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MEDTTORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDI?ORD, OR BOON. TUESDAY. APRIL 2. 1912.
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Arthur Hlclmrd Wilson nml An
toynelto Fells, both of Grants Pass,
wurq married In Medford April IB,
3912, by Hev, A. A. Holmes, pastor
of. the Klrnt llaptlat church, o( Mod
ford. H u ,
Tho frame work for tho new pub
lic market, was started Monday morn
ing, thq, cor.creto foundation hnvlng
beon put JnJnst week.
M. O. Warner, tho- "old reliable"
piano tunor, hua eeenred tho cooper
ation of .Mr A. J. Talnier for the pale
of Tel-Electric PJano Players In
Jackson county, 27
Mrs, Art Poo left Tuesday morn
ing Jor .Cortland, where she will Join
her huflbnnd, who Is employed In the
Southern Pacific machine shops In
p. h. Swlhart, a Derby .merchant,
wis In Medford Monday and Tues
day on business.
Carkln & Taylor (John H. Carkln,
Glenn O. Taylor), attorneys-at-law,
over Jackson County Bank, building,
C. W. Taylor left Tuesday for Ft.
Klamath, where he will bo employed
by the government forest service.
Jeff Bell of Talent was In Medford
Hardwood $2 per tier. Cth and
Fin Gold Ray Realty Co.
Mrs. I. Bailey has returned to her
home at Glendale. Ore., after a visit
In Medford to her daughters, Mrs.
E. A. Wall and Miss May Bailey.
Mr. M. O. Warner, so many years
known lo our people as a piano tuner
of known ability, has added to his
field of endeavor that of selling play
ers that can be attached to any
piano. Mr. Warner having wit
nessed the performance of "the Tel
Electrlc becarao so Impressed with Its
many desirable features secured
quite extensive territory and has
associated with Mr. B. J. Palmer for
sale of said players In Jackson coun
ty. To be found at Palmer's Piano
Eugene Rhelnhart. a former Med
ford boy. Is now on the staff of Aud
itor Edwards, chief auditor for the
Southern Pacific railroad, and Is one
of the few "higher ups" on tho staff
who is In line for promotion. Ills
has been a steady climb upwards
since he first went with the company
several years ago.
Kodak finishing, the best, at Wes
ton's, opposite book store.
E. J. McQulre, of Denver, Colo.,
arrived In Medford Monday.
F. W. llollls, of tho Medford Fur
niture & Hardware company, was In
Rogue River Tuesday on business.
E. D. Weston,, commercial photog
rapher, negatives made any tlmo or
place, by appointment. Phone M. 1471
. D. Jniries, of Lansing, Mich., ar
rived In Medford Monday.
Mrs. J. H. Beeman and daughter,
Miss Blossom, of Gold Hill, were
Visitors in Medford Tuesday.
Hardwood $2 per tier. Cth and
Fir. Gold Ray Realty Co.
V. W. Wlllltts, o Persist, this
county, came In Monday lo see the
circus and attend to several business
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Walters re
turned to Portland Tuesday morning
after a couple of weeks stay In Med
ford. See R. A. Holmes, Tho Insurance
Man, over .Jackson County bank.
Guy A. Rose, of Applegate, was In
tho city Monday.
E. C. Skinner, of Roseburg, was
doing business In tho city Monday.
Mr. Skinner Is load agent for tho
Producers' Fruit company In Rose
burg. Furniture, glassware and pianos
packed and unpacked. Transfer and
baggage. Both phones. Matthews &
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. James, of Van
couver, B. C, arrived in Medford
Monday and are hero looking over
(he city and valley.
S. A.' Newell, ladles' tailor, 4th
floor M. F. & II. Co. bldg.
A carload of brick and tile mak
ing machinery was taken to Jackson
ville Tuesday morning. This Is all
new machinery and is shipped direct
from the factory in Ohio. It' will bo
installed In the Peter EnslI brick and
tile yards, near Jacksonville.
Dr. M. C. Barber, physician and
surgeon has moved from tho M. F.
& II, building to room 9 Palm block.
Opposite tho Nash hotel, 36
Dr. R. W. Clancy ha's purchased a
30 horsepower Overland touring car.
This is certainly a test on a car as it
will bo nocossary for It to go back
and forth to his resldenco on top of
Hospital hill several times every day.
Hardwood $2 per tier. Cth and
Fir. Gold Ray Roalty Co.
Dr. E II. French has sold an eight
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Sftjr tion 8071
Might 1ioumi y. W. Wka 3071
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ncro orchard tract, lying one mile
west from Phoenix, to John A Lyons
recently from Minneapolis, Minn.
The pr)e paid was , S000. Mr
French i expects to move-; t the or
chard. S. Garvlk left Tuesday morning
for a business trip to Klnmath Falls
Th F. 1. I., association of tho
Presbyterian church gave n surprise
party to Airs. R. A. Johnson, at her
home on Kntherlno street, Monday
evening. Mrs. Johnson is president
of the association and Is also super
intendent of the primary department
of the Sunday school of that church.
There were 15 In attendance at tho
parly and a very pleasant evening
was enjoyed. Mrs. Johnson Is soon
to leave for Victoria, H. C. where
her husband is engaged In business.
As a token of the association's ap
preciation of tho lady's efforts to
ward tho upbuilding of the society
and earnest efforts as an untiring
Christian worker In all lines of
church betterment she was presented
Lwlth n beautiful piece of cut glass.
Mrs. Mlna E. Severdson and chil
dren, of St. Maries, Idaho, arrived
In Medford Monday night and expect
to reside here. Mr. Severdson will
probably reach here within a few
weeks. Sirs. Severdson Is a daugh
ter of Sir. Stagg, who formerly lived
In Medford and Talent.
1). Larson, of Portland, who has
been In Medford for several days,
left for the south Tuesday morning.
Mrs. M. E. Rutledge. of Talent,
was in Medford Monday and Tues
day, the guest of Mrs. B. H. Hanson
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reed, of Tal
ent. were In Medford Tnesday on
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wlmmer left
on Xo. 15 Tuesday for Clovls, X. M.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Flsk,
on April 20, 1912. an eight pound
Mrs. Joe Dairy and her sister, Miss
Helen Meyers, left Tuesday for a
visit to relatives In Ager, Cal.
Mrs. R. C. Stone, or Central Point,
was in Medford Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hafer left on
Xo. 15 Tuesday morning for a
three or four days' business stay In
Some one has evidently fallen
asleep at the switch which controls
those cluster street lights. Monday
night a dozen or more of them were
The members of tho Medford
Young People's Union will give a so
cial at the First Presbyterian church
on Wednesday evening of this week.
All young people of the city are cor
dially Invited to bo present. A good
time is assured all who attend.
Berdan & Sons commenced work
Tuesday morning on n contract they
have for moving the old dwelling
house on Bartlett street south of the
Kentner company's storo to South
Riverside, where It will bo repaired
and made suitable for residence pur
poses. Excavating will at once com
mence on the vacated lots by S
Childers for the erection of a large
brick garage, which will be owned
by Mr. Childers and the Emerick
The county court has contracted
with Twohy Bros, to macadamize
that part of the Medford-Central
Point road from the end of the
paved streets at tho Medford city
limits to commencement of the
macadam work put in by Twohy
Bros, last fall. The distance Is
about half a mile. This strip of
road is In the Medford road district
but not Inside tho corporate limits
of the city. W. W. Harmon, former
county roadmaster, will have charge
of the work.
G. P. Jester of Grants Pass was In
Medford Sunday visiting Mrs. Jes
ter, who Is here visiting friends.
Miss Grace Turner and T. F. Han
ley of Grants Pass were in Medford
Sunday, guests of Attorney and Mrs.
E. E. Kelley.
The Taxpayers' association, which
was organized a couplo of weeks ago,
will meet at the Medford opera house
tonight at 8 o'clock for the purposo
of electing officers, and for tho ap
pointment of committees and to tran
sact any other business which may
come up in line of proper and equit
Mrs. C. S. Helnllne aud Mrs. Wll
Hon, of Roseburg, who have been In
Medford several days, guests of Rev,
and Mrs. E. O, Eldrldge, returned to
their home Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Porter, wlfo of Dr. E. II.
Porter, Is expected to return to
Medford this week from an extended
visit In the cast.
SAY HER PATIENTS
STARVED TO DEAT'
nV'XL. . 3M
Surrounded liv mmumI growth tlr.
the htlKUIe. Kick of Okillit u un
tc:imhlp landing on the 'ltnp uiiint
.bore of tin wi'-I ni-h:c hetween T
voma aud Seattle, Vnh uuil (.w
miles distant from Tueoiuti, i Un- ll,u
.trd Starvation Cure S.uiHurluii.
known at Ol.iSIa a "S;.irnli(
Luelan Agasls. MriOsti Vke Coumi
at Taeunia. charged that Mr. Ilnxmu-.
paid special attention to ItrltNIi tm
client, and that when oni? of :heic
died she va equally Iudutrtiu. In nl.
tatutug th" admltiNtratlon of the'
estates for hcrxclf or traced friend .
Mr. Haxwird u:n lnvu iimtr!
charged with lir-t degree minder, fn
which the punishment In the Slate .
Washington li hanging Slie N in
cused of kturvlnc to death Claire Win
lamion. thirty-two jours old, of t.t
don, England. She and an elder .
ter, Dorothea, were iKit.um at ....
ciultarlum. It N all tlul their j-ii".
estate Is worth $100,000.
EAGLE POINT EAGLETS
Uy A. C. Ilowlett
AGAINST MILITANT WOMEN
LONDON', April 23 llocominendu
tions for indictmenta uguinst Mrs.
Emmeliuo Punkliurst and Lawrence
I'ethrick nnd wife, lenders of tho Mif
l'nige movement in Kngliind, charging
"conspiracy to violate the property
net nnd malicious injury to property, '
were jnndo by the judge presiding at
tho grand jury investigation of tho
recent biiffrugotto wiiidow-smasdiing
Members of Rogue River Encp.
No, 30 requested to be presont April
24th. Degroo work and refreshments.
A. N, HILDEBRAND, Scrlbo.
When we arrived on Klk Creek we
found that .McCnlalian & Son had
their saw mill all rigged tip ready for
business nnd already had n large
quantity of logs in the yard ready for
the summer's run. They anticipate u
big run this summer. Going on ,tp
the creek n little further we came to
the reMtlenee of Dave l'onoc. He has
built for himself n neat residence and
is clearing more land and getting his
farm in good shape. He was iust
getting ready to go to work on the
county road-., lie linving been appoint
ed supenisor for this year. We next
stoppt'd for n few moments to call on
Ed Pence who is one of the prosper
ous fanners of that section but he
was away from home working, on u
new house that Mr. Reynolds wnH
putting up. . Mr. Reynolds is, thcimui
who was. bunied out n few weeks nga,
and during the lire Dnve Pence came
in such close contact with the fire :w
to singe one side of his mustache off,
HP hud to shave off the other side
and that makes him look us sad as a
preacher in the pulpit without n coat.
From there Hev. Davis went up to
.Mr. Miller's where we could get horse
feed, for at this season of tho year
hay is very scarce in the Elk Creek
country, and I went to Mr. CJcorge
Lyncli'a for headquarters. They have
n fine school in this neighborhood.
Miss Mamie Wright is training the
young people how to develop their
ideas and make useful men and wom
cu. During our stay there Prof. I).
E. Henry, one of the school supervis
or ,spt'iit the day in the school and
was trying to plan to have a central
school established nt Trail and have
all tin children of the five or six dis
tricts attend one school and have
that school embrace the high school
branches and thereby save the ex
pense of about three teachers, but tho
trouble of that move is tho children
going from Jionie to the school house
and in order to obviate that difficulty
his plan was to have some one go in
tho morning and take them to school
and then in the ufterioon take them
home again, but in that ense the team
fronj that district would have to trav
el thirty-ix miles each day and would
Imvo.ti) start from home by 0:.'10 a. jj.
to reach the school house by 9
o'clock a. in., and then would liavo to
start .promptly at -1 p. m. to enable
them to reach home liy.(i;:iu p. in., so
tho idea did not take well with the
Elk Creek people.
Owing to Hcv. M. C. Davis' name
being drawn as a juror in Grants Pum
we did not. continue (he meeting us we
anticipated hut closed on Wednesday
night aud bade fareu'iU'to the good
people of that section. In looking
around in my rounds I find that near
ly all of the people in the mountain
regions are render of the Mail-Tri-bune.
und Hcem to bo satisfied with
tho paper. There is considerable
work done in the line of improvement
on the farms. Mr. Millfir is extending
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
15 ACRES sandy creek bottom land
with freo water right nnd ditch to
tho laud now. This land Is suit
able for all kinds of vegetables,
berries and alfalfa. PrJco $150
per ucro. Would consider trndo.
Oliver IJ. Brown, 43G N. Bartlett
40 ACRES near Eijgla Point. This
would ho un idealy homo tract as It
Is sultablo for a variety of pur
poses. Fruit nnd grain and poul
try. Prlco $75 per ncro. Would
couoldcr tradetf. Oliver U, Brown,
430 N. Bartlett at.
PHlLAIHOLPim, Pa., April 211 -En
routn to the convention at Los
AiiKOles, tho loiiRotd trip over nmdo
by a special train, will idurt from
litre Saturday, carrying the Lulu
temple of Myalle Shrluorsi It. was an
nounci'd today. Heforu ictunlng to
Philadelphia, the train w have
uiiido S500 mlle.4.
The train will proceed flist to
San Francisco. Returning. It will go
up the Pacific coMl to Victoria and
thence- eastward through tho Cana
dian Rockies, the northern wheat
fields and St; Paul. Tho trnvolern
will live on the cars throughout tho
MEET IN RING TONIGHT
SACUAMKNTO. April 2;. Alio
Attoll and Jimmy Carroll awaited To
day the gong which will send them to
gether in a '2b round battle here to
night. Both bovs are in good fettle.
Carroll hu.s trained hard for the fight
and says he can go the UO rounds at
top speed with Attoll. who is thought
to have held him cheaply. There will
he one six round and two leu round
NATIONAL GUARD TO
CAMP AT GRAYS HARBOR
PORTLAND, Ore.. April !!3. The
third infantry 0. X. 0. today is wider
orders from Adjutant General Finder
of the Oregon National Guard to en
gage in summer nitineuvers July '21 to
July 'M in the vicinity of Grays Harbor.
JSSS&i- . .uVlS d t.J 'ILIJU '.V.U1J3 V.s
A Wise Man Thinks
arid Acts for Sifimself
Tito mun of oufficicnt intelligence to npprccintc gavd mimic fihoulrl
be capable, ol tbinl:in; und nctinff foif himfiojl. . ,'..
Doii'i" invcbtiflnla, out. piano, player nnfcl lulte the tinlrninnnu ilc
(tcripljom for till tbe, others. ,!... tatr
In ajJilc tif nil that nnv pneninntic player'u snlcimtin muy wiy
satisfy yourself nnd Incu nnd nrnr tha . , ( w . ,t v u
tha Player that )jla$s any pi'ttho from any distance
It in entirely different from any other pinno player in cuniitructmn.
You cannot tell what it in like or how, fur superior it In to another plnyon
iiuleiM you cqc nnd hear it. , 4 i , ,
.. You will want a Td-Klectrie if yon hco one, no tlon't lei any one tall: you
out onhveattentiuc it. . ,"'", '- " -' -'.
,1 ho 'i uMJcctric Piano Player may be ntlncliK!! to any piano, cither grand
or upright, nt a grout navin from the coxt of a player-piano,
' If you cannot call, write, for ilhutrutcd I'nlTilo".
OUR I'lANO DFJ'ARTMENT
i ilia equal of any, nnd coi)
Uim ihp finett nt Anirticf
make chrsct from the factory.
I r-i I
TW- re rrrn-"
his alfalfa field by clearing mom
land. Mr. Cal. Pence has a fine tract
of alfalfa ami is clearing more laud,
lie has alreadv built a neat residence
aud has things up in tdiupc so as to
Mr. .M. Pence has the lumber on
the ground to build a new house.
George Lynch lias one of the nicest
little homes and Ls planning to build
in the near future, m it seems from
uppearances that the people on Klk
Creek lire among the progressives in
the way of improving at any rate,
Leavingg Klk Creek Thursday morn
ing we went trrTruil where Hev. Davis
had- an- apptrfnttncnt to preach that
night, and during the time between
our arrival at Trail and preaching
time wo spent with the family of Mr.
John Warner. Mr. Warner hud the
misfortune to get his leg broken some
months ago white planting the electric
light poles from the Pro-pcct Works
to Gold Ray and is jut getting
arottud so iliutjiu can do light worn.
Ho has made great improvements in
tho way of cleuring laud and fencing
since 1 was there last.
Thursday night wo had a full house
tho preaching being in the school
house, now occupied by a lady by the
name of Xash who has a very inter
esting school of about twenty pupils.
We spent the night at tho Middlc
liushcr hotel, and the next morning we
started for Sums Valley where we
had an appointment for preaching
Friday nitrlit. Hut I am making this
letter too long. Tho nc.tt time will
tell of our trip through Dcbengcr Gap,
through sticky, what I Haw in Sams
Valley, Gold Mill, Dardanelle, Grants
The Economical Cooking Fat
Th,erc is both economy and solid satis
faction in cooking' with Cottolcnc. Not
only is it more economical than cither
butter or lard one-third less being re
quired but it can be used in fine cakes
and pastry with every bit as good re
sults as butter, and for frying it excels
lard or other cooking fats.
Unlike lard, Cottolcnc makes food
wh-'lesome, nourishing, dlKcstrble.'v It
is made frnm Cottonseed Oil, the use
of which Dr. ViIcy so, strongly. lias
Cottolcnc shortens your food length
ens your life, and saves you money at
the same time.
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PALMER PIANO PLACE
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I Stock J
AN INVESTMENT IN A
rcmilrcM rarrfal tliotiglit ntul the proper roiifldcnco In n firm
ti warrant nhiolutn sntinfuctlon. Ti noto tho proper com
iarlsou jots rmiht. Iniprct llimn from a lurgn mill ell sclectcil
stork, stirli as I urn nlilo to show, lit lltU yty you liccoiuo
thoniuxlily familiar with values and feci nurrd of wife nnd
ccoiiomlrAl liuylng tlirtmgli my Moiling gunmntcc.
V 1 x i: W A T O II A X 1)
J K W K h U V ItKI'AIHlNtt
Martin J. Reddjy
IIIA.MONU 8KTTIXH AND
KNGIUVI.NG DOM: IlKIti:
50055m,54I5d55-$ ,$55 5-5-555- J 5 , 2
Below is a list of OVERLAND drivers right hero in your own community
Fourteen Satisfied Drivers
of Overland Cars
in . Medford
Col. R. C. Wnshburn
O. I L Daggett
Judge J3..K. Kelly
C. iM. Speck
oUrs. J. r. Ivilgore
Ji E. jrai'tin
J. S. arcCreight
Le Ha ron
Dr. 1. W. Clancy
If. h. DeAi'iiioiHl
Ask any of them how tliey like their cars, and it' you consider their word X
good, you will want an OVERHAND.-
If you are considering buying a car it will pay you to see tho OVERLAND Y
cars. T will save you money and can sell you any size car you winib at reason- f
able prices and at the same time give you as fine a car as you could ask for.
"Talk About Class
WHEN YOU WAKE UP
to tho fact that you do not ueo dm
woll or with tho comfort you uhould,
then come hero nnd ho fitted wltli
glaHsco that unit your ovory roqulroi
niont, I iiro corrohoratlvo testH,
Xo l)i,Hg or DropM
Over KcHtncr'H, Medford
The OVERLAND Model 01 P, four passenger torpedo body, -If) horse
power car is undoubtedly the classiest car that ever came into Medford, -
Don't let any one ifiisload you regarding the OVERLANDS, as they speak
for themselves. ' ! "
No mud too deep or hills loo steep for the OVERLANDS. Let me show
you. I demonstrate to the satisfaction Of the prospective buyers. Come in
and take your ear home with you or place j'our order for future delivery. An
other largo carload to bo 'hei;e; in a fo,wuays.
"E also sell supplies. '
Phenes: Pac. 1414; Home 77.
132 S. Riverside
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