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MEDFORD MAIL TltLUUNE, MJSDJfOKD. OKKGOX, FRIDAY, NOVL'.MllKl? 12, 101")
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Fred T, I.qwifl of Jtcilford IsVobIs
torod at Uotol IlcnRon, l'ortlnuil.
Kdd Ulnn linn roturnod from I'ort
Innd Mrhoro ho markotcd several cars
of Hro fltoek.
Good dry wood J1.G0 per tier on
ground. R. P. Montgomery, CIO 8.
Pat Bwayno lias returned from
Portland, whoro ho accompanlod a
rar of beef cattlo.
J. 0. Qerklng, t&o best all nround
photographor In Routliarn Orcrcon.
Always reliable Nosntlvea mado nny
whero, tlmo or plnco. Studio 228
Mnln St. Phono 320-.T.
' The opening of tho now Dairy nlorc
by tho Whlto Velvet Ico Cream com
pany at 322 KiihI Main ntrcut will
occur Saturday, Nov. 13. All uro
Invited. ItefrofllimenU will bo Hcrvoil.
Postaco stamps at Voo'n.
Tho Cqllogo Wqiiioh'h oluli will
nicqt with Mr. B. 11. Portor, 1010
South Oakdale, Saturday afternoon,
nnd all iiiomhorn are iitroiI to attend.
Smoko a KIiir Spitz cigar, Cp.
Thoy aro homo-mado. "
0. N. ICriiinur, Southern Pacific
agent at Anhlaud, wan a yInlWjr, In this
Tho alumni dauco will not cour
tljlH, evening, an lain 1iciii puhliHhod,
bjt, uHl ,bo given tomorrow evening,
an panned. Tho affair will bo In the
nature of a football hop, all Anhlnud
unit Mudford HtudentH lmlug Igvltoil
to attend. A lurge iitWuiiliumo l ox
At tho ptibllq market Saturday,
vnl In IJooth 3.
v 13. A. Welch, of tho Mod ford gro
cery, Is doing builnww In Aiihland to
day. Wcnton Camora Shop for flrt class
Kjpdak finishing nnd Kodak nuppllcs,
My, Pat Mogo, wjfq of pur night
-4911U1, loft today, for a, vmlt, at thu
axpoultlon In S.ui Frunclflco,
Ordor your ThnukHglvlug turltoy
onrly as thoy aro Kcnrco. l'or n cholcii
9.io phono 1R3. J. C. Herring, Valloy
,13. 1; Stuckmnn, or Kaglo Point,
loft today for IiIh old homo In MIchN
Plant liullm now and got bettor
lilaonin. Wo have a stock of tho best
Imported bulbtuund Invito you to In
spect uumo. Our prlccH nro right.
Myaclnths (all colorn) 10a oavh, 3 for
2So; Tulips, straight colors and mixed
tpq.ln doz, lots; Narcissus, 3c to Oc
cnclii.Qrocus, 20q doz.; Cyolumon, 2T.o
oaqh;,Sncrod China LIIIoh, 10a oach;
3 for 2Gq; Kaster Llllos, 20a each;
nindlolliiH, (iOc doz. Monarch Seed
& ood Co. 317 K. Main Btrout. 204
W It. Scott, wlfo and daughtor,
pasM)d south today on train No. 13.
Mr. Scott Is loo prosldout and gon
orul manager In rhargiv of oporatlons
of tho Southern Pacific. During tho
brief stop horo Mr. Srott ordered a
quantity of Medford applou sunt to his
homo In San Prauolsco,
Your fountain pen liothors some
tlinuH. Lot ub aloan and ndJusL It
froo of ahnrgo. Mudford Hook storo.
Dr. K. II. Krenuli, wlfo and daugh
tor, loft today for an iixlniiilinl visit
at tho big hIiow In Sun KrwiulHi-o,
Insure your auto In tho Alllanoo
unln t thoft, flr. C. V. Tougwald.
J. C. Ilurch, tho oamont man of
Quid Hill, loft today for Portland on
Uuy Medford mndo candy at tho
J. V. Ileokwllh, munaKor of the
Hoguo ltlvor Kriilt and Produuo 11 a
soolntlon, nccoiiiiuiuliMl by Mrs. llocK
wltit, lft today for a visit In Califor
nia. Including In Iholr Itlnmnry the
PsnsHia and probably tho San Diego
UP looso lunf niHino books aro used
by ovary man who npuroclutuH con
vtilnnc. Thereto ra good Xinai
gifts. MmltorU Hook Storo.
No. 13 carried nblg load of pas
stumors south this uuirnlug.
Hulled lirun nnd tweon at DoVoo'a
A good lwwr of ruin foil last
nlfht, nddlitg Hiiother mitt) of mols
l4l.ro In to qusjilily tho ftuuiiM'S so
Uoaiitiful lluo of ougniYtMl nnd II
lumtnnttMl porwtusl Nnias Cardn. vtlih
vuvolopos to ntsteh. Hm tko Huh t
lh .Mudford PrlutiiiK Cw.
AUiltuiH. Kuu., Iim Hlrduoid u
now uitUboil of oolltlHc bud bills,
throHgii ths biMtlxtMw boui of that
HH(urtuiiHt city. Th bU art) iu(
Ult Ht Wbllr HUrtluM HH4l S4W1 til IU
IklgtiMt bidder. Th suMttwcor finds
WH' IttUrstiMi tMikliti vaiNi Ih
ttw Mils oflrMt. 1. Wu't roportiMi
wbether or not s dttor msjr bid In
hU ow n tiiUa sjtd sy th 4lffrwct
btwii tbs sum htt usys sjid ik fMo
of th obUa.ious.
lx Vm dllvrs lb 0mmInh to
you vwy ttoy tut Tie s ummiU.
AJk IUaiwrMii, of Oaklftmt. wr
fUury of Um Ctfril-0 Pom
r contMiBy. Is siwndlBM s f dus
la M4ford on oiiiia busiuMW
i'tUta sd ttetr4y oJy, U bats
fram M to fin. tor (S; ail i& la
tii Ml, l ; IUi J 5 MMt dr,
bMlftM-io. MHiM m ImU ff hW
mt4 IUU0 0 . Il
A. It. Icoman Is In the city today
as agent for n now Invention In tho
lino of thermos bottles hot-water
kadooles. Paradoxical business.
DldB aro requested on pasturing six
head of government horses and stor
ing ono government transportation
equipment from now until tho be
ginning of the surveying season In
191C. lllds must bo submitted on No
vombcr IC, IDin. illnnk bids may
bo secured from Fred W. Ilodolf, If.
S. Surveyor, C I Hose av. 202
It. Ij. Darling, wlillo driving his
truck loaded with beer toward (lold
Hill yostorday afternoon, had occas
ion to leave It for a few moments.
While absent u qulutotlo of nearby
laborers swiped a keg of tho foamy
brew and rolled It away. This morn
ing Mr. Darling had warrants issued
from .lustlca TnloKs court for their
arrest, charging petty larceny. Tho
t unstable has gouo to get thorn, while
tho trunkuian Is trying to retrieve
the keg, dead or alive.
Hot Tamales at tho Shastn. .
A. H. Heanios left l'rlday for Port
land, where ho will argun n demurrer
In the case of Contractor .1. V.
Swennoy vs. Jackson county.
Something new. Personal, engrav
ed Xiimh gieetlng cards. Sen the
lino at Medford Printing Co.
A. A, Moody has sold tho Medford
Creamery to II. II. Clark, recently
from Corvollls. Mr. Clark will as
sumo tho direction of tho business at
once. Ho Is recommended as a thor
ough creamery man.
See Davo Wood about that flro In
nuranco policy. Offlco Mall Trlbuno
M. .1. Moiitolth, of Albany, Is doing
business In Mudford. today.
All hats at cost. Trimmings groat
ly reduced. Home Millinery, 1101 W.
!itli street. 201
W. W. ITsshcr and W, C. llaldwln,
of Ashland, nro visitors In Medford
today. Mr. llaldwln Is a recent nr
rlval from California nnd hnn- como
to niako his homo In Ashlaml.
Chocolate creams, carnmols, chips,
peanuts, otc, only 30c n lb. nt Do
M. Hoffman, of Snu Kranclsco, Is
a business visitor In tho valloy me
Auto tops, llgh:i, curtains, bucIi
Ions, covqrs, nnd hoods, at Tent Fac
tory. 100 N, Front. 203
Stephen Whnyle, of I.akevlow, this
stato, Is a visitor today In tho Ilpguo
river metropolis, en roulo to Tacoma,
When hotter insurance la sold
Holmes Tho Insurance Mnn will soli
Uncle Tom Collins Is authority for
the statement that a "Pessimist Club"
hns been farmed In this city nnd will
hold dally sessions until Its purpose
shall have been accomplished. One
of tho exactions emphasized In the
oath of membership Is that ench
member shall, 011 pain of expulsion
and permanent oxllo, report that ho
has faithfully performed his duties
ouob day Including tho assassination
of at loast ono optimist until tho lat
ter clan shnll have become extinct.
Othorwlse, tho promised business re
vival In this city, Indeed, In tho en
tiro valloy will materialize vlgoiously
during tho winter months, bursting
into thu full glory of prosperity early
In tho spring. So far, since organi
sation, a quorum has novur assom
Drs. A. It. and I.oulso Hodges, chi
ropractic physicians, Stewart build
ing, 235 Kast Main Bt.
Tho big sain of trim mod anil uu
trlmmed hats will continue all this
wuuk. Valium you can't duplicate.
Thu May Co. 202
W. 11. Sherman, of (i runts Pnss, Is
making his headquarters In this oily
while ho collects and collates data
roiu'tfruliiK tht resources, of Southern
OrBOU throughout all of that district
tthliii will ooutrlhutH freight busi
ness for shlpiusnt from Croscunt City,
us soon us a wUroud shall havo been
completed from this valloy to tho har
bor nt thst point. Mr. Sherman hns
mi Imiuousoly ruoiiiTtfiil country to
draw from ami will doubtless bo able
to submit an attractive report.
110 acres llutto Creek bottom, nil
under Irrigation at a cost of twu cents
an Inch, Will grow all grains, al
falfa, oloviir, onions, eelery, sugar
beets; ono fourth mile to depot. This
la a uroiwritloii that n 111 Interest wm
If you wuuit something good nt almost
the cost of water. I'som tho owner
to you. Box III, Knglo Point
Try on. of those big lco cold 6 cent
milkshakes at Do Voo's.
The last nrrti'tlflo before lbs final
crtmumHe between the locsl footluill
wmI. and Mm Ashland team Is in
proffttaa mh U ba.ll ground this af
trnMn The titi-el 1hs dm coafl
deal at UMing alU to HMko the visl
lora kusw lt Ui'm- Ihhih In m. fight
aatwajr, wnU a llr rfcuiro U ntcr
tbe bsU at nil Mumm In lbs llthta
tiHacn. A ls' HtiMudaiMw to prm
lswd at (hi. gain tomorrow uliirnoon
on tbe lutitl ground. If thu watlur he
9bM reiialriHg NHaraaitMd at III
Sold on MoutUly
POWKU, AUTO CO.
Abner Lnwronce, of Tlllnniook,
who hns been In tho valley some daa
on business Intent, declares that, If
he had his bunch of cows In this val
ley, with 'enough fced for them dur
ing the winter mouths, he'd bo
mlghtj glad of It. He can't under
stand why anybody would care to
lnavo such a valley and climate as wo
htive unloss tho constabulary had
something definite to do with It
Uldon'n shoo repair shop moved
across street from old stand, 201
(icy. Allen, of Tulo Lake, is In tho
valley liud vicinity for 11 few days on
Mrs. Leach, Abuo-Support nnd
'turcloy surgical corset, at 32C X
Ctflof of Pollco Hltlsbn hns been
tho recipient of so itinhy complaints
nlmllt the annoyance and loss, In soma
cases, b nsldents of the city who
have chickens, in pormlttelng the lat-.
tor to run at large, that ho today
announced that no further notices
would bo given chicken owners to
comply with tho ordinance forbid
ding that practice. On the next com
plaint lie will ait officially In the en
forcement of "the city law.
Try n King Spit, cigar and en
courago homo Industry.
Lucy C, Floienco S. and Mary It.
Nlver, of llrockaway, Peuu., aro In
the city today, Interesting themselves
In obtaining Information about ltogue
river valley) and Its products.
Home mado taffy nt Do Voe's.
Tho city council met in special ses
sion yesterday to canvass tho votes
cast In tho municipal bond election
on Tuesday, No errors were found In
Do Voo buys benr bottles.
Tho budget committee of tho city
council, being unable to meet this af
ternoon will assemblo tonight to con
sider tho budget ostlmntes proparcd
by City Recorder Foss.
Butternut bread at Do Voo's.
Taylor Smith came over from the
Applegnto this morning early on n
business errand, finally having to go
to Talent to transact It,
Tho Croinwoll School of Memory
Training announces thu meeting of
their first class to bo held tonight
at 7f30 In St. Mark's Hall. Those
tntorosted aro Invited. 201
Hon, Rli Inn iiil I. Huhvin
Who will speak nt tin Page, Sunday,
Nov 21rt, at .1 p ,11 Tbli Is a nat
ional j rohlbltlon rally and will prob
ably be tho largest meeting ever hold
In .Medford 011 a, national Issue. Hob
son Is of military and political fame,
and speaks In tho Interest or human
It). Admission free
Lung Racking Cough
The force engaged In the resurvey
cf the state line between Oregon nnd
California has been compelled to
abandon its work In the Illue Lodge
district Snow thrco feet deeji wns
encountered by tho workmen nnd
progress could not be ailvantngcous
' ly made '
Ilutte Falls Wood Yard, Phono 48
sr 223; wood all kinds. 203
Prof F. C. Rolmer, of the branch
nriiorltiwull clnllnn nt Tntnnt. .inil C
0 Cciitnir, III charge of1 the county
, pathologist's office In this city, will
go to Corvnllls next veok to attend
j the state horticultural convention
which will open on tho 10th and con
tinue thrco days. A horticultural
show will bo given In connection with
, tho convention.
1 Ucss Ilryan In popular songs Page
I Sundny and Monday.
Fresh roasted peanuts at Do Voo's. I
1 John Train, of Wenntchoo, Wash., t
Is In the valley visiting with Mr. and
.Mrs. Wntklns. near Phoenix. Tho lat-1
tor Is Mr. Train's sister. 1
For watch worn mat satisfies,
Johnson the Jeweler. 220
Light showers nro a possibility to
morrow, but not probable, according
to the barometer this afternoon.
Double S. & H. Oreen stamps given
on pictures und picture framing Fri
day and Saturday at Waters. 201
Our half price pale on all millinery
nnd millinery trimmings still con
tinues. If you wnnt the very newest
and nlftlost shapes, high In fashion's
fnvor, attend this sale. The May Co.
Get Rid of Scrofula
flow? Take S.S.S.
Fifty jYeara' tse Prove S.. S. S.
yill Relieve Stubborn Cases
You have notjeed the llttlo fester
ng pimples on the face and body
iwclllng of the glands soreness In
ho legs nnd arm muscles. These are
.ho symptoms of Scrofula. You
nay havo eomo of theso flyinp
oms, possibly tho taint of Scrofula
nfcctlou. Dut In cither case, It Is a
Jangcrous condition. Your blood Is
Infected, Impure, and you can never
hope to gain perfect licnlth until the
Impurities nro washed from 'tho sys
tem. If you feel badly nil tho time,
you must cravo health. If you want
to feci renewed, spirits!, tho glow of
perfect health, bright eyes, clear
skin, tho knowledge that you nro
well, you can do ro. Cleanse your
blood by taking S. Sj S. For fifty
years It has been the Btnndard blood
purifier. It rcllavcs tho troublo by
renourlshlug the blood, renewing Its
strength, and stimulating thu flow bo
that the blood regains Its lost vltnllly, I
nnd throws off tlio poison. Even,
long.standlug cases respond. But!
you must uso S. S. S. Tuko It for nil
blood Infections. Get It nt your
druggist's today. '
If you need special advice, write
the S. S. S. Co., Atlanta, Qn.
THICK, GLOSSY HI
Sate Yoni' Hair! Douhlo its Reality
in it I'V'W Moinonth
If you care for heavy hair, that
glistens with beauty and Is radiant
with life; has an Incomparable soft
ness nnd Is fluffy and lustrous, try
Just ono application doubloa the
beauty of your hair, besides It Imme
diately dissolves every particle of
dandruff; you cannot havo nice,
heavy, healthy hair If you have dan
druff. This destructive scurf robs
the hair of its lustre, its strength
and Its very life, and If not overcome
It producuH 11 fuverlshuoMM and itching
of thu scalp; tho hair routs furnish,
loosen and die; then the hair falls
If your hair has been neglected
and is thin, faded dry, scraggy or too
oily, gut a afi-ient bottlu of Kuowi
tou's Danderluo at any drug storo
or tollut counter; apply u little ns
directed and ten mittutoH after jou
will say this was the best lines! meat
you over iiiiulo.
Wo slucerel.v hellee, re.udle - of
ever thing elsu advertised, that It jou
desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair
and lots of it- no dandruff no itch
ing scalp and no more fulling hair
Mm must use Knowiton's Daudeiiiie.
If oventually wh not now?
SPKCI L AT THE DAIRY
JONES "NEW WAY"
Of Doing Business Is Becoming Popular with the "Combine"
To tho puoplut of Medford wo make
tills offer Come to our store nnd
buy it bottle of Vlnol, If It does not
euro your chronic cough or hnng-on
cold, we will glvo your money back.
Read this convincing letter:
"For seven years I had .1 lung
racking cough which made sleep im
possible, nnd caused great distress.
I also had asthma. I was obliged !
to sit up nil night for weeks at a
time.- 1 spent a great deal of monoy
In search of relief, but failed until
1 used Vlnol, but It has acted like a
charm. I can lie down nnd sleep all
night without coughing, nnd ono
night's rest such ns I now onjoy Is
priceless. Slnco I have taken Vlnol
I havo had no cough or symptoms of
.'istlimn, and It Is a geuuluo pleasure
to testify to tho excellenco of Vlnol."
W. II. Mc.Murtrle, Station Agent, M.
& O. Ry. Co., Wllllsvillo, III.
Don't forgot tho abovo "monoy
back" offer, we mean It. For salo by
But- Jones thinks the people of Medford and vicinity are too INTELLIGENT
to NOT see the SCHEME--They will not. allow the blinds to be pulled over
their eyes that way. STICK to JONES give HIM credit for the way things
(J lbs. Best Rolled Oafs 25c
IJest ("Yen m C'lit'csp 20
0 bars Crystal White Soap 25c
Best Bulk Crackers in town, II). ...10p
3 pkgs. Soda 25
1 pk. Wheal .Flakes with premium 28c
NEW BARREL SOUR KRAUT, PER QUART 10c
1 LARGE PKG, OAT FLAKES (WITH PREMIUM) 2Sc
300 LBS. MORE OF THAT GOOD 20c, AND 25c COFFEE
Phone your order early Saturday. Come up to the store and see the
inside. Something doing. Free Delivery.
JONES' CASH GROCERY
"THE WIZARD HUSTLERS"
t Much New Merchandise Coming In Daily J
to HeeD the otock JLLver Changing
TuiMMiTni . . m im i a
Ncii lioine will gie iloiilile-imillug
slump-. ui the ix-iiliig (li.,
s.ii iti, o. m,
Tbf pui'Hi it. iimiiHl io li trKeut
from i. in l.. I .!' Our kiutk Mill
KKKliH IMitlM, 1-MKMlUf OK VAM
UIU KIMM. Mil. I UK AM.
UtTTKH MILK. R'tt (KKAM
VAKV l liOOtW. DAIHV HI TTKK,
SUNK HKrrklH. iir .r rull.
White Velvet Ice Cream Co.
NEW SILK BLOUSES, NEW SILK DRESSES, N,EW COMBINATION DRESSES, NEW CHILDREN'S
SERGE DRESSES", NEW CHILDREN'S MIDDY DRESSES, NEW JACK TAR MIDDIES, NEW
SKIRTS, NEW CHARACTER DOLLS, NEW HANDKERCHIEFS-IN FACT, MANY NEW THINGS TO
SHOW YOU, AND ALWAYS A PLEASURE TO. SHOW YOU, WHETHER BUYING OR LOOKING.
HANDSOME NEW BLOUSES
Two new .shipments of Silk Blouses
have ('ome in this week. New plaid and
Georgette crepe combinations, new
plain and stripe crepe de chine, new-Tub
Silk, all specially priced, Jjvl.45, S4.9S,
S5. 15 and ?6.1)5.
NEW JACK TAR FLANNEL MIDDIES
The .I.H-k Ta' Middies are always satisfactory; these
come in red ami navv flannel and navv blue serge,
specialh priced at . . '. $2.75 and $3.o.O
NEW SERGE DRESSES FOR GIRLS
flack Tar Serge Dresses means best quality, best
making always, a new style; these come hi. Middy
Dresses in all serge or in serge skirt and white middy
combination; also a few new numbers in Serge
Di'i'v-s s, Check Dresses and Galatea Dresses, priced
at JjU.OS, $2.-i!, $2.75, $5.00 and S6.50.
tyCose of iipcite
tyfaci' o'.uxito Synthetic Sik
io?v of Luile is something new: it is not cotton,
made to look like silk. It is the final results of man's
efforts to duplicate silk, and wonderfully well they
have done; you will like the silk and also the verv
deep elastic ribbed top on all hose of Luxite, in two
weights, black and white, pair 50p
ALL MILLINERY AT
One lot of Trimmed Hats,
values to $!i.f0 $2.9S
One lot of Trimmed Hats,
values to $8.50 $3.9S
One lot of Trimmed Hats,
values to $1(100 $5.9S
'200 Cut rimmed Shapes, val
ues to $...")(), special.. S1.9S
"E& ... i
EVERY COAT AND TAILORED SUIT IN STOCK AT A VERY SPECIAL PRIOE
$2.98 $3.9S $5.45
il.ti ime patterns and
si l.s in genuine Hcacon
Hi.tiiket Until-1 tubus, very
sm- iall priced
At $1.79, $3.49 and $4.98
Sweaters, in cardinal,
gray, green and combina
tions, Uradley make. jf-LVJO
value, at SI .79 ... '
....'.... :.. M.--
il")c Ladies' Cashmere
I2.")c Ladies' Fleeced Hose
7fc Ladies' Ctishniere
THE NEW CHARAC
TER DOLLS ARE HERE
I lose nt .IQs .
at si .79 :.,":. v: r ',(.v
One lot of Sweaters in '-, """"S wns, wile
rough-neck and '-neck. :,t ".; Sp
real values to .f.").7."i, spe- "?l,ju l u,u,l Suits, salt
euil at ;.-19
These come in the new
Dutch and Indian, Cow-
aud Cowgirl stvies.
really something new in
the doll world, and von
oq will by delighted to have
-").7." mIiuks nt
luice oi nut- cntii'ii tiwl.-
of Sweators, real values
sjUSO tt $10.0(. specuil at
sJinething new for tin
. -n r.jn i i .
..ju .-siiK niHt mi l limn
Suits at S2.9S '-"Udroii.. ...9S to $7.50
i&no New Mund Uags
t IAS Otlw?r I iDlld 29 Ui $2.25.
SPECIAL SALE OF
SPECIAL SALE OS
A-J -- in -Hi-1 liniiami.