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SCRDFORU MATT, TRIBUNE, MFiDFORT). OTWCION. MONDAYS .TULY '7, WM.
Mrs. Ilolon Hanking hnB gono to
Newport to fipond tho summer. Miss
Frances Himklns will Join her Inter.
Mrs. L. J. Son, who has liccn vis
iting In Kugcno, Is In Med ford ngnln.
Dr. and Mrs. K. U. 1'lckcl havo ro
tnrncd from n short visit In Porttnnd
r. Hcnth and Misses Frances
Heath and Orllo Nntwlck, of Knglo
Point, wero among Medford friends
Dr. J. W. Rnnlnnon nnd his fam
ily, of Onklnnd, arrived In Jackson
vlllo Sunday evening on n visit to
their former home.
3,000 nccldont nnd llfo lnsuranco
for 10; JG2G0 for $17.50. See
Holmes, tho Insurance man.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 11. Crawford, of
Gold Hill, who havo been visiting
their son, Oris Crawford, and liU
family, left for homo Sunday eve
ning. Miss Allco Streets, who hns been
qulto 111 at her rcsldcnco on West
Eleventh street. Is much Improved.
James W. Chinnock, stato wntir
commissioner, Is In Medford on of
Orchard, bunting, nsblng and
Crater Lake scene for sale at Gr
klng 4b Harmon's studio. Negatlrea
made any place, kodak finishing. 138
Bast Main street. Phone 216 R.
Porter J. Neff left for Salem and
Portland Saturday evening on pro
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. P. Ilrown, of Gold
Hill, Bpcnt Saturday night In Med
ford. Dr. W. H. Hickman, of Bedford,
Ind is at his ranch In Central Point
district, which ho purchased of K.
Conger not long since.
Kodak finishing, best In town, at
K. K. Kubll, formerly of Jackson
ville, delivered tho oration at Pen
dleton July 4, which is said to have
been an excellent one.
Dr. J. F. Ilcddy bos returned from
a trip to San Francisco In the inter
est of tho Pacific Interior railroad,
E. W. Anderson, tho miner, 5s
down from BIuo Led go district. Ho
will remain a few days.
E. D. Weston, commercial photog
rapher, aegattrea made any time or
place by appointment Phone M.
K. W. Clarke, a prominent buM
ncss man of Grants Pass, has been
making Medford a brief visit.
Itay Magrudcr, who has been mak
ing a tour of tho Pacific coast, has
returned to Central Point. Ho was
In Medford Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J M. Hurley, who
havo a flno farm on tho Jacksonville
Willow Springs road, were In Med
Dr. Klrchgcssner will be at Hotel
Nash every Saturday from 10 a. m.
to 3 p. m. on and after May 24.
Earl Ilalston, of Rogue River dis
trict, was of tho many who wero in
J. W. Hobbs, of Eugene, former
deputy U. S. internal revenuo col
lector, was on Sunday evening's
train, returning from a visit with
relatives living at Lakcview.
Vapor batba and scientific mas
sage for men and women. Dr. R.
J. Lockwood, chiropractor, 203 Gar-
nett-Corey bldg. Phone 145.
Mrs. Alrlra Clay nnd her daugh
ter, who havo been in Medford re
cently, went to Ashland Saturday.
They will soon lcavo for tho letter's
homo In the cast.
Dr. and Mrs. George L. Helms
were over from thoir ranch, located
southeast of Medford.
Mrs. M. Townscnd, of Ashland, Is
visiting her brother, V. W. Klmo, of
Griffin creek, nnd his family.
For best quality homo grown
moats, go to Stall 12, Public Mar-
not, J. n. Tyrrell.
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. SchulU and
Mrs. F. H. Fnrrar, of Itay Gold,
made a trip to Medford Saturday
O. M. Ruch, tho Applegate mcr
chant, transacted business in Mel-
Hummer slab wood $2.00 a tier.
Vnlloy Fuel Co., Tol 7C.
Herman Klndlcr, of Douglas coun
ty, spent a fow days In Medford dur
ing tho week.
Col. R. C, Washburn nnd M. M.
Root were over from Table Rock
Tho finest studio in Southorn Ore
gon has boon opeiiod by Corking &
Harmon, ut 228 Euut Muln St., first
stairway cubt of Star thoatre. Our
work is olwuyB tho best. Views of
all kinds for Bale. Tho best of Ko
dak finishing. Negatives made any
tlmo or place. Phono 320-J.
M. M. Whitney wus dowu from
Luko Crook Saturday.
John F. Miller and Rlcs Chapman
woro over from Jacksonville Sntur
MIps DnUy Uodgo, of Ross lnne,
was of thoso who Mino to Medford
Miss Gladys Worth and Miss Jcsslo
StotBon, of Olondnlo, wero recent
visitors In Medford.
Judge J. R. Nell, of Jacksonville,
spent n few days at Ashland during
Prlvnto music lcsconB from CO
cents upward to Three dollnrs par
lesson, ncconllng to subject and
teacher chosen. Medford Conserva
tory; open all Btimmcr. Collego
Ralph Plttock and Herman Often
barcher, of Applegnte, transacted
business In Medford Saturday,
Spraguo Rtegl. of Gold Hilt, and
J. Ilruco Spcnco, of Wellen, wero of
tho horticulturists who wero In Med
Pictorial Review patterns now In
stock at Moo & Co. 10G
Mr. nnd Mrs. John D. Olwcll, cf
San Francisco, arrived In Medford
Saturday and arc guests of tho tat
ter's parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Ray.
W. E. Hamell. Mr. and Mrs. F.
J. Erwln, II. Vaughn and Mr. and
Mrs. II. Martin were of tho many over
from Eaglo Point lately.
Miss Mollle Ray, of Applegate, tins
been visiting Jn Medford and Jacksonville.
Roy Peterson, of Grants Pass, and
J. H. Gltlls, or Glcndnlo. wero of tho
many who tarried In Medford (Satur
R. B. Zimmerman and Wm. Scho-
bclc, of Griffin creek, transacted
business in Medford Saturday.
IT. D. Mills, of Butte Falls, ramo
to Medford Sunday, returning homo
Prof. V. A. Davis made n trip to
Medford Saturday, but did not stay
Mr. and Mrs. It. Warren, Mr. and
Mrs. E. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hill
and T. S. Hutchlns. of Hilt, Cal.,
tarried a few days in Medford.
Mrs. W. Von dcr Hellcn, of Eagle
Point, and her children are spending
tho heated term at Newport.
Fred Peterson, school supcrtntcn
dent of Klamath county, and MUs
Net Drew, a teacher In tho Klamath
Falls school, wero married at Salem
July 1st. Tho brldo formerly resid
ed In Roguo River valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cameron, of
Applegate, wero in Medford and
George Alford and John. Mast, cf
Phoenix district, transacted business
In Medford recently.
II. F. Mcadcr, G. A. Chase, Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Brown, W. W. Estcs,
J. A. McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. E. C
Gardner and other residents of Tal
cnt, were In Medford a few days ago.
Guy Harper, Flctchor Stout and
J. Blovlns, of Jacksonville mado n
trip to Medford Saturday.
Mrs. L. O. Van Wcgen, II. S. Em
ery, A. fc. Mitchell. Mrs. L. J. Hall
Mrs. E. E. Jacobs, Mrs. II. II. Hosier.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Million and Mrs.
Smith, of Ashland, havo been visit
Ing In Medford.
John Griovo was down from Pros
pect on county road business during
tho past week.
Dr. R. C. Kolscy, Mr. and Mrs. A.
E. Babor, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Olson,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bceman nnd
Thos. Kirk, of Gold Hill, wero recent
visitors In Medford.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Baldwin, of Ap-
plcgate, spent a few days with rola
lives living In Medford.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Randies, of
Gold Hill, who have been quests of
Medford relatives, returned home
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Askew, of Glen
dale, who havo been visiting la Med
ford, roturned home Sunday evening.
A. E. Reames has gono to Salem to
argue a case In tho supremo court,
and will bo away from Medford for
J. II. Messier loft for Portland
Sunday evening on a short business
Rev. D. D. Boyle, who has been at
tending tho stato convention of
Christian churches and tho World's
Christian Citizenship conference,
lectured at the Christian church
Sunday morning. His subject was
"Echoes of tho Convention," nnd
proved qulto Interesting.
George W. Wonucott, who has
been county Judge of Douglas coun
ty during tho past seven years, re
signed recently on account of poor
health. Dexter Rice, a well known
attorney of Roseburg, has been ap
pointed by Governor West to fill tho
Mr. Mlschko, of tho Monarch Seod
and Feed Co., has been called (o
Breckonrldge, Minn., by tho death of
Receipts for the week havo boen:
Cnttlo 1027; calves 7-t; hogs 3781;
sheep G372; horses 21.
Cnttlo market steady to lower this
week. Killers liuvo not been In tho
market for any largo supply of beet
nnd bidding was consequently very
slow. Prime grass steers In car lots
nro selling around S cents. Medium
grtulo steers -5c to COc lower.
Butcher cnttlo have been steady to
weaker. Prime cows ffi.no to $i5.".V,
cholco bulls at J5X.0 to 06.00. Calves
$6.00 to $9.00 nro price tops on
This week's hog mnrket hns been
a very strong affair. Prlcos reached
$9.10 Wednesday, but tho market
weakened 10c to lRe at the close, tho
top bctng 9c. Liquidation has been
Trado In tho sheep house slowed
up considerable this week, duo to tho
poor demand for mutton. Thu out
let Is not very broad nnd any sUo
receipts clogs It., Best ycarllnss
$4.30 to $4.70; old wethers $4.25 to
$450, nnd prime selling owe $3.75
to $4.25 woro extremely top bids.
Tho lamb mnrket Is about sternly,
with a shade better demand thnu fur
sheep. Choice stock selling $C.G0 to
EAGLE POINT EAGLETS
By A. C. nowlctt
Henry French and wife were In
town on Monday of lust week nnd
took out a small load of lumber to
uso on their place.
Mrs. E. O. Nichols and daughter
started for San Francisco last week.
Thomas McCabo was In town lait
week looking for n man to help him
In his orchard.
Drake Malch of Yankco creek,
wlfo nnd sister, wero doing business
with our merchants last week.
Frank Johnson and wife and his
brother, Rube, we're doing business
horo last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hurln, mother nnd
father of Mrs. John Grot of San Di
ego, California, came out nnd spont
a fow days with tho Orel family on
their fnm nenr Eagle Point.
Tho Inst tlmo I wroto for the Mall
Trlbuno I promised to try to toll of
somo of the events that transpired
at tho content In tho E. P. A. club
on Saturday night. Juno 28. There
was a nlca crowd present and thoy
had a flno tlmo. Tho different
stunts woro well performed by tho
contestants and everything passed
oft prcasatitly. Tho first was a high
Jump for men, won by Rob Ialouzc
being four feet and two Inchcc. Rev.
slmmons was second and Ralph
Owlngs third. Tho next was climb
ing tho ladder hand over hnnd 18
feet, nnd was won by Ralph Owlifgi;
tlmo 8 seconds. Tho next was tho
running high Jump won by Miss Car
ry Owlngs, height 3 ft. t In., with
Miss Clura Zimmerman second.
Then came tho 20-yard dash for men,
Rob Palouzu winning tho first, Pain
ter second, Ralph Owlngs third.
Then came tho contest between Miss
Owlngs and Miss Zimmerman, Miss
Owlngs winning. Then camo tho
work on tho parallel bars. Tho con
test was bo shurp between tho coni
testants that tho Judges gavi a tlo
between Rev. Simmons and Ralph
Owlngs, with Glen Haley second and
Rob Palouze third. Tho winners
woro Ralph Owlngs 17 points, Rob
PalotiTo 13 points, nnd ltov. Sim
mons It points. Tho ladles nro Mies
C. Owlngs, 1 5 points, C. Zimmerman
(1 points; Miss Owlngs mndo n per
fect score, 3 polntH In three cventH.
There was also a very Interesting
game of luiHket hall, During thu In
tervals Frank Nlcholn favored tho
nudlence with somo lustrumontal inn
hie and all hands went to their homes
fooling that they had been well re
paid for their trouble nnd oxpouxn of
attending tho contest of thu E. P.
Last Tuesday your Eaglo Point
correspondent started up Little llutto
crook to Intorvlow tho people In be
half of tho Interests of tho Mnll Trlb
uno and the first place I stopped
was at tho beautiful farm of tho
Lewis brothers, being n pa(t of tlio
old S. A. Carlton place, nnd after
paying mo for a yearn subscription
for tho Dally Mall Trlbuno. Mr. Fred
Lewis took mu out to show me his
flno garden nnd surroundings; nlno
gave mo some points on farming
that think nro very good, and one
was with regard to plowing, Instead
of keeping a band of horses and hav
ing them tramp nnd pack tho ground
until It Is so hard that neither light,
air nor heat can penetrate It. to hnvo
It torn up by steam plows nnd plowed
deep enough to get under thu hard
crust that hns boon formed by tho
constant packing of tho horses' foot.
Ho seems to bo a very practical man
and think that ho will mnko n suc
cess of farming on his place. But
I seo that my lutter Is already be
yond tho prescribed limit and will
closo for this time, but next time
will tell of my trip up nbovu tho In
tako on tho North fork nnd how I
spent tho Fourth on tho South fork,
and about tho celebration on thu
Fourth, that they had at the South
Butte school house, near Lost creek.
At Iho meeting of tho county
court Monday, Mesilrs Louver nnd
SniUh woro appointed n committee
to Itiko tip with eontnnt'tors and us
I'oi'Uilu tho cost of building an addi
tion to thu county pour farm to nerve
hk a hospital for tho county sick,
Tho matter of u bond election for
roiwls was postponed until Inter In
Ttlio matter of tlio proposed Fools
Creek school district enlargement
will bo tnkun up Wednesday. Not Ire
was served on tho county court of
Injunction proceedings brought
against tho establishment of a high
school In PUsnnt district, which
was petitioned for.
LAUTERBACH 0W STAND.
(Continued from page l.Y
prominent men In telephone eonvcr
Mitions with financiers nutl others.
Ummr Ills Friend
''David Lamar was inv friend,"
Luutcrlmch testified, "and I realized
that I had lost mvoutire law prue
tiee because of Id friomMilp for ma.
Hut I knew ho wiik lioncnt. He bad
done many honornlilo things for me.
He got lleiirv II. ItocerH to bo my
personal client. I did many big
lliiuj; for Rogers,' notably in pro
venting tho Guirsenheims from tak
ing the American Smelting nnd Ko
fining ooinpnry under their control
in their own way.
"I met Sir. I.edvnrd February 15
His ntory of our first meeting is sub
Liuileilincli denied that lie bud told
I.nlyiinl Hint Liimnr uns n black
mailer, and insisted that be told Led
,ynnl that bo (Lauteibaeb) did not
represent Speaker (Murk. Senator
tstoue or anyone else in authority. He
denied that bo snid the democrat'o
lenders did not want the slccl in
itiry to proceed, lie nnid be eaiue
to Washington to investigate the slo-l
inquiry, but did not see iiuv high of
ficials of the government or any of
the (leiuoerntiu lenders.
I.nutcrlmeh admitted that be bad
"exaggerated" the hituatiou to Led
yard. Senator Heed of Missouri, put the
witness through a fierce oMimiiintioti.
Lniitcrhnch became confused in bis
testimony mid frequently contra
dieted himself. lie admitted (bat be
bad lied when be told district Slcol",
of J. I. Morgan & Company, (bat bo
could slate "with nutborily that
President Tnft was opposed to the
iuiesliu'atiouii of the steel trust."
Under rigid ipicstiouiug Luutcrlmch
admitted that be bad been in constant
eommiinicati hi with Imxid Liimnr
and that thoy had frequently conferred.
GREED CAUSE OF
HIGH COST LIVING
PORTLAND, Ore., July 7.Hpenk
lug on "chinch eo-oporntlou and pub
lic, charities," Dr. Hugh II. McMCau
ley, of Philadelphia, lieforo a sec
tional conference of tho Wnrld'rt ('It
UctiHhlp conference declared that tho
high corit of living was duo to greed
on tho part of commercial Intercut
"Increasing cost of uochhUIcn of
lite Ih not duo to tho failure of tho
hind to produce plmity," ho said,
"but Ilea In tho Inhumanity and greed
of thoso commercial orgaulxntiniin
which attempt to dam Up the streams
through which thu pioductn of tho
laud would naturally go to thoto
who need them; tho men who by de
struction of foodstuffs and the com
mercial control of tho avenues of dis
tribution keep thousands lilted and
poor that they may reap u contempt
lo tho horeitvod family of our da
ceiiMed brother onr heartfelt iiynipi
thy and commend them lo Him who
dnelh nil things well,
llosolved, that it ropy of those res.
olutlonii ho up read upon tho mlnutei
of thin lodge, a copy mailed lu the
bereaved family and one to tho now
paper for publication.
W. 11. JAOKHON, i ,
L, A, JOItjiAN',
12. K. ItOltjIHON.
: ; , . , ) ...- -. . ,j
ItcNolutloiis of OiihIoIciico.
Whereas, It has pleased the Su
premo Kulcr of the Universe to re
move from our midst our beloved
brother, Dr. II. L Morrison, and,
Whereas. In tho death of Brother
Morrison his family has mutnlucd a
great and Irreparable loss mid Med
ford Lodge No. 4'JI, Fraternal Un
ion of America, a most highly hon
ored and respected member; there
fore bo It
Itesolted, by tho uiemberM of Med
ford Lodge No. 421, of thu Fraternal
Union of America, that wo intend
ECHOES FROM PHOENIX
i i ,
I'lmciiU Happenings Always Inter
ch( Our Itcadccti.
After tending of so ninny peopto In
our town whir havo been cured by
naturally urines; "Ih thin medicine
eipially successful III our neighbor
lug towns?" Tho generous state
ment of this Phoenix resident leaves
no room for doubt on thin point,
Mrs, J, Waterman, Phoenix, Ore
gon, says: "I havo no hesitation III
recommending Doan'n Kidney Pills
us I have hud ample proof of their
merit. Over-exertion or being on my
feet for any length of time, canned
my back to acho and sent sharp
pains through my loins, Frequent
headaches and spelts ofdUllncKS aim
bothered mu. 1 know that my kid
ne)M Hero at fault and hearing
Doiiu'm Kidney Pills highly recom
mended, I procured a supply. I be
gan using them any they rollcwd
tho difficulties, which had no long
For sale by nit dealers. Price fiO
rents, lonter-Mllliuru Co,, Buffalo,
New York, iialo agents for tho Unit
Heinemher thu name Poitn's
and take no other.
CHANGES TO MONTHLY
LINCOLN', Neb., Jnlv 7.-H wus
nnnniiueed here today that ''Tho
Commoner," William J. Bryan' t
paper, will be publixlied once u mouth
hereafter. The paper bus been np
If yon liuvt! li.'id (i'otil)lt! in having shoes I'iUcil,
You art! (lit.' purson wp want lo ki:u.
Wo mako a speciality or.salsHfyiiitf llio.su who
lire (HriroimiKftl every where else. j
H. C. Behling's SUdl
Weeks & McGowan Co.
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Nltfkt V. W. Wreka JWI-J-a
Vmv A, K. ()rr tt7H-M
Dert Daniels, of tho Yankees, Is
as quick os "that" on tho buses. Tho
only troublo with Ilert Is that ha Is
not able to hit often enough to get
Lupus Worst Form
of Skin Diseases
Here is a Home Treatment
that Overcomes even
J '' a
h. h. a.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOit L'AMC Oood orchurd uud work
team, heavy wagon, burtiess. Clurk
Jtculty Co, 1
WANTKD A good sioud build
crttum Mipuralor, Address )', O,
Jlox 081, oi- phono iUVJ'X. IS
A liny plmpln spreads to tho aldo of
tha fuco und often covers the cheek
and bridge of the noo. It Is very do
alructlve to the Klands of the skin. No
external treatments will overcome It,
as the cause of lupus Is from Impurities
In the blood supply. Tho only known
method of cure Is to tret the blood sup
ply under the control of 8. H. H., tha
famous blood specinc. Its action Is
quite remarkable and has direct Influ
ence upon the network of small blood
vmioli and Klands in the skin.
Prom the fact that 8. H. H. Is purely
a botanical preparation, It I accepted
by the weakest stomach and has Kreat
lonio innueucu in all the illKentlve, or
Kan. It Is certainly a wonderful blood
medicine, und 1 prepared direct from
native materluls Kulhered by the ex-
Rerts of the famous Hwtft laboratory,
ot one drop of minerals or drutrs l
uteri In lis preparation. Ask for H. H. 8.
and lnlt upon huvlriK It. And If you
lUelre klllfu advice and counsel upon
any matter concerning the blood and
(alii, write lo the Medical Department,
7t9 Hwlft HpeclflO Co, 111 Hwlft iU.
ralory, Atlanta, (la. Do not allow in
xeeloue rlerk In larrup the atiiiotphere
In elbqurnre tiver eometbliiH "Jiiet
good'' we H. H. H. Ilewaie of all ull.
iuu, o, e, ts, it wusi yvu uvJ.
HORSES HORSES HORSES
or Trade x
'20 head of horses and mams all right out of
hard work. Have finished contract and must he
disposed of. .$225, a well matched pair of chun
ky mares eight and nine years old, weight 2700,
with nico flowing manes and tails, they are good
fast walkers and true workers, kind anil gentle in
or out of stable. This price includes their heavy
butt chain breeches harness all for .$225 with two
weeks trial allowed.
$75, a chunky brown marc 8 years old, weight
31100, will work single or double, two weeks trial
$150, a pair chunky mares about nine years old,
weight 2400 and their brass mounted harness ami
collars with two weeks trial allowed. Would go
out and make any man a good living.
$210, a chunky team six and seven years old,
weight 2200, well matched in size and color ami
are well broke single or double or under the sad
dle. This price includes their harness and col
lam and 2. inch wagon, all in fine shape, will
sell separate and allow two weeks trial.
$00, a chunky black horse, age leu
weight M50, two weeks trial allowed.
$75, a handsome bay mare six years old, weight
1 150 and with nice flowing mane and tail, broke
double only, two weeks trial allowed.
$50, a chunky black mare, eight yearn old,
weight .1150, good worker, two weeks trial al
lowed or will trade.
$15, a good stock saddle and bridle. TP'r
$05, a good side spring mountain wagon.
$25, a sorrel 1 mare about ten years old, weight
1 100, two weeks trial allowed.
$ 10 or best cash offer, a Jersey cow. f
$'25, a heavy butt chain bueher harness autl
iMissouri iManmlt Jaek five years old and a
sure foal getter, will sell cheap or trado for
horses or auto.
WE HAVE TAKEN THIS STOCK IN EXCHANGE FOR LAND, MUST SELL AND WILL AL
LOW TRIAL ON ALL STOCK AND ALL STOCK MUST BE AS REPRESENTED. THIS CAN BE
West Side Stables
29 GRAPE STREET