
lar mazazlue writer, was iu Medford
and Jacksonville Sunday.
Legal blanits for sale at the Mall
Tribune office.
tf
Henry Meyers of Lake crock tran
sacted business in Medford Satur
day. C. J Reames and B. R. McCabe
were at the county scat Saturday
on legal business.
Vapor batns and scientific massage
$1.00 for men and women. Dr. R.
J. Lockwood, cblroprocter and nerve
specialist, 203 Garnett-Corey Bldg.
Phone Home 14G.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. B-irnnm of
Jacksonville have returned from a
trip to Portland.
iMIss Applegate, who has been vis
iting Colonel and Mrs. H. H. Sargent
and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Alford, left
for her home in Salem Sunday,
Tresspass notices for sale at the
Mall Tribune office. tf
Leon JIanna. who has been vls
itlug liu .Jacksonville, bis native
towij, left Io Seattle, where he is
employed, Saturday evening. He
was accompanied as far as Medford
by Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Hanna.
s , Oak and hardwood J4. 50 and $5.00
per cord. Gold Ray Realty Co.,
SSUth, andFir.
Dr. and Mrs. J, M. Keene and 'Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Stewart, have re
turned from a trip to California.
Mesdames tilllctte, Bauty and
Whttiagton, of Jacksonville were
Medfotd visitors Saturday afternoon.
Dr. Rlckerl, eyesight specialist,
over Kentner's., 'No drops used.
L. Neidermoyer, Joseph .Martin
and J. M. Harloy of North Jackson
ville transacted business Iu Medford
Saturday.
Weeks&McGowanCo.
' UNDERTAKERS
9r raoas am
jKrkt vbobmi r. w. wk ten
A. X. OrrM MM
XiAbt AMiuncAart
1 K. Hnlljind C. O. Seiunnn of
Rogue Ulver had business In Med
ford tho forepntt of the weak.
W, J. .Mitchell, n well known stock
vbuyJr was among tho many fiom
hhrond In Medford during thoweok.
It.' L. Lore and Win, Tuhl of Con
Iral Point precinct wero business vis
itors In Medford Saturday.
Collect those scattered shpets of
inuslo yon value and have them
bound In book form at (he Mali
Tribune. ,1 ' . tf
Ony Kennedy of Montague, Cal.,
Is visiting In MciUorcL
E, Limlsey of Grants Pssk has
been seeing the slghtS In Meilford re
cently; Win. Arthurs, Will Copplo nd
Kltho Throckmorton of Applegate
were in Mcdfont Saturday.
II. O. Simpson and Win. Fox were
up tram Talent recently.
S2000.00 or fraction thereof to
loan on Improved country real es
tate at current rates. Carkln &
Taylor, Jackson County Bank Bldg.,
Medford. -
J. M. Hurley and R. Conger of
Central Point precinct were In Med
ford a few days ago.
P. S. Rnyart made a trip to Tolo
Sunday evening, returning today.
1). K. Peart of Central Point was
In Medford Sunday, on his way home
from a visit to Phoenix precinct.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wall visited with
Medford friends Sunday.
Bring that old book with torn
binding down and have it rebound
at the Mall Tribune office. Costs
but little. tf
E. Judy of Griffin creok and
George Wolgamott of Hollywood
orchards were among those who
came to Medford Saturday.
Judge Nell was down from Jack
sonville Sunday afternoon, visiting
Soloman Radcr ot Walla Walla, who
is a guest of his son, M. A. Rader.
They wero boys together JA Rogue
river valley In the early fifties.
I havo Installed a cleaning plant
and am In shapo to recleau any seed
grains. Vetch, vetch and wheat,
winter oats and seed barley for sale.
L. B. Brown at Russ mill.
C. D. Gabrlelson ot Salem, a well
known insurance agent, has been In
terviewing his assistants in this ter
ritory. Soft wood $2 a tier. Gold Ray
Realty Co.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Aitkin spent
Sunday with relatives and friends
living In Ashland.
Try a Vapor bath for that cold. Dr.
R. J. Lockwood, Garnett-Corey Bldg.,
Phone Home 145.
Curtis "Manning of Winter was In
Jacksonville Saturday, attending cir
cuit court.
Fruit labels in any color -printed
by the Mall Tribune. tf
Colonel George P., Minis of Seven
Oaks tarried a few hours-in Medford
Saturday.
Evangelistic service tonight at the
Methodist Episcopal church at 7:30
o'clock. Rev. Isaacs preaching.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Bland, who have
been visiting In Jacksonville, re
turned to Grants Pass Sunday even
ing. Dr. R. J. Conroy has mqved his
office to the Hutchison & Lurnsden
building. Tbeso offices were for
merly occupied by the commercial
club. Drs. Conroy and CJancy have
dissolved partnership.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Graffls of
North Phoenlr were among the
throng In our city Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Brown, Mrs.
A. It, Thompson, Miss Flora Thomp
son and .Miss A. Brltt were over
from Jacksonville Saturday after
noon. -
The Ladles' Aid of the Presbyter
ian ch'.trch will hold an all day ses
sion in the chapel Tuesday, Nov. 19,
to sew' for the bazaar which Is to be
held November 2G. All ladles or
the church and congregation are re
quested to meet 9 o'clock a. m. and
bring their lunch with them.
W. A. Sherman of Grants Pass Is
here Inviting1 local business men to
attend a good roads luncheon at
Grants Pass Wednesday. Arrange
ments will then be made for a ban
quet at which time the Southern
Oregon members of tbe legislature
and Governor West will be urged to
attend and discuss good roads legis
ration.
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NEW YORK, Nov. IS Leading
stocks declined on tho opelilng of
the stock market here today. Tho
volume of business was very small.
The heaviest trading was In Rcadlug,,
which dropped 3--i of a point.
The active stocks effected some re
covery, but this was lost when an
acute neakness developed In some ot
the specialties.
Tho morning .session was marked
by dullness Iu trading. Decisions
expected to be rendered by tho
United States supreme court were I
TRADING
MARKET
responsible for u lethargic condition
of the market.
The market closed dull. ,
Bonds were steady.
FOOTBALL OT
''Mkftyj ONLY
'ONE ML LEFT
With the final gridiron (tamos of
the big eastern and 'western teams
scheduled for most Saturday, the
football sorroii of 11)1 3 will soon
pass Into history.
' Only one championship Rame
the Yale-Harvard contest remains
to he played. By downing the husky
Minnesota warriors Saturday, the n
derealed Wisconsin team won tho
Western championship. Only tho
lown team remains to bo played by
tho Badgers, nnd tho 1'awkoyos havo
been easy victims for both Chicago
and Minnesota,
The dope on the big gaino of the
year favors Harvard. Tho best Yale
could do with the Prluceton Tigers
Saturday was a six to sU.tle. while
Harvard downed Princeton several
weeks ago.
With tho season practically over
the "Big Four" teams of the east
rank as follews: Harvard, Yale.
Princeton and Pennsylvania.
In the west the teams of tho
"Big Eight" rank In tho following
erder: Wisconsin, Minnesota, Chi
cago. Illinois, Iowa, Purdue, Indiana
and .North Western.
Chicago ami Minnesota will tight
It out for second place Saturday,
while Purdue and Indiana will bat
tle for seventh position.
TO
Ye.lerdny win a day of unuMinl
interest ut the Presbyterian church.
Nineteen persons were mUled to the
church membership of whom five
-were by profession of fnith in ChrNI.
Two children were baptized lu'eortl
ma to the scriptures nud the faith of
the church. A sermon was preached
on MNmoii-: from Acts 1:8, "Ye shall
receive power, when the Holy Spirit
is come npon you; nnd ye shall be my
witnesses both in Jerusalem, and in
nil Judnea ptul Snmnrin, unci unto
the unttcrmost part of the enrth."
Snnduy was tho beginning of n week
'of Btudyof home mmions. Kvery
nijjht thi-; week at 7:30 there will he
services at the Presbyterian church.
All are invited to ntlend. Tonight
the! subject U "Socinllrn, Its Growth
and the Cane."
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FLOYD ALIEN'S APPEAL
RICHMOND, Vn.. Nov. 18. The
supn-me court of Virginia denied to
day a motion for n retrial in the
eases of Floyd Allen and ,hU soil
Claude, condemned to he electrocuted
Friday for the part they played in
the murder by tho Allen gang in the
Carroll county fourt house nt Hills
ville. Friends of the convicted men
are prgin Governor Mnnii to com
mute their sentences to life iinprison
niciit, hut it i.-. not believed lie will
interfere.
ARTILLERY TO END
'MEXICO CITY. Nov. 18. Dotor
mlned to stamp out the revolution in
Oaxaca, federal artillery shelled and
destroyed several small towns In
the northern-mountains of that state.
according to reports of the war de
partment today.
As further evidence of the govern
ment's determination to restore peace
as early as possible, a high Mexican
official announced the transfer of
3.000 soldiers now operating In the
north, to the states of Mexico, Pue
blo, Onerrerro and Oaxaca,
OREGON SYSTEM ELECT
WASHINGTON. Nov. 18. An ex
ample of the effectiveness ot tho
Oregon plan In choosing senators Is
that of George W. Norrls of Nebras
ka, who according to tho figures hero
today, was elected by 20,000. Wil
son received a majority ot 30,000
votes. Under tho old plan Norrls,
who is popular, probably would have
been defeatod by tho partisan vote,
but by his non-partisan candidacy
direct appeal, to the people was suc
cessful iu landing the toga.
NORRIS
YOUNG BROKER STABIED
IN WOMAN'S APARTMENT
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Frederick S.Judson, twenty-one years
old, tbe sou of Hcury S. Judton, ot Chl
cago, and who resides Iu New York,
was stabbed by some unknown man
while calling on Mrs. Otto Dcnckcr, tbe
wif of a wealthy real estate dealer.
Young Mr. Judsoo, who travels for hi
father, has been residing In Philadel
phia and was stopping lu New York.
Hi condition Is regarded as very se
rioui. k'
The above sketch showi Mrs,
Dcnckcr us she appeared nt tbe Kltce
court to tell what she knew of the
ffalr.
ASHLAND WINS
For the second time this season
Ashland's heavy football team took
the lighter Meilford aggregation Into
camp Saturday, this time to the
score of 26 to 12. Superiority In
weight coupled with the fact that
Ashland's field Is on n hillside, was
responsible for the dcfeaL .Medford
at all times plajed gamely and ouco
had the ball within a fow feet of the
goal lino when time was called. As
It was the local boys slipped acros
two clean touchdowns.
The two teams will play hero later
In tho season -and with, a dry and
level .tteld Menard should make tho
game Interesting.
Fl
RELIGIOUS TALKS
ROCIIKSTlftt, N. V., Nov. 18.--KcIigiottK
tti"i'iissions at future con
ventions of th American Fedcrntton
of Labor will be permitted.
After u rcdhnt dobnte on the con
vention llonr hero today, the resolu
tion commitlco roKirted adversely of
Kmil Arnold's resolution bnrniig fu
ture religion discussion nnd the dele,
gates adopted tho commit lenV rccom
mendntion. Arnold's resolution wiis intended
ns a rebuke to Father Peter Dietr. of
Milwaukee who hist week defined the
Catholic H)Mtioii on socinlispr. The
socialistic element caused Mirpriic
by voting agaust the Arnold resolu
tion. .
Tho resolution presented by Sam
uel Go'mpers, the president of the
federation, favoring arbitrating nil
international disputes and condemn
ing war, was passed.
YREKA SALOON IS
BY
YHKICA, Ciil., Nov. 18. Posses
nre seiimliing tho hills near bore to
dnv fr two masked bandit who en
tered the saloon of Victor K. War
ren, ut I hit and after lining up fit
teen customer, lontetf their pockets,
secured more limn $1,000 from tho
safe, n &1.')00 diamond from Warren
and escaped,
Unrreii u( firt refused tp obey tho
coiumuml tn hold up his huuds and
fired four shuts at the thieves. Three
hlints were fired iu rottini. but no
one wns hurt, The bandits then com
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SECOND
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FERNS FERNS
We hav&tiiq i'inest lot of ferns over grown in Med
ford. Prices are right.
Cut flowers that are fresh. Bulbs, Hose Bushes
a fine line.
r MEDFORD GREEN HOUSE
Phona 3741. 923 E. Main
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PARTIAL DEFEAT
E
LONDON, Nov, IS, -Another par-
tlnl conservative victory wns gnhiud I
In parliament today when Premier
Asqhtth, wnn forced to ugrcu to an
entirely new (Innnclnl clntMin In Jh,
homo rule hill, The prpmlor wns
forced to hsreo ujthuuMh jmrsounlty
convinced thalro-coiiftlderntloiuwould,
bo the best method of olluilutitlui; the
unsatlsfaotor clause Introduced by,
tho Hanhury resolution, ' , ,,
Tho conservative ftro expected to
resume their ollrpollvo tuctlcn Iu
opposition to flu now cIiuikc.
SAY BALKAN STATUS PLAN
TO CUKATH IlKPl'llLK
TACOMA, Nov. iti.Locnl citizens
who came from tho Bulkuu or Aits
trlaHungnrlah state tuivo orgnnlted
to raise JfuOOO to sond to tho Red
Cross society to help Balkan soldiers
and their families. There nro 10,000
Huch resident hero una tney expect
if tho Bnlknn status get free from
Turkey they will organise n republic
which will bo jolued by tho Austrian
states, also under oppression.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALK Clump, household fnr
nlturu Including Toledo ranee, roll
top desk, bed room furniture, etc.
Cull U. South Contra), phono
Main -list. 20?
FOR SALK Heating stove, curt nnd
homo canned fruit. Leaving city
this ueok. sr,t t. 9th St. UOd
FOR RKNT Three furnished hotlKO
keepluK rooms, 220 8. drape. Utu
FOR SALK Six room modern bun
gnlow, closo lu, paved street, cheap.
Inquire of owner. -123 ilcatty St.,
or phone z:Hl. 1!10
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J 1700 Ashland residence for auto.
$200 east sliin house and cash
for house on went side.
$1200 Portland residence for
acreage
1.1700 1C0 acre stock ranch and
stock, sale or trade.
91S50 good contracts for resi
dence. ISOOO 10 acres improved for
residence.
$5000 largo house and 1 ncro
for small residence.
$5000 good stock tor residence.
$250 aero close In Improved or
, chard.
$17." ncro fino ranch Bear creek
bottom.
5:i00 aero Miinll tract lu alfal
fa, snlu only.
Clark Realty Co.. 200 Phlpps Bldg.
201
FOR EXCIIANOK 20 acres In Mai
huor county, Ore,, 3 inllos from
AVelsor, Idaho, with good water
right, value $2500, for Medford
property, city or acreage, Also
80 acres, 3 Hi miles from Hlnfort.
Idaho, under government ditch,
all under cultivation, good build
ings, value $0000. Address box
20S, care Mailo Tribune. 20(5
WANTKD Position as foreman on
orchard, many years'" experience,
references given. Address It. O.,
care Mall Tribune. 210
FOR SALE OR RENT Six room
cottage very reasonable, two lots,
lawn, fruit trees, Will sell furni
ture. Phone 4902. 207
RALEIGH, N. C. CHILD
Made Strong anil Well by VinoJ
When wo tell you that Vlnol Is
tho best rcmody In our wholo stock
for making weak, puny ailing chil
dren strong, robust and rosy wo are
only tolling you what has been
proved by hundreds of mothers,
Mrs. W. O. Strother, Raleigh, N.
C, says: "My llttlo girl, Hazel, has
been taking Vlnol to build her up
after a severe spoil ot sickness. It
has done so much good by restoring
her appetlto and building up her
strength thnt I think Vlnol Is the fin
est tonic over prepared and I am
telling everyono about It."
What Vlnol did for this ,lUtte gr
It will do for ovcry vvcak, and alllnfi
chl)d because sickly cbj'ldrun t need
tho strengthening cod liver elements
nnd the tonic Iron thct Vlnol con
tainsthat Is vhv Vlnol builds
them up quickly uij f C4 thorn u
fine healthy color, It Is pleasant to
taku and wo guarantee that tho re-
suns win satisiy you money uhch
it they do not. Medford Pharmacy.
FORM
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Choice
Ovor ZOO piocos of Brond Pans, Oako Pani, Bako
ptniid Biscuit Pans, Toaatora, oto regular lfic to
2,50 vaiimi also aboiltj 00 pIoooa'Bluo anH Whllo
Willow' DiniioiVut'o, at, Vour dhoica, oaclr:. .'10
'JARDINiERE
Youi phoioq 9f any
Jrardihlero In tho
atoro tomorrow at
juat tono-jKaif liib
'marked' firlco c
Midgut, hraits M'ovei'ctl
Porn Dish, li.lo valuo,
ciH'h . . ..15
Underwear
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You can save money here on Ladies', MIhsoh' and
Hoyn1 Winter weight Undorwoar iu Union SuitH,
Vt'sis, Pants, oto. Wo aro ('losing mil tiiir tuitiro
lino of those goods.
UNION
CdOKERY BAGS
The latest' fad Un
ion Paper Cooking
Bags, put up MO hags
H si'c.s assorted, iu a
package, hero Ion f
uiorrow 10 pkg.
2 for 5
Watch Our Bargain Tables Insido
k
HUSSEY S
"Des I've hail
enoughtill I
ydet lifmgry
again. "
AT YOUR GROCERS
FRUIT MEN
Hold" Your Applos And Get Botter Prices
We can store 17 care more of fruit. Kales as follewa:
200 boxes or loss 25c per box for tho season. All in
" excess of 200 boxes 20e for tho season.
Season to
i
Medford Ice
Jacksonville Brick and
Tile Company .
OUR DRAIN TILE STANDS ALL TESTS
Examino our goods and get onr prions" bol'Oi'o buyiug
lSlsewhere.
Established. 1878
FRUIT
D. OROSSLEY & SONS
Commission Merchants
801 Franklin, St., Now York
Our Sjwclnlty
APPLES and PEARS .
Wo havo our own houues lu
NKW YOHK, HVIiltl'OOL, LONDON AND C1UMKIOW
DlrectXQualicnmenUiollcttQdorBoe our Itoguo Ulvur roproaentatlTo.
CHRIS GOTTLIEB . Medford, Oregon
11 1 1 1 mw
Cents
TURKEY
PLATTERS
Wo liAfro iilmul no
ovtra largo Hoini-por-coluln
IMittloi-n: rog.
$1.00 16 $12.01) iiiinl
ilio.s; jiikI' tho tiling
lor your 'rhuiilcsgiv
iugturkoy, that; wo
aro olouring out very
cheap.
BOOKS
Buy your hooks for
Christmas Gifts now,
ovor 100 hero in regu
lar $1.00 to k 1. r0 copy,
right hooks, ,-tll at
vour ohoioo
0 Each
April 1st.
& Storage Co.
incorporated 1004
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