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MUUX'ORU I'lUNTINO CO,
Office Mull Trllmiifl HiilldlnR, 26-37.28
North Kir street; telepbcmo 76.
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Offlnlnl Paper ot Urn City of Hertford
Urflclnl I'apir of Jaokson County,
Knterrd no necnud-claai mntter at
Medfnrd, Oregon, under llio net of March
Hworn Circulation for 1914, 1J88.
Pull leaned wire Associated 1'res dis
patches. Bubscrlbern ratline to rccolre
papers promptly, phone Clrcu-
latlon Manngor at 260H
HONG KONG KOLUM
', To ounjr lodriv might stluff sofa
llJIlOW With lOVO l-ttt'l plltt) BOft.
t , Kuiiulnloiis!
(Prom Haclno, Wis., Call.)
Wanted Working mnn would lllco
to' board nml room with hoiiio poor
widow. A rid rotis CI, Cnll,
Sitbubs How's your now baby,
Dick? Don't, ou find it brlghtons
up your homo wonderfully?
; Dlclc Yes tho electric light bill
1ms trebled this month I
At, tho 1'itmt
Ofllcor (to now recruit) Have
you over tlono any drilling?
Hccruit Yen, sir ucreH of It I
I'm it farmer's won.
Doctor (lo thief caught In (ho act)
sWhoro nro you going with that
Thief You told mo to tnlca some
thing for my cold mid I thought if
I hnd tho time, nnturu would euro It.
These Pcnolntlto l)i)n
To good old hard boiled roffco
My thoughts with fond noun turns,
lloforu tho liuiovattoii
OT tho ptirrolntliiK urns.
I loved I ho rloh iiroiim
Ah It onmo from nmllior'H pot,
lint in thwn poroolntlvo days,
Alan! I know it not.
Ho nngulril.v I nil mo down,
And tlnintily l alp
The wonlt Insipid fluid
Tlmt Ih only 'lowed In riilp.
I rmr J urn old fiwhloiiud,
Hut It ntitkue mo luntl
Ty bit obllMSU l outer lo
Till puroolnUmji fad.
As 'lliox Hi It in iiinny
(Piom Tama, in., Uonild )
Qfioriv) Itanrioluli, wall known here
away, nail for tho hut ton jenra n
raalilflnt or arlunoll, left hint Thum
(Ifly fgr Jlontau. He thinks of lu
vohIIhk Id govvnuient land thwro
ay, Stella's lliiifoilii Oniutcr
An gpUinlat ( Biait wWo cmu ro
hUUio ut uhjkt Mid ke lemouHil
Irani Urn luttii iimt hvt Imoh
hnudiHl to hi in durlOR tu Uy.
SfiiHnlw who mitro cold ittll
)om Wwm ar uii.l to ihw un
(MrPkrlKBd and Murray)
You're a faruttr, aH?''
Kay. what kind of a Urut did jou
MYltat la a Vowaatwd?"
"A houieateari himhb that (ho
United Stataa government U wllllug
tp but 180 acres of land nyaiaat fit
that you cant live oh It five yean
vj'Uhput starving to duath."
"Wliure win your hQiHMteatl sit
"In Arisen, aari It didn't ralu
once tho whole, tliuo I wa there."
"Tiion how could you keop tho larm
"My wuHUnB ovw It."
"How dr'your walkliiK ovor the
farm keep It iiiolBf"
"j woro va,r v I'uwpa
llHIlUN, Sept. 1. Tho Xatlonnl
XeltunB piibllBlicn todny it Icmllnt; ar
ticle under tho bending: "WIlHon,
Ilrynn nnd Iloosovclt," which Is noto
worthy for its friendly tono nnd for
tho ungrudging admiration express
ed for President Wilson.
Tho nrtlclo sayn tlmt iI'scussIonH
of tho Arabic affair hnvo been in n
qtiltor (ono slnco Count Von llorn
storfr, tho Gorman ninbnssndor nt
Wnnhlngton, prosented his request to
the American government to dolay
action until flcriiinny hnd tho oppor
tunity of presenting Its sldo. Kvcn
the nntl-Uerinan newspnperH admit
ted tho Justice of this request, tho
nrtlclo says, and thcro is now no ol-
staclo to friendly dlKcusslons of rilf-
President Wilson Is pictured In tho
nrtlclo an Htnnrilug between tho two
rivals, whoso nctlvltlcs threatened to
bring about such a sltuntlon that tho
president might mnko his nttltudo to
ward Oornianv dopendent on domestic
"That Profllriout Wilson withstood
tho temptation and may bo counted
on to withstand It further must bo
acknowledged, " tho newspupor snys,
"notwithstanding tho fact that tho
German people cortnluly liavo reason
to ho dissatisfied with his nttltudo
In tho matter of submarine war
Mr, Wilson Is characterized as a
much bot lot politician thnn "tho nil
liicltv DiMin nnd the nstuto Ilooso
vclt NKW YOIIK, Sepl. I. The Kteniner
Hossaiio nrriveri todn Iroin Cariliff,
bringing Captain Vr.e anil t lie erew
of seven of the British schooner Kto
laf, wlneh watj stmlc bv n suliiniuine
fit'ty-eigltt miles east of Onllyliead,
Ireland, on August It).
Captain W'ryu Maid ho wax liouuil
from IJiiiicllVf 1ilon, for INirrn
lioio, X. S., wlien n (Ionium hiiIiiiiii
riue appeared oil' the port side of
the schooner nnd ordered the chmI
"The Hiibmariue eommnuder gave
itn tun minutes to get away, .lust as
all liautls were pulling itway the Hub
ninriuo opened fire on the ncIiooiioi,
Hiiulliug her until she idled nnd cap
sired. We returned to the wieck nnd
hung on until the Ilo-.siii) eanie
along more than live hours later."
N'KW YORK, Sepl I. Police were
eonreliine; today for !'' .1. au Sick
leu of Yakiinu. WiimIi., who lett Ins
liome nine weeks iimo lo eoine lieie
to Migu papers Ihitt would (uTiuit tho
final ilmtHhiitioii of an estate of
iihhHn $1,111)0,0111) left l his gniud
la I her, lleibeil Van Siekleu.
Thu iiiiKxing man i an l'!lk and it
was Kind lliot member of the order in
mnn eititw hue joined in thu eich.
When Van Siekleu left Y.ikinm he
sent a telegiam eiig.iuiiii; rooiu .it a
KrooklMi hold, hat be ne(l' Ml
)culcri. lie w.i- -aid lo li.no 11 I 114,'
cum ot iiiones
l.ltl. Sept 1 Hepoitt of tho
death of Adolpbo PokouiI, the fainoiu
avtatur. have boeu officially confirm
ed. 1'enoiul, who was only !! year old,
BBrvd five yean in tho Kranoh cav
alr. flahtlng la the Moroeou cam
paliin At (he outbreak of the r
nt war ha Joined the avIaUun camp
aa a privte. but noon muIiimI a sub
UeutenauU eomuilsalon licuo of hte
kklll and daring. Ills oxplolts won
him the military hihIh) ami the mil
itary eroaa I'egnud brought down
hla aUtb tier man .ilroraft on Jul) 1 1.
I.VTKIU'ltllA.V .irrt 0,K CO.
Leave Med ford dally oxaopt Sun
day for Aehland, Talent and Phoonlx
at S a. ui , 1 15, 3 Oft and S.15 and
10:11 p. iu iSaturday nt 11:15 p.
m.) 'Sunday leave at S:00 nnd 11:00
n. in., 1:00, S 00 and 9:30 p. in.
I.suyo. Aiililautl dally excopt Sunday
a( 0:00 n. in., U-S0, 2 30. 4:30 and
7 00 p in uiul Sunday at 10 00 n
m, 1; uqoi), i 00, $ nuil 10:30 p. ui.
OF OUR POLITICIANS
arrive at mm
MJBPKORD MAID TRIBUNE,
WHERE THE ALLIES ARE STRIKING TERROR TO TURK HEARTS
S GAM jSSlVll S
.Alnp MioMN iiilMinrcd Kiltlm along thu Danhnicllcs now held by the
nlllcN. The dotted lines are point held by l'Vciieli and Itiltlsh. The heavy
iirniWH ami figures explal" the latext lilg movo made against tho Turks.
(I) Allied troops tliiratened this point, (li) Turkish troops itished to tie
lenxo of (In entcneri point, and while they vxero doing- this Itrltlsh troops
(U) ucii) hurled against another N)t when a Micressful landing vwts fol
lowed by an iidxiince Into the heart of tho iMMilnsiila.
The Talent Fanners' club will hold
11 meeting ut tho city Iatt.ll Tuesday
nftoriiooit nt - o'clock. This will be
an important meeting, iih tcports upon
tho iropoHC(l irrigation pi eject will be
diseiisKcd and final action will be
taken. I'ver.vone intciehtcd iu oh
taiuitisr water should attend this meet
ing on August .11.
.Mihhcs (liace and laniiiu llaiiscoin
rctunied Sunday from Dlackrook,
where they spent lite past two wcokn
visiting their .sister.
Glenn 1. Warririp nnd funil.y have
moved up on Wngnor eicek, where Air.
Wnnlri) will teneli bin tucond tenn
W. Willis lias liecu taken to the
homo of Jlr. Pace, the fonuor Miper
iuteiideut of the farm. Mr. Y5llis has
decided to hh.'ik1 tho rest of his day
with the Pace family and lias trans
ferred his property to Mrs. Puce an
a compensation for her kindness iu
taking care of him 111 his old old age
Mr. Willis is not iu vety good health
nnd has been bedfast for many
School begins Monday, September
II Theie will bo a forenoon notion
only on that day, at which time as
signments, lists of books, etc., will be
made. Everything will then bo ready
to begin work iu earnest on Tuesday
morning. Nearly all supplies will he
furnished the children as thev wore
lust year, the pupils being required to
hccuro books and a few other indi
vidual nrtieles neeossarv for efficient
work. The teauhing forco for the
,ear will he as follows; Primary,
tirst nnd second grades, Mis. Ada
Stauiiard, lower intermediate, third
and loin Mi grades, Miss Mabel
Mickey ; nriwinecri intcniiciliate fifth
mid sixth grades, Mtss Lillian I'icicc;
prainnmr grades, Peter t. Spencer;
(loniehlie seience ami art and high
school assihtant, Miss (llad)H l)sou;
ptiueipal, (I. W. Alter.
Peter I. Spencer eniiie down from
Ashland Monday, looking up a desir
able place to stav (lining the winter.
The Methodist Siindav school
oluskfif will leave Talent Tuo..riny ee
111111; for a swim in Hotmail' batli-..
Ilayiacks hr.vo been beeuied to ac
commodate the merr makers.
Mrs. Hai us, with her daughter,
Opal, mid voiimt sou, Virgil, will
leave the lust ol the week for Clueo,
heie tlie will pun Mr. Ilaeiis. It
s po--ibl.' that thev will remain ie
( alilorni.i diiiia, the cnlite winter.
John l'r was a vallcv visitor 10
centlv. Gene Hellows koIiI a load of hogs
to Wiilter Woods.
Dr. Kui'ljgocHior of Fall City, Or.,
was out 011 tho river Sunday.
llav Wliitley of Ahland i spond
iujf a few duy. it tho Dcbcngcr (lap
A bmiut'ing liwhy bo. artived Aug
ust J I at tho home of Mr. and Mr.
(Iriee on thu Ni.al1.0Ui ntnoh.
l'ltifeeoor Crriliiis was interviewing
the director of the several districts
in regard to now fumiture.
'I'here who a dinner party nnd fatu
ity reunion at tho Ayvr heme Sun
There vmi 11 iwuuuuiig )iart at
Mr, (lone. Mellows Sunday altenioon.
Mr. and Mr. Kpauk Miller aiv out
troin Cent ml Point' Yuitiujr tela lives
C. II. YeigbloA of Ashland vnu out
lo the ranch the l'trt ol the week
fleoiKO MeDomuuili ami fauiilv and
Mrs. (idclirist of Sams Yallev ixissisl
en route lo tho horrv imteh Fmlav.
Mr. and Mrs. Orahntu hn returned
to then linme after 1 ear's, abseinv
tu Sail Fiaiuivio Mi- Orabam has
I'vH'H 'juittf bivK tvr illv) f.tst; week,
ALONG ROGUE RIVER
MEDFQRD. OREGOX, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER
W. I). Claike motoied to Medford
Guy Conner of Medford was in the
Omar Ookennau of Central Point
transacted business in this distnet on
Miss lliitlt Kennedy altcuded a
farewell party iu Talent Tuo-day
Meruit Ilougltuiri and Harold Guri
innsiiu are in the Grants Pass vieiii.
ity for a few weeks.
Airs. George Murray of I'm timid
Jpent tho week with her sister, .Mrs.
A forest fire endangered several
homes iu this pint of the valley Mon
day, hut was soon controlled when
our neighbors began to fight it.
Sunday Mrs. It. A. Pierce rctunied
to her homo from Poillaud and was
accompanied by Mrs. Hotwright, who
will remain several weeks.
Mrs. Weiiner and four children
spent several dais with J. P. lloag
laud this week.
Paul Olson of Ccutiul Point was
iu this vicinity calling 011 lrieuds
rririay, Mrs. L. M. I-oss and two
daughters returned to their home in
I.owiston, Idaho, utter a very pleas
ant visit vvilh .Mrs. Foss' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. 1). W. Stone.
Mrs. II. M. Porter and daughter,
of lljlt, Oil., aie cujojyiug a visit
with tho parents of Mrs. Porter, J.
1. Ilnjiglnutl and wife.
Allan and Aithur Hopkins were
pleasant oallers of fiiends iu this
district Momlnv. ,
Mrs, Manic nnd two daughters of
Medio id were at Mr. Struuhc's home
August 'J7 celebrating the birthdays
of Mrs. Mimic ami Mix. Struubc,
which weie on the tmno day.
Tuesday Sam Anderson mid fam
ily, Miss P.ricksoii of Portland and
Jli-s. (icm-uo Murray of Portland
picnicked on the banks of llogne
river. The picnic dinner was a treat,
but the vviuliuu: iu tho nver was tar
A very pillv oven! of the week was
the picnic sups-r at Uu.v, Gold Thurs
day uvcning. The patty cooked -upper
ovor a camp (Tie and enjoyed the
moonlight on the Koguu river. Those
present were- Mr, and Mr. V. A.
Thompson, Mis. Fnmk McICce and
faniilv, Mi--ci Norwood and Smith
mid Kile Grant,
Wedncfcdav . Mrs. K. W. Klden most
liappilv entert.uned tho Contml Point
Mi-xoikihii- on tjie lawn at her home,
"Green Acre-." tho tune being the
eliih' annual punic. Special paer-.
vven n'ad .l niimorous musieal se-l-itioiis
wire inio.ved after i bivskel
SPECIAL TO WOMEN
Tho most economical, cleansing and
cormlcldal of all antiseptics Is
A soluble Antiseptic Powder to
be dissolved in water aa needed.
As a medicinal antlaoptlo for douchos
in treating catarrh, inflammation or
ulceration ol nose, throat, and that
caused by feminlno Ills It has no equal
For ton years tho Lydla E. Tlnkham
Medlclno Co. has recommended Paxtlne
In their private corroapoudenco wim
women, which proves Its superiority.
Women who have bocu cured say
It la "worth Its weight In gold." At
druggist. Sec I a rife box, or by malL
Tho puxton Toilet (,0 Uwton. Maw
John A- Perl
sw b. h..tIjKTT
Phone M. 47 and 17-JU
AjhUjUsco tiorvtca Ooro
PKTilOOHAD, Sept. 1. Tho fln
anco committee of the dunia present
ed a bill today extending tho rights
of tho state bank to Issuo ' paper
nionoy. Tho commltteo report dis
cussed tho entire, problem of meeting
wnr expenses, stating that tho sums
needed wore so large that all possi
ble sources of rovcuuo must be used
taxation, Internal credit operations,
paper money and foreign loans.
"Kor 1915," tho report stated, "tho
csllmntcd wnr expenses nro 7,242,
000,000 roubles ($3,021,000,000)
and other oxponscs 2,817,000,000 rou
bles (?l,-l2S,r,00,0n0) making a total
of over 10.000,000,000 roubles ($5,
000,000,000.) "Tho rovonuo from ordinary re
ceipts csllmntcd nt 2,790,000,000
roubles $1,398,000,000) while credit
operations up to tho prcseu time
hnvo yielded 1,811,000,000 roubles
($2.090.r00,000) lcnvlng ovor 3,
000.000,000 roubles ($1,500,000.
000) yet to be provided.
"Tho government must proparo tho
ground for nnothcr Important loan in
foreign markets to pay for material
purchased nhronri, but In vlow of our
ngrcemont with our nJHos there Ih no
doubt of our success."
STATE FRUIT AUCTIONS
NEW YOKK, Sept. 1 Fruit auc
tions, by which the stnte department
of foods nnd markets hopes to nid
boUi producer and consumer begnn
today at Hed Hook, N. Y. Nearly
50,000 narrols of npplos wero offered
for sale. Tho biggest peach crop in
tho stato of Now York over know will
be offered nt miction In this city with
in n week. If this miction idoa is
successful it will bo extendod to ovory
typo of fruit mid prodtico extensively
grown In tho stato.
Marie Corolli's Masterwork
A Powerful Picturiziilion in Kivi Parts.
Suiiorl) Casl of Hroadway Dramatic Stars
Splendid Acting and Wonderful Settings.
Special AnnouHeenient Wednesday and Thursday,
Septembers and 0
Theda Bara in "THE DEVIL'S DAUGHTER"
1 Second-Hand Remington, Vis. 35
1 Second-Hand Oliver - - - 25
NEW APPLE CIDER
Pure and sweet. All bad parts and worms cut out. Hand
sorted and washed.
WASHINGTON. Scot. 1. More
than 11,J()0,000 acres of land were
eliminated from tho public domain
during the past fiscal yenr by home
stead and other entries and sales to
;.,,i;.-;.ii.nlj (In. minimi rcnort of
...w ,, .-
Commissioner Tallman "f the general
latid office will show. There are still
howover, open now, or will bo, SO.V
lYirytOI acre-, "unappropriated and
unreserved, or which 172,037,1)11!
acres arc surveyed and the rest uu
Hiirveved." All this is iu the twenty-five pub
lic land states and in addition to this
ononnouH area thero aie approxi
mately :IOO,0()0,000 acres in Alaska
which will he available to Amentum
Nevada is shown lo have the most
public hind, iVvIl"."'"! acres, of
which ahno-t .'lO.Oim.OOO acres arc
already sun eyed, and Missouri, with
only 6ll2:i acies, reports the least.
.Michigan has 7(!,(i:ill acres subject to
tnlo't Knurls "."V-M-l acres, North
Dakota I0.'l,fi07 acres mid South Da
kota 'J,8H0,28'J acies surveved and
M,78l unsurveved: Nebraska 10-',-.-)8;
New Meicn 27,788,:i.')7, Okla
homu l'-M77, Oicgou 1."), 112,178,
I tab :U,.Ui:i,8,i7, Washinglon l.ltl,
005, Wvommg 'l.OOJO.TJO.
Of White Pique or Repp, or plain
Mull. 2 for 25c.
ct frrr, ri' vtiody ro . ist. MVKriis
I Leading Theatre
and T11UKSDA V
To rent or buy
Should Convince (he flrenlost Skeptic
Hccatifo it's the ovldcncc of a mod
Testimony easily Investigated.
Tho strongest endorsement of mer
it. The best proof. Head It:
.Mrs. William Chnrloy, 305 North
Ornpo street, Medford, snys: "I hnd
much pain In tho small of my back
and sometimes I could hardly bend
or straighten. At night tho troublo
bothered me, top and often I couldn't
sloop. I tried plasters and liniments
but nothing helped mo. When al
most discouraged, I heard ot Doan's
Kidney Pills. In loss than two weeks
after I began taking them, 1 felt
bettor. Four boxes of Donnfl Kidney
Pills mndo mo woll." (Stntcmont
given Sept. II, 1907.)
OVER FIV13 YE AHS I,ATEtl Mm.
Chnrloy said, "I have had no kidney
troublo slnco Doan's Kidney Pills
freed me of It."
Prlco 50c nt nil dealers. Don't
simply nsk for n kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills tho samo that
Mrs. Charlev had. Fostor-Mllburu
Co., Props., Iluffnlo, N. Y. Adv.
Matinee 2 and 3:30 p.m.
Night 7, 8:30 and 10 p.m.
PRICES 15c and 25c
A year ago Eggs wero helling for
20c per dozen. Today thoy aro sell
Ing nt 30c. What will bo tho prlco
threo months honco. With wheat
sell lug ut 80c por husliol mid other
foods selling much loss than a year
Why not have soino Injlng pullets
for tho winter. Wo hnvo them for
Medford Poultry & Egg Co.
21 miles touth of Sin Francisco
.. VV Ihlnk that w cIt to our bjt wlwt
twmctitrul irrnu nh Our rrdul- ntir.
onnwmmrajuion liutltutlooi tUtldrohon
rardnral nj oo riuuludnn (r li; II at
ouml.lairue) to UrTrvl. Tb Uuuckuxiu
Iiuiuuu( IrrbnoloL'T. tni Yl. wIium d
umiaa rrtulrnenti re mulKirrt. Bnd tor
Uiutifulljr tlluilrl.a nuiafup, which ifi
Dot onlr virr irooj l.li- o the .plrlt anif par
! or th Khaal but tiflu rqulpmrnt and 1(1
aitrartirtarhcmlhorD. Na(hlnir hortr,eo
Quit, taka Lha 11.. nl a i.ii ... .l.a uhAnl.
VT.HUD,llaJMtiUr,l)oi K ,Jklniout,Cal
.!t!:l t;& wWi
,.lHBrlKaE3 "N'eart to
-WS'W ! Vm:
ta Iten thin t'I !
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Pavtcll St. at O'Forrell
J SAN f RiVNGISQO
Hcadquartert for Califor-
riant while vui ling the Expo- j
Our commodious lnhlw.
hre rtvire, acd honphkc
r'Uata tvTilIat'pa, to jou.
No Raise In Rates
SI, 50 Per Day Up
1 Rffi Marascmnt
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