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HSMSSKSt U 5
Pcdorlanii on Kant Main street
Wednesday inornlnK woro startled to
see a horsotcss biigi$y running down
the hospital bill ahd turn over In the
nrapo Vines. 1'roliably a gust or
wind blow the IniKRr down tbo hill.
No one appeared to claim tho wreck
and tho incident was mtppestlvo Xtt
spooks without thb gusts of wind no
counted for It.
Mrs. M. J. Roddy has roturncd
from SpqkftJie, whorp she has bene
spending tho Vlhtor,
William Ulrlch, trusteo In bank
ruptcy for J. Dllhnn, will foil at pub
llo auction ot tho old Culhbert stand.
irlous articles of merchandise of
said bankrupt. March IB, 1913, at 10
o'clock a. hi. 302
W. T. Dalley Is In from his ranch
in tho upjier Rogue.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Goro left for
Portland Wednesday evening's train
for n short visit.
tonla Hell, who has been conduct
ing a butcher shop In Mcdford dur
ing tho pAst several years, went to
E. D. "Weston, commercial pnotog
raphorn, negatives made any time or
pjice by appointment. Phon M.
Will Read of Cleveland. Ohio, a
nephew ot Dr. Kdwln Kowler. who
owns tho "big tract of timber In Foots
Qreek district, yas In Medford and
Jacksonville Wednesday, accompa
nied by 1j. W. Smith of oOld Hill.
" Tho M. T. Mlnncy Co has formally
accepted the electric railway fran
chise recently granted It by the peo
ple of Ashland.
Feed and seed. Schmidt, phone
Mrs. L. Foster of Raker City pass
ed through Medford Wednesday even
ing, en route to her homo from Cali
fornia. Sho was met at tho train by
Harry Foster, her brother-in-law.
H. Thurston nnd Thos. Hull were
over from Applegate Wednesday.
William Ulrlch, trustee In banlc
rnptcy for L Dllban, "will sell at pub
He auction at tho old Cuthbcrt stand,
various articles of mcrchandlso of
Bald bankrupt, March 15, 1913, at 10
o'clock j. m. , 302
0."X. Nelson,' b.'M. Q)lllas pad
I). H, Croncmlller of Jacksonville
wcro In Medford Wednesday.
J. D. Rcrlln ot Turlock visited Mr.
and Mrs. H. U. l.urosden Wednesday.
Ho was on his way to Soattle.
Vapor baths and sclentino mas
sage for men and women. Dr. R
J. Lockwood, chrlopractor, 203 Oar-nett-Corey
Bldg. Phone H6
Carl Ton der Hellen of Wellen
spent Tuesday night In Jacksonville.
Fred Pclouie of Eaglo Point and
A. P. Hakong of Tolo transacted bus
iness In Medford Wednesday.
P. E. Kelley and II. L. Kahler ere
down from Roseburg this week.
Order brick Ice cream with sham
rock center, for St. Patrick parties.
Pnlaco of Sweets. 304
Tho Parent-Teachers' Association
of tho Washington nnd Roosevelt
schools will hold a Joint meeting Fri
day, March H, at tho library at 3
o'clock. A very Interesting program
has been arranged. Miss Robinson
of (ho library will glvo a talk on
"Children's Rooks; Miss Sine on
"Story Telling;" Miss Van Doro on
"Publlo School Music." After sev
eral muklcu! numbers Miss Mabel
Mcnrs will sing a scries of children's
songs. Tho kladergarteu committee
will bo thoro io'care for tho children.
(Jus Nichols and Norman Whiting
ot Kaglo Point were In Medford Sat
urday. G. O. Roach, music studio. Vio
linist. Will instruct on violin, man
dolin and guitar In correct method.
Advanced students und beginners.
AddrcBS 231 B. 9th street. Phono
Home 3H-L or Main 3481. 307
Mrs. It. A. Smith of Medford, and
daughter, Mlsa M. E. Fcrron of Mid
vulo orchard, lrao Wudnnsday, tho
13th, for un extended visit In Call
fornla. Tho good wishes of many
friends go with them. Mrs. Pearl
rlmltli, another daughter, will reside
at Mldvalo during tholr abnouco.
HuHluess women romo to tho Rest
Room Saturday night. 303
p. P. IlelniH of Talent mado a busi
ness trip lo Medford Wednesday.
I.. Nlcdormeyor of North Jackson
ville was In Medford Wednesday
U. A. Nel and John Carter woro
up from Ashland during tho week.
J.unch. at the Rest Room Saturday
night, IGc. 303
Tho county commissioners' court
was In Hosttlou u couple of days this
week, flulslilng tho business of the
Mu rch term.
Weeks & McGowan Co.
Sy Phon 9371
W. Kstctl Phlppx, the attorney, nnd
Dr. Henna iiiaiIo a professional visit
to Ashland Wednesday,
X.S. Qanduraori. II. II. Titthlll nnd
II. IV Peart of Central Point wcro
among tho many' who came to Med
ford during tho week.
Have ou visited tho Rest Room?
Assessor (Jrlcve's staff of deputies
have taken Die field and Is assessing
for the 1913 roll.
Dr. Needing and L. Charley wore
down from Drownsboro tho fore part
ot tho week.
Orchard, hunting, fishing nnd
Crntor Lake scenes for sale at Cor
king & Harmon's studio. Negatives
mado any place, kodak finishing. 12S
East Main street. Phono 2154
Mr. and Mrs. C. Gary of Phoenix
precinct woro n'mong their Medford
J. E. Murphy ot Grants Pass made
a trip to Medford Tuesday.
Patronise tho Rest Room Saturday
H. B. N'yo of Rock Point district
and J. J. Rlttcr. tho Foots Creek
miner, woro in Medford Wednesday.
' Mr. Buell, who has been -visiting
In Medford nnd Its vicinity, left for
his homo In tho cast Wednesday
Ladles' shoes shlncd at Summer
vlllo'a barber shop.
Sheriff Low of Klamath county
passed through Medford Wednesday,
having In chargo two criminals sent
to tho penitentiary by Judgo Rcnson.
Mrs, Roger Rcnnctt was a recent
Visitor with frleuds living at Ash
land. Ruslncss women's lunch at ropms
421-422. M. F. &. II. building. March
15. 5:30 to 7:00. 303
Medford Camp No. 90, Woodmen
of tho World, havo arranged a class
Initiation and banquet for Saturday
evening and a big tlmo is expected.
An Invitation has been extended to
Ashland and Phoenix camps to at
tend. Real home mado bread at De
Voe's. Misses Ethel and Mario Elfert
wcro guests o their sister, Mrs. W.
II. Barnum, Wednesday evening.
eC. ,F. Rlcljstoln returned Wednes
day afternoon from a trip toJo
D. G. Marshall has returned to El
ma. Wash., after an extended visit In
thl section. . fcl
'Dr; &i A. .Lockwood and Dr. Myrtle
8, Lockwood (regular physicians, npt
chiropractors) have romoved their
offices from tho Hasklns' building
to 232 E. Main street.
John Hanson. Arthur Rose and T.
II. F. Engel of Phoenix were recent
visitors in Medford.
Landlord Dunloy of Hotel Oxford
of Grants Pass tarried a few hours
In Medford Wednesday.
Bring that old book with torn
binding down And havo It rebound
at tho Mall Tribune office. Coats
but little. tt
R. W. Tclfcr of tho Clark fc Hen
cry company, Is down from Eugene
Arthur Dodge of Big Butte Is In
Medfprd visiting relatives and
Kodak finishing, the best at Wes
ton', opposite book store.
C. Y. Tcngwald transacted busi
ness In Jacksonville Tupsday after
F. II. Farrar Sr. of Salem Is among
tho many from abroad who aro In
cMdford on business.
Insure and be sure. Right It we
wrlto It. R. A. Holmes, Tbo Insur
M. W. Wheeler and M. A. Cartor
ot Ashland spent Wednesday In Med
V. C. McAlpln of the Southern
Oregon Electric Co. has hla wrists In
casts, ,tUo result or falling on to his
bauds from a ladder that slipped
whllo ho was at work on It.
ncrklnK & Harmon, etudlo por
traits, homo portraits, (lash lights,
kodak finishing, nost card worK anu
enlarging.; 128 East Main stroet;
U H. Tucker, who has been Bponu-
inc sovoral months with relatives liv
ing In Multnomah county, Is In Mcd-
Carkln & Taylor (John 11. Car
kin and Glonn O'. Taylor) , , "attorneys-at-law,
ovor Jackson County Bank
Col. Geo. P, Minis, tbo ago of
Seven Oaks, was among hla Medford
II. W. Hrooko wus In tho uopthont
part of tho county this week In the
Interest of tho Oregon Journal.
Miss Flora Thompson, doputy
county clork, visited lit Medford Wed
Now York LIfo Insuranco Co., O.
Y. Tongwald, Medford National
Bank Bldg., phono 3371. '
Wm. Brown of British Coliimblu,
whp has. been spending tho wlntor
with relatives living at Eaglo Point,
loftleft for his home Wednesday.
II. W. Talcott of tbq Ashland Tid
ings was iu Medford tho foro part or
tho weok and Investigated our public
market. ' Ashland may follow t"o ox
ample sot by this city to the balanco
of tho state In this particular.
Honry Greenfield ot Klamath Falls
is transacting business In Medford.
MEDFOun matt, trtbttkto.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy L. Mntilo an
noiincn Urn birth of n boy, John
HocVelt Maute, March tith, 1913
Weighs 9U pounds., at Springfield,
J, l.' Knrrdll, president of tho O.
W. R. ft N. company passed through
Medford Wednesday evening on his
General Superintendent Campbell
or tho Southern Pacific tarried In
Medford a tew moments Wednesday
STOCKTON, Cal , March 13 With
twenty men on foot, 11 In flu electric
car nnd one In the emergency hospi
tal with chills nnd fever, Curl
Browne's "army of tho unemployed"
started on Its march to Sacramento
today to demonstrate to the legisla
ture that It should pass tho bill to
provide state employment for Jobless
Nearly two hundred men partook
ot tho army's "mulligan" nnd broke
bread, literally, with Carl Browne on
tho Stockton plain last night, but
although they had all signed up for
tho hike, only a few of them wcro
In the ranks this morning.
Last evening several I. W. W.
members tried to break up Browne's
meeting and thrco ot Browne's re
"Christ had ono Judas out of 12.
and I have threo out of 4S," shouted
Browne to his four hundred listeners,
and ho was applauded.
ALL PUBLIC SERVICE
BOSTON. March 13. Louis I).
Brandcls. who was reported to havo
been a possibility In President Wil
son's cabinet, definitely stated hero
today that ho would not accept pub
lic service. Ho refused to Issuo any
formal statement ot his reason.
WICKERSHAM OFF ON
TOUR AROUND WORLD
SAN FRANCISCO, Oil., Murch 13.
Kntliuhinsiic over hi- vnentioii nn
tainted over tho difficulties with
whidi liij plan for dissolution of the
Southern Pacific-Union Pacific mer
ger, hns met, former United States
Attorney General ickcndinm, ac
companied by -Mrs. Wiekcrshnm nud
n party of friends is in San Fran
cisco today on the first stage of a
trip around thp world.
"My chief regret ovor the termi
nation of my t-crviecs in the cabinet,"
said Wickcrsbnm today, "id that I
will not be nblo to take up the
method for solving tho trouble snr-
juountimr the Hctoli Ilctchy water
FALL THIS WEEK
LONDON, March 13. News from
Adrianoplo is meagro but dispatches
from Constantinople say it Is believ
ed tho end of tho present weok will
seo cltbor tho capitulation of the
fortress or a desperato attempt ot
Shukrl Pasha to break through tho
linos of tho enemy.
Tho reply of tho allies to tho pow
ers regarding mediation wus again
delayed. Thoro was llttlo doubt be
fore European diplomacy can get td
work on tho problem Adrianoplo will
bo In thu hands of tho allies.
UPTON' CHALLENGE FOR
RACE DECLINED BY CLUB
NEW YORK, March 13. Tho
Now York Yacht club declined to
night Sir Thomas Llpton's challcngo
for a yacht raco next season for
America's cup. Tho roaspa for (his
action was thnt Uio terms ot (lie
challcngo Impose a condition thtt the
defending vessel shall not exceed 75
feet In length, at thp water Hue. This
stipulation would doprlvo tho club
tho right to entor n vcuhoI of from
slxty-flvq to ninety feet as provided
in tho deed o( gl(L
Notlco Is hereby given that tbo
undersigned will apply at tho regu
lar meeting of tho city council March
18, 1!) 13, tor a llcenuo to noli malt,
spirituous nnd vlnoim llquora at tho
Hotel Mpdford. Ipta D. 17, 18, block
78, for a period of six months.
Dated March 7, 1913,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTEO Experleneod clerks. None
other need apply, J, C. Muun'n
FOIt riENT Modern houses, fivo to
seven rooms, $20 to $30; ono mod
ern completely rurnlshed bunga
low, five rooms, closo In, $2C.G0.
Wblto & Trowbridgo. 307
mnFonn. okiwon, TTnmamv, M.utrn in. mm.
Tho DUly Hint from Paris.
aa. -. taia a k u.a
Nr dupery line r hoivit In ttili
drM well a nw imWnntlon er ma
tcruls. Thoust It s nwilo up in clvn
and brocade. lhJroal conic Un m
ummcr we.shl nnd ihc t on b
plartd b- chrrrcui Ullte or crp.
UNCLE SAM TO STOP
SAN FRANCISCO. March 13 -Undo
Sam Is going to try nud stop
San Francisco's Chinese tnng war.
Under tho direction of United
States Attorney John L. McNab, war
rants were drawntoday ordering tho
arrest ot four Chlucao gunmen on a
chargo of having Illegal rcsldonco In
this country. Loo Slicung. tang !nu j
long, Lum Ylui and Chin Deb, who I
make up this quartet ot highbinders,
havo already boon gathered In, nnd
they will bo lgorously prosecuted. It
Indictments aro returned and convic
tions obtained ngalnst thorn thoy will
be deported. Each Is held to appear
beforo the grand Jury on $5,000
NE WAPPOINTMENTS OF
WASHINGTON'. Murrh i:i-l'rei-dent
Woodmw Wiison todny" muni,
natcd Frnnklyii Kooseudt of New
York to be usihtnnt Mulctary of the
navy: John Skeltou Williams of Vir
ginia to be ut.sit.tunt toeretnvy of th
trciiHiiry und Beverly (lollowny or
Wellington, 1). C, to be assistant
secretary of ngneiilture.
STATE ENGINEER GOES
TO WASHINGTON, D. C.
SALEM. Or. March 13.-State
Euglneer John II Lowls 1 today en
route to Washington to confor with
officials of the department of tho
Interior about a number of matters
In which Oregon Is Interested. Ono
ot theso is tho contract tor tho co
operative survey by tho stnto und
gvernment or tho water power re
sources or tho Des Chutes river
This Home 'Made Cough
Syrup Will Surprise You
NIopM T!vn 'Wh.mt'lnK 'onch
((ulcklr. A Vmtnltr Hnpplr
nt Small Coat.
Hero l a home piado remedy that
takes hold of n cuiigli fimtnntlyund will
usually cure the mmt sttililxini caMi In
lit hours. 'Jill Tiripo inakM pint
i nntigli for a w liulo family. You iimliln t
1)11 us much or un good reudy-iaado
cough syrup (or t'.50.
Mix mm iiiut of grunulatcd supir with
V) pint t warm water, anil hlir 'i
liiiniiti-s. ,1'ut 'Jtj otinrcs ii! I'lnex jllfty
tentn' nor tli) In :i iilul bottle, und nJl
the Hugar Syrup, llils Vovm iMrfcclly
nnd has a plcaikiiit, tato clilMnn lilo
it, llruresup tlw appetite and isallglitly
l4xal,Uv', which htljia nd iv cough.
You prnttably knew tho nodical valuo
of pine in trotting nntlima, bninciiitis
noi other throat trouhlni, mm lung,
etc. There Is nothing liettcr. V'n Is
tho most valuable concentrated ajmi"iinil
of Norway white pinu oxlr.ict, rich In
guaaco and all tho natural lieallntr plan
rlcnu-nts. Othor prrpnratlous will nut
work In ihti frtrniula.
'llio prompt rcstips from tms inoxtn
Blve remedy have nvuli) frh-ndK fnrjl In
thoimnnils of hnincs In tJio I'nlli'il htjiti't
and ('iiniula, ulilih explains why tho
plan has hicn imitated often, Lut ncYer
suw!fiilly. ... ,,
A guaranty of nbvdulo satlsfaclloii. or
money promptly ri-fmnlpil, poe with (Iim
recipe. Your ilriigt'Ut hns I'lnex, or w 11
cH It for vou. Tf not. scud to Jua
1'iuex Co., 1't. Wuync, IuO
till BHF IHb
MULES AND HORSES
UNION LIVERY STABLER
, The only gqor boy and feed stable in Medford.
Riverside and Bartlevt Ray Gaunyaw
BUI THIS 15 LOVE!
SAN' KHANl'IM), I'nl . Mur.li I J
By vluuitiiig ami Killtnir his iifll-
'intv, Agei Vmiibiiui, mill tlicu linn
'volt', V. J. .S0si, keeper of n miiihII
' jjiMcerv stmo lierci hust lodiiy e
enped IheNuiigonuee of 111 wife who
luul loonlivl liim liuie Itflrr li fie
venra' Hi'ftreli. Tim doulile liiigedv
oceurnM In u vlicnp ilonutuwn liotol
I iiinl in h nolo leTt by SuMu, n tuteiile
pact it tMtjggONted. Thu HBte MtiiU
"Thin id lovu."
Five oni" ugo Smii niniiieil Jului
llailmmofr in Um-iu, lit t'oiuul
wife willi nn mliiiirei' one niitlit ami
it naiil to luuo killed llio man. Tlu-n
ho eienped to Aiueiien Willi lux wife
in elose pursuit. Later lie met the
Vorobiou woniiui mid eiiuie heie,
001 wife's throat
.TOPEKA, Knns, Msreli 13
Charged with killing his wife by forc
ing her false teeth down her throat,
tho trial of Rev W L. Beers, pastor
of a Waknrus.i, Knns , church Is on
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER
DIE TOGETHER IN POND
LONDON, Murrh 13 -t'nnble to
bear the pangs ot a ncruitiH break
down which gripped them both, Mrs
Louisa Jcffryes nnd hi: daughter
Natallu throw themselves In a pond
at Goldanilng, ucnr hero nud aro doad
today. Mrs. Jcffrycs was the wife of
Dr. Wynian Jeff ryes who sorted with
distinction In tho Chll war.
After Thirty Years Experience I nave
Produced An Appliance for Men,
Women or Children That
If jxi fcira trlril moil mjlMo l,,rosi la
m. Wbrvuibr lall I, wbr I btte inf ir-atm
cc,. ScaJ tiucbtd coi tvitr mi I will tad
TImi alxiTP l ('. I'- HrtHiks lnriilnr of lit
.liUiirr, uln.riirr.l lilin.rlf anil win,
lu trii rurlnic oilier for utrr .10
jrar. If riiilurl,wrli liliiitmlux
jon (r tnj lg,irtl Uk od Ituflort H't Ii
cur, thawmc tat Apptiwe tai gl,ta ou
rrfm4oionicf mnr lcyl "hi b, If 1,4 II
a & wtr cart 4. I t(1re,tfi,ust rlll wdm l other
fall. ltBtmtT lax no iItk. tn timf . so U.
Ixmtoa UUI 10 rroit ttt I ,r 1, tru. Y04
r 111 JmUoadoar Llog trra trlr lliuttrtlt
bonk a4 rrM II jrou !! 14 DllmiiU M BT
kunJrtJ, ot rilnn b, liltn tox ctn tlu
rL Mil otit frit eoupa txlow n4 pull ulr.
Il iwtll wortl) jogr Uuti(tlitrruu trr lufAifii.
nco or not.
FREE INFORMATION COUPON
O.V. ntVitiTSi SuioSlrrrl MtriblU. JIUh
I'lti.a Mn4 mtbr null In plain wfptr your
llla,iral4 lnk am) fall lolortntllon lUiUI eur
ApplUuco fur too eur ol ruf luia.
Ih just ns dangerous ns INCOIt
Tho glasses I fit arp NOT JUHT
OI.AH8EH. Thoy aro glasses
ADAPTED TO YOUlt EVEHY
IlEQUIHEMENT and furuluhod at
U ItEASONAULE COST.
I don't perforin any Impossibil
ities, but if your eyesight can ho
Improved any I can do It; It It
cannot, I will tell you no.
Doluys are dangerous.
P.VJT KUHPi"b, Jplfo,nl, Oregon
Women Are Constantly Being Rentorccl to
Health by Lydia E. Pinkhnm a
M Worth mountains of gold," pn" one woman. Anothar
says, "I would not give Lydia K. Pinklmm's Vcgcttiljly
Coinnound for nit the other medicines for women in tile
world." Still another wii.es, "l should like to have thu
merits of Lydia I. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound thrown
oil the sky with a searchlight so that all sttffei ing women could
read and be convinced that there Is n lemedy for their ilk"
Wo roulit lUl n iuvniiaior Ion llnuwi tho nlroif UiIh Willi huoIi iih
tnttoim tnlJiMi fitnn tint lettors wo Imvo ivivImhI f iviii gmtt-rul mumju
wliowj lienllli Iiiih Urn nKtutvil mul huIU'iIiik IkiiiUIiimI 1 laj'ilm h.
l'itikltutirrt Vogi'tnlilo tuiiinnnul. , ....
Wlivlui.i UmIIii K I'iiihlitinrH Vogetalili' CoiiilK'Uinl nwuinillslioil
Mii'ii u iiiilvorwil riiim'HH? Why Iuim U Hi1 mul tljilvwl niifl kril uji
ilolnjj Us (ilorioiM work lunoiijr thu nick woiiion of tho world fur iiioru
Simply ami niirt'ly Ihh-iuiho of Hh Morllnir worth. I ho KNwnii im
ptlior uivilluliio Iiiih owr iiiiuuulitl !h Mlreww lilnllily iiinl Klin
plv iH'fnuso Ihoiv Is no othur iiioilleluo ho uinhI for wiuiieim Ilia.
lloro niv two lotturs tlmtjnst iunio to tin writer' (Irak only (wo
ot thoiuuuuU, hut both lull u romferlliiu: rjtoi,) to uvory ll'Hg vu
man who will ixjimI thum ami lw gntiloil ly them.
vmm hh. i. it. uitowx.
luU, KmiKn a. "During Ui(rhnni:
of l.lfa I unit iili'U for tn Jara. llo
forti I liKih your iiti'dicltio I ionld
not Ivnr tho weight of my uIoOivh
and wan hhnttrtl very Iwdly. I iloo
tori'd with thrco dooUir imt tbtjy
did mo no good. Thoy tJtld nnturu
imml Imvo Iu way- My Ulcr ad
vljwd mo to tuUo Lydla ll I'luhliRin'it
Wgulablct ntnpouiidand 1 purchnMnl
k Uilllo. iti'foro it was gone tho
bloating loft mo and I tvns not mi
wrw I continued tailing It until I
hnd takon Vi Uittlon. Kow I mu
tniugor than I hn Iktii for yvnrn
nnd mii tin all my work, ovon tho
tvaoliltig. Ytnir int'dloina U worth
Itt wolght Iu gold. I t'ntiuot prnlMi
it onoiigh If uitirt' woiiioii wtmhl
Uko Miur iiirdlt'luo thoro would lt
mow boitllby woiuon. You may ui
thin lettor for tho giMMlof ttthor. '
Mrs. I). II. IIIM.WN, ho-J North Wnliml
Strict, lola, Kan
aMKVrllo(n I.YIHA IM'INKIIAM Mi'.DU'lMM'O.
Your It'lter villi Ixt opi'iiitl, reuil mill itu-tcrcil
by u woumit mul livlu lu atrlct conllilcnce.
CLEANS IHE HAIR
In a fow moments your hair looks soft, fluffy, lustrous nnd
abundant No falling hair or dandruff.
Htiridy try a "Daiidurtno Il.tlr
Hair OlwiMrtf" If you wlwh to Iniuimt
dlatoly doiiblo tho biNiuty ot your
bnir. .tuit ipolntnti a cloth with
rnniltriin and drn It rurvfully
thmiiKh jour hair. lakliiK hm iiimll
traud nt n tlmo. this will cImum tln
hair of iiiut. dirt or any wicwsiIvh oil
- iu a fw nionienta )ou will bo
ninnjod Your Imlr lll m vtuvy.
fluffy unit itbuudnnt nud powhmm nil
lurompiirablo HoftnuM and liliniutr
of tnif hair hmillb.
Ilwddftf bimutlfyliiK tbo hulr. onn
application ot Diindorlno iIImoIvi
ovry purllclH of liaudritff, ilotuiftf.
purlfloa and liivlKorntoa tho urulp
y ' hi i
7 would rather
at ( t
' sell you a Studebaker"
When your dealer tells you that you know
he it hopcut.
Me may havo cheaper vniatn in utock, hut he
lywWs the Studebaker is tho bent.
And uo do you.
Me wnnta to givo ouch cood waRpn value
that you will come back ana demand ti buygy
inade by the same pcpplo.
SttKlobnkcra linvo been buildhir; voRons for bixty
yqnra, ind' tlicy Imvo vyon tho confidcnco of denier mul
farmer b buildjiiiBnot tho cheapest but tlio bat
Whetlr yptt livq in city, town or" country, tliero'u
a Stiidebnkcr to' fit your nccdu. Fnrin wjikoiiii, trucks,
business nnd delivery wtiHonn, surreys, buKt;icu nnd
runnbouts, with hurncsa for each of tho oaino high
qunlity ao Studcbukcr vchiclea.
Sti our Dealer or wltf y.
STUDEBAKPR South Bend, Ind.
CHI'AOO DAU.Afl KANSAS CITV DIMVEU
BAtrt-AK? qirv san yvANCieo rOKT(ANU,ou,
.1IHH. AVILMAniS HAYS I
HlUhttrt. did. "" I MtlTrml for II
ytiarn f itnu orKnnlo InllHiimtaUoii, tf
initio wtmhuoaMi, utln nnd IrrvfttlarU
llo. Tlio IhiIiih in my kIiIma wnrtt
luonniactl by witlliliitf vrttlaiMlliitf
my ft'utitnil I hndKtii'iiawfalboiiniMr
tlown fotlliiiri, wu iVprtMand In
plrlta and Waiutt thin nml Mltt
With dull, ho.try oym I hnd tix
dtHitiirit fnuu whom I rwolvwl only
teuiixirnry relief. I drttUvtt tu trlrti
I.ytlln li. rltlUllHIil'a. VocrtMlilvlVti.
tsitiud a fnlr trlnl and ulMitlm Haul
tiro Wnli. I havo now uatl Uw
roiuotllo for four iiHiiitha ami cannot
oxiitftM my thniitta fur ial il''
hnotlouo fornitt. ilta. H.tltiK Mi.
AND MAKES II
forawr atoppluK Itching and fnUtnc
DandtirtiiH li U I be Imlr what
rrwh ahtnturii of ralH and aHtMhtHv
nrn tu vKaUatlBH. It a right In Ihn
roou. InvtKtiratM aiwt unNMUhutt
UitiiH. IU oxklllarallHK, Mlinnlattng
ami tlfv-iirotluclriK vtQunUm mum
that hair to grow fttuimtamlr loui,
ironic and ImmhiIiuI
You cmt niirl have prtly. toft.
liiHtrtnia hair, and lota of It. If you
will Juat Kl a II tent bottlH uf
Kiiinvltou'K Daiitittrlnti from any
driiK atoro or toilet tuitutor and ti
It ll lllriTtalil.
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