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MEDFORD UfATlJ TRIBUNE, miTFORD. OREO ON. MONDAY. JANUARY 20, 1D1.1.
IOCAL AND ,
Mr. and Mrs. U. C Brown nnJ Geo
R. Neulier wern among tnoso over
rront Jnck6nvlllo Saturday.
Will ltnnna ot fceattto Is making
Medford nnd .Jacksonville- i short
, 1U8. and S. ,S. Dullls or Oloan,
N. Y., arrived tn Medford Snturday.
Tliey wont to tbo Starling mine, In
which they nro interested.
Geo. T. McDonald ot Glendala and
C. 12. Ohphnnt nt Koscburg hnvo
been making Med ford a business
JlcAl homo Mnda bread nt Do-
Mrs. M. M. Sheets nnd daughter,
Miss Qertrudc of llagloy, lown, ar
rived In Medford Satttrdndy night
nnd will visit for a few weeks with
M. F, Sheets nnd family of this city.
Horn, on January 7. 1913, to Mr.
nnd Mrs. F. F. Lodcr, a daughter.
V. J. Tanner will raanago tho
Natatorlum rink from now on. Spe
cial attention to ladles. Open after
noon and evening". Lesson morn
ings, Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day. Teaching GO cents. 257
Mr. and Mrs. It. F. Scott and son,
Wilbur, of Crlswcll. Oregon, nro In
Medfonl visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. K.
Joseph FeUnor and Mr. Hunch
wcro down from Grants Pnsa this
Fred Alton Ilalght (National Con
servatory Nevr York) teacher of
piano and harmony, specialist In cor
rect principles ot touch and tech
nique. Residence Btudlo, 403 Oak
dalo avenue, South, phono 7SC2.
Mr. and Mrs. P. 8. Lcwraan arc
visiting in Klamath county.
Rev. Dr. Holt of Portland arrived
In Medford Saturday and hold serv
ices in tho Presbyterian church Sun
Dr. S. A. Lockwood and Dr. Myr
tle S. Lockwood (regular physicians,
nqt chiropractors) havo removed
their offices from tho Hasklas' build
ing to 233 E. Main street. ST1
Attorney DcArtnond made a pro
fcstloual trip to Grants Pass Satur
A. J. Kfum was over from Modoc
orchard Saturday afternoon.
To close them out, all cook stoves
and ranges, at reduced prices, give
us a call. F. W. Shaplelgh Hard
ware Co., 36 South Central avenue.
E. Wilkinson, Sr., and J. C. Halt
left - for .XoaJlsgelea Saturday and
will be at the ringside when Dud An
derson and Sammy Trott meet
Mr. and Mrs. R. Wilson of Eaglo
Point were among their Medford
II. E. Albert ot Salem has been
making Medford a business visit.
Miss Edna Merlll has returned to
California after a visit with friends
and relatives in Medford.
For goodness sake, save R. A.
Holmes, the Insurance man write
your Insurance. He knows how.
Kmmett Becsoa and II. O. Slmp
hon of Talent wcro recent business
visitors In Medford.
Shorlff Slnglcr was in Medford
Saturday on official business.
Bring that old book with torn
binding down and have It rebound
at the Mall Tribune office. Costs
but little. tf
Mrs. O. Davis and Mrs. O. Jcldncss
havo returned from a visit with
friends living nt Grants Pass.
Mrs. K. E. Swcarlngcr and Miss
Kato Hydo of Applegate wcro In
Medford a few days since.
E. D. Weston, commercial photog
raphern, negatives made any time or
place by appointment. Phone M.
Dr. Leo went south Sunday, re
turning the same day.
Mrs. F. H. Maddon of Central
Point district uiado Medford a visit
That famous old smoke the Trav
eler. Mrs. lllalno JCIum vpont Saturday
and Sunday at-Ashland.
Mrs. 12. D, Watson has returned
from a stay ot several weeks at San
U(.KIum has moved his sign busi
ness to tho Uoydon alloy bctweon S.
Central and S. Dartlott, "
Churles Payntor of Kuglo Point
product returned Sunday from on
extended stay tn California and No
tuda. Dr. Hedges made a professional
(rip to Kaglo Point recently.
Vapor baths and scientific mas
sage for men and women. Dr. It.
J, Lockwood, chrlopractor, 203 Gar-sott-Corey
Oldg, Phone 146,
J, S. Hamrlck and Claude Smith
worn among tho Central Pointers lu
ermemam waaassaeaagsss..i..., i m ,j-
Weeks "it McGowan Co.
, 4&Y AMIBTAJfT
say riio&s 87i
jrifht hoBi y. w. wtks 9071
A. S. err, seesi
Mrs. Rccbo was In Medford from
tho Floro orchards, located near Cen
tral Point, Sunday.
Prof, P. J. O'Garn has been mak
ing n professional trip to Portland
and other points In tho Willamette
Ask for tho Traveler cigar.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. P. Weiss ot Grif
fin crook were at.tong the many who
shopped In Medford Saturday.
Mrs. Lewis Ulrlch of Jacksonville
visited in Medford Saturday owning,
J. II. Tyrrell and Herman Myers,
Jr., were down from Lake creek dis
Mrs. Hallldayllnlght, pupil ot
Mnrchcsl (Paris), Oscar S.iongor
(New York) teaches the art of sing
ing, tone placing and correct breath
ing a specialty. Exponent ot pure
"Ilel Canto" of tho Italian school
concert, opera, oratorio. Individual
lessons or in class (three In class)
Residence studio, 403 Oakdale ave
nue, South, phono 7262.
Roy Lawtott ot San Diego, Cat., Is
paying Roguo river valley a visit,
with tho Intention of locating.
John Renault ot Jacksonville was
tn Medford Saturday, on his way
home from Central Point, where ho
attended Installation ot tho officers
ot the local post ot G. A. R.
Fruit labels In any color printed
by the Mall Tribune. tf
Mrs, Yolncy Dixon went south Sat
urday to Join hcyr husband, who Is In
D. D. Sage was In Medford Satur
day after an absence of some longth.
P. L. Fountain, a capitalist of Kla
math Falls, was In Medford nnd
Grants Pass Saturday, whtlo on his
way to Portland.
Carkln & Taylor (John H. Car-
kin and Glenn O. Taylor), attorneys-
at-law, over Jackson County Bank
Mrs. W. T. Grieve ot Jacksonville
visited with Medford friends Satur
R. A. Hall ot Glcnbrook orchard
and R. Smith of Snldcr's Dairy spent
Saturday evening In Medford.
Kodak finishing, tho best at Wes
ton's, opposite book store.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Wilson of Los
Angeles are In Medford visiting rela
Harry Roberts of Central Potnt dis
trict was in Medford recently.
Collect these scattered sheets of
tausla you value and have them
bound In book form at the Mall
Frank and Will Lindloy tarried a
few hours In Ashland Saturday.
II. P. Anderson of North Pboonlx
and A. Beall ot Central Point tran
sacted business In Medford Saturday.
Tho cigar that put O. K. In smoko
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Miller of
Salem aro among, tho many from
abroad who nro spending tho winter
A. T. Barnett has gono to Seattle
on a short business trip.
Now York Life Insuranco Co., C.
Y. Tcngwald, Medford National
Bank Bldg phono 3371.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Gall ot the
Clanccy orchards wcro In Medford
Mrs. E. H. Stclnman of Eagle Point
and Mrs. M. N. Mason of Roseburg
havo been visiting In Medford.
Two "good as now" motorcycles for
sale. Bargains. Pacific Motor Sup
Miss Glad) a Bollo was among her
Central Point friends lost week.
Mr. ;ind Mrs. Gcorgo Layman ot
Boston, who aro visiting Rogue river
valloy, wero guests ot Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Skcctcrs of Medford Saturday,
Wra. Gerig, vice-president of tho
P. & E., went to Portland Sunday
L. Bergcr and Thoo Engel of
Phoenix, spent Saturday afternoon In
R. N. Jordan of Grants Pass tar
ried a" day In Medford during tho
Eaglo Point Rebekah degreo lodge
Installed Its newly elected officers
one recent evening. Among those
present from Medford wcro, Mrs. C.
W. Conklln. Mrs. A. Hlldobrand, Mrs.
Nollio Wing, Mrs. C. J. Beach, Mrs.
J. Boardman, Mrs. M. Peter, Mr. and
Mrs. W. Ussher.
Ed Wilkinson, Shorty Miles, Court
Hall, George Merrlmau, and ClinrleH
Young are among tho Medford men
who will bo at tho rlugsldo when
Hud Anderson fights Hnmtny Trott
iicxt Saturday afternoon. Horace
Dudley of Los Angolcs will Join tho
local contingent at Vernon.
Mlsu Esther KasHhufer visited In
Mr, and .Mrs. Lyle Yockloy of Ash
lund spent Sunday in Medford.
E. E. Hart and wlfo ot Council
Bluffs, Iowa, who havo been visiting
Edgar, loft Sunday for California.
Prof. P. J. O'aurit has received
word of his. election to u fellowship
lu tho American association for tho
iidvancomont ot sclenco at their an
nual meeting recently hold at Cloyo
Lawrenio Rukes and Frank
Gooddalo accompanied tho Central
Point baud on its tour in California.
Thoy left Sunday and expect to bo
gono a week.
Special noon lunch 12 to 2, 25c,
Manhattan Cnfe. 2C2V
Ralph Roberts who haa been nt
Mabel, Oregon, for tho past several
weeks 1ms returned to his homo lu
Special noon lunch 12 to 2, 2Rc
Manhattan Cnfe. 262
A. C Worden spent n tow hours
In Medford Saturday.
R. W. Until, editor of tho Medford
Sun, returned Sunday from n mouth's
visit to his old liu mo, Ilocktord, III.
Ho reports business booming and
over) body busy there.
Jesso In) lor was In from his ranch
MOIiSJS)VOM&Y TO JOIjV JUG SMWIMCW
TA1UDE IX WASUIXGTO.X, MtltClt it
SALEM, Ore., Jan. 20. In a ono
uour session before lunch adjourn
ment today the scnato received IS
now bills and heard tho majority and
minority commltteo reports on the
right of B. E. Klddlo to hold his
scat as senator from Union and Wal-
Tho majority report, signed by
Beau and Thompson, declares Hint
Kiddle Is entitled to hold his seat
Tho minority report, by McCulloch,
favors John S. llodgln, his contest
ant, and suggests a complete recount
of tho votes. Tho reports wcro made
a special order for this afternoon.
Two-thirds of tho 150 bills so far
Introduced tn tho house are dcfoclho
becauso ot omissions In tho tltlos,
Speaker McArthur told tho housoto
day and must bo amended by commit
tee. The reason for this, tho speak
er explained. Is that tho provision ot
tho state constitution requiring that
everything tn tho btll be Included In
the title has not been adhered to.
Eighteen bills wcro Introduced at
tho early session ot tho house.
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Mssrv ' sssVvr r 't ' saMMllli1 W
PlDSESSi. BBBBF li V ' TTiT'll?
88335 i eV -v v , i r -' AiTkeT. '
POSTAL. ROPBER $
imJvm.iJ9mmmt k'l 1 1st
BILL TO AID WEST
MILLER WONT LET
ANY PRISONER 001
CHICAGO, Jan. 20. Unlet. the
United Stales circuit court of npxnl
overrules District Attorney Miller's
objections to tho $(!0,000 bonds fur
uihhwi hy I'aeifio count lalmr miious
for tho rclcnso of K. A. Clancy, con
victed with 32 other labor leaders of
unlawfully traiiHtortiti; dynamite,
the Sun Francisco man must remain
in the government prinon ut Fort
Lnennorth until other a lire ties arc
STEAMER ELDER DISABLED
BY STORM AT SEA
A troop of attractive Dianas, horsewomen known for their proficiency In
horseui!itishlp,.wlll have a prominent place In tho big surrrago pnrmle of Mun.li
3 nt Wathlugtoti, 1). C MUs Julia Gotdsltoroiigh and llln Mary Morgan, of
Washington, both of whom liae won bluu rlbbous in society horse shuns, will
display their liorvinuinlilp u famous uioiints. and amoiig the other women
who havo already proinlMil to ride nro Mrs. dentin smith Tliiniiu and Mrn
Churchill C.indee. Recruits to the troop are being daily gathered and It !
hocd that this nlciuriuc feature will x augmciilcd by such dashing riders
ns MNs Jauet Allen, MM ICatherlnc Elfelns, Miss Lucl'lo Clierhoulcr, of Mary
land, add many others who hae won wide reputation riders
.--!. -s 2--r i iter-
NEW JERSEY 10
DRIVE ALL TRUSTS
OUT OF BUSINESS
UTILE BOB WINS
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 20. Hor
stern crumbled In by n, monitor wave
which flooded her dining room and
30 lowcrdeck staterooms, while sho
was on her way from Portland, tho
stcumcr Gcorgo W. Elder Is today on
her way to San Diego, after touch
ing hero tor repairs.
SECOND TRIAL OF DARROW
(Continued ttom pane 1.)
the Lockwood charge, the xecouil in
dictment would never be preswul.
It is admitted by tho Mute that
nioxt of the evidence in the Hniu case
was presented ut Harrow's first dial,
which resulted in Ills iiciuittul on
August 17 last.
I!rJIcry of Haiti
District Attorney Fredericks con
sented to ittbtpoiicinents for one
caiixc or another but nlwnys adhered
to his originnl statement that lie
nould prosccuto Dufrow on the sec
A brief resume of tlio Ilain cahe
Robert P. Uain, nu aged Carpen
ter nnd grand nrmy votcr.it), nlleged
that on Oct. 0, 1011, the day after
ho (Uain) had been drawn ns n juror
in tho MoNnmuru trial, Hurt Frank
lin, nu employ of Clnri-uco Darrow,
(nine to bis home, mid rvo Mrs. lliiiti
-W00, while bo was way, for which ho
was tu hold out for acquittal. Mrs,
Hum admitted that hIio ucccptcd tbo
money mid persuaded her husband to
ugrco to tbo proposal.
Mrs. liuiii tcMiiicd at lliu first trial
that Praiikliii used every persuasion
lit his command to gain bis ends,
telling her that tbo MeNaiiiuru bro
thers were bcintr iwistculed nnd Hint
a frumo-ui was being worked to
"railroad them to thu penitentiary,"
Franklin was tbo stale's star wit
ness in tbo Lockwood case and cor
roborated Mrs. Haiti's testimony in
detail. Dariow's closest friends say
that bo is pruclicully u imper as u
result of the cxpciisu incurred in bis
Durruw ban held many ignitions
of honor. At one time lie wus it mem
ber of the Illinois legislature and in
1U02 ho was uppoiuted to rcprcsenl
the antliracito coul miners of that
A Btato fedoratlon ot labor
been formed In Now Mexico.
TKBNTON, N. J.. Jan. 20 New
Jersey will no longer bo known ns
tho home nt tho trusts If seven bills
aimed against monopoly to be intro
duced In tho state IcgUliituro today
Governor WoudrW 'WltKun. lh
presldcut'Clect, Is behind the new leg
islation and promises their adoption
even if he Is forced to whip the leg
islators Into Hue. Tho proposed leg
islation rarrirs radical changes, mak
ing violation of thoir provisions
piinlshablo by a fluo mid imprison
ment. One stipulates that ono or
two firms or persons who would ro
strlct trado or production and pre
vent competition aro guilty of iiiIh
demeanor." Another provides that
bona fldo values ot mutiny or proper
ty must back all stock Issues mid that
stock mult not bu Issued against an
ticipated profits. Another prohibits
ono corporation fropi Joining utiothor
for tho purpose of restricting (ratio.
Governor Wilson this nfternouu
predicted all tho bills would paw.
PRESIDENT TAFT NOT
TO RESIGN AS RUMORED
NI'AV IIAVKN. Jan. 20. I'lesidrnt
Tuft arrived here today. It is slated
bu has jiulilcd In the rcipicsts of
ptber members of the Vnlo corpora
tion mid will not rciiiru until -March 1.
VASSAR GRADUATE WHO
WA$ NEARLY KIDNAPPED
II I BT''' iBBB
if i r tbv sBfjBBBflr I 1
I I i "' MBjr i I
1 Ij3jBL Mm"r x I I,
11 I' "MtwHl,7 "BBV' i it I i
MI55 AtM f STTCKEl
Still confined to 'her bed nnd under
tho caro of n physician, and suffcilng
from tho effect of the shock and in
(titles as tho result of her harrowing
sxpcrJcnco when an attempt was mnda
to Lid nap her, Miss Anna E. Stcckle,
tho Vassar graduato anaduuguter of
Ituben P. Steckle, capitalist, ot Allen.
town, l'iin It Is feqrcd, will bo unablo
for somo timo to appear against Samuel
Sinclair, Jr., State highway Inspector
hud onetime Bw.nrtlinioro1 Collcgo atlt-
lets, and his nephew, K. Walter fiturr,
Jr., who are charged wlih the abduc
Uoii. . . ,'
WASHINGTON', Jan 20 Shaking
his fist under the nones of Senators
Henry Cabot Lodgu and Kllhu Hoot
whom hu saltl "Gentlemen who do
fended tho plutocracy" Senator Hub
ert M. l.n 1'olletto forred tho seuato
Icuilorn to drop the attempt to forio
tho passugo of what ho called the
"Joker Immigration bill" hlclt al
ready has pabrcd the houn'.
I .a I'ollctto'tt attack, which was
dramatic in tho extreme, followed
protests read by Senators O'Gormaii
nnd Stono which originated from thu
Dillingham Immigration bill.
I .a Follcttc, lea pint; t' bis feet,
with bis clenched fists outstretched,
forced Knot tn admit Hint the oiwru-
tinii of Ibis pniisinii wniibl cimb1
Ituxsiu tn s(np the immigration of nil
political refugees and alter a bitter
denunciation of tho whole plan and
its authors, La Pnllcttu forced from
l.odgu a mid ion to refer tbo whole
bill back tn the conference coiuiui'trc.
This was adopted.
After bis personal denunciation nt
Lodge and Knot, La Kollellc said:
"This clause in thu bill was not
considered in thu house after the
conference rcHirl. It woulJ Mint mil
cory liberty loving mm who bus
settled in my statu and laid tho fouii
datiou fur the movement tn bring I be
government back tn the poplc.
"Ihiiiknf tbo rhildislniets uf It'll.
nig over to Kttxslii thu iieeisloii mi
who shall bo ndmittcd to America)
Itiixsiu could tomorrow adopt reg
ulations to take from America men
who they fear."
Ln Pollctlo denounced the whole
"conference system" of legislation
and urged the democrats who lire
coming into power Ut fhauiro it.
POIlTliAND, Oin., Jan. 20 Vl'lte
United HlatcH gland Jurj today n
turned an tntllctmcnt iMiuialuliig flo
inuiitri, against John Turgonmii, who
was ai rested lust week at llosuhurg,
and later brought) to Portland, Four
of tho intuitu charge Torrtcrson with
rubbing the iHistoftlres At Medford,
Gold lllll, 'I'alctit, and Itbgim It Ivor,
Id Itoiittioru Oregon, mid tho fifth
chaiged tho thoft of a letter carrier's
key at Medford.
United States District' Attorney
MeConit today ntated that 'rnrgemnn
would be turned over tn Sheriff Judd
j'. l!od of Ited lllurr, Cul , to !
returned to California to stand trial
for tho aliened killing ot Edward
Milter at Vina, Cat , Dec. 4, as somi
as llod hud focured the itcccssaiy c-
ti million papers.
SHIP AFIRE AI SEA
l'llll-ADIlLI'IllA. Jan. 'JO. Her
hold a mims of flnuieM, while great
wnvrs tossed her about as the wind
blew (10 tulles an hnitr, mid with the
two women and til pusteugcr usit.
inir the ervw in cheeking lite Hie, the
steamer Ctirthngemaii mirrouh
escapetl distiiictloii while fiOO miles
east of St. Jnhtift, nrconliiii; to tho
storv told hero totlav bv those wlm
putwed tbniagh the ex)sricnce.
Fnr nine hours tho flames h ml mw
Hesluu f (be vessel, nnd several
times Captain MeKlllop was prompt
ed tn order nil haiitU tn the lifclmnW,
uiilv In be bcbl back b.v the liPin
sea. The lire was finally flooded
out, nnd the vessel girn assi(oare
by the steamer Xumldiaii nnd the
Hteamer I'niuium, which bad hasten
ed in the scene in rcsHiiiso In wire
less calls of distress.
' i , i ii i - .i .i
HU.KM, Urc, Jail. 20. Senator
McColloeh Into tudit) will Intruducu a
bill empowering the governor tn ap
point itpcelal district ntto,niuyn, itimr
Ifrs tllitl t'oiitilablcti fut' iiilliillled por
lo.l, not uttit'o tlinu iilne.iy duii at u
lime, Willi the vume auUuiilty nt it
Senator .McCulloch drew up the
moiisliro no that any tnltttlRrlr olBOtitd
poaco officer, who. In the iiovuriiom
opinion, Is dlrollrt, lit his dutlw. tun)
bo miiiplhnUnl l,jr ono nf tils porHir
f ' "
ClIICAdO, Jan. 211. Ailillliiial
bonds, offered hero for P. JL HVah,
(ircsidcnt of tho lnleriuitloiiul asso
ciation of IlritlgO mill Ktructurnl Itoii
Vorkcrs, ilml H, II. Houlihan rind
Win, Hlloiipe, sOnhlg setitenccs in
Lcuvenwprtb prison lur lllcgillly
transporting dyliuuille, wcro turned
down as ritiir iinriiif lul'iiftMi'V lido to-
lay by United rilnlns District AttorJ
licy Chut lex W. Miller,
Ilomls J'oi W. K, Hcddin, W. 11.
licit, coiivioted on similar cluirgos,
wero 'also offered 'tn Ibrt' Unl'l'cd
miiU'n eirmiif, court nf up)0al, wliich
wijl (It'cidti toinut'itnv wliethur '.Mil
ler's ob.joelloiis"o '(hu 'llnmls o'ft'erOd
for Hyiin and tllo'utliui niVvnUil. "
llonds for Win. IlurnliuriU of Cin
cinnati, iira.cn route hero nnd bliould
in rive late today.
L'ucnuraged b the large amount of
prnspeelUo liUMuces (he owners of
tho Itcintled WaiehotiNo arc eotilcin.
plating altering tlm plans for lb
structure tn iniiko it a two storv
building instead of one story its orig
inal! v planned. The wnrelnniMi i
located near tbo Medford (Irocen
ompany's plant nu the ,M. . tracks
and is being rapidly cumplclcd. Star
age space will bo rented tu inauufac
taring concenis wlm will sell their
goods in (bis sccUoil fiiim .Medford,
tbcrebj cllcetuig a saxm uu ficighl
Already enough business lum been
lined up In make the ciituic a suc
cess. I'nul Wiigbt has been apsuat
YOUTH KILLED DY FRIEND
WHILE EXAMINING PISTOL
SAN I'ltANCISCO. Jim. SO Death
by n bullet rnuio In II. A MeColl, Jr .
IN years old, hem today, In his
father's hardware storo when a revol
ver exploded lu tho hands of .Milton
Stnntoy, 10, whllo tho two hojs wero
eamliilng tho weapon. Tho Stanley
lad was held by tint police.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOIt SAM: Piano, steel range, small
heating stovo and Iron bed stead,
17 IJnss Court. . , ,
THAT TIRED FEELING
Suggests Oratttlinolliei's llcmctly
It's trtio, thu season Is hero Willi
Its sudden rhauges, and tho old Idea
that wo need u bfood medicine, is not
Without reason. Too much heavy
food has caused a torpid liver, ulug
p.lsh blood, ii ml it 'Walk, tli'ed oiit
Sulphur, cream Of tartar nnd lilli
frissos was grahillnbthur's romedy
hut 'that has long ago 'boon displaced
by Viiiol, a combination if tho two
tifoiit World famed tonics,' namely, tho
modlrlnnl curatlvo nlumentii of the
coilii liver Wlthutlt 'oil, nnd Iron for
Vluol blilldsyoil up, innkcn jou eat
iiioro and dfgciit bnttor, makcu oitr
bldotl rich ami purd putu " liuulthy
color In your cheeks.
P, Q. llarker qf IIOWuii'h Mill, tin.,
sayst "Wlioli I was badly run 'down
laHt spring 1 took Vluol lu tin offo'it
to regain my health and strength and
It did not dltmpiioltit mo. It' nuitlo
mo fool as woll as over." ' ' '
"-WU'guararitoo'Vlnol 16 rfdtlHfy you
and rotund your money It It does not,
Mud ford Pharmacy, Medford, Oiu,
And you Imvf tlmo to
lliinlc of your real wtmLs
wouldn't il lip a t imply
.surest ion lo sou tlutL
your fWt two properly
lii'oli'cltwl durinj,' this
cold mid wt't spell
You can't al'foi'tl (o bo
on (ho side list when
"Good Shoos" iih woll
as Hubbcm can ho had al
Opposito Post Offico
5vJjTs L 'will
7i77j wife across
th tah(fl ami a
Golden Rod Oats!
. I") hoinongiilill
NOrr KiMkm 1 r.n tlin.
villi r ami 4ln- n I
Jour UitKr .ham tttt I'lvmluM
Major .J. I. CIiiiu'h lootui'o
Travel and hi parado
Friday Evening, January 24
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