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MiaPKOUD MALL TRlBUyjfl, MEDFORD. OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1915
Furnished houso desired by re
sponsible parly. Call Mr. Crutch
Mold, phono 213 or 31. 82
Miss AHco Palmer has returned
homo from San Joso whoro sho has
been attending tho stnto normal.
Volvot ieo cream nt Do Voo'n.
togor S. Dennett Is attending to
business affairs In Ashland today.
Tho Mcdford Vulcanizing works aro
now vulcanizing punctures at 2Cc.
A largo nunibor of local Mooso
lodgo momborfl aro planning on at
tending tho Mooso danco In Gold
Hill Saturday evening.
Got filtered gasoline from tho Red
filter at Garnott-Cory's.
Eniory Davis of Tolo, was a recent
Sco Davo Wood about thnt flro In
surance policy. Offlco Mall Tribune
In tho caso of Clnrcnco St. Clnlr
against Wlllam Myatt, a ranchman,
tried In Juatlco Tnyior'B court on
Wednesday, n decision wbb given In
favor of tho defendant. St. Clair
sued Myntt for wages ho claims to
liavo duo slnco limt fall.
I'opular song hits for He nt Pal
mor's Piano PIuco Hntunlay. 82
Lester McDonald has roCurnnd to
his homo, In Trull after a several
days visit with friends and nciiialnt
nnces In Mcdford.
Homc-mado pastry at Tho Shasta.
"Wo nro doing splendidly," status
n latter from u metubor of tho 7th
company. "Our gunners hnvo scored
with tho best of all companies, nnd
uh a wholo wc can safely Hay that tho
7th Is ns creditable a company ns
any at tho fort."
Hereon doors at Medford Lurnbor
Joo 13. Martin, of Union creek, Is
spending a few (lays In Medford,
Hnvo your lawn mowor nhnrponod
by J. W. Mltcholl, phono 320-J. tf
J, Campbell nf Ilosoburg, Is reg
istered nt tho Holland Hotel.
For fresh vegetables and Ilorrlns
Dooth G public market. 71)
Chrla Domaschofsky of Dallas, has
nccoptoil a position In tho local H. P,
All trlmmrd hats and shapes half
price. Miss Louusbury nt M. nnd M
Dopt. Store 8(1
Attorney Krod Monra In attending
to.lognl mutton) In tho county, seat
Dr.u.,G. Darbor, Palm block,
HoiTrs'OCo -I. Phone: Offlco 110;
J. I,. Mlllford, of Dallas, after n
visit nt tho homo of IiIh undo, Clur
onco T. Mnrlln, roturnoil noino on
Pop corn Crlspottes nt Do Voo's.
Mr. nnd Mrs. I.ou Jacobs of Wil
low Springs, worn In Medford vis
lllng Wodnomliiy afternoon.'
Do Voo carrH'H tho best lino of
five cunt cigars In tho city.
C. II. llonoh returned this morn
Ing from u visit nt Kaglo Point.
(Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Plnkoy or In
dlanapolls, nro visiting in tho city,
Homo-mado paBtry nt tho ShaBta.
II. D. Jonofl of Fonts crook, Is In
Mudford today In tho intuiost of his
Chorolntos, 30 cents lb. Do Voo's
Frank Tuition wus u recent Mod
Kodak finishing nnd supplied at
Weston's Camera Shop, Opposite
Walter Conley drovo to tho rlty
this morning with n load of 'fruit
products which ho plurod on tho
Get your buttor, oggs, cream, mlllc
dnn buttor milk nt Do Voe's.
W. It. Coleman wild II. F. Monder
liavo rot ii mod from a mining trip to
tho Gold 1 1 til dUtrlrt.
Mls Nellie Carpenter of Kuril, U
tho gmwt of Mfdford frltmila.
Kodak finishing tho boat, nt Wob-
ton's Gnmor.i Shop. OppiMlto Hook
A. M. Muldoou returned this
morning by motorcycle from Klamath
Falls wtaara ho vliltod fur aavurnl
Kroah roasted ji annuls nt Do Voo's.
J. II. Fisher haa rtilurnvd from n
vIMt (o tho uortlioru Kirt of Uih stuto,
Ills visit lurliided Portland, Oitnon
Oily ttad SmIohi.
HlHklyou or Colmtln wntor, 10c per
Ixiltlo at De Voa'e.
A ImiMiball fcaine Uatwoon thu Ath
lolls and th Itautlat Sunday hoIiooI
nggtenaUon lias ! ackedulml for
Friday ovotilng at Holly ntnwt Park
Now inatnriaJ haa Imwii Rtlilml to
lioth teawa auu a ran Ramw Is ox-
From today my aualnoaa will Vo
oaHduetod vtrlatly for eaati. (let my
prlMg Intfoio buying. U It. Itrown.
I'to Corautt Una returned to hit
bow la tkla tatty altar an auttc
tf aavara) wanLfea.
I'opular aoitc ulta for 6e at Pal
iHttr'a Plane Plr Salurday. Sf
Mr. and Mra. OIm K. CttHwall, Mr.
nnd Mr L F. Wallace. Mra. ISwim
Sums and Mr. a4 Mra. Joha Mt
Ilrldu and daughter, Mlaa Taalinu.
visited In the Wagner emuk dutrlat
Stnto Highway Engineer Cnntlno
with Bnglneer Frank Klttrldgo and
committees from tho Ashland and
Mcdford Commercial clubs Is today
Investigating tho condition of tho Pa
cific highway between this city and
Ashland with a vlow of making Im
provements It .found necessary Mr.
Cantlno will bo asked to sec what
can bo dono about paving the Ash
Popular spng hits for pc at Pal
mer's Piano' Place Snturduy, Stt
Tho enso , of George Hnmllnl,
charged wIlH assault with Intentions;
of committing rape, will bo tried at
the county scat noxt weak. Judgo
Sktpworth of Eugene will oxchnngo
With Circuit .ludgo F. M. Calkins at
this tlmo. illnmlln Is now In (ho
county jail being unnblo to furnish
Merchants' Lunch, 2rc. Tho Shasta,
Claud Miles, John Kasmark, Mar
tin J. Hoddy and Luther Douol mot
ored to Ashlnnd Wednosdny after
noon. From todny my business will bo
conducted strictly for cash. Got my
prices teforo buying. L. II. Drown.
Hd Helms has returned to his homo
In Jacksonville) nftor a brief visit
with relatives In Grants Pass.
Siwclnl Saturday, nil tho latest hits
In shoot music at Halo's Piano Houso,
coming Saturday for 5 cents per
Clyde W, Damon, a' prominent bus
iness man of Los Angeles, is visiting
In the valley.
Notice Is hereby given that Coun
ty Superintendent Wells will hold
tho regular examination of nppllcantu
for stnto certificates at Jacksonville,
commencing Wrdncsdny, Juno 30,
lDlfi, at 9 o'clock n. in., nnd con
tinuing until Saturday, July 3, 19 in,
at -i o'clock p. in.
Tho hotel nt Crater Lake 1b ex
pected to bo ready for guests by July
1. Already over 200 tourists havn
visited tho park. Over half of this
number hnvo mndo tho trip to tho
Mrs. V. T. Wilson' hntt recovered
from her recent Illness,
Whont $2.10 per hundrod; scratch
food $2.30; Olympic flour $1.70 per
sack; other prices according, for spot
cash. L. II. Ilrown. 84
JlattliiiK- Hurknoss, nt ono tlmo a
contondor for tho lightweight cham
pionship, Is visiting In Mcdford.
Thentor car for "Sari" nt Vlnlng on
Thursday, Juno 21, will loiivo Hotel
Mcdford nt 7;2G p, m returning
after sho.w. Intorurban Auto Co. 81
Mrs. Hnmnr KoUiormol Is enter
Joining tho Girls' Thursday Ilrldgo
club this. afternoon nt her homo on
Special Saturday, all tho latest hits
In shoot intuitu at Hale's Piano Houso,
coming Saturday for 0 cents pur
Thn second annual picnic of tho
Scandinavians of Jnckson county,
holng held In Ashland today, Over
200 .Scandinavians of this city aro In
J. O, Gorklng, tho host all around
photographer In southern Oregon.
Always rollablu. Negatives inado any
whoro, tlmo or place. Studio 228
.Main St. Phono 320-J.
Mr. and Mrs, Frederick Good, of
Snlom, arrived In Medford this morn
lug to remain for Indefinite lxirlod.
Mr. nnd Mrs, J. T. Sullivan mot
orod to Fish Lake tho first of tho
N. S. Dennett, of tho Kdon Valley
Nursery, was a business callor In
Kaglo Point tho first of the week,
Tho P. 1). Klackdou ranch on An
derson creek has been sold to Mrs.
K. J, Lunt of this city.
K. S. Crutchflold, partner of Mr.
Thompson with tho May Dry Goods
company, arrived Wodnosduy, iterant
Itanlod by his wjfo nnd son, and will
iKigln his now duties at onco. Mr.
Crutchflold has been connected with
Tho Whltelioimo, n largo department
storo of Spokane. Wash., for tho pant
three joaru, as buyer and manngoi' for
several departments. Prior to that
ho wot associated with Mr. Thompson
In a department storo in North Yak
ima, Wash. Mr. Crutchflold formerly
lived hero and went to school. Ho
loft Medford nlnotoon your ago vhon
It was merely a speck on tho Orogo
Frod llalch of tho Koguo Klvor
Vnlltty Fruit and Produce Asboula
Hon, Is attending to buslitoas matters
in Klumnth county.
Mra. K. L. Itedputh has returned
to bor home on Griffin creek after
h short vlklt with hot- daughter, Mrs.
Claronco Todrlek of tho IJagle Point
The Colloflo club will give a rorep
t Ion to Mm. John II. Sherman at the
haw of Mra. U II Porter, 1010 So.
Oakdal. at o'clock Friday ovuulug
It. H la Hf PoriUiod. reoentl) )
QaMlulo, at k o'clock this ovntng
out tho MMltlu aterllHK to Infor
wattan glvtiu oat hl friondi. Mt
HJtd Mra. l.oa are vialtlag In Mwlfurd.
Carl D attaakr. of ttoaurf:. will
aroUahly b gvti the ittlon.
Joha UUkct, of PrMRtt, (Vtl ,
ItHtklac rUr property Intaraata Ih
laa Uv Mr. Ulakr owu a lart
atralch of valnaWe laM aaar Pr-Pt.
Furt rauara aMlga4 to' lha
far out 4Utrlits will tw8ln tttotr dnt-
e the first v( naxl month,
According to membcrB of tho city
council no dcflnlto action can bo
lakon In tho electric proposition of
tho Hoguo Illver Public Service Cor
poration titvtll a decision has been
reached in the suit of tho city against
tho California-Oregon Power com
pany. A decision Is expected tho
latler part of July.
Tho flro department was cnlled to
tho end of Went Fourth street thjs
morning (ttJiuxtlnglllnh'.n grasa fire.
.making tlio.fuurth tlilh weok.
I in nccuninnrp wttn vno city canino
ordlnnnco IU dogo'df ll(c city will bo
ICpmpollcd- to, jiavoajUinlr muzzlcB on
July l. Chief, pfjl'ollcji Hlttson an
nounced thls'inorjtn'that fnlluro
to obry tho erdlnnpce: makefl tho
nmiiM. iii,i ,)I' i-'..:vi !:
v,,.,,i-,n Hiwiill.lU'U IJIi:,,t
Mrs. John Si;'1Sheiti'nnn, head of
tho conservation (jominltteo of tho
National Federation of Women's club
will not arrlvo In Medford until to
morrow morning. Mrs, Sherman was
expected today and the entertain
ments scheduled in her behalf havo
Twcnty-flvo ntito enthusiasts met
nt tho Commercial club rooms on
Wednesday evening nnd organized nn
automobile, etub, Tho name of tho
club was not decided upon but It will
probably bo cnlled tho Southern Ore
gon Automobile Association. Thn
following temporary officers wcro
elected nt last nlght'B meeting: II
L. WnlthorB, president; II, A. Thin-
rolf, vice-president; W. F. Strccta,
secretary nnd H. L. Kwlng,. treasurer,
Membership will bo solicited by a
committee consisting of W. F. Isaacs,
II. A. Latin nnd H, A. Thlnrolf.
John D. Olwcll, for many years
ono of tho most prominent fruit
growers nnd rent estatn dealers of
Mcdford, Is spending tho day vis
iting friends. Ho Is enronto to
Sonttlo upon a realty deal nnd makes
his headquarters at Los Angeles, Ho
nays that Medford Is no duller than
any town In tho west nnd hotter than
K. V. Iloall, ono of tho oldost pio
neers of tho Koguo river vnlloy, lies
at tho Sacrod Heart hospital hover
ing botweon llfo nnd death. Ho Is
not expected to recover. Mr. Dcall
has boon In n most precarious condi
tion for thn past week. Drlghts
dlsenso Is tho ailment. He lu 85
PA It IS, Juno 21 M. Accamhrny,
iIIscuhhIiik tho war appropriation in
tho chamber of deputies today, crit
icised tho mlnlstor of war. Ho de
clared defects had been proven In
shell mailing. Objections and pro
tests camo from various parts of tho
chamber and the president reminded
him ho should stick to tho question
under discussion. Tho stormlost
parliamentary scene slnco tho war
M. Accamhrny affirmed that tho
sanitary service of the nrmy was re
sponsible for tho deaths of ninny
soldiers. Ho regretted thnt tho na
tional resources were being extrava
gantly disbursed and deplored tho
lack of foresight In preparing for
adequate supplies and munitions.
Tho minister of war. ho declared,
ought to jinssoas technical training
sufficient to fit him for tho dliectlon
of tho nnuy supply service, but the
subordinate felt thnt tlioy wore un
der n chief who wan thulr Inferior,
Protests from tho right and tho
renter frequently Interrupted M. Ae
eambtny, while the left, largely m
clallst, applauded and feeling among
members ruse high.
M. Accaiubrny affirmed that ho
did not wish to criticise tho leader
ship of the army, hut solely the cabinet.
With Medford Trsdo Is Medford Mado
Will t..tt lr Itelm'H stable Sat
ur1n tiud I'tiffciU June Jtith and
2tfth, utul at hlttiui Mnda. Juiim
'Mh. at Siuitli 'iilt' tu itu horo
alivi inulM hi to .i old, slgttt
1100 10 Kiie. ho) bM(f. black
Ope. Must be in good ooutlttlon
For eihftr iaAtraialloM mM Dr Helms.
RETREAT TO PARIS
PUTKOGKAD, June 24 Tho Kus
slan retirement through Gallcla, on
tnlllng tho evacuation of Lemberg, Is
likened by Hussion critics to Gcuornl
Joffre's retreat to the Marno In tho
early part of tho wur. They explain
that such a successful retirement,
keeping tho army Intact, Is no wlso
equivalent to defeat. As General
Joffro was not afraid to permit tho
Germans tonpproach Paris, so tho
Russians claim not to bo alarmed by
tho approach of tho Austro-Gormans
to Russian territory.
Tho evacuation of Lemberg, It Is
felt hero, enn havo no strategic Im
portance other than tho loss of n
largo populated center. Tho firm
ness of- tho Russian stand on tho riv
er Tnnow loads to the belief Hint tho
Russian nrmy soon will reach Its own
border, where, upon bolng rein
forced, It may prove Gorman ela
tion over victory premature. This
belief Is strengthened by tho fnllur
of tho Germans to make material
progress at other points along this
Thus far tho German operations
In tho' region of Lemborg hnvo exert
ed no apparent effect on the situation
nlong tho Dniester rlvor. At pnly
one point on tho entire length of thin
rlvor, which for wecka mnrkod tho
southeastern fighting front, hnvo tho
Austro-Germnns managed to estab
'Mi thomnolvoR with any permanency
on tho right bank. In tho region
near Nlznlow, tho GermnnB crossed
tho river, but nccordlng to details
learned todny, of a sovcro bnttlo at
this point, tho Aiifltrp-Gcrmans hnvo
been rcpulsod with heavy losses and
compelled to sncrlflco many strongly
fortified positions. They still main
tain, however, their position on tho
right bank of tho river.
CHICAGO, Juno 24. Willinin
Jon n In gs Drynn has been offered tho
chair of political economy In n mid
western university, "according to a
story ljrlntcd In tho, Evonlug Post
bore todny. . '
11. Hi Harrison,' 'president , of a
tonchers' lyceum, Is given as au
thority for iho story. Mr. Drynn
would receive. $fU00 a yent4, ho re
quired to llv'c In tho university nnd
to devote a rensonnblo part of his
time to his college duties.
i , .
BY -STAR GOLF
TACOMA, Wash., Juno 2-1.- In tho
Pacific Northwest Gold championship
contest, today tho showing of 0. W.
Potter!, Seattle, against 'III Chandler
Egan was a distinct surprise to his
friends. Most everyone figured ho
would give Hgan n hard match, but
he was wild and .sliced njgrcat many
of 'his drives so badly that the' Med
ford, Oregon, star had little troublo
defeating him by G up and 4,
Egnn's card: Out, II; In, 34 75.
Potter's card: Out, 43; In, 45
Tacoma lost her only hope of win
ning the championship when Howard
Wright of Loch burn was dofeatod by
Paul Ford, Seattle, 4 and 3.
Ford's card: 43-3C-79.
Wright's card: 44-37-81.
A. Vernon Macaw, Victoria, who
won tho Northwest championship at
Dutto, Montann, In, 191.1, wns elimi
nated by Robha Haync, San Francls
c.p, In ono of 'tho hnrdest fought
matches of the day. Macaw was ono
up going t(i the 17th. Hnyno won
this hole nn'd halved tho 18th. An
enormous gallery followed tho play
ers down to tho 19th hole.
Hnyno's card: 40-3C-7C.
Macaw's card: 39-39-77.
SALKM, On, Juno 21. furl Shoe
innkcr, editor of a Hocburg ni'Wjm
pcr, wan npjmiiited pnmo wnrden by
tho Oregon Unit nnd game commis
sion nt itu mcctim; here todny. A. II.
Lea was appointed to this position nt
a previous meeting of tho couunis
hion, but refused to, accept, Tjio re
cent appointment of H. E. Clnuton n
master fish warden whs uliniigeil to
dny to that of hupt'iintciiileiit of
lilttcliqries. The eoinniiBioii planned
to npjloiut ir master fisl) warden late
With Mcdford trado Is Mcdford mado.
OATH OF OFFICE AS
WASHINGTON, Juno 21. Tho
tjnltcd States government today noti
fied all forelgngovcrninents of tho
nppolntment of Robert Lansing to bo
secretary of state. Notice wns also
sent to all diplomatic and consular
representatives of the United States
in foreign countries.
Mr. Lansing took the oath of offlco
today as tho 'successor to William J.
Bryan. High officials, diplomats
and closo iwrsonal friends wcro on
hand to witness tho ceremony nnd ex
tend their congratulations.
Formal announcement of tho se
lection of Mr. Lansing was mndo by
President Wilson before his de
parture last night for Now York.
Tho now secretary of stato wns In
receipt of many congratulatory mes
sages, among them a letter from his
predecessor, Mr. Ilryan, who ex
pressed tho wish thnt success at
tend him "personally nnd officially."
Infants and Invalids
The Food-Drink for all Ages
Rich milk, malted Brain, fn powder form.
irn ur.n. inv.lwU irJ trrawins children.
Pure nutrition, upbuilding At whole body.
Invigorates nurung moiner w mo -
More healthful than tea or coffee.
Unless you say "HOKUOICS-'
you may got a aukstltutem
On all microbes, germs, dirt
and spots. Our plant 13
modern, sanitary and wo
know how. .Try us and bo
convinced. Speeial attention
to all classes of work.
$50.00 PRIZE SLOGAN
GOLD SEAL, BUTTER CONTEST
1st For tho best slogan submitted..., v $l!0.no
2nd For tho noxt best slogan submitted $10.00
3rd For the next best nlognn submitted.. $7.50
4th For tho noxt best slogan submitted.... $5.(10
Gth For tho next best ulogaii submitted...: : '. $-.r0
Cth For tho next b6st slogan submitted Ssl.no
7th For tho noxt best slogan submitted t?i!.r,o
Slognn must not consist of morn tlica ka words, and must bo
written plainly with nanio and nddrcss of contestant thereunder.
Each contestant may submit not more than fivo slogans.
Each slogan or group of slogans submitted shall hnvo attached
thereto a gold seal taken from tho wrapper of n package of Gold
Two prizes will not bo nwnrdod to tho samo contestant.
Contest closes C p. m. July 3rd, next.
All slogans must bo nddessed to Contest Department, Jackson
County Creamery, Medford, Oregon.
Wo want yon to l.r.ow that It would bo Impossible to churn but
tor Just as good ns Gold Seal In your own home.
Call at our plant somo morning nnd see fiow scrupulously elenn,
how sanitary nnd how thoroughly equipped this modern creamery Is
nnd you will agree, with js. Hosldes wo use only tho very best
cream obtainable In Jackson county In tho making of GOLD SEAL
JACKSON COUNTY CREAMERY
Tho Sanitary Phint. '
Tho storo where low prices prevail at all times. We want onco more to call attention to the fact that wo aro
not running a sale, but that tho prices we aro maldng aro everyday prices not on today and off tomorrow
but prices which we havo mado for tho entire season. Give, us your entire business for one montli and
koep a record of the saving on each itom. Tho result will surprise you. We know that if you will give
this a good, honest test your future business will bo ours.
A FEW ITEMS in DRY GOODS
Hope Muslin S
M-in. Indian Head 15
Devonshire Cloth 17
Uerkoley No. 100 ("Mmbrie,...ll
8-1 Bleached Sheeting 21
Heikeley No. (i Cambric .1.1
Worth Cheviot ....10
lid-in. Silk Pongeo 69
-Which Silk Pongee M)$
All Linen Crash S';l-
70 in. All-Linen Damask 75
Hod Spreads OS?
LADIES' SHOES '
Kid. button or lace $2.00
Kid, patent tip, buton or lace,
at $-.- o
Doiigola, button, low hool, for
growing girls '. $2.o5
Patent, lvitl ov gun metal, button,
doth and loathyr top .. .$3.15
Jiixt in, Patent Military Lace,
xry or black cloth top..$3.25
Darning Cotton 26
Crochet Cotton 46
Wire Hairpins 1
Hox Assorted Hairpins 46
8 07.. Peroxide V2c
Air Float Talcum 86
Colgate's Talcum V26
Colgate's Shaving Soap 4
Colgate's Large Toilet Soap.S
,' papers Safety Pins 5
KMnitton Lisle Cloves 39
Percale Duugalow Aprons.. 386
Jiadies' Cnion Suits l?6
Kid. button 90c to $1.35
Dougola button. ..
Patent button . . ..
White Canvas Slippei$l to $1.25
Mary .lane Pumps . 90c to $1.00
Two-Strap Velvet Pumps
at $1.20 to $1.35
Infants' Kid ljutton or hu-e. ..75c
$1.13 to $1.58
.$1.35 to $2.05
$1.80 to $2.15
Foiir-in-Tland Ties 10c
p'our-iii-Hand Ties 13
Koiir-in-1 land Ties 236
Three Work Shirts $1.00
Dest Work Shirts : .' M6
Hlack Socks i)6
Work Socks, per doz S9
Canvas Cloves 56
Cotton IJ'lannel Cloves $6
Large Coloretl Ilandk'i' 5
Pest Union Suits $86
Palbriggan Shirts and Drawers
111 .. 4J iC7
Soft Dress Shirts 53
(Joodyear Welt Calf, button or
Giuinietal, button or lace..$3.25
Barry Gun Metal, button or lace,
Boys' Cum Metal, button
$1.48 to $2.00
lioys' Veal Lace $1.15 to $1.67
Men's Heavy Work Shoos
!...- $2.15 to $3.60
C. W. Whillock & Son