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Entered hi aecaniiiclaM matter at
Med ford, Oregon, tiJer the act of
March J, 187.
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Official Paper of Jackson County.
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Portland Hotel News StnnJ. Portland.
Bowman Newa Co Portland. Ore.
W. O. Whitney. Seattle Waah.
Metropolis of Soutt.frn Oregon and
Northern California, and the fatteal
ftmwlnic city In Orefjon.
Population U. 8. rrnaui 1910881);
etimatsi. lsn to.oaa.
Five humlrH thousand dollar Oravlty
Water System combleted. a-Ivine flrnwt
eupply pure mountain vrater. and 17.3
tnllrs of ktreeta paved.
. Postofflce. recelnta for. year entllnr
November 36, 1911, show Increase of 19
Banner fruit city In Oreicon Hoktj
Itlver SplUenliorp tipples won sweep
stakes prlte and tltlo of
"Apple Ktaw cf Ike WarM"
at the National Annie show, Spokane.
199), and a car of Newtown won
rimt Irhn In 110
at Canadian International Apple Show,
Vancouver. B. C.
Mr TitM te 1MX
St Spokane National Apple Shew wen
y carload of Kewtowna.
RoRae River prar brought highest
firlcea In alt markets of tb world dur
nit the r-ast six Year
Write Commercial Club. Incloata
cents for pontnirn for the finest commu
nity pamphlet ever published.
U"v"T t -einrt
ROADS AT PASS
William M. CoMg president anrt
manager of the lledford Commer
cial club attended a good roads
luncheon at Grants Pass Wednesday
andnddreesed the business men pres
ent at considerable length on the
topic, of roads. Ben Sheldon ot this
ctly also spoke.
Attorney Richard ot Grants Pass,
who has been prominent in tho or
ganlxatlon of the association, was
elected permanent president, and W.
P. Qulnlan secretary and George W.
Donnell treasurer. As soon as the
permanent organization had been ef
fected, Judge Colvlg was introduced,
and explained the road work that
Jackson county was trying to "bring
about, and the necessity for legisla
tion that -would permit the -various
counties to improve not only the
many lines of highway, but all the
branch roads as well. Sir. Colvlg Is
strongly in favor of -bonding for the
building of roads, but wants the
bonds placed at a figure that will
permit a general improving ot the
highways and not only ot a few. He
said that Jackson county wanted to
build two great highways, one run
ning from the California state line
to Josephine county, and the other
tapping Butte- creek and Applegate
districts. In place of the defeated
jiroposed amendments that would
have been ot assistance, tho Judge
presented the drafting of a measure
which he proposed to have presented
at tho coming' session of the -state
legislature. With some proposed ad
ditions which will be made, the
Grants Pass asoclatlon gave unani
mous endorsement of the bill.
MY LOCATE HERE
Al n meeting of the Jfedfonl Com
mercial club held Wednesday evening
the mutter oi' cHtubliriliiiur u Htock
medicine factory in tho valley wat
dincuwed ut bomo lenjjth and a com
mittee jijtpointed to investigate tho
"The mutter was presented by Man
ner Humes of the Corniek Stoclc
Medicine tfompnny now located M
Snlein. Ho proceeded to c.plnin tho
lint lira mid outlook of the factory;
tnid Muted that tho company desired
)o locato at Mvdford on account of
the neurnofts to tho alfalfa field, and
for othpr rcuSoiiB. llo Minted that
tho coinpuny manufactured 20 dif
ferent ynritioB of stock food and
'medicine, inclttdinK chicken food, and
all kinds ot medicine for tho diseiwcs
of cuttle, horbcs and other live stock;
that thu products of tho company are
I copyrighted, and if any encour
fckenioiit wns offered by tho people
.'. Kopuo river vnlloy tho company
ynbl loento hero iu Medford. Upon
fijan Prosidept' Colviff appointed
M. A' Kor, uv. Jinuo ami i-iuit
JMfcKjfc-iJ. P'Gur eonimitteo Jo nii
the proposition mid roiwrt
jHdford PKINTINO CO.
COLVIG TALKS GOOD
WICK'S MORAL CRUSADE.
GOVEfttfOE&lv& being abused "by tho ttosolmvg
iinwsnnnnra for iiornniulhiir tho resignation of Mayor
AtiVnlli wlwi nfa -mm tT tiir lMfmriotors of tilO !RoS0lMl'g
luHiwory. Vocentty lrtuatleri
option hvw. The governor has also ordered suit brought
itf "revblw the brovcrvs lirense tor niannfaH urine intoxi-
eatnig-hiitnor in dry territory.
The Roscburtr eitv council replied by politely tollh
ii i- " Vi
me governor 10 iniiiu ins own
ii. . i v . .. .i a ... . ii .
nie eouns anuiiocin uie newspapei-s, aim iiy u.xuiiiiug im?
The isold fact remains, however, that the mayor has
been violating the prohibition law and it certainly does
not speaic wen lor a law-anuung conunuiuiy 10 nave as a
chief executive an admitted law breaker.
Roseburg presents the incontrruous spectacle, of a pro
hibition city with a brewer nmimfaeturing beer to sell to
blind pigs, as mayor. But the Rose-burg papers have no
word of "censure for such conditions but blame the gover
nor tor trying to end thent.
GoveVnor West borrowed a lot of trouble when he
undertook his cleaning-np campaign for law enforcement,
that most executives would have dodged. That he acted
from conscientious motives, and for the moral welfare of
tho state, is without question, though many think local
affairs should be left for the communities themselves for
Members of the state bar association have censured the
governor (who seems to have gotten in wrong before both
kinds of bars) for using the state militia to suppress dis
orderly resorts. The Milwaukee Club, a notorious gambling
hell, was permitted to do a thriving business by the county
officials of Clackamas count', who refused to enforce the
law. The mijitia (the governor's only weapon) vas used
to close the place. The precedent was recently followed
by Governor Marshall in Indiana to close the French Lick
The militia was also used to close the nefarious road
houses around Portland, Sheriff Stevens, District Attorney
Cameron and the county court refusing to enforce the law.
Special prosecutors were appointed by the governor and
n clean-up campaign inaugurated in Portland, which was
sustained by the people at the recent election when offic
ials sworn to enforce the law were elected.
Mayors convicted of breaking the law themselves were
asked to resign in several communities and did so. Such
Changes have generally resulted in a better order of
Repeal the laws if they at'e bad don't blame the gov
ernor for fulfilling his oath of office and enforcing them
for as long as he is morally right, the people will sustain
him. Those vho attack him, range themselves in the class
of the law-breakers whose pockets suffer by law enforce
ment. t THE MONTESSORI SYSTEM.
jPTJR Christian Science friends are uudulv excited over
V-r the Montessori system,
theory of suggestion, they declare a form of hypnotism,
x The assertion is an exaggeration and an absurdity. All
education is founded upon the theory of suggestion, and
the more skill with which the suggestion is applied, the
better the results.
Humanity is still in the A B C of educational methods.
The human brain is a little known subject and capable of
marvelous development. The years of childhood arc years
of the brain's pliability.
It has been demonstrated in numerous instances, that
by the power of suggestion, it is as easy to teach the child
somctlung useful as it is to teach him useless play, in other
words, the childs regards what afterwards becomes work,
as play, as the little brain amuses itsolf by mastering prob
lems instead of frittering away its energies.
The kindergarten was'founded upon the power of sug
gestion and the Montessori system simply carries it a stage
further simplifj-ing the work for the teacher and the
ptipil and attaining phenomenal results. It implies no loss
of volition or individuality.
There is attending Harvard a youth not yet in his teens,
who is able to discuss abstruse mathematical and pcientif io
problems with most advanced professors simply because
in infancy mathematics and science were made an amuse
ment for him. The power of suggestion diverted his mind
into the study of problems as an amusement sit a time
when other babies are wasting their energies in
useless amusement. Almost any child of good ancestry
can be similarly developed.
Some day in the future, when we know a little more
about ourselves, and do not see through a glass quite so
darkly, the child will know more than the average man of
today whose brain hardened
ui-vuiupnuMn, uciorc ne realty
NBW YOItK, Nov, 21. Sam
Schepps, ono of tho men Involved in
the death of Gambler Herman Ros
enthal, for which Pollco Lleutonant
Charles P. Docker, is under sentenco
of death and four gunmen are con
victed of first degrco murder, was
today released from tho Tombs and a
formal chargo of vagrancy against
him was dismissed.
Schopps wont nt onco to tho offtco
of an attorney to arrange for all
jnony for his divorced wife.
WILSON WINS KANSAS
BY 23,47 PLORALITY
TOPKICA, Kuiift., Nov. 21 Tho of
ficia! complete rot urns bote today
jsliow thut 'Toodiow Wildoii'H plural
ity for president iii'Kuiihuh Ih 211,447.
Tuft fulled to curry a single county.
irnilty to yioltition o Die local
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lhisiucks, ui nig ihh nira m
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which, founded upon the
and lost its best period of
got aown to serious stnuy.
PLANNED BY CLUB
Commencing with next Tuondny
noon tho Medford Commercial club
will inaugurate a series of monthly
luncheons of business men to bo hold,
nt which represontittiveB from other
parts of the county mid elsewhere
will 1)0 invited ta discuss, problems
before tho community, mid to nroiiwe
enthusiasm in community work. The
following committee was appointed
Wednesday night to arrange for (he
luncheons; John Carkin, chairman;
A. S, Kosenbaum, 0. It, Kay, C, I).
Ontcs, fJco. Putnam.
Tho committee Thursday iixed the
date of Ihc first luncheon on next
Tuesday noon nt tho hotel Medford.
Representatives of all other clubs ill
tho vnlley will bo invited to uttund.
MONTHLY LUNCH ON
SAY, GIRtS, ARE YOU AN S. V. U. G. ? v
,M fc BETTER JOIN BEFORE CHRISTMAS
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'TlifrO ore nlhfbr "Spbl'V In Now York tiwltiy. lucludmt In the list la
Mr. Augnit Uelmotil. I lie blcget "Spug" of them all, Mlat HlUitbcth Murlmry
ami Ml Gertrude Itoblusou Smith are others. A "Spug" U.is milhln to ilo
with art or nctetue Tln lortu I a routm-tlun for n new sn-lotj that .Mrs.
lleltnont and tlm others furtut'd t abolish lilt- eiiwtuiu ir gltlug press'iils nil
nwcssarlly at ClirHlui:i tlnti. Tlif new oraiilsmluii has the lltti "ScK'loty
fur tin' I'rit'Ulltiii f I .fli-.i Ctvllig. 'Iu nIioUcu tlio ltli- the Itiltl.tU at
usisl, hone S. 1. U G.
Ity Ob-en or.
Mr. A. I Gall of Jacksonville
came tin on Sunday morning' train
to viit relatives and friends. She
returned home Monday accompanied
bv her niotlur who liat been making
u several weeks' tit with her
daughter. Mrs. Annie irensley.
Donald Walker lin- returned to
California nftvr a tdmrt u;?t with
home folks. Me Rues to join a sur
Our community; yns greatly shock
ed over the death of I).0. Mills, who
has been oneof Jiejproiniucnt'lmsi-ne.-s
men of'AhLtiidTor a number of
Mr. nolle WiMt left for her home
in Hornhrook, Cnlifoniia, on .Monday
of this week. She hns been stopping
with her friend,, Mr. and Mrs. linnet
Itott'.c and taking treatment of Dr.
Mrs. Wesley Xi win lid mid lilth'
daughter of Ho-eblirg nrrived on
Sntur,drty orningit .trnin for u vis
it with relatives.
Uev. Swimley, Congregntionnl min
ister, wa.s called lioinu Saturday by
tho sudden death of I). O. Mill..
Hew Swimley Imt been nsf-i-ting in
a protracted meeting ut Scnpoose,
L. O. Van Wgcn.cnme from the
valley where lie has been running tho
county road eiigiiitivnud made a short
vi.it with his family.
Miss Kthi'l Pat toy, Vho has been
seriously ill and hud to undergo mi
operation, M very much improved nt
this w riling.
The Siskiyou Club, n branch of the
Ladies Anld, met nt the home of
Mlrs. Swedt'iiburg- Just Wednesday.
A couple of hours wore spent indis
I'usrdni; various siibjcots, after whioh
refreshments of snndwiclit'Si pickles
and cot fee were served.
Mr. Ilogsctt of Medford made a
business trip to Ashland last Friday.
Mr. Walker mid Miss Millie
Hodges of Gold Hill spent Hund.iy
with the bitter's aunt, .Mrs. William
Myer. They were accompiiiiicd by
Miss Allic Stiuili of Pilot Hock, Ore,
who has been isiiing her mint, Mrs,
Win. Mvor and other relatives iu
Ashlnud, JackKouville a nil Gold Hill
for sometime. '
70,000 apple, 23,000 pear, 2000
cherry, 2000 walnut,, 10;000 pruno,
extra heavy heavy" grades, ono year
old trees, leading ""varieties, truo to
name. Grown without Irrigation.
Adresa N. I). Ilnrvoy, Mllwaukoo,
Satisfaction guaranteed, Sond for
our list boforo placing your orders.
Will comparo with the best trees to
bo found anywjicro. I'rlcw low
Steam and Hot Water
All Work uarantMrJ
COFPEEN . PRTCB
18 Xoward Block, Kattranea oa stb Ut
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CENTRAL POINT ITEMS
P. J. Ileckcn left lor Corning, Cal
ifornia, YdiH'i.diiy morning when
he has accepted a po.-ittnn ,ith A.
M. Turrill, the jeweler there.
Judge Hnlhroo); W'itliiiiKton made
a business trip here Wedncfdaj.
Mrs. Mollie Tucker, who bus been
visiting Mrs. W. K. Price for several
t!eks. returned to hftr homo in Oak
land, California, Wednesday after
noon. Jntnes McDowell, Jr., left fur Hor
ns, Cnlif., Wednesday morning for
a wsit mid will probably rttuniii this
George A. lltitx of Medford was u
Wednesday moniirn; visiior here.
Witt rcn Men and family returned;
to their home on Applcjmto Wednes
day. Mrs. Newman, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clins.
Dark and sou, Mr. II. II. Tnttlc.
Mrs. Hert Mcl.nn-r. Mrs. Smith, Jr.,
A. J. Diinlap, J. W. Mvers, J. A.
Isaacson, It. C. Hcnme, I). II. Young
were among Central Pointers in
Medford Wednesday afternoon.
RACE SUICIDE CITY
nKHIJN', Nov. aj. -That the kais
er's capital is the champion nice
suicide sdtv iu the world twin, in ef
fect, thu declaration of Dr. Julius
Wolfe, the noted German statistical
niilhtirity, in the Statistical congress,
which has closed a week's session.
According to Dr. Wolf, Uciliu can
no longer isiint thu finder of scorn
at Palis. Statistics show that while
the falling birthrate of I'm is from
1880 lo 11)10 was 7.(1 pur cent, (bat
of Jlcrlin wns 18.4. Not only has
the birth rate in Ilcrliu fallen more
(limi that of Cans, but it is greater
than that of any other large eilv.
Famous "Pint of Cough
Xo Iletirr llenirdr nt Any Trlei.
Mal.o a plnlu syrup by mixing ono
plat of granulated (.uar, and j pint of
warm wutor and stir for two minutes.
Tut 2l(i ounces of pure l'lncx (fifty
cent' worth) In a pint Ixittle, anil fill it
up with tho Sugar Syrup. 'I Ida giyim
you a family supjily of tho lnt coitglt
syrup at a Mtvlrig of $U. H iicytr d)iln.
Tuko a teanjiooiitul every one, two or
'J'lm cirittlveiifus of this ilmplft remedy
la surpruiiig. U nvemn io tnko liiild in
atnntly, uml wll uminlly stop tlio moitt
obHtlnuto cough in "1 hours. H tonus
tin tho Jaded, appetite and In Just loxu
tiwt enough to bo helpful In a cough,
uml bun it iilciialag tuhtc. Also excellent
for bronchial trouble, throat tickle, wiro
lungs nnd atthtna, and na uniialeil
remedy for whooping conglt and croui.
This reolpo for making cough remedy
with I'lncx and fitigur Hyrtip (or
strained honoy) Ih a prime favorlto In
tlmiiNnndi of homes In the United States
ami Canada, Tlio plan has been Imita
ted, though never successfully. If you
try It, Dho only peiiubio PInex. which Is
the most vnlimblo concentrated com
pound of Norway whlto plnp extract, and
is rich In giialnrol and nil tho natural
hinlug nlno clcmcntu, Oilier prcpura
tlnns vIJ not work In this rechie.
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction,
or jnonov ptomplly rofuiuted, goes with
thin recipe. Your drngglxt linn Flncx,
or will get it for you. If not, sond to
Tlio I'lnw'CWJ Vt,yryas, Ind,
After tthtrt VenraUxporlenco t IIve
Produced An Applluncio for Men,
Women or OliIUlwu That
Cure a IUtptntt.
I lend It On Trial.
tjn hT trtnil mol vtrt'.ln elie.rom in
m. Wliernnllivr tall U vrlierh 1 liT Mi)PKtelit
kit tiinTiimiii'i inn ! n tivju m aiv m (ri'iT
qcM. Siud llKotKit riinii tixUr nuU t will Mb4
Tim Mlint U t'. IJ. IIMinU. Ini'iltip nf ttit
..iilluiti', u Im fin nl hlui.ilf ninl ln
lin iifi'n citihiK otiifr fur iiT ao
jrnr. irriiilurttl,rrlt liliiilixlny.
joq tio tnr llluitMtaJ tiook on litt)ta ami It
cur, lmlna ., AlHw tiJ Kiting jmu
(ittcttand utuiii mnr l--'! ho hit irlf.t li
nj rrn tut4 ltltlnluUIpfwohlliMhi'r
fall. lteuiuilHr I uilw tlrt, unburn", no llo.
tirmtvn ItUI to rruva bl I , I trua, Yoa
re Itio JuJ ni obch hiif trta inr lllmtntnl
tKH.k tijrail ru "IU to M f)illni.lillo nt MX
hun.lrtJ et tnni ti. llttr run n Uit
ttiU ill oiit iff rvuiHti t rtu unit iiitlt toJiy.
11 wrll vrtlh your Hum wlielh.r Ju4 rr wf Attn
FUCK INFORMATION OUNN
O-K llraotnTSI RUURiiMiL MiMtill, JlUh.
rinua,iiihy mill In t'UIrt wmfMr jour
lllulriJ huk n4 full Iniurnntlvii nUint four
Aiuac Iwr llw ur tt tuiut.
Wa carry n, very complfta Una of
flrnivprlra, (acn rtirtnlna. flvliirra. ato.
ami ilo ail rlaaarn of iijiholatrrlnn. A
aprfllal limn to look after till work
rxcliialvply ami will Klvo an aooil
a.TMfrt an la imnnlblil lo K"t In avtrn
tlia laritfMt ctllra.
Weeks & McGowan Co.
:: Our stock is not lnro I
;: hut wo linvo u lino which T
' is tlifforcnt. Also n verv 1
: : few miiToi's niirt serving i
:: Ira vs.
i MERRIVOLD ii
t 134 W. Main Streot. ::
WH HA.NDLi: ALL
and moot nil cut or club rates
which aro udvortlsed or of
fered by any company. Do
sides wo glvo you a special
sorvlco which you do not got
It you sond dlicct to publish-
or,, . Jii
izJ??'1 hotel in the
City. Running disJtilled
ice water in each room.
European Plan, a la Carte
Tariff on koorns
12 room - $1.00 each
60 rooms - 1.80 each
B0 room - - 2.00 each
CO room with pilule Utb 2.00 each
SO room willi prital Ula 2.50 each
30 iultoi, bedropm, par'
or and bath - 3.00 each
For more than ono nueit add $1.00
extra to tho above rate for
each additional gueit.
Reduction by voek or month.
Manuu,MmfCI,itf V. KolUi
WHXtX TO OO
AtiWAYH A G(HH snow
The Host VOnltliitfil Thentor In Town
Over 1000 feiit or thu best-plctureii
that rim lio tlhowiin
"thu CArri.i uustYiUiim
You all know llollu'ii western pin-
turcH tit this typo. This ono la fimu
tlio phttun of Colorado with a ilitudy
good Kttir behlml It,
Tin: i.itti.i: oim. i:xt iihou
Tlio rtnor mid nobler foulliiKn of hu
man nature- aro given full piny In
tlila feittiire film. A study Iu Juvo
HIS I.OltDSHIO Till: VAM.T
Thing aro not always what they
worn, liHuretilliiRly shown by this
lively mid hmunrnitn comedy
A I.V TI.MH IX gUUIIKU
If you want to laugh ami aid in
gestion sou this funny roiuedy. It
will motto your forget your troubluM.
Good .Music ninl Hinging
Hetdng la believing If yon nee our
show oii can't help hollevliiK you
nru getting )tiur mouey'H worth.
Chtiugi ut program oVoryTiiedny.
Tliursdny, Saturday and Siiitduy.
Prices Always the Saiuc, lc mid 10c.
Vnutleilto mid l'botopliijri
Tlieliim ll VHIIXU .V VAN Harry
nr.u I'ouniU of Coni'idy
renturliig tho Imly whit tho real
1 lllg I'hotoplny
THU THOIIIHiUI) THAlIi
Thrilling Western Drnuin
'Illg Split (tin"
Two Hlg Itultlckiug Joy Whirls,
Special Matlnoca Rat, mid Run.
Mntlnoo prlcoo 5 and 10 cents
Alua)s In Clio Lend
Perfect Ventilation and Comfort.
A SIHTKU'H lIliVOTIO.V
It's a Klylng "A" WoHtorn
thi: hi.mimj: i.iki:
A Hplomlld comedy-drmiia. Huppon
lugs In a vlllago grocery store,
Iuterostliig lovo tnlo
Gut In on thin -n real laugh-pro-diicor.
Matinees Dally 2 to G p, in,
1'PHHKST nnd WOOIAVOHTH
ADMISSION, 5c AND 10c
MOMl'MllI'lt , K
TIIM DIVINH BAHAH lllMtMIAUOT
In a two tool film d art of
rVTOSOA'' l "
flardou's Mimtorpleco, Novombor
22nd and 23rd
"THU HOIIKMIAN nilll,"
NoYombpr Cr.tli nnd 20tb
p j4t A