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MISDFOM) MATL TKinUNE.
ORKCJONT, "WEDNESDAY. OCT013KR 27, 1015
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Tho W. C. T. V. will meet Thtirmlny
nftcrnoon nt 2 o'clock nt tho M. 13.
church South on Oalalalo.
Doublo S. & II. Green Trading
ntnmpB on pictures nnd jilcturo frnin
Ing Friday nnd Saturday nt Waters.
Mrs. V, 13. Merrick la nttondlnn llio
nnnunl iiicctlng of tho state fodoratftm
of -women's clubr. nt Snlctn. Hho Is
second vlco iiresldcnt of tho organ
ization, J. O. Ocrklng, tho best nil nround
photographer In southern Oregon.
Always rollnblo. Negatives mado any
where, tltno or jilnco. Studio 228
Main St. Phono 320-.T.
John P. Merrill who returned Sun
day from nn nuto trip to Portland
wan In from his Gold Hill ranch Tues
day. Uuy Mcdford mntlo candy at the
Mr. and Mrs. John Ileounn nnd fam
ily, formerly of Mcdford, hnvo nr
rlved In Pendleton, to make their fu
ture homo. Mr. Ilceson will enter tho
building nnd contracting field. Ho
Is roputod to bo n crnck (ennls player
boublei (Ircon Trading stamps on
wall paper Friday nnd Saturday.
Wnlofs. ' 88
Mrti..Fcd II. Hopkins and son have
returned from a weok's visit nt tho
Weston Cnmorn Shop for first clnsg
Kodnk finishing nnd Kodak supplies.
-loo Murphy, tho bnrbor, hnn sold
IiIh sho)i nt Mala and Fir streets to
his former nsKoclnte, Joo O'llrlon,
who will horenftcr conduct tho busi
ness. Mr. Murphy loaves for Stock
ton, Cal., whom ho has been offered
employment with nu oil com puny.
Do Voo buys beer bottles.
M. I,. Alford, president of tho First
Natlnnnl bank of this city, accompan
ied by Mrs. Alford and their son Her
bert, will leavo for a week's visit nt
tho San Francisco exposition on Mon
Shoo repairing gunrnntcod nt HI
13. 13. (lore of tho firm of Warner,
Wortmnu & (lore, left Inst night with
n carload of fluo porkers for tho Port
Tho best stylos, tho bent qualities
nnd tho bent prices nro found In tho
millinery department of tho M. M.
Dopt. Stbro. Ida
II. CI. Worlmnn, of UiIh city, uiidor
u ppeelnllsts earn In Portland, Is ro
pprteil to bo Improving very notice
ably and may yet bo nbla to escape
llutto Falls Wood Yard, Phono -18
or 223; wood nil kinds. 203
Tho Itoguo Hlvor Courier reports
excellent progress In thnt district In
tho matter of ncrongo subscriptions
to tho sugar beet proposition. Farm
ers In Hint locality nro becoming very
onthuslnstlo over tho prospects of
tbu factory In tho vnlloy next season.
Home made tnffy nt Do Von'o.
Hopkins llros. of Western Now
York, who tarried In Mcdford nnd
vicinity n dny or two, Inspecting
orchard proportion, loft this morning
for San Francisco. They are very
tixtonslvo apple raisers In their state
nnd wero much Improved with the
oxteul and hoHlthful uppenrauco of
our mnhy largo, brchnnl tracts.
A Corona typ6Wrlter n week Is the
record slnco wo were nppolutod
agents, Medforil Hook Store.
llerliurt J. Ilorrluu, son of J. W.
Ilorrlan, who lias boon attending (ho
Couimurolal college at Kugeuo for tho
piittt onr, has returned, llo special-
land on steuogrnphy. typewriting and
bookkeeping itud 1s rngnrdml n xn
export along theao linn.
Will mijoiid who has a Domorost
or W1. P. T. U. Hold or silver medal
Iduntio notify Phono 070-.M, or uil
315 Hsrtleet street. 1SS
W. I.. Storey, u youg inmi of At
wooil. Ills., stopptMl Ht Modfoid a day
to slia up the situation hero, on his
letnm home from a Ult to the ronl
See Pave Wood about thnt fire In
surance policy. Offlc II Ml Tribune
J. W. W'Hkoflold msdt' flunj; bus
IiitWri trljt to C'tiiitrul Poiut ra)erd
Mr. N'Uoti, of fluiilm.e. tuh., Is
visiting with M. II. ltlloy, of Sams
valley, during his ituost tor oxcime to
beeoiuo a flxturo In kills laud of
promts. J W. WakQflwM IntroUiio
rt th how-cohibi- 16 iiiuny new Mint
llitrMtlng nB whfflo lisro. Mr
Nlion will proiHtbly ewn prapurty
liero bfor returning to bta Iiowm.
IUIieW'ill MftU. C4lM, 111109 OKtd.
uud KMt trtl. Hertford lltMik 8trv
VlMy California pHW arc lsuot
llfjj lb Kou Hwr vtUoy Hlth
VlOW to fcotoinilig utMUNtUII) lUtMI-
- IlIdoH't Bbee rfi.str gimp wvd
noro Mroot from old ta4. sol
W F. ra . itirtaHit rwUtnt
of VamAnnu. i.i i u. U vUlttcc
tJifs vnllo) h to Mc4tnlaii
ptoporU' l ih wiltluBAlr
fur propert im t hi rvsnn
Try oii4 of tkow big it el4 I cent
Hi)kbakC8 at I' 4
Q. A. Moore, of Ollroy, Callfornln,
Is looking over tho agricultural dis
tricts of tho valley with d. view to
becoming Interested here. Ho In sur
prised nt tho prospect noted In this
rcgldn fpr much substantia! develop,
ment in tho near future.
Sell your spring chickens before
tho spurs begin to show In order to
get a good price. Springs with but
tons or small spurs are :ir per pound
Icsb nnd nro called sings. Mcdford
Poultry nnd Egg Co., Phono f.83,
John Klsslck of Lindsay, Cnllfor
ntn, Is here to trnde property there
for lnlcrosts In tho Hoguo rlvor val
ley. Chocolato croams, cnramcls, chips,
peanuts, etc., only 30c n lb. at Ho
S. J. Huff, of tho Ashland Realty
Co., Is doing business In thin city to
day, n portion of which Is to trndo
Ashland property for Mcdford prop
erty. Butternut bread nt Do Voo's.
Mr. nnd Mrs. 13d F. Weston, who
nrrlved jestorday from nn extended
nuto tour through the middle west,
nro visiting with Undo Joo Davis nt
Cold Hill today.
Whon better insurance Is sold
Holmes Tho Insurnnca Man will soil
Mrs. M. A. Hngan, advance agent
for the !ndlcton Hound-Up Film Co.
Is doing business In this city today,
whllo en routo south from Portland.
Hook binding of any kind nt tho
Mali Trlbuno office.
Tho .Mcdford city band will glvo n
free concert In tho pnrk on Frldny
Dolled linin nnd tincon at DuVoo's
Mrs. I 'nil Agco of Hoscburg, Is vis
iting In the city today.
"No trespass" signs for sale at
Mall Tribune offlco.
13. A. Powell, of Now York stnto, Is
n Mcdford visitor todny.
Hrlng thoso old mngtuluos nnd pe
riodicals to tho Mnlt Trlbuno for
Stnto Highway Fnglneer 13. I. Cnn
tlno, of Salem, In reglnteicd nt the
Hotel Medford todny.
Itend "Oct Itlch Quick Wnlllng
ford" In thoOregouliiu nnd San Frnn
rlnco l3Mimluer and sen tho pictures
nt tho Star theater boglunlng Friday,
C. It, Capln, a stockman of promt-
uenco In Montnnn, with lieadiiuartern
at llrayton, Is visiting this valley this
Wo hnvo been compelled to movo to
larger quarters nnd you will now find
us nt 31 K 13. Main street with the lar
gest dlsplny of fluo furs over shown
In Medford. F. W. Hnrtlett. 181
(1. II. Pnytou, n prominent minor
of the Sumpter district, In tho Haker
region, this state, In Inspecting min
ing pioportltm In this county this
Job Printing In nil Its branches nt
tho Mali Trlbuno offlco.
II. I). Wain wrlght, formorly of
Kimono, but now of Klamath Falls
district, Is tarrying In this vnlloy this
week, renewing old uclunlntnuco
and Incidentally keeping a sharp op
tic asknnco for tho niiilii chance to
"grab a good real estate buy." He
knows tho valuo of Hoguo rlvor val
loy dirt when properly treated.
Do Voo delivers tho Oregonlan to
you overy dny for "fie n month.
Deputy Coroner Tengwald and
County Physician Hart left this after
noon for tho district wost of Wood
vlllo on a coroner's case.
Drs. A. K. and Louise Hedges, cht
roprnctlo physfclsns, Stowart build
ing, 235 ttnxt Main St.
0. I.. Dinldsnn, popular tobaccon
ist nt tlit corner of Main nnd West
Fir, is making oMenslvn Improve
ments In tho Interior of his plnco of
Froih roasted peanuts at Do Voo's.
The case of the Stale vs. Joe Jnhu-
ton. charged with robbery, was bo
uii at two o'clock this aftHiiionu be
fore a Jury lu tho circuit court at
Harry II. Iltoks, former city editor
of the .Mall Tribune, now coast mnii
ager of the (lOiiornl Film company,
with headquarter In Seattle, passed
through Medford Wednesday euroute
to San Prftiiclsca.
Postnco stamps at ri Voo's.
Mr.- and Mrs. Horace Poltou of
Xmhis vhIIm) avoio Mmlford visitors
Hot Tamales nt tho Shsstn.
Stmator II. Von der llelleu Of Wd.
leu aud Curl Von der llnlleu, were lu
Letter heads, envolupos, bill hends,
looe laf systems, nt tho Mnll Trl-
Mrs. Clara Maplfcton. of Kugono.
tnrrldd belwcon trains lu this city
today to innlto crsounl Inquiry about
her son Ilhrry, who disappeared from
homo two nionHis ago nnd was InBl
located in this vicinity. Tho Mnple-
tons lived In this vnllcy somo years
ngo nnd tho boy, now 17 years old,
had two or three chums hero who
wefd Inclined to strny from the nar
row way occaslonnlly. It was thought
that they might hfivo softie knowl
edge of Harry's Itinerary, but Mrs.
Mnplcton obtained no consoling Infor
mation In this city. She will con
tlnuo to Callforla, hoping to locato
him at the fair, although shciys her
son Is cnpablo of taking caro of him
"No hunting" signs for salo at tho
Mnll Trlbuno offlco. '
Dr. .1. F. Hoddy of Orantri Pass
spent Wednesday In Medford.
Lndlos havo your furs cleaned, re
modeled and roll n ed now, to avoid the
rush. F. V. Hnrtlett, 318 13. Mnln.
Alex J. Itoscborough, secretnry of
tho Cnllfornln-Orcgon Powor com
pnny, spent Wednesday In Mcdford
Corsets mndo to your individual
measurements, guaranteed. 320 N.
State Hallroad Commissioner Clyde
H. Altchlson of Salem and wife wero
Medford visitors Wednesday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. 13. II. Hnnley have re
turned from a trip to Seattle.
County Commissioner Madden
writes ho will roturn from Seattle,
whore he has been on business, tho
first of the week.
Dr. C. It. Itny and daughter left
thin morning for tho Snn Francisco
II. Nordwlck, the local flour mill
man, left for San Francisco this
morning to enjoy tho sights of tho
It. A. Kopcs, 124 South Nowtown
street, loft this morning for a 30-day
visit with relatives and friends at
Joe S. Murphy of this city went to
San Francisco, leaving thin morning,
for a visit at tho fair.
Fruit Inspector Wheeler, having
completed his official work hero for
a time, will leave this ovenlng for
Snn Frnnclsco to tnko In tho fnlr
nnd other big things.
Mrs. Win. Stein, wlfo of the local
S. P. bnggneman, Is" visiting with n
sister nt (Ileudalo today.
Hallroad Commissioner Atchison,
who hns been visiting In Mcdford on
personal nnd official business, left to
day for Salem.
Captain Vnnco will loavo for San
Francisco tomorrow with (3ov. Withy
combo and party.
13. F. Ohormloy, "third trick" oper
ntor at the 8. P. depot, will leuvo for
Chicago this evening on a six weeks'
visit. The fact that ho cautiously
concealed his round trip ticket before
ho stnrted sot wise onos guessing ns
to what the' secret may bo. Ills re
turn will lie awaited with some ex
pectancy. W. W. Kastllck, of Ashland, Is a
Medford visitor today.
Mrs L. A Hentlo, of Talent, is a
citv visitor todny
L .. i - . .
Helper Pntton, In tho local tj. P,
bnggag'orooni, lqft today for Port
Inhd, Art Mlzrc having returned from
his ton days'1 hunting trip nnd re
sumed Work, relieving Mr Pntton.
Mrs. F. a. Morris, wife or the sec
ond shift mnn In the S. P. bnggage
room, will leave for Olcndalo tomor
row oh h vWU'wJth frjpnds.
Frank Wolf nnd wfo, of New York,
nro delighted with their visit to Mcd
ford. Mr. Wq'jf'ln manager of tho
Punch Jon6a ', rnudevllle company
now showing nt the Page.
Mrs. M. A.iJJalmer, of Ashland, Is
visiting tho metropolis of the valley
Mrs. II. II. tattou, who ban been In
the Sncrcd Heart hospital the pant
two weeks, Is'nlilo'to bq nt homo
ngnlil nnd Ns" Improving Vapidly.
NOTED EMBEZZLERS ON
TRIAL FOUND GUILTY
SYHACUS13, N. Y , Oct. 27 A
verdict of guilty on nil counts lu tho
Indictment was returned late tonight
by tho Jury in tho fcaso of Baron
Kugono Opponhclm, Dr. Howard J.
Hogers, both of New York, nnd Hlch
nrd Murphy of Amsterdam, nccuscd
of conspiracy nnd aiding Ju the em
bezzlement of funds from tho First
National bank of Amsterdam. Tho
Jury considered the case thirty min
utes. llaron Opitanholm Is the son of a
prominent Clcrmnn hanker. Dr.
Kogers has uroputatlon ns nn educa
tor libtli In 13 ii rope and Id this coun
Murphy is a lawyer1 nnd former
member of the htnto nsscmbly. Sen
tence will ho' propoun6cd tomorrow
morning. ' ;
Tho pfcnnlty for "aiding and abet
ting" Is not. less than fl.yo nor moro
than ten years Imprisonment; nnd for
consplrnc.", lis charged In this case,
n flno or n6t moro than $10,000, or
Imprisonment for not moro thnn two
years, or both, n fine nnd Imprison
ment. ' '
ii i , , j ,,, ,. ,. ,iMnmw imnwwii.1 -itinii m unwniiniiiiiJ ! imuk.w
Hogem vffii ono or tho purehnsors
or tho 0ip mine somo ton years ngo
nnd organized a company thnt oper
ated It several years. Ho la well
Known In the valley.
Snnford Illchardson of Hobs Lnuo
wns married1 Tuesodny evening, Oct.
20, to Miss Mnv Ncnlon, dnughtor or
S. M. Ncnlon or Table Hock, at the
residence of County Clerk tleorgo
(iimlner, Jacksonville, by tho Hev.
Paul Handy, Only Intimate friends
and members ot the families wero
The Smoke of the Smart Set
is not the ready-made or even ready-made-to-order cigarette. Smart
men of fashion everywhere club-men, connoisseurs, pon-vivants,
millionaire sportsmen have discovered the keener enjoyment and
greater satisfaction in the fresh cigarettes of unique flavor and deli
cious mildness they roll for themselves, to suit their individual taste,
from mellow "Bull" Durham tobacco. Today it is the very laat
word in correct form to Roll Your Own."
KflPF 9mP pnaB3
'IT, - f. I
Ak for FRER
ickagaof "paper $
ith each Se tacit
No other tobacco in the world has the wonderful sweet fragrance
and ripe natural mildness of "Bull" Durham. No
have the exquisite smoothness and delightful ,
freshness of "Bull" Durham hand-made cigarettes.
"Bull" Durham is a distinctive form o
bacco enjoyment, thoroughly appreciated
smokers of experience and discrimination for th
supreme, lasting, wholesome pleasure it nllor
An Illustrated Booklet, chowinp cor
rect way to "Roll Your Own" Ciga
rettes, nnd a Pachacc of cigarette
papers, will both be mailed, free, to any address in
U. S. on posr.l request. Addrco3 "Ball" Durham,
Durham, N. C
Ti!E AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
ds. i: ifcfoM$ayi2g
ft friB sal i&iZtZSSzJScwmm
il II 11111
BEAUTIFY YOUR HI
AND STD P DANDRUFF
TOO I.ATK lO GiaSSII'V.
iT HAY ED "()uV"THe 'in a r a be ut 1 2
tars old, wcuiitng
Kindt r i l-n iihon.
A li t-riiiiiif
H 'Ml IKtUllll.
3II-J. C V
1'iy 'I liN! oiir llnli- Cicts 'ny,
(tlossy mill Miiliiilant nt Oiuo
To he possessed or a lieail or heavy,
lieautirul lialr. sort, lustinus, flurry,
wavy anil free fioiu ilHiulruir Is mi re
ly a matter or iiklug a little Daiulor
It Is easy anil Inexpensive to hnvo
nl ct'. sort lialr and lots or It. .lust
Kt a 2o-ceut bottle or Kuowlton's
Dauilerlne nnw-all'drug s(ort reo-
oiuiueiid It Hipl a little as dlrict(Hl
and within ten mtuuto there will be
an Hpparnuco or abundance, rreli-
iies, riur(lnotis ami Incoiupnrnblo
Kloss aud lustre, and try ns you will
you cannot find a trace of dandruff or
fallliiK hair: hut your real surprUo
IU be after about two vuok' use,
when ou will see now hair (Ine and
downy Hi first oa but roally new
Imlr aproutltiK out all over jour
(MiliOanderiuo Is, uo believe, the
ol sure hali grower. ilostniNor of
dsudrit(f and mm for Itchy stmlp and
It sever full to styi fHlllijK hair at
If mhi vvsnt to prove how piotty
aud soft oui hair really Is,. inoistun
a ilotli wlili a llttlf Haiiilerlno and
iurtfntly di.iw It tlirouh your lialr
taking on. small -triiil at a time.
Your IihIi will lt soft. lo.v and
litfMiitiful in Jufet a fu hiojucoLs a
ilfhubtful urprts' awaits wvoryone
who trlw i til
ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT,
SO GET BUSY AT ONCE
Only 3 days more and this "Great Quick Action Sale" will
positively come to an end. So get busy and supply your needs
for the winter at great reductions You all know the reputation
of Ahrens and all goods sold are guaranteed.
Cliilrtroit's Sweaters, a
jjood worsted liuiulier,
Hratllev make, in cardinal,
)vi and green, at $1.79
$r.on Ladies' Sweaters, in
rough ueclc or V neck, col
ors cardinal, maroon,
while, etc., real fcl.OO val-
IP YOU ARE AMBITIOUS
If you hnvo Character, plus Determination.
If you have that rare quality, Stick to-it-ive-ness,
Vim itii wanted at the
Medford Commercial College
"The School of Best Result."
luirnll NOW mimI Kl't rcadv t make the mwt of future o
iMitiniiitic )V .in. I MtllT SCHOOL n..vv m sevsi.ui
at 51 NOlHlKih MM Nl'lil I 1
$10.0H, all styles
Values to $'2X)0
$2."0 (Yepe Kinlonas, on
sale at .4V $1.49
$1.50. 1 iwk Tar liddies on
sale a' .98c
.5c Ladius' Casiuuere
Hone at 19c
J.)c Ladies' IPIeoee Lined
Hose at 18c
n(V AWu-stod Foot Hose on
sale nt 29o
7V ( aslu nere ,1:1 ne on Mile
$-'l Wndh Dttssts on sale
IMvxs.-i. ale 98c
7". ChililnMi'H Wash
l)rvMM. sale 59c
THE GREATEST VAL
UES in Tailored Suits,
Coats, Furs and Dressos
you will be offered in many
Furs One Fourth Off
A JfJdOO stock to choose
fruui. lake your select ion
now and save one-fourth.
$35 Tailored Suits $9.85
Some of these are hist sea
son's suits, hut handsome
gabardines, etc., all are
gc hard hies, etc., all are
gootl, staple colors, a full
rack to choose from, and
actual values are up totf,
Tailored Suits $14.85
A large line to choose from
including some Kur Trim
med Hon Suits, sale $14.85
Suits, values to $l7..10, on
sale at $18.85
Suits, values to I7..'H), on
sale at $33.85
Every Coat in stock
All Millinery Includ
ed in This Sale
.')() Trimmed Hats, values
Others priced at
$3.49, S4.98, etc.
lTnt rimmed Shapes
One larue table full
trimmed Shapes in velvets,
nhishes and battels' plush,
values to :j.o0, sale $1.98
All other shapes propor
All I'lumcs, I'onipoiiis,
Velvets, Silks, Flowers,
Wings, cte r.'dueed 2.V; ,
RAIN COATS AT SALE
(looiliu-h linin (nts that
are all steam vulcanized,
aud the bust the market af
fords, ure priced at $4.9S,
$5.93, $9.85, $ii.95, $12.85
Just a Few of
DRESS SKIRTS $2.98
One full rack IS Dress
Skirts, allies are up to
$V2J)(). sale .$2.95
One lot ol Dress Skirts in
a good quality serge, pock
et trim, navy and black,
real .."..")() value, sale . $3.98
Others at $4.98,'$5,98. $6.98
Wash Dresses, Sale $1.60
One large table full of
Wash Dresses, all sizes aud
a big line of colors, in ging
hams aud percales, real
values up to ,f.s, on sale
COATS, SUITS and SILK
One lull rack of Cunt.
Kuit. and Silk Dresses,
al-o a few Silk Rain Coals,
real vulijev; on this Wk up
to $20, .sale $4.85
The rainy sommhi will soon
lie In if, prepare lor it at
tbu- wile, 89c, 98c, 51.19,
SL69, $1.8S up.
A large line t now IIhikI
hat ihf itfweMl hIiujmh
and fiaiiu, &Ut vain, s