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RAILROAD 10 SEA
Mayor n. a. Smith nnd Dr. .!.
Neddy Imvo returned from a lrip (o
Wm iVniiriPpjl in (li'p Iftlore ot the
I'mMlIn inlrrfor rnilroml. lUilli nrc
nnlimiNtlo Over Hip ntitlnnk- it mi imiii.
flilciil llinl Oio railroad will soon ho
ennsl fueled. Mnynr Smith Im N-
nurd Hid follow jur:
ftAflcr upending n week with
Vrnnkliti llrlm in Snn Knuirtoo, I
nnj PAtjsfiod he, nml his nsfootntc
ivill rlndonbfcdly hmM n rnilroml from
licro to Orescent City nml rnmmoncc
work nt nn enrfy date. Some of
those interested will bo hero this
week. Tito construction nml rnil-
roml companies have Iccn ormizctl
nml the finnneinl nrrnnpments prac
"I went to Sun Frnneieco tt mnke
n personal investigation nnd 1 found
Jlr. Helm to ho a tnnn vrhoo hnincs
nnocinles extend beyond the United
Stntes to England nnd France. Mr.
Helm nnd his associates will not onlv
hnlld the. mitroml, but will be nblc to
take hold of nnd interest other in
nny industry thnt can he carried on
in this country. They hnvo already
become interested in copper mininc
and will soon haro in thw county the
world's best mining equipment to
make n thoro'ncli investigation. I
don't know thnt nny man ever came
to this county who ha the nbility to
interest capita) that Mr. Helm has.
Tho delay on hU part is due to the
iiuihbling of New York attorneys
over the city bonds bnt that can bo
QhIIiMo Over IIomR
"The building of tho road, I under
sinnd, U contemplated by others who
hnvo, recently nppenrcd on the scene
owing to the delny of the city dispos
ing of the IkwiVi. In yicw of the fact
that Mr. Helm and his associates haw
expended several thousand dollars in
organization nnd investigation nnd
have, interested capitalists from sev
eral states, it would bo calamitous as
well ns unjust to turn the matter
over to others whom wo have tried
to interest for years in building a
road to the Illinois valley. At one
tihio I wns one of those who believed
that n road to Sucker creek would be
of greater benefit than a road to the
coast, but information received from
sources thnt cannot be doubted shows
thnt tho developing of tho copper
mines on tho bead of Indian creek
presages iho 'development of n copper
camp that may equal Ilulle. This
ore must find nn outlet to n smelter
on ho const. If tho road is built to
the coast, Iho shortest outlet fox these
mines is to connect with it. If this
road is not built and they build their
own road, they will go down the
Klamath. Mr. Helm lias liccomo in
terested in the mines of thnt country.
Parish Brothers, of New York, hnvo
one mjno in which 1,000,000 tons of
ore nfo blocked out nnd ready for
mining. A few mines like this would
mean n market at our very doors for
more thnn wo can produce.
"It Iiuh been earnestly assorted by
t-omo people who seem to be afraid
the present plans would succeed, that
tho redwood would not be shipped
over such u road. I called on Mr.
Hotchkiss nnd he snid to me, 'If I
had n railroad, I would not thip u
hjijiiiler by pout.'
Taking these facts into considera
tion in connection with the reduced
freight rates that would ciisuo when
the harbor dovulopcd, I am satisfied
thnt a roml to the coast would bo
worth twice ns much to this commun
ity ns a jerkwater road running thir
ty miles from hero. When in Run
Francisco, I called on Mr. Spr- ulo,
president of tho Southern Pacific, and
asked him specifically, becauso of
certain rumors, if thu Southern Pn
cifi.o desired to build tho rond or had
authorized anyone to say thnt his
company so desired, nnd ho told me
that (ho company did not contemplate
building tho rond nnd could not un
dertake it because of tho iinmerging
of tho Southern Pnciiio under tho
court decrees, and had not authorized
anyone to say tho company would
"In conclusion, I want to say I
firmly bcliovo that the greatest mis-
taku under tho circumstances would
lio t let this project fnll into the
bunds of those iho would stop this
rond at tho Illinois alley and let us
remain bottled up without coast con
nection for nil Iho years to coino."
Nearly all of Mcdfonl 0 doctors nn
attending tho urconil annual mout
Intf of tho Southern Oregon Mcdtcnl
poclety at Ornntn Pass.
The mooting wns call is I to order nt
0::tO o'clock Tuesday morning,
welcome to tho city wns votml by
President It. It Ktoh of the imfnr-
clal club. A series of technical pa
pcrs, follow od by dtscusulons, occu
pied tho day: 9
"Analgesics In the First Staff of
Labor." it. W. Sttarns. of Medftmt:
"Ccrtntn Localised Forms of Chronic
Pericolitis." Noblo Wyllo Jones, of
Pertland: "Some Chnnpoa of Tech
nique in Muscle Operation," M." C.
Flmlley, of Grants Puss; "Surslcil
Itollot of Intestinal Stasis." A. K.
Hockey, of Pertland: "I'rsmt Status
or Inhalation Ancsthssln," F. D.
Strieker, Grants Pass: '-.-Kn H
Done Surgery and Location of For
eign Rodlcs." K. I). Plckffl. Of Mod
ford; "X-ltay Diagnosis of the Oan-tra-lntestlnal
Tract." Charts K.
Scars, of Pertland: "Diagnosis of
Visceral Lesions by Exclusion." O
O. Jarvls and A. W. lloslough, of
Following tho program tho visit
ors will to given an automobile rldo
around the city and valley, roturnlnt;
to tho Josephine hotel for n ban
quet at 6 o'clock. A popular lecture,
"A Sew View of Rural Life." by l)r.
Calvin S. White, of Portland, will be
followed by a smoker In the club
Tbo officers of the society arc Dr.
K. W. Stearns of Medford, president;
Dr. D. F. DoVore of Oakland. vlc
president, and Dr. J. J. Kmntens of
Medford, socretnry and treasurer.
IHE DOLL SHOP
I CENTRAL POINT POINTERS.
Oil A NTS PASS. Ore.. Vsv 13. I
U. Ilicli, detrudnnt on n bitfnmv
I'hnrvc fulled to rtpiiwir in eiwuit
court whmi hh cue wns culled .Mnn
dnj'. HlriiV Hllnni A. l". Iluyh
sfHtcd tlmt lis did im)( know M
client's whrwiihiuH. District Attov
noy Kelly moved tlmt the $lflD0 ensh
Imil dcmsited by Rich bt forfeited
nud tho court tok th iMtteu under
Kverctt lligne ut Kcrhy wn found
guilty by n jury on Hi chnnrc of giv
ing liquor to a minor. tntrndie!ion
in the evidence ivon before the gnnd
jury nnd in ctHirt by three voiith.
who nppcured mm witnes-er. t'hnrlc
HoguP, his bwther, llert Lewis ncd
Olcn Howard miiwrs, lend to mi m
vocticiilinn by Proswutor Kellv, wlvi
forrrtl lbiwanl to admit thnt Hi
story tld in court had been nmmi
ficlunl by the ilefendant to aid 10
his trial. Action wa at once
brought ugainst Kverett lloguc for
subomntiou of porjury nnd Cbarle-
Hogue for orjury in .lustiin? llol-
fleVirgc Gstes of Kerbv is on trial
Tuesday for nssaiilt with a deadly
wenpon, having carved Kd Spwice
with 11 knife oer the turkey trot as
danced at Holland.
AH i alHut 111 icudine- tor the
"Moll Simp". All Mrl ! tinpiiseM
thero will be and 11 er iiinipie pto
durtitHi, The nuiic is under the ill
lvrlimt uf Mr. I tow oil, no doubt nil
will iTineniher him, M the one inuk
Ing it a hih smices, In "PludAirw."
As Mrs. Saivcr snyn he' n "gem" nt
ll Iuumiim. Th oiietnmen for the
many dances are mirclv loxely and
nil appropriate for the many special
lies. All sorln of dollies will Iw in
IIh shop, nouiA trim tliiua, Pari,
Oermatiy. li-eland and other coun
tries. And p.per doll, plentv of
thelll. Theiv are oer IIHl nu n peo
ple in the caste. The lu'pkecpei',
Mr (niuill, Katy, ln d.ni-Jitcr.
JC-V 'NiiienUnn, , .11 n," "A V r
?SJXS eilBinnrh Ttoulilri., Trfllilns
1 . J . Uurin. TtwItrrrtUnpCnM
TnlMik. intlhrar. Alllniw'l
no'! ! U nlK M.K.11 Ik It l till rr.
Mitrxuerito Noullnr, nnd the work
man, Mlllnn Spliiihnnl will siiikIt
shoiv ccrybiidv wlint dolls can ibi
when wound up, nml Pulr.v dnlnty
l.cnli Wnllher iVtll ertnto the Am, by
brinuing the xhnp Hill of dot) to
life. Henr Toi".v. KM llevuHilge-,
will enjoy life Mini night ami tin
ipieeu and king n,lll lime u hand In
it, the n n Dorothy Wlek nud llet
cher I'lsu. F.ver.vrnnlj' rolittliiher ln
nlhts, WYdntmday mid Tlittivtmy al
.Votlc U lioretiy teoi ttit then,
nro ntndif oa Intuit to rUcW all
Kintal warrnnts up tn N'ne, l, ill.
OR It 18 ORAWM'OttD,
Sohool Dlttrtet No. u,
2 ' ' jtj'". jj
'I'n thu ptHiulo whii Imvii i-esorrud
iDiinig rur lh I. 0, (). F. ntaumlily
nuil nahTslUluni lie iiropared to rs
Mini thsm Momliijr night, May 10.
Rliaehll tmth arrivM nt Dili) p in
?Tri mretlnR tohtnlU of R.
CmiarrtnU' eaitiiot be aicsem
A. I, .Stt, Hec
To PoUc) llolllei, of PtmciiU .Mililuil
I'Iim luijuiani'n pmp:iny
U jroti r lutorMted In ivslstliiK
nayiHflni of laat nlmimant, you win
rtotl It to yhiir nitvuntane to conimu-
uloatu with us at onw. Dsrllux
lludgm, dnlil mil, Orenon. in
where 'so ab
Mll.l.rU AMI MIIKLI.V
Coinedy MiinIoiiI Act
Plmto I'lnya Vinw. nml vil,
IMTItli'K WKIIKI.V NO, III
'til 15 ItnoKHX lliVI.L
...v ..ji.i iz i v. i j' .or vawljL a
.vvwuinptvui - - WlltTvfc"S ' "H 1 J
The Food Drink for all AgcsOlhers nrc Imitation
KiitiAtniuto. a. S. OLMSTED. La Hay. N.Y.
J. F. Hay has returned from a
Kcnoral month's buslneiw trip to
northern California and is now with
his family horo.
.Mils Maybello Peart, of Phoenix,
was tho Bucst of her parcntn, Mr. and
Mrs. I). F. Paart, in this city Mon
day. Mayor V. A. Conlcy nnd Council
man p. J. Taylbr were buslns vis
itors In Mtdford the first of the
iltus 1211a Stone Is vlslUsg friends
In tho north.
Mrs. I-adon of. Medford recent l
visited at tbo resldoneo of Mr. and
Mrs. C. I). Hostel.
Mrs. C. );. Lanp. Mrs. Kmmn HeW,
Miss Sarah Ucbb. .Mrs. Stout, Mrs. C.
Webb, Mls M. Ilabne, Mr. and Mrs.
E. R. Gloason, It. C. Ranmc, Kd
Musty visited In Medford Monday.
A blink iiniiiiriii lira (hat I1.1-4 al
ready laid 1'iie reerd appnim-him;
onit i the prtierly of Mr. M. J
Woljrnmont J IS Weet Clark Mirel
ine jaiext vgK conirHiiued uy uu
biddy nienciiret' (ll inches in its
Hinaiict circiimtertMire aim a im-iirs
ocu in the large. The easr, which
in perfectly h1iiiicI, weighs a .hadr
ocr four ounce.
CtT R T S
.yP -JHL- .iR. B- .JKmmmgtf mm
1 Do You Want to Visit I
the Portland Rose Festival?
nit .Hv:;itui thu ad
Willi John lliinii) and I'lum
AllVKSI't ItK OS Till'
Tvo irl I
t-C-l?-fi--t-H-M f !
Wo Lcmt (ItherH Follow
"A KSTi:il.V I'l.OWI.'lt"
FbliiiC "A" Western with our favor
I ten Kerrigan, Itleliarilsou and
MIhh lluli In the leadlui; role ....
Fry Fish in
h. A. Itose hi recover I nit from ln
A. Hearn was In Jacksonville on
buslncsa last Friday.
A numtur of eighth grado puplla
to tho atato examination Thursday
Mrs. Clarence Tlcames of Medford
was the Riiest of tho Mlasos Towne
Friday, and Mrs. II. Von dor Hollen
and children of Eagle Point spent
Sunday with them.
Tho W. C. T. if. will mcot with
Mrs. II. Schurman Thursday after
ur. rorier or .Mmirrfru was a pro
fessional caller In town last weak.
Mrs. Llzxle StauuWf stilt obntlnura
to be fjulta sick.
A large nuatfar or pooplo from tho
Medford Baptist and Presbyterian
hurchos came bore Thursday etc
hing nnd save a musical concert un
dor tin auspices of the Christian
Undoavor of this place. The fine
concert Khen by tho visitors was
thoroughly cuJoed by tho lare au
dienco. W. J. Miller was reported slightly
hotter the first of ttie week.
You can fry fish in Cottolene,
and use the remaining fat for
frying potatoes or other food.
The odor of the fish will not be
imparted to the other fried food.
Cottolene is not alone economi
cal for the reason that it can be
used over and over, but also be
cause it is richer than butter or
lard.and one-third less is required.
It is twice as economical as but
ter; much more economical than
Cottolene makes rich, digesti
ble, tasty, healthful food. Does
not make food
free from indi
Colfolcae is never
cold in bulk al
ways in air-tight
tin pails, which pro
tect It from dirt-
dust and odors. It
h always uniform
IF SO, HERE'S A CHANCE TO GO
SIMPLY ASK YOUR FRIENDS TO PATRONIZE THE
JL JL JL X JL 1 jJr. JL JLv 1 j
AND SEE THE BEST PICTURES IN TOWN
THIS WILL BE A FAVOR TO THEM, TO US, AND TO YOU.
THAT'S ALL YOU HAVE TO DO
YOU DON'T HAVE to SELL a THING
This is tho jrrontost advertising offrr every made by a moving piedU'O
lifvuso in tho state outside of Portland. Others have been content with con
tests on a far lesser sealo.
DON'T PASS THIS UP!
IS f v
SOMEONE IS GOING
WHY NOT YOU?
THE N. It TAIRDANK COMPAtnf
yiiZt ituptixt c'liui'di.
The pastor. Hov. Itobort William
MacOullougfi, Fh. I)., will conduct
prayer meollng on Thursday ovonlng
und ou Sunday will preach morning
and ovQiilug, The morning subject
will bo "Tho Frontiers of i Now 13ra."
liyentug subject, "Tho Handwriting
on tho Wall." There will be special
music by tho choir, The public Is in
vited tp those services. I
fJ jSluT&Bolishes "
FINCST QUALITY LARGEST VARIETY
"CUT EDCE" tbe on luWihoerfrtHins P"t
P'wltl) fly conulc Oil. Jllclu (lid 1'oli.lif. U. tta'
mj cblljreo'e boct and lliwt, ililnti hIUjjuI ru
bln.Mc "filEIUU CLOSS."Jc.
'DANUlfcombliiaUou for ckmlnir and tiol'blilo;;
nil UluiJt of rawct ur tn ho, Vic. -STAirnizc, n-i .
"WICK H llll E- (is llqald form wltU ouifa af(L
lyclranmud biumdmjronuiliot-f, lucltWc.
"ALOO" CLEANS and UH11LNS canvat iliwj. la
round vtblto olcti p.ntktdln zinctlu ixx. ultu
riKiujje.lOc. Intiaudtomc.laresluialuuu bgxit,
Villi noiiget iie.
"UlfE" coinlilraUon for petitleaitn ho tko
prldel tl ImTlnji their (bcxa look A 1. ltvaton a colttt
aodluitratoiill blaclcalioM. FoUih vilitialiriutt
or cloth. SScenU. "BiBY ELITE"alr,J0cn'.
tli rlvo I a auniiii fur full ! iw kRf , I'lurcM itwl.
WHITTEMORE BROS. & CO..
20'20 Albany Straal, Cainbriddo, Maac.
7 At OUitt and Ijattnt Ma"j(lutirt p
Shit Mi'i in tte irotlJ.
To Her Daughter
A Real U vo Doll to Fondle ts Woman's
learns of that famous remedy, Mothcr'n
rncuii. it Is an ex
tern a I opiillcatiuu
fur t h c abdoiiiliml
inuKflc and bre.-mu.
It has a wunilorful lu
tlu nee. n 1 1 a y s all
fear, banlsliM a 1 1
jiain, Is a ffruU'ful on
cuurueeuicnt to tbe
( xixK-tant rri'ithor, and
iHTiults Iter to eo
thronsb the period iiapjiy In tolnd, (Ii;
llried l) Biitluiato nuiuan's crtuitrnt hai
p ni ns nature Intended she should.
Tbe fiction of .MoiIilt'h l'ricml tauken Iho
mu'u h- pliant uud rikjumIvo I" ex(NiiiIon,
1 Iiuh nil strain and tension unon tho nervos
and lixaiiicntM Is avoided, qnd. In pl.ife of n
u-riou oi iiiKcointori nnu consuiin-iit iircau
i ik a ceasou oi can renoso ana Joviui cm-
'Itiere Is no nauvca. no morolrizK ckticiw.
ao nervous ttvltclilcsr, nono of that consiunt
strain koown t m many women.
Tlifs Bplcndld rciiirdy fun I lind of any
ilruif.Ut nt $J.(X a bottle. Write to Urarf.
field Iteitnlator Co . ai2 T-niruir IIId.. At-
ior incir booK
HERE ARE THE PARTICULARS.
C'oiuiiiouo.iiiff Monday, lay VI, 191;, with evvry 10 cent admission ticket
we will tfivo a coupon jjood for 100 votes in this contest. Willi every f cent
admission ticket wo will give, a coupon good for 50 votes. On tlieHo coupons
the purcliaser of the ticket can write the niinte of the lady' favored. These
votes will he deposited in a ballot box and counted each IWourlny night and on
iltn liihf flnv nf tho I'linft'sf. which will bo SjiIiii'iImv. .Imio 7. IfTTir 'I'n I lie lnlv
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receiving the greatest number of votes we will give absolutely free, and without
One round-trip railroad tickot to Portland.
Pullman tickets each way.
One week's room rent at one of Portland's loading hdtblH. y
Ten dollars in cash.
Or we will redeem these at their cash vidua if tho winner is unablo to at
tend the festival.
THIS OFFER IS OPEN TO EVERY WOMAN IN JACKSON COUNTY.
Inn In. Ou.,
Jolun A. Pefl
2H fl. HAUTIiFlT
1,i',l ,11, . .11114 '1..IJ.M
Ambulance Service Deputy Coroner
The ballots will be counted Vwh Monday night and (ho standing of tho
contestants made known. The final count will be made by a board of judges
to bo ehostn later.
No contestant will bo permitted to solicit coupons from theater natrons in
uio loooy nor on me sine. want in ironc oi ine ineaier.
X No -person connected, with tho theater in any capacity will be permitted lo
take any part in the contest or to assist any contestant.
START YOUR CAMPAIGN AT ONCE
THE TIME IS SHORT
Starts Monday, May 12, 7;15 p. m. Closen Saturday Juno 7, 10 p. m.
Vov further particulars inquire at the ticket office of tho .
"It Is It The Theater Worth While'
.Mio-wi.vnm caiinivai at
NAItANAC lKI, ,N V.
A docblud bit.
1.1 1'K OU llltATII
'i uu sroii.ito iiti,i.(rs noi.ii
"ThatiliMiiMr " I'ull of fun
Al mtlirr -lii souk
l'lnuo Drum lltficts
Aflciiiiiuit nml IEi'nlti(t
ADMISSION ftc AND 10c
ItlK "'Ibaiilmncr" fintum
,i"i 'mir Um dollar on tbo ox
i tli'in of our plus.
Mohi iropl arw iloiis. Wu Invito
Mti to try us.
Wheupver our niwtlto MUKrtct.i
ii Kod il. on'll uiiiliu a uiUtako lf
)OII HUM IK ll)
MEDFORD BAKERY &
I'J S, (Vulral
Nmv Located nt tbo
('niter Iil.o OariiK'6
r,'. K. Ilarllott Strcot
Itcnfcoiiiiblo I'iIcih. U'ork GunrnnVccfl
Ilcut nf llcfcfcnrci
Caro Wnsliod nnd Tires Kxcbnngcd
Onrai;o IMiono 20-11. i
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SPEEDING UP THE
TliAt's what tho Cork Center ball U
1 5i )oi renliza bow fmt you travel
in a liflli of a aecond?
A iiood runner (rets to first In, about
four qecomlt. I In covera over four
lent In onclillh of a aecond.
Tlio Ceil: Centre f,nl ia 10 lo IS per
rent, livelier than tho old alylo rub.
her coro bnll, bin leanuera any.
Dope- It out for yourielf.
You will find thnt, iitlnn the Cork
Center hall, you will fret 'W'oftener
than when mlntf Iho old alyle rubber
i yiiur Uim f;i iloulit about ht Und
nf u tinUuim tu rwlaotT 1 hi wrlta to
Mmililmii's nnil itut a look uf umpUa
t it aliow tlia uxiet kkIj.
I a m cntitou uliuva ilcluro artil
litltivi of IiaIk, rnuka, uo . niltU and
ivmtlilnr lined In tho munn.
A. G. SI'ALDING & BROS.
ISO Geory Stroot, Son Fran'cUVo
jJeaWM in oynry towrt fn California rarrr
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