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MTODFORP M7CTTJ TRTtrpm MDPTORP. OR HOOK, VlflTUY. AVUh IS, intil.
Vorry Anhoraft of tho Studobntccr
Rnraeo lms returned from n buslnesa
trip to Portland.
Clnrcnco h. lleamcs left for Port
land on tho Shasta llmltod Friday
morning to mako preparation for
nsBUmtiiR tho United Statos district
Kor MhJ,, rino family driving or
riding horso, buggy and harnoss.
Thls'ts'h'fcood buy Al $200". It In
terested wrlto Lothrop l'crklns, 19
Mr. and hin. S. Worden of Klam
ath county nro visiting In KoRiie
Mrs. C. l'ollng, who has been nA
Portland on n visit, Is at homo ngnln.
Frank lienson of Central Point dis
trict was a recent business visitor In
1. W, Ilcrry Is over from Antloch
precinct, where ho Is farming J,
lllclinrdson's p:ace. Ito reports tho
ground )n that sectloa too wet to
work, more rain having fallen north
of ltoguo river during the early part
of tho season than south of It.
Orchard, hunting, llshlng and
Crater Lake scenes for ealo at (Jer
king & Harmon's studio. Negatives
mado any place, kodak finishing. 12S
East Main street. Phono 216 R.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Sllllwell Vilas of
11lg Sticky, who hnvo been spending
the winter In southern California1,
arc at homo again.
Mrs. L. E. Stono and Mrs, A. Wulf
of Forest Crock returned Thursday
from a visit with relatives living In
Siskiyou county, Cal.
If yon wnnt your lawn mower
sharpened or repaired phone 3G0-J,
T. B. Hlglnbotham of Illg Butt?
precinct Bpcnt Thursday In Medford
C. Carls and H. Fletcher were up
from Ashland tho foro part of tho
Kd Spence of Sucker creek, who
was seriously cut by George Bates of
Kcrby at a party In Joscphino coun
ty, over putting tho ban on the tur
key trot and bunny hug dances. Is
Corking & Harmon, studio por
traits, homo portraits, flash lights,
kodak finishing, post card work and
enlarging.; 129 East Main street;
telcphono 215 It.
John U. 'Hammer, tho votnrat.
prospector, who Is developing a nil no,
i tni... o.una .if.. !.. .... i.
Ill ltiwun t)iiu)a uiaillll, tu
Medford .the foro part of tho week:
Mr. and Mrs. Rock of Applegatc
precinct were In Mcdford during tho
week, en route to Ashlnnd.
E. O. Burgess Jr. has gono cast
and will bo away from Medtord for
Dest cotfeo In Mcdford, Manhatlnt.
K. R. "Wooley, who laid out Wool-
cyport, Cal. In the Crescent City
harbor, is at tho mouth of Illinois
river with his son and a mining en
glnccr from San Francisco, with tho
Intention of thoroughly examining
the copper prospects of that district.
Ho expects to havo 20 men at work
and considerable machinery thcra
A gospel mission will soon bo
opened at Eighth mid D'AnJou streets
and maintained by some of tho
churches of Mcdford. It will bo
conducted by 0. J. Carter, an evan
gelist and former missionary in
Something different, maternity,
surgical or any stylo corset or waist
mado to order; electrical bandages,
belts and brushes for rheumatism,
etc. 227 S. Holly. 20
Mr. and Mrs. I Wing wcro among
Hih residents of Central Point dis
trict who tarried In Mcdford during
Harry D. Mills or Butto Fulls,
manngor of tho Michigan tlmbor In
terests in Big Hutto district, trans
acted bUBluess in Mcdford tho foro
part of tho week.
William Uirlch, trustee in bank
ruptcy for Miss J. E. Puynter and
I), h. Kollor, will offer for salo Sat
urday morning, April 19, nt 9 o'clock
n. m., tho etitlro Keller Jewelry stqck
and also tho remainder of tho 1'nyn
tor millinery Btock. This will bo the
greatest bankrupt Jewelry stock over
offered in tho Rogue River valley.
Thp stock embraces clocks, watches,
silverware, hand painted china, rlnr.
brooches, ladles' and gents' chains,
cuff buttons, lockets, charms, toilet
sets, manicure sets, cut glass, smoker
sets, mandolins, guitars, pocket
knives, fountain pens, spoctaclea, etc.
All go nt one-fourth to one-hnlf Jow
olora' prices. Remember tho placo.
Tho old Cuthbprt stand, opposite
Medford Furniture & Hardware
block, corner Oth and "C" street. 23
Weeks & McGowan Co.
l)ay Phono 227
Night F. W. Weeks lnjW.U
Plumes A. B. Orr 07H-M
W. M. Upward and J, M, Ouches
of Griffin Creek district recently
transacted business In Mcdford,
J, 1). Melkle, state food commis
sioner, was In Mcdford and Jackson
Vlil5 oft official business, a few days
Best coffco In Mcdford, Manhattan
State Treasurer Kay has sent
statements of the sums duo from tho
different counties or tho stnto for
keeping supervising wardens nud
men In tho forests of tho state dur
ing tho tiro season of 1912. Tho
total cost of this service was H3.1S5
mid counties must pay one-third ot
it. Jackson county owes $2S2 and
Josephine county $197.
Mr. -arid 'Mrs. W. Tyler Smith hnvo
gone to Salem, which will be their
msuro nnu bo sure. Right If we
wrlto It, R. A. Holmes, Tho Insur
Mrs. Will Fields of Provolt Is vis
iting friends living In Mcdford.
.Mrs. v. Kins or AshUnd was
among her Mcdford friends Thurs
Joseph llrown, tho farmer, was nt
Jacksonville in bin one-horse shn
"William Uirlch, trustee In bank
ruptcy for Miss J. E. Payntor and
D. L. Kollor, will offer for salo Sat
urday morning, April 19, at 9 o'clock
a. m., tho entire Keller Jewelry stock
ami also the remainder of tho Payn
tor millinery stock. This will be tho
greatest bankrupt Jewelry stock ever
otrcred in the Roguo River valley
Tho stock embraces clocks, watches.
silverware, hand painted china, rings,
brooches, ladles' and gents' chains,
cuff buttons, lockets, charms, toilet
sets, manicure sets, cut glass, smoker
sets, mandolins, guitars, pocket
knives, fountain pens, spectacles, etc.
All go at one-fourth to one-half Jew
elera' prices. Remember tho place
Tho old Cuthbcrt stand, opposite
Mcdford Furniture & Hardware
block, dbruec Ctn and "C" street. 23
Mi1, and Mrs. J. C. Barnes drovo to
Jacksonville Thursday, accompanied
Mrs. A. E. Emery of Alameda
Cat., is a late arrival In Mcdford.
Kodak finishing, the best at Wes
ton's, opposite book storo. '
Toadies. ' why not havo beautiful
L-umpiction.' ii you win uso our
Peach Bloom face cream you will bo
surprised at your beauty. Prlco COc
Jar. HcllIwcII Mall Order Co.. 4609
67th St., S. E , Portland, Oregon. 23
Mr. and Mrs. Carnahnn of the
Bluo Ledge mlno and I... Caldwell ot
Joscphino county ha' been visiting
Best coffco in Mcdford, Manhattan
If. E. Garner of Yreka. Cal., is
among the many visitors In Medford
during tho week.
jir. anu airs. k. u. iianiey mo
tored to Medford Thursday nfter-
special Tauio d'Hoto dinner at
Holland hotel every evening 40c. 34
Misses Klibon and Dubon arrived
In Medford Thursday evening.
George G. Patrick Is a recent ar
rival In Medford from Chlco, Cal.
Vapor baths and scientific mas
sago for mon and women. Dr. R
J. Lockwood, chiropractor, 203 Gar
nou-uorey blUg. Phone 145. '
J. B. Gordon of Ashland has been
transacting business in Medford.
nr. nnu Mrs. E. It. Dernier or
Merrill, Klamath county, nro visiting
J. D. Pcarco and other residents
of Trail precinct spent Thursday
night In Mcdford.
E. D. Weston, commercial nhotog'
rapher, negatives made any time or
plnco by appointment. Phone M
1471. . .
J. K. Howurd, ropreHentatlyp in
tho legislature from Douglas county,
who has beon In Medford for some
time, left for Glendale, hla homo,
I. F. Swayuo or Big Applcgato
transacted business in Medford and
Money to loan on real estate. Sco
Carkln & Taylor, attorneys at lav.
samuel Rosenborg, ownor of the
Bear Creok orchard, loft for lib
homo at Seattle on Thursday eve
Ji. r. Meador, superintendent of
Suncrost orchard, wus u recent bus!
noss visitor In Mcdford.
J. A. Perry, president of tho Co
operative Fruit association, has Just
received a car of arsenate of load.
Get our prices before you buy. 23
T. W. Osgood, county surveyor,
mado a trip to Ashlnnd Thursday.
Mr. Bennett of tho WeBtern Union
Telegraph company's local office,
and his family wero in Jacksonville
Jtouert P. Noll, former mayor of
Ashland, was among tho many Pres
byterians who camo to Mcdford dur
lng tho week.
An Important meeting of tho Fish
Protective association will bo held
this evening (Friday) in tho base
ment of tho puhllo library at S
o'clock sharp. Thoso interested in
fish and fishing urged to attend.
W. F. ISAACS, I'res.
Latest in Spring Fashions
BY MARGARET MASON.
(Written for the United Press.)
The Spring Fashion Girl
Quito u out-up Is she,
For her skirts are all slashed
To tho height of her knee.
The question's nn open one
Therefore you see
As to what sho will wear
For her spring lingerie.
NEW YORK, April IS. There are
n great tunny things going n under
cover there days, but a great many
more coming off. Corset and petti
coats hnvo beon discarded with reck
less abandon and now combinations
nro dropping otr tho shoulders like
petals from tho last rose or summer.
To bo sure to attain Just tho
proper uncorseted figure It Is para
doxically necessary to have the most
carefully fitted corset. Milady Is
sveltu Indeed who can afford to shed
that nll-ombrnclng article altogether.
She will find It safer and snugger to
select one of tho now models, long
of hip, low of bust and stout of ma
terial and gird herself therein. The
very newest stays are all below the
belt with tho bust left unsupported.
For the really buxom beauty, how
ever, tho brassieres havo reached
such acme ot perfection that any
figure mny bo neat It not exactly
Petticoat CNuiilnit Baric.
Though once cast asldo, the petti-
coat Is now being welcomed back
llko n prodigal son, nnd many n
'ratted calt" Is being prepared ror
Its coming, 'lho 1913 model seems
born anew In n more ethereal form
or filmy lace and diaphanous chiffon.
As your skirt is slashed, so must
your petticoat ,bo nnd this offers
many possibilities for decoration.
Made of azure, pink or white crepe
do chine, trimmed In Inco or point
d'csprlt, they are truly Irreslstnble.
Van Dyku points ot German Vnl. set
In the bottom or a skirt, each point
sparkling with a tiny brilliant, give
Individuality to ono cffectlvo model.
Deep ruffles of pleated laco or net
caught with rosettes ot ribbon or
tiny chltfon rosebuds make another
cxqulslto finish. Silk mull Is an
other popular llngerlo material that
Is sharing honors with fine batiste
or tho new vollu llnon which Is ex
tremely sheer and launders beauti
fully. Combination Attractive.
Combinations In all these materials
C. B. Baker and his family, who
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. F.
L. Miles, left for tho north Thurs
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Jennings ot
Applegate spent Thursday in Jack
sonville. George Elfers Is among tho lata
arrivals in Mcdford.
T. G. Bradley, tho electrician, re
turned from the California-Oregon
Power company's plant on upper
Roguo river Thursday.
E. A. Hlldroth or Butto Falls was
n Mcdford visitor Friday. Just 23
years ago, be landed In tho Roguo
River valley and has over slnco been
ono of Its leading boostors. As dep
uty assessor ho has Just complotcd
the assessment rolls for Butto Falls
district for this year.
nro most attractive cut on prinresa
Hues, tho scants being Jollied with
lace Insertion or entro deux. Shown
lu the now tlrop.off.tlic-shoulilor of
forts thy draw mi with n ribbon
straight around under tho armpits
and over the btistt sometimes they
are given n more stable uppournueo
by a narrow flesh, color ribbon band
over each shoulder. They nro tho
neccMiiry outcome of tho transput
out bodices and sleeves on the uuw
est evening gowns. Shirring and
tiny tucks, tusots ot lave nud em
broidery, rosettunrosobuda and bows
riot In profusion. over tho upper part
ot tho combination 'nnd finish them
below. If yen ftVt handy with your
needle nnd Ingenious In designing let
your fancy rove nt will nnd your lin
gerie will bo fltfcfr Queen TIliuV
UuloM you no particularly fussy
about the fetish, "made by hand,''
yuu will find that tho most ehnruilug
combinations and pettleoats can be
purchased ready made at surpilslngly
low cost. As the chief wwentlnl ot
the new llngerlo Is Its iierfect tit, the
rendy-made garments have tho nil
vantage over the home-made prod
ucts, of having been shaped by UN
Nnicttlc In Nlghtlex.
Cut ktmutin stylo or empire, the
spring nighties grow lovelier nud
more charming as they grow thinner
nud thlnnor. lu more ways than one
they nro sheer works of art. Most
of the mare so sheer, lu fact, that a
little reil Jacket of crepe de chine or
French flannel Is a comfortable ad
junct these cool spring mornings tor
tho convalescent or the fortunate lan
guid lady who breakfasts luxuriously
, "an lit."
And then to rap the climax, ns
'twere, nro the coquutttsh hroukfast
caps that frame the fare lu a froth
of lace nnd nt tho suiue time rover
any shortcomings or rather comb
ings of your natural coiffure.
These dainty confections nro Indeed
nnd In fact a first aid to beauty In
distress. Whether a mob cup or
colored cropo de chine frilled in
plontcd lace and caught with it tiny
rosebud or two, -or Dutch snoods ot
Irish lace or coifs, of embroidery and
not, they nro nil recherche. So alio
up your typo of countenance and
cap It becomingly, Ar hone) moon
adjuncts these retching snoods nre
uucquulod. Breaktasts opposite ,
captivating cap are sure to be capital.
SLAP AI KAISER
WASHINGTON, April 1- Willi
tho declaration Hint "Alnerlrtut Htrls
are good enough for anybody," Mrs
John Stone, n prominent Minneapolis
delegate to tho congress ut the
lmtighlors of the Atnerlenn Revolu
tion, took n full arm swing today
at the German oreriiinilit's jMilley
or forbidding Its Ulplomatle repre
sentatives to marry women from this
Mrs. Stone prmentM u resolution
in the convention urging the estab
lishment or n bureau fur tho inH
tratlon or all American girls of limit
"This will shiny that manv of our
girts can trace their ancestry to nal
nnd noble fnuillles," she declared.
The resolution was tabled
By n rising vote tho convention
adopled u lesolullon HitinkliiK Pru
dent Wilson mid lho members of his
family for (heir religious observance
or Sunday and for cxrluitliig liquor
from white house lutictlolis.
CRISIS IN SILK
FIFTY-FIVE SEEK OFFICE
IN PORTLAND PRIMARIES
PORTLAND, Ore., April 18. With
the time expired today for filing jie
titions, the ciindidatcH for nomina
tions nt the muiM'ipal primaries May
3, number fifty-five. Of thec, mx
nre candidates for mayor, seven for
city attorney, thrco for eity nudi
tor, one for city treasurer nnd nix
for muncipnl jwlgv. Only two wo
men (iinlirioil to enter the eoiiiinigu
L. Victoria Hampton mid .Mm, M.
T. L. Midden, for rnunriliiioii nt
NEW YORK. April 18. Charging
bribing In offorts to secure the re
lease from MaUoweun Insane asylum
or Harry K. Thnw, slnyor or Stanford
White, nn Indictment Is returned
hero today against John Nicholson
Anhut, a Now York attorney
FHUST QUALITY LARCtST VARIETY
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po.lur.lr roBUUu OIL Hlul Sid I'eliaMtlailK'
ml cuUtlrcn'i tinou ml ihora. thlnfl Milium rub
Unf.Hc TOUCH CtOSS-iV.
AiwnvrnmLinitlon fur elriune sml txl thing
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'ii mi- nriSK mni WflllLftS unM hl. in
mnnd wM.M r.!rH rufkfrdln z'scllll UX.. wl'll
pocee.iec inUiUoi&,lirjkiumliuin boin,
-Hire cnmbtnUlon for rtnt!mn who ts
tiridol nlnTlns Ihrlr ittor Iook A I, llratorc rolor
orcirth.MCMiU, TUBY UrrE-tlM.IOcenU.
If .rdirilnnolk'pOl'"l w
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WHITTCMORE BROS. 4 CO.,
2020 Albany Slrtal, Ctmbildo. M
7ht Oil Hi ait lri't Minufatlintit
i,i.U WiM.i in ih 11'u'IJ.
"Ql'ICK H Hltriln Ilil4 form wllbtiir'r jquki.
ly rlrjat uwt nhHtaidirtr Mnt tliotfc lv. A v.
-itse" CUA3 nJ WmilM antil thc. In
Tho brand which Is used In nil ot tho groat applo growing districts
ot tho country Western Now York, Michigan, tho Rluo Rldga
Slopes, tho Ostarks and tho famous valleys of tho great Northwest
HEMINGWAY'S LEAD ARSENATE
Is ot tho highest standard or mr.nufncturo. Wo claim tho following
points of superierity:
PERFECT PHYSICAL CONDITION
I. o., fineness of grain and caso In thinning; down in water
I. o., full percentage ot Arsonld Oxldo (not lcs than 1C per cent)
and no moro than a traco of Soluble Arsenic-
WRITi: VOll HOOKMJT AND I'UICfCS
Stocks Carried by KERR, GIFFORD & CO.
HEMHTGWAY'S LONDON PURPLE CO., LTd".
04 Water Street, Now York, N. Y.
NUW YORK. April is. -UIlnR
the employes or the paper nnd oili
er lu the building only u moment
to seek safety, fire pfticiloslly de
stroyed the Rhllidlamler bulldliiR
hre. lu which nre located lleursfs
New York American nnd Uvenlnic
Journal, early today. The fire
raged for four hiiiirn before It a
controlled. It Is believed that nit
escaped from the building III safety
No esilmrtle ot the dwmsite has Iiihii
PATIlltStiN, N. .1., April 18 -The
lrll.o of lho I'liteMon will workerx is
iii'iinuif n eriaii. leiluv,
The nliiHoiit nut enriiKeil ill Hie em
iluvir for iiiimHlnr uiinrila heie
Inuii Newark, rtwl liimhlo Is flmrnl,
Two iiiinnU iimi imdei' arrent tmlny
mi a char, of MltoetliiK Antonio Vin
culo, n idrifcer. r1rtrin a ilUtnili
anee. Vhsflifct U riHirleil ilyinjf.
II is planned Uy (lie MtlhurM lo
semi WHM1 rhihlreii o New Yurk lo
he enrwl for liy s'iHllifMrR while
tlie lnif)o IhU. The trll,o hrnil
ers hImo demand an invi'Htliitliin liy
the iroveriiinent of the oaiisea which
prerlpitntwl the walkout.
llufrttlu plant the erect Inn nf
atatiiea or drover Cleveland and Mil
sssaw Clft! jm Jxt
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is far better than lard because it is a vegetable product, never makes
food greasy, never causes indigestion. It is the equal of butter at about
one-third the price. So why be extravagant?
Feed the "kiddies" their
fill of pastry if made from
Cotlolene it won't harm
Cottolene is both econom-.
lP-fll fin.fl hPfllthflll I nrftlrdbff'Md frying. I'lyln trCttUi.
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