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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNH. MrciTFORD. ORKOOX. TIUTRS1)AY. .IVfiY 0, 101-
A distinguished gentleman Una
ered In llio city this week, and no
body Knew It. Ho gave tho daln
immc of Jones, and tnovo glory had
detmttfcd frorit htm. tnnn cdtnes to
most-humans. Ho line been city edi
tor of tho llnltlmore Sun, suburb An
editor of the New York World, nnd
lmihnclng editor rtr Oio Kansas City
Slnr. llo said ho tolled ltooseve.lt
Tedily, nnd hd slept xsader tho Mini
blohkots with Hill llry&n. Then? Is
not n great nctof of tho last SO cars
wlio did not (nil hlm friend. Ho linn
pnrtaktmtoo Ilttth of solids, nnd too
much o.r; liquid the Inst five year
If ho could stny here lilt Guy Hntes
1'oist came July 31, there would ho
nothing too good for hlm. Hut he
could not wait nnd swung under the
Shasta Limited Thursday morning
Sfo U. II. McCurdy for Aetna Fi
delity nnd Surety ltonds.
0er J9ri.000.000.0d back of our
fire policies. Holmes the Insurance
Ad Schuster, formerly the Mall
Tribune, has a column or "Jolts and
Jingles,", which, wero n feature bf
tho Mall Tribune, In tho San Fran
' Don'tjferget" to try the new meat
stalls November 13 and 14 tn tho
public market. 94
Mr. and Mrs. George I). Carpenter
left yesterday for San Francisco.
They will return after n few days at
Dol Mouto In their new I'eugot tour
J. O. Gerklng, the best nil around
photographer In southern Oregon
Always reliable. Ncgatlrcs mado any
where, tlmo or place. Studio 22S
Main St. Phono 3 20-J.
ltay Campbell of Grants Pass spent
the first of the week In Medford on
Holmes Insures homes.
Hobby Evans, who will bo remem
bered by tho fight fans oj this city,
for . his ham an' battles with KII
Dixon In this city, Is now tho "Pride
of Itcrclstoke, H. C." Ho has de
feated Kid-Mack, Itoughouse. Charley
Hums, lind several others. How ho
manages to escape lyncnlng at tho
hands' of 'the hnrdy coat miners of
Itevolstoke Is a mystery to any num
ber of Medford fans, unless he has Im
proved 1000 per cent In tho last IS
Kodak finishing and supplies -ar-j
Weston's Camera Shop. Over Isis
Police Judge Gay returned this
morning from Salem where he went
with a juvenile delinquent for the
Carkln & Taylor, lawyers. (John
II. Carkln, Glenn O. Taylor), Has-klns-Doydcn
HldgM Main street.
A thunderstorm broRo over the
valley Wednesday arternoon, rain
following in the Central Point and
aEgle oPInt districts. One crash of
thunder was almost deafening.
Try a "Spitz" cigar, best Be cigar
on tho market. "
Janet, the youngest daughter of Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. K. Qulsenberry Is very
Hay for salo. W. II. Everhard,
A number of Itogue river valley
progressives are losing sleep nlghbi
for fear Roosevelt will bo Induced to
run for governor of Now York, and
thus kill himself off for tho presi
dential rare In 191 G, and another de
feat A "King Spitz" cigar Is home made
Try one, Gc.
News that a speed cop would be
put on to watch for speeders had the
effect of slowing down drivers. Not
knowing who the new cop Is autolsts
and motorcyclists eye ail with sus
picion. Hast Main, North IUversldo.
and Oakdnle are tho fuvorlto speed
ing spots for the machlnos.
Tho V. W. Shnplelgb Hardware
company has the best and cheapest
hose in town. Prices on everything
Abnor Whltson of North Yakima Is
among the out of town visitors n
tho city this weok.
Only one kind of kodak finishing
nt Weston's Camera Shop, that's the
besti Over lets Theater,
MIbb Frances Kenrty of Jackson
ville visited for a few tiours 'n this
city Wednesday afternoon.
Tho finest equipment in Oregon for
printing fruit lubcls. Medford Print
Frank Jnmleson or Sliver Lake,
Oregon, Is spending r. tow dnyH In
tho city attending to business mat'
drder your fruit labels of the Med
ford Printing Co. and keep tho money
John Volpu of Ashland wss u busi
ness yUltur lu the city Wednesday
afternoon und evening.
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Weeks ft McGowan Co.
HUM V. W. W4t IDft-JII
rfwbM A, K. Orr t7-M
Al Gnrretson spent Wednesday nt
tending to business mix t tors on tho
Applegnte, and rtn tho return trip met
I: thh Medford expedition tfo Crescent
'city, composed of Freeborn Gnrret
son, -Mcre liarueii, anunr nnmiiinn,
and Farley Johnson, According to
Mr Gnrrettson, cooking utensils are
cached in every hollow tree between
Kuch nnd Jacksonville. They nro
! making the trip by wheels, nnd jes-
terday afternoon wero Intent on
tightening their loads, hoyllke, throw
ing away nil their bread to this end
Young Gnrnctt broke the forks of
his wheel, and had to return to this
city for a now one Tho expedition
was organized by Uncle Tom Hatha
way, who mapped out tho mute, nnd
arranged the food list.
Get It nt IlnVnn's.
1 Tho first batch or prohibition lit
erature far nnd ngnlnst, In the com
ing campaign has been recehed, an 1
Is being posted throughout the val
ley. Tho Uagley Canning company nt
Talent are paying 3U cents per
pound for loganberries delivered In
bulk, boxes and crates not required.
Clean, fresh rlpo berries wanted. 93
County CotnnilnMoners Joe Smith
of llogue River and Con Ixovcr of
Central" Point ore visitors In the
. Groceries at De Voo's.
C. W. Clarke of Talent spent
Wednesday In tho city on business.
Kodak finishing the best, nt Wes
ton's Camera Shop. Over lata Thea
tor. Mlsc Ksther Poole who makes her
home with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Watklns
at ion Knst Klcventh. lias Just re
turned from a two weeks visit with
her father, Frank Poole, of Stockton.
If you want a lithographed fruit
label Instead of a printed one, see
us. we are agents for Schmltz Litho
graph Co. Medford Printing ro. '
W. Jones of the U. and II. shining
parlors reported to the police Inst
night, that somebody had entered his
home on east Main 8:rcet Wednes
day, smashed over a trunk nnd stolo
$S0 In gold, and a 'savings bank con
taining 23 In sliver. The police aro
Investigating the robbery, but ho ar
rests have been made. An automatic
revolver was taken.
Don't forget the lard sale, stalls
13 and 14, public market, Satur
Supervisor Grlckson of the forest
service wilt leave the first o fthc week
for a ten days trip through the
llutto Kails district.
Dr. Myrtle Loekwood will limit her
office hours during July and August
fd Monday, WVdheJday- and Friday,
2 to 4 p. m. 97
A couple of drunks appeared be
fore tho police court this morning
and received fines of ?2 and costs,
which they paid.
Reduced prices on all garments
during July and August. Mrs. My
ers, dressmaker at Deuel's store. 98
Experienced young woman desires
a position as assistant bookkeeper or
cashier, or any kind or office work.
No stenography. L. M., Colonial
Orcbardlsts are spraying for rod
ling moth this week. There Is ver
little blight in tho valley at present
owing to the. dry weather, in com
parison with this time last year.
Call Mitchell for Vawn mower trou
bles Phono 2C.
Screen doors at Medford Lbr. Co.
Mrs. Jonen has another big lard
sale Saturday, booth 3. public
II. 11. Cady, Jim Ilutler and Charles
Carlton hnvo returned from a few
days fishing trip on Lake creek, and
report a fine tlmo and lots of good
Tho Seventh company will hold a
Miss Mnrjorlo Gregg of Ashland !s
visiting friends and relatives in thl
city for a few days.
Fruit labels artistically printed In
any and all colors. Medford Print
Walt till Saturday to buy your
lard, big sale on at booth 3, public
W. T. nuchanan, publicity agent of
the Portland Railroad, Light and
Power company, spent Thursday In
Until July 15 we will recclvo ordors
for special three cotor apple and pear
stationery at cut prices reduced
from 98.50 to 14,00 with your busi
ness card thereon. Medford Printing
Fred II, FopkliiB of Central Point,
who recently returned from an nuto
trip to Lnkovlow, was a Medford vis
itor Thursdays ',
Wo JinVe a $3500 press, recently
Installed especially for printing fruit
lubols. .Medford Printing Co.
Jim nnd Henry Dates leave Monday
for Jlonil, Oregon, going by auto and
stopping ut Crater Lake, and other
points of Interim. Mrs. James Hates
will go with them.
Medford Conservatory rednct'd pri
ces for music lessons begin July 1st,
Advuneod students will be taken at
the samo low price as beginners,
Open ull summer, 31 Orupo street. "
Charles Cooley has left for Yrekn,
Cal., to lake chance of n lumber 'tril
for his father.
J. K, Knvnrt loft Thursday lo spend
H low duy visiting J. W. Hwrnnvy Rt
the latler's rowl rohslriii-lliiii cuinn
lit I hit HUkfoom
YANKS' HARD WORKING ALL AROUND GOOD MAN
ft ffij5ttwi'sF TOmlttTOrawVH 1
I SKWAUH. Vslnskn, July D.U -Tho
'stenuiHlilp l)HIU) arrived from the.
I Alaska peninsula todny with 31 muliu
hers of tho shlpwrerkod Aptorkan
whaler Unphcnd, of Snn Fnuiclscu,
: which vmis lost nt Citslln Cripe iluilut
u ttule on the night n June 27, Cup-
I ill ii G. W. Taylor suld Hint ho left
I'hlgnlk the night before, hut was tin-
Juble to make hendwny. The tlitvhend
jftrurk nbnui 300 feet Inside the eiid
tot the enpu. All bancs took to tho
'bonis. Tlio bark wont tinder In fiv.
minutes. The lo Is estimated nt
4t.U0O on the ship nltd enrtto or
!:i0i) Riithms of sperm tll. Tlio
crew took refuge In the lee of tho
'rock until the gale bud spent Its
fury, nnd then sailed tn Chlgulk,
) where they wore ploked u(i. ('aplnlii
Tnlor commanded the wlmler (Irivm-
pus when she was lost tu the leu off
Point Harrow lu IU0I.
I Captain Me.Mullett of the Dlrlgo
isn th crew of the Oayhend ninken
i loo shipwrecked picked up by him
'during five years In western Alaska
waters, most of the tlmo ns rtiiu-
, muuder of the Dora.
' The Gm' m sailed from San Fran-
elsro October 4, 1912.
LAW PASSES HOUSE
u ' '1 '
WASIIINtlTON. Jul)' U- Tho
Rueker hill, to amend and rodlfy cum
pitlitn publicity lawn, today passed (he
limine, it would extent: existing re.
tiulretueuts to senators who wtuo not
elected by pt))uilnr Vole when thii,ui.
glunl liw wits passed nnd HlilllH the
nmutiuw of money whleh uutlounl po
litical cnmmlUeeo may send Into
NEW nENEHAL STHIKF.
THREATENS ITALIAN LINES
. : . v ' '
RHMK, Julv H. A rit-!t 8'tt"nl
rltike or the eiiiihtM of (lie lliiluili
iiiilnmiN ik Ihieuleiieil for Sntunlnv
nod the uiixeriuiieiit un tnkcii evlen
nle ureeHtitlonniv tiniiiiVlt.
XRW OIII.KANS, l.n .Inly II.- Dr.
WillliHli ('. Itilelier of the jiuhlle
lienlth serxiee, fully otitiiliireil ndu,
his ltil-entehlnir rutrim ntul dUlult
llteil llli'lu In nil Iell- (if Hie tlt Sn.ht
fill' iiiiiik ill' lln rnU nniiiliiiil liii' I tint",
dhow ii iiiiv wyiiiploiiiH of hiihiiiiic
lliteiuil uox'ki linuilil iAW
tests of baUIng pow.
deN dlsehiHe the
fact that Aluminum
Compounds iih used
ML (flt( Itlls
hfe inoro wholesome Hutu
Cream of TuiIhi1 or Tni1.'
tnre Aehl used In (lie old
time Trust powder.
Wi(io Us for roily or ('. .
llullullii n'o; Km llopl. hf
AlwnjN one prlre, Ufte pound
CltlMI lT Ml'd. ('., Nentlle, Wic.li.
Wood, Shinies, Shakes
Leave utir orders at the Cast Hide
Wood Yard tor tho u inters supuly
reduced price. IMIviird mi)
nil 1'ie.t .Main Street
Kny Caldwell, stnr twlrler of the yanks, Is Chances hard working, nil !
arouiid man. who has wou alrout half the games for his team so far. lie
I pitching the greatest Ntll of Id career and ban been rushed Into countless
game to relleie it drooping fellow fllnger, to bat for a hopeless sticker In the
pinch or to sub for an Injured flrs sneker and has done everything bo has j
I'cen railed upon to do well nnd willingly.
CHICHESTER S PILLS ;
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yJJiJl -, mw.1 iu ium Kfc yf
I IW A? K.mm.UL. A.btl'llll li.H.TrilH
I A w FT
liar r t
!.(, M. Alk 4 I'll I I lit'
lli,OII(il llllMI l-ll.l.
lMalirrtS h".!, iHXkiM
(11 n HY RiJIfiTilSIS rVERYAllLW
I". M tk
i -r;xncKsarkj:t;7 ? trpi&rit,"
.1. K. OlinxteaiLls the first victim of
llm mwiil ran. lti ! dppii tinlnrec!
to report In the morning for trial for!
sieedint; Wednesday evening. I
Vance CoIvIr will leave Sunday for ,
Kuxene to Join n surveylnK party to , "' ' """""" ' wu ,w ' I IBBAJHWSjiHi I
Coos Ilayi In n month he will go tu
Alaska, nnd will bo a member of th- , ' ;w J "' ,'7 ,"' ,'" - ""' v- , rrTr prninirxTOV ,
first survey for the government rail-! '" r",,, ,, '"' ' '' ,'l'"' ?" YOUR LFFICIENCY
,,, whn-Ii trttvetex the Itarliarv Ciiiih, , , , ,
maa. I... . .... ., . depends larcelv tinon vour ovesluhc
iiiiiTiuii revenue oineers iiHeoverru n - ... . , ,, i
complete opium Mill, will, nil the ,,. ' , ,r,,l '" n "roal "
Aleck Coclinin.-, the proprielor, wn-lo tv si
nmwt.,1. .. pp iir Kiriprr NOW
k W AfAm 1UVUVI IIVII
IOWA PROGRESSIVES ARE
IN FAVOR OF A DRY STATE
I)KS MOINKS, la., July 9. Tho
progressive party In Iowa Is "dry."
After'flHltt wjiUlij -raged for hours
In the resolutions committee nn I later
In the convention proiwr. tho dele
gates went on record by a vote of ."5S
to l'S3 In favor of the following plunk
"We believe that tho manufacture
and sale of intoxicating liquor for n
beverage Is n social and economic
evil both stnto and national.
Hy smokfnIt. ftt. tho host Se
cigar on tho market.
in: knows now
Kliltn l-U OVi'f Deuel'
flrren TrndmR Ktainpa (llvru
I'lvorytiut' knows the V'onh It hns
lluil. cli'.'tn-i'til, lt'KMit1iil)lo look -lixlilni'&t
jui'I KtriMiKih in I'vci'y line.
ITS (1111 OIK fill' Stllll III lttlllllll'l-S lilt'
world over. It's populitr- lifi-jmst
il's u lu'JttM t'nrsolti s'.t n Iowit prict.
If.95 It the price of the Ford runabout; thn
touring rnr Is ICIfi f. o. b. Medford, complete
with equipment, (let catalog mid purttctilnri
G. E. GATES
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PRESIDENT'S COUSIN OPERATED
UPON FOR APPENDICITIS
WAKII1NOTON', July I). -Mi
Jtnry Smith of Kew Orleans eoli-i-in
of President WiUon, wax nHnit
ed nn for appendicitis lnt night nt
the Xnvnl luHpilul here by llr. I'urv
T. (JraVhi)ii, the pre-iilenl's iinviil
niile nnd pliy-m-ian. Mi-M Hiuith lui
been Htnviiiir nt the while house. It
wait i-aid todny her eoiiilitiiui win.
BILBO NOT GUILTY
OF SOLICITING BRIBE
JACKSON', Mi., July (I.-A ver
dict of not guilty iva returned hile
todny hy the jury in the cme of The
odore Hilho, lifiiteuunt governor of
.Misiinippi, ehnrgeil willi hidieiting u
FIFTEEN INJURED WHEN
GAS FURNACE EXPLODES
CLKVKLAN'D, O., July 0.- Fifteen
men wero injured, five probably fnl
nlly, when gnu exploileil in u I'linmee
of the ('iirrignn-.Mr-Kluuev Iron com
puny here litis afternoon. Thirteen
of the injured lire in u limjiitnl.
YALE OUTFIELDER SIGNS
WITH PITTSBURG NATIONALS
XEW IFAVKN', Conn., July !).
1'eler J. KnUoy, Vule outfieliler, who
wiik grnduutei last mouth, hiiicd
with the I 'ill hli ore N'ntionulH lodny.
He luiU unit thrown left-hiiiulcil und
Ih '22 year old,
ARRIVES AT NEW YORK
XKW YORK, July . (leneml
Lcopoldo IlupliKlii, uho iled 1'nuri
Veneziielii, where he wiik hceretniy
t'eiiernl to ex-l'icbiilent Oouiez, ur-
rivcd here lodny on his tvny to I'u-rope.
TOO LATH in CliASHIKV
WANTIJI) Have party to buy in to
2C ucres, small pun tu orchard,
balance ulfulfu or suitable for ul
fulfn, llenuett lliviistmeiit Co, li'i
FOIt HAI.IJ (iood tcrond hand five
pUHmiiiuer iittto In Ko'itl rniiiiliiif
cotulllloil Cull 721 J. Ui
Special July Clearance Sale
40-IN. PLAIN COLORED CREPES
Our regular (!f)c ntdc, special pi'icc
DRESS GOODS REMNANTS C0 Off
All Dress Goods Rcmiiitiifs up lo 2',
y.'frdH 1(111, we will sell for ju.sl. Ouo
5000 YDS. LACES, 0c
Tin's lot includes ull kinds ol Incus, vaU
uos up lo loc per yard, sptM-lal only..5'11
2! value Mlcachcd Turkifih. TowcIh,'
lionmic'd and ready for use, special a I.
15, two for .,25
Ladies' Fast Ulaek Cotton Nose, while
tjiey last, 21 pairs for.-. 2!
ECONOMY HOSE FOR CHILDREN
Made with -l-thread heels and joes and
jua'rnnleed tt) wear, all size,"ti jutirs
for '. .,25
HENDERSON CORSET, 8c
Made from good qualify camhrie, also
lite Simiiner eoi'sel with open iiiesli
weave, upeeial values 08
Sfiindard Prints, ('dailies, (liiighaius
and Sltirf ihks, special '1
llitdi and Imv'iiok's, illso lon,r or short
sleeves, values up to .fU, to close a(..'lf)
One lot Oiirtaiii Seriin to close out, spe
cial price 10
Childreirs Jlaiidkerehiefs, mado from
shamrock lawn, special, 2 for
Conies" with finft 'oven 'colored horiler
itnd'gual'anleed lo whsh, price 2fi
I'lcouomy Hose for ladies, blaek and tan,
guaranteed to give slit isfael ion, tvo
pairs for 25?
fliiildreil's HleevelesH N'esls 'Jty ITuion Hqimiv Hail' Net, H for Hty
Just Received New Line rof Blankets for Camping Outfits
I I l ty l J4 $ $ f l l 5 ty t ! j I 9 J l l 44 l ty $ t ;
H" tmm we