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1HMDPOU1) MAl.b TU1BUNM. MMOKUUI). OH.lXU)Ni VKinAY. AlHUTST 11, 1011
V, If. Kvorhnrd hna sold tho Joel
namplo houno on South Newtown to
AH silver plated warm nt cost.
Twmtyflo pur cent off on fila
waro, Martin .1. ltclldy.
HornTo tho wife of K. K. llrat
ry an SJ pound boy, August 13th.
Kverythlng In tho 8toro reduced ex
cept Big and T.lttlo Dens at Martin T".
noddy's moving sale. '
That tobacco can bo grown Mil
fnctorlty in tho Uoguo river alley la
demoniitrntcd by John Horning
Imperial addition ho l exhibiting
le,ics ot Sweet Hurlcigh grown from
Canadian peed, 32 Inches long. Mr.
Horning does not know anything
about tho cure ot tobacco and will bo
gjnd io furnish leaves to anyone fa
miliar with the curing process.
Automatic baso ball, that bran
now out door game, has arrived la
Mcdford. See It at DoVocs tonight.
Just went ot Hotel Mcdford.
A. 11 Dougell. manager ot tho Cal
ifornia Paper and Board mills of San
Francisco, Ith his wife and son. arc
spending a couple ot days la Med-
Tree props at tho Medford Lumber
Charles Malbocuf, formerly mana
gcr of tho Medford Commercial club,
now manager ot the Willamette vat-
ley branch of the Pacific Fruit Dis
tributors was a Mcdford visitor on
Thursday looking ocr the fruit sit
No flies on tho Pennant wrapped
Bread, Wo aro not advertising It,
just letting it have its way with the
people. Positively contains no alum.
Made, at Newtown Bakery. 142
Miss Etltabeth Putnam left Thurs
day for a week's visit at Crater Lafco
'with Superintendent Steel and family.
Only one kind of kodak finishing
at Weston's Camera Shop, that's the
best. Over Isls Theater.
A. It. I'arkhunsf, manager of tho
Crater lako company, was a Mcdford
visitor Thursday, returning In tho
evening with supplleo.
Parslan Hair Dressing Parlors.
Manicuring, gencrat work. M. F. &.
II. Dldg., phono 157-J.
Stato Treasurer Tom D. Kay and
Mrs. Kay passed through the valley
Wednesday returning from Crater
Lake which they reached via eastern
Oregon. Mrs. Kay was taken 111.
which presented an extended stay In
Hotel Modioli disuse room nov
peas at six a. m. and Is open all
Mlw lllcka ot San Diego, slater or
Elmer and Harry Hicks, hac arrived
to visit the former.
Groceries at De Voe'a.
Hugh Postnn, tho crack marks
man, left Friday after a coubUi of
das fishing in tho Rogue river, rio
is now coast agent for Hercules pow
der. Tho best what Is, Mountain Mea
dow butter at Fout's 132
The Elks lodge held a fish feed
Thursday nlfc'bl, Hogue river steel
head being serted. Past Exalted
Ruler Clarence Rearaes of Portland,
Porter J. Ncft and others, made
speeches A musical program was
given. It was one .of tho most suc
cessful meetings In the history of tho
J. O. (jerking, the best all around
photographer la southern Oregon.
Alwaya reliable. Negatives made any
where, tlmo or place. Studio 228
Mala St. Phono 320-J.
Tbo annual plculc ot tho horse
uhoura ami blacksmiths of tho Rogue
river valley will be held at Ashland
next Saturday Craftsmen In these
two lines from all over tho valley
will bo in attendance.
Ever) body is pleased with Moun
tain Meadow butter, sold by Fout's
Hunters report that the heavy for
est flros in the northern end of the
county have driven deer down from
tho high ridges to tho lowlands. Tho
door bcasou opona In California to
morrow. Call J. W. Mitchell for lawn mow
er trqublos. Phono 2C.
Shorty Miles will loavo tho last f
tho week un another hunting trip lu
tho Elk crook district.
Boo R, II. McCurdy for Aetna Fi
delity and Suroty Bonds.
Spraguo Relgol of Hold Hill was a
buslnobs visitor lu tho city Thursday
Kodak finishing and supplies at
Weston'! Camera Shop. Over Isls
Dudley Evans of WaJU Walla,
Wash.,,! lu Iho city tor " fuw days lu
tho Interests of tho Front lor Day
celebration to ho held In that city,
September 17, H and 10,
Syx--i iiiiiminiiiHi mno
Weeks k McGowm Co.
Dr. llerunrd Dally ot Lnkovtcw,
count Judge qt Lake cqunty, nid an
old friend ot Court Hall, Milted In
thK elty ,thls week,; and left this
morning tor Crater Lake, Ho owns
a 11,000 aero stock ranch In Lnko
county, nnd It requires 60 mow era to
harvest his hay crop.
Kodak ttnlshtng tho best, at Wes
ton's Camera Shop. Over Isls Thea
Herman Powoltof Rogue River has
returned from a llcer hunting trip on
Kane creek, where ho secured a larga
Play ball at DoVoes' tonight
F. K. Jones ot Ashland, Is n busi
ness visitor In tho city tor a few days.
Parisian Hair Dressing Parlors
twelve pcalp treatments tor J5. M
F. II. Dldg., phone 1R7J. IU
Tho first disturbance, ot tho ele
ments since July 12, came Thursday
afternoon and evening, and tor a tlmo
gave promises ot rain. Tho wind
blew at a 30-mllc clip from tho south,
driving clouds of dust and smoko and
smoko before it, nnd a few drops of
rain fell, accompanied by a crash or
two of thunder. In tho evening heat
lightning pierced tho sky In all di
rections, and tho air was haiy with
smoko from forest tires. Rosy Ann
was not distinguishable from Mal'i
Fruit labels artistically printed la
any and all colors. Mcdford Print
Leon Lawton was arrested by Offi
cer Loomls for speeding on. Riverside
avenua Thursday and will be, given a
hearing In Iho police court soma time
Aro you "Holmes protected." In
suranco scnico combined with 1C
strongest companies. Holmes tho In
John Downs has returned from a
trip to Dutto Falls, whero he har
vested the hay crop on his homestead.
" Authentic war now a received by
Mall Tribune leased wire will be
posted during tho day nt Hotel McJ
Sergeant Pat Mego arrested It. C.
Wado, upon telephonic advices from
Grants Pass this morning. Just as ha
waj buying a ticket for tho south.
Wado camo from Grants Pass on tha
motor, and waited tor tho 10:52
train. Vntll the arrival of the Grants
Pass officer Wade is held in tho city
Jail. Tho charge against him is not
Order tho best butter' Mountain
Meadow at Fout's Grocer. 124
A south bound freight blockaded
Main avenue for 20 minutes Thurs
day nlghMba police having witnesses
io me act, wnich win po taken un
with the S. P. officials.
Order tho best butter Mountain
Meadow at Fout's Grocery. 124
An electric wire short circuited by
a flash of lightning set firo to the
street gasoline tank ot tho Hall Taxi
company Thursday night, only prompt
action, saved a serious tire. Tho fire
department used chemicals In ex
tinguishing the flames. The plug to
tbo underground tank was shut off.
Court Hall and Seelcy Hall were driv
ing to the garago when tho fire
whistle Bounded. Seeleysald; "Thcr?
is our garago on tiro." The guezs
was nearly correct. The damage was
Include Mountain Meadow butter
In your order, Fout's Grocery. 124
Ed Andrews baa recovered from a
slight attack of ptomaine. ooUonln
Everybody is pleased with Moun
tain Meadow butter, sold by Fout's
Thursday was the hottest day of
the year when tho raorcury regis
tered 104,5 degrees with a high hu
midity that made tho heat oppres
sive. Tho temperaturo registered
105.4 degrees ou uly il but tho hu
midity was not so high.
FIRST class private room and board.
10C South Grape.
Misg Anna Purucker leaves today
to spend a fow days with friends at
W have a I350fc press, recently
installed especially for printing fruit
labels. Medford Printing Co.
All grades of refined sugar have
advanced CO cents per hundred to
day, but Ulrlch & Ran of this city,
have rcfuaed to add said advance to
their retail selling price, which Is
$7.75 per hundred, or 5G cents per
hundred less than tho Mcdford whole
sale prjeo. Their contention Ik that
tho unheard of advances during tho
past week Is speculative, and is not
based on any shortage in the sugar
crop, and therefore cannot be main
tained. 12 4
A. H, Duron, progressive caudidatu
for slato school suiHirlntendent, is In
tho city today. Mr. IJurtou Is hlh
hopeful of election.
The case of J. U Thormlyke wjio
charged that Mrs, It, R. Kbol ran him
down In front of Mi'llrldo'a storo lu
a,n auto Tuesday wa dismissed Ip tlio
police court this afternoon, Thorn
jlyko was riding a' Wheal, which was
badly broken, Confusion causod the
Dr. Oullngur of tho slule doritul
hoard was In Mcdford Thursday.
Willard V 11, Campbell und family
and Mrs, IMjjar Hitler are spHiidlriK
lh wwk und at I'rospoet Mr Ha'
ir Jofiji (hum tiaturday,
K. K, Kvlly and family fuvo Huh
urdk' tot Un Unf at, Cralvr l.kn.
mm AT TENNIS
HOM'-ST U1I.I.S, U lAus. U
Willi Iho toons in uitclir even, the
tomiH lenitH of Iho Uniltil SltU nttd
Aulrnlnin rc-umel tihty hero thi
nftruoajt on Hie ejmrts of llio V,,-l
Side eluli, in Iho lluul match of Hu"
)t pup pIiiIIpiu!p iMiiiul. The
M'liediilo brvilit logelluT llio iliiithU
Min f Iho two iintiuux. .Mtiurice K.
.MoJ.inii:hIiii and Thoinn' l. nuiul.v
defciuliiiR Iho Iropliv fr the Fulled.
Stalot ami Noniinl V.. ltroukps titul
Anthony K. Wild hi i; nimt'ttrim; for tlip
Tho Autralniniu won tliu tov
mid llr(Hkes opened the cngiipMucnl
by serving from tho south court.
llrookos nnd Wilduii won the firl
sol, defcnliin; Mol.omjhlin nud Huudy
ly sbc mtmes to three.
llrookes nnd Wildini; won tho sec
nail set, dofeatiii); MoLoukIiIiii nud
Ilundv cighl gnmpi to siv.
Wildini; nnd Brooke won the third
et nnd match, defentuic Mcl.ouuli-
liu nud Rttttdy mno gnmes to 'even,
BY NOISY Y0U1HS
PRESIDENT DISCUSSES "-
SITUATION WITH CABINET
WASUINUTOX, Atf. I IN' W
iilar onliiiicl tiirctuii: wits hold lodny,
luil Pipxuleiil WiNou called to llto
vvlitlu Iuiiisp individually the pVIiipI
ol'liooDi vvillt whom ho vv tinted lt ills,
ciws pviidtni; miotioiw.
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FRENCH nEPORT VICTORY
(Continued from pgt 1)
lloruiivn cnvnliy nt;eompiulod by nr
lllloiy nud iiuvcliliiu glum und corn
polled thorn to rollto. Tho Utormnns
lost u (told gun nud Muvurttl mnchluo
of llaolou cstpnlny runflrma thn
tho tlormnuH woro driven to tho east
ward nnd that there- Is no Merman
cavalry between llnnnctt and RiuuuiU
lies In tho province of Itrubnnt.
"Tho Llcgo forts still hold out nud
li.iv p. plenty of suppllos,
"tlermnn cavalry 'patrols are now I
reported to tho north nt .Mniitutedy,
which lls on tho FraiicoHolglnu
border In tho department ot th4
Tho roinmuulcatlou ot tho official
proiw bureau conrludes:
"Itelglan cyclists and Cavalry from
.Nnmur yesterday surprised a force of
IfcitMp I..(hI Five DiiiH
LONDON, Aug. II, 9-n a. in
Tho Pnrls correspondoitt of tlisi K-
(ohniiRoTi'lOKinpli couipnii) tologiaphs
an ottlcliil xtnteiiKMlt tssuoil by tho
inhibitor' ot wnif )it,ilidFipitc1( hpl
lnu midnight, ItotoriliiK Io Iho.
rtHhi toil tho Vospos" nqtuiinivi ho,
. '"tfliu Froncli lrof(ih)tll(l lliolr mu(.
ltlom pit Iho uountnlni (or five daS'l
dospllo, vtgototis ntlncUs, dt th Cor
hinns, vho woro suporlor lu nuinbor
At ouu HiU tho (iormniu hroui;ht
besldOs tholr wrnkoued troops noiu
roriunlloivt of KitorvK, but tho la'
tor wtjro hiinblo to rotdt Hie French
Harvey Hifuiier. IVto Hiirkmiistor,
Ooorge Penrt nnd lov WetidV four
Imperial Addition vonllis m'h haled
heroro Proeculiii); Attorney Kellv hv
1'rohntion Officer G.v on complaint
of City Attorney .Mi'Cnbo idav,
who noeu-ed them of diturtuni: tho
(K'are of the neighborhood. The Imam
have hotn in the habit of siithcnnK
near tho Mcfnlic resideuee nnd mnk-
itur all the noi.-o M)rsililc to niiuo
him a tho le-ult of u neighborhood
fcml of three vetirs stmulin.
The fntlier f two of the untlm
appeared ;n defene of tho lioi-, tln.
leudiiij: color to AlvCnheV ehnrr'pv
that iho hoy were eneountfjed by
their pan-nts to disturb him. Hitler
poronaliiiert were resmrlcd to by J.
llatiuerv father of one of tho
Tlic bov promi-eil to be pood hereafter.
AUCTION PRICES OF
PEARS IN THE EAST
Price-, of hnii hold nt niietion in
eastern eitio Aiitfut 111 win as fid
low . :
At Xew Yerk:
California llnrtletts 2.00
Wushingion Hnrtlettu J.H0
Most Skin Trouble
The Active Principle of a
Famou Remedy Work
Hit ue 1 mid Wi'io ohtlgol lo lay down
tholr iirniH. Tho uullro illvlslmraUr
rondtmid. Tho Kniuoh tioopn bolt
tliu valley ot tho llr.ucho."
; i i " t
l.'nllio lllvl-liin Captuifil
LONDON, Auk. M, l'J:lft p. in.
rionrli iiilnlsler of war In I'nilH tit
tho oKlclnl wlnloH'!it IhiumI by tho
l'uni,i inlnlHtor ot war lit mlti ul
'midnight In rofoiviit'o to Iho tight on
llio Vosmis moiiiitiiliirt bolwoon Iho
'I'fpiicli doparlmont of tho Mouitho.
f.Musollo und Itpruinti l.orialuo illf-
tur.t lu noiilo rosiHivtv trom (hill glvon
)lJM)ie KvelmiifiAi TelOgrnph eouiprtliv, j
'An Oiitlio section mid not n dlvl
iilou of tho (Senium troops Htiriond
cioil with their machine, uuim."
Tho I lav as version adds
"In the coiirxo of roioiit opornllons
a tiiiiulKi) of xplcri )iavo hroii court
umi Hulled and nho. InelinlliiK Iho
nut) or mid pontiluiNtor of Tlmuu In
(ioi minis UIkIiiiIuo I'tentli
'ri'wn rroui'h bntliilloiis wlilcli Inn!
Holiod tbo vlllago Of l.ftManlo In Clir
iiiiiii l.uiialno iihovo Avrlnnirl worn
illiiloilKod b) a Hiipoilor forcu of (lot
man troops nud driven hark in Xuro".
In Iho doiiliiieiit of Mnitillio-ol"
Mititollo, on tho road to HlO foitlOKD of
"Tho Uolglntia In llio opmatloiiH
niootiit '(.logo took moiu Ihnii L'lHMl
(lornmii prlstinora nm In roiiMiMiuoiieo
of Un ictitrlitPtl torrllory tho llotulnit
Kovoriiiiioul tins asked I'rnneo lo ai
langp lor their vDUdumiiout oliiu
Wheio. "Al vnrliiilri points along Iho
I'roueh (rontlor iho 1'ioni li troopa
have taken mom than 11,500 priso
THE WAR IS ON IN EUROPE
America Will Be Called on to Clothe and Feed the World
War Prices are Not Far Distant
Already nomo things liax'o lifgun to lo'olc queer. Tho hitf eolloii milU of
the .south find they are very short of fast eolor tl, oh. !Many of the lnrgesi n .
iery mills will have to eloso'in 110 t (it) days for want of "Dyes" which are mad.
in Kit rope. The vamp stock put in 80110 of our fjnoat high top shoes is iniule
in slerniany and imported in largo ouantitios. Trust the. Yankee, for substi-
Jliay $ ttirt murrflut tho wy
P. S. & cTtniuir tlji 'ou6lc. Tbo
Maoatlon U Iho faa mat 8. K H. wixk
In th Mcx.il an I t" b-vxl i rrallr tnU
laflrstr sad rxtranrdlairr inn of rktl'
VVhrn j i mat ! reality t!t tie kln
ami ttt tft'x bfna"j f rora,-vir.t ot a
network f tlar bleed Trutli jou oro lb
Tlntf re vcdrrn.t Btfdldaal preprllM
In S. . K. Itut ( vf llic wiir-o f Iho
Vih atrrami Jiut i aturallf ai tho nuxt
.teHtltln: tml tlnttit.
It It rrallr, k r arkall! rrnfilj. It
ronuln uup InKTrUkaT lh- acllto purr-
cf nhl. h i to atlmulatr the lUiur i thn
htjItUy aMtlan ot U a rrnilt nu(rl-t-i
And l hi mhlMni' rlrmrnta o' lhl
nuliblr M-H-t irlfli-r ai Jiut u mot
IUI In wril tuUnrr.1 tuanh at ISn niorl
tl1 rlroirnt it lh tvrni, i.TIU, fall
anil aiisira v( onr ilallr (hkI.
Sl ear ilrr ct mlnmU or itraw mnl
In lu irTril"'i .Vik fur N, t. K ul
Jul lnlm niH.it timlnt ll. Ami If juil iU
nrf kti:rnl ailrlrr ami ounl niwa an
mitlrr c.mrnMi Ibr I.Ko.1 ami !. wfH
to lhi MrilMt rtwirttnmt. 'n Hwilt
S-incC. X.-0 Slf lIMs AlUnia IJ4.
lo not allonr aomo ialnu rlrrka rtiv
iiamrt orrr njilti'nj lut at .wr" r
M. H. S (tu toll Mllh lh- rt ill
mineral itrur. ll are of all auUlUu(r.
Inalat upon .&.
X 5 I C' 5 CC 5 $ J" !
tutes he'll "get there" all right. America's prosperity will he great on ac
count of the misfortune of Huropo and business will boom here as never before.
MEN'S SUITS $9.90
Regular $15.00 values in Gray, Brown and Dark Cusimorcs, and Worsteds
Our big new stock of Men's Shoos have arrived in the most popular lasts
and leathers. Priced as wo have always sold them at sl.f)U, $l.tK), $1.00 and
$3.00. Those aro winners, shaped right, made right, quality right.
Men's Dress Shirts 73 Cents
"We are looking for men who wear sizes !( . and 17 shirts, main bargains
await them iu shirts here.
T PRANK BRANDON, Mnnagor
JmJmJ 4gMg2M2 $ j j j X2 5 5 5 X 2 5
I'AIIIS, Auk. 1-1, IM p. in. Tho
Havjih ueiu-y uiiuoiiiil'oh (1ml Kohl
Mnrxlml Sir John French, iho foiu-
maiiiler-iii. chief of lliu Ijiulili fiobl
nrmy, joined (Juiicral Jotioph Joffn',
tho trench t'ommuuuvr-in-chiof, nt
hondUurti.TH totlay. The locality in
LONDON', Aug. H.-A dwtpatch to
t no Lonirai ,ewa rrom Home aya
that according to rcllablo informa
tion from St. l'torihurK, i(ula ha
mobilised tyo million munon tho
Oorinan and Austrian frontleru, halt
a million on tho Turklxli und Itou
manlan frontier, while thrco million
non aro held In rcservo.
NEAREST TO EVERYTHING
T. T-jmtl- U
Vt located so.d mutt iioj'ijUr
hitcl In lir C'ltyi clrmUtinp k
Haitr In crrry room.
:ctl. atlBNllSH io lM4
r.ittllfin, rnMaUy prlcrd KfHL
Mrl ytm fll M I lie f.wii.
' f.Wn flll KalH HM il
A FEW MORE DAYS OF
The Stock Reducing Sale
ON SUMMER APPAREL
To Make Room for the Winter Stock
TAILORED SUITS AND SILK DRESS SALE, $5
Tailou-d Suits and 8 Silk Drosses on this rack to
cliooso.fnun, good conservative styles; every one re
ninrksOur dollars never have gone so far before."
Actual values on this rack $18.50 lo $!!"; sale $5.00
TAILOKED SUITS AND SILK DRESS SALE $10
20' Tailed .Suite and M Silk Dresses on this rack to
T ohoosa IVom, in sjlks, 'i'epes, in fact the season fs
newest cloths, values in this rack to $30.00, saleju'ice
only .....;. $10.00
Tliq nowoU of thoVpriilK 'HtH, iiioluding all those
icautii'iiSJyle(';vaftM models, actual values. to
j;!l2.t"0l sale ..pM.00
180 UNTRIMMED SHAPES $1,00
This season's newest hemp shapes iu black, while
and burnt, actual values to $7.00, lo close out tpiiek,
your choice ... , $1.00
CHILDREN'S HATS $1.00
One full table of Children's Hals, trimmed and un
(rimmed, actual values to ;i.fl), buy them for next
season, you know there isn't much 'change iu chil
dren's hats; your choice, sale $1.00
WASH DRESSES $2.08
One full rack of Wash Dresses, including some pure
linen, Ki'ciicli linen, ratines, gingham and madras, a
good lino of sizes and colors, values on this rack to
$1 1.H0, sale . $2.98
HOUSE DRESSES $1.10
One full table of Wash Dresses in percales and. ging
Kover-All Aprons 40c
'A now shipment of-those
jjractieal Kover-All Ap
rons iu percale and gjog
ham, other stores got as
much as 7fic for these, our
Silk Waists $2.98
A great asHQi'tuiont f
Silk Whists in wash silk,
nets, laces, md.ssaliues,
etc., black and all colors,
real values lo $f).fi0, (tale
Niagara Maid Long Silk
The good quality that
rogiilarly sell for $l.l!5,
in (ill colors, frped'al 98
Niagara Maid Iwo.lml
lou Silk (Moves, iu all
colors, sale . '15
On o -Half Frlco
lu blaek, wliitp and all
colors, very speoinl at
No Troublo to Show
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