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AUODKOItl) MA'lL TJimUN'M, BEDFORD, OREGON, FftTDAV, JULY 8, 1010.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
I. ia in to Hiiy HI lliiyo.
W. I. Hniluiilioinui' will
all UIiiiIh of IioitIuh. I'Iioiio l''nriiioiM
71(11. AiIiIumh I'lioonlx. 100
Now, modem, oooI Hlliuplllg iooiiih.
AihlroHH l. II.. HiIh ol'l'leo. lr
John I'niikuy ol' (ll(l Hay wh I"
Mmll'onl Kriilay looking for "H'li lo
lioln I'ininh Ii'ih log ilrivn. Hiivnnil
of tin) iiiuii iiit during the pant two
duyn itiul thu drive in tit n hIuihI-
Hllll. , ,
1 can put you wImo to tlio heal
roul imluto liivuHtmutit on tlm coiihI.
AddnmH "Advimir," Hox dtlO, iMud
fonl, Or. tf
.loliu X. Miller, of Trail, wan in
Medford thin weolc on hih way home
from OranlH Thhh, wliuro Ito ld
liuou having mi artlfiolal eye fittml
lo replace tlio one removed Kovornl
""with 'famuli "illBcount" for the
JumoDt onthuxli'iim of ntntuinont noino
tlmen tnuvltnlilu In writing an otir
noHt nilvortloor out, you can dopoml
nunolutuly I'pon tho cnnilor and hon
osty of udvortJBorn In thlH nowapiv
nor. Mr. Sam UMmrdHon, Mrn. (lew-go
Kim: f I'ortlanil ami Mi Kathorino
Dnnll ruturni'tl from thu Del Hi
niiioh Friday morning, where thoy
liiul boon on nhort viidt.
number of Iio.vh circuit ud u cli
tuibnneo ut tlio corner of Oakdale
and Main ThurHtlay night ly explod
ing firecracker and otherwise com
porting thi'iiiHclvciH ho that tho hIuiii
hers of tho rcrtidmitH woro cliBtiirhod.
Tlm police worn culled hut hoforo
thoir arrival tho youngHlorn iimdc
thmr ciHcsitpo. Only a fow fleeting
fihiiclnwH could ho seen under thu
IIkIiIh. I'oliuoman Cincado declared
that every ono of thciin could go a
liiiiidrcd vardM in "10 Hat."
(luoriri) M. Hordi'iiux has ro
turncd fnim Hnlinh Columhia. .Mr.
Hordoaux ih much in tho placci of thu
hoy that "wiwliud I hadn't clones it."
lie found nothing i hi truvolH to
compare) "with Medford.
Mm. JaHpor Newton Field of Hod
lands. California, it tho guest of hor
4lnuulitor. Mr. Kugcne Van Imvugcn
KoHtor of Oak Mount Orchard.
Frank Moore of Central Point is
visiting relatives and friends in Mod
Dr. Kyan is mourning tho loss of
n thoroughbred wire-haired Scotch
terrier. Tho dog hm boon in tho
.family for hovoii years nnd wan oi
bluntly Htolcn. "If thoy turn him
"loose iiinido tho country ho will comu
back," says Mr. Hyan.
II. Jenkins, traveling passen
ger ugont of tho Southern Pacific
linoH in Oregon wiih in Medford Tuoh
J. K. Harkdull and J. I). Hoard ro
tunicd from Hcno Friday. Thoy
loft Lyman Ortcm in San FranciHco
ui chnriro of a trained luinco, nnd re
covering from his late ind'tHpoHition.
Win. Von dor Hollcit of KiirIo
Point, wan in Medford ' Friday on
II. Von dor Ilollon, of Wollon, wiih
In Medford Frday, looking after
Mm. John F. White and daughter,
JWsh Zola, loft Friday morning on n
visit to relatives in tho uppor val
loy. John F. HiiIIh of Oold Hill, wiik in
'Mud ford Friday, on liiiHinoHH hoforo
United State OominiHHioner Canon.
II. A. PoBton, ono of tho champion
.shots of thu country, and a repre
sentative of tho rotors Cartridge
Company, in spending a few days in
W. H. Morcoroau, president of the
Axe Logging Co. and Iloirnu Hivor
Luinhur Co., uwnora of tho Wheeler
timhor tract on thb upper lloijuo
Hivor and Prospect district, arrived
Friday to iiiHpoot Iiih holdings.
J. M. Wright visited Mossih. Hur
lior & Smith at thoir Yaukoo Crook
ranch ThuiHilay ovoning. Ho dis-
covered u now mvimuiiug pool and
had nn oujoyahlo pluiigu.
N. I). Hardy, tho now proprietor of
tho Hotel AhIiIiuhI, wiih a Medford
visitor Friday. Ho is roinodoling and
roconstructing Ihu hostelry and in
stnllinu nu up-to-dalo cafe.
Fvory homo dosircH u Hihlo. If
you are thinking of piirchiiHing a
Hihlo wo can show you all h'izoh, tho
newest hiudingrt and give you boiiiii
thing that you can approviuto for a
lifo timo. Tho Morrivold Shop, 15M
WohI M'nin Strcot.
Mi'H. Hollo Jones of Klamatlion,
Cnl., was :i Medford visitor Friday.
Col. J. 1 Miuidy retiiruod from u
Initiiiii'HH trip to Portland Friday.
MY. and Mrs. (lonruo W. Mauzoy
of M'ontiigue, Cnl., are registered at
MY. nnd Mrs. James Tyler, of Port
laud ni'o visiting frioiidH in Mod
ford. Mr. Tyler is the news edtor
of llio Porllaud Jourunl mid one of
Ihu host known newspaper men on
W. H. Mosxorenu of Portland, ono
of the lnrm4 Imhci' holders in the
stato of Oregon is visiting Medford.
John Arnell of Seattle, Wash., who
is oxtonsivoly interested n various
husinoHs iuvostuiontB in Southorii
Oiokoii, was In Muilforil Friday,
J, M. IaiDoiix of Park, Oregon, is
regiNlerefl at I lie Moore,
I'!. 10. Iluskott mid wife mid (lay
and h. V. Ilitskell, of Springfield
Mo mo among tho Into coiners, who
uro Ir.vinir lo Keciiro homes in the
uarden spot of the world.
II, F. Wnlhrauil, of Cedar Kapidn,
Iowa, is here looking for a location,
Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Trycr, of
Clraiits Pass, woro Medford viHllors
H. II, Porter of Spokane is regis
tered nl The Nash.
Ur H. S. Mahey ami wife of Ste
gar, Ills., are in tho valley loowlng for
a Hiiitahlo location.
VANCOUVER MAY GET
HUGE SHIP YARD
VANCOUVJ5K, II. C. July 8. It In
generally holtovcri hero today that
actual operation!! toward tho oroc-
tlrm of either p. lingo dry dock or of n
shipyard capuhlo of hultdlng vcbkoIh
for tho new Canndlnti navy yard will
ho Htnrted at Vancoiivar within tho
Thu Intoat report Ih that Rocho
Point, on tho mnlnlnnd and near this
city, will noon Lo tho site of a necond
claics dock larKO enoiit;h to accomrno
ditto vchhuIh of 15,000 tonn. Ottawa
haic granted tho Hiihvoiitlon for tho
dock. Tlio entorprlflo In to bo under
taken by the Imporlnl Car and Ship
building and Dry Dock company, In
conjunction with Mcwirfl. Nlcol,
ThompHon and Bullock of this city.
BETTER TONE !N
NEW YORK MARKET
NKWY ORIC, July 8. Sharp Rains
were mado In tho lendors In tho stock
market today and a bettor tono was
felt by tho gonornl list. Tho bulls
were busy and tho market oxporlonc
od a i;radual uplift early. A fow In
dustrials declined shortly boforo noon.
American Sincltln, General Elec
tric nnd Colorado Fuol roso 1 1-2;
Canadian Pacific 1 fi-S. St. Paul,
Heading nnd Itoclc Island 2, Soo lino
2 1-4, Atchison 2 1-2, and Union Pa
cific 2 3-S. Later Union Pacific
Jumped 3, Roncllnt; 2 3-4, Southern
Pacific nnd CojHolldnted wont up 2,
Northern Pacific nnd Northwestern
1 1-2. WestliiKhoiiso Klectrlc declin
Ilonds woro Irregular.
HOME COMING OE
JEFFRIES IS GLOOMY
I.OS AKGKLHS, Cnl., July 8.
Jnmos J. Jeffries' homo coming to
day was far different from tho rous
ing send-off ho received when ho
departed for Hawardonuan three
months ago to prepare for his battle
with Jack Johnson.
Instead of ah rims hand nnd hun
dreds of cheering friends and ad
mirers to welcome him, less than a
sooro of loungers, reinforced by it
dozuii' loyal friends, woro present
when tho fallen idol stepped from
thu train here today.
Looking noither to the right nor
to the loft, JoffrioB hurried to it
waiting automobile. Ho was the
fiust of the party to climb into tho
ear. When Mrs. Jeffries, Jack Kip
per, tho big fightor'rt business part
ner; Mrs. Kipper and brother Jack
Jeffries woro suated tho ear sped
to tho JoffrioB city homo on Cypress
Street, where tho ox-champion burred
himself in and refused to receive callers.
Church services ut tho Methodist
Church, corner Fourth and Hart lot t
Stroots. Sunday school at 0:15;
preaching by Hie pastor at 11, sub
ject, "Our Obligation to Human and
Divine- Government"; Epworth
League at 7 p. in.; preaching ut .
subject, "Excuses, or Why I Am Not
it Christian." All who have not
church homes and aro Htritugorrt are
f -f -H- -f-f
.Y0U WILL REMEMBER THE
QUALITY OF RARDON'S LO-
GANBERRY SHERBET LONG
AFTER YOU HAVE FORGOT-
TEN THE PRICE.
f H. II. Pattorson, tho Qua-
kor Nuroory nuui, has movoel ""
his offieo to 110 Knot Main
4-4- f4- 4 4-4-t l
PROF. T. H.B.TAYLOR
f WRITES OF THE 4TH ,
ON EVANS CREEK !
In thu course of human events it
becomes nccusHiiry to do cpiito a lot
of thiiiKH wo would rather not. That
is one reason why I urn saying a
few thinus hero. Seems like I havo
tend in a nomuwhat ancient chronol
ogy that "God hutes a liar." Now
in this one particular God and 1 are
viiiyi much ullko. I hopo I may
not ho considered any way vin
dictive, for, us I recall, sonic men
aro born great (liars); others
auhiovo greatness, while some others
havo it thrimt upon Ilium, cither
through environment, occupation or
a natural tendency thereto mid that
in why I have compassion for your
correspondent who .wroto a brief ur
ticlo a fow days ago on tho Fourth
at Woodvillo. His statements were
all O. K. about a fine imo but
about the bilked chiukuu, etc., tc,
all for 'lo cents, ho was n most in
veterate, consummate, illiterate
1-i-a-r that is, well, I am loth nt
times "to cull a man a liur, owing,
of couiHO to his construction. I
will say that ho was very much mis
taken or a dealer in thu worst form
of fabrication, if not provarication
as you very pertinently remarked
you could not sco where wo would
get off for 25 cents. No eir, unci
it was just about nil we could do
to uet off for 50 cents, which was
tho price that day at tho Waldorf.
Tho prime fcaturo of the day win.
the drilling contest between Sam
team and Halph Kittennau and Dick
McDonald, which was a fine display
of tho art or scicuco of drilling.
Thoy word badly hnndicnppcd in the
first plnco by n very refractory rock
boiui', as ono was heard to remark,
as hard as an adjective, and in tho
second place by faultv drills; so
they failed to niako tho Btipulntcd
depth of hole but to show you there
are no hoirs in Woodvillo, except one
old now nnd seven pigs, those stnl-
wnrts who shed their linen part of
it, you understand and pounded
those old drills in tho hot sun for a
full hnlf hour fillini tho air and
themselves full of disintegrated rock
ot their money, just tho snmc. La
dies and cents, please remove your
hats. All of which constrains mo
to remark that
If our sojcIs of onts wo sow,
In good soil thcy'ro bound to grow.
And they'll make the old mare go.
While the train is .'oint by.
T. II. H.
Mrs. L. A. Jordan nnd Mrs. J. D.
Lawrence, loft Friday morning for
Grunts Pass, whoro Mrs. Jordan Is
boinir treated by Dr. Finloy for ear
4-t 4-f 4-
IS KNOCKING AT THE DOOR.
SO WE CAN ALL HAVE
CAKES. RARDON'S BAKERY
HAS. TWENTY DIFFERENT
KINDS, .ALL .FRESH .AND
Is is Theatre
THE MILLERS IN A NEW COMEDY
A LAUGH FROM START TO FINISH
WATCH FOR THE DUTCH SOLDIER SUNDAY
THREE REELS THREE
THE T3TIAVE DESERVE THE FAIR
TJTE SISAL INDUSTRY IN THE BAHAMAS
THE LOOKOUT A drama
RAMBLE THROUGH the ISLAND of SUMATRA
Illustrated Song "All the P.retty Girls in Town"
By Miss Hazel Kennedy.
COOL, CLEAN, COMFORTABLE.
GOOD HIS PROMISE
SAN IIAFAKL, Cnl., July 8. -William
II. Bradbury, millionaire ox
couvlct, Is making Kood hits promise
to nsBUt released (Irut-term convicts,
ilo Is planning to go to Santa Ilosa
today for tho purpoHO of assisting nn
ex-convlct who Is in jail there on a
Bradbury called at San Qucntln
penitentiary lata yesterday and offer
ed Warden Hoylo $2500 to bo used
as t. fund for aiding released con
victs. This was tho amount promised
by tho aged millionaire when ho was
released from tho prison ono week
ago aftor sorrlng ton months for per
jury. Warden Hoylo declined to tako the
money, saying ho had no authority to
do so. Ho promised to lay the matter
boforo tho prison directors at the next
Rend the furnished room ads in
tho paper today and then write a
hotter one. It'll find vou n lodcer.
Apricots nre rlponlnB fast. Order
ADAMS BROS., 700x2.
Let a want ad do a want ad's patt
in ovcry task or quest yoij. nnder-
take, nnd you'll get into the habit of j
ft-t-c-tt--tt t tttt
II. IJ. Patterson, tho Qua- !
ker Nursery man, has moved i
his office to 110 Eaot Main
" strcot. ""
f -.4- 4- 4-4.-.-f 4.-t. 4-
DR. GOBLE'S OPTICAL
PARLOR REMOVED TO 235
E. MAIN STREET, OVER
STRANG'S DRUG STORE.
H 444-4-4-4 44.4.- I
RARDON'S TWENTY FEET
OF CAKES. TWENTY DIF-
FERENT KINDS WILL MAKE
YOUR MOUTH WATER.
With an ALCOHOL Lamp
you must fill the lamp, adjust the
wick, strike a match, and he very
careful not to spill alcohol on the
you insert the plug and turn the
When this is clone you can devote
all your attention to the recipe.
Vc have the ELECTRIC Idnd. made by the
General Electric Co. Ask us about tbem today
ROGUE RIVER ELECTRIC COMPANY
WATER IS KING
ALFALFA IS QUEEN
THE FRUITS OF THIS
ROYAL UNION ARE
RICHES AND INDE
PENDENCE. And whore is tho kingdom
pray? In "Sunny Calif or
uia, Tehama county, at the
upper end of tho great Sac
ramento valley, there is a
tract of tho finest land in the
world, all of which can bo
irrigated and carries with it
title to a perpetual water
right. Six cuttings a year of
alfalfa, a production of ton to
twolve tons por acre, and an
avorago prico of nine dollars
por ton in tho stack. Sounds
good, but is it truo? Lot us
prove it to you. This land
can bo bought for $.150.00 por
acre, one-fifth cash, balance
in four equal annual pay
ments. Tho income from tho land
will mora than koop .up the
Tf you aro looking for a
homo, independence and
supooss, wo havo it.
FRANK G. ANDREWS,
G South Fir Stroot.
LOS MOLINOS LAND CO.
Los Molinos, Cal,
THt BIGGEST RETAIL BUSINESS IN
THIS CITY COULD BE CREATED
BY ADVERTISING EXCLU
SIVELY IN THE MAIL
No business of anv moment could be built up in
this citv WITHOr"' T PATRONAGE OF
THE READERS OF THE IAIL TRIBUNE.
ANY BUSINESS which persistently seeks and
secures the patronage of THE READERS OF
THE MAIL TRIBUNE can be made BIG
ENOUGH TO SATISFY ANY BUSINESS AM
BITION any mercantile aspiration.
If there is any wisdom in CONCENTRATION,
then there is wisdom in a one-nowspapor campaign
of publicity. Such a campaign is AIMED AT
SOMETHING DEFINITE it has direction, ob
ject ive. There aro no wasted expenditures no ex-1
poriments, no advertising to prove your "friondli-'
ness' to some cause, or faction, or intorcst.
'Che patronage of tho Mail Tribune readers can
"make" any store any enterprise in this city.
TITE LAOlt OF IT CAN QUICKLY UNADVKE
ANY STORE OR ENTERPRISE IN THIS CITY.
And, more and more, tho Mail Tribune's readers
aro coining into tho solf-intorest habit and practice
of buying things that aro advertised in the Mail
Tribune. For thoy are roaliziug more of them
every day that the firms that advertise in their
newspaper aro rendering them a REAL SERVICE.
And they APPRECIATE it.
and that the place to buy, if you want quality, style
and price combined, is
15c Pair 35 and 50c
2 PAIRS FOR 25c.
A qualitythat wears,
don't fade, comes in any
size; colors black and tan;
in men's, ladies', boys'
misses' or infants' Hose.
Try them once is to buy
in other stores you can
usually find them here at
and there is no more com
plete or up-to-date line
of men's, ladies' and
misses' Hosiery in the city
100 pairs men's $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75 quality Work
Gloves. Don't miss them, pair .$1.00
200 boxes fancy box Writing Paper, with Envelopes
to match, 75c and $1.00 quality; here tomorrow, 50c box
See our east window tomorrow; a new swell line of
fancy Glass, choice, each .15c
tk" m -' 's
I I SHOW
I THE GOODS J
Loose or Mounted
When looking for DIAMONDS of
quality, don't fall to boo my stock.
Martin J. Reddy
The Jeweler, Near P. 0,
GOLD RAY GRANITE CO.
Office: 209 West Main St., Medford, Ore.
Operating Quarry at Gold Ray, Oregon
BUILDING, MONUMENTAL AND
We Fix It
"Our machine responsibility
doos not end with tho innchino's
sale, Anything wrong we fix
it. If anything breaks wo fix
f il. Anything wonrs out wo, fix
it. If it's your fault wo fix
it. If it's tho machine's fault
wo fix it. If it's our fault--wo
fix it. No mattor what's tho
mattor wo fix it.
Call Main 1711.
C. S. LUPT0N, Mgr.