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A THE MEDFORD DAILY TRIBUNE, MEnPOKD, OREOOX. TUESDAY. JULY 14, 1008.
Social and Personal
Mii Klltt (iauDyau has vititiiiy
friends living' at Ashland.
.Miss Kmuia Wolf uf Jacksonville
Lu been visiting at Grants Pas.,
John TaJeut and A. W. ,,lt
fo Tultiit Monday morning.
0- Mr. K. B. Fi'kel and Mit AilHr
Pukl were Aulilund vinitoi Monday.
W.'A. M:iuu was among the many
CVntrul IJuiiitrn in -Medford during tli
weok. Harry Cullwtaob, jf-o?nii yuiilraitur
and builder, cemi ot work a iHHalty.
' A. L. Hascltuii of Kagle Point was in
Med ford a tw day? hIiic ou bin way
- Johq-.W. , itn NWbiiry nd H.
it. Dox ,f ",lu'kHuu illi- Tf tAslilimd
' Misa f.'dilli Ouul'ill, who has U-vu
viuiting Mitts Marii Vmmsh of Pit
land, ia at liomv again.
George lJanit'la wa.s down from Pros
peeCtho flrHt of the wnek on land busi
" MWEHu who haw been idling
her aiatv, Mirn Myrtle Lea of MVdl'onl,
retiinu-L t Yreka Monday.
Merriraiitrt " luurb at Hutcd Nunb.
It can-'t bo boat t bat Hotel Nuab
uierebants' liiurhtfou. Try it.
O. Kadau of Woodvillo, tin- .ioini-r
miner, was a lecent visitor in Mud
Fletcher Pent baa gone north to lake
ft- position in the ifirculat ion dfpart
mont of tbu Portland Kveuing Journal.
-lt bi'miieh rbeapor to order that tai
.r made suit now. July 10 to 18 Kifurl
1h rutting the 'price 25 per cent. Hn
J. A. Mortjy. salesman for K, N. War
ucr, and his wife are occupying their
neat new ri'Midence in East Medford.
- M. Bond arrived from Cleveland, 0.,
"Monday and will engage in buaiaeas
wilb hiM brother in luw, H. II. Lorliner.
, Miner Hicks of the Oregon Granite
company ban gone to Yrttka, Cab, on a
Thomarf Carney, I he .stone mason, is
uo'liirnted at Prineville for Ihe pnw
Put. ; t W. Knnipbt U and J. J. Pankey of
Tolo "weie cent biiHiiieos visitors in
M rs. V. I'ox has rot urned from a
vinit with relatives and friends living
J. B. (leer mid his wife have returned
f to Jiifiksmi eotinty after an exlemleil
abHj'jnM anil nro slopping with t ludr
Son, t, J. (leer of Medford.
Perry Coiuin, tin? well known cducn
-tor, is 'teaching a three month' term
of school in Josephine county, lie will
'fill the position of principal of the Hose
liurg Hcbool when it resume studies.
K. J. Hemynrd, Uillon Hill, A. Tur
fJpin und .1. D. Buchanan were among the
many who heard John Sharp Williams'
lec.tnro at ( 'hunt ampin Aloud uy after
MiHH Kdna Kifert, wlio has been nt
Roseburg, the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Warren: Bodije, returned Monday.
Mrs. i Charles King, Miss Sncdicoi
and Mrs. H, , Oray went to Ashland
Monday to visit friends and nlleiitl
i Arms ha 11 Bros.; who live near Ceu
Hal i'oiut, are turuishiu the market
with fine loganberries at $1 per ernte.
John. Sharp Williams, will not vinit
( rater lake, will not speak nt Medford,
or do other things Hie Medford Mail
announced. He stated nt Ashland that
bo bad never contemplated doing either
and whs .t-urprised to hear Hie news.
Mrs. J. W. Itohinpon of Jacksonville
aad her' daughter IWland heard John
Sharp Willitins nt ( 'nautaiupia Monday.
During the lecture Miss Robinson drew
i.u oxeelleiit, rejilistic picture of the
M isKiHippi statesman as he appeared
on I he rostrum.
Vance Colvig has received a postal
photo of the junk shop receutly taken
from Ihe tdoinnch of Prank Hurga of
, Morth Bend, as described in The Tri
hune receutly. Among the articles are
three jackknives, four keyw, 17, horse
r hoe nails, t hree ti cent pieces, l.ri
.tlimett, one tiHh hook and 274T pieces
Bid h KS I 1,I VKK In Jackson ville,
July lo, by Jule Neil, ( 'buries S
Brooks and Km nm Oliver.
OtK'KKHI.INK MKCHoPTln Med
ford, on July 7, by Itev. W. T. Coulder,
Loren t '. t'ockerlini- and Kdith Be
Buy Tickets oy Wire
'bouictbing whirh s ot vousidrrablc
lutei But to the public geue rally aui)
.which ii perhup not geiierally kuuwt
is tbt ttitem itf pitpuid order Uow is
effect but weft: itatlou of the Houlhero
I'scific roiiipan .nid nil points iu tbr
I'nited HtHtei By thrhiii of this SVSleUl
tirket may be purrhnsi-d at Medford
from suv pi Jtre in tbo I'litttd Stutt-n sud
mailed or teUrnpla-d dim't to tb
pnrty winhiiiK to rm- u-rr. Slt-vpel
crumniiMliitioufl and timll HUiuunts of
rb in con nee lieu with thes ticktt
uiy ! lit furniilifd at the sanif
Buig.ilna for Hale.
Se us for bjrHim We fame fanns
for l?,Wtdl unproved; good orcbsrdv
rich soil; to $oU per acre. Pears A
' PlrtJe, Bronimvillf Lund i luvestuient
V, Brownsville. Oregon. tf
Every Fifteen Minutes.
AutoA will be going from oflice of
Pierre dr Son to great sale of Ave and
ten acre tracts Tuenday and Wed lies
da v. W
Every Fifteen Minutes.
AlitoB Will be going from otli.'e of
Fierce & Son to great sale of llv and
ten acre tracts Tuedav and Wrdut-s
da v. Wit
WANTF.H- i.. rem, u go.M modem
bom; will pity good rrtilttl for the
right kind uf n houe. J. V. tVrkin.
Phone ur write. lot
WAN'IKI) - To rent, purt of nn nfflrc
on HrvFiitn strrs't. Addrrnn M, enre
of Tribune. 0l
covnrt Jck-t. Apply Tribunn ol ( n. 1
JACKSONVILLB ITEMS. XKDA ---- , MM A f . fA T fi Hp. ,
r.. tr- f Wfirl Hinfs have re
turned to Forest Grove after a few
weeks' visit with the latter' parents.
.Mr. nnl Mrs. Jonn ievnn i
Mr i I. Reames. Miss Nell Keaines
and MristiT Joe Ever spent Sunday
at t ol.-ii in.
i.n:i M'irtine has returned from
Portland, where she has been visiting
frie ui:s lor the past month.
Hon. H. K. Ilatiua una insinci ac
tornev B. P. Mnlkey left tor i. ranis
Pass Sunday evening to attend circuit
lta 1 1 '! I in vim nrrivetl from Port
land Saiurday to spend the summer with
her father, Ueorge L. Davis of the
Bank of Jacksonville. Airs. iuvi win
Mrs. J. W. Kobinson and daughter
Borland are sending a few das at
Ashland taking in the Chautamjua.
Mrs. JoM-phine Hudsell spent the da
in Medford Alonday.
Mrs. Howard Jtilbutu ana cciium-h
,t Pi.rihui.l nrrived Snnduv inortiiiiL' to
spend the Hummer at th h-une of Air
K. J. Kubli.
If rd.r H. T. Burnett left for Pu
gene Saturday on a short trip.
( Ivde Shaw, wno is empioveu ui i ir
ka, ('al., is home on a short visit to
his parents, Air. and Mrs. T. T. Shaw.
l-'r.iit lc (Vrkiiot of Al ford war-
a business caller Monday afternoon.
MANY BUYERS ATTEND
SALE OF PIERCE TBACTM
Many people having been taking ad
vantage uf the great sale of small tracts
at the Pierce place two miles east of
town going on today to go out and
have luncheon on this pretty spot and
many purchatM-s wer made. .Number
less carriages and several autot were
pressed into service and all day long,
bearing large placards that announced
their errand, they passed down Hev
eutb street loaded with eager buyers.
Mr. Pierce was too busy to be inter
viewed, but judging from the hosts who
flocked to his snle must be well pleased
with the results of the advertising cam
puign which be has been carrying on.
He promises that these tracts offer
unusual opportunity to those who wish
to buy a small place close in ami set
it to fruit. The price is low and tbu
t ruiM easy, and he assures all that it
is bound to rapidly Appreciate in value.
PKAZER RIVER IN
WASHINGTON ON RAMPAGE
IHXUNtHIAM, Wash., July 11.
The Pra.er river is again on a ram
pae, and according to present indica
lions Ihe disastrous results of the in
(nidation of the Human prairie a mouth
:'i;o will bo repeated, this time with
even g renter severity.
Ureal anxiety is felt here for the
; i'cly of homes. It seems u foregone
conclusion that the flood will enter the
dwellings of farmers in tin1 next "4
The cause of the present swelling
of the river in the same us iu the first
Mood a month ago the melting of moun
lain snows duo to warm wtiather.
PHOENIX COUPLE OO TO
CRATER FOR HONEYMOON
1 Sunday afternoon at 2:30, at the home
oi N C, Purkerson, near Phoenix, Mist
Lota Purkersou and William T. Wildei
of Phoenix, wore married, M. P. Horn.
pastor of Medford Christian Church,
otliciuttng. The bride wore a beaulitul
blue silk mull suit, and the groom the
Following the brief ceremony, all sat
down to a sumptuous wedding dinner.
Several guests were in attendance, and
presented the happy couple with beau
After speuding n month at Crater
Lake, they will reside at Phoenix.
.STRUCK BY LIGHTNING
AND INSTANTLY KILLED
ItOlSl-:, Idaho, July 14. In one of.
the most severe electrical storms that
has visited this part of the country for
several years, John Daly, Jr., a ranch
man, was killed today, having been
Uruck by lightning. Death was in
The flashes of lightning illuminated
(he dky uearly nil night and kept the
.-ilizeiiH of Boise and villages near by
in a slate of excitement. K very body
was ready to fight fire in case the
lightning struck. It is not thought that
.inv givut damage was done.
INDIANA PEOPLE TO
SETTLE ROGUE VALLEY
"A a result of u recent trip to the
Itogue Itiver valley by Forreest Kd
uieudes from Hreeimburg, lnd., as noted
in The Tribune a few weks ago, sev
t ral families will reach Medford from
i irerntburg about September 1. They
will make investments after locating
hern and looking over the towu and
Fl.-d M lii Boih and F.vit F. Stotev.
Holal Nssh Arrivals.
J. II Mm, in, Portland; H II Hen.
S. u Frau Inco; Tom Pnrhtnd, S 1 ;
Miua Wnll, eitv ; C L. Monou, Port
laud; K Loekwood, Portland; H. D
Bvus, Snu Francisco; I. A. Kubirt,
Kogue River; ti. Fibs ami wife, San
PianciMCo, C O. Hntes, A. F. Kellogg.
Portland; Kiigene Savage, (ilendale;
Kobert Buohnell, Parkersburg; II. A
Mansfield, ludinnupoli; A. C. Smith. I
San hrancisco; F. K Palmer, St. Paul;
i J. W. Keyea, C. F. Loekyer, Kennett;
I!. C. Ie Meisa, Philadelphia; Henry K.
M ... I l.i.M.L.,- II N U.t.ll., r1f l l),l)...p
Fd win Kuowles, W. S. Zi miner man.
I W Fr.-nch, S. D. Fox, Portland; K
StorkenuytT, Koteburg; H. T. Find
lay. citv; tl B. Watsoii. Jacksonville:
,1. W Keyes, t '. F. Ijtkver, Kennett;
W. D. Dilworth. Pasadena: Ira Gren.
Mrhall; J. F. tnick, Ihiklund; J. K
Hitler, New York; F. G. Dukebach
Subm; H. H. HMiguinsn, Mil wank r
I taint Mnrtha Ann ...
houlit not ba old.
INDIANAPOLIS, lnd.. July 14
Mayor Bftokwalter. the republiran local
leader, will take a leading part in we
coming John W. Kern to his home city.
The mayor said:
'Kern will not be s load for Bryan,
as 1 have seen charged. He r-ill help
Bryan carry the load. In Han he inn
:ihead ol Parker in Indiana, while the,
rrpublieau candidate who opposed him
ran o00 behind Roosevelt. 1 believe I
Kern will be eight or ten thouuand '
stronger than bis ticket in this suite.!
lie is just the finest fellow I know.
"It is gratifying to see a man like
Kern, who has no money, nomiuated
for office becoming of his ability and
without regard for financial reasons,
ft bich st em to have so much weight in
political sessions these day. "
The democratic leaders are jubilant
and say that nothing ran keep them
from sweeping the state, which usually
is doubtful up to the very day of elee
The local committees are planning an
i-laboraie reception for Kern.
The old reliable Albany Xorserios.
I have the largest stock of f nit trees
.a the Pacific coast. P-f apples.
eacb, plums, apricots, nect.v'ues, eber- t
rics, Kngbsb walnuts, sh ui- aod orua-
mental trees, berries, rotr-d and shrubs,
all of wbih 1 offer at lowest prices
consistent with first class nursery stock. J
Having been with this nursery K years,
I tan guarantee all stock to be true to
name and free from disease. I handle
Lotting but Ofegou grown tiers.
L. B. WARNER,
The Hotel Nusli today inaugurittrd
mo iunovjition iu Medford a ehnh-e
limcb ioup, two meats, vegetables,
yuur favorite beveruge aud v.u(ft) all
for -5 i-eDts. Just bits tbe spot ou a
bot day. Is uot surpassed iu Hun Fruu
Cisco, Portlaud or other cities. Try
it, fur it will be u regular lustltutiou
if tbe patronage justifies it. IU1
Every Fifteen Minutes.
Autos will bo going from otHee of
I'ierce & Son to great silln of five aud
ii'li-uere trai'tH Tuendav and Wedues
August itehkopf of Appligate, one
of southern Oregon's pioneers, ,p.ut
Mondav in Medford.
Kifert, Ihe tailor's big sale, duly
III to IX. One- quarter uff tailor -made
Don't Bother to ook
It's too hot. Get what you want alret tv
prepared; we have .t.
We cater to those who want the best.
(! STREET, N EAR EIGHTH
rs !. ;jl
v jt I j in i f
W rt I "3 Ml I
'UII I I J VI I. Pfll
On railroad on the West Side, north of depot grounds i
and conveniently located for business men seeking home-;
sites close in. These fine lots arc offered for sale cheap,
on good terms, and the owners are in position to offer,
building inducements to anyone wishing to make the right j
kind id" improvements. Why go out to the farawa !
suburbs when such fine residence lots can be obtained at
prices ranging from I
$200 to $350 per Lot !
situated where an advance iu price is assured, and where j
the first benefit will be derived from the coinplet ion of the!
railroad to the timber? i
It pavs to figure on such investments in a live town like'
Medford, and the present prices for these lots will look like!'''"' summery, ivrfuimt m.d i.,i,t
a veritable gift to the buver in a vcar or two hence. For! .V"'1''" "f '!, ki,'"K iu;"l";l'" N"
, i , ' i Home Ni wiiii MatbiiH'S.at tb
(nil paWicnliirs annlv to M:t 1
UEDI-ORD BASH DOOR CO. j
Window and Door Screens, Block Wood
omc. ttnum ut hi kud of Biuiu tutu oik. lududm. uru.a 0ik ud
f tTUU. r. BBTWEBM 8TH AJiD 7TH ST8. 1 HOrfB b. I
i i n II ,
I SOUTHERN' PACIFIC RAILW AT I II H H II TIC T" ' 1
! 1 "'Northbound f I M U II II
ItilOrctfou Fxnress. . .
No. 14 Portland Express. .
No. l.VCaliforuia Express.
No. L! Sau Francisco Exp.
No. 22"IFrom Grunts Pass.
. i 10:3r a. nt.
,j 3:20 p. ui.
, :lo p. m.
110:15 p. m.
PACIFIC EASTERN RAILWAY
NoiLeaves Medford .". ... .1 8: lUa.'ni
I 2:.'U p iu.
10:3 a. in.
fi.US p. 111.
No. 4 Arrivee Medford.
EOOUE RIVER VALLEY RAILWAY
No. 2Leavrs Medford 4. a.'u..
No. 4;Laves Aledford j :3.r p. ui.
MotorLeave.a Medford 1 2:(op nt.
MotorLeaves Medford H:0Up. m.
N'. PLeavea Jacksonville.. 9:00 a. m.
No. jjLeaves Jacksonville. j 3:3." p. m.
MotorLaves Jacksonville, j I :'Mt p. m.
MotorjLr&ve Jacksouvillo. .. 7:3u p. in.
i will appreciate the convenience of hav
ing the laundry work done away from
. Inline, especially if we do the blunder
iug, uh nur work is so fine. We do
all kiuds i,r L.U'N'liHV WOliK.
We are a Home In-
Only White Help.
QLEN FABRICK, Prop.
Meilfmd 'I'ribuue, . :"itc per month.
It' $t inliMitl yttin ii now SnintiHT
Suit it is tiim- vmi wen- nnli-riiig nor,
nut) it Miiini! ))i-nit'it of it (nriiii tin
summrr initl cnilv full. Kv arc n-ady
t'tn iitt nt any lime with n cnmilti'
lint t' nu oltit'ti in niiiiinitr fatiricn.
w Ii irh we inukc iuto pertVot fitt iug,
J. A. KRtUZI R & CO.
1MI-OKTER8 AND TAILORS.
l'AI.M BU1I.D1NO, MEUI'ORD, ORE.
ONLY A I'T.W NKW
( iOODS A I
CONTK ( t noons
;llv , is K..iiiK t;il- i trip int.. tho interim- alm.it the last of August
l,..al.s.-i,l IVon. M.-.li'onl fur about a y ear eanie in yesterday and figured on
Iwr snpi-lics, .-..usislmg of kinds of goods, the l.ill amounting to .tuite a
u.-at s.m.. and told us that she felt sure lhat she couhl save from S to per
,-vui l.y huying now instead of wailin g unl il later. One or two others are fig
uring on doing the same. You save, too. l.y laying in your fall supplies. Hosiery,
I'ndfrwear, Skirts and hundreds of oilier little needfuls eau ho purchased now
at a saving of from IT. TO 50 PUK l.'KNT.
All Hosiery on Sale All Skirts on. Sale
Savings from 1.1 to 1-3 per rent. Save from 15 to 50 per cent.
98c for Millinery Ladies Suits for
worth to $5.00 Half and Less
A mnnher of pretty hats left in lot. Only a few, hut they are bargains.
Sale of Underrauslins New Embroideries on Sale
Save from 'J5 to -'.', per ecnt. Even sale prices are cut.
All Rain Coats for Half Silk Petticoat Sale
Now is your chance on a raincoat. Buy that Silk Skirl now and save.
Parasols on Sale Fancy Ribbon Sale
The reductions are very good. I'.uy llil.l s for gifts now.
All Neckwear on Sale Sale of Wash Coods
See the new styles on sale. I 'rices never attempted before.
Suit Cases on Sale $18 Millinery for $4
Never will the price be so low'again. Certainly you want one of these.
C Street, Just
A COMPLETE STOCK
EVE RYTHING OF THE FINEST
Toilet Articles Fine Perfumes
Stationery Proprietary Remedies
And All Other Drug Store Goods
"THE BEST IS NONE TOO COOP" OUR MOTTO
Prescriptions Prepared by an Expert
THE EAGLE PHARMACY
A. E. WHITMAN, MANAGER :: PALM BLOCK, MEDFORD
will find puirst
ntUtUKU rnAOALi, IOC.
i The Big Drug Start with Little Prici"
n,-ar tb I'ntuf f iff.
ji'Uy Hillifrt rrwriitiuunt
l '. k Burk Sfi-rrt
The first "Irv" iu anv line
( f f , js ,,( s ;l , , y
enough. -Try again" 'isasi..-
gun as old as - experience of
Only Exclusive Ladies' Store
North of Jackson
Which Will It Be?
I'INKAl'I'l.K SI IKK MKT. )K'(i.N(lT: SHEK
Kin', S Tb'AW liKRK'Y ICK T"RK..M. VANILLA
ICE CI? HAM
KI if US
Til H CITY.
ROGUE RIVER CREAMERY
ANY PART OF