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MEDFORD MAITJ TRE13TJN13, MflDTfORD. OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER ., Wa
12. L. Parrolt, Mrs. W. Curry, Mtss
ElliaboUi, Curry, C. 1. Curry and tho
Mmo Inaliol and Lulu Curry and W.
0. Curry of Hocoburg, MIm Itosa Par-
run oi Aionmoum una .miss iicicn
Casoy of Dallns comprise a rnrty
whlth plopped at Medford Wednes
day night, while en routn homo from
nn aulo trip to Crator Iako.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Jackson of Tort
land nro In Mcdford, visiting rela
tives and friends,
V. Cameron or WImor precinct and
(leor&j Loudos of Itogun Hirer, tar
ried In Mcdford Wednesday.
Homemade bread at Do Voo's.
Drs. a. H. and Loutso E. Hodges,
chiropractors and mcchana-theraplsts
aro now located orer Douol & Co.
Mr. CSuy Mooro, who has been tho
Ruest of her parent, Mr. and Mm. C.
I. IJuck, left for her homo In Linn
MIbb Carter Olson of Gaston, Wash
tngton county, who has been the guest
of -James Par and family, left tor
homo Wednesday evening.
Dr. K. P. Melnlche, a prominent
member of tho U. 8. forestry service
has been In Med ford and other sta
tions In Southern Oregon on official
Kodak finishing, best In town, at
P. Johnston, who arrlrcd from tho
capital or California this week states
that tho Sacramento river Is threo feet
high there, tho lowest mark In tho
history, and may bo still lower before
W. L. Usshcr's family, which was
detained In Mcdford by tho illness of
Mrs. Ussbera mother, aro now resi
dents of Ashland.
Crater Lake pictures ,a book it
12 pictures, hand colored, tho finest
erer made of the lake, for salo at
Corking & Harmon's studio. Call
and see them. 228 East Main street,
phone 330-J. tf
Prof. Van 8coy of tho Polytechnic
college at Ashland and his wlfo hare
been risltlng- relatives living in Eagle
Point and Antloch districts.
The Jackson County Abstract com
pany and Rogue Hirer Valley Ab
stract company, which hare been
merged, are occupying tho present
quarters of tho former, whoso name
will be retained. E. C. Hogsett and
W. C. Alloway will be in charge of
the consolidated business, while T.
W, Mlfes will probably begin tho prac
tice of law.
K. D. Weston, commercial photog
rapher, negatives aaa4e aay time or
place by appointment Phone M.
Dr. J. K. Header of Ashland, a
member of the board of pension exam
iners for Southern Oregon, attended
a meeting held In Medford Tuesday.
Prof. Smith and his family haro re
turned to Talent from a trip to the
cast will this week remove to Jack
ecbool. The Rogue Hirer Improremont
club's annual harvest festlral, which
will tako placo next Friday, will draw
a big crowd from different parts of
the valley. There will be fine, largo
exhibits of grain, vegetables and rain
orals, also a baseball gamo and a
baby show. At night a good roads
meeting will bo tho feature. The
event promises to bo much of a suc
cess. You will be surprised to find how
Httlo it costs to have the Southorn
Oregon Electric company do your
electric wiring .and repairing. Phono
Mr. and Mrs. R. Young and R. E.
Young of Iowa are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. II. E. Kreuter of Hoso or
Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Forren, returned
to their homo In Ashland Saturday,
after a few days visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Cub Nichols of Brownsboro.
Wynne Sco(t, ono of tho most up
to-dato portrait artists on tho Pa
clflc coast is taking chargo of tho
portrait department for the Gorkln
& Harmon Photo company, 228 East
Miss Addlo Van Don Bosch and
Miss Louise Studubakor of South
Rend, Ind., aro visiting tho Dealt fam
ilies at Central Tolnt. Miss Van
do rn Uosch Is the daughter of an
early pioneer of Southern Oregon and
Mini S(udebaker a grand daughter of
the founder of tho Studobakar cor
poration, of wagons au'd automobllo
,'W, H. McMillan, a. business man of
Klamath Falls, a few days since gar
gled his throat with a solution of
blue vltrol and swallowed some of it.
He has boon uneonclous ever sluco
and it is fearod that ho may dlo.
Weeks & McGowan Co.
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Day Pkoae 227
F. W, Weeks 19S-J.2
A." B. Orr 7S-M
George Carstons, night clerk nt tho
Mcdford, formerly with tho Holland
and tho Nash, leaves Thursday for
Soattlo, whero ho has accented a
similar situation. "I am comlnn
back in tho spring ho says, "for Med
ford is tho finest little city I ever
llvod In, and I have been all over tho
J. F. Wortman and wlfo havo re
turned from a six months visit to
Rochester, .Minn. Mtss Ueth Hnrnos,
n nloco of Mrs. Wortman's returned
with them to spend a year with. them.
While east Mr. Wortman underwent
a surgical operation and returns much
benefited in ticnlth.
llrooros Ask your dealer for tho
product of the Ashland factory.
George T. Raldwln of Klamath
Falts passed through Medfortl on
Wednesday evening, en routo to Port
land to attend a meeting of tho grand
lodgo of tho A. O. U. W.
W. G. Aldenhagen, general 'auditor
of tho California-Oregon Power com
pany, who has been spending a fort
night In Jackoon and Klamath coun
ties, has returned to San Frnnclsco
"Insurance your best asset." Havo
the best. Placo your Insurance with
Holmes, tho Insuranco Man, right it
ho wrltos It. tf
Jonathan Dourno, Jr., A. W. Prcs
cott, Miss C. II. Sporry, Miss I. M.
Arneson and Miss F. Ramsey, who
havo been spending several days at
Crater Lake and In Klnmath county,
stopped In Mcdford Wednesday night,
while on their return to Portland.
E. H. Lawrence of Klnmnth Falls Is
among the late arrivals In Medford.
II. R. Tronson of Eaglo Point, tho
apple king, came to Medford Wednos
Fred Alton Halght, teacher of
piano and harmony, National Con
servatory of Now York. Specialist
in tho correct principles of touch and
technique in all grades of study.
Careful attention glvon to young
children and beginners. Faults ac
quired through wrong ways of prac
ticing corrected. Fall term Septem
ber 2. Halght Music Studios, 116 S.
Laurel street, phono 176-R.
F. E. Martin has returned to his
ranch on Evans creek after a short
stay In Medford.
h. II. Lawrenco of Klamath Falls
and J. L. Hardy of Grants Pass ar
rived in Medford Wednesday.
J. 8. Parduo of Prospect and
George White of Derby transacted
business In Medford Wednesday.
Mrs. Arthur II. Allyn has opened
an office as public stenographer at
the .Medford Hotel. She la exper
ienced in court reporting. legal work,
banking, insurance, abstracting, real
estate and commercial lines. Satis
faction guaranteed. Prices reason
Miss Mabel Jones has been visiting
relatives Jiving In Big Butto district.
L. L. Lovo and his family, who lire
near Central Point motored to Med
George A. Gardner, county clerk,
was of thoso over from Jacksonville
Private music lessons from CO
cents upward to threo dollars per
lesson, according to subject and
teacher chosen. Medford Conserva
tory, College Bldg., 31 North Grope.
Henry Manklns of Poorman's creek
district transacted business In Med
E. E. Morrison of Griffin creok
made a trip to Mcdford Wednesday
Charles Fredenburg of Sams valley
Is in Medford this week visiting rela
tives. Call at Lotllo M. Howard's 103 N.
Central avenue to see the latest fall
George A. Mansflold, who has been
at IiIh ranch in upper Koguo river dis
trict, is in Medford again.
Harry Porter Is In chargo of tho
Talent lumber yard during the ab
sence of II. O. LIndsoy.
Mr. and Mrs. Stengel of Ashland
tarried In Medford Wednesday.
Hollen E. Smith and A. J. Stand
ley transacted business In Medford
K. H. Parsons and A. C. Randall,
well known horticulturists, havo re
turned from a business trip to Port
W. B. Ormsby, chief clerk of the
passenger department of the South
ern Pacific company at Portland, was
a recent visitor in the city.
Miss Marian Barnum of
Mrs. Thoo. Fish and her daughter
of Phoenix were Mcdford vlstlors tho
first of tho week. .
W. II. llarr, who hns been looking
after his mining Interests on Brlggn
creek, Josephine county, la in Medford
A. T. Brown, president of the Threo
Lodes Mining company, who accom
panied S. 1). Vincent of tho stnto'a
corporation department, to Josephine
county to Inspect their properly, hn
Tho Pacific Coast Board of Under
writers seem to think thnt tho flro
which burned a business block nt
Bonanza, Klnmnth county, lntuly, was
of tnccndlnry origin, and offer a re
ward of $300 for tho arrest of tho
Miss Catherine Menrs will resnmo
her teaching September 15th, .119
South Orange St., phono 922-J. 147
Two of tho crack marksmen of the
country, 11. E. Poston nnd Fred Dry,
den of tho Homlngton Arms company,
of Seattle, arrived In Medford Thurs
day for a combined business and
ploasuro trip. They camo dolor
mined to tako somo Koguo rlvor
steelheads as trophies of their prow
ess and will fish Industriously to
realize their ambition.
MRS. ROBERT GOELET'S
COSTUMES AT NEWPORT
CHICAGOAN SLATED AS
CHICAGO, Sept. !. Announeinjj
thnt n now nice of 8Uonm'ii i.- br
im developed in America mul that
n younjr l'liU'mouii wluwo identity
is leinj cloM-ly nunnled mny ho
chosen to represent the Messiah on
earth, the vniiRunnl of the nutiounl
convention of TlicoHopliists.brpin or
rivine; here today. The contention
will discuss plans for extending n
colony to Connin, Cnl., to develop
the new race.
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IN PASSENGER DIRIGIBLE
SHORT CUT ROAD
Tho county court Thursday mado
an order accepting tho report of tho
t'lotvnra of thn proposed triiurt cut
roads, running uorthonst from tho
Pacific & Eaatorn tracks to tho prc.
ont road, a distance of it Httlo over
a mlo, which will Havo over miles
tratol to rcMldoutH of that section.
The court ordered that tho road bo
constructed when tho petltlonurs pay
In half tho awards In damnges, which
amount to fiaoo and halt tho cost
of tho road, ostimntod nt $KO0. This
wilt probably net as a dnmpor upon
thu uuthusldsm of tho advocates.
X on can linvo a
(ul head of hulr?
TODAY'S BALL GAMES.
'National '" v
At Now York, first game:
Score II. II.
Itroiiklyu f. X
New York 2
Uattcrlcs: Walker, Hagou
McCarty; Manpiard, Crnudall
Orcy liiln It diver
fencwed lllo nnd a untiirnl
color. It cindlcatri dnndrutr.
rtoducfi i llilck licnltlty
Growth. It U not u dye.
Money tmrk II not ixlUtlfd.
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rtiu it; )f(iiiitu (, iwt m., ,
DEGINS Us fmtj-.linii school irnr
OICTSMtllll 10 1013.
DCORCE COUimt'.Ci l many plmsosof
amiicuLTunr CuaiNteniNO, Momi.
tcoNOion MiNiNa. rofiwrnv, Com
TWO-YCAII COUiSEtf l Aonmut.
TUMC, MOMr. i:00N0f1l0U, MrCMANIR
Anrn rorTnv coMMKaor. Phammaov
TcAcitcn'B counnca in nimnm!
I ti.iltilmt, ujjtlcnltuto, domestic' sctciu'o
MUfilC, lurluliit piano, string, bmid
liutiiu uu'h itnl toltc ciilluif.
A DEflUNKUL DOOKLCT ciillllul
"I'll' I NHIllMlllsr III' ItUHAI, 1,11'M"
mil it t'Aruoi.im Mill In iiiullcd 1 1 en
Addroki II, .M. Tkmnant, HcNtmr,
tiwTlsiuvvi CoiviitlU, Oiegiiii.
REAL LOBBY LAWYER
WASHINGTON, Sept. !. Testify
ing beforo tho lobby Investigating
committee, Colonel Martin M. Mul
hall declared today that Congressman
Stafford of Wisconsin, a member of
tho commlttco Itself, was repescuta
tlvo of tho National Association of
Manufacturers. "Ho's o better N A,
M. attorney than Llttlefleld ever
dared to be," said tho colonel.
PASADI'XA, Cal , Sept A.- After
months of preparation, nccompaulud
by mishaps and hard luck, of various
sorts, lloy Knaucnshue made a suc
cessful flight today n his hugo pas
senger derlglhlo. with which ho pro
poses to instltuto tho first rcgulnr
aerial passenger service In tho United
States from this city to nearby beach
and mountain resorts.
Knabcnshuo was accompanied by
two passengers and carried morn than
2000 pounds extra wolght, represent
ing what his dirigible could do ns
a passenger carrier. Ho roso about
800 foot, circled around tho city for
twenty minutes and returned to his
At I'iltsliur.'. Firt giinio--
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ltattoiies: Snlleu anil llllilclirniiil;
Koliiiixou m-il Simon
FOR THE HAIR
Unsiqhlly matted colorless -"scrajary
hair made -Huffy toft abundant and
radiant with life at once. Use Paritiia
Sac It coiikm In fAu botllct.
The fimt application removes dandruff,
(tops itching sculp, clcanic the luir, ia.tj
away the drynes.iaiid brittlcm-n. Incrcou:!
the beauty of thu hair, making it wavy
Lvcryoiii! ncctla 1'arUlan Sauc
Clinrloi SirniiR, DtiiukM.
WASHINGTON', Sept. 4. A bill al
lowing entrymen, falling to perfect
first entry, to make a second entry,
was introduced In the scnato this af
ternoon by Senator Miles Polndextcr
of Washington. A sale of rights or
fraud would debar entrymen from a
ON WALL STREET
NKW YOHK, Sept. !.- A eonlin
nod movement downward featured
the first transactions nt the oteti
inp; of the block mur,l(et today. The
pressure, however, 'was nut hovero
nnd tho locoes in most imtes were
confined to fractious.
Omiiidiiiii Paeificj ret'clcil n full
point nnd Union Pacific mul Reading
almost u xiiit. Soiitlicni Pacifie
opcneil fritctioniilly li'ghcr, but
fiuii'kly k'ivo trny to yesterday low
price of 80 .'1-8.
llonil-i wore stonily.
The ninrkrt liihtd lirnvt.
Seasonable Mowers and
Deeoratioiw or all kinds for
1005 East Main Strcot.
require caroful ttatchlng, especially in
(ho cusu of studious scholars. At tho
first Hlgu of ttoaknosM they should
havo their ') otiintltutd, nnd. If
nocossnry, glnsnes should tin worn.
Hut any kind of glasses will not do.
Ilrlug the chllil to mo and I ttlll guar
autoo to fit tho right Inures so tin to
I in pro vo tho tilnn and remove any
headaches that may result from eye
strain. Kit. ItlCKKIlT
Sullo I -'2 Otor llotiol'n .Modfuril, Oro.
Siork and Cupid
Many it New Home will Have a Utile
Sunbeam to brlflhten It.
'Pli-ru U iin drrnd III rrorp woinnii's
mind ns In Ilia itutlilo pnlii, dUlrrx mul
diuienr of rliild lilrlli.
nut. timtikit to n r
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rue of Ji)ful uiillel
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limlm lint iiiiim'IiM nf
the uliiiiiitrli nnd t-
ilainrn rJInnt so tlii Mtiwiitd entity mxl
nitliiinll) tltlit pnlu, mid with un t
Hint ixrnllnr naiyiort, nerriiiinei nnd
ilbr wyniplmim IImI tend " ttiLfii llw
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nf'rk lire mtiil n tminlin iliileri In ln
Id Hie nmiltijc if a UtlU miuUsiui In Ud
dm (Ik-Inurln mid lio'iien.
'J'limntiMili nf ttmiH'ti knnw from eMr!
nifi Mnilirr's frlfiid U oil" if iir umjt
nmtrlluiili'iix to hippy iiuillirlnid. HtJ
l-y nil ilnilKt nt JI.IK) it botil. l-vo-lAlly
ri'imiiriul4.l ns a prf rrnllto of eV
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linmr Itl.U., AlHiiin. On., for tbiir vol
tinMo bvuL In cilivlnnt niutlmru.
NOTICi: OF MKim.NO OK IlOAItO
Notice Is hereby given, thnt on tho
second Monday, of Septombcr, 191.1,
the (8th day) tho board of cqulllza
(lon will attend, at tho court houso,
In Jacksonville. Jackson county, Ore
gon, and publicly examlno tho as
sessment rolls, and correct nil errors
In valuation, descriptions or qualities
of lands, lots or other proporty as
sessed by such assessor; and It shall
bo the duty of persons Interested to
appear at tho time and placo ap
W. T. aitlRVE,
Assessor of Jackson County, Oregon.
Rated this ICth day of August,
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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IHAUU.1II IIUANIt l'ILlJ.l.a&
SOU) BY DRUGGISTS EYEJIVUKCRE
TOO IiATK TO CLASSIFY.
district Jia been vlsjtlng .friends liv
ing in Medford.
George Moulton of Coqullle spent
Wodnesday In Medrord. He Is very
favorably Impressed With the city
Fred Luy, Jr., of Antelope, who
has developed into a busy stockralser,
spent Wednesday night In Medford.
Frank I). Walte of Buthorlln, who
has beon In the valley several days,
on business connected with his real
estato Interests left for homo on
Mrs. G. B. Epperson of Jackson
ville and her daughters, Mrs. John
Turnbough and Miss Mabel Henry,
visited In Medford and Phoenix on
Robert and Herbert Strang, James
Vance and Poland Hubbard, rear
guard of tho Seventh company, re-
304 So. Central.
Wear tho Nu Done Guaranteed Cor
set, For Salo Uy
JOSKI'HI.Vn F. CUKK
iiltt West -III Street
W carry a vrry complete lln or
draprrlen. lace ciirtalna, future, etc..
and rto all cunn' nt uphulHterlnk'. A
atKclal man to look Sftbr thDi work
oxclualvely ami will i:)vo on ood
ervJ a Is poialble to Kt Jn pven
Weoka & McGowan Co.
E. D. Weston
Official Photographer of the
Medford Commercial Club
Interior and exterior view
Negatives made anv time
and any place by appoint
(lot Our VriW'H on What
Yon Will Want lor Hie Winter
TIER, CORD AND CAR LOTS
VALLEY FUEL CO.
Sinvessors io Roiclisicin.
Cor. Fir and Second St. West. Tol. 7G.
OAK, FIR, LAUREL AND SLADW00D IN TICR, CORD AND
CARLOAD LOTS iSftafaw. ...
Frank H. Ray
Yard at Sixth and Fir Sts. PHONE 750-R
208 E. Main
PACIFIC & EASTERN RAILWAY
TO BUTTE FALLS, SUNDAY, SEPT. 7,
I.i'iivn Miillonl h:(IO ii. in. Keiuli .Mcilfunl (It 1.1 ). m.
Medford Bnml Will Accompany tho Excursion.
FINE OUTING IN THE MOUNTAINS
Good Flslilno Excellent Hotel Accommodations
Brinrj your picnic lunches nnd onjoy a di'lluhtful ouiIiiq
ROUND TRIP $1 ROUND TRIP
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rail Millinery Opening
Wo JlHVO .
ovorytlilng to bo " i
had In rtIio lno
of boqiI school tions.
IlrliiKH your hoys
and flrlfl lioro'for tholr
next imlr. , U
First Complete Showinof Exclusive High-Grade
Hats and Exclusive Models in Dress Hats
Wq ask all Women who aro iiiteronted in sinai't fash ions and who j'b not? io
call and seo what Dame Faahjoii lias dqereed for Fall and Winter. Our Now
Hats, trimmed and untrinimnd, are a revelation in Style and Price. '
Our Store is fast filling avH.1i Charming New Minis. .If you wish to keep in y
touch wilh the latest styles you ljiust see pur showing of Trimmed Dress and
Barnard Millinery Paror
126 East Main Street
I turned homo Wednesday.