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Til 15 iMIODKOIM.) MAIL TIMBUNIO, ftHSlJFOIED, OlfW'OX, MONDAY, XOVlOArP.iOK. 20, 1900.
f t Li TRIAL OF MILLIONAIRE OIL MAN 13 STARTED (I'lill.'d 'ri l.fMii Wlrn ) AUSTIN. Tex.. .Nov. 20. Tim I rial V.. I). ('li"ii..woili dl' Ktiw'iu is hi of llonry Clay fiurco, iiiillionuiru oil Mi'illoiil ImiKiii M It or bn-uifn mill- magnate, itiiottNuil oi! perjury ,11 con-, turn. nmttion with tint diwiling of the Wn F. ('. Tultli" fifl'iiion, dr., ii iiiiiniiif tum-l'iureo Oil company wn Ik-kiiii (Iiom making a lui'iitioii in Southern Intro today, , OnKon. i Pierce niiiilu a hiinl Unlit t avoid i II I it ii ... 1 ... i . . I I !.. ... I ..I I I It... ..I 1 1... I Mi li. IVOIiy, ill-., Mlipi'I'llllUIKIUIIl Ol ( l.'OIIllllg I" lllllli I1HVINH illllli-u in. i lilt) Rogue Hivor l-ili linlehory, re rune lo (ho United Stolon Aiipieino tliriit'il to Klk crock .Moinlny inoiii- couit in hi content ngiiinl uxtrmli ing. .Mr. Kelly Muled that iiiniioili- tion. Ho in known n one of llin ittii Mon will ha taken to repair llio inont prominent oil iiiiikiiiiIch in the rnvtigoa of I'tho Into Morm at (ho 'country anil In alleged to havo been f govoriitiiiiut plant. allied with tho standard Oil company 4 .1. V. I.nnca of (IrantH Piim wan a in many of its duals. Alcdford viMtor Sunday. " - .Mr. and Mr. A. C. Joy of Jack "LAND OF NOD" SOON 'i.onlllo wuru rogiMoiod at tho Ho AT MEDFORD THEATER tol .Moore Sunday. ' - t dim WiIhoii of ClranU Van wan, Hotindud on tho north hy the Sea In .Mod find Sunday. , of Sentiment, on the south hy tho Floyd (I. Whit llci of Ashland upent I.nku of Laughter, on the wont hy tho ? Saturday night with .Mudford I'ri U. I lillw of Harmony and on lln cant by Andrew .lolduo, the well-known i tho MountniiiH oOIirth, det.urihe the t niliior, ii in .M ml ford from llutton, jniUHicul oxIraviiKiiur.a, "Tho Land of - 0 I. Nod," which couicn to the .Mcdford .Mr. and .Mr. .1. C. Doiiiih of KJaut-, theater on .Monday, December 0. . th Full niH in Mudloid. ' The prodiiotion Ir one of tho larj- J. .M. Alnutt of Ahlaud made oM mnmonl organization on tour., Modford da liiminoM vUll Saturday While it in four year old, the oriiiil night and Sunday. -'M roniiiiiin nlinowt the ino uml in- O. A. Iluhliani wa in .Medford loltido math well-known names an from hi Hutte Creek ranch Monday. Kaox Wikon, Neil .MsNVil, Anna .Me O. II. I'. VnorlilffM mid wife, who Nahh, Kloronco Sinnott, Dorothy HI Imvu ben vlHililtiir relative and , Ii, Claude Lighlner, Willin ui.Moricnn. frtwul in .Miuouri, relumed to Mod- Nelnon Riley and Robeit I.a Londe. ford (hi week. i ; ; Tin. W. T. U. .n. prpnr.d j I'loiUTIo.N .notich. tt'ciHl iiiojimiii for "Mnllitfi' day," Tho inwliuir i lo l held nt the home ; To w,,ol, 11 "'" of Dr. Mvrtlc S. I.ockwood on liml j "'' Inturoat'ln M.tfont .Mnla utreet. All mother re ui-ued I twwii and IMkrry to J.it.iri to he proncm, whether von are a 1 ,,,lrfih' lrtiwrnlili oxLMi.tr I.e. "White Uil.houer" or not. You nre1tw"'" w,itz"' ,,u'1 "lv"t,lf ' ,,cr', H-elcou.e. The time i .'I o'clock. i hy '""'v,"l " outin.ni.llin Mm- m i.......i t iu..b......-tti.. i aceouai are oue uif? nfw una uo MI"i i IIIll i I Iff m FOLLY A8 IT FLIES Net Profit. The Youno ltti " j -JSLis W7 w 1 I x - hr.e.' A I JV ' J Tcnrlfr-ThlPty-tlircc c; nt CO To Make Women More iShapely and Comfortable "f!oHl tiiortiltiK, Sitwklehoy, !!.. In liulinV" "Oh, ll' all Iol no profit, now.i dfiyn! Why. only .vcJterday wlfey'n mother got tnitKlcil up In n net." "Well, tlint'n net profit. Imi't lr?" is the Mission of Mino. Pctrco, tho New York La Orocquo export corsi'tit'i't' who will, bpginniiig today advise each woman who may call on her as to the proper model for her particular figure. Her export knowledge is invaluable to you in selecting a corset that will most impovc your figure and give you style and comfort. Por one week beginning tomorrow. Tom It r--ThlrijM !;( ; cent pr dozen 'I worn ltlll-OiittiiBwu, I cull It. Qtrenuou Treatment. Can't Beit o Wcmsii. .iHckooitville yvnn n .Medford vinitor Monday. Kditor 1'attiitou of the Central Point Herald wiim in Mcdford on hu !iio Monday. Mr. uml Mm. It. It. Head, who have linon hero for the pant two woekn, IooUIiik over tho vnlley, left Monday oveuliiK for I'ortlitud on IiiihIuohh, and may rontlauu tholr Journey to Seattle. They will return In a few day, however, nn they havo already inndo arratiKeinentH for tho purrhnno of a ptero of deHtrnliln property, and Intend to become permanoat real deatn of Southern OreRon. T. I.. Ilohnrt, a prominent citizen of Tnlont, wni In Modford Monday lookliiK after hUNlnoHfi mattorti ,tMr. and .Nfr. Hjchard Calder have left for Homo throo Aionths' ntay on the wet-t nide of tho valley. Henry Stillmnn of upper Little Bntto creel; in in Modford on a shoit ltusineHH viwit. William II. ("onncr of Hit Mutto i fipeiidinj a few dayn in Medford on hiirdnoHH Ii. K. Whiting Inn returned from a vtNit in Millie Point with hin fam ily. The waft condition of the V. & Iv track Iiaa somowhat interfered with their ruuniuc Hohedule. Tho hridifo nerosti Hear creek has been entirely replauked hy tho coun ty and is in much bettor condition for traffic. William Davis in ereetiuc a new hoiiHo on the eiiHt nide, to replace the one recently destroyed hy fire. Tho Oregon Granite ooinpauy ha neat its erew of outtorH to tho ipiar rios, iih the roadx arc too soft for freighting hIoiio. Cleorgu WIlHon of Grants I'nBS waw a recent Modford vlHltor. I P. Whittle of AHhland Is visit ing In Mcdford. U. M. Whitman of Hnglo Point ppont Sunday la Medford. M. ItohavHky of Kugeno ta visiting frlumlH In Modford. Mr. and Mra. J. C. Dounco of Klamath Kails Is visiting in Modford, aiMumo all ludobteduoft a to I nut mim. j. :ionni:s. -f -f "f -f -f -f -f -f -f 4- 4- BUSINESS LOCALS Mrx. Lifiiiljo Doan' yo' liiifibond lub yo' I'ny mo'? Ho used to say for a good wife yo was Ie record . Mrs. Samlio Vans,, en now ho cornea Lome en tries to beat de record. Wai Put Out. nst nua! far the least mcnoy at tho Spot cafe. Ella Gnunyaw, public stenographer, ' room 4, Pain: buildinc. Orders for sweet cream or butter milk promptly filled. Phono the creamery. Medford, Oregon: Thi3 certifies that we have sold Hall's Texas Won der for the cure of all kidney, blad der and rheumatic trpublos for ten years, and bnve never had a com plaint. It gives quick and permanent relief. CO days' treatment in each bot tle. Medford Pharmncv. ! IN FASHION'S REALM. Girl Are Wearing th Hudion-Fulton Caps 8llvar Fringe on WaUti. Clrls have taken ciithiixlutitlciilly tc the long iiipe uiiide of brlulit bluu cloth on Hod the Hudson Pulton. The cloth U rouuh and heavy, uml the capo Is Intended for service. The facings are the feature. They are about two Inches wide and extend from collar to hem, some being pale blue, others bright apple green. The high straight collar Is the regulation navy one In blue velvet, with gold mars. There are gold buttons down tho front and long openings well stitched at the sides j for the hands, j Home of the yokes and collars miuU , of net nre lined with gold or sliver tls "Oeorge never tells me a word about his business," "Neither does my husband. Hut when I wnnt to find out I Invite some i company, and he lets out everything." HUNDREDS HAVE NARROW ESCAPE IN COAL MINE MAKIOK. III., Nov. 21). Reports this aftornoon pay that' ouo man is lcad and 100 othors had narrow os capos from death when miners struck n gas pocket in a mino north of hero. The fiit nows reaching tho city fnid that a kocoiu! Cherry disaster had occurred and caused great ex citement. Information front the. pooiie is slow in coming through, and .furthor details are not known now. OAKLAND MAN ARRESTED FOR VIOLATING BETTING LAW OAKLAND, Cal., Nov. 20. Oco. Drown, also known as oCJorgo .elln aky, wuh held by Pollco Judge Sam uels today to answer In tho superior court to tho chnngo of violating tho Valkor-OtlH antl-bettlng bill. 13, P, Mnrtln, a bookmaker, who wan aroatod with Drown on a point complaint, wan dismissed by Judgo RamunlH, It was alleged that Drown was oinplnyod by Martin but tho court hold that thoro was no ovl doro to Hhow that tho money placod In Drown's hands wan turned ovor to Martin, This Is tho first tost caso as tho result of tho rnco mooting at Rmory vlllo undor tho now antl-raco-bottlng law. i UM K I 111 1 -i L U 1! Mrs. niacl; To' husband doan' take in tali Interest In baseball, do be. Mrs, Drown' Now, my husband am always talklu' about dc home plate. Mrs. Drown Huh! I)e only plate mah husband talks about am de din ucu plate. Perfectly Correct. A fANCV ni.ODSli sue. at' I iieh f silver frlngo ap pears ut tlir top uf the collar and Ir the loo os, This I n very new fash ion. . in' g t.iv. ooulh and In tiny putts will bo M'oti more . ml more as the sea sou adviuioux. Tho blouse closed at tho side Is very smart this season. The model Illus trated Is of leaf green luessallue. with trimmings of bluok Mitlu and yoke of cream lace. .11 OK.' CIIOI.I.r'T. Thin Mny Mniilnn pnUmi U mit In slxuj fl'ONI .ii III I;' lllCllO llUHt IIUMKUIt'. Sonil 10 OitlltH to tills oIIIck, Klvllli tltltlllidl'. ttin, uml It will I io rimi0.y forwiuilixl lo you .liy miuU. If In umo Nenil at) tuUll'.lonui two runt vtiiii) for lottor iotatio, wlilcti Imhiho.h initio iioiiiit ilollvi'ry. 'That fellah De Whit Is vewy llllt ewate. Isn't he? l.nwst night I heah l him say, l don't know nothlm.' " "Ah. yes! I had Just asked him If he was acquainted with you." Not Fastidious. Grace That player got augry when he hit three times at the ball and missed It. Frauk Yes; be dops seem put out. Hard Hit. Too Laic to Classify. FOR SALE Stock rnnch, ,200 acres, 10 miles east of Eagle Point. Box C07. 222 WANTED Man and wife for family of two; man to care for lawn and chores, woman ns cook and house work. Call at Condor Water & Power Co., office, Medford. 210 LOST Gold buckle, enameled in black and white. Reward if return ed at once. Mrs. A. E. Foster, care Mail Tribune office. 216' FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms. 45 N. Bartlett st. 218 WANTED Schoolgirl to work for board. 1518 W. Main st. 220 WANTED Lady who wishes a good steady position to do pressing and , sewing. Good position and calary to right party. Pantorium Dye Works, No. 5 North Fir street. 219 WANTED To buy a good Jersey cow. Address P. O. box 361. 220 Notice. Owing to the fact that our Christ mas postals are coming in and we are orowded for room to disDlay them wo will offer all postals at a 20 per I cent discount for one day only, Sat urday, November 13. This will af ford a good opportunity for you to lay in a supply for future corre sponding nt n price thnt will pay you. "Dls paier sen dat Teddy Itoosovelt's Look ovor our Christmas goods that publishers give him a dollar a word." aro coming in. It is n ploasure to "Dat's uothlu. I wunst got ('- a how them. word when I sassed do judge.' The Reaion. Remember, $1 worth of postals will only cost you 80 cents next Sat urday. The Blue Jay Postal Shop. 331 E. Main st., up stairs. Frank H. Hull, proprietor. When tho remaining ton lots In Walnut Park aro sold lot 10, block 1, I will be given away, nor about It. Sco L. D. War-209 Soliloquy of tho Pole. I'm discovered At Inst, After cuimii'lcs Past. Hut why all tills Mens? Why nwil bo This funs? I linvo stood here Alonu Whllo tlto world yoars llnvo llown, liuon comfy And nice, Kept well imokeri In Ice. Hut why all This row? What do thoy Want now? Thoy marched up, These men, Then nmrcliod down Again. Unltlmore Aroerlcajt, Tho Heiress (In a rage) Leave my presence or I shall make you miall. The Duke (smiling) I'm not particu lar about the quail, miss, I'd be satis tied with a ham sandwich. Miss Hippo Mr. Mouk Is a multi millionaire and the catch of the season. Why did you Jilt him? Miss tilraiTe He seemed lacking In affection. He never even put his arm around my neck and kissed mo once. Should Havo Known Better. A Bio Practice. i feSjL vflfy? yV I You say his sou Is a profos Tho Codtlsh-Ono of your puppies You Can Buy N. Y. Pippin Spitz Bartlett Bosc Cornice Winter Nelis Direct from tho GHOWEHS. Ab solutely Reliable and Dependable Stock growu by Nurserymen who know how. Wrlto us for prices boforo signing a contract. NORTHWEST NURSERY. COMPANY 18 13, Yakima Ave., North Vaklma, Wash. i RESOLVED The best resolution for yon to make is to come to us for your next suit, if yod want something out of the ordinary. We do the best work and charge the lowest prices. W. W. EIFERT THE PEOORUSS1VB TAH,p J. E E.NTART. President JOHN S ORTII, Cashier J. A. PERKY, Vice-President W. B. JACKSON, Ass't Cashier. THE MEDFORD NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL $50,000 SURPLUS $10,000 Safety boxes for rent. A general Banking Business transacted. We solicit your patronage. The Bungalow Rink Open Every Afternoon from 2 Until 5 P. M. Evening from E:30 Until 1"0 o'CIock. ADMISSION FREE. SKATES 25c. W. A. ROBBINS, Proprietor The Best AT THE Rex Market Huth & Pech Props. Phone32 71 Savoy Theatre Tonight THE TWO MR. WHITES (Full of Fun). HE FELL IN LOVE WITH HIS WIFE (Clever Comedy). HIS LOST LOVE (A Biograph Drama. ONE DIME. LOOK Let mo mnko a monogram fob for you, individual and dhtinctitvo in design, or mako any kind or des'gn of jowolry in gold or Bilvar. Watch for announcement of ohai go of location soon in more spaclotw and modern qunrtors. - GEO. A BUTT, The Watchmaker and Jeweler, 135 West Main Street, Corner of Grape, 1 i