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MEDtfOKD MAID TRIBUNE, MEDFOltD. OTtEaON. FKTDAY. JULY 00,191,1.
9. I. Wlliion ana family of Tnlent
upont Tliiiratlay cvcnlnn in Mcdfonl.
Mrs, "Wick Vox and MIhb Kvolyn
Tnylor havo returned from a two
weeks vucatlon spout on tlio l.Ittlo
fiul-Ssa" lfic nnywlioro In city.
Formerly Alco Taxi, Now offlco Nash
Hotel, Phono 333.
Dr., Gowdy spont Thursday In Jack
sonville nttondlnt; to business mat
tern. Man 'a Summer imdorwear 43c fit
tho Golden llule. Ill
Al CnHlor, tho Modtord southpaw,
will pitch for Yroka Sunday In n
Kamo agnlnBt "Weed.
Velvet ico cream at Do Von's.
Mrs. HoRor S. Uonnott and win
Pranced liuvo roturnod from a tluoo
weok's visit to San Francisco.
Miss I.ounsbiiry, Mllllnnry, at tho
M. M. Dopt. Sloro, oarly Full Foils
and Novelties. 1 1C
M. M. Allien Iioh roturnod from at
tendliiK tho fumiral of IiIh brolhnr'n
wife In Hontllo.
.lack Tar Middles nt Final Clear
nnco prices 118, $1.19, $1.18. Ahreim.
Our NIoholB of Urownsboro spent
Thurirday In Mcdfonl iittcndlni; to
buslnoss muttarn In this city and
Seo Davo Wood about that flro ln-
miranco policy. Offlco Mall Trlbuno
.1. W. Motcalfo, division superin
tendent o fthn Southern 1'uclflc, and
C. 1). West, division onKlnoor, wore
taken over tho Pacific highway
Thursday by A, B. Hosonbauni of this
city. They woro highly plonsud with
tho Jauksou county portion of tho
work, and made portlnont romarks
on tho dlfferonco hotweon thin statu
All Biimrnor wash Koods reduced at
tho Golden Uulo. Ill
Georso 'Noun or and wlfo of Hose
burp, nro vlsltlnR friends and rela
tives In this city for a fow dayB. Mr,
Noiinor Is nreserutlni: nttomoy of
Douglas county and tho parly haB
Just returned from a visit to Crater
Your cholco of all sunimor trim
mod hats, muny dark huts suitable
f6r early fall, vnluos to $13, now
$2. OS. AhreiiB.
J. C. llaworth of Lnko creek npent
Thursday In Medford uttondltiK to
1 tako prldo In makliiB your watch
koop perfect tlmo. I havo every fa
clllty for dolnjt flno watch ropnlrliiR.
Johnson tho Jeweler.
8. Washburn and wlfo of Lebanon,
OrOKon, aro visiting frlunds and rol-
atlvos In this city for n few dnyn.
Mon'a Work Shirts at tho Golden
Itulo 3 for $1.00. HI
The Holland Hotel has boon nam
ed tho official hotel ot tho Califor
nia Auto association.
- When that auto whool orockB nnd
rlopH It needs flxlnir. Wo mako nB
solid as now, nt a nmall oxpeimo. Ml
lings Carriage ond Auto Works.
IC. A. and M. J Murphy of Ottawa,
Illinois, uro among tho eastern peo
plo In tho olty and valley this week.
More than ICO untrlnnued shapes
to closo out values to $1, now $1.00.
MosdomoR W. J. Malonoy and Skill
man r OranlB Paw spent Thursday
In Medford visiting friends.
Do Voo carries tho best lino of
flro cent clgnrs In tlio city.
County Clerk Gardnor spent Thurs
day nftornoon In Medford on official
Children's whlto oanm oxfords at
tho Golden UuIh to closo out S'Jc
' K. A. Hlldreth of tlutto Fulls spout
Wediuday In Medford attending to
Johnson, nt tho Hook Store, an
expert watch repairer.
Peter Watson an dllerbert Koiitnor
havo returnotl from n short trip to
Your oholto of mirlHK wilts. value
to $10. now $1. mny o' "
make good foil innuentH. Ahrons
Witter ComiMlMlnner CMmmok ar
rived In Medford from wMtorn Oro
gon via Crater Lnko Thursday.
Merohants' Lunoh. 2Bo. Tho Hbasta.
Mlwt Olu Hollo loft ThurwUy
afternoon for a wewk's vtalt with
friends and rslatlvos nt Yroka, Cal.
Mr. C. W. WhlllooK. tho buyttr for
tliu Golden Kulo. hi now in New York
soudlHC put lutw fall goods.
Hon Plywftl Mitt Stmrty MMn
havo retarnwIrroiH a wk's flhl
tlio In tho lrit 4Mrlt.
SklVou or Gab! ater, 10c per
bottlo at De Voe's
At. J. lCmtrlek nnd lbrh Orwui
win ! hrU tat h ''
rijkhluH hmHU ftP "
oroBi. . .
daidK'! iruM at (ImI tor
nncVrt jiriw &!. r. H Ahrs.
jjphji Orbw of Pru' la
to heaj" Iro l' Thur.l
qKocolates SO aU lb IK- Voo's.
ill. A, lli'"lu "' "" 'i"n
Homoinado atry at tU SbMta
Gcorgo ratilln Martin and Francis
Anna Neevel of Itoguo Hlver were
mnrrled Thursday, July 20 nt Itoguo
Hlver. Tho ceremony wos performed
by tho groom's father, James Mrtrtln,
bolng witnessed 'by relatives and In
tlmate friends. Mr. Martin has been
a resident of Itoguo Hlver for flvo
years past nnd 1ms resided In Jack
son county for 20 years. Tho bride
taught in the nogue Hlver schools
during tho pnst year.
Immense values on that $r..()0
rack ot tailored suits and coats.
J. II. Mason has been elected mayor
of Klamath Falls by n, vote of 304;
Crlstor Was next with 314. Mason's
election, It Is claimed, will bo fol
lowed by a cleanup, as his support
came largely from tho chinches.
Toko your watch to Johnson, tho
Jowoler, you will recelvo Unusually
Grants PasB will havo a munici
pal bath house, the plans having been
porfoctcd at tho Inst council meet
ing. Dy paying a small fee of fl
contB tho bather can have a berth
to himself while to children It will
bo free. Tho small fee Is to help
defray running expenses.
Now Fall shoes nro arriving at thn
Golden Uulo. lit
Kid Drown while taking n bnth In
his homo Tuesdny night sustained a
badly burned wrist ns tho result of
stopping on n plcco of soap. Tho
water In tho bath tub Is heated by
gas. Drown went to turn off the
heat, and In so doing stopped on tho
soap. Doth foot flow out from un
dornealh him, and the falling man
grasped tho heater. Deforo ho could
lot go tho flesh was seared.
Safety and service Wo glvo both.
Holmes, tho Insauranco Man.
Tho iipecch of William Jennings
Drynn brought to Medford from all
parts of tho valley a good attendance
of tho old guard who wero followers
of Uryan In his first campaign In
180C. in that oloctlon Dryun swept
Jackson county by a two to one vote.
Tlio nppoaranco or tho crowd lndlca-l
od again the Miiiiuatnknblo hold tho
commoner has on tho nffcctlons of
tho plain people.
All trimmed sumtnor bats cholco
$l.ri0; untrlnimcd shapes $1; flowers
half prlco. Sale starts Friday, July
30 and runn ten days. Dcrnnrd Mil
Mayor O, If. Johnson, C. D. Lam
kin, Chns. D. Wolf, K. J. Kalsor,
Dort H. Greer, I). F. McWllllams,
K. K. Plilpps, Win. Myor wero among
tho many from Asliland that attend
ed tho Drynn mooting.
Frosh ronslod peanuts at Do Voo's.
Mr. and Mis. John II. Worst ot
Fargo, N. ., aro guosts of tho Hol
land hotel. Mr. Worst Is president
of tho North Dakota Agricultural col
lego, and noted throughout tho mid
dle west as an orator and odurator.
Thoy will vlBlt tho oxposltlonB at San
Frnnclsco and San Diego boforo re
turning to North Dakota.
Alco Taxi, ICO niiywhoro In city;
prompt calls, careful drlvor; phono
Hov. F. W. llussard of Seattle will
preach In tho Lutheran church next
Sunday at 11 a. in. On August 8,
Hov M.' K. Doulton of Tho Dalles,
president of tlio Pacific Synod, will
visit tlio congrogntlon. Doth aro
ablo spoakeis, and mi tboro has boon
. ... ..... ..i. ......it r.iM unvuriil
no services in ww viuuuh "'
ill weeks slnco Hov. Wllker leu, a
largo crowd Ib expected to nttend.
For siiItcuBCs, bags nnd truiiKB go
to tho Golden Uulo. ,l,
Uv.Alilornian Chnriou Ailing '
Chicago nnd bride, who havo vlsil-
...i fp.ir Lnko on their weaning
lor. wero taken over the p.iveu
highway by Mrs. Seth Dullls and wero
highly pleased with tho Uoguo rlvor
vulloy. Mr. Ailing was chairman oi
tho uldormanlc commute which caus-
od tho vice otuan-up In Chicago, no
Is a retired capitalist
J. O. Gerklng. tho best all around
photographer In southern Oregon.
Always Tollable. Nogntlvos mado any
whore, tlmo or place. Studio 228
Main St. Phono 320-J.
Mrs John Phillip Sousn and daugh
ter Patricia and Miss Hamilton Abort
all of New York, loturnod Thuisday
from a two days' trip to Crater Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Conro Flero. Mrs.
Floro and MtM Fioro, Gerald Sooy
uiltb and CorMn H.lRell wore alc
In the parly.
Kodaks repaired, and cleaned
Medfoid Hook Store 111
Prank lljbtio or Jacksonville spent
Thursd enlng In Mwlford attend
lit thn Mrynii eercltH.
(t( yr butter egH. croam. milk
dnn butter milk at Do Voo's
MM Flo TkoHttMon or JaiVson
vllle Mnt Thurwla) In Medford U
ItHmtoalon Vbrfote Tiewrlter for
Ml chMp MeUford Hook Store
H V KtMRsIM of Hwrubrook spent
Wwtnwtday hi M4ford stlfwdlDK to
llav-8 ya trM aae of thoso to
milk UM nt DoVao'sT
n V tolltkiiry of iMlew t awnnn
tko out of town vlatun In tb city
Wto CaaMra 9kop tor first
KiMiak flMlai aaU Kodnk supplhw
O.orM OMsW of MOBIMU t'al.
I vtslttoc rrtn4 ond rrUilv m
I Hi 'Mr for a f w das
K. V. Carter and party of Ashland
visited Crater Lake Thursday.
Quick service for your Kodak fin
ishing. See Weston's Camera Shop.
The funeral 'service of F. Ossen
hrugge, pioneer business mnn of
tills city, who died Thursday morn
ing, was held Thursday afternoon
from the Perl Undertaking parlors,
the Itev, W. F. Shields of tho Pres
byterian church officiating. The
services at tho grave wero conduct
ed by the Masonc lodeg. A large
number or friends and relatives jmM
the final tribute.
F.arly Fall Felts, newest pattern,,
lowest prices, latebt colorings. Miss
Irfiiinshury, Millinery, M. M. Dept.
The Medrord baseball team will
meet Weed a week from Sunday and
wiy bo greatly strengthened. Tho
Drant brothers of Talent recent ar
rivals from Fargo, N. I)., will bo In
tlio line up. One of them Is a first
baseman, and Ihls will give Curley
Wilson u chance to go behind the
bat, and Hill to right field. The
Drajit's have played some minor
league bull, and both are, good hit
ters. Tho team is now working to
gt more hitting and less fancy field
ing. An excursion will bo run from
Weed to this city.
Insist on "None lletter Dread"
Den Lamptnnn, editor of the Gold
Hill News, spent Thursday In Med
ford as ono of the many out of town
visitors attending tho Drynn recep
tion and speech.
After church and before taking
that auto ride go to tho Nash Cafe
teria and get tlio best dinner In tho
city. No use to bother cooking your
Joe Deoman and wlfo and daughter
Virginia of Gold Hill spent Thurs
day afternoon In Medrord.
W. II. Lnmpman of Asbestos spent
Thursday In Medford attending to
Daniel's eighth annual clearance
sale begins Saturday, July 31, and
will lust for ono wook during which
ho will mako somo attractive prices
on seasonable merchandise, ns will
bo scon by his nil today.
Gcorgo Potter or Marshrleld is
nmong the out of town visitors in
tho city this week.
D. F. Hunter of Tillamook baa re
turned to his homo after spending n
week In Medford.
Tho annual migration ot city folks
to tho hilts nnd country is now un
der way, many families camping in
tho upper Applegate and In Dutto
creek districts, Mnny nro planning
to leave after August ir when the
doer senson ojioiis.
. During tho W. J. Drynn spooch nt
tho city park Thursday night 987
aittos were counted banked around
the park. Though a careful search
was made by tho speed cop, nouo
could bo found fulling to obey the
Tho last week there has boon an
Inclination on tho part or some own
ers of dogs to rciiuno tho muzzles.
Tho pollco warn that tho ban on un-
muzzlod dogs has not been removed.
Frank Johnson of Ashland spoilt
Thursday In Medford attending to
C. V. Daker of Prlnovllle, Oregon,
Is bending a few days In tho city nnd
vulloy attending to business matters.
Tho annual excursion and picnic of
the Flics will ho run to Colestln noxt
Sunday, a apoclpal train being oper
ated from all points In tho Uoguo
river vn)le. The round trip faro
from this rlt will be $110. largo
crowd will attend. The Medford
band and HtuolrlgK orch
furnish the music and there
a special program of sport
tertnlnmout and ocutests.
Sunday, Aug. 1 Sunday, Aug. 1
ALL ABOARD FOR
The Big "Elks Picnic
WE EXPECT YOU TO BE WITH US
A GOOD TIME GUARANTEED FOR ALL
PRIZES FOR YOUNG AND OLD
Come Along and Have One Big Time
8 A. M.
.Have yon seen those new ladles
waists at tho Golden Hule nt 9Sc.
II. I). Heed and William Fanshor
of Gold Hill spent Thursday evening
Attorney A. C. Hough of Grants
Pass spent Thursday In Medford at
tending to legal matters.
Samuel Hosenburg and family of
the Hear creek orchard, left Thurs
day for Crater Lake.
H. T. Hubbard or the Oak Knoll
orchard, sous ami nephew hnvo re
turned rro rna trip to Crater Lake.
Seasons arrlvuls nt Cinter Lake up
to and including July 28 nro 750
autos and 37A6 tourists, as against
tl12 untos nnd 28G2 tourists at same;
date In l.'14. This year's figures do
not Include the auto traffic from the
eastern or Sand Creek entrance whloh
Is kept sepnrnto and will lucreuse tho
uuton by 100 nd the tourlsla total
PARTY VISITS VALLEY
'!. lKt..l ,
Twenty-si members of tho Coluin
bla 1'nlverslty Geographical society
of N'r' YorK, wero guests of tho
Medford Commercial olub yesterday
morning. Tho visitor!, wero taken
for an nuto rldo through the valley
nnd given an opportunity to seo what
thoy say Is the "parndiso of America"
Tho party was entertained by Lincoln
McCormack at Jho Country club In
tho nftirnoom They wero guests tit
the University club In tho evening.
iThls morning thoy lenvo to visit
Crater Lake. In tho party are: Prof;
D. W. Johnson of Columbia univer
sal, director of oxcttrsiou; Mrs. D. W.
Johnson, K. Or Atwood; F. Uascom,
professor of geology in Dryn Mawr
colloge; I J. It. Dlalr, principal Mc
Klnley school, Trenton, N. J.; A. C.
Uoylo, professor of geology and min
ing, University of Wyoming; C. W.
Drown, professor of geology In Drown
university; J, K. Drown, assistant in
geology, Williams college, Ma.B.; M.
M. FlBher, teacher, Now York City
public schools; C. A. Gaynor, J. J.
Grlfrin, toachpr In vocational schools,
Hoboken, N. J.; F. Holzwassor; J. 7
Howell, studont In Tomo School,
Maryland; K. J. Jacobs, profossor of
chemistry nnd nilnornlogy, University
of Vermont; D. Keen; P. K. Komp;
Major F. It. Lang; A. K. Lobock; O.
13. Lyon, teacher of mathematics,
Central high school, Sprlngriold,
Mass.; D. Morrell; J. K. Mohlo; 13.
A. Moon, nsslstant In geology, Hun
ter college. New Yoric City; I. II.
Ogllvie, profossor of geology, Dur
nard collego, 'New York City; M, C.
Plorrepont, teacher In public schools,
Trenton, N. J.; H. Stnm, graduato
student In Columbia university; It. A,
Steele, teachor In Horuco Mann
school. Now York City; M. L. Taylor,
physiography teachor, Wadlelgh high
school. Now York City; D. K. Van
Haaltzo; C. E. White, geography
teachor, public schools, Trenton, N J.
JoHho K. lloiironiiiii, u eiirpenler,
ngo fil yeniH, died nt the Snerul
1l.nirt liiiuitititl ThiirMlnv uiuht trom
injuries iceeivei wu workuiK at I plact-monLbearli g down.and backache,
'' , i i mi. !.,. ii .,.i, until I could hardly stand und was thor-
I'rnter Lake I luwduy. Hmirdm m 0URh)y nm down wbcn j took Lydia E
wus enrryinj; lumber m hi nhoiilder ' pjnkham'a Vegetable Compound. It
down u trail, und dipped and fell. helpeUmoandlnm in the best of health
i.. ;..., i.. -..v.. liimanir ln Htm 1 ut present I work in n factory ull day
In trjing to m o liiinxi'l! lie Hir. in "jonegjjea d0ng housework so you
liirt hide und deranged intestinal or-1 CDngeo whnt it has done for mo. I glvo
Ilium. Hoaiiliuiiii ioweil the iiccideiil you permission to publish my namo and I
iih triial nt firht. Imt as Inn eondi-lpeakof your Vegetublo Compound to
j. .. .. i... ...... ..I,... t,,l
1 11)11 UIUW WHIM" II" lii'livii i"
tltis oitv WVdnesdnv night hv Maun
L'er A. Ii. I'liikhur-t nf Hie Crater
Luke i-oulimiiv. An operation Iniled
. , . ' . ;. t! i
in bring rebel. Ilonnlimin wiih em-
nloved us u carpenter on the new
iMU-a will t'riitei litiKe Inn. lie in Miriel 1
re bo. wife and th.ee ehildre,,. The fun -
s and en-(erul unitouuccnient will be made
B. P. O. E.
At the Country club tennis tourney
for tho tennis titles of Southern Ore
gon, onger and lleckwlth defeated
Roberts and Adimis this morning In
tho doubles finals In three straight
sets by tho ncore of 0-0, 7-5, and
9-7. A largo gallery saw the con
test. Thursday afternoon Chundler Fgnn
defeated Doudlnot Connor In the sin
gle semi finals, C-l, 4-0, 2-C, 0-7, and
0-4, In a thrilling game. Tho vic
tory gives Fgnn tho right to meet
Adams the club champion, In the
finals tomorrow, Much local Inter
est Is bolng manifested In this con
test, Kgan Is the favorite.
RUSSIA WAITS FOR A
LONDON, July 30. A Wnrsaw dis
patch to the Times dated Sunday
"Tho genornl news today Is unsat
isfactory. It is reported that the
Germans havo crossed the Narow and
dug themselves in. The enemy wero
nt no great distance to tho south last
"Tho sky In alight with tho reflec
tion from burning vlllagea and today
even tho most optimistic nro of the
opinion that It is a question of days
only before Warsaw Is evacuated by
tho entire army.
"Tho loss of Warsaw undoubtedly
would bo an Important blow morally,
and it would bo stupid to minimize
its encouraging effect upon the en
omy, but It would be equally unwlso
to exnggorato its effect on tho causo
ot tho allies as n whole.
Because of Terrible Back
ache. Relieved by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegeta
PhlliulolDhln. Pa." I suffered from
displacement and inflammation, and had !
bucii juuia in my
sides, and terrible
backache eo that I
could hardly stand.
I took six bottles of
Lydia E. Pinkhom'a
pound,and now 1 con
do any amount of
work, sleep Reed, eat
good, und don't havo
a Lit of trouble. 1
recommend Lydia E.
PInkham'fl Vegetable Compound to
every suffering vomam."lrs.HAKRY
I''isilEK,lG25Dountoni3t. Nicctor.'n, Pa.
Another Wonmri's Cnso.
Providence, R. I. "I cannot speak
too highly of your Vegetable Compound
as it has done wonders for mo and I
would not bo without it I had a dis
luuuyui iiiv iriuuus. ra.nuouuii'
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SON, 120 LlppittSt, Providence, R.I.
Dniigcr Slprmls Womcu
aro what ono physician called backache.
headache, nervousness, and the blues.
muBny 'cases they are symptoms of
nmo fmnln derangement or on inflam-
matory, ulcerative condition. which may
. feVble SS&&iSSl
0f American women willlnKly testify to
8 A. M.
i . v .! rjjis y n
?JePifflQr f ;. by the package. Made ritfht
PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT CO.
M ' !
riniw i TTiraa
You Are Never At a Loss For
For the Sunday Dinner we '
have all the choicest and
best Fruits, Vegetables and
MARSH & BENNETT
Second Door West of First National Bank
Clearance Sale Autos
A few new and slightly
used cars at
Greatly Reduced Prices
to get ready for new stock.
A good list of second-hand
cars at prices that are right.
Come and see them.
POWELL AUTO CO.
Your Vacation or Trip
U made more pleaMiit by tho uso of our Tr ivolers
riieckii- no worry about rik of Ions ur tht ft .1, winn
much 1 urrenr 1 carried You uu caU t' iu whtro-
h I OU 8lu.
OVER ?Z VEARS UNDER ONf MANAGEMCNT
Here arc sliown a few
pictures of the packages
brand cakes and crack
ers. The packages are
attractive and pleasing.
You will recognize them
on your dealer's shelf or
counter by the blue sun
burst and the golden
swastika on each end of
The contents arc fully up
to the high standard set
by the package. Made rhjht
here in the Northwest, In fine,
airy, sanitary bake shop, they
come to you fresh and crisp,
right from the ovens.
AiW (or them at your dcaltr1.
Look (or tbf SwuUlu latxl
vu lb rod of try pcki!.
If yon como to iih for thorn.
Wo hnvo sumo of tho finest
lircserveB, olives, pickles, can
ned nicatD, baked beans, and
relishes, etc., that you over
tasted. You will llko thorn wo
know. Hadn't ou hotter In
cliulo somo In your noxt groc
ery order? If you ran't como,