Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, September 11, 1910, FIRST SECTION, Page 6, Image 6

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MJ3DF0UD MAIL TRIBUNE, MJ5DF0RP. OREGON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER- .11, .19.10.
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New Fall Styles for
Women and Misses
Our suit department is prepared to supply your needs
in the latest ideas in suits, coats, skirts, waists, dresses,
etc. You aro invited to look here before you buy your fall
supplies: SCHOOL DRESSES FOR BLESSES. Every
thing in this department has been carefully selected and is
being offered at
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Lowest Prices for
SCHOOL CLOTHES
We can show you the onl ycomplete line of school suits,
overcoats, hats, caps and separate pants that can be found
in Medford and vicinity. Boys long and short pants,
school suits in durable, lasting, satisfactory materials.
$2.50 TO $12.60.
Kentner's
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BIG DEPARTMENT STORE.
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Hart, Schaffner 6
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Marx Glothinii
Did you over oxnniino a Hart, Sohnffnoi1 & Marx Suttl
Come and havo a look try on the coatexamine tlio fab
ric and pass an opinion. You'll find the vory latest cuts
tho newest patterns and colorings and every suit is
guaranteed strictly all puro wopl and so wovon and con
structed that they will woar porfectly for two seasons.
$18.50 to $40.00
SHOE DEPARTMENT
Our School Shoes havo bocomo noted locally as tho best
wearing shoes ovor sold in southern Oregon. Bring tho
school children hero for their shoes onco and you'll bring
them back again when in need of shoes. Our shoo depart
ment is woll equipped to supply your needs and ovory
thing wo show for mon, women and children is of tho best
and most widely sold brands.
Kentner's
BIG DEPARTMENT STORE.
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NO DRUGS NO SURGERY
IP YOU ARE SICK OR HAVE AN AILMENT
OFrANYEIND
Try
CHIROPRACTIC
AND GET WELL.
Diseased conditions are caused by osseous dis
placements, Especially of the spinal column.
The great results obtained Chiropractically
are due to the correct location and removal of the
cause of disease.
Dr. Gordon is a spinal specialist of great ex
perience and thoroughly understands how to locate
and correct diseased conditions by his method of
adjustment.
Call or address
1 Dr. L. M. Gordon
Chiropractic Spinologist,
216 E. Main St. (Over Medford Hardware Co.),
Medford, Oregon.
Office heurs: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
RACE SUICIDE IS
CHURCH SUICIDE
Se1 Declares Father Vaughn Before
Eucharistlc Congress Says Wo
men Shake Their Little Fists In
the face of God.
' MONTERAtt, Sept.. 10, In an, ad
chess today bofoie. tho Eucharistlc
congress, Father Eenard Vaughn, an
Englishman, declared that tho race
uicldo Is church suicide, nnd severe
ly called to taBk women whom he
claims are forcing many of tho civi
lized nations of tho earth Into a
sterile pagndlstn,
"Nothing can bo more contempt
ible." he cried, ''than those married
women 'who shako their llttlo fists
in the' face' of God, saying, 'Wo ign
noer you 'despite your laws.' "
"From all thnt I can learn, tho
speaker continued, "tho Catholic
church will soon bo in controlo of
America through Its force of num
ber. Christian? fecundity is fighting
qtorllo paganism; Protestantism is
disappearing and tho battle for the
possession of tho world soon will bo
narrowed down to tho Catholic
church,
"Itaclal production is unalterably
connected with church progress. They
react upon each other. An empty cra
dlo means tin empty church. As I
said before., the Catholic church
stands alone, in tho enforcement of
God's law in this respect, and tho
Catholic church alone does not com
plain of falling attendance and mem
bership. "I well understand why many
womon don't 'Wont to bo left out of
public affairs entirely, and why they
want to share the prizes of life. I
sec no fault In her ambition, but I
must say I think It's a fine thing to
boo a woman taking in washing, She
Fs far better off than many of her
sisters who depend for their living on
their ability to take In men.
"One unfortunate condition of our
modern life Is that so many women
aro compelled to look outside their
homes for work. This 's deplorable,
but it seems to be an economic con
dition that cannot be remedied at
once."
POSTMASTER MILLER
ON FIRST. VACATION
JACKSONVILLE, So'pt. 10, John
F. Miller, the local postmaster, is
taking his, first vacation in J3 years
continuous service. Mr. Miller was
appointed postmaster in August,
1897, and iu that time has never been
absent from fchoiofficc for more than
n duy nt ii time, fhd local office
hus long hold 'a higbj pluce in the ef
ficiency records of tho service, and
in known no the neatest and best kept
office in Oregon. Mr. Miller, who
luifi been under the weutiier for Home
months, will return in a couple of
waekH, nnd it is to bo hoped thut his
vacation has renewed his health.
County Court News,
Plats filed nnd appreved: Koguo
Lands: Irrigated Orchard tracts, C.
& I), subdivision, Riverside subdivis
ion, Fair Oaks orchard tracts, De
Icuin Amended Addition to Gold 1111.
In tlio matter of tho petition of
tho Home Telephone & Tolegruph
company to erect poles and lines
alone tho public highways, permis
sion granted.
FIRST FACTORY
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TORN DOWN
Old Distillery Razed For Years It
Stood as Testimonial to Early Ef
fort to Secure Payroll for This
City No Breweries.
Seo tho big eyo on East Main
street. 164
The big distillery building thnt for
years has stood unused ut the north
end of Medford, u memento of the
early efforts to secure fuctories and
a payroll, for it was tlio first indus
trial establishment erected in the
then village of GOO people, has been
razed and tho machinery nnd lumber
is being hauled away nnd put to
other uses. Thjs distillery wns erect
ed in 1891 nt a cost of about $20,
000.' It had a fino equipment and ti
capacity of 25 barrels of whisky a
day. Corn nnd wheat, then raised in
largo quantities in Rogue River val
ley, were uced in tho manufacture of
liquor. A lartro business was done
for sovoral years, but Uio inaugura
tion of tho fruit industry and tho
consequent decadence of grain-ruis-ing
cut off the supply of raw mate
rial and tho distillery wns forced out
of business, for tho fruit brought
fancy prices and could not bo made
profitably into alcohol.
Medford also had a brewery, but
thut, too, clospd for tho lack of
grain. There is now no brewery or
distillery in operation in ull South
ern Oregon. In pioneer mining days,
when Jacksonville was tho metropolis
of ull Southern Oregon and Northern
California, tho then bustling little
city had two breweries and one largo
distillery. Of tho distillery, which
stood on Jackson crcok, in the
northern part of town, nothing ro-
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EXTENSION
DINING TABLES
Our Special Sale For
Monday and Tuesday
REMEMBER, these tables arc on special sale for Monday and Tuesday only. Wo do exactly as wo ad
vertise siedal prices for two days only and no tables will be sold at any other time for the sale prices ad
vertised below.
See Special Cards in Window
Regular $18.00 Table for v ..$13.00
Regular $18.00 Table for 4.. : $16.00
6-foot $22.50 Table for $16.50
Regular $28,50 Table for $21.00
8-foot $30.00 Table for v....... $22.50
Regular $30.00 Table for : $24.00
8-foot $38.50 Table for $32.00
G-foot $10.50 Table for $8.00
Regular $14.00 Table for $8.50
Regular $15.50 Table for .'. . $9.00
Regular $13.00 Table for ! $9.00
G-foot $12.50 Table for .' : $9.50
Regular $14.50 Tablo for .' .'.: $10.00
Regular $10.50 Tablo for $8.00
EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME.
Weeks 8b McGowan Co.
114 TO 124 WEST MAIN STREET.
mains, fo'r it ccuscd operations in tho
early '80s, mid the building wns torn
down about 2."j years ago, The two
breweries went out of business soon
After tho distillery closed and a few
years afterward wore dismantled and
tho equipment shipped uwny, but the
buildings still stand and are used for
other purposes.
Orenoii State Fair.
To Salem and return, $11.10. Tick
ets on snlo 11th to 17th, inclusive,
limited until September 10. Full
particulars at depot.
Hank ins for Health.
REPORT INTERS ARE
ALREADY AFTER QUAIL
JACKSONVILLE Sopt. 10, Tho
shotgun bombardments that are
heard every evening in our vicinity,
especially around tho hills to tho
north, local people cannot holp hut
suspect that some gamo hog is out
for his sharo of tho quail boforo his
more law-abiding brothers can got
at them. Thoro is lots of good quail
! country around Jacksonville, but
when tho season npous tho quail are
jgono, probably killed or drivon off
by oxcessivo shooting. It is thought
thut the small hoy with tho .22 1h
largoly responsible for this, and next
tp him his slightly oldor brother with
a $5 shotgun.
If your advertising is oo unimpor
tant that It makes peoplo1 supposo
your storo to bo unimportant work
hard to corroct tho Impression.
Seo tho big eyo
street.
on East
Main
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Geo. W. Cherry
Lawyor
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Titles and conveyancing a
specialty.
Room 30,
Jackson County Bank Bldg.
Phone Main 431.
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