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MTCDFOTID MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OK BOON, AV RON MS DAY, DECKMBMR 1, 1012.
Dr. 1. 1. Geary, ot Portland, n
pioneer of Medford, nrriicd Tuesday
lo look after his Orlfflii creek brchitrd
William WcrlR, perioral manager
of the iviclfle A Karterii railroad has
returned from1 a trip tb Portland.
Mayor "W, M. Canon has returned
from a trip In Portland and Salem
In th6 Interests ot his candidacy for
United States mashall under the
Wilson administration. Ho reports
chicnos bright, having received many
Krult iabels In any color printed
by tho Matt Tribune. tt
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Sampson ot
Ashland arc lii Metlford on a short
Artistic designs fur pillows on
Reed material, 35c, at Tho Handi
craft Shop. . 21S
Harry D. llo'yd ot Weed, Cal., Is
vIsltlnR Medford friends.
Phono us your orders for milk,
crenni, butler and buttermilk. Two
deliveries, dally. It. It. Creamery.
iiobSrt W. Teltcr ot tho Clark
Honery Construction company is In
Medford on business.
Mrs. Hallldayllalght, contralto
pupil ot Marches!, (Paris), Itandcg
ger (England), Gcorgo Sweet, Os
car Saeager, New York, will receive
pupils for vocal culture at residence
studio, 403 Oakdale avenue, South.
Phono Main 7262. 223
C. E. Hado of tho Jacobson Bade
company Is in Medford on business.
Mr. nado has Just returned from an
extended eastern trip.
Free lessons in embroidery work
at Tho Handicraft Shop. 218
P. C. Garrett was down from Ash
Carkln & Taylor (John H. Car
ktn and Glenn O. Taylor), attorneys-at-law,
over Jackson County Bank
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine KItim attend
eded a social function at Jackson
ville Tuesday night.
Tho Roso Maiden is coming.
Mr. and Mrs, W. O. Meyers of
Gold Hill wero among their Medford
Oak and hardwood $4.50 and $5.00
per cord. Gold Ray Itcalty Co.,
Sixth and Fir.
MIS O'N'ell of Horabrook, Cal.; Is
making a visit la this city.
Real home-made bread at DeVoe's.
J. G. Gftynor mado a business trip
to San Francisco recently.
Artistically printed letter heads on
fancy bond paper mako fino Christ
mas presents.' Let us show you
samples. The Mall Tribune. tt
R. L. Dusenberry and his family
ot Sarfllno creek were la Medford
and Jacksonville Tuesday, attending
tho funeral of tho lato Roy Loveless.
Soft wood $2 a tier. Gold Ray
C. H. Bade and Jacob Miller came
down from Portland Tuesday, for a
abort business visit in Medford and
other places In this valley.
. Rose Maiden, Doc. 17th at Xat.
Contractor Stowart and his wife
went south Tuesday afternoon.
At a bargain, a good stump-pulling
macblno with cable, in fino condition.
API'ly at 433 South Fir street, Med
ford. Word was received Wednesday of
tho death of Mrs. M. F. MacCown at
Portland Tuesday. Sho was very
well kuown In thla city.
Oak tlor wod for sale. Gold Ray
W. L. Walsh of Hoscburg has been
spending a few days In Hoguo river
Legal blanks for saio nl tho Mall
Tribune office. tf
11. G. ilrown and V. I'clouzc wero
over from lXslo Point one day this
Oak tier wod for ualo. Gold Ray
Porter J. N'cff has returned from
Klamath Falls, whero ho delivered
tlio address at tho Ellis' momorlal
Tresspass notices for sare at tho
Mall Trlhuno office tf
S. S. McKorchur. a woll known
operator in timber lands, was on tho
south, b'onnd train Tuesday, eh route
to Ashland from Iloseburg.
For goodness sake, have R. A,
lJbiines, tlio insurance man wrlto
your lusurance. He knows how.
W. Harrison of Josephine county,
formerly a resident of Brownsboro
district, waa a Atcdford visitor Tues
day. Rose Maiden, Dec. 17th at (Nat. '
James if. Gracu of Central Point
spent u few hours In Medford Tues
day. W. 11, yenalilo camp ovor from
Applegate. Tuesday but did not re
Weeks cVMcGoWan Co.
y rim am
Kifkt VfcoaMi . W. wms W71
Jsm ' CTf 9Qv9
T. W. Dally, who baa bcctfmo an
"hbMrtt ftranfeor," was'ln ttiwn Tuel
District Attorney Mulkey was In
Aiillatiil Tuesday on legal business.
UK R, J. Cortroy liai moved hti
otfiro to tho Hutchison & Lumsden
building. Thcso offices worn for
merly occupied by tho commercial
club. Drs. Conroy and Clancy tiavo
Wdlborh Becson of Titlent tarried
n fow hours In Medford Tubsday af
ternoon. Oak and hardwood $4.G0 and $5.00
per cord. Gold Ray Realty Co.,
Sixth and Fir.
Geo. W. Frcy of Lnko creek spont
Tuesday night In our city.
Collect thoso scattered Bhcots of
music oti valuo and havo them
bound In book form at tho Mall
F. J. Alexander Is making North
ern California n business visit.
$2000.00 or traction thereof to
loan on Improved country real cs
talo at currcut rates. Carkln &
Taylor, Jackson County Bank Bldg.,
Conro Flbro of Central Point pre
cinct made a trip to Medford Tues
Bring that old book with torn
binding down and havo It rebound
at tho Mall Trlbuno oftlco. Costa
but Utile. tt
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Sparlin of Wil
liams creek wero in Medford and
Vapor baths, uclcntiflo massage.
Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Daley have re
turned from a short trip north.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Williamson
liao been making rclathcs living at
Central Point a visit.
203 Garnctt-Corcy Bldg. Phone
llomo 145. '
Vapor baths for men and women
Dr. R. J. Lockwood, Garnctt-Corcy
Dr. K. Klrcbgsssncr, who has
been living up at Trail for several
years and making weekly profes
sional visits to Medford has decided
to tako up his permanent residence
in tho city and has secured a sulto of
rooms at tho Holland. Mrs. Kirch
Ressner, who Is now visiting in Spo
kane, Is expected to soon return to
Mark Cross gloves for women at
Daniels For Duds exclusively. 2 IS
Mrs. Wni. Stewart ot Los Motlnas,
Cal.i who has been visiting In Med
ford for a month with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kribbs, returned
to her home Wednesday morning.
.Tyson Beall and Al Pankey ot
Central Point wero Medford visitors
tho forepart of tho week.
School Superintendent Wells was
over from Jacksonville Tuesday af
ternoon. DUxbak Cravancttcd Mackinaw
coats for men and women sold ex
clusively by Daniels For Duds. 21S
Gcorgo L. Huff, tho miner, was In
Medford Tuesday, on his way to Gold
Hill from his mlno on Forest creek.
8. P. Denoboaiui T. L. DcVore, J.
Hartman and O. X. 'Nelson ot Jack
sonville transacted business In Med
Mr. and Mrs. Potcr Peacock (neo
Mary Ann Adams) of Del Norto
county, Cal., visited In Medford and
Jacksonville Tuesday. They keep a
betel on tho road td Crescent City.
Tho remains of the laic Roy Love
less, who died at Yoncolln n few days
since, from heart diseaso, wero In
terred in tho Jaclcfioiivlllo cemetery
Tuesday afternoon. Tho deceased
waa a former resident of Josephine
county and 72 yeara old.
Thosd unusually good looking
Mackinaw coats so popular with men
and women this season wero sold by
Daniels For Duds. 218
Mrs. W. II, Ferguwln ami Mrs. K.
Ltcebc, also Misses Pearl Rosa and
Klbrenco Stcdrns werb recent lsl
lore In Medford.
Dan F. Drlscol! of Klamath coun
ty Is making our city u business
M, P. Jacoby of Tolo was Hi Med
ftlrd Tuesday afternoon.
J. G. Dunnlugton or Jacksonville
and H. dffonbachcr ot Apptogato
spout several hours in Medford,
looking alter shipments of stock
Gcorgo Kolhagen of 'looebiirg, a
well khbwn stock buyer, has been III
Iho valley during the week.
Twenty of tho very nowcsl ladles'
mannish. coats arrived ut Daniels For
Duds today. All are pattern coats
and exclusive with us. Only ouo of
each pattern. 218
'Tho regular session ot tho city
council .called for Tdesday was post
poned until Thursday night, duo to
the absonco ot Ma) or Canon on bus
iness In Portland. At the mcotliig
Thursday night matters relative to
the franchise ot the electric light
company will bo discussed, and it Is
expected thut stops toward definite
action will bo takcli at this time.
Lelloy Loveless, for many years a
resident of Josephine county and un
til recently living on Williams creek
died at Yoncalla oil Saturday, aged
ttibilt 70 years Tho body was taken
o Jacksonville Tuesday for Inter
ment Hi Iho Jacksonville cemetery.
Twd' sisters. Mrs. Rdbort Dusenber
ry, tit (iM lilll and Mrs. Hadlu Coffeu
ot brants Pass, were with hi in at the
tlnld ot hU death.
Joe Wilson rbllirned WoUhefcdriy
frc-ra a visit ul Portland,
r- too big to Work
II sLLLH jE'S flssLLsB
KT M f i J 'LwsLwsLwsLwsl
ILL BUT 20 MINUTES
CROSSES LAST DIVIDE
After having been III but 30 min
utes, Iter. W. M. Smith of Talent died
Tuesday afternoon ut apoplexy. Ilu
had been nppnrctitb perfectly well
through the day tuul voted at tho
city election. The stroko canio In
tho afternoon attbr Up Urtd returned
to bin homo from down lown.
Rev. Mr. Smith a fl yours ot
age. Ho leaves n tvlfo and ten chil
dren. Xuoma, of Kenuewtck, Wash.,
Mabel of Fluey. Wash., Myrtle,
I, Inn. .Mluulo and Walter ut Spo
kane, and Mil ford, lliuel, Mlltiud
and Robert hit of Talent, Ho waa
pastor of the Christian church, tak
ing has pastorate In Talent In July
otter tuning served at Spokane.
TO BE J
Poor Uttlo Crossflcld Uarrl
lie Is only sere n feet, six inches tali
or thereabouts. Ho has been rated too
big for work, and yet not bnwy enough
to stand oft jyi army ot Barbary Coast
That Is why he la In the city prison
In Sun Francisco, Cat., charged with
exhibiting a deadly weapon (ho calls it
cannon, and It does, In fact, resemble
a howitzer) In a rudo and threatening
manner, and that Is why he declares lu
vigorous language that Mhe ain't had a
darn bit of luck since he left tho range
down yonder In Texas."
THERE SHOULD BE TRUANT
OFFICERS SUNDAY SCHOOLS
SACRAMENTO. Dee. I. There
should be trunlit officers Tot" Sunday
schoel: its well us for the public
Tins is n sort of Hupptemcnt to
the deeoioguc laid down here today
by Kniest K. Elliott, imtionnl heere-
lury of the Brotherhood of I)it.eip1cs
of Christ, in nn nddress before tho
People ulio make their children '
to school throughout tho week, but
nllow them to remain nwny from
Sunday school tiro criminally negli
gent, he mvs.
SLAYER SURRENDERS WITH
A SELF-DEFENSE STORY
NAPA. Cal. Dec. 4. Claiming
be shot In self defense. Cress Carey,
alleged slayer of Fred Neuenschwan
der, wealthy rancher, surrendered
today to tho sheriff here. Ho had
been hiding In Napa slnco the tragedy
a week ago.
Carey asserts ho quarreled with
Ncucnschwandcr when tho latter
charged him with being too atten
tive to Mrs. .Xcueuschwuiidor. it Is
expected the grand jury Mill return
a first degree murder Indictment
against Carey. v
AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Dr. rinon preached lal night lo
an attentive audience. "PhIm' He-
hponsch lo llie (Jo'iK.,l Message' wuh
liirt llieme. An interr-diii;; aemcc
tonight nl 710.
KcroiK! fthoutd h" iuteienlcd in
tlniMo incolings iih nolliliic mure Ini
iKirtuul in MfilTord in eluimuiK Iho
ulleiitiun of nil.
Tomorrow ut .');'I0 n mrcling fit the
ehureli fur tlio 7lli mid 8lli gnidea
of the hcIiooIs. Youi' help is needed
to liiuke f liit jnrk u iiit jui'comu.
PRISONERS FIRE JAIL
AND BURN TO DEATH
rilOWLKY. La., Doc. i Charged
with drunkenness and held in Jail,
thruo prisoners sought revenge by
sotting ftro to their prison hero to
day. All wero bnrued to death. Tho
lctlms Include William Collier or
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOIt itKNT Klght room, moderii
bungalow, West Fourth utreot,
near Olson. A. S, Hilton, Ct8
Weat Main street. 2 ID
FOIt SALHNow seven H. P. motor
c)cle in perfect cdhditlon, time
aymout8. Address Box .'10, iafe
Mall Trlbuno, 231
PURE FOOD LUNCHEON IS
SERVEDTO SOCIETY LADIES
PASADUNA. VuU 1'-- ! IWn
deun vlubwoineu lire today tild,viu
the nfler effcetM of u puro lood
luuclieoii Kervctt lt Dr. .Mnrgnri't
(toeltler nl (Im yhuke'tH'im' elub, in
whu'li I'ltmlv iiuiite of limn and eof
ft't fixun liauniuiK were (xplenl de-
licneieM. Dr. Ooelllcr iimi ndied
rlubomeu lu stop dnnking cot'lVe
with milk mid tMtgnr, and to lnko to
hiske. rs it i lc- injunous.
INDIANAPOLIS. Iml . Dec 1.
Cross examination of Frank M. Itynti,
president of tho International Asso
ciation of Bridge and Structural
Ironworkers, ono ot the defendant
In tho so-called dyiunllto conspiracy
trial here, was resumed today In the
t'nltcd States court. Federal Dis
trict Attorney Charles W. .Miller
questioned Hyatt rvcarding tho ar
rest nt Somerset, !n.. of George
O'DouncIl, an Ironworker, In con
nection with dynnmltligs. It) an ad
mitted spending Jl.aoo to secure
Poland Pleads Not Guilty
SAX FRANCISCO, Cal.. Dec. I.
Wallace I. Poland, former cashier of
tho International Harvester company
of America, who Is under Indictment'
on two counts of forgery and em
bezzlement In connection with short
ages found in his accotinU, appeared
before Superior Judge Dunne today
and pleaded not guilty. .-,,. .
The'casu was then continued until
December tl to bo set for trial.
Poland Is being hold nt the coun
ty jail In default ot $10,000 ball.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fisher of Phoe
nix, tarried u short tlmo In Medford
DO YOU OWN A
Then you ought to know that drug
gists everywhere will furnish u
with a bottlo of Booih'd IIYOMCI
for only 50c tt
Pour n fow drops of HYOMljl
Into tho Inhaler and start thU very
day to breathe till! oothlng, healing
vapor and destroy the Catarrh genus.
With ccy package of 1IYO.MKI
comes a little booklet which explains
how easy It Is (o end lliu misery of
Catarrh. Croup, Sore Throat, Bron
chitis and Deafness cHUKed by
But host of all Clias. Strang Is au
thorized to refund our money If
ilYOMUl dorxn't do Just what It Is
advertised to do , If )oii haven't tho
IIYO.MKI Inhaler ask for tho com-
plctO Otltfit, $1 DO.
Thiil tho Unit Auderxon-llnlio l'i
eutii ten round lioul next Friday ulghl
Is Ihe bigget (Iriiuinif ennt Here yet,
in hIiowii Iiv the Imue daily utleitd-
uiu'o of thu fnitft iu wuteh ttte 1iuh
It is iml Hrv ol'lcn (hut it lowu
Iho sixo iiL' Med tuul eitti offur u hu.
luir itltntvtlon mteli uh the Anderson
I'iento bout, it U n well made maleli
nud one which would ffell nalNI'v
San FrnueUeo or l.os Anueles light
goei'ii, whcrii Ihev uro In tlio habit of
utleudiui; ehumpinuhtp 'oultwH.
I'leulo benrn nil established repu
tation mid is regarded by spoil crit
ics iih n liuislii'd riiis miut. tin lias
come lo iho front mpidly mill will
mioii bo knocking ut Iho door li u
In Kuiin; nguiust AndiMNoii, t'leato
will know Hint ho ban met some nu;
lliero is no lellinc how Reed n boy
(he Vuut'ouveiilo is when Idieed to
extend himself. Several prominent
loenl fans who wlliies-ed tlio Wol-
guHt-ltltcliic coiilchl nl San h'nuu'is
i'o, eauio back with thu rrpott that
in I luir opinion Hud AiidciMiu woldd
have u good ehuiiee wilh either Wol
gust or Ititehle, utnl there me u lot
of other hum who think tho nmc
wiy. mid would bo williuj; In back up
their judgment with u little coin of
If Audertton cuii defeat Pieato it.
will be ti bh; fetilher in Hud's rap
nud will fulitlo him lo muii consiil-
orntioti muoiii; the Inp-iiotehei-s; on
the other hand ! Ii n deeitiou to
I'iento wutibl Im no M-tlnek fur An
derson, its lheh Ale indeed might
few boys in (he gatno who eon irore n
win Oxi'r this I'iento lad via ttm ten
Both Auderoou nud I'iisilo went
throuch their iisuul workouts jester-
day iifternooii and regardless of the
outcome, neither man will have miy
fxi'ties to offer, ns thry nru both in
SMALL BLAZE ON SOUTH
CENTRAL SCORCHES HOME
A small btiuo in the kitchen of A.
White'' home on South I'eutrnl inc
line Tuesday was rc)nHic for u
run by thu department. The fire did
little damage other than scoreliiug
Medford" Printing company carry
a full tine ot legal blanks.
Do your Xmas
Jacksonville JBrick and
OUR DBAIN TILE STANDS ALL TESTS
Examine our goods and got our ni-k-os buloro buying
FOB HALK 'Oood, gontlo family
liorso. Also buggy for ualo very
cheap. 401 King Bi Phono IMI
FfJit Itk.NT Threo ioom furnished
biingalow, pleabUnt location, closo
til oh jlaVcd strcot.. Itiiiiiro ut
C27 8. Holly or photi, Main 7711.
FOB ItKNT Nicely furnlBhed hotiso,
lumilro 02a S. Ivy S(.' 2211
When S. S. S. Cures
ThrtT til tin Ifttttitrt tifint- rtin f fl & tjrd rMif nnirmd VinA 1tin.
.,w su sv WVASOM VfcW MM Wf aw VIIHI,UMU MIVUU i VlfMU
because this Pleat bldod remedy sd thoroughly cleansc-H the circulation
that not (1 particle 61 the did vlrtiJl is left. After tho blood has been puri
fied by S. S. 8 this vital fluid is as free from Infection ns It was before, thb
treatment or CohtafeltJuu Hiood Pdlsdb la that tills uicdicinb fltrctigthetitl
njtd builds Up the Htdtftdcll alitl digestive members while It 1.1 purifying the
blood. Thus all the eyetemlc strength is left to assist in the. cliuiiiiatlon
of the virus. S, 8. S. is the one certaiii cure for this powerful blood disor
der. Tills claim is not based Upon the uedtiheut of a few cases' here, arid
there, butlts nuccewl extends ttvfcr nricriod of iliofe. than forty years. DUr
Itic; this time thousands urJbn thoushiids litive found n btiro by the tltia
of this sreut remedy Mtill nil ere VvlUIng to testify that thbte wan iit
,,comc-bjlck"afterft.8. 8. Uhd drlvctt the yirtis out. 8. fl. 8. dbea not
contain a particle of, harmful mlncralj it cait bo used .vflth perfcctpafetyiiy
any one. w IIotuc,Tretm;Ht Hook and any wedlcat advlcq frcq tp allt
".,. ATM SWIFT SPECIFIC C AJLaHTA C4 ,
si iu m M
Hit. ! . ' . ' l t?l
Here's the 4lHeidw Cloth Hat
YOU young fellows who want
snap and dash and liveliness
- lii'i'o'u I lu lull I'm you. You ran gel tlioin in
cIicpIch, and all shades. Yps, you van inalHi
up with your now fall sail. Thoy Vo grt'ijj. Tor
a lcuiK'Uabou(. Coiuo iu and take a loOlc al
ANY SIZE ipi.5 TO JjW.OO
And when ou're in the stole,
muKe up iinr uiliid to look ui tho
Utfw iwkwili Yint'll llud tlieiil lu
belted bunk models, plaited h.tuk
ro.its. short nuts. H.iHlic sldrt
mints nud laRlans, Just tlio kllul thnl
look woll on jeiini: collenn and
liulneN liu'ii Tllej'ro prlicd with
in reason loo
$12.50 TO $!S(MM
Daniels for Duds
Sovonth and Central
TRADE CRxC MARK
Start the season off rlxht lu this active man's iitidiryoftr.
There's quick freedom and KtiiiK'tltllllK coinfiirt lu lljls
'union suit that - rail t uup In the enl- -run t bind In Iho
ctotch. All style, sites nud fabrics, $1.26 lo fC.UO.
Come III uti'J let us show )Oii.
SOI FrouUlii HI., New York
APPLES and PEARS
We havo our own houses In
Ni:V YOUK, UVKHI'OOI Ml.NIHl.V AM) OU1SOOW
Direct eonslRnmenta solicited or sco our itocun Itlror roprosotitallro.
CHRIS GOTTLIEB Medford, Orogon
Nearly tt quat-tcr of a century uudor tho saino
Jackson County Bank
It lias succeeded, because of
BbuiiiTtlOfM of nl'iiiciplu
Ecoiioniy il' limiiagoinent
Safety of JiiVcUtmoiiL
CbiirteoiiB a nU 'liberal Ircatinent
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $175,000.00 '
V. I. Vuwlor ,'PrcHidont 0. li. fiindloy, Vieo Pros
Dit-cctjrom Our Factory
SCR08S rANCL D00R8-.Mk (ml iiilllr
KiUrmilM'il 1.1 !. at ... . ,,h 91.40
CJIIAJTSMAH INTSllIOR DOOHS-I'.l.tii
K.tlar tn. k iml utouliMi llilf Siil.lmU
ainl liinclilui' naniliiil . Sl.TS
COTTAQE WIHDDWS -Veir flntt tilllr
Willi fiucjr ilialm luii f!.7S V, ili,lii l.i v
bASEMBNT BASH, l ! mi,l 10 ilnl, k
f(r.fi.li l, up (mill, ,, ,, ,,,, Mi
I'l.lii, iii than i ,.,,,,, . ,, , 4 to
IN81D8 riNlSIt lit ! Ilixl In it UwU,- ik.
jyH'J r wt ,. S0o
INSIDE POOH riHISH, mio l.lo onlr, .UOo
wiLLtAMs "oo ld beAl" itodrtwd
1 I'!, .r CcilUf inn . l ,,, ,.11.84
2-l'ljr, wr lul I uf 1(W w fl ... , ... M.ttt
!i-Vlf, l)t lull uf III M l . ,i.oo
ASIC iron CATAWO M0, t)1
V w II .uiey uii1 tlilp vvi-iwlit t Oml r
lu AIL. UuJrUH-iul !!(. (lull l,!,Ji(;iwl)lri i
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