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MJSDFOKD .MAIL TU1J3UNK M KDFOIW. OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER
Plaster for tho now federal build
ing at BlKth and Holly streets Is be
ginning to arrive, and tho work of
applying It will begin as soon an ap
proved by tho government inspectors.
Tho outer walls of tho building havo
been complotcd, and tbo roof will bo
on within two weeks. At tho prencnt
rate tho structure will ba completed
ready for occupnncy by Feb. 1, 191C.
It will bo formnlly opened May 1st,
Don't Gropo In tho Dark" got nn
nvor-rcady flash light at Paul's Elcc
trie Store this week.. 172
Kvorott Gregory of Colcstln 1b
spending tho week In this city attend
ing to business matters.
Th boat styles, tho best qunlltlt'S
and tho best prices nro found In tho
millinery department of the M, M.
Ilept. Btore. 19C
Dan Simpson of Ilarron nprnt
Thurmlny In Medford attending to
Bee Dave Wood about that flro In
surance policy. Office Mall Trlbuno
W, W. .Txuax of flold Hill Is In tho
clty,n8 a Juror In tho federal rourt
Jjryono of, thoso big co cold D cent
milkshakes at Do Voo's.
Kail plowing Is being delayed
throughput lhj vullcy by lack of
rain and the. prospects for molsturo
Is not, promising,
11,09ms papered at $3.75 ,. whllo
spring dock lasts. Phono G-H-M. 17K
"No trespass", signs for sale at
Maf Trlbuno office. .
MJss. tftnmu Young of Gold Hill
visited friends. and relatives In this
city tho first of the. wcok.
Ten percent off on trimmed hats
ornaments, untrlmmed shapes, Sat
urday only at ltundlott A Stownrl',-
Moe'a Store . 171
Mrs. A. A. Hlrd Is leaving today fqr
Drs. A, II, and Louisa Hedges, chi
ropractic physicians, Stewart build
ing, 23C Hast Main 8t,
Frank Johnson of Montaguo, Cal.-,
Is spending tho week In tlm city and
valley attending to huslnoss matters.
Mrs, Leach, export corsotlorro, ma
terial, nnd fit guaranteed. 32G North
Mrs. C. 10. fridges, Wobb la visit
Ing.ln Siln Francisco. Mr. Wobb leaves
Bundny to Join )ur.
At tho public market Saturday, fine
veal lit booth 4,
, .JJred Chajmers of Grants Tans
spent Thursday .In this city and Jack
HonylUe on business.
-' Gl It nt DoVoes.
Attorney! A, C. Hough of Grants
PaVs attended to legal matters In thin
"Nq shooting" signs for salo at
Mall Trlbuno office.
William Hutching of. Talent npout
Thursday In this city visiting friends.
Job Printing In all Its branches nt
thn Mall TrlbUno office
Jpo Kelly of tho Griffin creok dis
trict sprut'Thursday In this city at
tending to business matters.
Ten percent oft on trimmed, hats,
ornaments, untrlmmed shapes, Satur
day, only at llundlett & Stewart's,
Mnfj'i store- 171
Hen Henry of Wntklns, Orogon, Is
spending a few days In thn city at
tending to buslnoss matters,
Jlook blurting of any kind at tho
Mall Trlbuno offlco. ,
KAj Hlldreth of llutto Falls, spent
Wednesday In this dty visiting
friends and attending to business
Head tho Portland Qrogonlsn.
George Fiirwoll of Ashland spent
Thursday afternoon In tlila city at
tending to business mutters.
Tim percent off on trimmed hats,
ornaments, untrluumHl bhapos, Sat
urday onlv, at llundlett & Stewart's.
Moe'a Hloro. . 171
liny Campbell of Mnrshtlold has re
turned to his homo after upending n
neck In this olty and vullny attend
ing to business matters.
Ladlos I am now prepared to inaHo
your hair Into swltohoi. Madamn U
Kennies, 346 North Oakdale
William Stout of Smith lllver, Cal.
a pioneer settler of that suction, Is
spending a few dss In Medford on
Do Voo delivers tho Oregonlan to
you every day foi 76c a month.
Heals lluckur, a member of the
Philadelphia team Is nn old friend of
8. S. Smith of this olty. Th Knew
oaoh nthar In KuiisHi.
Weston Camera Shan for first class
Kodak finishing and Kodak supplies.
Attorney Seneca Fouls, a member
of tho statu logUlntur and promi
nent In legal nffHlrs of the Kwo City,
Is In tho elty this week, aetlug as
attornoy for tho dtfwse In the Jim
Urown ninrdor cast now under wn
before tho federal court
Today'! flsti U and the Hare U
the Morifonl Fish ami PoultD ( o
Iteyal I. Cox of UMoburg Is spend
ing a few days In tho, fit) st tend In
tu buslnow mutters.
Hrlng thoso old iwbUws and .
rlodlcals to the Mull Tribune for
binding. - "
It. M. Ctlrnn spent Thursday after
noon In Ashland attending to bus
"So hunting" slgnB Tor sale nt the
Mall Trlbuno office.
Miss Bula Jacobs has returned
from n three weeks' visit In Califor
nia with friends and relatives nt tho
Shrimps, clams, crabs, oysters arc
nil In season. Get them nt Medfont
Fish nnd Poultry Co. .
Wilbur Crane of Grantw PnW spent
Thursday In this city attending to
business ;Wntters. j
Afternoon toa with wafers l$c,' at
tho Shasta. T
Dan Wilson oil doppr, Cal., is"
spending n few days In tho city at
tending to buslnoss matters.
When better insurance is sold
Holmes Tho InBtiranco Man will sell
James Ryan of tho Whiskey Peak
dlstlrct Is spondlng tho, week In this
city, attending to business mnttcrs.
Hot Tamales nt tho Shasta.
Merle Kellogg left this morning
for Crescent City, whero h will be
employed on government Hurvey
Oct your butter, eggs, milk, cream
nnd buttermilk at Do Voo's.
Farmers of tho valley nro using
drastic measures to curb .hunters
violating trespass notices, nnd sev
eral arrests of local cltUons urn
scheduled for shooting of pheasants
op enclosed lands. In most of these
cases tbo farmers havo fed tho birds
through the winter, and dislike to
see them slaughtered for food.
J. O, Oorklng, tho host all around
photographer In southern Oregon,
Always reliable. Negatives made any
where, tlmo or place. Studio 22R
Main St Phono 320-.1
Alms seeking wanderers to tlio
number of six were given their walk
ing orders last night by the police,
after they had operated In this city
for a few hours. They woro all well
dressed, and ijold they had visited
tho San Francisco fair until all tholr
money. wnH spent, and were trying
to get back to Chicago,
Letter heads, envelopes, bill heads,
looso leaf systems, at tho Mall Trl
Kenneth Williams of GrantB Pass,
well known In this-city, nnd n mem
ber of tho Cincinnati team of tho Na
tional league, has returned homo to
spend tho winter. Ho batted .340 ant
was ono of tho heaviest hitters of
tho Hurt's team,
Tho first regular football game of
tho season will bo played In this city
tomorrow between the Med ford nnd
Grants. Pass high school teams. A
largo delegation of Grants Pass root
ers will accompany their team. The
locals havo been drilling hard all
week for this game, and Coach Kluni
has Instituted sovernl new plays that
win bo unraveled on tho visitors. Tho
local team Is light and fast, Ono or
two of tho players, rated as stars,
havo been kept off tho team this yoar
because of failure. In studies.
JURY BOX FILLED
ran through the Urown farm. The
case will occupy three or four days.
Thursday tieorge Durkcc, a livery-,
man of Klamath Falls, was convicted j
on the chnrgo of selling whiskey to
nn Indian, and, will be sentenced by !
junge waiverton Saturday morning.
PUBLISHER PUTNAM . . .
DEAD OF HEART TROUBLE
HAI.KM, Or., Oct, t.- Georgo'PnU
mor Putnnm. irivnte Mtretury to
DISMISSED BY JUDGE
The federal grand Jury Is still in .Governor Jn'mc Viilii'ombe, reeeiv
oil t 'legram ttl'U' ni'u? (lint his
(jwslon, but ono indictment being re
turned to date. When they will, re
port In full Is not known. They have
been in session since Wednesday, and
ar JttH'stlgatfng'U number of federal
matters In western Oregon.
The work of selecting n Jury In the
Jim Urown murder case began today,
the morning session being devoted to
securing a Ju6'. At Aioon tho Jury
box was filled, and tho taking of 'vi
dence will be under wn,y this week.
Urown Is alleged to have killed F.u
gene Isaacs, a fellow Klamath Indian
following n dispute over n road which
I'ntlicr. .). Million I'utnnm. member of
the firm of 0. 11 J'utiisun S Sons,
publi-hvrf, had died nt hi homo in
Xw York liint night. He a HS
Savours old,. The. t'liu-o of ilenili wn
VAN HOnX, Tex., O-l. 8. Indict -lneutx
njfiiinst the member 1 the
pos'stf who recenllv killed (i nernl
Vnciinl O'ro.eo and fortr emnpnffmnn
in n hnttle iu Oiomi Ittwr canyon,
CillboiMin vuty. went llhminwl to
day hy .?Hfirf '.IhpIiko IB ihc dutriet
Iwlflo Jitfkxiti onlrrwl nil thv
proerty of the ilecentil, confuting
of guiih ami l"lll) Jouihb. of iiiuiiiuiii-
Itciirt trouble. .Mr, I'utnnm will leave ". monoy nnd liuwi-, tn
(nniifhl for New York. Mo their.-liuinliy, , ,
Get Rid of Scrofula
ow? Take S.S. S.
Fifty Years' Use ProVct S. S'. S.
Will Relieve Stubborn Cases
You havo noticed tho little fester
ng pimples on the face nnd body
welling o the glands soreness In
:ho legs and arm muscles. These are
.ho tymptonis of Scrofula. You
may have some of these aymp
loms, possibly the taint of Scrofula
.nfet'tlou. Hut In either case, It Is a
Jaugerqus cpudltlon. Your blood Is
infected. Impure, nnd you can never
hope to gain, perfect hcnlth until Ihc
ImpiniUci are; washed from the sys.
tcm. If you feel badly all tho time,
you must crave health. If you want
to feci renewed Spirits, tho glow of j
perfect health, bright eyes, clear
skin, tho knowledge that you arei
well, you- can do eo. Cleanse yourj
blood by taking S. S. S. For fifty
years it lin-Thcfti the HtanOard b.ood
purifier. It relievos tne iroumo i.y
renourishlng the blood, renewing its
strength, nnd stimulating the flow so
that the blood regains Its lost vitality,
nnd throws off tho .poison. Fun
long-standing eases respond. Hut
you must use S. S. S. Take it for ull
"blood infections. I Get It at your
If you ned Hpeclnl advice, writ
the S.S. S- Co., Atlanta. Oa.
WOMEN WHO ABE
May Find Help in This
NO DISMISSAL OF. CASES .
FROM COLORADO STRIKE
niiN'Vlbit, Oct. 8 More than 1000
persons made dufendants In cases
growing out of tho recent coal strlko
til Colorado must go to trial. Hopo
hold out strongly during the past
week that Governor George A. Carl
son would order a sweeping dismissal
p( tho cases pending, flickered out nt
midnight when tho chief oxecutlvo re
fused t Interfere This decision was
tho culmination of n aeries of con
ferences between Governor Carlson,
labor lenders, state officials,. advisers
and ollliens. Amnog thoso who were
understood to havo favored dismissal
was John I). Itockofeller, Jr., now In
Colorado on n tour of luvestlgatlou.
Tho decision of Governor Carlson,
which was a surprise lo oten thoso in
ctrolon close to the administration,
came only a few hours after the. an
tuiuucoiiuint of the action of tho su
preme court, ordering tho releaso of
John H. Larson, labor leader and ono
of tho foremost figures In tho con
duct of the recent strlko, who bus
been confined In a Trinidad Jail since
his com Id Ion several months ago of
first tlogrtM murder In connection
with strike disorders.
TOO MTU TO CMSSIFV.
FOlt SAI-B 3JiTsr"v cows, 10:'.'
West 11 til st Ktt
'I WILL GIVE $1000
: II I FAIL to CURE i) CANCER "TUMOR iiwt
baton It POISONS citf. lUd u Jttxhu ti BONE
No PAY Until Mlf (VrJ
1 vtRiniN cuaN
Swan Creek, Mich." I cannot speak
too highly of your medicine. When
tnrougn neglect or
overwork 1 get run
down nnd my nppc
tite is poor nnd I
havo that weak, lan
guid, always tired
feeling, J get a bot
tle of Lydlo E. Pink
Compound, and it
builds me up, gives
mo strength, and re
stores mo to perfect
health ntraln. It is truly n nrcat blesi-
I Inv tn wnmttti. nntl T rnnnnt n,nt? inn
highly of it. I take pleasure In recom
mending it to others." Mrs. Annii:
Cami:iiom, H.F.D., No. 1, Swan Creek,
Anotlicr Sufferer lleltcvcil.
Hebron, Me. "Beforo taking your
remedies I was all run down, discour
uged nnd had femalo weakness. I took
Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Com
pound nnd used tho Sanative Wash, and
find todoy that I nm nn entirely new
woman, ready nnd willing to do my '
housework now, where beforo taking '
your medlclno it was n dread. I try to j
impress upon tho minds of all ailing j
women I meot tho benefits they can
derive from your medicines."' Mrs. j
Ciiakli:3 Kowk, Kennebogo, Malno.
Iff you ivnut special ndvlco
vrlio to Lyillu R. IMulcliatii Metl- '
Icluo Co., (coiilldciitlal) Lynn,
Mas. Your letter nil lo opened,
rend ami answered by a woman
ami held In strict confidence.
Now is the Time and This is the Place
A strssr; car conductor could perform his duty witKour his uniform tur you d'W:
look at Kim twice before Trusting him with our fare. The same prir.c:! ap
plies to the ordinar citizen and his clothes.
will reflect your position and- high standing in this'egmmunity. They wers tailor
ed for men who rsquirs clothes which in pattern, fit, style and workmanship give
distinction to the wearer and entitles him to ths respect of sveryone. New fall J .
and winter Models, both suits and ovsregats, are now ready for your inspection
and a tryon before 9ur mirror.
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Phoenix Silk Hosiery
Model Clothing Co.
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NEXT WEEK IS DRESS-UP WEEK October 11 to 16 1
THERE WILL NaT BE A BETTER TIME THIS SEASON TO CHOOSE YOUR NEW OUTFIT, AS OUR SHOW- 1
ING IS AT ITS BEST, AND THE STYLE CRAFT GARMENT IS THE ONE TO CHOOSE. IT MEANS, GAR- X
MtiMm OA-Prirnv Trn lunnATOrff TXT AnnTTTfVM Tfi RTVT.'R ANT) RTCTLT. PUT INTO TH51SP. fJT.nTWS rrirTrnT.T.1 a
JUUll 1 Um iJ 1 1 I JLA lJ- - A r - A w - - -- .. - . .V, . w-M AMMIVI ... .M.. V TA'
ENTERS CONSCIENCE, BRAINS AND TASTE, WHICH IN ITSELF MANIFESTS THE HIGH REGARD FOR
THE WEARER'S EXPECTATIONS OF SERVICE AND APPEARANCE. ALSO DIVERSIFIED SHOWINGS
OF MILLINERY, FURS AND FURNISHINGS TO COMPLETE THE OUTFIT FOR DRESS-UP WEEK.
iiki. .. hxiliial
Any LUMPinWPMAN'S BREAST
1 KUlJ QUICXIY
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Dr. & Mrs. Dr. CIIAMLEY & CO. MM
43401 36P VAnH 51, San fuschco. Cil.
'NUtr MAIL TMIU MU4a CANCER
SOME SPECIAL SUIT PRICES
SPECIAL SUIT SALE, $25,00
S01110 exceptional .strong values iiii'liuled in this showing so early
in tho season. Style Craft models in mixtures, tweed's, serges,
poplins. The season's best stvles in sport models and semj-tail-ored
models, real values $17.")(), ;50 and .:W.."0, speeia! $25.00
To eomplete the dress-up outfit, Cheek and Stripe Niagara Maid
ilk Hose, New ICabo Corsets. New Kid Gloves. W'hire and Wliite
with black is very popular. Crepe Do Chine and Mescaline and
Plaid or Stripe. Silk Waists, Xow small neat Handbags, TalTutn
and Mossaline Pottieoats ill thv Season's best styles.
SPECIAL SUIT SALE $18.50
Tailored Suits in mixtures, .serges, poplnis and zibolines, a good
luie of colors, real values to o.Of), special $1S.50
"STYLE CRAFT" COATS
Pile fabrics and mixtures are the principal cloths used this sen
'011, These made in Stvle-Crafr models will meet your ap
proval. Priced at $15.00 to $00.00.
Other Coats, $S;50 up.
THE NEW MILLINERY
The ladies are all delighted with mr showing of .Millinovv. Our
styles are exclusive, in- tjunlities are rich, anil what interests vou
nihat, our modest pri.-es. If ve..linven't a hat to fit vour face,' u
will make it for you, although the assortment of both Triiimu-tl
Hats and Untrinuued Slmpos'is so complete in all oualities that it
is no trouble to suit you. A most' handsome line r Klowers Feath
ers and Trimmingv. Also Hats for the 1 .it tie- 'Puis
The Daylight Store
Gold Stripe Silk Hose