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MEUITOKP MAIL TRlHUNjg. MKDFQftU. CRECION, , SATURDAY,
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A.W, Hubbs, who was formorly -Focated
wth P. K. louel In tho Mci
ford nnd Ashland stores, has taken n
position with V, K. Deuel nnd com
pany knit la how In charge of the. dty
Roods dcrmrtlneut. Mr. Hubbs litany
friends n Jackson county wilt be Rind
to hear of his return.
, All.AUvrr plalnl wares ut cost,
twiWtWlve per cent oft on gtaw
ItflJoro vmUi' Aint Vliai-le Prim
nro nmoiijj lilt"- rpleijpj: the I'lii
crUly of CiiUrnrfttoHhft rail.
KvorytltlnR In 'the stem reduced x-
. enjit rln ana.UJttto Vcns at Mnrt'n I.
,Hf.jdy!s tooting 'sal
1 llr. MrtnJ 9 I.ocVwoo.1 will limit
1it office hours during Auust to
Monday, Wednesday ami l'rlday. 2
to 4 p. m.
Mrs. l.uella Mlnto of Grants Pass
who has been visiting Mrs. C 3
Mannlnc returned to hor homo thl
Hest for otcry occaMon, Mountain
Meadow butter at Foul'. 12C
Tho Nash Carateria Is now ready
for business with everything new anil
up-to-date. Shs the Sunday menu ii
this paper. Their slogan Is "Ret
what jou want and pay for what yon
The flnen equipment in Oregon for
printing fruit labels. Mcdford Print
Miss Charlotta Banks Is in San
Francisco bujlnc Roods for tho ready-
to-wear department of F. K. Deuel &
Madame Dowd Jeffers Is returning
from Now York with a complete lino
of Roods and will be glad to meet hen
old customers noxt week. 125
Austin Corbln has returned after
two months spent in New York and
will spend the fall at his Hagta Point
The price of lemonade In this city
has been raised from 10 cents to 15
cents, owing to the high price of
lemons. They cost $11 a box and
still rising. A shortage in the Cali
fornia crop and the cessation of Im
ports is given as the reason.
Best for every occasion. Mountain
Meadow butter at Font's. 126
Dunbar Carpenter, of the Colorado
bar, and well known fruit grower o!
this section has associated with At
torney A. i:, Keatnes In tho practise,
of law, with offices In the Qarnett
You will be pleased tvlth Mountain!
Meadow butter. Fout'n sell it. 126
Relief from tho heat of the last
lea days camo over the valley Friday
night, when a cool breeze swept down
from tho Sisklyous, and the mercury
that had been hovering near and over,
tho 100 mark for a week dropped
back into the nineties.
Include Mountain Meadow butter
In j our order. Foul's Grdcery. 124
FIRST class private room and board.
IOC South Grape.
There Is a decided, but as ycf, uni
crystallized sentiment among farmert
and fruitgrowers of the valley for Ir
rigation, and tho Roguclands com
pany has dally applicaions for the ue
of water. Tlioso who scoffed at Ir
rigation when it was offered now see
its valuo. Tho Jack Merrill, Conro
Flero, and Rear Creek orchards, all
with Irrigating facalltles will hato
good crops, whilo adjoining orchards'
that trusted to beaten for moisture
are withering. rf
You will be pleased with Mountain
Meadow butter. Foul's sell It. 12C
Ieon Lawton was fined S and
costs in the police court Friday after
noon for speeding on a motorcycle on
RIvcrsldo avenue. Lawen's defenue
was that his maclilno could not run
less than 20 miles an hour.
Automatic baso bah. that brand
new out door game, has arrived la
'Medford. See it at DoVocs tonight,
Just west of Hotel Medford.
Another drunk was rounded up by
the police Friday night and put to
work on tho city sewer excavating on
Authentic war news received by
Mali Tribune leased wire will b&
posted during tho day at Hotel Med
ford, Kd Rrown returned Trlday after
noon from Fish Lake, whore he has
n hunting lodgo under construction.
Tree props at tho Medford Lumbor
A number of Medford citizens left
this morning to spend Sunday in tho
hills fishing nnd hunting.
No files on the Pennant wrapped
Bread. Wo are not advertising lj,
Just lotting it have its way with tho
people. Positively contains no alum.
Made at Newtown BaKcry, 142
A. B. Cornell of Grants Pass has
returned to that city after pondln
a couple of das in this city on busl
net. IIH M I I II I I M I I
Weeks & McGowan Co.
r. w, wmk$ iM-n
A, K. Orr wm
K. A. Wlllard of Montnguo, Cal., is
spending n few days In the city on
Otily one kind of kodak finishing
at Wcstdn's CaWra Shop, that's ih
best.x Over Islfc Theater. '
.Karl IJIrlch has returned to his
slock ranch on Union creek nttor
spending three weeks In the city.
Parstnn Hair Dressing Parlors,
manicuring, general work. M. I &
H.Jlldg., phone IBM.
Bin llnlley of Royue River spout
Friday In Medford otv business.
Hotel Medford dining room now
opens nt fix a. m. 'and Is open all
The Main avenue crossing of the 8.
P. came. cIomi to yielding a tragedy
last night about IJ' o'clock, when a
freight train backed ncross, hidden
from tcw, and nu auto belonging f
Frank Owens nearly collided. Tho
only protection was a brakeman
standing on top of the first car, who
shouted loud and profanely at the
auto driver, in time to allow a sud
den swerving of the auto onto the
Groceries at De Voo's.
R. C. Wade, purporting to ho a
mining engineer, was taken back to
Grants Pava Friday afternoon to an
swer to the charge of Jumping a board
J. O. Corking, the best all around
photographer in southern Oregon.
Always reliable. Xcgatires mado any
wnere. time or place. Studio 228
Main St. Phono 320-J.
Al Garrctson has secured the con
tract for tho pudding of a new school
house In tho Talent district. Work
upon tho ajno will commence at once.
Call J. Vf Mitchell for lawn mow-
er troubles. Phone 26.
Tho regular mid month meetings of
the city council and the school board
will bo held next Tuesday evening.
Seo R. H. McCurdy for Aetna Fi
delity and Surety Bonds.
H. S. Connor, who has been Iv
lllng his brother Guy in this city, has
returned to his home In Seattle.
Kodak finlshlug and supplies at
Weston's Camera Shop. Over tsls
II. II. Longston of Salem was a
business visitor In tho city today.
Koaak finishing the best, at Wes
ton a Camera Shop. Over Isis Thea
R. I. Cole of Cblestln, Is a business
visitor in the city today.
Mr. and Mrs. Allison V. Jordan
will reurn from a trip to McCloud.
Play ball at DcVoes tonight.
4 Victor Helms of Redding, Cal, la
svendlng a fewdj.vsjn the. city. - t
"Fruit labels artistically printed la
any and all colors. Medford Print
Vinegar merchants and makers In
ine vaney nave been warned that
their products mnst test 41 In ac
cordance with, th pire food law.
Shorty Miles has about S00 gallons of
vinegar on hand.
Are you "Holmes protected." In
surance servfeo combined with 16
strongest companies. Holmes the In
Tho water department has shut off
tho city supply to those fruitgrowers
near town who used same for Irrigat
Mrs. -Harry" Porter of Gold Hill Is
vfsjtlng friends and relatives In this
city and Jacksonville this week.
name warden A. S. Hubbard of
Ashland Is In the city today on busi
ness. We. have a $35Qfc press, recently
installed especially' for printing fruit
labels. Misjford' Printing Co.
A. W..Hubbs of Albany, Ore., is
among tho out of fawn visitors re
tcred at the Nash Hotel.
Henry Young and family of Ktna
Mills, Cal., nro visitors in the city for
a few uys.
The forestry sorvlr Bent out a call
Friday afternoon for men to ficht firn
on the Little Applegate. Twenty-five
responded and left by auto for the
A new forest flro started this after
noon in township 37 west of Jackson
ville. A forco from the Jackson
County Flro Patrol has left for tho
With Medford trsdo l Mtdford made.
It is k$t Natural
fw RQMnC MHK
0ir altrustle nature Impels love for the
;ooliig Infant. And at the same tlai
1 1 o puujeoi oi
motherhood u srer
beforu us. To know
what to do that will
add to the phynlcal
comfort or expectant
motherhood l a ub
j;t that ha Inter
est ed moat women of
all time One of
tho mil helpful
thing! In an exUrnal
abdominal nppllcllon sold In moitt
dru Ktoris undir the naino of "Mother'M
Krlcnd." We lue knuHii do many fc-rand-iiiotliem,
who In their younuir days
rilled upon this remedy, and who recom
mind It to their own Uuiihtr tttat It
ctrtalnly inuit in wliat its liamv Indi
cates. They tune uul it for lu direct
Inlluenea Uon the inutcles, cord, Ilea
meiits nnd Unilonn It hIihn to nfTorJ
rfllW ( oin Ihu Klmlu mid iln so often
UtH&evwirlly wjvero tluiliiir h period of
,A llill Umk hmIM ly JlradfliM Itu
islor Co., iMtmr )MU MUuU, U
Hlrrs lo many HiIum llmt women Ilk to
TA HUM, It Iw Ml only to In
n4Ut from iouk-Io nimbi due to thrlr
fspunkton lut aU' to imtlu, nvililns
lkn. mWnK ut lwl B4 tuuny,
:omtHATini jtiwngth of ,kukOves
FlonTKIiS OX LAND, irAWNH AND AIR
7 19 JU'X ' 'Timn.c tNTfNTt
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V A "B TVltt.tALllAMM
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LONDON, Aug. 15. 1.35 i m-
The Uermau Kmperor's war train Is
described by a refugee Just ecaped
from Germany. The tratn Is Intended
tor the use of the emperor and his
war staff and consists of dining, conn-!
ell and sleeping saloon cars, added j
to which are well fitted boxes for hit
majesty's charges and his motor car I
Ph trfltn rfirrl sivfutrl ltmrrt till. '
fers and is preceded and followed b
nnnorou iramp. AinonK me ihiuii-
meni Is a small simple tent which
. . . .
to be pitched on the field whenever
the emperor deems It expedient
01)011 Tor husiltPSS.
mill' ...wl niLln..1"' i-mii" inr no,
iil.il 4llil uiriii
date. Ciivo us a trial
Sunday (liiinoi. Spi tin
Sliced Tomatoes Sliced Cucumber
7 Pickles. Ollxes rl
Cream of Chicken with Needles
Consomme a la Itallenne
Ilaked Chinook Salmon auv Flno
OX Tongue Spanish Sauro
Chicken Pot Pie Family Stylo
tlralsed Sirloin of lleef. Corn Fritters
Dreaded Veal Clipps, Tomato Sauce
Chicken Glblet Sauto Currlo With
Stuffed Young Turkey, Olblot Sauce
I'rlmo itlbs of licet au Jus
Leg of Pork Sago Dressing'
Whipped Potatoes Siring Ileans
Corn bn Cob Garden Peas
filuffedTomatoos a la Creole
Combination Lcttuco and Talnola
Head Lettuce With Kgg Chicken
Lemon, Cocoanut, Applo and Horry
Pie, Sliced Iiananan, Sliced Orange.1
and Pine Apple, Strawberries and
Cream, Water Melon, Strawberry
Tea, Coffee, Ice Tea, Milk or llutter-
Get What You Want
and Pay for What
NEAREST TO EVERYTHING
Ileit located and ntort toiiIr
hotel In the Cityi citcublliig ice
wsltr in every room,
Cspsclal attautlon to laiUs
Kuellnl, irawwilily jilcl gtlll
Mw( your friend si the Msni,
1 &wk CIo KIm l,(0 uk,
Munugmnl, Cfn4l$r W, KHy
LAST OF FEDERALS
AIUVHV I'LTV ..s 1. U'l.s.ia
x Jose R. U...,i. ll.f KVnx
.". n. ih-m- -
it(lHv with In1 ?T.'". fvneutiiHt fj
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u,,, MvrnH twkLl br,1 ,vintf
' f)r stsvm ,,!, '
(Mexico t'itf loilav is nwmting llio
enmiii!; of 'the mnstitnUoniilisis un
der (IcnoruFOlirci'ttii. The Int null
urlis of Die onpitul nlroiuh lire occu
pied li tlio ImmltTs.
The proinim ol metipation calls
tor Hie nisipi'filion of Hie presidency
1 Gcnerul t'nrriinzn, the firxt chief
"'" '"' eoii-tiUilnumli-in, immcdiutely
i. .t.i.. t... .....
aT1ie Accounts of Institutions
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TWio socurlty and good servlco of tho Jackson County
Hank mkcs It a well-chosen ilcpoultor) for the funds of
institutions, i)uirchf.s, nocletles. buslnoss firms nml luill
xlduals. Checking accounts aro Invited.
OVER 22 VCAR8 UNDER ONE MANAGIMCNT
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X ,fci p.h',1
lMtt I- .'
The tiwln Bros, real C'liejminu Hay
wild west show whtih has won na
tional fanie hccniise of ItH Konuliiti
production of tin tin tiling scones of
the wild and wunly will mal Its lul
llnl appenrauce lu Mi'iUortl Mopdit)',
August 17 '
' This Is the Krroriuauce wiiUMi two
former pioHldeutH of tho fulled Hlutcs
jtrnxeled ncr)sa the country In prlnti
tear to t.e. UvPresldeut ltuoseelt
pronounced It the best porlriO"! 'of
tlio llfrt of tho went ho has eor seen.
President Tuft also loudly prnlced tho I
exhlhllloii as one of the best repro-
iHoiitntlons of tho life of tho fuintl.T
he had eer wKuonkoI
For tiiort than i. enrs the Irwin
Bros ba manased the fntuous fhej-
vn no Frontier Day exhibition and In
fnnswor to the demands from nil parH
''of tho country to seo this unlqun nnd
exceptional show it hits been enlarged
and was sent on a tour for the first
j t lino last )oar. The show Is maUIn
I the Pacific conn luur this season nnd
I has gathered lu Its galaxy of riders
and ropers from the ranches of llm
west nearly all of tho champions of
tho stampede, round-ups nml rodeo
of the country.
WASIMNm'ON-, Auir. !:.- Hrmirts
to llio iloiiiulment ut JuKtieo Imtny
how t lut t the investigation into fond
,nK, ,H pn'KWB In "verv
, "'most every tn:o e.tv.
With Medford trade is Medford mad
TOO liATK TO CT8SIFT.
FOUALK iahTlif" mares," wo'l
mated, weight 3100 pounds. Phono
FOB SALK Seven Fluu lots SMklyou
Heights, for sacrifice salu 11000
for all. Clark Itealty Co.
Irrigation is Crop Insurance
You can raiso some crops every year and all crops soma years without irrigation.
But if you want to raise all crops every yeaf vou Bhould irrieate. The value of any crop
any year can bo increased 50 to 500 per cen t by irrigation.
If you have water supply from well, creek or stream, we can supply you with olectric
power for pumping. On receipt of information card wo will bo pleased to make you e'3
'thjaiite of. cost.
Nuiulier of nerert ili-Mireil lo irrinle
Totnl lift 1u feet fi oin witter lcel of
Xiiinlinr of feet of pipe rcqiiiicil -
Ktimlier of 'feet of illtitli or Jlliihi) leiniiicil
...A. - t , .. . . .-t.
Wriier diippiy (wen nr fdiejuii) iiil iiiimii ol nirciiin-.,
Lociiljon .Seeliiiii .
PANAMA CANAL OPENED
.(Conttnjifxl freuifa: iVi;j''
, Kntl)nirhhiiii'til will I'aeo 0i( 'nll.
ed Slnlen hIiouM one or llin-vtWHeN
o( llm lielllgoieulh Meek ihiihi.
Sliiel lilies iuo nlid tit Ilio'tfenlV
for tho perpelmil lieiilmllznllou ol'
I lie oiiiiiiI nml I'M'iv ilotnil will lie
iiikIci' tlio illlrclioii of (loveinoi
(liK'llinU nml his ntnlf. Kxi'i'ld in
eiiKes of itlivollile iiecenly, vimsvIm
uf lu'lllueix'tih intixl piuKe uniuter
riipleil iit,xsiigo lluxmgli l)ie ennui,
They nmy Jiol eiil, rovielnul or tlU
emliiilk 1 1 oops lu the ciiinil ruin; mill
tliee pi'ovioiifi npijv In the leimiunl
wnleis in lmli ciiiU uf lit i'iiiiiiI,
williin n imit ol line' iiiIIom,
Hull's foe HolllunvntK
Twi'iily-loiir Iioiick is l)n limit of
(lino t lielliuereut iv.-.el I'Hii icnuilii
willilll llm oilliul, exit il III ellsos (if
1ilr's, nittl.i e-sel nl' war of one
liclliut'it nt i iuuiiiI ileimrL wllhiu
The Sensation of the Auto
Holds the Road at Fifty Miles
Uiggcsl auloitiobilo valuo over offciotl for loss (ban
$1000. Price of .1915 "25" is $770. Klt'Oirie .self
starter and electric ligbts, extra, $.". Hero is a real
automobile. Tlio caHicst oar in'tlio world to drive,
tlio greatest nil-round hill-climbing car in llio world,
an automobile to be really prolid of. Come and seo it.
Special on 1914 Cars
Wo have lliree now 1!)M "LM" cms on baud that
we will make a price of $72.3 on while tiny last. For
mer price $8'J."i. A big bargain.
POWELL AUTO CO.
Houth Front Strcel
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well or frlicnin to hi;licl piiint of liiuil
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lwenlyfour Iiiiiii'h fiom Hie ilepiul
UN tif II yeMe.nr v'tii' of unollier
lii'lllKeieul. All 1(1' (lit iitinil Uliil On.
liililWIitili'iilq Hint )ue pint ol' llio
ciiinil mo Iniiiiiiiin I'tnni nllnok or In
jmy lv nnv lielllKerenlM, Vluiliint
Aiiiei-iomi iillnh will M'o Hint mi I'm
clgll nchhcIh nilll.o ulmeiViillniiM ill'
tllO I'lllllll lll'IVM"S, '
Tliu itiiii'lml wink IVmiIiDjIiii.' In
lie ilotio in eniiipli'liiiBf llio itiiiinl is
tin' Meopeliiiiit hint wlili'iilu uf llio
i'li(il1nel lliiiuigli Cult Inn out iih well
us (iM?iVi(il;irtiifitliiiii ulilfJIli up-
Tlio oiiiiiiI rnno f(lir)ilMoiluv
llio npi'iiliiirol' llio emiiiM IV)Moii
iluw, linwi'Vi'i', woio hut loiiil nml
xiigU(Ht,eil IUHi of till liiletiiiillniiiil
sijtnilii'itniT, .Willi llio ofrieiiil Pun-
mini I't'iwirntloii Net (or inixl xpnni,
even llio Unlliil Mtiites wits mil of-
fivinlly n'ixsiiitoil t,luv oxeept hv
lio mrii yvlio luivo iui lict-it in llio
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