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aiEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, ft l6l5
Miss Rcedoth Jones left Suhdny
evening with her sister, Mm. Utirton
Wortcndyko, for Portlnnd, whom they
will mako thoir futuro homo. Minn
Jones who han lived in tho valley
for over 12 year?, Is a. bright, oner
goUc young Blrl, nnd will bo groatly
missed by her hosts of friends. Sho
has be-on attending M. II. 8. nnd Is a
member of tho Serious Ten.
Tboda Tiara, .Tbo Pngo nftcrnoon
Miss Jcnnesfio Dtillcr, who has been
holding a musical position In Duns
tnuir, Cat., camo hotuo last oven In p.
L09T Postcard slto 3-A camera.
Reward for return to Mall Tribune
office G. Putnam.
Charles II. Nett of Indlnnapolls, n
newspaper man of that city, jont
Tuesday In this clly visiting Superin
tendent HUIIh of the, high school. ifn
wan much Impressed with what lie
irnw of tho city and vulloy, nnd will'
return next year for a visit to Crater
hake. He Is on his way home frotn
thn Ban KrnncIsco fair.
Don't Grope In thn Dark" got nn
Kvcr-rendy flash light at Paul's Woc
trlc Store this week.. ni
E. A. Wnilo, J. M. Chiles, J. P. Mnr
tlnand W. S. Maxwell of Grants Posh
are In tho city this week attending
thn sessions of tho fedora lgrnnil Jury.
. Dainty white Jnpnnnnu sandwich
bankets, something now, Handicraft
A pall or smoke hung over tho val
ley Tuesday dun to brush fires, which
nro now In full swing.
See Davo Wood nbout that fire ln
mi ran co policy. Offlco Mall Tribune
imFr. , , .
Adrian TIobo of tho Griffin crook
district spent Tuesday afternoon In
Mcdford attending to "business mat
ters nnd vlBltlng friends.
Try one of, thoso big Ico cold G cent
milkshakes nt Do Voo's,
Vlbur Scott of Oregon City spent
Monday In this city nnd Jacksonville
attending to business matters,
Jtqoms papered at ?3,7n 'wlilIo
spring stock Insts, Phono fi-l l-M. 17R
Ilor.n To Mr. nnd Mrs. W. K. Har
bor of Portland avenue Sunday night,
October 3, a two pound, baby boy. !
'. 'o tresposs" slns for nalo at
. VMall Trlbuno offlco,
I). M. T.bwo of Ashland In attend
(ng to business jnatters In this city
Drs, A. Tt. nnd Louisa Hedges, chi
ropractic physicians,. Stownrt build
ing, 235 Hast Main St.
jean George of i,akovlow is upend
ing the week In tho city nttendlng the
fcdoral court resslons.
. Mrs. T.nach, export corsotlorro, ma
terial nnd fit guaranteed. 326 North
Moan Hnrkdull Is nttendlng to busi
ness matters In tho Applcgato dis
trict th1 week.
Get it nt' DoVoo'a.
"W. "W, Watson of Ashland Is spend
ing thu day In this city nttendlng to
"JS'o shooting" slgiiB for salo nt
Mall Tribune, offlco.
Vrank Jones of Snwyers liar, Cal.,
Is spending thn week .In this city at
tending to business and visiting
Job Printing In nil Its branches nt
tho Mall Trlbuno offlco.
Tho whistling or tho Southern Pa
ciflc trains In tho city limits contin
ues tmalmtud, and as yet tho city au
thorities have taken no action. Kurh
nnd every passenger omits from nix
to ten shrill blasts at high pressure
as signals to brakeinon. With south
bound trains thn whistling Is in tho
heart of thn business district, and
two teams wero frightened Tuesday.
There seems to be n blast of thn whls-
tln for eovry movu a brnkeninn
Hook binding of any kind nt the
Malt Tribune offlco.
Considerable local Interest Is be
ing manifested In thn first regular
football Kume of thn season next Sat
urday between Medford anil Grants
Pass. It will bo thn first real ohnnro
to see what Coach Kluiu has succeed
ed In mnklng of the looal tulout. A
week from Haturdny the local team
will play Klamath Tails.
Henri thn Portland Orogonlan
Henry TlinmMton of Ulondale Ore,,
Is spending n few days In tho city at
tending to business mattora.
Any person wanting pheasants
pho.isu.ntH mounted should keep thn
plumage .in us good condition as pos
sible, carefully wrapping ouch bird
sopnrnte In plenty of paper. Then
take to 1', W. llartlett. tnldormlt,
Kwlng's Gun Store. 10D
Frank llybeo of Jacksonville spent
Tuesday In Medford transacting busi-
''.So hirntlUK' signs ror'Bale at the
'.Mnl TrlUmia office.
All of (ho Indians from the Klam
ath reservation called ns wtunc
before the fedornl grand Jur now In
sosslon hnvo arrived In the city, nuil
Tunsdny night Miuy won ou "l' "treot
In tlielr Ixyit bib and, tucker and ul
tra aied wide nttuiitton. Hvcrl gjr
dnwsiil woman worn aiuong the ym-
Edwin West of Cosmopolls,, Wn.,
spent Tuesday in this city attending
to business matters.
Hot Tnmates at tho Shasta.
II. I. Gregory ot Redding, Cal., Is
spending a few dayn in the city visit
ing friends and relatives.
Weston Camera Shop for first class
Kodak finishing and Kodak supplies.
Frank Collins of Giants Pass spent
tho first of tho week in this city at
tending to business matters.
When better insurance is sold
Holmes Tho lusuranco Man will soil
HORN' To Mr. and Mrs, E. R.
AVrlgbt, Monday, Oct. 4, llilfi, a sev
en pound hnby girl.
Ladles I am now prepared! to make
your hair Into switches. Madame L.
Reames, 2IC North Oakdale.
HORN To Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Illnckburn, Monday, October 4, 1910.
a jilnn pound Inby girl.
Letter heads, envelopes, bill heads,
looso leaf sj stems, at tho Mall Trl
There will be special music nnd
other features of cuiterlalnmcnt at
the M. lC. church Thursday evening.
C. A. Meeker, president of thn Kp
worth League, will nddress a few
words of appreciation to tho pastor,
followed by a short .address In re
sponse from Rev. Hawkins. All thn
friends of tho church nro cordially
Invited to bo present. A good attend
ance is desired.
Got your buttor, eggs, milk, cream
and buttermilk at Do Voo'a.
The cam) of the statu vs. George
Ilarron, accused of reckless driving,
Is being heard In .Justice Taylor's
court today, tho enso occupying nil
(his morning. Ilarron is necused of
colliding In nn nuto with Justin Judy
oh tho Pacific highway, resulting In
Injuries to tho young mnn"of a ser
ious nature Upon tho outconio hinges
u dnmngo suit, It 1b said.
J. 0. Gerklng, tho best nil around
photographer In southern Oregon.
Always reliable. Negatives madq any
where, time or place. Studio .228
Main St. Phono 320-J. ?
A, C. llowletts ot Engto Point is
spending tho day in Medford nttend
lng to business matters.
Do Voo dollvora tho Orogonlnn to
you ovory day for 75c n month.
Attorney Seneca Fouts of Portland
fa lnthc rlty tljls week nttendlng to
legai mnttors. Ho ls'well known In
this section, nnd throughout tho state,
Ilrlng thoso old magazines and pe
riodicals to tho Mall Trlbuno for
Attornoon to'n with wafers 10c, nt
15 FIRSTS FOR
Jackson County won 15 firsts and
four tcconds for exhibits at the state
fair at Salem. Tho farm display hon
ors were won by D. M. Lowe, of Ash
land. Awards for the best five box
lot of pears wero won by Judge Tou
Velio and R, IL Boyd. The single
box award was won by W. V. Hnrnuni
ot Phoenix. D. At. l.owe won In tho
five box lot for Hoses.
J I, tasebeec of Ashland carried off
tho honors for tho five box lot of
D'AnJou, C. W. Stump of Ashland
won with Nowtowns, and Willis Hall
cy of Afchland was given thn award
for the pench display. For five crates
of Italian prunes and Hungarian
prunes W. Hurzell and R. H. Hoyd
wero the winners. All plate dlspjlny
of pearn wero won by Jackson county
and peaches by A. Johnson.
William Stevens of Tolo won on
Nowtowns, nnd C. W. Stump on Win
ter Unniinns and Nowtowns. The dis
play with two exceptions, were nil
paid nnd collected by Mr. Lown and
displayed in tho name of Jackson
At tho land Rhnw to bo held In
Portland this month, Jackson county
pears, alfalfa, tho Medford canneries
nnd Ashland springs will be exploited.
CI.IFTOK, Am.., Oct. fl. J. W.
Urnuit', imumgnr or the .Shannon
oonipnn.v, onj l' the three mining
inon who iHuH'd from here a few
ili-H ago when ti demonstration was
Ntnrtotl by 8(100 minero on utriko here,
H Mill in HI Piiko iiiul will not k to
l'hncuiv under a guard to confer witli
Governor George V. Hunt, o
oordiug to a meiRiigo received here
ROSY DREAM FAILURE
NEW YORK, Oct. C. With tho nr
rlvnl hero tonight on thu steamer
Norsmnn from Liverpool of eighteen
distressed Americans, forming what
was left of tho crow of thn Hrltlsh
steamer Lllnirla, a dramatic chapter
was written Into a colonization.
schemo bended by Alfred Charles
Sam, said to be chief ot nn African
tribe, to transport negroes from tho
I'nlted States to the west const of
Africa. Tho capturo by tho Hrltlsh
authorities of the colonization ship
and tho canning of thn crew by a
German submarine wero among the
adventures ot tho Liberia's sailors,
Thn project as described by Sam,
wiib to enable negroes to go to West
Africa, Join In n colony nnd live In
comparative luxury. Hnforn the Li
beria sailed on Its first trip Sam wide
ly announced his plans, chiefly in the
New England states.
The Liberia financed, It was satd
by nogrooB, left Portlnnd, Maine, in
May unri stopped nt Norfolk, Vn., pro
ceeded to Galveston, Tex., where It
was reported to have tuknn on forty
negroes and started on Its voyage to
the west coast of Africa.
SALEM, Ore, Oct. 6. L. It. Stln
son, tor 18 years grand keeper of
records nnd seals of tho Knights ot
Pythias of Oregon, committed sulcldo
yeserdny nt his farm nenr Salem. He
shot hliubclf through the heart with
a shotgun. Overwork, resulting in
nervous prostration Is snld by mem
bers ot tho family to havo affected
Mr. Stlnson's mind. He wns 53 years
Tho suicide took plnco In Mrs. Stln
fou's bedroom. Mrs. A. L. Htlnson
was In tho houso with n non, Long
Stlnson, and his mother.
Mr. Stolnson was born In Albany,
Oregon, Jan. 2, 1KG2. Ho was n
printer by vocation. From 1907-1911
Mr. Stlnson was stnto printer.
For 18 successive years Mr. Stln
son was unanimously elected grand
keeper of records nnd seals for the
Knights of Pythias, The grand lodge
convenes In Portland In a week.
TOO LATE TO CtiASSlFY.
TO TKADB SiHioud hand tires for
oll propero. Powell Auto Co. 8
FO ItllKNT-- Siere room in business
bloek. Ideal location. Phono SOS.
The first federal nraml jurv ever
convened outside of the eitv of Port
laud wns called in this eitv Tuesday
afternoon with Federal Judge Wol
verton on the liem-h. l"i i uVluuk
this uftenioon no indictments ueiv
U-turned. This niuniing Archie Hii".
M'l pleaded guilty to tin ti-sault with
a deadly weiipon and was setitem d
in sixty days in the .Multuomiili
county nil. The work of tr.ung
enses will proluibly begin in the
morniiiR. A large crowd i in nt-
teudunee, meludiiiK juiihh and wit
nest.es, from nil over southern Ore
pin. Routine business is beimr trans
1'Olt SALU- 1I1h MlMlsn grapes ile
llvrtHi. PIioho U UW. 1T1
FOIt SALU IUle4 hay rtmhouaMn;
want to ihovo t. Plionn Jy-lt or,
Mil 3th North ItlvwtU. 1T0
PQK f!AUW Oheua,, bed. winltarr
jj? ijr . 10k (nuMiojnl,
uwi aibr IlilUit fW t. I Ilk 51.
Medford ltcaIers Aii Iiciniln the
It's the little kidney Ills-
The lame, weak or aching back
The unnoticed urinary disorders
That may lead to dropsy and
When tho kidneys nro weak,
Help them with Dona's Kidney
A remedy especially for weak kid-
DoanV have been used lu kidney
trouble for 50 yours.
Hudnred by 30.000 people en-
Uorscd by rltUeni of this loonlit).
Frank Kiusharer, bailiff county
oourt, Applegate road, Jacksonville,
Ore., says: "For years I workod as
a miner nnd it caused kidney and
bladder trouble. The palu Mrst at
tacktnl we In the small of i back,
ospivelullj when I not up In the morn
18. 1 algp had trouble with the
kidney iorttloHS. Dean's Kldae
pJIVi tmjx reiMvl Uio coinplntut '
Price Sr, at a) dMUni. Don't '
at)? m for a kklHj)) rmn4 not
US KMmi Pllte tio aae tkat
Vt, lpitater k4 PMr-iiUkm
1IF.KLIN, Oct. 0, in London, :i:4.'
p. in. An attempt by the French to
resume thn offensive on the (liam-
pnne front by hrnvy nitillery fire
apiinst the Oennau pn-iilioiu; whs
fmst rated with heavy hnses bv th-
Clermnn :iil!lleiy, il was announced
by iirmy headiinarters today.
PARIS. Oel. 0, li:.'UI p. m. -In tho
Artois district the artillery ex
changes hnve continued with partic
ular violence in the vicinity of the
forest of Givenchy, according to the
French official statement given out
nt the war office this afternoon.
The text of the fouimtinieutiou fol
''I'ri t Itnmlmvitmrtni tn uliiuli liiilti
side.s hnve been tukiiig part, has con
tinued in the, Artois ilislrie,t. It whs
particularly "severe in the south of
the forest of (livenehy. We have
made some progress with hand rcn
tules in (he connecting trenches to tlu
southwest of (he ( Imtcaii of l.n
FOR RELIEF OF
SAUGUS, Cal., Oct. 0. Four oil
wells are ablaze, a power plant, ono
houso an da barn destroyed, and tho
lives ot five families Imperilled In
their homes by flames In a brush flro
twonty mllca south' of hero.
Residents of Pirn, Flllmoro and ad
Joining towns, assisted by scores of
ranchers are making a desperto tight
to check the spread of the fire.
TO BELG UM'S CAS
WASHINGTON, Oct. C A state
ment to the press of the United States
contrasting tho landing ot allied
troops in Greece with Germany's act
Ion toward Hclglum wns cabled to
tho Austro-Hungarlnn embassy horn
today by tho foreign minister nt Vienna.
The ,ledyii-hi rclmndtny plan wns
knocked in the Iieml and rci d nl
the regular meeting of the eitv coun
cil rue-tuny iiic,iii, aucr an avaiuuciic
of oratory. Finally, niter1 three
hours of talk, a compromise wns ef
fecteil wli.'ieupon the Mcllynski plan
and the Miles plan will both go In
foio the people at a special election
to be held November 1. The Miles
plan was introduced us a buffer nnd
smooth out the fiititastic nnd imprac
tical portions of the financial child
of Councilman Medynski. Judge X.
S. Crowell was tho intermediary that
prevented the Medynski plan from
being forever bifricd.
The MiUs plan is based upon the
elonriiifr of the pavciinni indebted
ness without the issuance, of nuy
bond. It provides relief fin (he poor
man by ability to pay, according to
his mentis, mid that his properly shall
bo nssesscd according to tis value,
nnd further provides llint owners of
high icnlnl property J emit in full.
The city under the plan will shnre !()
per cent of the burden for the small
property owner. It tries to adjust
the difference in wot Idly possession?
and equalizes the burdens. Many of
those who 'imied the petition' for ti
vote on the Medynski proposition nf
lerwnrds favored the Miles plan a
more piaetlcnl, nnd n menus to clear
the eity indebtedness without im
pairment of credit.
Colonel Snrgont mndo a lone;
speech. At its conclusion it wns
suggested that both tho Miles and
Medynski propositions bo submitted
to the people. A delay wns nsked to
put both on the ballots. This wns
opposed by Couneilinnn Medynski,
who insisted Hint n vote bo taken at
Mice. It wns. Result: Four niriunst,
i ,. AI...I. ..l.. ..n,t tmv itt inn
jlnll J "lit, .Hriiiii-iu ...i., .... ,-.
in favor. ( Thereupon there wn n
t(d(en yiiiihuii'Cs t! tinder Hie
Miles proposition! I( wi.'nrecnt)!e.
and both, plans will be submitted to
thV 'people for neoptniic or rejec
tion November 2. '
Judge Crowd! I"d the fight for a
compiomise. Over (100 people uuod
the referendum petition, mnny .doing
so simply to force mi end to the
drifting tactics of the council.
Jhiring the cveiiiiiK speeches were
mndc bv Judge Crowell, Colonel Sur
go;it, Fiscal Agent H. II. IM1, Cnim
eilmtui Medynski, I. S. Howard iiinl
others. After the slorm iind pnssed
the specters engaged in riiiltery of
eneh other. The largest crowd that
has attended a council tl,,
tnotifhs Wns'ln attendiiiire
'$" J 'OnifiiM .action
dl'lifi)dilesjarill 'the nllritiin..
ulaViboiithlwlJills, Httlo bu-n
transacted Jiy tho coutu il.
' r'J "rrr.
I 't Mnntlalay Wnlerlo,iflcd
KfRKKA. Cal.. Oct. i.
Lfuionr- i)Ust(go Veceixeil In r( ,.(
P..:.itii .... ,. , ..
the steittn sdiooiier M.im'i.t
'i logged off that port mm
tow boats" 1)0 sent to her ,
'flu Miindnlny is owtnd ir,
Prison by Ilolllm, Wall i
iieiwcen Mill I' ram i-u
it it I r..
I FDR GOtDM
Don't let this Winter bring to ou the annuyancc.of Cut ir n ,
KUITcrinff which every man and woman who knafltiilj
with this dibense, lias ctiuse to dread.
First of nil remember, If you will
continue) to suffer with Catarrh, it Is
your own fault. Catarrh Is worse lu
Winter because tho most common
plnco precautions against germs and
contaminations are neglected
take.i cold, but .It Is ui -. :,tr-
tnir. insiuious wasier or n h
vigor hut baHtenwl IIki I, , ,r, d
They will soon know th c htR
licadacne, me ineaR.CBuiji. i .,in
air passages, thoy may fli.l n
ing 'i;e unties or me nnr i1 , tuJ
Wo go to stufiy tlieatros ami Inlialo-j f ,, ,,nri i0sitlilng In m
over unu over again vitiated ami
germdnden nlr. We sit In over-boated
rooms, neglect exercise, exclude fresh
air because It's cold, and In n bundled
ways, do everything possible to assist
In tho rnVnges of n disease that Is nl
toady making tremendous progress to
wnrds a completo sapping of vitality.
It Is small wonder that Winter brings
additional annoyance to Catarrh suf
ferers. The noct.ils, leasonnbly free In
summer, uro easily stopped up by the
Inflammation of tho tendor membrane,
and tho phlegm and sucrotlons which
cannot readily flow, aggravate U"1
to'.icnto lining of the throat rui sn
cn the system. Hawking and dplttlng
bprtimiis tiioie f t,uc-t. la fact, Cn
'rrh is not only a mils-' ceo, danger
tuiil ouiii ,, u- i., ijio nffllctod, but a
v.'iitlftiiu iii.-i'ioe In ovciybndjr. Auy
ine w'm if iin in omtnot with Ca
ihi.IihI ft rms et)-ctoratwl or ex
.in', d Jit Ktuny tonms, poorly vtmtP
i.ciel tl.wrre-, or u ::. may contrac'
losu of tuncll, for no pait (lf u S
Is nocuro , from tiie imam of I
tarrh. Catarrii nial.en m sick j
over. It Is a ulrease of Im iiiuajl
cltciilateH lliroiigli tno .v nnjl
this reason Kprays, w..-. u
nnd stilvoa init be failure n
It. Vou can rollevo C.afturh thoroa
and permanently S w it eta
tho blood, relievo n l n ' y
tlous, loduco the lneiiih.-: .a
lug. It wlllillleraily v.,pl ite
frec f torn tho poiii'M . t t fn
rectly to tho snurre t.i . 'ml-
riches, while it cleafl' . I ,m1
If a .wonderful tnii.c invi i, wi
us particulars tf yem f. s ' let I
nhysIcJans Jielp .yen v. 1 1 of I
stubborn hnl d 'Sy i ii j
nltvl'r.T.!. uri ll-'l 1 i.ii
their services cobi yu'i . r,
will take pleaiai.'o l- d ... i:i,r i
tons. ,S. S. S. Is fr ... r.t
stotes. Refuse Imltn.Kti W'ltej
St'.U Bpocine Company. Mr'nslJ
tie' license They'll Hunk they havo i partment, Room 16, Ailnn n, (a.
Health and Energy
A ' largely
(bo ltc.Nllll of
Katliiff ' ,
GENERAL VILLA TOOK
F.I, I'AS( Tex., Oct. (!. -All prop
erty confiscated bv the Villa govern
ment or illu ndherents in the state
of Coahuila, except that of crsoiis
"guiltv of the crime of rebellion," h
returned to its original owners under
a decree promulgated by (lustavo
F.spinnsa Mireles, Carrunra governor
of that state, a copy of which has
just been received here.
No hunting or trespassing permit
ted on our lauds,
COLO HAY HF.ALTY CO.
You often seo men nnd women,
nnd sometimes children, who are ap
parently well, ami yet w ho 'seem to
bo lacking In energy void of ambi
tion. Nine times out of ten the trouble
lies In the stomach. They tuo not
eating tho right food; or tlielr fooil
Is not properly prepared. Or It may
lie tho result of over-ontlug.
Heavy, Indigestible foods are re
sponsible for most human ailments.
If the average normal person would
exercise as much Judgment lu select
ing the food they ent ns they do In
most other mnttors, thorn would bo
less pntcnt medicine used ntid fewer
doctor bills to pay.
Pure Oatmeal, properly prepared,
I: one of the most wholesome us well
as one of tho greatest energy pro
ducing foods known to culinary
It lends nil foods in Its combined
richness of protlen; which builds
hiain, bono nnd flesh; and fat anil
carbo-hydrates, which supply heat
As lu everything elw, there Is one
best Oatmoal the II. (). Mrnnd. It
Is the only uteam cooked Oatmeal on
tho market. Notice Its rich color
when )ou open the package. For
f.ln by grocers everywhere.
" l SOT
FALL STYLES FOR WOMEN
Coats, Suits, Dresses
Wo. havo ,'isstinl)lc! a beautiful line for stint ppJ
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
M. M. Dept. Store
VkifU xiv. tiso
XUA VIII, M0
LET US SEND YOU A
Genuine New Victrola on Free Trial
vour home. Lutei tain your family and youi trieiuK Send it lim-k at our cii, i.m. it v,.i don't
koi-ji it. Ti-rnis as ltn as a Uw tlolars a mouth !r a senuiui Vi tmla mul at roik-liotto'm iii. . -.
idny fci our new Vii-trola eatahj;ue and iiarticulais of Hur lilu-ral offtT. Thev nre fic-e.
Tr it in vour home.
want to kei-p it,
WE ALSO SELL SOHMER, VOSE, STERLING AND OTHER PIANOS; ALSO A B CHASE ARTIST
ANO PLAYER PIANOS ' VjrxlOXi iUlUJ1
HALE'S PIANO HOU5E
approval lHMtan'fctj'loVfor won. 'I