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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1913)
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WTTDFORD MATT) TRTBUNR MTWFOnD. OREGON, PHTDAY, 'APT7TL 11, 101,1.
ELKS PLAN 10
CRESCENT CITY LINE
Tlio locnl lodgo of Elks nre plnn
nlnfC to purchase the Mftlfonl Fur
nituro & Ilnrdwnro building nt the
corner of Sixth nml Centrnl, rrtnodel
thn tliird nml fourth floor" nml con
vert it into nn Elk home. The build
ing committee of the lodge reported
favorably oh this plnn Thursdny
For somo limn tho local lodgo hnfl
planned to erect a building but how
it is deemed mora feasible to pur
chase this block. The third floor can
un lilted lor club rooms tvinlo n
lodge rooms can be constructed on
the fourth floor.
The lodge held a large meeting last
night In addition to discussing tho
building plans, a farewell was ex
tended to Frank llurgoss who lias of
ficiated as organist for the past two
and one-half years. Mr. Burgess is
leaving on theatrical business
through the east. He was presented
with a handsome emblem by the
lodge ns a token of its esteem and
BEEMAN HEARING IS
SET FOR Tl
The case of tho state vs. Joe Bee
man for perjury in set for 2 o'clock
Saturday afternoon in the justice's
The case is the outgrowth of a
factional fight at Gold II ill following
the discharge of a marsh all. The
raarahall declares Bemaa lied in his
testimony and brought the complaint.
The entire matter will be aired to
MANY SHADE TREES
nv n largo number of Htlreim til
The principle Aihor Day cxercNcs
of tho dny wore held (his afternoon
nt the KooHinrlt ncIhihI. TIuto iili'liili eh nclive lhrnii1iimt I In' day
plrudid program wan followed nml lending llii'lr nurlnlniu'e to llw tieH
ninny lives itluntcd. plnuling uioM'iiii'iit.
Tho Indies of tho Orcnter Med foul with MeiUonl trmlo is MciUurd nimto
A. F. & A. M. Attention.
Heeouil degree work tonight. Alt
Iuiimoiih uied to attend.
k. k. now:, V. M.
OIUNTS PASS, Ore., April 11.
Dr. J. K. Kcddy nnd Messrs. Nceland
and Martin, of Los Angeles, nre ex
pected bark trom Crescent City to
day, having Rono over the route of
the proposed Crescent City railroad.
Tho outlook is promising that tho
syndicate represented by Neeland
and Martin wilt tako over tho rail
road and construct It.
At the proposal of tho party that
they would accept tho city bond Issue
of $300,000 at par In the financing
and building of tho road Mayor
Smith called off tho sale that had
been under way to an eastern houso,
which proposed paying but 96 H
cents for tho bonds, and tho Issue
will bo taken over by tho California
people. Tho mayor received a win
trom Mr. Helm, one of tho men who
was hero last week, putting tho prop
osition in definite form Wednesday,
and also offering to finance the pay
ment of $10,000 due from tho ctly
on tho April payment to the Drape
dnnn Interests on tho right of way,
terminals, etc. For tho bond Issuo
the municipality Is to receive $!0).
000 In Income bonds on the road,
these bomU to bear C per cent lu
Tho California peoplo have also
asked that $100,000 of the preferred
stock of the railroad bo subscribed
here, cither In cash or In lands, pay
ment not to be raado till the road
reaches tho California line.
ARF PI MR) IN
f II IU I Ul 111 I L.U 111 $m$3m$$m$
otv nw nrmrtr..
un di bin.mox rrnr iTimi it pur p iti inn 11
Tho citizens of Medford today
quietly observed Arbor Day by plant
ing n number of shade tires in tho, t
vnrioiH park ways and lawns of the
city. While the planting va done
by individual:, so that it attracted ,
bill little attention, anyone intercilcd
PROBABLY REACH LOCAL
E IS A REAL
"Pnpe's DlnpcpNln" Settles Sour lTp
Mt StonmcliH in Ki Minutes.
Snvp 20 nn p.vorv
Suit, Coat or Dress
in tne nouse.
MRS. WEATHERRED IS
Mra. Edylh Tonior Weatberred,
representing the Oregon Manufact
urers' association will address the
citirens of Medford at the Hotel
Medford Saturday evening at 8
o'clock. She will speak upon the ad
vantages of buying Oregon made
goods and keeping tho money at
home. Mrs. Weatberred is an inter
esting speaker and nil should hear
CHILDREN'S HOUR AT THE
Tho children's story hour nt the
Carnegie library has been set for 10
o'clock Saturday morning. Mrs.
Charles Scheiffelin will tell Uncle
II em us stories. All children inter
ested nre invited to be present.
In all probability the Medford
liquor cases will como before the cir
cuit court Saturday morning at 10
o'clock, when a demurrer to the in
dictments will be argued. The cases
have been waiting on the completion
of civil suits.
The time for. the argument of the
demurrer has been set several times
but civil work has each time caused
a postponement. A. E. Henmes ond
II. Withington oppenr for the defend
ants and K. K. Kelly for the state.
The city council met in special
hession Thursday evening and passed
nn ordinance amending the ordinanco
granting a franchise to tho M. T.
Minney company by extending the
period of commencing work for 00
days more. No other business was
Do some foods you eat hit back
taste good, but work badly; termont
Into stubborn lumps and rausa a
sick, sour, gassy stomach? Now, Mr.
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leaving nothing to sour and upset
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No difference how badly your stom
ach Is disordered you will get happy
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ens and regulates your stomach so
you can eat yqur favorite foods with
Most remedies glvo you relief
sometimes they are slow, but not
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and puts your stomach In a healthy
condition so tho misery won't come
You feel different as soon as Dla
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stomach distress Just vanishes
your stomach gcu sweet, no gases,
no belching, no eructations of undi
gested food, your head clears and
you feel tino.
Go now, make the best investment
you ever made by getting a largo
fifty cent case of Pape's Dlapepsln
from any drug store. You rcaliie
In fivo minutes how needless It Is
to suffer from Indlscstlon, dyspep
sia or any stomach disorder.
HKMADLK HOME TJUltTMKXT.
Thousands of wives, mothers and
sisters are enthusiastic in their
praise of OltRINt?, becauso It has
cured their loved ones of tho "Drink
Habit" and thereby brought happi
ness to their homes. Can be given
secretly. OIMUXK costs only $lA)0
par box. Ask for frco booklet. Leon
Save 20o on every
Suit, Coat or Dress
in the house.
near p. o.
ANOTHER GREAT SALE OF WAISTS SATURDAY
200 new Lingerie "Waists slightly soiled,
values up to $2.00, on sale Saturday Oh-
if o'ti'li Vvv i
New Middy's, all sizes, $1.50 grade,
The halauceof ourheautiful voile Waists
on sale Saturday BELOW COST.
t(f'ltMJWi J v.i.''
2000 henutiful new tailored and lingerie
"Waists made hy tho very best manufactur
ers, all up to date in style, all sizes, on sale
FREE Save Your Sales Slips and Got Wm. Rogers Silvorwaro FREE
200 new. stylish
Parasols in white
and colors on sale
25 pieces of the lat
est stylo plaited
"Ruffling, on sale
Saturday tit a yard
28 UP TO 98
.Tust received, a
beautiful line of
vest ccs, chiuesettcs
and collars at popu
New patent leather
Belts in all colors,
at 10, lity and
HO all silk messaliue
SENSATIONAL SALE OF UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY
hose, a pair
Best wearing grade
made, special, yard
price, a yard
Beautiful new pat
terns, 25e grade,
special, a yard
THREAi) TALCUM BEST GOOD VAL LACE GLOVES
Clark's POWDER DARNING PEARL maSimr in'B?fH
n j 'P n mmrtr -. INSERTION lO-button
O. N. 1. 250 cans, COTTON BUTTONS 2()(. valm,H glovea
6 for a cnn a na lx d7" a yari n i)n'r
25c 10c 2c 5c 5c 48c
Only ONE More Day
OF OUR BIG SALE
Summer is here in full bloom and youve just ONE more day to buy
that new spring suit and hat and summer furnishings at reduced prices
No need to wait for Free Wool to get reduced prices on clothing. We removed the duty ,
on every suit, and then some, for this sale. New Spring Suits at One-Fifth Off.
One lot $3 and $3.50 Hats at $1.98. Odd Pants reduced 33 '3 per cent.
Any pair Pants in house reduced 25. Big Reductions in Golf Shirts-laundered cuffs,
Underwear, Sweater Coats, Hansen Work Gloves, Trunks, Traveling Bags, Suit Cases, etc
Come today; don't wait until the last minute. You know what a Toggery Sale means
"With Medford Trade is Medf nrd lWdA rOF nOTTRftF)