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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDKOllD, OKKQON. MONDAY, DKCKMIUCR 2, 1012.
OCAL AND ,
Mrs, Oltortlahl is again on duty,
hull ho at homo In a week or lc
Leo Scott returned Saturday to hi
work nt UcorIc nttor pending
TliankftglvliiR with his parouls.
13. A. Ileal ,ot Portland, chief
weather fprecnator In Orcjson for
the U. S. government. Is paying our
city nu official visit.
Fruit lahels In any color printed
by tlio Mali Tribune. tf
Mro. Ilrond or Jacksonville has
been In Mcdford visiting her datiRh
tors, MIbucs Agnes und Annie.
Mrs. HallUlay-lIalKht, contralto
pupil of Marchcsl, (Paris), Ilandeg
gor (Ungland), George Sweet, Os
car SaeuRcr, Now York, will receive
pupils for vocal culturo at resilience
atudlo, 403 Oakdale avenue, South.
Phono Main 72C2. !23
1). W. Carlton and M. M. Hoot of
Tabic Hock spent Sunday In Mcd
ford. Wilt Henry wiu In Medrord Sun
day, en route to his ranch near
Itoguo lllvcr from a trip to Jackson
ville. Cnrlrin Jfc Taylor (John II. Car
kfn and Olcuu O. Taylor), attorneys-at-law,
uver Jacksou County Dank
Mra. V. C. Dencff and Mrs. A.
none of Jacksonville (sited In Mcd
W. p. Mealy niado a professional
vli.lt In Itoguc 'River Saturday.
The Rose Maiden Is coming.
MIks Allco I'lcmlng of .Sew York
la visiting In Mcdford.
Mrs. Goldo Sears Hamilton was di
vorced from Jesse Hamilton at Van
couver, Wash., recently. They were
former residents of this county, hav
ing been married nt Central Point.
Oak and hardwood I4.C0 and $5.00
per cord. Cold liny Realty Co.,
Sixth and Kir.
J. AV. Lee and Wcs OlttlngB of
Missouri arc visiting Mr. aud Mra. N.
W. Klmo of (Jrlfflu creek, who arc
Real home-made bread at DcVoo's.
R. 1). Wilson and Charles Derby
of Griffin creek spent Saturday after
noon In Med ford.
Monroe Ualdwln of Iakc creek
was In Mcdford Saturday, trading
with our merchants.
Artistically printed letter heads ou
fancy bond paper mako Una Christ
mas presents. Let us show you
cample. The Mall Tribune. tt
John Orlovo was down from Pros
pect a few days ulnce.
v M. A. Wntklns and Mrs. Robert
IJond of lllg Applegate wcro In Med
ford and Jacksonville Saturday.
Soft wood J2 a tier. Gold Ray
Mrs. George F. King has Joined
her husband, who recently arrived
nt Lo Angeles from a trip to Mex
ico. J. G. Grubb and Herman Often
bachcr of Applegate transacted busi
ness In our city Saturday,
At a bargain, a good stump-pulling
machine with cable. In fine, condition.
Apply at 433 South Fir street, Mcd
ford. R. II. ISradshaw and Lcm Charley
are down from llrowusboro.
Mrs. J. A. Wilson nnd her grand
daughter, Mlsa Grace, visited In
Oak tier wod for sale. Gold Ray
Miss Urn co l'earco mado a trip to
Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.
y. G. I) rod Icy "f Thrall. Cal., a
In vledfonl, on. ii business visit.
Legal blanks for salo at tlio Mall
Tribune u'flce. , tf
Vernon Vawt:r am' Vance Colvlg,
who havo been .spending their
Thanksgiving vacation ut home, re
turned to, ,Ur of 0. .and O. j. C, re
Vapor batus aud scientific massago
$1.00 for men nnd women. Dr. R.
J, Lock wood, chlroproctcr and nerve
upcclallat, Sou Garnett-Corcy Uldg.
l'lono Home 145,
Mr. nud Mrs, R. W. Telfcr came
from the north Monday, where
Robert Is employed by tlio Ulark
Hcnery Couslructlou company,
Oak tier wod for salo. Gold Ray
Really Co. ,
Miss Allco Huuloy was umong her
Mcdford frlotulH Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. C. Ankouy and her daughter,
Gladys, of Kimono, who liuvo. boon
vUltlng with Mr. uinl Mrs. J. H,
Ortu uud Mr. nud Mrs. A. II. Millar,
left for Jholr homo Saturday even-
'resspasa notices for salo at tho
Mall Trlbuno pfflcc. tf
MImi Lucllo Coburu of Duusmulr.
Cal., Ja.tUA.iiL'iit of,MUis ihvXluan
iKtui vi9bmi r. w. w.xs son
A. S. 9rt MM
Paul, Hansen mado, a business trip
to Yrcka, Cl last week.
Mfsdnmcs W. T. Grieve. j 3. and
George llarnutn ot Jacksonville
shopped In. our city Saturday after
Dr. R, J. Conroy has moved Ills
offlco to tlio Hutchison & Lmusdcn
building. Thcsp offices vyero for
merly occupied by tho commercial
club. Drs. Conroy and Clnncy have
Ocorgo Lance was a recent vis
itor In Gold lllll.
J. W. Meyers, W. l Leaver, J. W.
Jacobs, George Rons, Gus Morris, R.
11. Reamcji and Wm. Chambers of
Central Point transacted business In
For goodness sake, havo R. A.
Holmes, tho Insurance man write,
your Insurance. Ho knows how,
Mrs. Guy Moore of Linn county Is
vtstlng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
A. E. Kellogg ot Gold lllll coun
ty coronor, was In Mcdford Sunday,
Try a Vapor bath for that cold. Dr.
II. J. Lockwood, Garnett-Corcy Bldg..
Phono Home 145.
J, D. Samuels of Modoc orchards
tarried In Medford a while the fore
part of tho week.
Harry Randall was among thoso
from Grants Pass who were In Mcd
Oak aud hardwood $1.50 and $5.00
per cord. .Gold Ray Realty Co.,
Sl.vth and Fir.
Judge Nell was In Mcdford Sat
urday, on bis return to Jacksonville
from a Unit with his son. Frank
Noll, who resides near Butto Falls.
George Jones. "Jr., of Butte Falls
has been visiting relatives living In
Collect those scattered sheets of
music you valuo and havo them
bouud In book form at tho Mall
T. Wnlston of Sterling transacted
busluesH in Medford Monday.
J. E. Harkdull and Robert R. Dow
returned Saturday from a duck-hunting
trip near Willow, Oil.
$2000.00 or fraction thereof to
loan on Improved country real cs
tato at current rates. Carkin &
Taylor, Jackson County Dank Uldg.,
.Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lewis ot Wcl
Icn wcro among tlieh; Mcdford friends
W. E. and II. P. Anderson and W.
Turnbough of Phoenix precinct were
'a'tnSng tho many who camo to Mcd
Rrlng that old hook with torn
binding down and havo It rebound
at Iho Mall Trlbuno offlco, Costs
but little. tf
Mrs, Weiss, Sire. It. D. Dow and
Mrs. O, E. Neuber were down from
Jacksonville Saturday afternoon.
S. Pnttcrsou. J. G. Hurt, G. S. But
ler and Mr. Burns of Ashland wcro
business, visitors In our city Satur
day. Vapor baths, scientific massago.
303 Garnett-Corry nidg. Phono
Constable Slnglcr was on Miss
ouri Flat Saturday, on official busi
ness. p. .0, Hull and his wife of Grif
fin preck have gone to Portland on
an extended y'8 It
Joseph Hoagluud of Willow Springs
district traded with our merchants
Frank Coleman aud Frank Kass
hafer were Medford visitors Satur
day. Vapor baths for men ami women.
Dr. it. J, Loqkwood, Garnett-Corcy
"Souls In Torture," u tho fcaturo
film at tltu Star today uud Tuosday.
It Is manufactured by tho samo com
pany that staged "The Fail of Troy,"
ami has 100 ijcojilp In tho cast.
F- 11. Cowlcti left, Monday evening
for a htiHluchS sojourn at, Portland.
Tho Boyd-Oglo one ring cirrus, di
rect, from tio OakH at Portland, en
trrllu'd ii largo number of Mcdford
IMioplu Sunday uud will put on Its
last performance at tho Nat tonight.
The prices are 25 and 50 cents, aud
children are admitted to any sent for
15, The show has a number of high
class attractions and Is well worth
ltllft.niiniy .. . ,, ,
NEW ORLEANS NOW HAS
A COMMISSION GOVERNMENT
NEW ORLEANS, La., Dee. 2.
Municipal government, ou tlio rum
mlHslqn form Is Inaugurated today In
New Organs yvllh Mayor Martin
Duliruuu, who has Just completed
two terms lu office, sworn lu for
another four, years. , , , .
IJudcr tho nqw .form of, municipal
govorumuut, the niuypr Is uWo com
nilsslouor of public affairs.
STRIKE IS CALLED ON
RAILROAD NEAR EUGENE
KUQKNK, Ore,, Dee. 2. Folluw'm;
iv UucrvufeO in their wugus from i)-2uU
(o $2 for a ten. hour day, huvornl ecv
plpvtt in tltu coiMniL'tiou depurtment
pf tho Portland, Eugene uud r'ut3iu
railway ate today out ou strike. Tlio
strike vvu4 culled by J, r Morgan,
financial secretary of the I. V, V.
TJie men want $2..'i0 for n uiiio
WASHINGTON, Dec 2 That
President-Elect Wilson's determina
tion to postpone tho pomp nnd cere
money which has been a picturesque
part of tho Induction Into office ot
a president since enrly In American
hls'ory, will result lu the passngo
cither at tho coming session of con
gress or early In tho extra session
ot a measure changing tho Inaugural
date to the last Thursday in April,
was lonfldontly prodlctcd by mem
Representative Henry or Texas,
chairman of the house rules commit
ten Is now fathering n bill to this
end. With President Wilson behind
tlvi plau It was believed tho measure,
which has been sidetracked In the
press of lugrcslvc work, would be
rescued from n committee pigeonhole
aud enacted Into law. He said;
Ellmlunlo Had Weather
"l am much gratified over Gover
nor Wilson's suggestion. I will help
In the adoption of my resolution,
w I loll would ellmluato Inclement
weather Inaugurations. Regardless
of tho present status ot the resolu
tion, 1 see no reason why wo should
not rurry out a plan to induct. Mr.
WHmmi Into office March 4, reserving
until n Inter date the more elaborate
features of the ceremonial."
Whllo most ot the representatives
favor tho change, alt the democrats
who have been reached Insist that
whether Governor Wilson wanted It
or not. they will give him n tremend
ous ovation when he Income presi
dent, "The governor has certainly de
cided upon a good plan," said Repre
sentative Clayton, chairman of the
Judiciary committee which reported
tho Henry resolution, but I do not
know whether It will go through at
this time. At any rato his endorse
ment will give Impetus to the pass
age ot tho Henry resolution."
"Two Itltri At n Cherry"
Governor-Elect Sulzer of New York
was dubious about tho plau. "It
look like two bites nt a cherry;." he
commented. "Personally 1 would
llko to seo tho pomp nud ceremony
part of our Inaugurations eliminated.
My plan Is for a sluglo Inauguration
on tho first ot January without any
parado or inaugural ball. Tho presi
dent could tako tho oath aud go di
rectly to the whlto house to get ou
Representative Goodwin of Arkan
sas declared that Governor Wilson
might find it hard to cancel plans
which the democrats already have
made or a big demonstration on
"I think It Improbable that wo
democrats will bo denied the oppor
tunity ot celebrating," ho said. "I
bellevQ Governor Wilson's announce
ment will contribute to tho adoption
of tho Henry resolution." ,
CURE FOR TUBERCULOSIS
(Continued from page 1.)
supply the worhl fur till. time, for Iho
germs multiply very rapidly. I have
Irealed more l.lmii 1,001) cijsgs uud
huvp not lost one except in iiisluiice
where tho. vitality vvioi so low that
iiolliinu' could mivu the patient. Of
course, tint imiim im' iml restore l"t
lungs or lissues. It only Kills tuber
eiilosis Kcrms wherever it encounters
Answering ipieiii-s as lo when he
would send liU seiuiii In thw I'nit'-d
Slates and ns lo ils cost, Mr. Fried-
man wild thiit reprcseulafivcH of
several Aun'i'ieuii luterests are en
mute to Id-rliu und that the ipirxlion
of American rights will mil he settled
until they arrive. He said Hie treat
ment would he inexpensive uud tint
dohes would eofct less than if 1 a do.eii
In. ipaiiulnctuiT. The speed of the
cure, atjeitiJiiig. .to Mr, Friedman, ia
Talked Willi Patients
"I saw and conversed with ninny
patients," sail) Shepherd. "I suvv u
boy, entirely cured, whose leg hud
rotted nwny almost to Iho hip. 1 saw
men who hud hciiiorrlingcH, night
sweats, fever uud had been ill hospi
tals who had been eared in a few
weeks ami returned to work idler
oulytoiio, injection J saw ,.frj wiu
vviih bom lid'ormilnih ""d whoso Iptpd
hud rotted iJumiK" eighteen yeurs, wlio
was cured by one treiituient in four
weeks. I saw cleuu-healed scars ou
hands, on arms and necks und bodies
f clillilrcu where once had been lor-;-iblu
uud supposedly incurable tuber
culosis sores. These patients uud
many more told mo of their marvelous
sturies. Anyone who bus seen what
I have sc!ii here must bo convinced
that Ur, Friedman has given the
world the huppiest Christmas ex
cept one that tho world bus ever
Legal ulanks at Mull Trlbuuo.
FLURRY IN STOCKS
NK.W YOI5K, Ikv. . DreUou tr
Iho I'niled Slnlos tnipreiuo eoutl !
IV llml tlie llnriimnu merger of Lie
luioii I'acll'io nmt tlio Southern IV
eitie should he immedtulety nullified
etuiM'd u flight flinty m the uluiket.
lodny hut sloeks iintunlintely rnllil.
Southern I'tu-ifiV. when the doeiV
ion vn unuouueed nt once I ell fium
HI 1-1 to 108 1- and then iceov
ervd to lit) KJ. The Miles went
8,100 diurv in Iho llrM Imlf limir
Union Pneifio dropped from 171 7-H
to Hill nnd then recovered t lt ,V&
The Miles wcro 0,700 luuv fur the
fitt hull hour.
I'niou Pacini' preferred mlvuliecd
(I l-'J (Kiiiils on the theory that u
remljntnieiit of tin. merger would
GIRLS BEAT UP K00DERS
WHO ATTEMPT TO ROB THEM
SPOKANE, Wash, Dee 2. -Five
pretty young girls, Catherine linge
lohs, Eleanor Swanson, Nndluo Frank
Delia Burnish nnd Ina Jones are be
ing congratulated today ou the way
they "beat up" two highwaymen
who tried to hold them up while
they woro driving ou tho Morau
prairie road. Miss LaiiKolotm nu
swerrd a sharp command to throw
up her hands by hitting one of the
road agents across the face with n
buggy whip. Ho rau whimpering
Into the brush nearby Then Miss
Snuusuu throw her metal purm nt
the other one, hitting him in the faro
aud forrlug him to tleo also. The
other girls showed fight.
ACTIVITY AT LA PINE
(Continued from Page One)
contractors had In the neighborhood
ot 200 men strung out rlearlug the
light at way from Lava Hutto south.
Peoplo by the hundreds from nearly
every state In the union wrru rush
lug into the La 1'iuo country.
Land locators, townsllo agents
aud real estate dealers alt were ou
the Jump, when suddenly, about tho
middle of May, all work ceased with
out warning. Tho development of
the entire Walker basin has been
practically at a ittandsttll vlnce that
time. """ -
Coach Moors Reslnrts
EUGENE, Ore., Dec. 2. The dec!
slou of Gordon C. Moors, nudstaut
footbull coach at Oregon University
to retire from this poaltlou at lice.
Is causing regret tday. Moors de
clares his business Interests will ab
solutely prevent his serving another
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR EXCHANGE 120 acres, SO
acres fine bottom, 15 acres under
ditch. 1 1 acros bearing, js.'.OO.
Tuko city property. Clark Realty
W. D. Merrick, Munugcr
At a Great Cost of tho Famous
BOYD AND OGLE
Old Time One-ltitig
SUNDAY, DEC. 1st, and MONDAY, DEO. 2nd
KPKCI.YL .MATINEE HI.NDAY, DKCEMUEIt 1ST, Sl.fMl P. M.
Tho most educated horso In tho world. Tho horso with Iho
human brain. Professors arc specinlly Invited to see this wonderful
net. The horso will answer all ijucstlous put to him. Will pick out
tho most beautiful uud ulso tho ugliest lady lu tho uudlaucu.
Tho Roller Skating Hear -
TRAINED ANGORA GOATS
III Hazardous Feats or Euucstrlsulam
Oldest Clown in America, ami ills Famous Trick Mule
PROF. FRED 4'AKEV
Tho Marvel and Idol of Iho Athletic Uulvoruo
Thp Acrobatic Arabian Horsy
, . - 111(1 ACTS
. On account. of tho upper flurir being too nmall tho circus per
formances will bo given ut thcnkatiiig rink lloor, '
ilOOO SEATS ROOM FOR ALL ilOOO SEATS
ADMISSION SMc, ,11C
Children will bo admitted all over nt Kit', '
Any nore that fo obstinate or slow In Jira1lnbh6iiUtcaiiSQBtirihlcl0rt nntl
nut the fliifrcrcron' guard. Jvlany nn itlccr which1 could havo been cured u
It bad lcti properly trrMed, In time, hart lcen allowed to remain open un
til it became infected with wiuc degenerate poison front tho outside which
wade ita malignant, eating Horc, Host old sores come from an Impure
nnd polluted condition of the blood and can be healed if the circulation is
cleansed and purified of the predisposing cause. To attempt to cure a
chronic ttlccr with patves, washes, lotloitB, etc, ia trifling witU what may
become a aerloua condition. 8. 8. 8. hcala chronic wlccra in, a, perfectly
Natural way. It goes down into the blood aud, removes the impurities ami
fciorbld uiattcra which, are tho means of keeping the
TTT!r"m pUe opens then the sore is bound to heal, Not only
-C " C J doea 8. S. 8. cleanrie tho circulation but it reatores its
w5r2l nfS powers, and alda ia promoting the ncccBHarv
j iiualitnis (or good health. 8. 8. 8. builds new flesh
Vtlssue from the bottom of the ulcer to the outer skin
nnd makes a permanent cure. Book Ou. Sorea and Ulcers and medical ad
vice free to all who write aud requenttidmc.
(M,.t THE SWM SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA. .
MILLAR SELLS CAFE ,
The Muuhulliili cafe tins been sdd
liv llcorge II. Mllhir to n slock om
puny headed by lleniiiiu llnffiicr,
fotiner chef ul the Unlet Holland. M1
llaffuer will net as chef und in lu
nger. Others lit the puicluistng com
imny nit' lluy Muuter, W. A. Aultoi'.
nud Iv. V. Short. A rnitheiuunouiico.
incut of ehunges in tho direction ot
the eitfo will be made Inlet in tlio
week. (I. II. .Millar, former owner,
liiw. nothing to xnv us lo bis phm-v
for tho future,
CONGRESS IN SESSION
(Continued from pago 1,)
monies. Tho senate mourned In It
bereavement of Vice President Sher
man nud former Senator llcybimi. ut
Idaho, both of whom died during the
recess since last AtiRiist.
In tho house, n hnti-doii'tt mahog
any desks, covered with flowers, nud
draped with crepe, brought n tear tu
tho eye of many returning members.
Out of respect to their deceased
members both houses adjourned with
lu a very few minutes aftor conven
ing, after transacting minor uud nee-i-Kxary
Senator Hoot, of New York, lu a
feeling eulogy, officially annouiired
In the senate the death of Vice Presi
dent Sherman, lu whoso obscure, the
president pro tempore of th senate,
Senator llaiou, acted as presiding of
ficer Senator llorah. ot Idaho, fol
lowed the New York senator, with the
announcement uf the death of his for
mer colleaguer Senator Hcyburn.
Resolutions were then passed ex
pressing tho deep sorrow of Iho sen
ate, nud hj in pa thy for Iho bereaved
families The senate then adjourned
Similar recognition of their dead
was made lu the house.
Drive Dill (.' anil ,Mnirnc- nt Oinr
unit End D)sk-iU
Don't complain; if your mnals do
not digest get a 50 cctil box of Ml-O-
S'A Stomach Tablets today and stop
distress, gas, sourness, fermentation
and that lump or lead feeling lu five
And why ihould any seuslhlu per
son over suffer from any stomach
trouble, when Chas. Strang Is au
thorized to refund the purchase price
to any dissatisfied person It MI-O-NA
Stomach Tablets do not do away
with Indigestion, Acute or Chronic
Dyspepsia, Dizziness, Nervousness
For Vomiting of Pregnancy and
the effects of over-eating, drinking
or smoking they are simply lino.
? --'"' -
Xltias Post Cards
One Cent Each
Vi are shnwiiiK tin- I'tal liiif of NVv Year tuitl
Clii'istnias .Post Cards lo lie si-en in Mi'iU'ord.
All at tlu oho prifo, On Cont uat'lt. Don't put
off your buying ol" IIiphu until tlio lino lias all
lu't'ii piokod ovt'i'.
$1.00, $1J0 and l.f0
EACH 50 CENTS
Also a lino ol Hoys'
hound Hooks. Hottor
buy while the selec
tion oC titles are good.
v are flouring out our entire line of Ladies',
Missed' nnd Hoys' Vests, Hants and I'liioii Suits.
II we have what you want we will certainly save
you money on the aboc.
BE SURE AND LOOK OVER OUR BARGAIN
TABLE-WE ARE CLOSING OUT
J "Wo havo the finest lot. ol
lord. Prices are right.
f Cut flowers that aro fresh. Hulbs, Iv'ose Hushes
a lino line.
MEDFORD GREEN HOUSE
t Phono 374.1.
Jacksonville Brick and
OUR DRAIN TILE STANDS ALL TESTS
Exaniino our goods and got our prices before buying
D. CROSSLEY & SONS
04 FTAuklln St., Now Yoik
APPLES and PEARS
Vo ha,vo our own honici In,
( . , ,nkv voik, ki,ivi:m'oor, London anh HiAsuow
Direct coinlgnmcntatollcltcil or
IJ L '.
Nearly a quartor of u contury undor tho Bttmo
I IIIW W II I ' , lll.Him ,
Jackson f County Bank
It has Biicceeded bcuauso of
, t -
8pund,nos3 of principlo ' '
Bcqnomy of inana'goiuout . .
Safety of investinont
. . Qpurteous and liboral troatuipnt
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $176,0Hr'.OO .
W. I. Vawtor .Prcsidont O. R. Lindloy, Vioo Pros.
0. W. McDonald, Qjishior
We are showing Iho
largest assortment of
Fancy and Hand Col
ored Calendars in tlie
pity -each in separato
box ready to mail.
10 to 5ty
feu is over grown in Mod-
923 E. Main
ncfl our Iloiuo Ulver reprrnciitntlvo,
- i'i - i.,.