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PROGRESSIVECLUB NEW PASTOR IS POOL
WELL SPOKEN OF
Southern Oregon ngnln the first in
jrogrcsion. Lnnt evening n number
of Indies mid gentlemen gnlhcred to
form tlio first progressive club in
Oregon. The clmiter membership
showed (lint fifty-tilno members en
hilled themselves to pledge nnd sup
port the progressive party, nnd form
ed the Medford Progressive club. A
constitution nnd bylaws were, adopt
ed, nnd the following officers were
elected: A. K. Ware, president; Mrs.
lif fie 11. Usher, vicn presideut; Geo.
K. linns, Heorctnry; Mrs. Col. H. 11.
Sargent, trensurer; Fred W. Menrs,
J. W. Hernnn, . G. Davidson to
gether with the officers were elected
directors to servo the first year.
The meeting mw called to order
liv Oeo. K. Ilooft, nnd on motion Mr.
Ware was electetl tempomry chair
man, Mr. Boos secrctnry. An cuter
Iniiiment program was arranged, the
first number being an nddress by 11.
V. Mulkcy, entitled "True Progress."
Mr. Mulkey was in best spirit and his
remnrks, csjecinlly his reference's to
Mime of Oregon'.s legislation in the
early days, in hhowiiiR up where the
people's will was entirely ignored but
tlmt the legislative and the congres
sional machine was much in evidence',
'nlso showing Umt by the Oregon sys
tem these evils had been in n degree
Fred W. Meant, one. of the speak
ers of the original "Flying Squadron"
selected for his address "Why I Am
n Progressive." His remarks brought
homo some good reasons why he
thought the peoplo and tho progres
sive tiarty should dominate in the
near future. Ho showed from Amer
ican history that every generation
had its special problem and those
problems were always solved through
some new party. The federalist par
ty established tho national govern
ment, the democratic party under
Jefferson brought in a larger rule of
the people, the whig party emphasiz
ed the idea of nationality, the repub
lican party saved the union nnd lib
erated the slaves. The progressive
party will bring freedom to every
man, woman and child by solving the
social nnd industrial questions of the
day in the interest of tho whole peo
ple. A. K. Ware who has been one of
the staunch leaders of the progres
sive party made a few remarks show
ing bow be became a progressive nnd
nlso Bhowing Jiow the progressive
party took root in southern Oregon.
Tho remnrks from tho scvenil
speakers were interspersed with
music nnd song by Dr. W. W. Howard
mid the Misses Coffin.
Dr. IT. F. Ratte, former member of
the "Flying Squadron," ns a resident
of southern California was elected
the first honorary member of tho
A banquet is to be held on Lin
coln's birthday at which time it is
expected Governor Hiram Johnson
will be present
The meeting closed with the sing-l
ing of Amenca by tho nudienco.
Tho Groenshurg, Iiul., Dally News
ot January 6. contains the following
about Hev. J. V. Fnulenburgh, who
has been engaged for tho pulpit ot
the Baptist church nt Medford and
will bo hero about February 1:
Sorrow reigned within tho heart of
every member of the church when tho
resignation of tho pastor, Itev. J. V.
Krndcnburgti, was read In the morn
ing service, which will tnko effect
February tho first. Hot. Frnden
InirKh has accepted a call from tho
llaptlst church In Medford, Oregon.
The response to this was not prompt
ed by an Increase In salary.
The ties between pastor and church
are very dear and It Is with deep re
gret that tho church must part with
him and Ms family. Uut her losa
will bo Medford's gain.
ttev. Krarienburgli nnd wlfo aro en
dowed with happy and pleasant dis
positions that will win them friends
wherever they go. During his pas
torato hero tho past threo years ho
has won many for Christ. With tho
young peoplo ho was one. always In
tensely Interested In their welfare,
nnd has been a faithful pastor In
Miss Dorollo and Floyd will bo
greatly missed from tho young peo
ple's society, of which they wore nc
ttvo workers; also little Kntherlne,
who has won a placo In tho hearts of
Slnco It Is thetr desire to go. tho
good wishes ot the church will fol
low them In tho now field.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 16. 'Tool
ing" ot their chances of securing the
secretaryship of tho Interior for tho
far west, democratic senators from
the ten states beyond tho Mississippi
who have urged candidates for this
offlco upon I'resldent-Klect Wilson
today announced through Senator
Newlnnds that they had ruueused and
would lay before Wilson n list of
names which they had Jointly do
Thts action was taken when It was
reported from Trenton that Presl-dent-Klect
Wilson was determined to
choose his secretary of the Interior
from the middle states, In order to
get nwny from cither an eastern or a
western conception of tho policy to
bo pursued on the relntlou to public
lands nnd water power.
Newlnnds declined for the present
to give names.
PLANS TO GERMANY
The Dally Hint from Paris.
n' JvN. H
BILL INTRODUCED 10
CUT OUT SCHOOL GRAFT
IN NEW YORK CITY
Di John Nicholas ('oglilnn. owner
'of n fine orchard nt Kiuty l'ol'l
Judge Ton Velio has received the
following letter from Snlein:
r it . . . .
.My near judges isnw vour interview . ...,,11 i, ,..... i Mo.llWil. one of Foil.
a Cwim,v. iuk. i uww iv.
1 i rum pi ik Ailn toiinilmion Urr.
ionra Hh ium mu ,.iiiir tli !
umll mil, tttilt n.i t'rmul. llolrru
uf IhmiII lift wllli ! In lulursl tune
Nattlrr bliu nlo r.lir istRVin urnil. mul
(cHoamn.- on rotin.uuou llji. Mnuua
J. A. PERRY NAMED AS
HEAD OF COMMERCIAL CLUB
Tho directors of tho Medford Com
mercial club met tit tho club rooms
Wednesday at 3 p. m. and organ
ized. All tho members were present
except one, who Is out ot tho city.
Tho permanent officers elected
are: J. A. Perry, president; A. C Al
len, vice-president; F. Osenbruggo,
re-elected treasurer. Miss Fay Scars
was elected temporary secretary. All
tho officers servo without salary ex
cepting secretary, and her salary was
fixed at 975 per month.
It was decided not to elect a man
ager at this time, although thcro
wero several applications.
Tho following committees were
Executive George Putnam, W. F.
Isaacs, E. X. Warner.
Finance E. A. Welch, Lincoln
McCormlck, J. D. Dell.
Membership C S. Lcbo, A. S.
Itosenbanra, S. S. Smith.
Publicity S. A. Nye. A. II. MUIor.
The other committees will be ap
LONDON, Jan. Ifi. Geo. C. Par
rott, formerly n gunner In tho llrl-
tls unvy today was sentenced to four
year's Imprisonment when convicted
of beltiK n spy for the German gov
ernment. It was charged that Par
rott sold to Germany valuably In
formation regarding tho Kngllsh
navy and also harbor and fortifica
HUGH M'LAIN WILL
TAKE OREGON'S VOTE
NEW ORLEANS JURY PROBES
FINDING OF FIRE ARMS
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 10. A spe
cial session of the federal grand jury
wns opened here lodny to investignta
the finding hero of two cnrlnnd of
ammunition nnd rifles believed to be
intended for Mexican use.
Mall Trlbuno's classified ads bring
SA1.F.M, Ore., Jan. JO. Hugh Me
Lain, tho only democratic presiden
tial elector who did not make n cam
paign to be selected messenger to
deliver Oregon's vote to the electoral
college, wns given the honor. Mo
Lain will gu to Washington nnd will
remain (here until nl'ter the inungur-
ntion. It is the intention of Melanin
to do missionary work in the de
partments in the interest of the im
provement of Coos Hay. McLnin
ma do n similar trip onco before, and
through tho activity of Senator
Jlouruc made progress. l.nst week
n committee was sent from Coos Day
to Washington to urge tho improve
ments, but as all the committeemen
nrc republicans. McLniu ns n demo
crat is expected to bo able to do
home good work when the democratic
administration takes charge.
MRS. LE BLANC TO ADDRESS
STEEL KING'S WIFE
DANCES TURKEY TROT
NKW YOIIK, Jan IC Mr. Win.
Corey, wlfo of the steel magnate, and
formerly Mnbello Oilman, the actress,
went direct from tho ball-room at
Sherry's to tho I .a Proveiico today
and retired. There was good reason
for her uon.appearuucu on deck whoii
tho steamer sailed this forenoon, for
In company with seerat hundred
monition of New York's smartest set,
she had dallied until breakfast time.
Tho party wns the gayest nnd gid
diest Riven nt Sherry's this season.
Thero was llttlo on the program but
tho "Turkey Trot" and tho "Tango."
Mrs. Corey's dancing earned her
tho applauso of tho assemblage nnd
cries of "Ilravot". and "Kncoro"
wero showered upon her. At four
o'clock Mrs. Corey said alio could
not dance much longer ns she was go
Ing abroad, for her health.
in the Mm! Tribune about our county
school superintendent, mid I henrliiy
concur with you in your views; hi
fact, thero has nlrendv been u bill
introduced bv Mr, Howard of Dong
his pi repeal tho school siipcriiiry
Inw nnd to require the county solnml
superintendent to do the work iiiiw
done by the school supervisor, wild
cat extra chnrgc to the county.
Yours veiy sincerely,
c. i.. iii:ami'.s.
Salem, Jim. 1,1.
Mrs. Surah lloitou, of Wcllcn,
Ore., died tit the homo of her dauh-
ter Mrs, Samuel Whitney mi Monday,
Jan. LI. of mirnlvsts. it I I ) minim..
ed n go of 8'J ycniH ami H iuonli.
Mrs. Ilorton wns burn in Troy, New
York. May I lib, IWO. and ciuiie to
Oregon unite recently with her
daughter. She wiih u 'member of the
Duiikurd church, mid u woman of
strung Christian Mill mid chunteler.
She leaves two daughters, Mot. Mot
tle Hughes of Ireton, Imvn. mid Mrs.
Sniuncl Whitney of Welleu, In mourn
her loss, besides wejc grandchildren
and nine great grand -children. The
funeral was conducted by Itev. !!. O
F.ldriilgo of the Mclliudisl KpiHcopal
church. Interment in I In- cenielriN
ut Cent nil Point, Ore.
laud's best Known specialists, prom
inent social leader mid cliibiumi, was
quietly iiiariied In New York Wcdnos.
day, the bride being Miss Helen liner
in, of Sou Francisco. Humor of (iie
mutch mid tho uppioaching welding
hue been rite in I'orllmid sociu etc
cles for sonic time, but tho utmost
seciecy has been niiiiiitaincd mmcos.
fully until it wns aiiiiouueeil li u
brother of the Inlde, who Mves In
Vancouver, Wash., that the ouut was
sel for WcdneNiliiv.
The Initial couple will sail for Fur
ope on the Mmuetnula, l!ic X.M, mid
will tpend n six niouihs' honeymoon
tout in? the old world.
Are You .Ufllct.T. Willi files?
This disease, whether aouto or
chronic, Is euslly and rapidly over
come by usIuk Mnrltol IMIo lleiuvdy
Gives pnsltlso ami permanent relief
when all others fall, and wu heartily
recommcuil It to any sufferer, lias
kins' Drug .Store.
Famous "Pint of Cough
Syrup" Recti pt
No Jlflltr rlruirilr st Any Prls
Mnkn a plain syiup by mixing onn
pint o( grniuibited migsr mid )j pint uf
wiirm water mul itlr fur two iulnule,
Tut l!li ounriu of nil re l'lnci lllflv
cimiIs' worth) In a plul Isittlc, mid III! ft
up with tliu Nugur rtjttiji. 'Hilt glies
uppiy oi urn
ih'm uf (Ida
sliiutly. ami wilt iKiiully slop tlm mont
J on a (niiillv nupply of (I
sviup at u Mliigoft'-. I
'Inko a lrmHMiii(u ccry
'llm flfcuthrni'M of (III tlinplo remedy
U kiirprlslnir. It iu rin (o tnko Imld In
t lirwr hi.
one, iwo or.
obitlllrttn eollgll In 1U luilir. It tiiliei
up tlm Jmli'd Miiis tlln nnd I Just liu,i.
tun eiuiUKIi to I si lieliiliil In a coiiglt,
nnd )ms it plemlug taste, Alto eirfllt-tit
fur liroiiclilul tumble, throat tickle, soro
lung nnd milium, and tin uniiinlisl
with Pinev mul 8ugar Kvnii (or
trained hunev) Is a prime fmurlte In
The Joy o! Get
to I'Ait.Mcits ami imni itnisrs.
Culllviito jour t.iud with a Motor
Tractor, It will pay for Itsel'f In the
snvlug of horse feed ami hired help.
Valley Motor .v. Tractor Co., VatM)
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Ten .Minnie '11. 1'ii.ti luili
Vour I'cct ,ro I, Ike Svw
Sml for I'rec Trial Parkngi Tislay
These nre not supposed to bo your
feet. You may be a mere man. Iiul
your feet or any one's else feet In n
TV, foot bath are enre-froo feet.
to cum: a ctM i.v e.m: i.v.
Tako LAXATIVE IlltOMO Qulnlnoj
Tablets. OruggUts rofund money If
It falls to cure. K. W. GKOVK'S sig
nature Is on each box. 2S cents.
Friday afternoon, January 17th, 3
p. in., .Mrs. I.oul8o Lo lllnnc, state
corrcsiondent or Child's Welfare
Magazine will address the Parent
Teachers' circles of Medford nt tho
lower room In tho library building.
Ladles of Greater Medford club
and Wednesday Study club nrn cord
ially Invited. Mrs. I.e Iltauc will bo
entertained whllo In Medford nt tho
Hotel Holland. All women interest
ed In the work should not fall to
meet Mrs. Lo Hlanc,
Xotleo Is horeby given that tho
partnership horotoforo oxlstlng bo
tweou tho uudorslgned under tho
name of of Medford Fish and Poultry
Company, has this day been dissolved
by mutual consent. In future the
business will bo conducted by Van It.
Gilbert ut tho present placo of busi
ness, 19 North Fir street In tho
city ot Medford, Oregon, and ho will
collect and rccolvo nil current n--couut
nnd dlschargo the artiicriilp
Dated Medford, January 16th,
H. C. HONNBY.
VAN H. OILIimiT.
Closing Out Salo
20 Off on
West Main St.
Next to Hotol Medford
rniiisty for wliooplng cough nnd croiiji,
'lids recllHI for Itlnkliig colluli ivliiedy
..in. iii,l- ..i u... i& ...
tliillls.iaiU (if limiies In (lie t'nllfil Ktutrs
slid (Vmidit. 'llm pl.m Ims been lintta
ts., llimiglt nsvnr uccefully. If von
try II, uo only Bemilnrt IMnex, which l
tlm Mmt valuable (Ninn-nttntr.! com.
imuinl of N'orwuy while pluo extract, and
Is rich In gual.idd nnd nil tlie nntiinil
lirsllllg ulto cldlteiil. Oilier ptrprtrA'
(Join will net work In this rrcliw.
A guaranty of nbtotule rnitNfnoltett,
or money prompt lr rcfiiintrd. pie with
this rrcle. llr driiggUt lias I'Iiim,
or will get It for ymi, If not, tend to
Tho I'lnex Cu, It. Wayne, Ind,
Itooms Million! Ii.ilh mic per ilny
Itotiuis wlili Imlli $l,nn per day
KkmIii intes by week or llioulli.
Away go tho corns, bunions, cal
luses, tho chilblains, tho pain, aches,
Soreness nnd nil fool trouble. Fol
low tho million of happy Tl, feet
nnd you will then reallto that Tl.
works on a new principle, draws out
all tho poisons that cause foot trou
bles, nnd TISC Is tho only remedy that
does tho work. Don't forgot this
fart, and don't uinlor any circum
stances urcept a substitute Ho good
to your feet nnd demand TV.. All
drug stores, department or general
stores have It nt LTi rents a box, and
for those who don't know what real
foot comfort Is write to Walter Lu
ther Dodge & Co., 1323 8, Wabash
Ave, Chicago, III., for a frco trial
You Can Obtain
The Hcst Results ONLY
with tho best Mediums, nnd this
means not only our skill In mix
Iuk tho dough, but (ho materials
oit put In jour cakes, rookies mid
Wo offer yon In
CRESCENT DAKING POWDER
a perfect leaven
cr, with n gunr
It will cost you
2r.e per lb. nt
your grocers, nnd
wo will bo
plensed to send
jou a copk book
on receipt ot 2c
ciu:kci:nt MANnwrri king
11:30 to 2 i. in.
Fulton Market Clam Chowder
Fried Columbia Itlvur Hindis with
, Tomntoo tluucu
lUcalloped Olympln Oysters Individ
ual Curried Wings and Thighs ot Chicken
lloast Klioutder of Pork with Apple
Mashed Potatoes Lima Ilenns
Lettuce Kalnd French DressliiK
Coco iu til Cream I'lo OrauKu Hlmrbot
limlllii J wk
Wc luive eiiKagel fur a short tluio
nt n cry larRo vM'iis Herr Corl
(irl-sen of Merlin nod .Mote, (iplolln
i:vlne, iniiieilUlN, ciillllMeiiiliig .luu-
Official Photographor of tho
Medford Commercial Club
Tiilci'iorand oxtorior viow
XcuativcH niado anv time
and any place by appointment.
1208 E. Main Phono 1471
The Cheapest Store in the West
Will Have Another Sale Commencing Today
All the excuses we have to offer are that we need the money and we must
move our winter stock, and will only take space to mention a few specials:
All our Gloves and Mittens, values up to $1, go at - 25c
Duck Coats, blanket lined, worth $2.50, sale price - $1.00
Corduray Pants, valued at $3.50, going at - - $1.50
Blue Flannel Shirts going at 75c
A Jot of Men's and Boys' Hats, worth $1.50 and $2, go at 50c
A large number of $1.50 and $2 Dress Shirts at only - 50c
Neckties usually sold at 25c, now only - - - 10c
One lot Suit Cases, worth $2, go at
Overalls for men at - - '
We have a few Iron Beds, Springs and Mattresses that we
are. closing out at less than cost.
A big line of Trunks, Suit Cases and Traveling Bags at
WILL H. WILSON CO.
The Cheapest Store in the West
128 North Front St, Opposite S. P. Depot