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tC. I.. Narretfnn, 53. 11. Holmes mid
Brown brothtira wore over from
Knglo Point tlio first of the wuok.
Ernest Wob of Central l'olnt dis
trict whb ono of tho horticulturists
In Medford Tnostltiy.
Orpgonlim ncncy at Dfi Voo's.
HI "V. I'olfor, rnrescntatlvo or
tho ,Cltr);-lloiiery Construction com
pany. Is down from Uitgunv. ;
P. V, 8ayno, Wnltor HnstwIcK nml
MW Plyrin of Apnlogntc worn In Med
Holiday offer BO per cent off. Vn-to-Date
At'jrtlo. 232 Hast Main.
A. W, Sllsby and 8. S. McKcrchor
of .Uhlnnd. operators In timber,
spent Tuesday In Medford.
H. II. Hopkins, a printer, and his
wife, of Seattle, nre Stopping In Moil-
Misses M. L. and A. C. H. Booseyj,,, LcJ t,utr,ct lM Hovxarn.
will have homo inado hominy for sale
at tho public market on Saturday's
and nt tho leading groceries on
Wednesdays. All old patrous pleaso
remember tho dates and places. 20?
William Campbell, the miner, tran
sacted business In Medford Tuesday.
J. 11. Lyons has returned from his
mines In Rock Point district.
C. W. Sharpo of Central olnt dis
trict was a Medford visitor Tuesday.
Regular meals nnd lunches home
cooking, Johnson's Cafe, formerly
Mission Restaurant, moved to 28 S.
K. Calhoun of Phoenix district
spent a few hours In Medford Tues
day. John McManus, a rolorcd man1,
who followed the occupation of chi
ropodist, and tamale manufacturer In
Medford some time ago, was shot
and killed by a policeman at Pasco,
Wash., who caught him In the act of
robbing a store at night. McManus
sought to escape arrest after betas
commanded to stop by the officer.
At tho It moving picture theater
Wcnntoka Trlbo will exhibit a series
of slides every evening giving tho
origin nnd history of tho Improved
Order of Red Men, the slides are very
Interesting as it gives tho close con
nection of tho bultt of our republic
A. D. Naylor, who is In charge of
tho HulHs saw mill In Sterling dis
trict, camo to Medford Tuesday.
Dr. J. P. neddy has returned from
a business trip to Portland.
Laco and braid for the new filet
cmbrolderle-at tho Handicraft Shop.
Charles Paul, who has been spend
ing several months In tho state of
Washington, has returned.
Jacob Klippel Is in Medford again
after spending several days In tho
mining districts of Josephine county.
Chicken dinner GO cents, St. Mark's
Guild hall, Saturday from 5:30 to
J. "W. Manning of Klnmath county
is the guest of his daughter, Mrs.
Fay, and may spend the winter in
Medford. He Is a pioneer of Rogue
Tlver valloy and served two terms as
shorlff of this county.
Texas Clark, a member of the San
Francisco baseball team has been In
Medford this week. He is stopping on
Dig Applegate for the present.
Wynne Scott, one of tho most up-to-dato
portrait artists on the Pa
cific coast Is taking charge of the
portrait department for the Gerkln
& Harmon Photo company, 228 East
William Gerlc vlce-nresldent of
tho Pacific and Eastern railroad, ar
rived from Portland yesterday.
Henry Helms of Barron was a bus
iness visitor In. Medford Tuesday.
. St. Mark's needlework salo Friday
and Saturday In store formerly oc
cupied by Golden Rule. 205
II. n, Nye of Rock Point mado a
trip to Medford the foreport of the
Mrs. A. A. Davis of Uerkoley. Cal.,
la visiting In Medford.
Milk and cream at DeVoo's.
Sergeant Pat Mego of the police
force was operated upon at Sacred
Heart hospital Tuesday for appendici
tis and ltls conditions was reported
this morning as satisfactory. Spe
cial Officer lilnton is taking the ser
"Insurance your best asset." ITav
the best. Place your insurance with
Holmos, the Insurance Man, right if
he writes It. tf
Joe II. Wilson of Talent is in tho
city visiting friends.
Forest Ranger W. C. Frultt and
Tom Flynn of Huttou, Cnl., oxpect to
return Friday to that district.
Kodak finishing, bust in town, at
Miss Marlon Reddles of Rogue
River is spending a few days In tho
Weeks &McGowan Co
I)y riioae 1227
Klgtit P. W. Weeks 10JUJ.2
riioaey A. E. Orr 078-M
Officer 11. 11. Cady of the police,
forco filed his resignation with tho
council Tuesday night, to take effect
Dec. 1. No action was taken. Jack
Overdorf applied for tho berth.
Tho hlKh( school football team will
play Ashland In this city Saturday.
Why not Join tho class of brlpht
young people who nre attending tho
night school at the Medford Business
tleorge Hounger of Sacramento Is
In tho city for a few dajs.
Snow appeared this morning on
tho higher fobthllls. A heavy fall
of the "beautiful" Is reported Tnos
day night. Mt. Wagner Is now cov
ered, two weeks later than last ear.
Crater Lake pictures ,a book f
12 pictures, hand colored, tho finest
vox made of tho lko, for salo at
Corking & Harmon's studio. Call
and ceo them. 23S East Main street,
phono 320-J. tt
Xlg Clark of tho San Francisco
team In the Coast League Is In tho
city making arrangements for nn ex
tended stay with other members of
111,., .!,, nt Ihn ItnL'ffS mine In the
manager of the team, and tho rest
of the party are duo Thursday ulght.
They will prospect and hunt and fish.
Sheriff Slngler was over from
JackRonvIlla for a fow hours this
William Ulrich will offer at prlvato
salo all tho furniture and household
effects of every kind and naturo be
longing to Mrs. P. S. Steenstrup, at
109 Geneva avenue, In this city. The
furnlturo Is first class, and will bo
sold at about one-third of Its actual
value. Sale to begin on Nov. 19th.
1313. from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. at tho
nbovo number. Terms cash.
James Teller of Hilt, spent Tues
day. In Medford on business.
A number of Ashland people will
.nend tho presentation of "ino.
Thief," nt the Page tonight.
Ten served Friday and Saturday af
ternoon during tho Guild bazaar.
Tho Bullls' have begun tho work
of laying tho concrete between the
rails on East Main. Monday night
sorao one drove a buggy for a block
through the soft cement, making It
necessary to go over the work again.
Frank Phillips of Tacdma Is in tho
city for a few days.
E. D. Weston, commercial photog
rapher, negatives made any time or
place by appointment Phona M
Don't forget the danco Thursday
night given by the Loyal Order pf
Moose. Invitations may bo had
from any member of the order.
An oratorical-contest between the
"High School Girls" will be held at
the high school building, on Friday
evening, November 21st, nt 8:00
o'clock. Admission, adults 25 cents;
children, 10 cents.
Have rugs to weave? Orders taken
for Corning Rug factory. Am In
Medford a few days only. Address n
letter general delivery or phone Hotel
Moore. J. R. Wolf. 200
Deputy Fruit Inspector Meyers of
Central Point Is In the city today at
tending to business.
Tho police are trying to put a
damper on an epidermic of petty
thieving that has been reported.
The Invlslblo Government, a detec
tive story In two parts. "Plants
With Nerves," "Scenes In Franco"
and "Matrimonial Maneuvers," fea
turing Costello, at the It Theater to
night only. Tomorrow night only Is
"In tho Shadow of Mountains," a two
A. II. Carey of Los Angeles is in
tho city for a few days.
Albert Davenport of Weed, Cal., Is
transacting business in Medford.
Tlio city council granted a five
year's leaso to Schell & Schell on tho
city quarry Tuesday, the city to pay
$1.05 a cubic yard for any of the pro
duct they may need, and to rccolvo a
royalty of five cents on all sales.
Among those who came to Med
ford Tuesday to attend the annual
shoot of tho gun club were Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Dana, Joseph Wharton
nd A. C. Hough of Grants Pass.
William Ulrich is conducting a prl
vato sale today on tho property of
Mrs. P. P. Stotenstrup on Geneva
street. Mrs. Steenstrup expects to
join her husband In the east shortly.
Attorney Canaday Is attending to
legal business In Jacksonville today.
James Owens, former county com
missioner was granted tho right by
tho council Tuesday night to string
a mile of telephouo wire on the city's
poles in the Lake creek district.
Dears aro roportcd plentiful on the
mlddlo fork of tho Applegate, and a
number of Medford hunters uro plan
ning a trip for meat.
Mrs. A. F. Eddy of Horlcoloy, Cal.,
Is vlBltlng at the homo of A. Slovor
of this city, Mrs. Eddy was former
ly MIfes Mollln Slover of Jacksonville.
Applo Day was observed In Mea
ford Tuesday by tho Hotel Medfora
which served apples In 15 courses,
beginning with apple soup nnd end
ing with the raw fruit. The dinner
was such a success that Manager
Mohr will havo another next week
and may make U a regulur feature
during tho winter.
"With Medford tiatw is Medford made.
MBDtfOKI) MAIIj TUinilNM.
CITY OF VICTORIA
HKOWXSVlM.i:, Tex.. Xv. ID. -That
f000 rebel under Iomrnl Pn
lilo Goit7iiUi hud oin-liinuly dofenlt'il
the federal foiw of 11000 who woiv
ilcfetiilim; Victouit. enpitul f 'IV
mnulitns Mnlo. wic oonfiimeil tixh-y
ly ol'fioinl leleanuni from (lonJinl
hiniM'lf, received nl MiMniiiorn.
ncro the bonier from hero.
Four rebel officers and fortv men
were killed, (lOitruli" Muted Ho es
timated thnt 300 federal were Mnin
According to wnofnYinl ivjhmK
the rebel took no rtrUoiiers hut fluit
or cut down nil the IVdctnU who Ml
into their linnrii.
Tho-e who succeeded in ecunii'.ir
from the town were hotly pui-MuM li
n rebel force under General .Muruui
nnd XJcneml Villnrvnl to the town nt
Tuln, thirty mile to the norlhwoi-1,
where there wns another fishl nnd
the federals were nptin eompletclx
XRW YOKK, Xov. 39. The trial
of llmix Schmidt, charged with the
murder of Anim Aumuller, opened
here today with the defendant ab
sent, lie refused to hurry prepurn
tioiw to go to court.
"What' the ue of hurrying?" lie
nked his attorney. "I know jint
what the outcome of the trial will
he, and I nm ready to go to the elec
Most of the day wns devoted to
filling the jurv box.
Former Judge William Olcott wf.
retained today us Schmidt's counsel.
At Ids request court adjourned until
next Tuesday to nllow more time I"
prepare Ins cnne. Olcott thinks thai
Schmidt is iiinne.
OF WHITE SLAVERY
SAX FKAXCISCO. .Nov. 19. Ar
thur II. V3dney, son of Judge K. M.
Widney of Los Angeles, wns pros.
trnted todny, following his oonviHun
Yesterday of having accepted moncv
from Noel Murphv, n woman of the
underworld, in violation of the whilo
Tlio jury recommended him to
mercy nnd the court set Friday for
parsing sentence, hut nt thnt time
VVidney's lnwverx will ask n new
Widney's family is rich nnd prom
inent. He himself vvns n prosperous
real estate denier. His brother, Rob
ert J. idney, figured in various
episodes with Mrs. Vivien Lyons if
R0SEBURG MEET ON
DECEMBER 4 STIRS INTEREST
Iho following Is a letter from Tom
Klchardson to the Medford Commer
Dear Hlr: Tho interest in the Hose
burg convention Is Intense There
wore 30 volunteers at a dinner last
night at Kugeno and a delegation
will be inado up of the prominent
mon of tho University city. Cottage
Grove will send a delegation of 12
from her Commercial club, Siitherlln
has promised 30 and -0 of tho nioro
prominent men and women of Ttoso
burg (10 each) will visit every com
munity In Douglas county, and tho
southern part of this state must be
there in full forco.
Portland will send down a thor
oughly strong delegation, going down
Wednesday night, December Ctb, and
spending the entire day of Thursday
In Itosoburg. The Idea of making an
exhibit of tho products of Oregon at
Ashland grows upon everybody as
they glvo It thoughtful consideration
and thoro was even nioro enthusiasm
about It at Kugeno last night than at
our convention at Grants Pass,
Messrs. W. P. Qulnlan, Grants Pass
F. W. Streets, Medford.
George W. Scagor, Ashland
Ileal estate men tako notlco. 1
have taken my ton aero orchard, two
miles west of Medford oft tho mar
ket. 20.r. A. W. JOHNSTON.
too tuvri: to omshifv.
IJST Doy's overcoat on Mistletoe
street near Main street. Flndor
return to F. II. Hazeltoii, 1140
West Oth. 200
FOIl KENT Modern
house. M. A. Hader,
MtiDFOttlV OK KG OK.
WASHINGTON. No. It). Today
.1. Ogdcu Armour called to see the
president, hut failed w in ml
left for 1'hicngft.
Armour did not ny why he wished
to sec the president, hut it was be
lieved he had called in connection
with the government invi'stimtlion
into the nllegeil moiuuioly of lcfriir
oration space on steamship- between
American and Aruentinc potts.
No intimation wo given that nn
thing but pressure of other Iumiiih
prevented the chief executive from
granting nn nudiencc to the puckiit,'
house mngnnle. Nevertheless, gns
i could not help s-unnising that
he could havo found time to receive
a iitor so iuipoitant in the business
world if he had cared to do so.
BATTLESHIP IS OFF "
VKKA Cltl'Z. Mex.. Nov. 19.-Thc
American battleship New Hampshire
left here today for luxpam m re
sponse to n retpiest from the com
mander of tla' battleship I.ouisinnn,
them for n week past. Why the New
Hampshire was needed whs unex
Daniel' nnd KviirNtn Modern,
brothers of tho lute Piesideut Mil
dero, arrested some time ngo nt Mon
terey, charged with complicity in ,i
plot to surrender the town to the
rebcN, nnd since then prisniicn ri
Sun Juan I'lia, were released today
The fato of F. C. Hums on trial
for tho murder of Jeff Coldson, a
tramp beggar at Talent threo weeks
ago, was placed In tho hands of tho
Jury at noon, and at 2:30 were still
deliberating on tho verdict. The
contention Is snld to lie between a
second degree murder nnd manslnugh
tor finding. Tho evldenco was fin
ished Tuesday afternoon, and the ar
guments this morning.
With Modforrl trade is Medford made
MOTHER! THE CHILD
Don't Hesitate! A Ijivntlvo Is Neces
sary If Tongue Is Coated, Itn'ulli
Dad or Ktoinnrli Hour
Glvo "California Syrup of Figs" at
once n teaspoonful todny often savci
a sick child tomorrow.
If your little one Is out-of-sort.
halfslck, Isn't resting, eating nnd act
ing naturally look mother, see if
tonguo Ih coated. This Is a suro sign
that It's llttlo stomach, liver and
bowels are clogged with wasto.
When cross, Irrltnblo, feverish, stom
ach sour, breath bad or has stomach
ache diarrhoea, sore throat, full of
cold, glvo a teaspoonful of "Califor
nia Syrup of Figs," and In a fow
nours all the constipated poison, un
digested food and sour biln gently
moves out of Its llttlo bowels with
out griping, and you havo a well,
playful child again.
Mothers ran rest easy ntter giving
this harmless "fruit laxative" because
It never falls to cleanse tho llttlo
ono's liver and bowels and Hweoton
tho stomach and they dearly lovu Its
pleusant taste. Hull directions for
babies, children of ull ages and for
grown-ups printed on each bottle.
Ilewaru or counterfeit fig syrups.
Ask your druggist for a CO-cont bot
tlo of "California Syrup of FIks;"
then sea that It Is mudo by the "Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Company." Don't
You are missing
sonietliiiitf 'iH you are
not a coffee enthusiast.
To become one, get tho
habit of using Schil
The enthusiast wants
but little,, but wants it
fine; and ho gets his
Schilling's Dost cornea In 1
lb. 2 lb und 2 Vt lb aroma-tight
cans; cleanly granulated
WIOONKSIUV. NOVUM IUW
BOGGS NO TITUS
ON TRIAL TODAY
A jury is being selected in the cir
cuit com I this ul'leiuooii lo hear the
evidence ugaiiisl Dove llous and S.
Titus, licensed of conti Uniting to the
delinquency of Myitle lliinscum,
stepdaughter of the Into Mj;o Spa
iios, nnd Ileal rice Kuvnitmiuh. both
in their 'teens. Tho Inking of evi
dence will begin this ul'tcruoou,
Alter the Hogis-Titus tiiul the two
girls will he used us witnesses
nguiusl A. U. Fuller, u (Irnnls Pa.
unto in it ti. accused of u simitar ft
The couiilv authorities (licit con
template placing the niils in the
(loud Shepherd's home nt Portland.
l'OHTI.ANM), Xov. 10. Ttfn le
pers on various phases of railtoad
nnd public utility occupied lite cut n
attention of the Oregon liar associa
tion nt the morning session totlav.
W. Cotton, general counsel loi
the O.-W. It. .; X. ooinpuuv, spoke
on "Ititilrond Itcgolntion Fiom o
Historical Stnudpoint," pleading lot"
the nmelioralion of those conditions
vhieh hr said tire haudienppiu- u
iMiinlici of rontfs of the country lion,
mttkiti" n livelihood.
Clyde A. Altchisoii, member of the
Oregon state railroad commission,
EAT CABBAGF. FISH.
SAUSAGE. NEW BREAD
Xo Indigestion, (ins, Sourness or IV
set Stoiuncli if You'll Tako "Pupe'
IHttHpsii" Try This!
Do some foods joti ent hit liack
taste pood, but work badly; ferment
Into stubborn lumps nml cause u
sick, sour, Kassy stoniarh? Now,
Mr. or Mrs. Dyspeptic. Jot this down
Pnpe's Dlapopsln dlKcsts everything,
leaving nothing to sour nnd upset
you. There never was nn thing so
safely quick, so certainly effective
No difference how bailly your stom
ach Is disordered you will get happy
relief In five minutes, but what
please you most Is that It strength'-
ens ami regulates your stomach so
you can eat your favorite foods with
Most remedies kIvo you relief
sometimes they aro slow, but not
suro. "Pnpe's Dlnpepsln" Is quick
positive and puts your stomach In a
healthy condition so tho misery won t
You feel different as soon as
"Papo's Dlapepsln" comes In contnrt
with tho stomach distress Just van
ishes your stoniarh gets sweet, no .
gases, no belching, no eructations of
. i .i..... .....i I
IIIIUIK) ftiru iooii, your iiunu ino
you feel fine.
do now, make tho best Investment
you ever made, by getting a larne
fifty-cent enso of Pnpe'H Dlapepsln
fiom any drug storo. You roallzo In
five minutes bow needless It Is to suf
fer from Indigestion, dyspopsla or
any stomach disorder.
Patronize Home Industries
THESE GOODS ARE MADE IN THE ROGUE RIVER VALLEY. KEEP THE MONEY AT HOME
Wo have changed our
name, hereafter the Mission
Furniture Works will be
Home of tho "Pacific" Cedar
E. G. TROWBRIDGE, JR.
113 South Holly
rend n pitpcr entitled, "I'icseiil 1'ioh
leitts in Public nllll.v HcMulnllon."
Altchisoii iiigued I'm- n change in the
piCNCHt piocciliiie of tlio iiitoVNlulc
cnmuicicti coiiitiiissiuu uittl predicted
the luilioiiuliMlton ol public on n lei
ol nil oliissos,
Ofliecis nre being elected Ihht ;!
Have as 'much bosom
as a shirt calls for.
Enough for looks and
The cufla will not crack.'
The new graduated inter
lining prevents it.
CUIKTT. ITtAnODY A CO.. Inc.
Mated til Amiw L't'U-tB
.JT WX vJl vv.s! y
$1.50 for Reed Hats, nioM all Hhadt'S and sliapcH.
Jj.00 rtir('oiiiUfrni lints imlily lalUs wiv.
9-1.00 for.It.hn H.Slplst.nllats.
West Main Stroot
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COTTAOl: WINDOWS Vr.r flw.l hi I 'r
won riwj iiin i'i, im "i p,,,,,.Ll.
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Medford Iron Works
E. 0. Trowbridge, Prof.
General Foundry and
Pacific 401; Home &98Ij.
Res. Pac. 5031; J Ionic 227L.
For the best of
EVERYTHING MADE OF WOOD
Sec us. Wo make a specialty of
OFFICE FURNITURE and FIXTURES, MANTLES,
SCREEN DOORS and WINDOWS, Etc.
Factory Corner South Fir and 11th Sis. Holli Phones
MEDFORD SASH AND DOOR CO.
DR. W. II. HEOKMAN
PHYSICIAN AND hi UOIION
Office Hpiitla Itulltlluit
Office llouis H . M. to ! P. M,
. iho Tailor
Kt'lTH TO FIT
FIT TO WKAK
Dcrciobrc H to 111, lUCI
This will ho u uolablo event In tho
cdiicntlounl blslury of Omitou.
Kai hums' ('o-operatlou will ho ttio
IcndlUK topic of a NllmuJnltnK series
Of Icrtuies The Wwk V tin
tiovvded vuth tllKiiihsloiis. and d'
inoustratloiis III over.vthltiK tbst
muse for the welfare of tho fnruior
UlNTICIt SHOUT COl IISH
.liiiiiuii v .1 to :, IIM I
Tho Collt'K" has spaied no offtirt to
iiiiiKo this tho most complete shoit
lourse In Its history. A very wldo
raitMo of iioirses mI ho nlfnrml In
(Icncral Agriculture. Horticulture.
nltual lluslmudry. DalrylnK. PoullVy
KcepliiK, Mechanic Arts DunicmlUt
.Science and Art. Comuicrro. Korostry
and Music Numerous lectures and
iIIm'UmiIuu on I'Alt.MICIta- co-oi'int-ATION.
nt homo and abroad, will tin
a IcadltiK feature. Make this a
plcaiant nnd profitable winter out
Iiik. No tuition. Acconimudatloni
nKHontibt. Itedurcd rntes on I'll
r.illioads. I'or turtbur liifoiiii.ttl'iu
II. M TIJNNANT. UrUra'.
Parlours' IIiiIiiim Co.iiss Wj Cor
respoudetii n withoii' tui'ijn
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Cement Drain Tile
"It's Strongest and
Factory N. Riverside Ave.