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MEDFORD MAIL' TlirBll NliJ. MEDFORD. 01? MOON. "MONDAY
Bleeping porch roofs repaired nnd
contcd. W H. Smith, phono 917-M.
Qot your roofs repaired with com
position Root Coating. W. H. Smith,
Kor'Ulrlch ot Jacksonville miot-
orcd to Med ford Saturday afternoon,.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Aitkin Melted.
relatives living nt Ashlnnd Sunday
T. l, Clordlno ot tho U. S. gectlog-
Ical survey, arrived n Mcdford Sat
' Tbero Is n photogrnphor In your
town II. N. Mackey, Main nnd Ccn-
tml, Mcdford, Oro. .
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Hlglnbothnm ot
Knncn creek mndo n trip to Mcdford
Mrs. M. Kinsman, who Is now a
resident ot Ashland, 6pcnt Saturday
John Duller nnd his wife wero
over from tho llllhco orchard Satur
day. Allan Smith ot Orchard Il.vno nnd
J. "VW Bailey ot Talent wore. In Mcd
Itome-msdo bread at De Voo's.
Louis Knlps and Wilbur Klmo were
of of tho many who transacted busc
ncss In Medford Saturday.
' Lark Bdlycu, a well k,nown attor
ney xf Eugonc, passed through Med
ford Saturday, on nil return from
Kodak finishing, best In town, at
Alexis Hubbard and his family
droro to Medford Sunday afternoon.
Thomas II. Weed en ot Ashland
was In Medford Saturday and vent
to Central Point In -tho afternoon.
If. C. Colo ot Eagto Point and
Thomas Merlman ot Central Point
anado a trip to Medford Saturday.
Crater Lake pictures .a book if
13 pictures, hand colored, the finest
ever made -of the lake, tor sale at
QerklBE & Harmon's studio. Cat)
and see them. 228 East Main street,
phone 320-J. tf
Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Johnson and
J. W. Dana ot Klamath Falls are re
cent arrivals In Medford.
Charles A. Pruettlng ot Eagle
Point district returnod Saturday from
a trip to California.
K. D. Weston, commercial photog
rapher, negative made any time 01
place by appointment Phone M
Harry Lee, who is .stopping nt
Grants Pass for a while, spent Sun
day In Medford.
James II. Drlscoll ot Klamath
county arrived in 'Medford Saturday
evening, but did not stay long.
You will be surprised to find how
little -It costs to have the Southern
Oregon Electric company do your
electric wiring and repairing. Phone
Mrs. C. Simmons of Petaluma,
Cal., has been visiting her brother,
W.'ll. Erskfno, who is critically ill at
his home In Medford.
Fred Luy, who Is engaged In stock
raising In Antelope district, tran
sacted business in Medford Saturday.
Wynne Scott, ono of tho most up-to-dato
portrait artists on the Pa
cific coast is taking charge ot the
portrait department for the Gcrkin
ft Harmon Photo company, 228 East
W. T. Coburn of Glendale mado a
trip to Medford cSaturday on mining
Mrs. T. C. Norrls spent a few hours
at Phoonlx Saturday aftornoon.
Major Bowlby, of tho state engi
neering department, left for Salem
Saturday evening, but will return
"Insurance your best asset " Horn
tho best. Place your Insurance with
Holmes, tho'Insuranco Man, right if
he writes It. ' ' tf
Mr. and Mrs. L. Fisher of Sams
Valley tarried a few hours in Med
Mr and Mrs. P. S. Steenstrup
were ot tho many who spent Sunday
In fishing on Roguo river.
Prlvato music lessons from CO
cents upward to three dollars per
lesson, according to subject and
teacher chosen. Medford Conserva
ory, College Bldg., 31 North Grape.
I)r, nnd Mrs. F. G. Carlow wero
gnosis ot relatives living nt Cold Hill
Saturday night nnd Sunday.
Ed Blhns, a well known meat cut
ter, is' assisting John Dunnlugton at
tho now market on Main fctrctt.
Milk and cream nt DeVoe's. "
MIuscb Margaret and Ircno Smith
wero guests of'MlBB Vivian Grcor of
Ashland Friday nnd Saturday.
Mr. Elliott, lately of tho Panta
torlum, and his wife, who been resi
dents oj Mcdjord foj; gome tlmo, went
Weeks. fi'McGowan Co
Day flume "l
V IV. Week
B. Orr 078-M
Arthur Smith, tho druggist, who la
loratcd nt Ashland, was n Sunday,
Msllor In Medford.
W. E. Hnnnucl ot Eaglo Point nnd
U. il. Brndsunw ot llrownshoro tar
ried In Medford Saturday.
Samuel Rosenberg, proprietor ot
thn Hear Creek Orchard Is a business
visitor In Medford.
Mrs. H. Marx ot Eugcno has been
making Medford a short visit.
II. J. Palmer will rocelvo piano tun'
Ing orders for C M. Richards, phono
Dr. 11. P. llargrnve mado n trip to
Phoonlx Sunday aftornoon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S. Cox ot San
Diego stoppod a day In Medford dur
ing the week, while on nn automobile
tour ot tho Pacific coast.
W. A. Messner loft for Portland
Sunday evening, on real estalo busi
ness. W. L. Orr of Eugene, returned
from tho south Sunday and Is visiting
Misses Rose Whipple nnd May
Davison havo been at Roscburg, at
tending tho Douglas county fair.
John R. Wilson of Griffin crock
left for Glendale, his former homo,
Saturday evening, on a visit.
R. IT. Weber and 0. K. Torter,
prominent horticulturists ot Tho
Dalles, havo been spending a few
days in tho valley.
i. X. Hurlbert, formorly of Gold
Hill, who hns been attending to busi
ness in tho Jackson county circuit,
loft for Auburn, Cnl., Sunday, near
which city he owns a flno farm.
William Martin ot Ragle and IT.
C. Messenger ot Agate wero of tho
many In Medford Saturday.
Miss Normllo visited In Jackson
ville, her former home, Saturday af
ternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II. Hall were over
from Applegate Saturday.
Col. J. F. Mundy Is making Port
land a business visit, leaving Medford
Tho Misses Lowry ot Ashland, who
havo been guests ot William Schcblo
and his family, returned homo Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. J. Stlllwell- Vllns
motored from their rnnch to Med
ford Saturday to see their sons off
W. L. Freres, the real estato opera
tor, loft for Portland Saturday even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Plalsted and
Mrs. M. Anthony arrived from Dol
Norto county, Cal., during tho week.
Dr. and Mrs. Bcckman, who have
been spending sovcral days In Med
ford. left for their homo at Roches
ter, Minn., Sunday. Mrs. 'Bcckman
la a sister ot Mayo brothers, the fam
Lynn and Fred Cronemlllcr, Jr., ot
Lakeview passed through Medford
Sunday evening, en routo to Corvnl
Us to attend tho O. A. C.
W. A. Dclzell, a prominent demo
crat, has beon appointed postmaster
ot Klamath Falls, vice Clyde Bran
denburg, removed for ineompctoncy.
James W. Casey, one of tho leading
figures of railroad row In Portland,
was In the valley recently In tho In
terest ot tho Illinois Central railroad.
Ben Sheldon, who has been spend
ing tho past five months east of the
Rocky mountains, arrived In Medford
from Minneapolis Saturday.
James and Henry Bates returned
Sunday evening from an outing at
the Klamath hot springs, located on
tho Ager-Klamath Falls road.
W. J. Moore, city attorney of Ash
land, spent a tow hours in Medford
J, D. Craig went to Roguo River
Sunday, near which place ho Is de
veloping a prospect.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Brltt of Grants
Pass wero guests ot Paul Demmer and
his family of West Medford Sunday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W. Ferguson of
Grants Pass were recent visitors In
Mrs. Gertrude Norton of Jackson
ville went north on Sunday ovenlng's
tram. Sho was accompanied as far
as Medford by Mrs. M. Kelly, Misses
Flora Thompson and Flotta, Ulrlch. ,
Mrs, Mario II. Vance nnd C. IT.
Anderson, her brother-in-law, ar
rived from Piedmont, Cal., Saturday
and went to tho Sturgls mines In Far
est creek district, which belongs to
tho Vanco estate,
C. L. Clovengor of Grants Pass and
Carl George or Portland were recent
business visitors in Medford.
Thomas Fitch, Jr., of Oakland,
Cal., who w'as formerly located in
Medford, has been making Klamath
county a visit.
P. D. Blacktlcn of Antclopo mado a
trip to Medford Saturday.
It. L. Dodge wll Install the Holt
caterpillar tractor and onsllago cut
ter that arrived last -weok nt his
RIvordalo ranch. Tho former can
pull six 11-lnch plows and will cover
nearly twolve acres por day.
Dr. J. F. Reddrfend W. W. Har
mon, who aro connected with tho
building of tho Grants Pass-Crescont
City railroad spent Sunday In Med
ford. Mrs. W. A. Stewart and Miss Dora
Smock nro being visited by Peter Hoi-
ovan of Portland, a relative who has
been participating In tho shooting
tournament at the state fair held at
Sacramento, Cal., last weok,
For sale, a Singer sowing machine,
almost new and In perfect condition,
nt a bargain Apply nt 717 North
Rlversldo nvo., Medford. 100
The Medford Housowrecklng com
pany Is loading tho big pump, weigh
ing 70,000 pounds, which lltillla &
Sons Intend Installing nt tho Sterling
mine and will putt It to tho stto nt
operations with two twenty-Ion en
gines. Mrs. Lewis nnd her son of Sump
tor, Baker county, havo returnod
homo after a Islt with Mrs. Wntklns
George nnd Ned Vllns left for Cor
vallls Saturday evening to resume
their studies nt the Oregon Agricul
Mr. nnd Mrs. 1 M. Stewart were
In Medford Saturday, en route to
their home nt Englo Point from at
tending tho G. A. R., reunion nt Tal
ent. E. D. Watson, former supremo
Judge, and his wlfo arrived from
Portland Sunday, on their way to
Jacksonville. Judge Watson nlwnys
spends his vacation In this section.
F. U. Shnpletgh accompanied his
parents, who has been spending sev
eral months In Medford, as far ns
Portland on their return to St. Louis.
J. C. Burch, who Is connected with
the Beaver Cement company, which
wilt soon establish a plant near Gold
Hill, visited in Medford Sunday.
C. L. Shearer, pathologist, who
specializes on berry diseases, and W.
A. Orton. potato epcrt, aro In the val
ley, as representatives of tho depart
ment ot Agrlculturo nt Washington,
D. C, to study conditions nnd dis
eases of potatoes and berries.
Misses Mary Penlnger, Graco Mit
chell and Carmen Hlttson, Paul Mc
Donald and Everett Corey wore of
thoso who left Medford for Corvnllls
Sunday evening to nttend the Oregon
Tho Ladles Aid of tho Christian
Christian church will hold their regu
lar monthly meeting with Mrs. S. S.
Smith on West Main street Wednes
day afternoon. All Indies aro in
vited to be present. Refreshments
will bo served by the commlttco in
SUED FOR DIVORCE
CHICAGO, Sept. SCharging
that die has been unduly intimate
with her Spanish dancing partner
nnd with others whose names he
docs not know, Frederick Von Front
alis, n millionaire broker here, sued
today for divorce from his wife.
"Snharot," the dancer.
Ton Frnnt.ius married "Sahciet"
June 23 nfter following her thtouuh
several countries for two year. He
rays sho promised to quit the singe
when she returned from nil European
tour-sho was on nt the time of the
wedding, bnt now she refused.
"Snhnrct's" real nnmo is Clnrtss:
Saharct Hose. She arrived in this
country from Europe two weeks ,ign,
accompanied by Jose Forido, .i Span
ish dnncer, who nppenrcd on Hi"
ttngc with her, hut did tint vi-i; tho
home her husband hhd prepared for
her, putting up nt a hotel ius'end.
All efforts nt reconciliation tailed.
Deputy sheriffs wntchrd for hours
nt "Saharct's" hotel nnd nt tho u
tionce to the I'alnco theater, v. here
she was hilled to appear, to servo
her with notico of iter htinhaud'x
suit, only to lenrn finally that Mic
had taken n Irnin for Snn Fram-Nco,
wjicuco fdic would nail to Austi.ili.i
to fulfill a scries of engagements'.
YOUTH WALKING ACROSS
TINENT IN MEOFi
Fred Callahan of Now York, who
Is walking across tho country ar
rived in Medford yesterday morning,
and received a letter from Acting
Mayor Summcrvlllo signifying that
ho had arrived hero. Callahan left
Now York March 1, and has stepped
off 4300 miles fllnco ho started. IIo
expects to got hack to New York by
December 17. Along tho way ho la
collecting data for tho uso of tour
Istfl ns to hotel accommodations, etc.
IIo will dopart from In front ot tho
Nash Hotel tomorrow morning at
7 o'clock for Grants Pass.
TOO Ii.TI TO CMSSIFV.
WANTED -To borrow 750 on first
mortgage security. Will pay 8 por
cent Interest. Address caro of
Mall Tribune. 1B9
FOU SALE---Now, lC-gaugo, Win
chester ropeatlng shot gun. Phono
UC-L, 521 W. Hamilton, 108
WANTED Small acreago near Tal
ent. Address 320 North Holly.
YOn SALE Oil THAUE -For wood,
a second bam. ag)u fand harnoss.
Inqulro 1," Wr.r lOtli. Phono
Charged, with oontiibuluig to the
delinnueucy of two ,ouug git'K in
whii'li their disappearance "it the o
of a grand jury session, when they
wore to testify ugahiht ,1. 11. Titus
mul l)o Hogg, Medfoid men, nl
lejrcd lo liuve dceoed them lo Ash
land n month ago, is inxolved, A. 0.
Fuller, proprietor f n llrnuU Pom
garage, vns arrested Saturday. Ful
ler formerly run u gurrnte in I his
city. The two girls nro Myillo Uans
com, aged lo, stepdaughter of Mike
Spanni, unde death muiteitec for
murder, nnd Rent nee Kuuuiuttgh,
aged 1 1. Fuller is held in the count v
i mil mul i ill )rt mt'iiii n n.ili ttttitu
JI Mill li til' UIMI) II IVIIIII(II1
hcnrll,B U nfcrnoo1.
The two girU in the eitso disap
peared last Thursday, mid it is ill
leged t tint Hitler took litem tor an
automobile ride, nnd thev Tailed to
return. According to their itiucnts
they had no money whan they let I
The pro-ecutinir attorney has trailed
them as far ns Cottugo Qruc, where
they nro known to hnve had !I0 for
Whom they got this money
is whnt the niillionhrs would like lo
know, allowing that there aic
ground for belief that grand jur
witnesses have boon tampered with
The girls will he brought hack when
Titus and Hoggs, held to the grnnd
jury, nre alleged to hao taken the
girls to Ashlnnd nnd were nhoiit ti
quarter them in u rooming houe
when arrested hy the chief of police
of tint city. One of the girls was
garbed in n dress belonging to the
wife of one of the men, to gie nu
npponrnuee of nge.
The ease is alleged" to have mniiv
interesting sidelights which will he
brought out nt the hearing.
Prosecuting Attorney Kelly has
taken an appeal from the decision ot
Circuit Judge. Calkins In tho Medford
liquor cases. In wMch tho rullngwns
mado that tho proprietors ot saloons
could not bo hold respouslblo tor tho
acts ot their employes In soiling li
quor to miners. Tills easo was one
of tho sldo Issues of tho charges
against Councilman Millar last win
ter, nnd concerns practically every
saloon In tho city.
"Tho appeal was taken," said
Prosecutor Kelly "In accordance with
the stipulation mndo by nttorneya ot
prosecutions and detenso boforo
Judge Calkins, In which It wna agreed
to carry tho matter to tho supremo
court for a ruling on tho subject."
PUROIN 15 LATEST
CHOICE FOR MAYOR
Judge Mahlon I'tirdln fs tho latest
favorite of fortune said to bo'soloctcd
by tho city council for mayor. Whllo
no announcement has been mndo, it
Is street rumor that Judgo Purdln Is
nccoplaldo to all factions iu and out
of tho council.
Judgo Purdln has been a rcsldont
of Medford for many years nnfl promi
nent in tho life of tho community.
IIo ban rcrvod a term Iu tlio legisla
ting and hold city offlco. Ills ap
pointment could not bo criticised,
though friends doubt his acceptance.
VALLEY CHESS PLAYERS TO
BEGIN TOURNEY THIS WEEK
Chess plnyon. of tho vnlley will
meet nt the OnU pool hull Tliurtdiiv
evening at 7:110 o'clock lo begin the
first game of a K'rieK for lite chum
pioiifchip of soiitliern Oregon. All
cho8 )layerrt tire invited to nttend.
Star Theatre Has
For tonight the Star has secured
ouo of tho best productions.
"Undo Tom's Cabin," a graphic
story of slnvory days; Harriet lleejch-
er Htowu's cluoslu presented In stft
peudoiiH and realistic manner. A
feature film that ovory ono will want
to witness, complete In throe parts.
Drowning and Manning, clovor
vaudovlllo, n refined singing and
talking comedy act, Introducing tho
Dnlmont Stung, comedy.
College Chums, furco coined)'.
Woolworth c Woolworth, music
and sound effects,
Always 10 cents.
(1 round was broken this inovniog
for tlu coiner stone for the Klki'
cluh building on North Central nu
nuo lielwiteii Fifth' nnd SjKlh sheets.
The inoe whk nnl nulhorincd by the
building committee, some F.ll;, eager
for the first honor, Inning dug th
hdlc. When the cornerstone lavlnj
ceiTinonic ivo hold the name of the
"ItIH will cOtno iiu
The proposed liuihliiitr will cost
.fflfi.OOO, he S.Vfeel stpture, two sor
ics high with hnsciucut, and have n
fifteen-foot terrace park about It.
There will he two floors. 'Clio
lower will he devoted exehiiely for
cluh and Kocial purposes, hillhitd
tables mid nuuiMmiciits. The upper
floors will he dexoted entirely lo so
cial and lodge purpose, with it tine
ballroom, .Mote floor space wf be
devoted for social purposes than in
any oilier Kiln lniildi itigOti So'if
any other Klks building in Oregon.
Tito building cotuiuiltcc aro dill
working on the final details, which
will he uutiouuccil in a slurt time.
ROSE WANTET1 AT TALENT
UNDER ARREST AT SHASTA
District Attorney Kelly has ro
celvcd word of the arrest in Shasta
No one who
hns ever used
it has anything
g but praise for
It rrtitorcM iinlornl rtil-
In AP liala t.1,, fan..,
rr w p..' ..n.ft mil i, nu,
n dye. It eradicate dan
drufl an J pteventi lalllnij hair.
Uc one bottle II not MtTifird,
your dealt r will iriund price.
JO: l $1 BiVvmm. Fm mimiU
tVH It; X(IKl K'L I
Uuf n ,W HJ IN,m ! U
A whole week of pleasure and Profit
?),(00 OKFI.UI.O IN HU'MIU.Mtf
Ou Agricultural, Mvextock, Poultry,
Textile and Other iMilblt
Ilorsn raccit, Mhootlng Tournnmetit,
Flroworks, Dnnd Concerts, I.ugonlc
Imposition, Children's Playground
and other freo attractions, Including
lloyd nnd Ogle's One lllng Circus.
Freo Camp fJrounds. You nro Invited
.Send for Premium 1.1x1 and I'ntry
Itediiced rates ou till railroad
For particulars address
FItANIC MI'ltlMMTM, riocrelary
To Buy Your Needs
of an Advertiser. He
Always Has Good
Parg&ii)3 ,nd Wants
People to Know What
county, California, of CIiiiiIch Kosc,
wanted nt Talent for scouring money
hy false pretenses, It Is alleged thai
ho iiut'lgii'cl ptopoity hu did not
I, 1 1 I, i -in
With Medford Unite Is Medford iiuidit.
FIVE MINUTE CURE
IF STOMACH IS BAD
When 'Tape's llntoslu" Itcmlies
Stouimli all Indigestion, (las and
You don't want a slow remedy
when your stnntnrli Is bad- or an un
certain ono or n harmful one- -jour
stomach Is too valuable; ott tuimtn't
Injure It with drastic drugs.
I'npe's Dlnpepslti Is noted tor Its
speed In giving relief; Its harmless
ncss; Its rertalu unfailing nrtlon In
regulating sick, sour, gassy atom
iichs. Its millions of curc In hull-
gvstluu, dyspepsia, gastrltlH and other
stomach trouble has Jtindu It fatuous
the world over.
Keep this perfect stomnrh doctor
In jour liniue -keep II handy gel a
largo fifty-cent case from any drug
store mid then It anyone n'tnuhl cut
noinottilng whlrh doesn't tnjree with
them; If what they eat las like lead,
formetits and sours nnd forms gns;
raures hcadnrho, dl.slucM and nan
sea; erurtntlonH of nctd n.nl itiidl-
food - rcitieiuber as scon na
ratio's Plniiopsln comes In contact
Iwltli the Htomarli nl such .'istrcn-t van
IkIich. Its tiromptnoKS, cert.iluty nnd
easo In overrotuliig tho worst stotn
'aclt disorders Is a revelation to thoso
who try IL
I E. N. NOBLE
All KlmNof Wood Snot ng
, Phono 703.X
10.11 .North Con tml
OAK, FIR, LAUREL AND SLAOWOOD
Ynrd at Sixth nnd Fir Sta.
Business for Sale
Do Voc's little coiiihination firocory, ConlVctioii
ovy and C'ww Storo, -1 18 W. rain St., AiViiro.-... Ore.
Thiols a good live litllo husiiioss, and if i'oX'r.y
liandli'd will ny a man and boy good wages and -"
pur cent on tlio monoy invested. Any ono with .sat
isfactory references who really means business will
bo allowed to conic into tho store Tor a week or a
month and see just what we are doing. The sale will
not inelndo my wholesale or retail niagalno busi
ness, which 1 shall continue at. I'JiJ V. Main SI.
C. A. DK VOIO, Aledford, Oro. IMionu TJ2-K.
Wo aro showing tioino ory
Hiiiart and Hturdy uioiIkIn In
womou'ri Htreet Hoots for fall
and winter wear! They're sim
ple, Ideal slum lnilldlnfc.
detected leathers of gun
iiicthi, p.tteut, suodo, tan cnlt
and grey Mint tan iiuburk. High
toes, medium toon, and tho now
Ktiullsli low toe, with low flat
aliuiva aro tuoileratoly
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