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MEDIftMtli MAIL TIH HUNK MMUKOUI). OK'KUON. MONDAY. AIMJIli 20, mil.
Advertising car N'o. 1, of the Sell
Kioto circus which nppears In this
city May 11. arrived Sunday after
noon, nml tho billposters aro busy
placarding the city with flaring bill,
Ladles, our guaranteed specially
wrapped brend nt II. & C. rash store.
Nowtown llakory. 2S
John Dodge of thin city Is spend
Iiik n few days visiting friends In
E. D. Weston, commercial photos
rapber, negatives mado any time or
placo by appointment. Phono M
W, W. Harmon, chief eng . r of
tho I'aclllo and Interior rallron . with
hoadiinarteni at Ornuts Pas, spent
Saturday and Sunday In this city
visiting friends and relatives.
Have yon noticed the flavor? That
is becnuso Valley Pride nutter Is
MrH L. A. Cook of Grants Pass
Is In the city and will make her
home In thl city In tho future
Screen doors nt Mcdford Lumber
During the ball game Sunday n
iIdtimi nr so hsscball fouled over tho
fence, wcro nabbed b) small boys and
not returned. In the future .01
baseballs will bo marlsed, and boys
round with them In their possession,
will have to appear before the Juve
nile authorities, nccordlnR to n state
ment made by Chief of Police llltt
son this morning.
Plato Ice. .Morning deliveries.
Medford Ico & Storage Co. Phone
A delegation of Yrcka, Cal., Chi
nese arrived Sunday afternoon to
visit with their countrymen In this
Do you know what pasteurization
means? Kat Valley Prldo Butter
and you will know. 24
U. L. Whiting hns returned from
a trip to tho Talmcr Gulch country.
X. M". King of Ilosctnirg Is anions
Mcdford visitors from the Willam
ette valley today.
Pennant wrapped bread, guaran
teed fresh at Oakdale Grocery.
Mado at Xowtown Bakery.
H. C. Stoddard of the California
Oregon Power company was a busi
ness visitor In Grants Pass Saturday.
Tho standard bred stallion. Kins
Seal. Xo. G113S. record 2:11 U. over
half tulle track made last September
nt nncouver, B. C, will make a short
season before racing this year. Feo
$25.00 to Insure. T. L. Tayzor, own
Sunday being a rare spring day,
Mcdford people took to tbo hills and
streams. Bear creek was tho far
orlto haunt of the fishermen, though
any number went over to Rogue
river. Any number autoed Into the
Every square of Valley Pride But
ter U guaranteed, because It's pas
BattUte. the deaf Mcdford pitcher
signed with tho Portland team In tho
Northwest League, pitched a two hit
game at Seattle Saturday, but lost
through poor support. The local
man struck out five and walkd the
Savo money. Use Plate Ice. Mcd
ford Ico & Storago Co. Phono 2C4.
Heat lightning filled tho J-avow
Saturday night, and deep ro. of
thunder glnddeued tho nearts of i ar
nier residents of tho Middle West
cyclono belt. Tho electricity zlg
zngged through the sky In spectacu
lar curlecues, and teemed to center
over Ml. Wagner. Now mid then a
flash would Illuminate that peak,
with tho brightness or day. All tho
thunder was In tho north and cast.
Such outbreaks of tho elements aro
very rare In this section and wns
caused by tho heat of tne cay.
Mlllc nnd cream at DeVoo's.
lko Krldescr will lcavo the last
or tho week ror Phoenix. Arizona, to
follow his trade plastering. In that
city plaktorers receive tho sum of $10
dlvm, nnd Mr. l-'rldeger has a Job.
Got tho best mado In Jackson
county, and It's pasteurized Valley
l'rldo Butter. 2
Tho Oregonlan Sunday prints n
quarter pago cut of Bud Anderson
on his ranch near Vancouver, know
ing tho pigs and dogs, that the for
mer lightweight has annexed. The
picture also shows Al Snther. Iiud'
most domoiiBtratlvo follower, his
boil nnd Mrs. Sather. Tho story that
accompanies tho cut, Indicates that
nil Is not woll with Bud and his for.
jnor manager, Dick Donald. It takes
surcastlc flings ut Donald for mak
ing tho statement that "Bud was
nothing but, n preliminary fighter
Kctllutf $75 a fight."
C, M. lllchards Is homo ugaln
Pluuo tuning ordors rocclved. Phono
sua. . .. .. .
Jloyal Jlukery goodsiODovoes
Weeks McGowan Co.
J)y 1'itcHM sHiT
uuli V. W. U'w-ks IV-f
I flu A. K. On 7M
J. A. Perry hns returned front a
business trip to California.
" Don't bo deceived. Uso Pinto Ice.
Mcdford Ico & Storage Co. Phono
C. .1. Smith, candidate for the
democratic nomination for governor,
passed through Medford Monday en
route to Klamath Falls on an elec
tioneering trip. , ,
Postcards 75c per dozen this week
at Up To Date Studio, 232 Hast Main.
Harry C. FoMfcr, who Is In charge
of surveys nt Sterling mine, report
that mining operations will soon be
in full blnst.
You may get cheaper butter, but
none as good for loss price. Kal
Valley Prldo Butter, no other butte.
In Southern Oregon made by our
Hugh C. Mitchell, former fish cul
turUt In lhargo of llogue river
work, recently stationed on the
White Salmon. Wash., has been as
signed to California and will slo;i
over In Medford a day this week on
his way lo his new field.
Special for Sunday, Nepollun
brick velvet Ice cream. Phone 4 Si
Miss Mildred Gerlg and other uni
versity students who spent the Kaa
tor vacation in Mcdford, returned
Sunday to Eugene.
Plato ice. guaranteed clear, hard,
pure. Mcdford Ico & Storage Co.
Bert Farrell of Talent Is in tho
city today attending to business mut
ters. Eat pasteurized butter. Valley
Pride Butter Is pasteurized, buy lt.24
Do you know that Valley Pride
JUutter is pasteurized? Insist on
your grocer furnishing it. Patronize
home Industry. 21
The lT. of O. presented "The Pro
fessor's Lovo Story" at the Page
Theater Saturday night to a largo
audience. Edison Marshall or this
city was one or the leading charac
ters, and received quite n welcome
on his first appearance. The play
was well presented. This city was
tho end of the tour, and the students
left Sunday morning for Eugene.
Say clear, pure Plato Ice. Med
ford Ico & Storage Co. Phono 264.'
Arthur lnnes of Montague, Cal., U
spending a few days In tho city at
tending to business matters.
Why not have your Insurance In a
big company? Holmes the Insurance
Man. Is the agent.
Miss Ina Cochran who has been
visiting friends and relatives in this
city during the Easter vacation, re
turned Sunday to Eugene to resume
her studies at the V. of O.
See Tumy for rire Insurance.
T. B. Vlnlng or Ashland spent
Sunday In Mcdford visiting friends.
Bobby Brevard who has been In
tliccnst since tho first of the year, re
turned to the Rogue river valley
Add to directory, Whlte'c Velvet
Ice cream factory, phone Xo. 4S1-R.
Thomas Vestal of Eagle Point Is
attending to business matters in tho
city today attending to business.
Fresh Hmo. Medford Lbr. Co.
II. J. Cole of Hilt. Cal., Is In the
city today on his weekly visit.
J. O. Gerklng, the best all aronnd
photographer In southern Oregon
Alays reliable. Negatives made any
where, time or place. Studio 228
Main St. Phono 320-J.
I). II. Croncmlllcr or Jacksonville
visited friends In this city Saturday.
Manila, chocolate nnd White's spe
cial Ico cream for Sunday. Phono
W. K. Pursell of Ituch was a busi
ness visitor In Medford Saturday.
Kodak finishing, glossy cr dull fin
ish at J. O. Gerklng's studio, 228 E.
Main St. Phone 320-.
W. E. Hammell of Eagle Point ,s
attending to business matters In the
Ray La Mar says go to Orres &
La Mnr. 20C W. Main, for cleaning,
pressing and alterations. Phono 5S8
It. Carkln & Taylor, lawyers. (John
H. Carkln, Glenn O. Taylor), Has-klns-Boyden
Bldg., Main street.
Little chick feed $2.25 per 100 at
Watklns & Co. feed store, 397 South
If your grocer doesn't handle Xow
town bakery goods phono 4 4C and
your ordor will bo delivered promtply.
Parisian halnlresslng parlors 129
M. F. & H. building, shampoo, hair
dross, btalp treatments, manlcuro.
facial massage, hair delug and
bleaching; iito tho best FrenchJ
dyes. I alio make b witch oh and
curls, etc. Phone 157-J, elevator
WASHINGTON. Apul -'' I'm-'-ili'iit
Kecrcliiry Tumuli v mtinuinl
llllu (mill) Illill llll' pl'Oallltilll Will I'OH-
tvY nt H o'clock lomgli I mill Sucre
liilict Hr im, (luriiai'ii nml Daniel.
hut plans ii.i lult(i notion H'M'T'I
4 10 1 GAME
The baseball game on tho local
diamond yesterday afternoon was
well attended nnd despite tho heavy
gale blowing across the field, the
game was very creditable ball-play-lug
for n first of the season game.
Tho two ten ins which represented
Grants Pass and Medford .wcro com
posed of plaers from every spot In
the llogue river valley large tuough
to secure a. post office. Sliortv
.Miles and Ottrley Wilson, tho former
nlnylng second nnd the latter catch-
Im:. won tho game by t:io, some
what close score or 4 to 1 Mile
and Wilson had as their assistants, a
pitcher named Osborne, said to bo a
brother or the speedy Grants Pass
twlrler seen here In farmer years.
Ills delivery was rast. but like '"Sep
tember .Morn." had nothing on It.
WILSON READS MESSAGE
(Continued from pac 1.)
vessels npprencliiin: lt It Me.icuu
eonK transports deiwituu: with
trooiH nml murines! nnd -oldier en-
training for trnte;:io HinK The
president s incense was hs follow t
'(Jcnllemen of the iWjnv: It
i- my duty to call your attention
Mtuution which has nri-en in our
tlcnlingx with General Viclorinua
Hitertn nt Me.xiea City, which enlU
for notion, nnd to u-k your mlvico
nnd eo.ojemtion in netin-; itinin it.
"On the ihh of April n paymaster
of the I'niteil States -hip Dolphin
landed nt Iturhide bridge, lumlini:
nt Tnmpico with a wlmlebont nnd
boat's crew In take off certain -up-lilies
needed by the Milp, nnd while
cni;iigcd in loudinsr the boat was ar
retted by mi officer anil -ipunl of
men of the nnuy of General Ilucrtit.
Neither the pninii-ter nor mix one
ill the crew was unned. Two of the
men were in the boat when the iirnM
took place nnd were obliged to lcae
it nnd Mibniit to lie taken into cus
tody, notwitlitaii(lini; that the boat
carried, both at her bow and at her
stem, the fins of the United Slate-.
The" officer who mnde the arrest
was yreeeedinj: upon one of the
streets, of the town with his prison
ers when met by an officer of higher
authority, who ordered him to return
to the landing nnd await orders, and
within nn hour and a half from Die
time of the nrre-t orders were receiv
ed from the lomiiiniider of the Huer
tist lorces at Tnmpico for the release
of the paymaster nnd hU men.
The relca-e was followed by ajxil-
odes from the commander and Inter
by an expression of regret by Gen
eral lluertii himself. General Huerta
urged that martial law obtained at
llii) timo nt Tnmpico; that orders had
been issued that none should be ill
lowed to land ut Iturhide bridge, and
that our s.-iilors had no rijjlit to bind
Our naval commanders ut the port
had not been notified of any siinh
prohibition, and even if they had
been, the only jjistilinhle course open
to the local authorities would have
been to request the paymaster and
his crew to withdraw nnd to lodjje n
protest with the comimindiu;: officer
of the fleet.
Admiral Mayo regarded the arrest
us o serious an affront that lie wu
not satisfied with the apologies of
fered, but demanded that thu fla of
the I'nitcd States be naluUd with
special ceremony by the military
commundor of the port.
The incident ciiuimi be icnrdeil
as a trivinl one, cjccially tin two of
the men arrested weio taken from the
jiont i(r.elf that is to say, from ter
ritory of the I'uitcd States; hut hud
it stood by itself it miht luivo been
attributed to the fcnnmnco or nrro
tsunve of a single ofjiecr. Unfor
tunately it whs noj, an isolated case.
A seric of incidents Imve recently
occurred which cannot but create the
impiepsion that lepieseidutives of
General lluerta Worn willing to go out
of their way to show dreirnriJ lor
tio iliL'iiity and rights of this ;(i
eminent, and felt perfectly safe iu
iloiny what they plein-ed, making fret
to hlimv in inijiiv ways llieir irritatiuu
A few duvo uftr (lie incident ut
Tnmpico mi orderly fiom the United
.States ship .Minnonotu win arrested
ut Vera Cruz, while ashore iu iiiiiloiin
lo obtain the ship's until nml was for
a lime thrown in jnil.
An otheiiil ilixinch from tlii
jroveiiiiiient to il eniliiiy in .Mexico
City s withheld by the iiiilliorilie
of the lelerniliic -ertiee until pel
oiiiplonlv ilfiiiMiidcil In our clnue
il'iiMiiiie. iu person.
Ko far in mm lenrn, ucli wioiik
liiul iiuiio unci'" IniH' been siil fei ill
to occur oiilv humiii-I rcpni'iili-Iim-s
of I lie I iiiliil Htnlc. lnm
la unl oi no I'liiiijiiKiiiU fioui iin
Snhscipicut cxplntiiuion nnd form
ill upotogies did not uujl could not
nlteV tho popular imptv-ion which
it is possible it bud been the object
of the Hucrtista authorities' to clo
nic, thai the uoverjuucitt of thi'jl'uit
ed Stales was belli-: siiniled out and
instil ho .singled out with impunity,
for slights and nl front- iu retaliu
tion for its icfusal to rceognixe llie
pretentions of General llucita to he
regarded s the eoustitutionnl pto
xisioual piesidcut of the icpuhlio of
Sltnat ltn latolci-iiblo
The mnuifest daiucr of such a sil.
ualiou was. (but neh ol lenses might
row fnini bud to worse until sonic
Ibiiijr happened of so gios-, and in
tolerable a Milt us to lend dltcctly
and inevitably to armed coutlict.
It was accessary that the npologies
of General Huciln and his repicseu
tntixes .Munild go much further; that
they should he siieh as to uttnict- the
attention of the whole popiihiliou U
llieir si:nificiiuco mid such as to im
prest upon General llucr.u him-clt'
the necessity of seeing lo it that no
further occasion for exphiuntioii
and professed regrets should urise.
I therefore felt it m duty to sus
tain Admiral Mayo in the whole ol
his demand and insist that the (tag
of the United States should be -n-luted
iu such a way as to indicate a
new spirit and attitude on the pint
of the llueitistus.
Such absolute General lliieita hits
refused and 1 luixe come to ask juur
approval and .support iu the course
t now pioposo to pursue,
lloKt to Audit War
This government cm., I earnest
Iioik. in no ciieiiiiistniit'Cs be ftm-rtl
into war with the jssiplc of .Mexico.
Mexico is torn by civil strife. If we
nro to accent the tests of its own
constitution, it bus no government.
General llueitu litis set his power up
in Mexico City, such tin it is, without
right nnd bv methods for which there
cmt be no justification. Only il part
of the country is under his control.
If mi nmicil conflict should iiuhnu-
pilv come as it result of hi- attitude
of iier-ounl resentment toward this
government, we should be fighting
only General lluerta and those who
mlliere to him, mill give him their
siipiMirt, and our object would be
only to restore to the people of the
districted rciiublie the right' lit set 'up
ngain their own l.i'wjs and t licit own
Hoh-s ii.fAYeit War
Hut I cnriit-stly "li'opc wur is not
now iu question "t believe I .speak
for the Ameriemi psuplc when I av
that we dout desire 'to eoutiol iu tiny
degree tho affairs of our sjtur te
public. Our feeling for the people ol
.Mexico is one of i(erp and gcniiiuu
friendship, and cvervthiug that vnt
luivo so far done or refrained from
dninjr has prnecedcii'Trom our iWsjre
to help thr-m, and 4io to hinder vr
"e would not wish even to exer
cise our good office of friendship
without their welcome and consent.
The people of .Mexico are entitled to
settle their own dometio tiffuirs in
their own way and wo sincerely de
sire to respect llieir right.
The present situation need have
none of the -j rave implications of in
terfercuee if we deal with it propipt
ly, firmly mid wicly.
No doubt I could do what is neces
sary in the circimitnuces to enforce
respect for our government without
recourse to coultcss and jet nut ex
ceed my constitutional hiucis us
president; but I ilont wish to net. in
a matter possibly of so grave cimim
ipiences, except in it)os conference
mill co-oper. tion with both senate
nnd house. I theiefore cmuc to nsk
your aiinroval Unit .1 shouM iimi the
armed forces o the Suited Sthtc lh
such ways mid In such extent its may
he necessary to obtain from General
lluerta mid his adherents the fullest
recognition the rights nnd dignity
of the United Mates, even amidst
the distressing conditions now, un
happily obtaining in Mexico,
There can, in what we do, lie no
thought of aggression or of selfish
aggrandizement. seek to iiimu-
tniu the ilipiity ami iHitborit.v of the
United States onlv. because we wish
always to Keep our g.icut inlluencc
llllllilliaiinil for the use3 T Iiboitv.
both iu the United Ststcs njul vJici'v
ever rise It iiiiiv he emrihiyeiLJ'otlie
bene! it of iiuii)l.iiidr
TOO LATH 10 Cl4ASHIFy '
Vblt SALE Oil TltADIv-Uy own.U
.1 ncra chlckon and' -berry tancll,
cIoho to city limits of Medford, now
bungalow, barn and oilier build
lugs. Address box mil, Medford.
I'Oll HALE Cheap, farm and gnrden
tracts, 10 ucroH and up, cany luruu.
Win. J. Scott. IIS S. Ivy Ht. ,30
LOST Red and yellow purl blood
hound pup. 0 mouth old. Re
turn to Charlie Voiiiik. 2fi
WANTED Young team, prttfenibly
iiiuics, 1200 ItiW or over, with Imr
iiikm uud wugon J'liiiie LIU. 27
FOIt KENT 0 room fnniUlicd
hoiiae, clone In plniio nml steppr
HiK ("Till Cull (10C,
ollior goM'ininetit (of sunilni
DAVIDSON 10 SPEAK
TO FRUIT GROWERS
Oiehnrdlsta nnd fruit Kioworn of
the Itotsno river vitlluy iuo Invited lo
hear II V. Davidson of Hood River,
president of the Xorth Pacific Krnll
Dlstrlliutors, who haudlo (ho bulk if.
the uortlnvesl crop, nnd Wllpier SIck
sulos mmuiKor of the same, speak at
the public llbtarv at Medford Tiles
day oveulns, on tho "Need of t'o
operation. In Mntketluu .Fruit "
The, talks will bo hIouk llue suiv'
Iuk tut' .need of Krowom KeltlpK to
aether and cuttliii; out tno ronsiHii
lucnt to coiumlsslou houe if the
ovporlenre of 15)12 Is, to be avoided
TO DE ISOLATED
(Continued from pis t.l
per cent of those who are leitviu.
Mexico City will embark. If I'leUler,
cannot charter enough snips minis
will lie scut nnd If necessary Hiom'
of the Pimnma railroad will bo used
The president wits hopeful nil
Americans would be out of the conn
try next week Most of tho women
nnd children have already sent.
Ilnnlu's t'n-sli Insult
That General Carruusn will Join
forces with President lluerta the
American chief executive wus known
to believe was unlikely. It was ad
mitted, however, that II would bo at
least IS hours before ho could lenrn
definitely what Cnrrnnia's attitude
Hiiertn'M final attempt to force
the United Statos recognition throiiKlt
n protocol was regarded ns a graver
Insult thnn even the Tnmpico Inci
dent, since It was Interpreted .is
meaning that America cannot he
trusted to keep Its word, given by
Admiral Muvo. to return a Mexlen'i
salute of the stars mid stripes.
France. Germany nnd England
have already offered to earn diplo
matically for American Interest In
'Mexico. It. was thought tho honor
would go to Franco.
Tho powerx were notified official
ly of the United Slntes' brook, with
Mexico, and It wiu said all gave
their uintunllfleil approval.
Secretary Bryan took to the white
house the text of all ronnnunlratluiis
exchanged between tho Washington
and Mexico City ailnilnlslnitMiM
and part of them will lie Incor
porated In President Wilson's ad
dress to rongrcM.
(Continue. 1 from Vnge 11
.li.mutidcwl bv the sillllltioll.
The pn-iiU'iit rumnrked that hi
Mexico Cttv mlview were in tlto ei-
...., iliui il.a I'urniwu ililllollllalc rell-
reseti III live iliere wore urxinK Uucrtn
The nt in v nnd nvy, he said.
would he held in check awaiting de
velopment. One 'thiiiK he especially urged the
correspondent lo remember -that
the ailministratioii hm. not lost pa
tience nml that to li'-o patience would
be a weakness .
LOSES WEATHER SERVICE
(Continued rrnui psgo 1.)
Wlls ilisiifficieiil. Thole Mlc illicidv
five i"i-opcruiive inetcinohiglcal sta
tioiif. ni tin1 vallav Vcudletoii at Ta
ble Hock; Help, Central I'oinl, lit"
crest, llollvwoiul mid Smitli at Tal
ent. This letter menu that one more
will In) provided for in tin city. Such
a Minion culls foe a dml record ol
temperature which is mailed to I'oil-
laiid nionthlv. DiuiiiL' tlia moiilh
nnd n hulf of fro.-. I duller these
leadings mo teleraplnil in mid Hit
observer reeuitco 10 per month dur
iii that pcrM, or i'l-'i per aiinuw.
A "siiccinl" iiicleorologicnl station,
such us maiiilninrd under I'lolessor
O'Garp, called for stindmr iu dml.v
T FOR TIRED
Alii what relief. No mora tired feut;
no ineru bunilng ftct, hwoIIvii, lud sincll
'iriK, sweaty feet. No uiore pain in rows
i-iill(iii-s pr liuiilonn
til voilr feet
or wfiut under
tlio mm you'vo
lust u "TJH."
Ollt Ull till) K)1-
tloim which pull
No matter what
up tlio fl-l
"Tl." U mag.
b-sli "IW." U
will cure your
foot IruiililiM so
jiui'll never limp or draw up your (
In pain, Vour kbosa woli'l snii tlu'il
Miid jour fid will iievsr, invir hurt
Urt 'irc, swollen or tired,
Hit s M cut bo at "Y U"U "
dvi'sjtmcuV tvfc, ml j!t reiki
leiupeiiiluio mid liaioiiieliie leitihuuK
mid eanied u suhitv of ;f per
uiiiulh, ,vcnr loiiuil.
The t'oinmeiiiiil cluli iuleuilH lo
klep up n Meiinuts iiimpaiKii for u
rcxnliir wealhr huiciiu olceivalioii
slatiKii, Willi u ihpailuitiil Mian in
VjSBBSn l" HSSSSSSSa
' m m
I ssiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiB jfll
U, D. Tl. ..Hi or I'oillatiit, guest of
honor nt Meitluinls' llaiiiiie.
In order Umt there up no misunder
standing ns to tho Merchants associa
tion banquet Moudnv night. It ts
advertised to be given at u.30 la Ht
Mark's hall, and hhIUoU wilt not l
Inter than ' p. m. mid will be over In
tlmo so ull who doslro may itlloud
either tho Page tlisfttto. th club
dnnro or the I O O. I', meeting The
Indies of .St. Mark's guild will servo
IC. 1). Tlmms, an exrellont talkc
ii ml n iiieinlier of the Portland A I
club will nddrtMM tho meeting on the
Invitation of tlio local aaSHKlatlou and
ever) member should attend, no that
the visitor may have a cordial wel
come. Th riirtnlu st tho I'ngo will not go
up until S.I& ami thu club dmirv will
comniottM at 9 p. ui.
I. miles, our gtinranleod specially
wrapad bread nt II. & O. null store
N'ewtown Ilnkery. XV
A WOMAN DOCmit
m). "Rugeules Is a iiecsssr) factor I
In tb ftnr of tlio rae. Th aver-1
age American girl Is unfit for moth J
orlioott " 'l'tils may be true, but If ,
weak and alllug girls pnstitug from
glilhood to womuuliood. would onlv
rvly. a thousaniU do. upon L)dln K. i
Plukhmu's Vosnttnblo ('omptiiind
that simple ri'iawd) made from roots
mid herl'i to reilore the s)'til to-
normal, licit I tin coiidlllou. It would
use nimn Ills from whlih they I
-ufier to i.sapiear su that mother
hood might I'l-ruuie the Joy of their;
CHICHESTER S PILLS
lr.,kjii. I L'.tlnl.Ai. .rt.tM14
Time now lo arrange Tof
Codling .Moth Sjiiay. We
slai'l lliis weel;. I''irs( in
first sprayed, i'lione 77o.
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I'llUla tl.J ' '-U fi,ISV I
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Tk mm vlkr. Il.T.riwif v '
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iuaVomi I IJV.MI I'll.ls. !-
Light housekeeping llcnt by week or mouth only.
A ipilot, refined homo for pen; 'o -Alio like lonifort moro than uln
ttmico, uud rents well within tho limit or tholr pocl.uthooku,
Kiimmor rutoa. nverylblug moilerit uud up-to-iluto,
2 17 .South Klversldc. Look us up.
BUY PURE ICE
VHINllAmS DiKlilled Waler lee is
ENDORSED BY ALL PHYSICIANS
For Quielf l)elieiies, IMione Til
II. Weinhard's Ice Depot
The Oppoiluully Is lloie, Itiitl.eil by
Don't tako our word for It,
Don't dopetul on u slraugor'H etalo
ment. Head Mcdforil ouitorsomuul,
Iteml tho stnlemontt of .Mtnlfdul
ud deihlo for jonrsHilf.
Hero Is olio esi) of II.
(.' C Kribs, ttriicur, W Mnlg Ht.,
Mediord, Ore, sajs: "I nufterqd
rr.ni n dull ache In (b small of inr
'.ik for months. The hlilm.r
u tint) i wi n uniintural and I hud
ti I- lo lu couliollnig (hem, I flu
nil i ol a suppb of Dunn's ICIdiutf
1 ills and tool, two or thrno Iom.
T r i :ilii lilt no' and mv klilnovs iiih
r n. lu umrh better shniio. I wtlllug.
I. i nui'iii the eHdiimeiniMtt I ,gnvo
D nut a Ixidue) Pills several ;mrt
a-o w I cu I IIvhI In Madiiua, .Minn.
I vMlllugl) allow ou to publtah thai
I statement liciu for the beuoflt of
Pries Mlc. at nil dmilorn. Don't
sliuplv ask for n kidney mined) got
Doittt s Kldtie) PHI the smut) that
.Mr Krlbbs had Fostur.Mllbuni
l , ProiNi , lluffitlo. N. Y.
Von Want Vour
To Ho Treated Carefully
tiring Them Hero for IKivulopIng and
Till: HWK.M VITIUOS
U'"J West .Main Si, Mi-dfoiit, Ore,
Tlit1 laiid of stiiisliitii' jiml
llii!'" I'lojis ii vciir. If inh'i'
P. B. Fuller
Four year in t lu Wonr
Is one of the most omcii
tlnl articles of ever) bonus
wlfo mid shu must nuvo tho
best to do satisfactory Mining.
Three of thu best hard
wheat flours on tno market
mid ask that Miu lot us sup
ply your wauls In Oils lluo.
ICvorjtlilng lu veMDtnhtiw
mid fruits nltvavs at this storo.
.Second door cm.t first Na
tional 1 la ilk Phono J.'iZ