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MEDFORD MAIL TRTBTINE, MEDFORD, OltKCION, TriWDAY, AfAT70TT 10, 1.01-1.
PUBLICITY WORK OF
Tint Coiiiiih'I t'lul rlnli (liifilm..
held a hM'clitl titi'iding ,M'hcnlny to
ilihi'iiHH mill Mi'l mi Hi'Vnnil iiiiilli'iii
H'lllillll til lll VVI'H'lltll nl' lln Mil
Mm. I'M AihIiuvvh, ii'iui'xi'iiliiitf Ilii'
iiimhIi'mI hi'i'llnn nl' llm Oii'mIit M'i
flllll I'llllll M lll'H('ll, ls, till'
('iiiiiiih'icImI i'IiiIi In en-tipi'mli' inn)
(4 1 mi llii'lr hiiiioil In n iiiuullily mil'
hli'iil iluy fur Htdiunl ililldii'ii In in
I'linln nil Hi" hi'IhmiU nl' lint vulli.Vi
llin olijrcl liciiiK' ( inti'ivst mill ell-
lrllllll III lllt'KI' lllri'lillKK Willi II Mil-
ur!nr eliim nf intislriil cnli'iliilii
iiH'iil. 'Din chili ii"inii'il Mih. An
tlnr.VH llii'lr htippuit,
k l(lllll'll lllt
Mr. Williiuii llinli;i', rrinfi'iiliii
III!' (Ili'lltiT Mi'ilrillil t'lllli, lIHknl (In1
rlnli In Mtiiiinrt mill iuImtIIho tin
li'i'turi' mum In In ftiM'ii by Siiiimii'I
Mill. Ili Milijn't will In' mi plans
tu hi'iiutify ilii- I'licil'ic highway in
tit" phititiiii; nf Ih'cm. Tlu club K"v''
Its iiKHiiniiii'ii nf a lii'iuly Mipputl.
A li'tttT VVIHt ll'llll I mill t'uhilli'l
Waller It. Knhr nf Mexim, Mil., sitv
ill' hi' liml iirtvptnl tin' I'lllliV ilti-
tutinii In visit tin) l((iui' llivir Milli'V
mnl would i'iiiiii about Mnri'li l-r. fnr
I lio purpose nf Mi'lt't'tini; it loriitltiii
fnr n Ihim' liicli-Kriulit inililury
hi'linnl. Hit Htnti'ij ill flirt letter tlutt
In' Iiiii untv tillv-HU iiiiplli'itUon for
I'lltlllilKIU" f llIX MisMIIIII hi'linnl
finin territory which utiii'tly hi'lnni
In .Mi'ilfnnl. Cnlniii'l Knlir will In I'll-
tcrtaiiii'il liv tlm i'IiiIi on hut iirrivul
Milk Coiircrn !) IhiiIo
John M. Hi'ntt, p-nonil uiHni'ii!i'r
iiKi'iit nf tin' Sniitlu'ru I'lii'lflc, writi'
tlm uliili Unit tint llnnli'ii roiideiiKiiij:
I'ni'tnry In limiting for Ihrcu hilcn fnr
tlii-ir fiti'toiii'H. Tlii'v luivi' In ln mk
Mtri'il nf tint l'n 1 1 1 It It tin- tirnillli't
nf 1 fillll imiw'n mill lli to .'lllllll. Tin'
M'l'ri'lnrv wit iiislrueted to title up
tin' nutter with tin Itcinlrn Ceil
iliiiM'il Milk- rninpnny mnl invite n
n pri'Miilntivi' to visit tint vnllev mnl
iiivi'ftii'iitu the pinxpt'i'tx mnl issi
liilitii". Several ciimiint; mnl evaporating
iMiuerriH desiring In Ini'llti' hero
writ' ri'fi'rri'il to a rnnnitilti'ti of
thri'i', who will meet with a emiiiiiil
In' of three of tin Mi'Ii'IiiiiiIh' iis.hu
elation Mn t fit 10 ami tisoerliiiu
what U lnvt to ilo.
Print Itlikrr .Wllilc
Tltn rlnli nnli'rril tin printing nf
tin- David Swing Hii'ki'r'nrlii'li'H re
I'rnlly published in tlio Orogoiiiiiu on
tlm llogue Ittvi'r vnllev, to ho pub
lished lit the shape nf a small liiiok-li-t
ami to I to m-ril fnr nl i I iinp
iiinltt'i' hy tin' ('niiiuii'ri'ial elub.
I It'll Slii'lilnit w'iim iiixtrtii'liil to
fnriiitilittit Mime plan to M'fiire th
hlguitltiio mnl iiililriwn nf every resi
lient nf tint valley ami their fnrtnei
niMiesK before I'liiiiuii' here, these
mlilreiiieH ami liifnrtiinttoii to lie kept
in n enril imli'x file at tint Ivvliiliit
ImililiiiK for the heiiefit of visitors.
Tint enlillllittei' nil pllhllejly reenlil-
itii'inli'il lint rollnwlutri wlneh wit"
ailnpletl liy a ri'Milutniii:
''Voiir I'oiuiniltee on pulilieity lei'
niiiiiieml the fnllnwiiiir pmrmit:
"I. That lint Cniiiinereinl elnh nl'
fer priiren for the hent two hiimlieil
wot'il ilehi'tiptinii of Meill'ni'il ami the
np,ne Itiver valley mnnni; Helmnl
ihililien nf llm enmity. That the
winning i-HHiiyK he u"'il iik innilelh in
tlm varioim rniles for a serif of
lellitrn to hit written hy every m-IhiuI
fhihl in .IneltMiiii foiintv lo Mitiif
fhihl in the Mtiitit rmle in Mime
eiiHti'iii statu to lie inaileil at the ex
peiiKn of the ('nniiiiereinl fhih.
That thn filv Hiiperiiili'iiilenl " of
selimlM ami Ihi' enmity Mipuiinteii
lent he reipifslfil tn eifnperiitit with
llm enimnittcit in inmi);imititi the
pulilieity iiaiiipaimi t Inuiih the
scliiiiil I'hililii'ii, eiiiphiisiM liein' laiil
nil the htiip'uver mi tint vwirltl'H fair
"2. That tlm Heeri)larv of the
Huh he iiiMlriietfil to roipifst every
ri'Miileiit nf tlm valley to write a
In'k'f letlor In tlm iiaw'Hpaper nf lilt
1'nniier liuimi ileseripllvn of tint valley
mnl iiotll'yinj,' fik'iulrt o huy tlekels
in llUfi with Mi'ilfnnl Hlnpovnr, the
seerelary of the chili In furnish a
hi mi form of hiicIi letter.
"II. "That all envelopes ami uta
tiniiery iihciI hy iiiciiiIicim of tlm Huh
pei'Hiiiinlly or in IniniiicHH cuncHpnii
ilent'tt I'liiiliiiu tlm IckcimI, "(Intmvnv
tn Crater Lake' ami 'Ituy Your Tick
i'Ih Willi Meilforil Klopover.'
Mk S. V, Cn-npciut Inn
"I." That tlm ('uiiiiiiorHnl fluh or
ilfr from fifty In a hiimlieil Iiiiiih
ami piislfanlK Nhowiii); a series of
ciulit views of orHiaril ami scenery
wit It hilef ilesfiiplivit iiintlfr, These
ciinU i'iiii lie scciiicil at $'J per Hum
sum! fur .10,111111 hits-, nr ijl".') per
tlmiixmiil in 100,000 lots, These
fill tin In he furnished Hciih free
for niuilliiKi I'lifh Mfhuol chilli In he
lis,ii o mall il t.ct mnl llm Hniith
DAILY MINT FROM PARIS.
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1.r " J "J1
SV j. k 'v
.H f'll JB
tm ltfM, ltl tm M UM
llltlk vrhct lint oltli a Mlritll of
rarlpl Mljtflt fronJi -MnUoti Uu
4iiii Mr l- lurrniill
era I'ueilif he li'ipli'Hteil tn plnce
sclw upon iliiiiui; cars.
'Ti: That the co npcintiun nf life
Southern I'ufilic he nniiexti'il in
priuliiiK Iiiij:i' wtiulnw canU lmv.
Iiik viewti nf Ciati-r l.nke with Hie
new exeitrsiuii rules ami place in
every ilfpnl, ticket office ami luilel
aloni; tlm system.
"ll, Thnl Hie miloiunhile uuiilc for
tmiriMtH priutei) Inxt vear he hioiiitht
Up to ilnle mnl leiiulilislii'il, copiet
lii'illK sent evi'iv auloinohile ilealer,
fvnry auto Huh am nveiy hotel alone
the I'uclfic hiliway.
"7. That Hie .lucksnii cniinlv
court he leipiesli'il to niile that
portion of niftil hetweou Kaylc I'nitil
ami the Keemt Creek sellout, llm
worst purtinu of any of llm roiulx
leiuliun tu CrHter Lake. Thai Hip
court he teipiestftl to make turnout
aloiiK Cniter Lake ro.nl at iMiints of
scenic ml villi tn v mnl place Ihp.t
siux l-alllllK alli'lltioii u tliCM- views
ami that a new ami easy (mil he
lumle to Mill Creek rails from the
"8. That the en. operation of Hi"
Fruit associations ami fruit ilistrih
iilnrs of thn valley he secuteil ami
thai fiieh Im.v of fruit shippcil nut
nf Mcilfuril eontitlns ,iti hititalinii m
visit the llnxtie Hiver vnlloy in IH1.1,
ami ileseriptive iimtlor of the valley.
"Thnl Hie Coimiieii'jnl Huh at omv
scinl to I'le-iilcnt YViUoa ami to :K
iiieiuhers of the ciilihict wopitrnle iu
vilatioii!! asking theiii to visit Crater
Lake this summer as kiip" nl llm
"That the pulilieitj coitunitli'e pie
prre a brief ilesciiptimt of Crnler
Lake ami the Koveruuieiit 10ml wmk
in progress, ami with two or titles
phutoraphs of the lake sufficient In
make a luilfpap layout, semi to
lifty of the laiK'est papers in the
luunlry, with a fniiiiuuu icIomc ilule,
fur siimillaueuiN pithliealloti. Hy
thw means much ihiriihlc pahluitv
eau he secureil at small cost, iniicly
thu priulintr nf photos.
".I. C. IIIIOWN.
"A. II. Mll.l.l'lt.
The piiviileut appuiuteil A. S. Ilo
seuhamn, V. I Isaues ami lieu
Shehlnii to ilsMt the fniiuiultee mi
itieiiiliership to secuie niiin.v itew
iiieinhers to llic Huh.
During the past year, by thou
sands of smokers, all inclination
for any tobacco but STAG.
A significant fact Is Stag's in
stant appeal to old smokars mon
who had long settled down to
These wise old critics are per
haps the most enthusiastic of all.
Convenient Packages: Tho Handy Half-
Sizo 5-Cont Tin, tho Full-Sizo 10-Cont Tin, tho Pound
and Hnlf-Pound Tin Mumjdots and tho Pound Glati
ivniMi! 111. AJBB'MMNH
'1 NEWS FROM COUNTRY CORRESPONDENTS
Miss Nellie CulliiiK spent Huliir.lii.v
ami Kuiuhty in ilaelisuuville.
The iiiceliut! of the 1'iiicnl-Tciiili-els'
nsHociatloii, which was hehl l''ii
ilnv I'M'tiiii, wns eujuycil hy all who
Mr. mnl Mih. Ilnrucc Turpiu ol
Talent Hpcnt the past week will
Mm. 'I'm pin's ihiiciiIh, Mr. mnl Mr'
A lln.Vs' ami (litis' Imlusiiial clul.
was oiuaiilml here last Thuisiliiy
1 1 it r ! llmuiltoii wiiH ilecti'il presi
ih'iil; Mmli-tou Itici'i vice-presiilent .
I'rnnk limine, secictnry; Miiithn
Mr. ami Mrs, Miles Cautrall nf
this vicinity spent Kiimlay with
Cluiilcs llmiiilllni ami i'mnily.
Mr. ami Mrs. Willi tint Cupnle nf
lliuienui spent Sumhtv evriiiuc at the
luunit nf Mn. Cupple's sister, Mrs.
Mr.iiml' Mis. A. L. Huone wen
Hie um'slH nf Mr. mnl Mrs. .1. 1.
Ilaiiliiu Saturday eveuiui;.
Miss Maltha limine eutertaiiicil
several of her friemU I'riilay evcn
ini;. After injoyini; themselves un
til H o'clock ptuviiiK caiiies unit
I'ritt'kiiiK Juki's, a ilaliity uiiicr .wns
seiveil which was enjoyed hy all.
Mr. ami Mr-. .1. II. itien were the
nleiisiinl callers of Mr. ami Mrs. A.
L. Iluoiie F'iilav aflernooii.
Charles Hamilton of Hitch wiik a
luislncHS caller at I'urest errek Sun
Clyde Smith Vvas a caller on
Mai thu limine Sunday evening.
riovd MeKee was the miest of
Ilit r t-l Hamilton Sunday evening.
Tohe Stone of Forest eret'k wns
a laisiiiesH fuller in .lueksonvillf.
Mvruu .1. Nut lis ami diuiylitci.
Helen, were cullers in lawn Mumlity.
(Icotjje Alford and (loorKf Wfri
iinlh huvf new Ford nutoiuohiles.
The I'reshvteriaii Ladies' Aid will
meet nl tin I'uHi' htiildint; Wedues
Mrs. Kmily Carpenter, who has
been an invalid fur tlm past two
years, has linn quite f'ivi ftir over
'MIhsJiiiu' ICoIeth returned from
Foot's ereck the first of llm week.
Mrs. Ilhtkely of (lohl Hill spent the
past week with her sister, Mrs.
David Walt ami familv, neeompau.
ltd hy Mr. Watt's father ami mother,
lelnraeil here the first of the week
after spending thu winter in I'otr
laud. F. K. Furry and (I. ". Kin sent
severnl days the past week fishing
alouc Itoguo river.
Louis Culver has hcen suffering
from sciiitica for the past three
weeks, hut is now utile to walk down
New .Jersey has n timbered area
of about 2,0110,0110 acres, on which
the tituhur is wroth ahoat .$H,.00,
000 mi tlm stump. It is mainly val
uiilile fnr fordwood.
For Pipe and Cigarette
P. Lorlllard Co, Est, 1760
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EAGLE POINT EAGLETS
Hy A. C. Howlctt.
Charley Thoituis has returned to
Klmmith county, hut left his family
here fur thu picnt.
Mlviii Ailauis of Siskiyou county,
California, passed tluuiili hum las
Mntiirilay on lu way frut llittte
I'alls vvlmri! lie had been visiting his
s'slir. Mrs. Aaron Heck. Mr. Math
ews, Sr., of 'Unite Falls passed
through here on his way In Midfoid
mi Hie same train.
Mrs. A. II. Ilnrtoii nf llrownMioro
fame tint from Medfonl Saturday on
the train ami went on up to her
hoiim on tlmyl'iiglf I'oiut ami Lnkt
Creek slage. .
(leorgc II. W'ai iter of Central I'oint
was out Inst Sataiilav talking to the
house wives about the iiiietiiiuitie
sweeper that he is handling.
John lligeubo'haui nf I hit to rails
came out last Thursday, remaining
There was a man and woman here
Saturday from Kugeiie. They looked
all over our town hut were very re
lieenl with ngard to their business.
I did not Irani their names but learn
ed that they were not looking for a
Miss Louise Henry, who is en
gaged teaching in the Lent Charley
school district, called for dinner last
Friday on her way to Medford.
Fred It. Heath hns sold his farm
just above Hrowiisboro to Hoy Tuft.
I understand that he has several
tennis at work palling up Hip fntit
trees ami leveling off the ground to
sow it in alfalfa.
Mr. Holbrouk. who lives at the
(lilehrist orchard, was doing busi
ness with our merchants Saturday.
A. J. McDonald, who has been
Hearing a tract of land northeast
of our town for J. II. Cooley, fin
ished up the job lust week mid has
gone to the McDonald fa nil near the
mouth of Kile creek. Mr.rind Mrs.
Todd have gone on the ranch In as
sist in iis inamigeimat.
Mr. Susan Hart was in town on
Mrs. It. McDonald of Like Creek
came out last Saturday to bring her
son to Dr. Holt to have his foot
dressed. He hail cat his instep open
witli mi ax that was the cause of
the visit. They were accompanied
by her brother, J. I). MeCraig.
David Ciugeade's daughter, llattic,
who lives in San Francisco, I have
forgotten her sir iiattie, writes to
her uiojier that she hears from Kngie
I'oint every week for she gets the
Kagle Point Kaglets regular in the
Daily Mail Tribune ami that it is
like a letter from home.
F. M. Corlies, who has moved onto
the Alevesta orchard to take charge
of it, nud his daughter, Miss Maud,
were callers on business Saturday
ami after introducing himself re
marked that he had been reading my
Kaglets for tlm past eight years
hack in Iowa. They were here to
meet his daughter. Miss Vetieta, who
is attending school in Medford.
Although I seldom write hospital
news I will break over this time ami
say that the little Mcssal bov who
I ".Vo lllte,
1 ' So Stln,
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i..k.4.A. ,-,tri!wri.t'ai igss m T.t" HMWIciPlT llll
was operated on u week ago Satur
day is gradually improving. Miss
Flora Firming, ilift iniisn who was
with him at the time of the opera -
tlfin. Iiliil fitlifir mif.fieefticiitii ko thnl
..'.'. n-is '
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suit i in ii ir Kilt: "I ll' r nrsiiwn it.
go to nnother case and Mis (loorgin
Miers bus taken her place.
There was a small loud of lumber
went out to llm AnlHne orchard
Saliinlay to he used in fixing up
things, getting ready for the spring
.Mrs. Kef of Hitt.e Falls is here
visiting her daughter, Mr, ami Mrs.
W. I. Itaehanan.
Ilenj. C. Sheldon, secretary of the
Mi'dfurd commercial Huh, etc., and
a general Medford booster, was out
Saturday night to vis t J. . Meln
tyre, the cashier of 'he Kagle I'oint
Stale Hank, and family, ami called
on us Siindny morning for breakfast.
I le pays our business men a very
'nigh compliment for he claims that
we have the most progressive set of
business men hero that there is in
any of Hie small towns in Jackson
Cljile MeMiirtry of Mi-dfiird, a
(piarl. miner, came in Sunday night
from Derby nml n bis why picked
up (iiitc. a Hit of slimes of the agate
variety. He is engaged in mining on
I have some more notes in my
scratch hook but will have to wait
until the next time to write them.
KANES CREEK KANELETS
Cass Higinhothntii left on Sattir
day's train for his home near Salem,
Mrs. John Manloii was n recent
Mines, lioggis ami Iliginbotbam
spent Thursday on (lulls ereek, the
guest of friends.
Will Higinbotham left on Saturday
for Medford to spend some time the
guest of his sister, Mrs. Jack Wri.s
ley, ami other relatives. Mr. Higin-
botliam has been siok fur some time
ami we Iiom the change wilt be u
benefit to hi-, health.
Mr. Thompson of near Jackson
ville stietit Sunday at this- place, the
guet of her son, John, and family.
John Mardon and wife attended
the show and dance in (lohl Hill on
Mr. Foster is all right when it
cniiics to weather prediction, nui
not as an orehnnlist. Hy mistake he
planted sonic twenty young thorn
trees which he found growing near
his homestead, thinking they were
seeillintr unities. The iiroiihet says
he don't regret the time or mistake,
as he will had them to cars ami ap
ples when the proer time comes.
Mello Hyrley intends to leave in n
week for Canada, where nu uncle
Katie's Creek business vUiton- to
Cold Hill this week: Mr. Vatttz, Mr.
ami Mr. Householder, Fred Hrovvn,
Mr. and Mrs. Mardon, Mr. Kuotts,
Mr. and Mrs. Feuuell, Mr. Lewis,
(leopge lliginhotham and wife, Mrs.
Hoggs, Mrs. Del a ire, Slump. Coff
mati, Chandler nml l'rophet Foster.
Snioko Governor Johnson cigars,
they're mado in Medford, you'll ltko
How Mrs. Hurley Wai Re
stored to Health by Lydia
E. Pinkham't Vegetable
Eklon, Mo. " I wm troubled with
displacement, inflftrnmntlon nnd femnla
wenknesK. For two
yaara 1 could not
stand on my foot
long at a time and I
could not walk two
block without en
during cutting and
drawing palrut down
my right ido which
month. I have been
at that time purplo
in the f nee nnd would
walk the floor. I could not lio down or
nit till aomctlmcg for a day nnd a night
at a time. I won nervous, and had very
llttlo appetite, no ambition, melancholy.
nnd often felt a though I had not a
friend in the world. After I had tried
most every female remedy without iuc
ccni, my mother-in-law advised me to
take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. I did so and gained in
strength every day. I have now no trou
ble in any way and highly praise your
medicine. It advertises Itself." Mrs.
S. T. Hurley, Eldon, Missouri.
Remember, the remedy which did
this was Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. For sale everywhere.
It has helped thousands of women
who have been troubled with displace
irregularities, periodic pains, backache,
that bearing down feeling, indigestion,
and nervous prostration, after all other
means have failed, ' Why don't you try
it? Lydia E. Pinkham Mediciao Co,,
; Yyu can find our
Everything new and fresh in
Groceries, Fruits and Vege
tables. MARSH 6 BENNETT
Second door east of First
Where is the
Why llnmdlej'fi of Connie, tho only pliteo In Southern Oregon whoro
you can set Iitirpcos Seeds and Mutford's Nltrogcrm. Ho has had nearly
30 years experience In handling and growing seeds and customers all havo
tho benotit ot his experience. It In only a fovv steps from Main street and It
wilt certainly pay you to tako tho tow extra steps to Hroadloy's' whoro you
can get everything for tho garden. Use Mulford's Notroeornt lu your lo
gttnto crops, lltirpecs Spencer Sweet I'cas havo no equal and yuu ltavu
about 40 ot tho very best varieties to choose from. If you don't boo
vvha.t you vvaut ask for it..
BROADLEY THE FLORIST AND SEEDSMAN
Is tu tho M. l- & H. IIulldluK
Think of the Comptiny behind
tho car and you'll realize why
lrds and Oovernnicnt l)oiuls
tiro bought with equal assurance,
strongest financially world
wide in scope largest In volunio
of output. AVo build our reputa
tion into the car. Uettor buy a
59S Ig tho prlco ot tho Ford runabout; tho
touring car Is C45 f. o. b, Medford, complete
with equipment. Out catalog aud particulars
C. E. GATES
RUtl without YMt
When they are lust rlfihl, the old fash
ioned ycat ralitd buckwheat cakM arc lust
fine. Hut It takes a skillful hand to tfet
them "just ridht" and many housewives do
not want to be bothered with A bewl e(
batter standing around all the time. Mado
after this recipe, buckwheat cakes Are as
good as any you ever ato and much super
lor to thoic made with telf-ralslng (lour.
Mado with K C double raise bikln
powder, the last of the baiter will make
just at light cakes as the first.
K C Buckwheat Cakes
Jlv Mrs. Tsnsi MeKemie Hill, Editor of
the llotton Cooking School Migailne.
1 cup buckichral
flour', I table'
3 levrl Uatpoon
ful K C Uahng
Powder', 1 cupa
cold water: tea-
Sift lojrcther, three times, the flour, sugar,
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