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MroroitD Mail tribune
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t,tho Donioerntle Tlm". Tho Mclfonl
Mall. TD ilfilfjuM Tribune. Thi Hoiiiii
f fn Urrnvnhtiif Tli Anlilsim' Tribune.
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uriicir .ian Tnutinn imiuwnK, zo-zt-ss
North Fir Mr'!! nhonr, Main sou.
OHOnrilJ PUTNAM, KiMor nnd MnRr
Kntrcil ,n jecorul-'clfts.v matter all
Mfelfonl, Oregon; jujdrr the net ofj
.MOrcil i, IBlV,
Offlrtol tpsir of Id City of Medford.
Urr of Jnclinon County
One year, ly mull Md
Ono motitti, by mail .to
IVr month, tlcllvcrfii by carrier In
MraUnril. JncVtsonvllla nml Cen
tral Point. ,... .89
FMiirday only, by mall, or yrnr !0f
Weekly, prr year . . l.so
'' sweax cihcu&atxoit. '
rnlly MtrnK for Hpvrn months end
Inn November 30. 1911 S7SI
Tho Mall Trlbuno Ik m aaln at the
Perry Nw Wand, Fan 1"rahclnni
Portland Hotel New Stand. IVrtland.
Portland Nevra ( Portland. Ore
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rail LMndVIn United Frtta
Metropolis r Fmh-fn OrrRfth and
Northern California, and tho fastest-
lirtuvlnir city In Oregon
H. crnus 1J10 SStO:
. live mmurt-u inouami uoiinr iimvuy
Water Hyatem completed. Riving flnent
aiiMity linn mountain water, and 13
nillen of ntreetx imvrd.
PoMnfflcn rweliit for year ending
NovemiKT SO, 1911, Bliow increase of 19
Manner fruit city In Orouon Hocue
HIvit HpltivnlterK apple won sweep
stakes prlie nnd title of
"AcoU Kin of tat Wotl"
i.. . . ... - .... . ..
al (lie JNutlonal A
PDlo Kttnw. rnoxane.
and a car of Newton n won
rirat Prica lit 1910
at Canadian International Apple Show,
Vancouver. II. C.
T rint Ttif In llt
At Spokane Niitlonul Applo Hliow won
ly carlojid of Ncntmvnx.
IIobiio lllver iHar brouijlil lilclieat
price In all market of the world dut
Ing the pant alx year.
FROM JL PALZER
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 2. Luther
McCnrty totlny hits undisputed jxs
pc-ion of the "white" heavyweight
t'linmiuonehip belt donated by "111
0I0 Tom" McCnrey to the winner in
his scries of. elimination bouts. Mc-
Cnrty, clinched his right to the holt
yestcrdny when he defeated Al Pnl
zar, Tom O'ltonrkc's "hope."
,ircCarty cntcrvd the riiiR n futor
ite al odds of ten to eight. The big
cowboy wan f aster nnd iuiichetl
harder throughout the bcven(ecn
roundn rior to the period when tha
referee stopped the -tifihi to 5ave
Palter from a knockout. SfcCarly
blinded his op;onent in nlmost every
round and in the eighteenth it looked
like r sure knockout when the referee
stepped between the men nml uwnrded
the deciniou to ifeCnrly.
GEORGE IL US
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SAN DIEGO, Cal., Jan. 2.
deorgo S, Hill of Los Angeles, in a
Mat car yesterday wop the (tret San
Iego county automobile road race,
making tho distance ot 183 miles in
four haurji, fUtoght minutes and
Dob Uurwian, driving a Dcnz, had
u, breakdown and did not finish,
W. H, Smith, in a Mercer, was sec
ond. W. II. Carlson In a Stuts was
The time was considered remark
able, ii8 thero aro many turns and
IiIrIi grades on the route, which in
cluded a wida nrca ot tho county.
Thero were no accidents. Thousands
viewed tho conest.
TAFT RECEIVES PARCEL
FROM JOHN WANAHAKER
WASHINGTON', Jan. 2. President
Taft received tho first parcels
post package bent out from Philadel
phia. It was mailed by John Waua
maker, tho nillllonalro merchant.
iTho pnekago contained a shield
shaped green leather rase, holding a
sat of Hold gold spoons, ono for each
Btato In the union. A larger spoon
boro tho coat of arms of tho Dis
trict of Columbia. On one sldo of
the case was a solid gold plate, uppn
which was ongraved a fae-slmllo of
Wanamakor'H handwriting and New
Year's greetings to the President.
The plate also boro an inscription
statjng tho case was tho first pack
age sent by parcels past from Phlla-
'tphta, whoro the Declaration of In
dependence was signed,
SAN JOSE SENDS PRUNES
OUT 1Y PARCELS POST
. k x , . '
RAN JQfiJ-i Cal.. Jan. L Ceje
brutinjr the .New Year iik well us tho
ndvfW of the iiuruelrt pobt residents
of this city today ncut to nil purls of
tho United States wo" onrlondu of
paukcgeH of piuucx ph presents.
Kttt'h aekngo bears I'nnama 1'u
t'ifi) exposition Jubel and advertises
Mic-jfRol that tho lU'lieious prune en
doped aro products of thu Hantn
THE FRANCHISE APPLICATION.
TI1E ApplJcationYoi' hf trollop frnnohisb'f 1-6111 the ACinnc.x'1
company will probably roooivo favorablo considera
tion at the hands ot the city council, providing a close
scrutiny of its provisions shows that tho city is sufficient
ly protected and its interests safeguarded. If it is
not, the referendum can be invoked.
The Rogue River Valley railroad, which la endeavoring
to delay consideration of the franchise until it also applies
for one, has in the minds of most citizens forfeited what
ever "rights of consideration it may have had by failure to
act, by poor public service, by extortionate rates and by its
penny-wise, pound-foolish, penurious and discourteous
The entire valley needs the stimulus of the electric
lint, and the systematic work of the successful syndicate
of realty developers back of it. "When the people want and
need it, and the syndicate also wants and needs it, it
ought to be easy to got together.
The Mail Tribune does not favor any blanket franchise
that might sew up the city and keep out all other lines for
an indefinite period, but does not understand that the
franchise sought imposes any such conditions; or that the
iMinney company has any desire along these linesin fact
it litis announced that it will give aVash subsidy to ahy
one who would carry out its plans and present them the
franchise, thus enabling the company to devote its entire
energies to the development of its property.
THE NEW YEAR'S ISSUE.
FIFTEEN of Arcdfohl's rdtatt' inerchhnts, advertised
in the New Year's issue not because they expected
any immediate returns other than the cumulative effect of
keeping before the pdople, but because they were public
spirited enough to recognize' the value ot such a publica
tion to this region, knew thsit it cost money to print, and
desired to help make the publication a creditable one. This
fifteen is a considerable increase over a year ago, when
only six merchants wore represented. Eventually all may
come to see its benefits.
One jobbing house was a liberal advertiser all the
rest refused patronage, though the Alail Tribune has made
the fight for freight rates that enables the jobbers to' do
business. The railroads, whioh the paper" has fought, were
liberal patrons. Other support came from varied sources
disclosed by a glance at its columns. "
No financial support was asked from tho lonunoreinl
clubs of the valley, and all were- invited to contribute de
scriptive articles for the communities, yet only Ashland,
Phoenix and Rogue It i vol responded the others were
An edition like that issued annuallv bv tho Mail Trib
une is an expensive affair on
The better support given, the
tne uettqr advertisement for
more appreciation is shown,
For those who co-operated in tho publishing of the
New Year's issue, especially its few patriotic advertisers,
the Mail Tribune desires to exnress nnurccintion. Tt also
desires to thank J. A. Weston and Kunselniiin and Ger
king, photographers, and tho
Southern Pacific railroad for'
Plea for Fruit Growers Cooperation
The announcement of tho criiuHz-
atlon of a co-operative fruit gronurs
association comes js a welcomo an
nouncement to most growers of fruit
In this part of Roguo Hirer valley.
Not that any especial refls-Ttloa Is in
tended upon tho fruit associations
now doing buslnesx hero, ftr all
realize, or should, that local as well
as national conditions have combin
ed this year as no other year for
many, to make the profitable market
ing of even our superb fruits a hurd
task for tho Individual or, the n.o
elation handling same. The largest
production of fruits, tubers and er-
cals ever produced in ono season In
the United States, coupled with u
change of administration and conse
quent caution of tho money Investing
public being largely responsible. Hut
after oil has been said, thero still
remains much that tho grower of
fruit can accomplish for his benefit
by universal organization and co-operation
in marketing his fruit and
buying all necessary supplies pertain
ing to production of tsame. No othor
business of such vast Importance to
thu Indhlpual is conducted ulong
such unsatisfactory lines, judging
from general expression of tlioso in
terested. Representing as it does a
whole year of toll aud expenso to
grower, upon which ho is aftlmcs
holely dependent for a livelihood,
with every phase of which he Is
thoroughly familiar In detail In the
most expert way, until the tlmo for
marketing Is reuched. Then he ap
parently shuts his eyes to all expert
methods, and turns It all over to
strangers, admonishing them to do
tho best they can for him; oftlmes.
tlioso who uro totally Irresponsible
and they in turn turn it ovor to oth
ers who ure equally to, all of whom
aro totally unidentified with tho best
interests of tho grower or valley, and
more than to get all legitimate com
missions posslblo in handling ot
Fortunate Indeed is the grower if
his products do not got into tho
hands ot unscrupulous patties who
aro willing to, or liuvo tho same inun
iul((ted so us to got tho greater part
or all of pioflts attached. Shocking
us it may sound, but wo do know
that such things have occurred and
might easily occur again cs every op-
account "of the cost of cuts.
better paper possible, and
the valley. However, unless
the feature Avill have to be
exnress a nor
Oregon Journal and the
the loan of cuts.
jrtun!ty is 'offered Jn tho present
system or selling fruit, returns bolng
based on such incagro reports that
the grower cannot f-atlfy his mis
givings should ho chance to have any.
Thero aro many honorablo aud
highly competent commission firms
to whom this in no way applies, I
arlso to omphastzo tho necessity ot
universal organization of tho fruit
growers, for right hero is where wo
growern aro weak. Wo fall to ro
sjond to tli call for our own pro
tection until too late, or in such n
feeble, unorganized, unsympathetic
and unharmoulous way that little or
no good can bo accomplished even
by those whp nre willing to work nnd
sacriflco for tho good of all. Of
courro, we. can not, expect those, who
own largo blocks of stock In othor
fruit exchanges from which they arc
getting good returns in dividends to
affiliate with tin In a co-oporatlvo or
ganization of fruit growers, but lot
us hopo thero aro not many such,
even among Oio large grow em In tho
valloy, who would feel influenced on
such account, to In any way hinder or
oppose such an organization among
the vast majority of small fruit grow
ers who do not find themselves no
The largo and small grower of
frultH should respond as a unit to
this call to get together at tho city
hall in Meuford noU Saturday, Jan,
if at 2 o'clock p. m us In unity thero
Fruit growers all rcallzo tho up
grnt neoil of such organization aud
If they fall to respond und conditions
are not Improved on in years to corna
they will havo hut themselves to
As a modest fruit grower I ap
peal to tho fruit growers of tho valley
to get together and see If the educat
ed fruit growerc of Itoguu lllver vul.
ley rannot formulate, organize, and
oporato a successful co-oporatlvo
fruit growers association.
S, C. GKORQB,
Aio You Afflicted Willi Mr?
nils dlsc'aao, whuther acuto or
chronic, Is easily and rapidly over
co mo by using Morltol Pile Itemedy,
Gives positive and permanent rellof
when all others fall, and wo heartily
recommend It to any sufforor, Has
kins' Drug Store.
CENTRAL POINT ITEMS
Jay Unthawny left Monday morn
ing tor his home In Coming, Cat,
Coo. 11. host and Henry Maur.v
made a buslnoM trip to Ornnts Pass
Miss tisthnr I'anUy left on tho
excursion to California Mondny nf-
Miss Gladys Units of Med ford spent
tho flntt of this week with relatives
here. , ,
Mrs. Ira 0inson ipont part -' (,kl"
week with Mr. and Mrs. II. C, Olcn
son of Phoenix.
Ilenton Dowers of Ashland spent
Monday morning" here,
Mrs. I C Itobnott, MU Myrtle
Oleason, K. It. Olfnsou, II. 11. Young.
Hov. llrunk, Miss Pearl Pankey and
Irvln llpbb woro Monday afternoon
jsltor to Medford from here.
K. II. KlUworth Is on a holiday
visit to various roust cltlc this week
and T. O. Molded It running the
feed store In his absence.
Mrs. Chnmberlntn of liny Hold.
Ceo. McDonough of Sams Vnlley,
Verne Pendleton of Table Itock,
J. Scott of Upper Hogue river were
business visitors hero Tuesday nftor-
C. II. Gay nnd Henry lledfoYd of
Medford spent n few hours here
W. J. Nichols of tho torestry-er-
!co Is visiting his family here.
Mrucst Mlnuth and the Central
Point High School basket ball team
aro making a week's tour of northern
cities this week.
Mayor W. A, Cowley was n bml
nesn visitor to Medford Tuesday
, Mrs. II. II. Tuttle and daughter,
Mrs. llroadbent, Mr. Initio, Mr and
Mrs. J. C. Herring, Mrs. Wnyno
licevcr. Miss Hoke, Mr. und Mrs.
J, W. Myers, Thos. D. Iloss were
among the peoplo from this viclnH
In iledford Tuesday afternoon.
C. C. Kelsoe and wife of Derby
aro visiting friend In this vicinity
for a few days.
Miss I.ona Dunlap of Grants Pass
Is hero for a visit w(th .elatlves and
The Misses Miller of Sanunifcuta
who have been UIMeg relatives here
returned to their horae In Sacramen
to Tuesday aftornnoi. accompanied
by Miss Mary Miller for n short visit-
S. S. Aiken of Prospect spent Tues
Lydla Deford of Sunn VnlUy Is
hero visiting Miss Clnrv (1-iw
Evangelist Love of i!c Clirrch of
Christ of California, Ii u'e holding
meetings at tho UaptHt church,
Miss Km ma Albors of Salem Is
hero visiting Miss Prarlo Neale.
Mrs. Jerome of Medford spent
New Years hero with her daughter,
Mrs. Wayno I.cevpr.
C. I). Gay and wife of Medford,
spent New Years with relatives
I.ona Dunlap returned to hor
homo In Grants Pa4 Wednosday,
Mr, and Mrs. K, Ileebo had a
watch meeting Tuesday evening In
their beautiful home In tho suburbs
or this city.
The regular monthly Kpworth
League social was held Tuesday even
ing nt the Y. M. C. A. building and
was greatly enjoyed by all the young
leopIo present. Various games neru
played during the ovrnlug after
which delightful refreshment were
served. After the social a watch
meeting was held,. All present re
port spending a very enjoyable even
ing. Herman Slmpklns loft Wednesday
afternoon for a sevoral vvcoks' visit
Lloyd March has returned from a
several days' visit to Yoncalta.
Miss Myrtle (ileason spont the
middle of tho week with relatives In
Soma ot our young people accom
panied tho Central Point orchestra
to Jacksonville to the dance Tuesday
Now Years day was spent quietly
hero the bank, post office nnd other
various places being closed for thu
Mrs, I. C. Itobnott and ion left
fpr Portland Wednesday evening
whoro Mrs, Itobnott will leavo her
son with relatives there und will re
turn here and leave with her hus
band for Topeka Monduy,
DARROWS TRIAL TO BE
IX)S ANqPJF,8, Jan. 2.-When the
ease of Cluicnce Harrow, labor at
torney, ehaiged with biiliing a juror
ill thu recent tiiul of thu MoXumniu
brotherw, In culled next .Monday, it
will bo continued until January 'JO,
ncconllii,' to admission today by
((HiiiHel for both ftidcH.
Neither Haiow nor the hlate U
ready to proceed on the nchodiiled
date, nnd the rnntiiuiimco Iiuh boen
agiced lo ill an nfprml coiifeu'iicn
of the attorney, Hpriow, it n Hint
ed, will tuku mi active jmit u Itis
EAGLE POINT EAGLETS.
(Wy A. 0, Howjntt.)
. Th'eroH'ali n'iiHetliR6f tho young
tueu of our town railed to bu held In
the church op Thursday evening of
ist week, for the purpose of organ
izing an Athtntlo club. Thero was
quite an attendance und tho organi
zation was perfected by electing llov.
L-, U. Blmmpn. our IlaptUt minister
as president, Jake Jonas, secretary,
and Thomas XTphols, Jr., treasurer.
There Is to bo another meeting Thurs
I. C. Moor and wltii ot Ashland
came, up Sunday evening nud Mr.
Moore took thq stage for KIk creek
Monday morm. h't Mrs. Moor re
turned to Ashland.
John McAllister nud wife who live
on tho north fork of I.lttlo nutto
came out Monday und Mrs. McAllis
ter went oa 0 Medford, I understand
for .medical treatment.
Hnv, W J. Kcnpy ono of the prom
Ijient farmer nnd tock raisers of
Little Unite was a pleasant caller nt
tho Sunny Sld Monday tor dinner
Also Wm. Newtown or I.nke creek
nnd IL tlrook of .Medford. Mr.
Urooks Is soliciting for tho Oregon
Journal, his territory embraces this
and Douglas comiUe nud he says
Kagle Point Is the banner town In his
district for subscribers for the Jour
nal, an evidence of progresslveuess
of our people, ror Judging by the
amount of nev papers, magazines,
ele., token nt this post office wo must
be an up-to-date class of readers.
Thero was quite an excitement In
our town Monday. ' Ono of our board
era came rushing In and reported that
the sheriff of Klamath county was
hT, after n home thief, nud that he
was one of our most highly respected
citizens, so of course ppr correspond
ent started out to get the facts for
the Mali Tribune and learned that In
stead or (t being thp sheriff it was
Mr. J. M. Holman, Indian agent of
thu Yauax reservation and an Indian
who had come In to replevy a horse
that trvln Culbertson had traded for,
from a white man on the reserva
tion last summer that had been
stolen from tho Indian, named Earn
est George, the papers were taken out
beforo our Justice of the peace, John
Watklns nnd placed In the hands of
our Deputy Sheriff, Hoy Ashpole, and
Mr. Culbertson was to bring tho horse
out today, Tuesday. Mr. Culbertson,
It seems was well acquainted with
th man he traded nltb nnd I under
stand had loaned him considerable
money that he will probably lose
Mr. Culbertson has tho sympathy of
his many friends In the community
where he lives as well as In this place
where he Is well and favorably
Kd Dutton, one of our wido-awako
young men living on the south side
of Antelope creek was In town Mon
day getting the stretchors to put up
n lot ot lro fence on "The Desert"
as ho has leased a tract off or the
railroad company's land nnd some ot
tho Irrigation company's, managed
by Mr. Ciimmlngs,
Thomas McCabe and his son Henry,
woro In town last Saturday. Mr. Mc
Cabe brought in a lot of apples and
potatoos tor market. Ills son his
been living at LaGrundo tor some
time past. v
Hoy Ashpole ono nf hardwaro mer
chants was called upon, as dopuiy
Sheriff tp go up on Salt creek to
serve subpoenas on parties In a legal
Thomas Clncnde, wfo and Thomas
Clncade, Jr., were among tho vis
itors lu our town Saturday.
It. C. Itowluy who has a home
stead near tho Trail stage road
moved to Medford Saturday,
Austin Green and ono of the Hits
tin hoys came out from their homos
on Long Ilranch Saturday, hey took
homo with them a elder press and In
tend to make up a lot of apples they
havo on hand Into elder.
Green Mathews one of our thrifty
farmers and stockmen wus In town
Saturday, ho sayn that his sou's nose
that was broke, Is getting along all
Mr, Downing and family who have
been visiting his cousin Mrs, O, H.
Nichols, loft for Long Ilrauch Inst
Jewel Col und family, a brother of
Clay Cole, ouuof the engineers on
tho P. & K. railroad, have heen vis
iting his two brothers hero tho past
week or more,
Mr. J. L. Hnvey, foreman and man
ager of tho MelCnlght orchard was
doing business In our town last week,
Mis, Conley aud her daughter worn
calling on friends hero Saturday,
Mrs. Conley lives on it farm Just
B. S, Alkln of Prospect canio out
Saturday on thu ICaglu Point-Persist
stugo and remained at tho Sunny
Sldo until Monduy morning taking
tho par for Medrord, He ways that
Mr. Nutrle bus boo doing some good
substantial work on thu road abovo
KIk creek, und spouklng about tho
road renlnds, ipo that our two outgo
ing county commlsulonoru, Frank
Drown nud James Owens, wont up to
examine that work Saturday return
lug Sunday and In an Itcrylow with
them leared that they were highly
pleased with the mniiuvr and nmnun
ot work done, They nlso speak lu
high terms or tho work donu by the
supervisor In that dlstrlrt, Dave llure,
nud say that he Is the right limit for
the place, that ho knows every nook
nnd null In those hills and knows how
to handle his men no as to get the
work out of them.
Jnmcs Payton who linn been work
ing under Mr. Nntrlck, came out Sat.
unlay to get supplies for himself.
I WILLOW SPRINGS TWIGLETS
The iiillltr .Pl'ie-nlt' of Willow
Sptings galheted nl Kvuirlt MeKiie'
heme lnt Wrducidnv to celebrate
the .jollloM liiqe in the venr. (lames
and popping' corn wete pome of llm
spoil, ufter which a delicate lunch
con was served. All attending icpoil
the hot time they have hinj thin cui
I'aH Taylor mienl Clu-intuiim after
noon with friends in Medford.
.Mr. nud .Mm, Key Nichols jwo
spending the holidiivs with Mix.
NichoN pnrenlN ill the Willamette
Saturday evening (Irnnge Nn. -17",
elect nl new officers. The new uffl.
eew nre: Woilhv miixter, V. A
Cowley, lecturer, It. W. Kldcii; over
t.eer, J. W, Kldcii; hleutud, ,1 It
Howe; atsisinnt slewnnl, .1. llonuie;
1 1 (.'usurer, Mm. Frank Mclveej chap
lain, Mr. 0. S. WVIeher? M-eicturv.
Miw Mnitluu Nenlj gale keeper, Al
bert Fori-- IYich, Mr. V, A. Cow.
lev; I'unintin. Mrs. J. llenuie: Flora,
Mi. K. Itlckardi lady nxiMnnt stew
aril, MiH V. ,M(N'nmr, Installation
of officer will be held Hit nvl reg
ular meeting, January 11, li)!l.
Mr. Prank MelCce purchased a
number of Angora k"hIh nnd will
place them mi Hear creek fur the
purjwme nf denting the land.
The Mis-d'H llclc'n nnd I .nth Par
ker celebrated ChTNlmn with Ihcir
gruiidpurcutH in (limit Pass,
Thn-.li ciiterlaiurd at ('htislmm
dinner were Mr. and .Mr. l.oem
with I M. Fnxft and family: ,MU
Ta.vlor and mother with Mr. nud .Mix.
Itnlph Dean; Mr. Tliouihn with the
. A. Parker left fiir southern
California in Hearch of henllh. It it
Imped the climate will benefit him
immedintelv. Mr. Parker will he
iiiikmpiI nmuiig hi many neipuiln
lance. Notice lo all cencerned: Telephone
meeting at School limie Fiidny,
January 'J, llll.'l, nt 1 o'clock.
A new organization him been fann
ed this week to be known an Hie
''Willow Spring flood Komi Ahoc.
alion." The olijcet being In wnrk
with the coiiulv court nnd the over
seer, nnd each property owner to
do nt Icait two ilnyV work per jnir
in keeping the roniN in good repair.
The officera elected nre: D.
Stone, president: Itnlph Drnn, vice
president; j. Klden, M-erclary nml
treasurer. The boundary encircle
Tracy nu thu south, towiihip line on
the wet, Hogiie river on north nud
Hear CrtoL on the rat. The next
meeting will be held at the school
house, Friduy, at 'J p, m. Thco iinkii.
elation liuvo been carried on very
siirrexxfullv in the east nud there U
no doubt but there will be M'vcrnl
more lit dm-kimi county before niiiuv
moon AH resident willuii this cir
cle nre requested to be prcciil,
Women who bear children and ro
rasln boalthy are thoso who proparo
tbolr systems In advnnco ot baby'a
cpmln. Unions tho mother alda
nature in lis pre-natal work tho crista
finds her system unequal to tho do
man ds inado upon It, and aha Is ofton
tsft with weakened health or cbronia
stlmonts. No remedy Is so truly h
help to nature as Mother's Friend.
It rollovcs tho imln and discomfort
roused by tho strnln ori tho ligament,
makes pliant thoso fibres nnd musclea
which naturols oxpandlng, nud soothed
tho Inflammation ot breast elands.
Mother's Friend assuroa u snoody and
for tho inothtr, MA'tfU.A-Jt-,
Jhd sbo Is left a illOIIjrCrS
hehlthy woman to s m
tnjoy tho roar- mfllHl
dig of hor child.
Mother'H Friend is sold ut drug stores.
Wrlto for our frco book, for oxpoclaut
flfADFIELO RECUtATOR CO.. AlluU. Cs,
Sill1 ' A A A., ii JiJiIi A i.11,1 li.t A.l.JI,
242 Turk Street
jTinost popular priced
Hotel in San Francisco
WH1.B1 TO 0
ChiiH. " Grace
WOLF AMI IIH'IIHIIT
TIIH iirini JAM nut
A Ileal Comedy With Hinging
Pliolo Play Toilny Only
WHH'I LK'M MGHT.MAItli
IIIMITIKS Ol' POIti't'GMt
TIIH ri.dWHIt (Jlltl.'H
Mnlluce Matimlay nnd Hiindny
o 1 Alv
Always In tho .ead
IVet of I'lliu
Dig Tco-ltecl Wctcrli by Hie
111 is I'ouixr ikisi:
I'remeudoiis Indian picture, full
A story true to life
4,tiii: iivp.Noiir t'HAiit"
1000 feet of roltloklng fun.
Alt HATH lilt In Hong
Appropriate Mmla aud Kffeels by
roitltCST and WOOLWOIt'lll
Matinees Dally. S to f, p, in.
"capi'ai.v ht on id tiii: sunn
The only genuine picture of tin kind
ever taken, Jan. 3 and I
ADMISSION. Dc AND 10a
' ALWAYS A GOOD BII0W
CAIt.MH.N Ol TIIH IHI.C'rt
PO.VV H.XI'ltll.HS ItlllHIt
COMING Hl'MLW, JANUAHV .1.
The Keiiwnitliy HI oik Co, Willi
In Popular Plays of Marlt
(jihl or tiii: sexsv sopth
The llenutlfiit 4-Act Southern Play
Popular Prhc "He nml IIDe
Iteserved Sents on Sale Haturday
Steam and Hot Wator
All Work Gunraiilefil
C0FFEEN & PRICE
S3 RowAtd ntock, Untrsnct on 4th Ht.
Hgmp Vliont 340.
We have several up-to-date,
medern: 5 and
6 room Bungalows
MEDFORD REALTY AND
M. 37, & IT. Co. Bldg.
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