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MMDJfOlil) A1AIL TMTHJNM. iMKJXFORI). OKLCJON", 'ITIOSDAY, Jl'LV 0, 191.1
Dr. nnd Mrs. 0. ('. Van Scoyoo and
children Margaret aud Charles lcuvo
today for San Krnnelsco and othor
points In California. They will he
gone four weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Searlo started
to Ban Krnnclsco hy automohlhi last
Sunday. Mr. Suarlo has lion trans
furred from tho local offloos of tho
Callfornlu-Orcgon Power company to
tho homo offices at San Krnnclsco.
Mr. Searlo has hron with tho MeiN
ford offlco for the past few years
nnd lias been micceodod hy "W. F.
Velvet !to croam nt Do Yog's.
Tho ruKular business inaelliiK of
tho Aniorja class will ho hold nt tho
homo of Miss Kllrahutii Stewart, not
W. Ilamlltoii, Wednesday mvuhIiik,
July 7th, nt 8 o'clock. Mrs. Stowart
will have charKo of the lllble study
hour following the business suasion.
For nprlrots jihono K. N Cnmpbnll,
Winn Kutherlno llollowity has re
turned from a threo weeks' visit with
friend and relative at llrowiiHvlllo.
Tho Medford Vulcanizing workn nro
now vulcanizing punctures nt 2 fie.
IloadniaHtor Joe Smith has return
ed from a trip over tho Derby road
and status that this loutn Is In fine
shape for travel and In hotter condi
tion than the Kiikuo river road.
Got filtered casnllno from tho Ilcd
filter nt Garnutt-Cory'fl.
U. 11. IIiinkIiis Is on it hiislness trip
Soo Dava Wood nhout that flro In
fill ronco policy. Office Mall Trlhuno
Dr. M. C Ilarhor, Palm block,
Hours 9 to 4. Phone: Offlco 110;
Martin Ituddy has sufficiently re
covered to spend Monday on Hoguo
river, tho guest of Dr. H. It. Heoloy.
Do Voo carries tho host lino of
flvo cent clgnrs In tho city.
Dr. Hoddy, Mr. and Mrs. I). V.
Hales or Milwaukee, nnd DoWItt Van
Ofltrnml of Phillips, Wis., havo re
turned to Grants Pass from Crater
lake. Mr, nnd Mrs. A. II. Guiiuell
and Miss Olllo (liinnell, who also ac
companied tho party, will return
Homo-mado pastry at tho Shastn.
J. I), und Will Fry of Grants Pass
with their families, are on an auto
trip to Orator lake,
Chocalatos, 30 cents III. Do Voo's.
Tho Mooii-WIlllnniH Jaumbor com
pany nt Grants PnsB has closod Its
plant on account of complaint against
Got your butter, orbs, cream, milk
dna butter milk at Do Voo'n.
Tho Ashland Kccord Is out with a
profusely Illustrated !M jingo Chau
tauqua number. Tho Issue Is a most
creditable one detailing nt length tho
springs development project nnd the
Siskiyou highway construction and
calculated to do much to advertise
Merchants' Lunch, 2Ec. Tho Shastn.
Mr. und Mrs. Churlo K. Stout of
Julian, Nebraska, are visiting Mr. and
Mrs, I. M. Lyons.
Tho Medford Cannery wants louan
borrliM nnd, pays -Ic a pound. lta
Mrs, S. IC. Shirley and daughter
Mnblu of queen City, Mo., left for
Kloronco, Oro., Monday. They have
been visiting at the homo oKI. W.
Shirley several weeks and are on their
way homo from the fair at Han Kiun
clsuo. Thoy oxpect to siend several
weeks on tho const ufor returning
Fresh roastod peanuts nt Do Voo's.
Mr. and Mrs. Frsderlok l'olouso of
KiiKlu Point spout Monday Iii this oily
Siskiyou or Colostln wntur, 10c per
bottlo at Do Voo's.
I-'Iium of 16 nud costs ware assessed
this inoriiliig b Police Judge (lay to
Medford peoplo, who allowed their
dogs to o unmuaalHd contrary to
city ordinance effeetlVM July 1st.
Four more will be haled Into court In
tho morning to unswer to h similar
chai'Ke. The ihiIIuo announce that
tho ordlunuMi will V' onfoired to the
llrluy your loguttbttri Im to Mod
fori! Cannery mid ns'ttlvu te u pouiitl,
Fr(Ml Wtwks uiottirwtl to Yioku
Saturday, returning to tuts ally gun
day. J. 8. Howard spent Maud)' In Ash-'
laad attending the Fourth of Jul)
J. 0. Gui'klnt,-, tku bpst nil round
photograihon In tjmttJluM'ii Qrun.
Always reliable. N'tynttvi! luailo auy
where, time or plaw. Studio Kg 8
Muln St. Phoutt 310-J.
A. K. McDonald of Trail spent Mon
day in Mwlford altsudiua to huaiut
Have you trUd ttuw of thus Re
milk shakes at IMWs?
IC. V. Smith of drains I'.ixs miiI
Mnndny l Med'ord aiteodiiiK to bun
Orlu Davis of W4 spent Haturdsv
npd Sunday TlaJtJjtf In this clt.
Drink CVIw IXgla "rimi lor tblii '
ID at your ravfiurtlo fountain "
.Mrs Setli llullU or BUcrllnK m-iiu
.Mi)iidu in MtHlfw4 rUltlug.
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SAX KK S IM ,l I . Ki l.xl out iii .. i, ,(.il l',in liovlf, sliip.
Jiihii.'h .). ( iiilii'it, vlni n-tniiiiil H-- u.i. ,ii-niii t.i ih.it ii.ni ner r liei-n "I im liOMiiy With Cowler ever,
coolly from Au-diuliii, slutc- that he , knocked down, I net up mid took no- day now, mill I have never seen u
will drop hiixiiv work oiitirelv for thfliet. To tell the truth about it, J fellow so knick to pick up tiling- n-
iiosent ninl ilfvott nil lii time to the : didn't e.xpoflt Cowler to win from lie is. I pmpoo ehitllenintf .lets
dovoloiMnent of Tom Cowler, Inn I Doyle nt nil. 1 thought he ws till W ilhird in heliMll' of Cowler. If Wil-
"Cowler surprised me nilli liin work
in Aimt rn lie," a.Vw tint ex-ehiiuipiiui
of tiie world. "Ill1 Mill well ciioiikIi
when he knocked out l.es O'Dmiiiell
ninl Goidon ( 'uphill, hut when lie
too irrwii. lie walked out in the firtl Inrd will not accept, the challenge
round nnd knocked Du.vle down. You JIoom for nnv oilier heavyweight of
eotild iiave knocked me w-r willi n lepututioii in the world."
feather. And then when lie knocked, CorhtHt mid Cowler will remain in
hi mini eold in the next round I lie-Sun Fruiiei-.eo a tw days nud then
If ii n In hove virion- of the -lniiiipion- proceed ent.
Joe Murphy, tho bsrlior, wiiilo
Jiim piiiK across a small stream near
Ashland Monday utturnoon siiHtnined
u sprained ankle. Murphy hud IiIk
little girl In his arms, and In lf I'
ll) K from one stone to another his
foot sllpited, and his ankle turned.
Mr. Murphy was hroiiKht to his homo
In this city.
N I.. Hemic! t and family spent
Jul) I on the snow capped summit J wen ihhim' font nil toduy. Aceoid
or Ashland peak. Photographs were i in ( (ho lofiil rirrlrv nfln-f no
taken or the children playing In the ! dmiiiigo was done, the lite liiinnnu'
snow and making a snow iiytn. i out the iinilcrhnih.
A. M. Woodfoid of Coipilllo, Ore-, Thref Hivh were reported frmii the
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K.oii, (iiiiiiiu kiiiiuii-i ui nun i, . urmi iiioiiiii eoiiinry ,MUIiu. nit in
I ASK VOl'H MCK.IIIIOU
Ho muii) thousands of women havo
lien restored to health by hydlu K.
I'lnkham's Vegetable t'ompound that
there Is hardly a neighborhood In
any city, town or hamlet' In this
country whuroin soiii" woman has
, not found health in thH good old-
fushloiiMl not and lurli reined) If
tween (Iritnt Vw" mid Roue Hiver mui .i c iritrtn? fro'ii toim oni-
enh 111, don't jou try It?
tire Inn mil1,' nluiir
I'llflfli' llullt III" WllV
Bam Sandry of Itogue itlver. "up-lJM C0RBETT GOES BACK INTO UGHT GAME; WILL MANAGE HEA VYWEIGHT HE HAS DISCOVERED
VIIIIII7IIMVIH JV QVI CVII IUI HIT 11(11 HIIU
gamo commission, is In the cltv todav
preparing to leave f6r Klamath with
It. W. Ttiihl, editor of the Morning
Sun, left Sunday morning for San '
Francisco to attend the convention of
tho National Editorial asoclatlon to
bo hold In that city this week.
Two thousand dollars' to loan
Holmes, the Insurance Man.
Reginald II. Parsons and fanill)
will lonvo tomorrow on a visit tu
J. II. Gregory of Colostln spent
Monday In Medford attending to bu
I nusH matters. '
I.ouls Flrlch and wife of Jackson
villa spent Monday In this cll M-lt
Hay Mcintosh of lilddle spent Mon-'
day In Medford attending to biislnes
ICeep cool at Chautaiiipja, Jul) fl to
10 at Ashland. Great platform at
tractions, fine camping, fine water '
Season tickets $2.f0. Medford (lav.
July til. si
William Hates spent Monday In
Ashland attending tho Fourth of July
v.. v. Dennis or .Suiom Is among
tho out of town visitors In the city
this weok. '
Charles Simmons of Copper, Cal.,
has returned to his home ufter spend
ing n weok In this city attending to
The Fourth of July passed (pilotly
In Medford. There were only throe
arrests for minor offenses. Sunday
a large delegation nccompanleil the
basHball team to Yrke.a and Monday,
when all the stores und bunks closod
In this city, many went to Ashland,
where a celebration was hold. Many
Medford people Journeyed to the
country spending tho two days fish
ing. Iliu city had a deserted ap
pearance Monday. Most of tho res
taurants suffered somewhat from a
depletion of their larders, the sloros
being closed Monday, with no chuueo
to replenish. Moudav night many
from this city attended tho dance at
Ashluud, and three young men were
arrested for shooting firecrackers
from mi automobile.
Forest Supervisor Marl In Krlck-
son Is on u tour of Inspection of con
ditions in the custom part of tho
Wig Ashpolo spent a few hours
In Ashland Monday with u party of
Frank llyhoo of Jacksonville spent
Monday In Medford visiting friends.
Kd G. Ilrowu and party of friends
left Sunday by auto for a four ilavn
trip to Maishflchl and other Coos
Mrs. A. Ilucklughaiu ami son of
San Frauulseo are visiting tho famllv
of Dr. It. J. Conroy. Thoy will leave
Wednesday on u trip to Crater .ukc.
.loo M. Under of Phoenix is shmhI-
ln tho day in Medford attending to
''8. I). Fan ell of Grant I'ass pnt
Monday In Medford attending to bus
Karl t'lilch has returned to his
stock ranch on I'ulon oreok after
spending several dii)s In this city vis
iting rrlonds nud relatives nud at
tending to hiislness mutters.
Miss Margaret Jones has returned
from a week's visit wltb friends and
relatives In Portland.
Plug horse and ox pi ess or delivery
wagon wanted. Fisher's Itwinilng
I Inline. 00
Carl Teugwald will leave the mid
dle of tho week on a vacation trip to
Ssn Fmuulsco und other California
Win. P. Mealy of Mlnneaiiolls is
visiting his daughter, Mrs. I. J. Noff.
Miss Annus KeusllUK of Auihumu,
Iowa, and .Miss Hhoualter of Seattle,
aie bete to spend the summer h It h
Miss Mhowallor's parents, Mr. aud
Mrs. 8. W. SkowHlter of Central
Among thorn' who spent the Fourth
at Proapvt't were Mr. and Mrs. I.uhih
iteu und fsmil, Mr. and Mrs. Hutch
ison and laiull), Mr. and Mrs. W. I.
VawUr, Mr. aud Mn. Ventou Vas
ter. Mr. Mains of SuhIm llarbsrs, Cal..
Mm K. II I'lckle. Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Calm, Mr. and Mrs W. II. Htewart,
Mr. and Mrs. J. IC. I'olUnger aud
fauill). Mr Frank ui). Mr. aud Mrs
lloiu'r Itothermel aud sou. Mr and
Mrs. M I.. Alton). Mr. mid Mrs. H.
V. I'eart nud fwinil) of Central Point.
Ur. 8 A. Mulkey aud faiiill) of (Vu
tral I'olut. My and Mm. Carl lien
nett aud faujlt).
C H N'eiimuii of Itoteburg Npent
Montis) In Mediiird.
HALL TOURING CAR CO.
For Country Service
And long, hard trips. Competent, (jlmuffeuirs, easy
AVe also operate the Crater Lake aiitoline from
.July 1 to October 1. Auto stage loaves JMcdrord l'or
Cra'ter Lake on rondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
'Speciiil trips can be arranged to leave on any day.
Road information bureau in connection. Office
and stand at the Crater Lake Motor Car Co. tlarage.
COURT HALL, Manager
Is visiting in the city. With his sou
Itiilph Woodford he has been visiting
the exposition lu San Francisco.
Italph Woodford and wife returned
Monday from a three week's vacation
trip to Portland and Sun Francisco.
IMIIIS. .Iiil ii Tin' rim. lit or
General I'oiflrlo Dlux, tln loriuer
president of Mrlro, was In Id t to
o cliM'k this moinlng in tl Cutliol
chinch of St. Honor D'Fluu.
ceieimui) was largely altnubd
Included tb representutlV" i oi
loveriimeui of France and the
Mexico was reprem-nled f
Cisco lh l.u liarru and all th i u
lieilt luembtirs of the .lelcun iiiIoim
The Kciiadorean tuluister to I'i.iii.
and the military attach of ihr .Ian
unese eiiilinssy also were po-stiit.
The bod) of the late M'xiian im
Idenl were deposited In the vault nt
the church, where It will await h,.
iHHt tu America a few days heiire
der conl ml. The present ruin will
preclude nnv tliuijrcr from Im - i.ir
Mime lime, iik the full in repni-liil to
he heiivv in the mountiiin ilitn i-
A lire tliut ragcil for two .- in
Hie footliillH west of Centrnl Point i
ivpoiicil iimler futiirel.
I'assengor and messenger xervl.e
by auto Msklford to ICagle Point and !
return, Wim-Ioh .N'ush hotel S:::u a. m
und ::in p. in. Iteturn from Kngle
I'olut ut convenience or passi-iiKi-m
Trip Wit Central Point If iciiuet-icl
(buret m nasonuble. M.iiic,
Gold Seal Butter Coefes
Mrs. Chas. L. Schiefelin, Mrs.
J. F. Mundy and C. E. Gates,
judges in the Gold Seal Butter
Slogan Contest have such a
large number of slogans to pass
upon that it will be impossible
to announce a winner before
July 8th. Watch paper on that
date for name of the winner
JACKSON COUNTY CREAMERY
Tho S.uillary Plant.
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ii w i: o i: .i,ssi s mih:
ninl lilted l) me.
It will mean sVNsI ( TIOX
Mi:nriiKli. - . . OHKGON
OvorK Tugg und 1 .11 He ('.ill. u
sweeihearu in lloui.ioii T.
Clgnrcttce liflccn yenra nco
arc smokcra of
Cigarettes today !
SU.fr, J$Uf4 (.4-J4fM
A New Drink
M III j TyWfcMstsiXiitil.! i Mi
to vnu on
1'ord is u
nine hi ri
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, i-trouL', durable, di'pi'iid.iblc ImhiI uppenlrf
the iiiiitclili-s -trcii' th of il r nd for
ivcu to more limn r.'iU.oiui iiwiicim, Tlie
utility in every liumau nctiwly, nud it is
lly low in upkeep luiinging two coula n
mi and mniiiluiu.
lie unforeseen, oncli luiycr of n new Fori!
tuil between August, I DM, mid Augiisl,
rceeivB ftnm $! to $tlt) n n shura of
Motor Compuny's protils.
'ur $-IU0, K'unnhout 1 10, Town Car $U04I.
$7.n, Sedan fil"; . ... li..)flrntl with all
On display and ule ut
C. E. GATES
TOO l-ITII'IO OUXSSfKT.
VANTKI)--Uimd second hand .'."
rifle. It. u. l.uut. Talem. On
Houto No. I. : i
I.OHT - I'ulr of lieu skid yhalin. hum
iiit. etc., froiu auto Kifdu in -tneen
Ashland and Kaale I'ului.
Hultalde rurd. J. V Mitchell
I.OBT - Kratornto pin with X in i
IK'Hrls; uamt on 1mm k. Hewaid for j
return to Hi Aoutk N'ewlomi.
K(H( 8AI.K -Horse of all kiuds.
house wagons. rampiiiK waKoun.
harks hurnens. Vinson's llarn, X
Ithernldc .We. 1 Iii
I1KI.P W.WTlCn llaker. rellslile
and exiericn''d, for :l or I months
In the Ashland lis ken on fourth
Mtieet; recoinumtldstloiii uo4m1.
i'l in pfnoli lo Joe ltuk, Aah
PICTURE OF THE STANDARD 01 L TRUCK, NOW IN USE AT
THE MEDFORD STATION IN OHARGE OF A. J. ANDERSON
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Ask For It
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For cerytl.ini; new
and up-to-date in the
MARTIN J. IlEDDY
nu. v-.mt tToiti
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Snider s Pure Milk
From tuburcular tested
cows, delivered in all
parts of the city
Cream and Butler
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E Phone No. 201-J3
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