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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1915)
iMHDKOIN) MAN, TlfllH'NK. MKOFORI), nmmnv WK1)KKI)AT. SttPTICAiniW 1.1, UMi
Claudo Snylor nnd wlfo ntul family
lmvo returned from rcnniiylvnnln
whoro they lmvo been residing tho
last two nnd one-half yenrs, nnd will
make tliolr liouio In tlilfl city.
TJio,I)tlcitn oat 'vW Jnln felroet
Is r Uioaiei' no mdrb "CorpontorS this
week finished the work of tearing out
the stage nnd ruined floor, nnd every
thing tliafc ninilo It a theater. Tho
theater never w'ts n mictions n'n nucli,
nnd In tho future will ho rented for
nipo tomatoes wnnted nt Jtogno
Itlver Valley Cannery..
"William Smith, well hnown ns n
fisherman whllo scutfllng In front of
tho Nash theater Tuesday, (dipped nnd
foil and hroko a liono In his arm. J)r.
It. W. Clnncy dressed tho injured
Removal sale of everything in
shell goodA, hair goods, toilet arti
cles, nt half price for a few days, "Xovt
York Uentity Parlors. 1 C I
Henry Cnllnghttti will lenvo Satur
day with n forre of men to ronow
duvelopmont of work on his claims In
the niuo Ludgo district.
Messrs. Itohort "Wilson nnd Heath
have goiio to Hjjikcloy, whoro tliy
will attend the university.
Under tho dlroctlon of Coach Klum
OH candidates for positions on the
high school football toam turned out
Tuesday pfterntfnh for iilncttjo. Tli
tenui'wlll bo plcfJd according to nlill
lty and size.
Dolled ham nnd bacon at Do Voo's.
Mrs. IMck Ilhnd of Orants Pass
visited friends and relatives In this
Papor hanger and pnlntor, tinting,
etc. Phono (H4-M to It. Sanders. 123
Joseph II. Liggett, former clerk at
tho Mcdford hotel, has resigned his
position ns chief clerk of tho Hotel
Oregon, Poitland, to nccept n similar
position with tho Hotel Stowoll nt Los
Angeles. Tho Hotel Stowoll Is known
ns tho "tlpless hotel," nil employees
being forbidden to accept gratuities.'
William Furntiin Page Tonight.
It. l Gregory of WntkliiH, Oregon,
Is spoudlng a few days In tho clty,ui)d
valley nttjjifdlng to luiHlncsa mutters.
See Dnvo" Wood about that flro In
surance policy. Office Mall Tribune
Adrian Itose of tho Griffin creek
district spent Tuendny In Medford at
tending to biiBlnosc matters.
For flour or .feed phono. Medford
ftollor Mills. Phono G07,
dnmoWnrden Walker spent Tues
day In MttUord on official IiiihIiichS.
Weston Camorn Shop for first class
Kodak -riil lulling nnd Kodak supplies
WMInnj'vnn dor Hollon of Kngltf
Point spent Tuotidny evening in Med
Wllllnm Kiirnuiu Page Tonight.
Two lingllNhmen of Wwliulnster,
11. C, both of military ago. pawed
through Medford Tuesday on route
to the San Krnnnlsco fair. They were
making their win on wheels. Thoy
told tho police that they wore the ad
vance guard of n part) of ten joiiiik
men Journejlng to the fair
Drs. A. It. and Loulso K. Hedges
chiropractors, have moved to the
Stewart building, 23G Hunt Main nt.
Wllllnm Tliomaxou r Coiillle, Ore
gon, Is among tho out of town visitors
In tho city this ok xm IimsImuss.
HoniMtltcUliiB done, 10c per yard.
Mrs Hnncys, nt "Moo's stoic, 172
County Itucoider Clmuueey 1'loroy
spent Tuesday afternoon In Medford
attending to biiBlnew limttsrs.
Oct It nt Do Voo's.
According to Iltiput) Slock Inspoet-
or Wilbur Ashpdlo. Uinte uih 2000 ft
lioga In tho Itogue river vnllo) nt tho
pronont tlinu for fnll M)ilpmnnt. but
tho price Is only 5 to Ti cents pur
Ijouml on tho hoof, nnd the slock rnls
tirs ojo liqljllug bnck for h lieller flu
me. Keed is hluh, nnd this ma foieo
some to sell at onro. Count r killed
hugs In Poitland vert quoted Tues
day at ! emit. Uttweon the Portland
and Chicago prlcon for HtncW thuro
Is u margin dally of from fl to $1.X0
In prlco. Deputy Inspector Ashtiolo
also estimate 1000 fall lmr qattls,
about tho same aw last vhhi Tho liogs
bJiow an luorontu ovui Uut r.
il.ognnhorry sherbet. The Snastn.
W. W. Hurman of Omuls l'uss
Hpqut Tunsdny nfttiriiooii In Mudfoid
utjundlug tp bwiliiujw mattoni and
i Lull lug on old friends.
, ,ll)o Voe dollvern tU Oiegimign to
you every day far 75 ounU par month.
(!. L. AVslHrp, nitd II, C. SloiU
dnrd of tho CnlIt8mIi-Oio6ii Power
ifoniHwiiy art) In StibiH UiU wok m
Hearing before a ttsslou of lli Publlo
VJUIuiH'faniMin lg Tuuiglit.
It. A. Wads of arsnU I'nw snA
AVili. Ujrus, A. Morris nad T. (1.
Harinoii of Dryduu, are awoiig tbo
Civil Hur iclormus from JoMtihlnu
ooujity nUtiUdlin IU Old NuliUfltw' to
iiuluu fi tills iiW U' wk.
Ashland ULbln, Colpsiin or SUk.
you, ioc per uouiw at ue vofl-s
niie flit UiQt( f UUs ytwr'x Uoguo
Several nrgumentB occurred thlB
morning between the upholders of the
Mcdynskl rebondlng issue nnd Its op
ponents. Tho interest In thin plan
ebbed tho end of tlio week, but lias
broken out.afrcsh. .
Tako your watch to Johnson, tho
Jowolor, you will rccelvo unusually
Ralph Cowglll of the Koguo Hlvor
Canal company made a IiiisIiioks trip
to Phoenix this morning.
I tako prido In making your watch
keep perfect time. I havo every fa
cility for doing flnp watch ropalrlng.
JoJjngon tho Jowolor.
The school authorities are compil
ing li list of young men of school
ago who hate not enrolled for tho
year. After a warning to parents,
tho state law compelling attendance,
except for disability or need In sup
port of tho family, will he Invoked
This permits (ho fining of the par
ent for the nou-uttoutlnuro of the
Whon bettor lnsurnnco Is sold
Holmes Tho lnsurnnco Man will soil
George Older of Montngeii Is spend
ing u few days In tho elty attending
to business matters.
Until October 1st Dr. Mjrtlo S.
Lockwnod will limit her office hours
to Monday, Wodnosdny nnd Krldny
from 'Z to 4: 30 p. in, Other hours
by nppolnlmont only.
Knrl Whlttnn of riutto Falls Is n
business visitor In the city today.
J. O. Qerklng, tho host all around
photographer In sotithorn Oregon.
Always reliable. Negatives mado any
where, tlmo or place Studio 228
Main St. Phono 320-.T.
Low rounlMflp fares are announc
ed by the Soutnorn Pacific railway
on account of the Lane Comity fair
at Kugouu, September 22 to 2ft, the
Douglas county fair at Hosoburg,
Soptomber l.'.-lfi, nnd tho Gold Hill
Industrial fair, September 17 nnd 18.
Johnson, at the Hook Store, an
oxport watch repairer.
The county court has nppolntod the
following .Jackson county citizens as
representatives to the O.-C. land
grunt cougross to bo held nt Salem
tomorrow upon tho call of Governor
Wlthycombe: H. V. Carter, Ashland,
A. E, HenmcB, Medford; J. F. Drown,
Knglo Point; C. M. ThoiunB, Talent,
and W. C. Leaver, Central Point. In
addition W. 1, Vawter of this city
will attend ns chnlrman, nnd Judge
W. Sf Crowqll rdprcsentlng tho atnto
ltend tho Portland Oregonlan.
Itohort Uoylo has returned from a
ten days auto trip to the San Fran
cisco nnd California points.
Merchants' Lunch, 2fc. Tho 8hasta,
.Indian Bummer Weather prevails
ovor tho Hoguo rlvor valley today
with bright suiishlno and hardly a
breath of air stirring. (Irouso, quail,
and deer urn plentiful In the moun
tain districts, hut most of the hunters
nro waiting for n heavy rain, before
goIniJ to tho wilds. A few more chilly
nights and the. leaea will begin to
llemcmbor you can get most any
old thing at Do Voo's, most any old
Hugh Poston, one of tho crack shots
of the wirhl, arrives In Medford to
day for ten days fishing on tho
Itogue. Ho will participate In tho
Medfoul Hod nnd Gun club shoot held
during the Klks' dedication exerolses,
Sept. rs-'H. Tom Marshall, dean of
mail.smou, will idso be heio later to
7 bars D. C. soap 2fic; IK Ihs. Sonar
$1.00; 2 IhM. huttsr or.ri I sack Hour
(I Ml. at Stringer's, 827 N. Onkdalo,
Mrs. CImih. N. Dolln left today for
a tan days trip to San Frauelseo.
Fashion center dictate ltntmluii
box suits, they uie new, ut The May
Co Tliiiisday morning.
Miss Marlon Palmer left Sunday for
Shu Jow, Calif., wheieshe will nttoiid
the Sun lose normal.
Mr. aud Mrs. A. II Uonser of Low
Isburg, Penuiv.. on their way to tho
fairs at Shu FrHiiclsro and Shu Diego,
stopped or In Medford to upend a
few duvn visiting with their old
friends, Mr. and Mrs. P. 11. Muiison,
and ufler stHtlng th fair will apund
the wiulur at Los Angeles, Cul.
Tbo Sons of Vutenius art riMiuotted
turned from an auto trip to Western
oamp grounds Thursday evening nt
A. C Alien and son James have r
turuwd 1 1 oiu a uuutu trip to Mnsteru
Oragoii and the Orouon aud Caltfur
W. It Colmuan I attending to bus
iness matter in tho llullsud dlttriel
of JomiuIu oounty this vok.
T burs D C feoap SSe: H Iba. sugar
1 no, lbs butter, 05; 1 mok (luur
II r.u, at BlHRRtr'N, t 7 N. Oakoalo.
Judge Jaiuw It N'ell or jHckson
II)m wt a Medford visitor Wednes
day, nUnndtttf tk U. A. It. ouraniu
uwut. James 0cn of WVIIen aud family
were nout ilgdforil Uitura.
. WelUnwu Ufott of TaUut spent
WednMdty in Medford ou Vualuess.
8e tit rtrst show lag la Mud lord
of ltusslau box suits Thursday nt
The May Co
Th latest In UdleV suits la th
ltusH 1h, aboTMi for first tlip in
Msdford TUrday at The May Co.
i m ii i ii. ii. i
WILLIAM FARNUM IN "THE PLUNDERER AT THE PAGE TONIGHT.
RALLY DAY FOR FIRST
CHRISTIAN SUNDAY SCHOOL
UW nnd Promotion Dnv for the
Fit Cliristmn Sunday neliool will
lie tlie lu-t Kunilny of September.
The school is fini-dinur it- tirst
year of the graded -Wcm nnd almost
nil of the iiimiirv nnd junior elnvsrs
will nihnmv. Intermediate elue
will ul-o take up iwHuneeil eour-e.
Tins Sunday jh looked forw ml '
as a fteneml Rally Day and the "ul
heginmiiif of the I'ull work, and is
jiiferestiiu: to tlie jmreut- nud ot'ieis
lieeaiise of the showing of tlie pupils
wmL for the imst .enr. Thi- Sun-
ldn school will he nhiil to m-leom
lull MKWi'oiners to Jfedford nnd m.v
others who w'otilij he Jjiterested
.NOTICI-3 TO AVATUlt VSKHS
Itcstrlctlons on watorlng hours this
dnj removed, llogulntlons In regard
to flro alarm, open hose, and wasting
water remain in erfect.
Dted Septlfi. 1915.
"The Plunderer," tho mid week fc a I buffering with u fractured rib nnd
ture nt the Page September V and MlnK red 1 niukles.
,0. Mr rnrnum as 1H1I Mathews Of1 ''Tho Plunderer" is tho screen
1 ' drama that bioke all recordB for nt-
the Croix d'Or Mlno Is n strapping .mlnllC0 nt tho Xow York 11ppo.
lion-hearted young westerner with ,r0nie. nnd tells tho story of tho
steel-knit muscles nnd a punt h In! bravo battlo of a strong man against
each hand. Tho fight against twenty overwhelming odds.
which Mr. Farnuui uudortakaa single- Those who hnvu neon Mr. Tarnum
handed In this photoplay, will never i In "Tim Spoilers" will wish to wit
be foi gotten by those who have wit
nessed Its realistic fury, vvliloh rosult
ed In a lay-off for the star for a week,
u ess this great star in another play
of equal ktrongth, especially suited to
his ability. '
the offlro of tho Itogue ltlvur Valluy
Fruit and ' Produce association,
through which the fruit wiib market
ed, that iho1 fruit had boon nccepted
According to figures compiled 'to
date, tho Jackson County Fair asso
ciation Is $300 on tho wrong hIiIb of
the ledger from the fair this year.
The flglil Hdlmduled between llud and that the suma was being retailed
Andorson and n Pontile amateur for with llttlo difficulty,
tho Pendleton Itoimilup has been call-. This prlooioxcocds tho fornior rec
od off hv tho promotsrs. Anderson lord by 2ft ciints nor box. California
still has a right book! for the Froq- 'and Washiimtoii pcarH thouuli finding
tier Day's celebration at Walla Walla 'a ready market iim selling at a much
George Vath, manager of the Port- 'lor price
land Ututoyplng Co, and famllv of
Portland worw MmUohI vlsllors Wed
nesday enrouto to Crater Iike.
W S. llariiiiin, plonMi of tho
Itogue river valley, former railroad
owner and hotel builder. Is r.iiupliik
on the sands of tlw blue Pacific at
Crescent City, aocordlng to A. c ' ,
Alien or thi. elty. who tisi win, Deciarea Lydia E. Pinkham'a
him the first of the week. It re-, . f
r KvtauiG L,ornpouna
Saved Her Life
ported In this cltj that (ho pioneer
was "lost " It S4ma to have boon
oMiggeiatetl, and Mr. ligrnum Is not
aw arc of It. Ills sou CJeoige weut to
Crttsoent City, and beJug unable to
Hud him gave rredenre to Hie minor.
Mr. Allen say that the Medford man
told him that h was "I'lnnl'ir the
wind along tbu li.'jch," and intiuled
to teinalu two oi tlucc v. i i mc
II. N. Hill of Orcgoa CU i ii.u.nm
I he out of tswM visitors In the iln
I'rlls gohalo of the JMeamboat dix
trlct. a )rosjitor In that sertlon for
over thlHy years Is snendlng the
week In MMlford sad Aklaud vlxlting
Ah Kee a Chinaman well known in
tills eit), died at Yreka the first of
the week. Ak Kee lu tUs early '0s
bought hogs In this vslky, tod drove
over the Siskiyou to Northern Call
Shamrock, Mo. "I feel It my duty
to tell the public tho condition of my
Health tJoloro UBlng
your medicine. Iliad
fulling, I nil anima
tion and congestion,
pains in both sides,
backaches nnd bear
ing down pains, waa
snori oi memory,
nights, and hail
neither strength nor
energy. There was always a fear and
dread in my mind, I had cold, nervous,
weak apt Us, hot ilashos over my body.
J lied a place in my right side that vvai
bo sore that I could hardly bear tho
vwigh t of my clothes. I tried medicines
and doctors, bat they did mo little good,
rorula He thus became acquainted i nnd I m-vr expected to get out again,
with many of the old residents. He I Kot 1dl ,I-11rink1m'a Vi-jsetablo
la ropute. to have mad. modest , V ; " ?. -
formne out of this business, which 1 1 y,, if 0urinetlicineshadnotsavl
me. liut ikw J can work all day, sleep
he afterwards dropped In Irving to
find gold in Star and Palmer tiulehes
nil the ApolegaU'.
'ioo ii.vri; to ci.ssifv.
.virjyojvddun U apjttui4gg la Uiw mar-IKOK ItilKT tt-rooiu modern house
RECORD PRICE FOR
This ear's re ord for the sale of
well at night, eat anything I want, have
no hot Hushes or weak, nervous spell.
All (tains, aches, fears and dreads aro
pone, m house, children and husband
uru no longer neglecteil, as 1 nm almost
entirely free of tlwbad symptoms I had
before taking- your remedies, and all is
pleasur,. and happiness in my home."-
i . . -"
Hogue Uivr Vallej Uartlitt pears j Jomk Ham, K.F.I). 1, Box 22,
was broken teidu wheu two ears Shsmrmk, Missouri,
sold in Montreal aud St. Johus. New i f ouvwwitiperInl nil vice wvlto
Bu-unswli-k for i -0 per box f o b , JoUa IMMnlclitmi Ivlciliclim Co.,
Medford. Word has been received at u,,"0"h!) Ljiui,9IUMf.
-""""'"WLVi-i' I.I. .11 l I! , . I I I.- H....-.
EDUCATE FOR BUSINESS
"SCHOOL OF BEST RESULTS"
Holer Now nod Make t Tiuie "iol ri siim, tliloic Woilh While, Com
plete lliislnew., .MviiogrHplih-, Civil Hervlee, nml I hkJIiiIi l'ouie. Taught by
Tom-hiii. W1h Kniivv Huvi to Uel Um U-M tte-ult.
Medford Commercial College
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Eloquent of Autumn
lints or lustrous, (loop blnck Lyons velvet tlmi nro exact
reproductions of the choicest models shown in fashion centers.
Ainont? the many new styles are hats with soft, pretty oslrieh
hands, flat on the brim.
Iats with new, turned-up-in-back, drooping front shapes.
UatsMvith the new brilliant trimmings, new 1 lower ornaments
and new bird and feather effects. Kxtiuisite hals in, autumn
browns, blues, purples and dark greens all new, different
and eloquent of the changes in seasons and new in styles. All
marked at prices much lower than ,ou would expect.
UNTRIMMED SHAPES GALORE
Also a beautiful showing of all the newest ar. '. . at si vies
in untrinimcd shapes and trimmings galore.
See our beautiful showingof Style Craft Suits and Coals.
&W g y r t r Medford's
S Hi M4lwl- fading
TWO DAYS ONLY, SEPT. 15-16
Wednesday and Thursday .
(The $100,000.00 Screen Star)
The Greatest of photo-plays. A thrilling drama of
love, the lust for gold, and deadly hatred.
Five Hundred Thrilling Scenes
See Farnum in the great fist-fight, which excels even
his wonderful performance in The Spoilers.
Special musical program for this attraction arranged
by Mr. Lyle C. True, organist.
MATINEE, 2 p. m. EVENING, 7 O clock
This picture will start at 2:15, 3:45, 7:30, 8:45 and
10 o'clock. Patrons will enjoy this feature the more if
seated at the beginning of it.
PRICES: Lower floor 25c, Balcony 15c, Children 15c
I to j ami .NiglU .vliiKil.
;n N. iiio St.