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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1912)
1WH5DTWW WXTC TRTBTOT3, MEOTOTtD. 0R17,C!0N, WEDNESDAY, 'ODTOBETl 23, M2.
PTOE TARTS IB 4
MED IN EAST
Holio A liny Inniim mulei' tlnlt of
Ni'w Ynil(, Oi'lulicr Hit
Aliout hvmilv ont'M of Iiok npplvN
nilhiiiit how dully, it fow KdvvlmviiH
I'mm Wnlwintlllu hcliiir nspurlcil,
OlIiciM ii ro I'mm ()woii, WmmIiIiij-Ioii,
lihiliu (iiitl I'uluniiln, ii' whlcli per
Impx it ipiiuUr ii w niu'lloiH'il, luil
unci' put mil hi hImiIi hiiIi nr ex
pin led. Nliu'lv per I'i'iit iT nil lh"
nnlvul nw .liiiiiilliiuiM, I In- c.tlu'i' ID
per ckiiI HiiIIi'iiIhtkh mill n low olli-
.leiinlhiiiiH: A iv w of Hie iirK"l
hlxiM i'oiihiiiiiiiI 'J.llll ihmI I'mtn lluil
nil tlio wiiv ihiwii lo .fl.OO p'r Ihin,
Inwly iii'iMihlini; In )n culm- mill
ifiuilily. Two cum nf Vnlilinn .limn.
thiuiM oil lint wlmrf till mnriiiiisr, ih
hoiIi'iI nlen, Marin1i color mpl ttftl
ll.v, 1-l.lfi hlil fur hulli eur, hunt of.
Hplli'iihi'iifwi Nnllihijr fimoy Ihti'
yi'l mill llic Vv corn lliul liiuo muni'
hn vi' hii'ii lucking In color nntl ntc
tiiHhrlrrl; the hit? one nw Hliiijj
ill .t'J.OO; l'JH lo 1.10 hlri'M, I. ,', In
f I. fill, mill I he kiiiiiII (iiii'h $1.(10. In
iin'l, $1 Oil i ihi pili'f on nil vnrh'
Ih'ri or illl"H nuiill Mn of l)l.X up.
pies which cuiiic into illicct compo.
tlllon with thi ImrroU.
Ample mriviilx daily of liiuicl tip
pit", innrld'l iincluincil front our lnl
ijiiolntloii. WVnllii'r linn hcnn worm
mid niUKuy, hut lodny clear mid
MuiiimvIiiiI ctihlcr. llll mil cold
I'liniiKh. Tlio difficulty of finding'
ohl utonifji' nioin, they hclnjr moMly
filled up, hurl the wile of any ap
ple In hn purlieu dc-drim; lo hold
Ihrin for n while.
The repot U of mile f. o, Ii. of
WinennpM hi $M), you mut reineru.
her were for nxlrii fmiey mid hlo
tint Htniill Ihnii KIH. Nu mieli uiih hid
for carloiul oh lucliuliiii; the miiiiII
II Ik ithMolnlely iiiiW)sililc for iik
lo predict the future oh the arrivals
nre going o he iinincnso mid the
slVo are going to mil miiiiII, iIiiim, n
inenlionrd nhoic. Iiitvlng to fit-lit the
hnrrel tipple. 'o uuinI ndvUo our
friemlM to make u direful selection
jif what they nee fit to Mnd hew he
omce we Mirdy oinmnl do well with
ordinary prude mid miiiiII hired tipples.
SHERIFF'S WORK ON
LANDSLIDE FOR IEDDY
HAN FUANCI8CO. Ciil . Oct. 23.
-That Colonel Itoomiwlt will cor
a luinHllile In California nlnillir to
that of l'JOt when lie linil n ma
jority of i 15,000, lit Iho tiiillef of
(orntcr Onvarnor (Jeorgo C, I'nrdco,
1 n'iio U hero today after a cutnpnlRit
Iiik tour of Humboldt county.
"Tho Itcihyood reKlon U more than
unfo," Knht I'nrdoo. "Tho moil of
th a lunilivr cniniiK look to ltoomivelt
ax Iho father of Iho came of the
toller. I venturo th opinion Hint tho
proRretmlvo ticket will run .1 to 1
over WIIhoii ami Mnrtihnll In that
Medford I'riuuiiB contpmir carry
loll n of ll hUnV
To Iho editer: 'I1io Mud ford Hun
of tho J H t li Imitmit Kavo mi
account of tlio Mlko Kpniioit con fen
ulou which wiih coricct In tho tiiiiln
hut I think too much (imphnidn wiih
Inld upon tho fact that Mllio inmlu
tho confcfHlon to mo rather than to
tho iiheriff'M offlco,
Mlko hml Informed Hhoilff Joiicn
(hut ho wInIii! (o iiinho n full confei
ulon nml tho Hhorlff lit ouco came to
Medford to neo mu, nml when Mlk
hml made liln full Htateinmit It wiih
reml to him In tho irein;nro of Hie
nlierlff ami IiIh ileputy whowupoii he
I'orhiiM HiianoH thoimht noiiui Im
munity iiiIkIiI follow it ronfenMon
inailo illrccl1)' to Iho officer who hml
chant o of tho iironncntlon,
NoverthehiHH tho itooil Konenilnhlp
of tho nlmrlff toK'ther with tho of
fectlvn work hnltiK done hy hluiHolf
nml hlx deputleii In tho flold ronvey
(til to hrliiK KpanoH to tho tho tmyco
logical point whoro nml when he
An tho pioftfcutlntt nttornuy'n of
rlcn miiKt dupeml wholly for evidence
upon (hi) effoitH of Hip HhorlffH of
fice In order to convlcU t wIkIi lo r!vi
credit whom credit In due.
I mn niiro tho outromt of tho of
forth to find mid convict the murder
er n of (leoritn DediiHknlouN will dent
oiiHtrato Hint lntellln"nt nml effi'cllve
work hint licen douo In tho I'.atlierlui:
of evidence which hcuan with it uioro
cluo nml which added to fniKiunut til
n Hum ha forced a ntront; chain of
ovldoucn Hint will leave it Jury mid
tho puh'lr without doulit nit to who
tho itullty partlcft are.
I am not thlnklm: JitHt now of the
county cmuiinlKii only of tho fnctH
nml InrldnnlH of tho homicide In
uuestloii. mid that nil pnrtUn may
work together for tho conviction of
mich KUllty partlcH I do not wUh to
Imvo tho credit for nn Important con
feBdlon to which 1 wn a more Inci
dent. Tho iihovo Htntcmont Ih tirompted
hy n f(Hllit; that tuiclt Ih duo to all
parlleit coue-rned Including inyxolf.
ii. r. mui.ki:y.
Mme. Gadski Will Sing in
Medford Next' Monday Night
BIG CROPS STOP
Ah a program maknr, Mme. (2nd
itkl, who kIiikm at tho Nutnlorliiui on
Monday evenlni;, Octoher 28. Iiiib
few c(tial. The prima donna taken
Hjicclal pride In the nulitctlon of her
uuuilxirH and IuvIhIicii Kwnt enru on
I 'or her .Medford apiiearnnce n
most lepreHciilatlve Helectlon Ii.'ih
heeit made. Three WaKiierlan arlnR,
which aliow to heat advantage tho
full hcopo of (indNkl'fl opurntlo jiow
ot', n r.roup of (ierman hoiikm, some
Htmplo and pathetic, otherH highly,
dramatic, and n ftrotip of HiikIImIi
KonnH UiIn contttlttitcM tho proKram
Antony tho cncoreii which Mme.
OadHkl t;cnernlly ular.H Ih tho "ICrl
KIiik," which ho liau made famoim.
Than thin there la no mow Intensely
Krlpidnt; hoiik written, and the real
IhiIi: touch which (adkl r.lvt to It
nlwnyH pro vol; en the wlldcHt cnthiiB
laaut. An added feature u III ho two
nil inborn hy Kdwtn Hchntdder, who
aH a planlHt hn n rcptttntloti equaled
ny few. Ills playing has met with
tho approval of critics who rate his
ability very ItlRltly. Tickets for tho
concert are now on sntc at Haaklns.
Mail ordern now.
GREAT HONOR PAID
PORTLAND, Ow Oct, 1!.1 That
the bumper cropn throuchout tho
country have Hod up tho coimtructlon
of morn frelRht enru bccaimo tho
equipment Ih In demand to take euro
of tho prenont onormoiiH amount of
rolling ittork Is tho claim or JiiIIiih
KruttKchnltt director of operation
nnd innlntennuco of tho Ilnrrlmnn
llneH. who In hero today. Track
laying on tho Oregon Hantem and
tho Ciimnii Prairie linen lutn been huh
pnuditd on KruttHchuUt'tt order ho
cuumu of tho uccoBHlty of lining tho
conitructlon caw to haul crops.
"In our opinion," declared Krutl
sichnllt, "tho need of movttiR tho
cropn wan Rreater than the need of
puttliiK down ntll."
VOHTUAN1). Ore.. Oct. 23. Mrs
Abigail Scott Dunlw.iy, tlio "mother
of woman's nuttraco" In tho north
went today has thn asuuraiice that
tho cnuso will bo succeiotful hew ns
a reHiilt of tho monster public re
ception tendered her on the occasion
of her 75th birthday. Tho larRcitt
auditorium In thn city wan secured,
and In tho preHonco of Governor
Went mid many other notables, the
aed worker was clvon a testimonial
tho city will long remember. Mayor
Cotterlll or Seattle. ex-Uulted StateH
Senator Fulton nnd others, among
them a number of prominent women,
made addresen, all lauding the
work done hy Mrs. Dunlwny for the
catme or suffrage. At tho closo of
tho speechmnklug several In the au
dience wero given nn opportunity to
meet ami congratulate her.
Tho Sheepherders' union of Dutto,
Mont., Is Heading out an appeal for
moral and financial nKslstitnce In tho
work of organizing tho sheephordor
of thn country.
LOVESICK YOUTH OF
NBW YOItK, Oci. 23 Despond
ent hecnupo he was refused admis
sion lo tho homo of Alva flow, 13
yoar-old Hweethearj Toby .Tyson,
aged 1-1, shot himself In tho head,
mid la dead here today.
In n letter written by the boy Just
beforo ho committed suicide and
found after the shooting, he said:
"I want to conquer tho world.
Oh. God, I want my Alva! I want
my Alva! Yes, I have tho audacity
to say that I wuut her to say so.
Tho home of Mr. and Mr. James
B. Clements of Savago creek was
burned to tho ground Tuesday after
noon, tho flro starting whllo tho fam
ily was absent. Tho origin of the
flro Is unknown.
Tho loss will total nboul $2000
which Is partially covered hy Insur
ance. Mr. and Mrs. Clements have
been resident of this section for the
past two years coining from Marys
D. CROSSLEY & SONS
201 IVnnklln Ht New York
APPLES and PEARS
Wo haro our own houses In
XKW YOItK, MVKHPOOL, LON'DOX AND OMHGOW
Direct consignments solicited or seo our Itoguo Rlvor representative.
CHRIS GOTTLIEB Medford, Oregon
TO STOP BAILING!
I'OIITK, Intl.. Oct. 'arnder or
ders fnmi Governor MnndmU'H office
to slop Kiiruldini; nt lite Mineml
Spring rare trunk, two eoinpnuiex
of fttatc militin tire today en route
Both companion are equipped for
lieuvy marching order, with full ac
coutrement for field erviee.
"I'njMtV OLipppkln" Itelletes Your
Imllgesllon in I'lvo .Mloiies
Sour, gassy, upset stomach, Indi
gestion, heartburn, dyspepsia; when
the food you eat ferments into
gasea and stubborn lumps; your head
action and you feel sick and miser
able, that's when you realize tho
magic In Papo's Dlapepsin. It makes
such misery vanish In five- minutes.
If your stomach Is In a continuous
revolt if you can't get It regulated,
please, for your sake, try Dlapepsin.
It's so needless to have n bad stom
ach make your next meal a fav
orlto food meal, then take a little
Dlapepsin. There will not be any
distress eat without fear. It'a be
cause Papo's Dlnpepsln "really does"
regulate weak, out-of-order stom
achs that gives It It's millions of
Got a largo fifty-cent case of
Papo's Dlapepsin from any drug
store. It is tho quickest, surest
stomach relief and cure known. It
acts almost Uko magic It Is a
scientific, harmless and pleasant pre
paration which truly belongs in
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We ran store 17 cars more of fruit. Rates as follews:
200 boxes or less 2oe per box for the senson. All in
expcss of 200 boxes 20c for the season.
v Season to April 1st.
Medford Ice & Storage Co.
Two Lots, 50x117, Queen Anne Addition
"Water, sewer, pavement and sidewalks in, alley
in rear; best two lots iu the addition. .
One Lot 75x120. East Main Street
Water, sewer, pavement, alley in rear.
Five-room house and lot, Kenwood avenue
Concrete foundation, xIastered, wired and plumb
ed, lot 135 feet deep, half block Fourth street
pavement, high ground.
Lot South Oakdale 60x175, all improvements
in, adjoins Howard property, faees Dakota avenue,
alley in rear.
Seven acres, l1 miles north of Medford on Cen
tral Point macadam, ditch across highest part.
Any of the above properties can be purchased at
exceptionally low prices and terms to suit pur
chaser. MEDFORD BOOK STORE.
Nearly a quarter of a centmy under the same
It has succeeded because of
Soundness of principle
Economy of management
Safety of investment
Courteous and liberal treatment
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $175,000.00
W. I. Vawter President G. R. Lindley, Vice Pres.
C. W. McDonald, Cashier
AHEAD OF HUNDREDS AND
WE CAPTURED IT
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