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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MIODFORD, OR1MON. AVMnNMSDAV, ;irLY 5, 1011.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
a. A. Kye, W. K. Campbell, Ed.
Campbell mid ft party of friends havo
returned from a fortnlirhts ouIIur at
I l'ooanHa. While thuro they built
too'nununcr cottages for their fami
lies to occupy. '
Mr. and Mrs. B. D.wmiami-or
Grants Pass were. In Mcdford for the
Mcdford Hardware for blacksmith
p,Jnmqs K. Kolly baa returned from
ponilliiK a quiet fourth at Oakland,
Miss Hard Anderson of Phoenix
spout tho fourth In Mcdford as the
guostiof Miss Ethel Kvnns.
Koger W. HitchcocK of Eagle Point
opent Tuesday In Mcdford.
Mitchell & Roeck moko Icelcss re
frigerators that keep your butter and
milk In perfect condition without
Icol ' - '
,-. L.-.T. Smallpaso who has been vtslt-
InR W. P. Mcaley of this city has re
turned to lil home at Pacific Grove,
N. H. Karnes of Ashland spent the
fourth In Mcdford.
Sheriff 8mlth of Josephine county
spent Tuesday In Mcdford.
Matt Tappla of Gnllce- left bis mln
InR property long enough to celebrate
the fourth In Mcdford.
For the right kind of Mutual Fire
Insurance, see W. V. Moore, roam
209 Phlpps building.
,W. H. Goings of Talent was In Mcd
ford Tuesday on a short business
K. F. roane of Trail was in Med
ford Wednesday on a short business
Lewis F. Johnson of Ruch la visit
ing friends In this city.
Sco K. A. Holmes, The Insurance
Man. over Jackson County bank.
Hnrry Long of Roseburg was
among tho fourth of July visitors In
P. T. Renshaw of Brownsboro Is
sncndlnc a few days In Mcdford on
A largo number of local people
sought relief of tho crowds, heat and
nolso Tuesday by spending tho day
on Roguo River fishing.
' Ashland Steam Laundry. Mcdford
office, phona No. 1301.
Wflllam Brown of Gold Hill was
In Mcdford Tuesday with friends tak
ing In tho colouration.
John F. Sweenlng of Woodvllle
spent Tuesday In Mcdford as did J. C.
Carkin &' Taylor (John H. Carkln,
Glenn O. Taylor), attornoys-at-law,
over Jackson County Bank Bldg.,
Med ford. a
' Mr. and Mrs. Lowls Ulrlch was In
Medford Tuesday In order to take in
tho ball game and thc races.
O. C.- Lloyd and family who have
been residing on North Oakdalo have
moved to' Talent where Mr. Lloyd
will ko into tho mercantile business.
Head lettuce at the Plnecrott gar
Sheriff W. A. Jones has secured
requisition papers for B. II. Hanley
who Is wanted in this city on a charge
of obtaining money under false pre
tenses and has left for Indiana to
brlntr tho man back. Ho Is under
arrest at Martinsville, Iudinua.
Chautauqua, Ashland, Oregon, July
6-18. "Bettor than ovor." Don't miss
IL Send to W. II. GiUIs, secretary,
for booklet; '
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Smith of Wood
burn aro -visit Ins Mr. and Mrs. II. C.'
Bonney of this city. Mrs. Smith is a
sister of Mr. Bonnoy. Mr. Smith has
been a leading citizen of Woodbnrn
for eomo years. He recently served
W. B. HarrlK of Central Point was
In Mcdford Tuesday on business.
'' S. Kerr of Corvallls Is spending a
few days In tho cily on business
A. B. Jordan of Ashland was in
Medford for tho fourth.
L, D. Mills of Butto Falls -was ono
of tho fourth of July colohrators in
' Stanton Grlffls expects to leave
this week for a month'fl visit at his
old homo in Now York.
0. Hoguo of Central Point was a
recent Visitor 111 Medford.
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Lane of Grants
Pass were visitors In Medford Tues
day. Mrs. C. S. Ynrbough of Ashland
was a recent visitor In Mcdford.
J. S. Conlny or Lake Creek Is spend
ing n few days In Mcdford with
Tho Commercial Club will meet
Wednesday evening. A full attend
nnco Is requested. .
Dave Smith Uarnum nnd Clyde
Beck of Talent wcro among the fourth
of July visitors In Medford.
Grain Mid alfalfa hay for sale at
Oakdalo Park addition. Sco W. 11.
Everhaiid, 908 West Ninth street,
Good to look at fish market bill
this week -sell, fresh halibut 10c a
pound, silver smelt, 12 l-2o u pound,
fresh ranch eggs 2Bc a dozen; Hol
land creamery butter 30c a pound.
General delivery four times a day,
telephone your order. Homo 233,
Boll 3631. Plenty of chickens all
kinds every day. Messier & Ken
worthy. 17 North Fir. 91
C. J. Kellehor of Granger, Texas,
Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Anna
KVllchor of 1019 South Oakdalo
Col. Frank II. Ray and Jndge W.
M. Colvlg spent tho Fourth at Pros
pect. F. R. Coron of Grants Pass spent
Tuesday In Mcdford.
Gus Olson of Eagle Point was a
recent visitor In Mcdford.
J. C Jones of Tolo spent Tuesday
W. B. Shcnway, tho well known
Umbo rand mining operator of Grants
Cass was a Fourth of July visitor
Harry Sadler of Ashland was in
Frank M. Leland tho raining
operator form Waldo is visiting Med
ford. Mrs. L. A. King and Mrs: A. W.
Short of Phoenix spent Tuesday in
W. J. Malony of Grants Pass spent
mesaay in .ueaioru. lie was ac
companied by W. T. Horn.
T. J. Hogan of Petersboro, Canada
is In Medford to spend a few weeks
with his brother, Mike Hogan. It
has been 33 years since they last saw
each other. Mr. Hogan is vory en
thusiastic over the Roguo River Val
ley. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Ellott and son
are back from an extended eastern
trip. ' Among other places they visit
ed their old home, Fairbanks, Iowa.
Weeks and MacGowan were award
ed first nrize for tho best store front
decoration on the Fourth.
B. J. Palmer, tho piano man, won
first prize for finest decorated single
hitch wagon in the parade.
Heaver Osborn took the goat of
Lew Shaw and George Spears, two
of the best billiard experts in the
country who aro visiting Mcdford
hava arranged a match for Thursday
evening. Tho two men will play a
game of 100 or no count.
United States Senator Writes Attor
ney General Crawford Commend
ing Corrupt Practlcs Act and Ask
ing Enforcement of This Law.
v ' By Phone 9871
Night Phones F. W. Wocka 3071.
A. E. Orr, 8802.
JOHN A. PERL
.Undertaker and Embjdiaer
flitrr.Baanr in fhn iinrf nrtalrtni iln.
! ; partmont of Medford Furniture Co. j
! Office with Mcdford Furniture Co.
Telephones; Day, Bell 351:
; John A. Perl, residence, Boll 4111, ;
' 6. W. Conklla 3601. J. H. But-i
NEW LAW TO
WASHINGTON, D. O, July .').
bfuutor New-lands (democrat, Ne
vatla) today introduced in the senate
a bill for the regulation of frosts.
The measure proposed to establish
an interstate trade commission of
live member, controlling the com
mercial cororutione us the inter
Mute commission now controls of
railroads. Jt urges the control cf
corporations whose annual receipt,
The commission, according to the
provisions of the measure, shall reg
ister nl corporations mukiug satis
factory statements and shall be em
powered In cancel the registration.
When over-capitalization appears,
the commission may require financial
ENGLAND OBJECTS TO
GERMANY'S BUTTING IN
LONDON, July 5. It is reported
here that the llritisli ambassador ut
Berlin lias informed Germany that
Great Britain disapproves of 'the
presenco of German warships ut Ag
adir, and, in consequence, it is be
lieved that any uttcrapt ut German
grabbing of Moroccan territory will
be frowned upon.
Discussing tho situation, Uio Daily
Telegraph says today:
"Agadir is near to most of South
America than the main Americun
jsirts. With the opening of the Pan
ama annul, Germany's possession of
a naval base on the Moroccoau coast
distinctly affects Americun interests."
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT -Housekeeping rooms,
upstairs front, nicely furnished,
gas, bath, sink. 231 E. Ninth. 92 Jchlld In Oregon.
tjcuntoi Jonathan Hourne. Jr., bus
written the following letter to Attor
ney General Crawford under date of
WnMiinglon, June 27:
"In my opinion, the corrupt prac
tices act adopted by the people of
Oregon is one of the best laws for
the promotion of good gm eminent
ever adopted in any stale. Strict ob
servance of the spirit of that law will
remove from politics all those influ
ences which tend to make elections
unrepresentative of public opinion
and which placed successful candi
dates under obligation to individuals
rather than the general public.
The Oregon law through its pub-'
licity pamphlet, provides a means
by, which any and every candidate
can secure reasonable publicity and
have an opportunity to place hi
cause before every voter in his elec
toral district at very Utile e.pciiM.
Prior to tho adoption of that law it
was practically necessary for every
eliminate io conduct an expensive
" "During and after the last po
litical campaign, there were charges
and indirect insinuations that the
law had been violated but there wa
no official investigation to determine
whether or not the charges were true.
No particular person or officer made
it his business to look after the en
forcement of the law.
"The entire Oregon system has
been the subject of much discussion
mid study throughout the entire
United States and Canada for the
past year and a half, and the opera
tion of that system is being watched
with deep interest by all students of
governmental reform. Tho subject
of campaign methods has been and
will be particularly observed in the
future with u view to determine the
merits' of the Oregon system. .It is
very important, therefore, that some
state officer make it his special busi
ness to seo that the law is observed
in nil essential particulars. This is
work that district attorneys can and
should do in their several districts,
but it seems to me thnt since cam
paign operations are state wide in
their scope, some officer of state
wide jurisdiction should give special
attention to. the enforcement of this
Asks Sjieclnl Kffort. ,
"In the last campaign you were one
of those candidates for office who
refused to countenance the indirect
violation of our primary law by the
holding of an assembly. You will not
be u candidate in theK next cam
paign and, therefore, will be in no
way interested in the campaign of
any candidate. In view of your loy.il
support of tho Oregon laws in the
past nnd your entire freedom from
interest in the campaign, I wNh to
urge you to make -it your special of-
fort to sco that tho law for the con
trol of political campaigns is strictly
enforced throughout the state. I nut
writing you this far m advance of
the beginning of the campaign so
that any action you may take or pol
icy you may outline cannot be con
strued in favor of or against uny
"Quite likely tho enforcement of
this law is not strictly within your
p.ovince. As a rule officers of jus
tice wnitnntil a complaint is made
before beginning n prosecution. Vio
lations of the corrupt practices act
are, however, of such it nature that
they will not' be discovered unless
some one makes it his business to
watch for violation and secure the
evidence necessary to couviction. Von
are m u position to do this and
am sure the legislature will not hes
itate to reimburse you for any neces
sary expenses and will rutity your
action by making tliti necessary ap
propriations if you offer rewards for
evidence resulting in conviction of
persons violating the law. I think
no one cares to have the law en
forced in n technical manner. What
is desired is a v:'gorou enforcement
of tho spirit of the law by the pun
ishment of acts materially in contra
vention of its provisions.
"With best wishes, yours very tru
ly., JONATHAN IJOURNB."
Wo notice that somo merchants In
other cities aro using considerable
Bpaco advertising "Mado in Oregon"
goods, That is as It should bo. Tho
morchant must know that his Indivi
dual prosperity Is to a great extent
Uopondent upon tho prosperity of tho
state at largo, and If Oregon manu
facturers aro patronized, that It will
mean greator pay rolls, nnd greater
pay rolls mean a lnrgor degree or
prosperity fdr every man, woman und
Snokaknc Pup Defeats Prltlc of
Mcdford, Gcttinn Decision When
Referee Stops Dattlc When but SO
Seconds Were Left to Go.
Tommy (laffney of Spokane Tuca
day evening won tho ten round box
lug match from 1'rnnklo Kdwnrds of
this city when Kd wards had only
thirty seconds to go to end tho match.
Kdwunls was diUed by a storm of
blows and the loforoo stopped the
contest. Jones, colored, won from
llowlln, colored, In a four round pre
llinlnery although tho retvroo called
the match a draw, lllackic Mitchell
of San Francisco after a furious two
rounds and a half won from Kid
llhodcs. tho latter being unable to
continue. Tho evening's sport wan
clean anil was heartily enjoyed by
the fans who gathered at the Medford
Jones nnd llowlln were tho first to
get nway. A four round piollmln-
ery was fast and tho two blacks ac
quitted themselves tu good shape.
Jones was tho faster of tho two and
easily won on points.
The main uvent was full of Interest
throughout the two men being clever
and fast. Edwards Is easier tho more
clever of the two but his punches
seemed to lack steam. Gaffney kept
boring In and at tho end of tho tenth
he opened up hard. Kdwards was
dated by the Mows that rained about
his head and the refereo stopped the
Mitchell nnd Khodcs went on af
ter tho second prellmlnory had fulled
owing to the non appearance of Wat
son who was to meet Khodcs. Local
sports at tho rlngstuo inauo up a
fifty dollar purse and Mitchell agreed
to fight. Ho was tho heavier and
stockier of the two and ho soon
mado Rhodes quit although tho lat
ter was game and tried hard to bring
home the bacon.
Tho three contests were all good
clean sport nud the fans, in high
good humor, had a splendid time.
Most Successful Tournament Ever
Seen In Southern Orcjjon Played
On Courts On South Onkdnlc
Honors Aro Evenly Distributed.
CAHH OF THANKS
Tho members of Medford Lodge,
Ixiynl Order of Mooso wishes to ex
press there thanks-to the Indies and
friends to those assisting In decorat
In the Mooso car.
M. I. SHERMAN,
Deputy Supremo Organizer.
Look nt the ads that offer em
ployment and you'll find the right one
Uaaklns for Health.
Ono of tho moitt mucoHtdiit lentils
toinnaiuontH ever hold In this city,
was concluded Tuesday allot noon af
ter two days of pl.iylug on tho courtM
of tho Oakdalo Tennis club on South
Oakdalo, Several speedy Mnutclu:
wore played nnd renewed Intercut Is
being taken In tho sport. A tourna
ment will bo hold August 10 and II
Tho honors wore distributed to a
great degree among tho various clubs
of tho valley which are represented In
tho local tennis association. Medfoid
won tho ladles doubles and men it
singles, Talent won tho ladles similes
nud mixed doubles while Grants. Puss
won tho moil's doubles. Many bril
liant plays wore witnessed. Thu re
Men's slnglo trials (Iranls l'ass
won), Allen Derrick; Central Point,
Merrill, .Morrlinan. Score 3-0, U-a, ti-1.
Men's singles. trlnlB Grants Pass
(won) Allen Derrick; Talent, G. W.
Ager. Score (Ml, fi.7, G-t.
Men's finals Mcdford (won),
John llocsuu; Grants Pass. Allen Der
rick. Score 0-1, il-'J.
Men's doubles, trials MedfoiM
(won), O. H. Johnson and Jim Camp
bell: Talent, G. A. Mooso and G. A.
Gardner. Score CO, (-2.
Men's finals Grants Pais (won),
Hcrrlck llrothers; Medford, O. It.
Johnson and Jim Campbell. Score 3-G,
Mixed doubles, finals Talent
(won), Mrs. T. Scott and 0. W. Ager.
Mcdford, Will Lydlard ami Miss Grace
Lydlard. Score, G-.1, 0-G, tl-:t.
Uidloa' doubles, finals Mcdford
(won), .Miss Mary Tnrtzell. Miss
Grace Lydfard; Talent, Mrs. T. Scott.
Miss Calllo Hearing. Score, G-'J, t'.-l,
, Ladles' singles, finals -Tulcul
(won), Mrs. T. Scott; Mcdford. Miss
Mary Hnrtzoll. Score l-G. G-U, G-l.
. Junior KvciiIm.
Hoys' singes, finals Central
Point (won), Merrltt Mcrrlmnu; Tal
ent, Harry Glenn. Bcoro G-l, l-G, G-0.
Olrls' singles, trials Talent (won)
Miss Cnlllu Hearing; Medford. Miss
Hcrrlck. Score G-2, G-l,
The bos' doubles wcro won by de
fault by Control Point.
Tho mixed doubles uro won b
default by Talent.
J. M. NNYAUT, l'resUlont J. A. PKltllY, Vice-President
V. hi. MKUU1GJC, Vlce-Proildivnt JOHN H, ORTII, Gnsblur
W, 1). JACKSON, Ass't Crtuhlor.
l The Medford National-Bank
fiAFM DKPOSIT 110XICH FOU HUNT. A (IICNKUAIi HANKING
1UJSINICHH TItANHAOTICn. Wo HOMCIT YOlllt PATHO.VAGK,
- Campbell & Baumbach
MORTGAGE LOANS, COUNTY WARRANTS
CITY AND SCHOOL BOiDS
Money on luviul tit nil timoa to loan on improved
ranclios unci fruit land.
320 GARNETT-COREY BLDG.
Look for the nd thnt describes tho
place you would like to own.
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WHEN bread was called
die "staff of life" the delicious
crackers, cakes and biscuits of today
wcro unknown. A baker in those days meant a man
who baked bread. A baker nowadays means more it
signifies an artist who tickles your palate with those
flakcy crack-el's and other tit-bits that give you an add
ed appetite for food and help digestion.
"Who's your baker," means much, It
mqans better health, a healthy stomach
and happy days. If ytou study, the, .mat
ter as we, study it, this is your Imlcoiy
for we know your needs. We already
Hiinply) many of your neighbors. rlYy .
us next time.
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They nro licullliful
F , F
They arc sanitary --
A They aro coiufottnlilo A
'llicy ctt onit'linir cent mi
hour to niii
-t 'I hey an' Jiint tho lliltii; to JL j
Keep )otir ciiolomcr In
'I lion uliy not Imy ono?
Call at the Electric Building
200 Woat Main
and Examine the Large Stock
1 ACRE AND 5 ACRE TRACTS adjoining
city of Aledford, on long time, easy pay
ments. 12 LOTS IN MEDFORD on main paved
street; cement sidewalks and paving in;
also sewers, water and light. Long time,
430 ACRES LAND, :m acres alfalfa land,
80 acres fruit land, perpetual wafer right,
with water for irrigating I (KM) acres; long
time, easy payments.
340 ACRES LAND, !()() acres alfalfa land,
balance fruit laud, 1 mile from railroad,
on long time easy tonus.
Iracls of from -10
eres upwards; price $20,00 per acre and
pwards; suitnble Jor alfalfa, fruit slock
5000 ACRES LAND
upwards; suitnule Jor alfalfa, fruit slock
and general tanning purposes; long time,
5 AND 10 ACRE TRACTS just within and
adjoining city limits, at a bargain, on f
Gold Ray Realty Co.
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