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MJJJ)OliIJ MAIL Till HUN IS. MEDFORD. OHKH OX, SATURDAY, JULY 17, 15)15
U W m V I ' fc
Thomas UbIIpv, well known over
this part or Oregon, but recently lo
cated on "Ward's creek, went to I.ob
Angolos Tiieidny where ho will Hhort
ly celobruto his 81th birthday. Mr.
nallcy snyn ho thinks ho is the. old
Ott ploner In Southern Oregon to
day, that is, ho has lived horo long
er, lie. en mo to California in lsni,
nud roaohud Jacksonville in tho
spring of 1862, nid strango to nay
tho gontloman gots nround in protty
spry shape ltoguo Itlvor Argus.
"Hobos and hand-outs," "DohtH
and vacations," "Ohoy In Marrlago,"
etc. Question box topics at tho I 'I rut
M. 13. church Sunday night. Ho list
In Church notes,
B. II. Hossor, tho cashlor of tho
ltoguo Itlvor bank who was robbod
last spring, tho robber burling nmo
'nla in his face, has loft tho country
on" account of a scandal In which
lie was mixed up In with n neighbor's
wife. Ills furniture wns shipped to
Now York .Mills. .Mliinosola this week.
"TrxI-333" lfic anywiioro In city.
Formorly Alco Taxi. Now offlco Nash
Hotel, Phono 333.
- 0. M. llnxloxvood of HVons valley
is reported seriously- 111 at his homo.
Airs. It, 0. llonnoy and children
of ltoguo Itlvor nro spending u fow
days with rotative In Medford.
Velvet .to cream nt Do Voo's.
.1. W. Jacobs, formerly of Medford,
now of Bhedil, Oragou, was a recont
Boo Dnvo Wood about that flro In
surant policy. Offlco Mall Tribune
Harry Ilolmcr of ltoguo Itlvor left
t(ilB weok for Arizona.
Koop a copy of the specifications of
tho 10 10 Studolmlior car In this Issue
nml comparo them with tho car you
nro planning on buying. 100
Mrs. II. N. llutler and daughter of
ltoguo Itlvor aro visiting In Medford.
l'ord seat covors nnd Hoods cellu
loid lights. Tent Factory. 101
John Opp of Jacksonville spent Frl-
day In Medford attending to busluoss
I tako prldo In making you'r watch
keep perfect time. I havo every fu
clllty for doing fine watch ropnlrlng.
Johnson tho Jewnlor.
An unusually largo number of
country people are In tho city today
nttructod by tho July union now bo
ing hold by lacnl merchants. It Is
ouo of the largest Saturday crouds
Don't fall to see tho complete speci
fications for tho 191C "Btudebakor"
In this Issue.
' v-,- Qy&S&iP- Wa ivy traffic of spoc-
tlril tralWfroni tho KlkH' convention
'Ant l.otCAiiMelM and (ho Bhrlnorfl moot.
Ing at Heattlo. regular imssenger
: trains on tho Houlhorn I'aelflo havo
been from one to four hours lato tho
last two days. No. 15 duo at 10: 15
this morning arrlvod ut IX: 80. The
las't of tho spoclul trains will pass
through tho city today.
Do Voo carries tho best lino of
nvo cont oJgars Jn tho olty.
A number of WHiidorors who have
boon lilvoiuialiiK on Hoar ereok wuro
ordered out of town Friday afternoon
by tho jiollw. The pollcq say tho
outfit onmn uji town tu the osonliig
and hojlHod (JjioiibIi money on tho
streets to keep them In ilrlnk and
food tho net day. Now and thun
thoy xybuld make a sortie on n nelli
boi')iiK'grduii or beu house.
Johnson, at tho Hook Store, an
' o.xport wateh ropsher.
MtuUn ltedd who tin lieeti 111
for some tlHi Is convMltwrlnx rapidly
and Is able to uouie up town dally.
'lie Is gHlnlng In wmInIiI fast and Is
roKslujug fate old slmigth.
nioeolnlW.XD cent lb. Do Voo's.
('I It. O. Washburn tfTlit Itoek
Hpent Friday Hfteruuou In Jlwlford
Httuuilllig tu liualiMMut matters.
Thi jour watch tu Johnson, the
iftwttor. you will' weirs unusually
. K'hhI Mrvle.
A. p. Pluming of Ashlsud was u
IhicIhms visitor In llie city FriiUy
Ilome-iHAile istslry t the Bttitsta.
William Allku hu received a let.
ler from an old friend tu Uudou,
(browing a new light (Mi the war sit
uation and the British frame of wlml.
The Mtr states Kngland will net
"pull the (heaUuU out tf the fire
for her allies,' by tending great srin
ies to the continent, and that prsetl
ell all she is doing at the present
time U to furniMh liuasln and Italy
with Hiuultlons and money. The
writer saxs Out after Qermaity has
been weakeuxd through the efforts
of Franc and Kussla, Knglwd vlll
send an ami) oi Nur million for the
"grout filean up '
Hafety and errvlri We give both.
HolUMW, the luaaurance Msh.
A. A. t'rofl or Agate I In tho ell)
today attending to business metiers
and talking Irrigation wMh friend
I. eon liMkius, T K Daniels. W H
,M(1ovmiii and ('ail Trngwald, who
June liwu attendlm the Klk' con
vention at U AngU-. hmi rrium
the first of tljo Wnek
Merchants' hunch, iif The 3baita
Siskiyou pr 09ljUn water
Hud Anderson, former pride of
Medford, received his usual licking
nt Tacoma Friday night, when ho was
knocked out In the last round of a
four rouud bout with Hilly WeokB.
Hud was otitboxed, outgeneraled, out
fought, und out-ovorythlng else. Jlild
has not coma anywhere near winning
u fight for 18 months, and his friends
nnd well-wishers In this city, would
greot with Joy the announcement that
ho had quit tho ring forever.
Hnvo you tried ono of thoso 5c
milk shakos at DoVoo's?
Merle Kellogg and C'olu llolmos
loft Friday night for Central Point,
whoro they will bo employed on sur
Alco Taxi, 15c anywhere In pity;
prompt calls, caroful driver; phono
J, I'. Kgan of Hrandon, Is among
the out of town visitors In (ho olty.
James Owens nud wife of Wellon
nro spoudlng (ha day in the city at
tending to busluoss mutters and vis
Frosh roasted peanuts at Do Voo's.
Hay Ashpolo of Knglo Point Is vis
iting friends nud attending to busl
Tho police have served notice that
(ho city ordlnnnco rolatlvo (o keeping
tall lights on nutos lighted at night
at all times and places.
J. O. Gcrklng, tho best all around
photographer iii southern Oregon.
Always reliable. Negatives mado any
whoro, tlmo or place. Studio 228
Main St. Phono 320-J.
Walter Harrington, press operator
of the Associated PersH, will return
Monday from a vacation spent In Cali
fornia. Arthur .1 Hose or this city left this
aftornon on n short business trip to
Got your butter, eggs, cream, milk
dnn butter milk at Do Voo's.
S. II. Holmes of Kaglo Point spent
Friday In Medford attending to litisl
Ouo of the host baseball games of
tho season will bo played tomorrow
in this olty when tho Klamath Falls
team rompotcd of a number of form
er University of Oregon stars, and tho
best diamond talent In Klamath coup
ty meets tho local, aggregation. The
vlujtors nro coming with n brass band
urid'a liirgd 'delegation of rooters.
Tho local team Is now In the best qf
shnpo. und expects to tako hoiiio of
tho high hope out of the strangers.
Caster will nltcli.' Ill'gsboo. n'forinor
,11. "of Gu stmr.wjjl do tho lab wqrjc
for the visitors. '
Fred Merrill of Grants Pnuts Is In
tho city today ntlondlng'tV business
Tho Commercial club Is distribut
ing KogifolHver llfcrutui,o'oii the
spoclul Bfirluor nud IJIk,, H-ulns pass
ing through tlui city. This uftornoon
Slirlners from Texas, Oklahoma nnd
KautfjiKjiiiiKiioil, through,, , ,
Stale Game Warden ("nil Shoemak
er of Itosehurg, Is In Medford on n
trip of Inspection, his first since his
appointment to office. Hu U ucooju-
prtnlcd 'by -Chief Deputy Drlsnoll,
Screen Master Sandry nnd Warden
Jack Altken. Sun Sundry, superin
tendent of Ncreons, nud State Game
Warden Shoemaker, left this after
noon for Kvaus creek to Inspect n
screen Invented by Allkun for use In
Suoloy Hull relumed Friday uftor
noon from a four dutt auto tour of
the Crater Lake and Palllcan bay
district with a ltaymoud-Wlillvomb
party from lloston
Mok Kline of the Griffin district
spoil I Friday In .Medford utlondliitf
to business matters.
Adrian Huso of Griffin erook spent
Friday In the city lilting friends and
attending to business mutt or.
Attorney A. C. Hough of Grunts
Puss spent Friday in Medford attend
lug to business mutters.
Miss Ponrl Hues of Central Point
visited friends and relatives In this
Joe HeemHii of Gobi Hill transacted
business matters In this city Friday
George Srhumm or Jacksonville
was taken to tho Sacred Heart hos
pital this afternoon, aufterlug from
a brukeu right log sustained when
s mass or rocks in a mine In which
he was working fall, pluulna him to
the aiound. Sohumpr had a narrro
icape from being burled alhe Tin
injured tiiaj) was brought to tiiU . ii
h) wagon, and Dr. Cunroy railed
ZAPATA FORCE FLEES
FR0,M MEXICAN CAPITAL
WASHINGTON, July 17. General
Zopata's nrmy, drlvon from Mexico ,
City and retreating southward, has i Villa ns tho peeno for hla next encoim
henn routed by pursuing Carrnnzn , tor with the northern nrmv of Car
troops In the valley below the cnpltnl, ' ranza.
according to n'lllsp.atch
General Cnrranza to hla agency here.
Zh PASO, Texas, July 16, Jim-
ulco, 45 jnllos south of Torrcon, has
been selected hy General Francisco
After his loss of Aguas Callcntcs
and Zacatccas, Villa led his army to
Torrcon, and announced that it wns
there ho would make bin stand. Ac
rordlng to passengers there, ho later
concluded bin rhanco for successful
defense wns bettor In tho hills about
Jlmulco, to which point ho Is said al
ready to havo moved hl3 hoadquar
ters. A fow miles north Is tho Plcar
dlaVs bridge, ono of tho largest be
tween tho frontier nnd Mexico City
and tho destruction of this In caso
of another defeat would. It Is thought
retard Obregon's pursuit.
IKIOIMllniKott , ...
iioui,iw i ii, .Miiy jr.'-ruNvn'- rii
irnT (inlun i
(llO (Urtlf'k oti I he Hinu
llfA(s. (lie llieorv of me hen1
(leriimiiy while not k1iIiii vr in
Ainericnu diplomulie iIi'i'immlN that
iiiiunned aliim be warned or ntluck
in uecorilunce with inteniHlioiiiil law,
wiia in pmclir-c idysertiuif lhu pro
eeilure. ,Pn tltiil Ifieor.v iniieli liop.(jn( hern
IllliU lor Hie aueeeMKluJ loftoel jil' Hie
iliploimilic reprexenlutuiiiH binuglit
uhoiil bv (lie LiisitHiiin diftjixtcr. In
support of their llieorv offiriuU luul
jioinlcil out Unit the British ship-,
Armeiiinii and Anwlo-t'aliforiiinn, on
liotli of illicit Americnn lives uck
lent, weio wunied before nttnek. In
iiHinucli iih belli nttempleil to exenpe
nnd one uetunllv did Hie I'niled
Slnlen held it eould gno it aiilijeclr
in (hose oiihcm no relief.
Tlie iew lluil (leiniiiny n- )iol
eoiiduetiiitr her siibmiirine wuirnro in
neeordnnee with llie piineipleH for
which (he United HIhIch i'odI cikIh bus
been so eonfiilontlv enleitniiied in nl
fieiul (tiiirlem Unit (he nttnek on the
Ordiiun euuie iih little ish than i
THAW SPENDS FIRS
ATLANTIC CITY, Ju'y 17 Harry
IC. Thaw's first night of leal freedom
In yenrs was spout In restful sleep
nt a beach front hotel here. After
yostorday's uonry rldo down tho stato
from Now York, where bo was releas
ed on ball, Thaw a much rcfroidi
ed nnd prepared to spend the day
qnlotly JIu.rciiinfnodi.mit of, sight,
early In tho day nud took breakfast
In his room. Tho (lining room of the
hotel was crowded with guests, many
of ..whom -prolonged their nfcals hop
ing to see him.; '
' ' So fur asould be learned Thnw
has formod no definite plans for tho
Immediate future. Then length or
his stay here k not known, hut It Is
believed he will go to hu homo In
Pittsburgh In a fow -days.
ST. I'Al'L, Mum, Jul IT A
Hiiuill iHihleliunrd bn nddn --ei to
(loveinor W. S. Uiimmoud mil ou
iiiiiiins; u i-intiidje, In which tui. ut
tuelied u fuse, waa oMned h Seeie
tary C. M. Ainliiwl in the Kiieriior,-
office in the cHiilol Hum utteriinu.
Atlnelieh hiiv llml if (luxeinoi
Hiimmoiiil had not been nut ol town
the liifernul luncliiue would liuve
gone iliitH'tlv to I he giveriun. The
go vei nor being away, but Hcrretnn
oienei tlm package nud upon di
covonng itx eouttitt. indificd the St.
I'niil Hlice deimrtmniL '
The npUirulit wj- I.iI. n r i.W
by doliTliM'". ' ' ' , J
If ou feel "blue' No tu;ui)(".
lasy. you uJM a good eleMiiIng out
IIHUIHNIl'li the right thing for that
pui'iHHW. It iitlmulutes tho liver,
topon up (Jj.0. JhUMUUsJi, ujid puilfiex
the bowies. Prloo 50c Sold by (
For Cooking aid Heating and
Conserve Our Naturail Resources
When yon burn COAL, WOOD, OIL or (GAS,
yon liave destroyed a product that cannot lie
' replaced for hundreds of years, if ever.
Thofsun is-daily raising water in the. form of
''vapor from the ocean into the clouds, which v
" , ' falls'as rain or snow in tho high mountains,
ij iid' turns the water wheels for generating
electric power on its way downward again to
,'. tho, sea.
This power can he used over und over again
' without loss of anv of our natural resources.
Investigate our "Rates for Electric Heating and
Electric Cooking, made possible by SIX
EAftGE POWER PLANTS, and 400
MILES OP TRANSMISSION LINES, en
abling us to generate and deliver power at a
minimum oi' expense.
California -Oregon Power Company
216 WEST MAIN ST., MEDFORD, OREGON
.. . , &
5- -J ' $ $ ''J "" -v ''X
! I hi in
DUE TO GERMAN TORPEDO.
(Couttinueil trom Piio 1.)
ci.iii-.'. to follow snu Hddcl th ,t '
Home re.Mi'tt. he did St foll lb-
out. In urt iMMnltMl ui.
ever, thai the MitmiratU ilt-H "'
wetv mil iiiiide,l to prsvenl i '
Tuiwi t'ltun xennsing his uoh m
judpiit-Nt. unit that his faikti i- I
lo the udiiiuultv' attvi I" ' '
win. uo tvanu fur blaaw."
"Tilt' twdwiiuN f Im Uu-h i i '
sHN trH 31". to I kl -M
'f1 the vjMnel fswlr lfca "ilo '
boat on ths Atlantic, hik! Mron Mi
m-. unit as fosnl tbsss wm ".. i.-..
mini to Mmjus lit t'mmrJ iosimii loi
Hu- i . iiimmv tJunnff war Ibu.
K'lutitv t lh Hdmirnsty igt-lrue
iioh-i. tti ..ii 1 1 aal this pha" ut
tin iti.i nirv i- !' CassarM ana Until
wtmbl'hft niMli-ar in iitsbtH usTirfl
TOO tuVVK 1(1 OiaSSlKT.
I.OSf Small koIiI i bain' pure
mounted on Inside Hni, iihiiic V A.
Wood fontaliii d UK h Ke and n
f xx ci ill-' Miidi'ii iiw.trd for re
tin n to Mr- 1 v i ornMch 11
HFT Pf HF1 P
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Here Goes Your Old Ball Game
Sunday, July 18
Medford vs. Klamath Falls
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Here is the best bet of the season, comes now Klamath Falls the
All-Star Champion Contenders of Southern Oregon, Backed by $
One Hundred Fans and a Big Brass Band to show the
Medford Boys the Way to Go Home !
"CANT BE DONE"
Not When We're Looking and Medford is Trimming Up for
, DR. RICKERT
BE THERE AND HELP WIN
GAME CALLED AT 2:20 SHARP
bottle at Do Voo's.
MKDKOKD. . . . 0HKG0N
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