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MEDFORD MATTj TRIBUNE. MEDFORD, OREflON, TTTTRSDAY, NOVFMRER IP. iniS
'Tin Home Market club"' i- hK.'ly
In be llio nnnip op mi iiiiportitut local
orgnnizntlon to bo effected in this
city in the nenr future. Tlio imiue
dinlo importance of mi iwocintinn
of business men and women and buy
ers of staples in everyday life is ree
nvuized by tlioso who propose to en
conritiri) loyally to liome production
of those things nnd to the idea that
they should help to erente and main
tain a local ninikut for sueh com
modities as we can produce in thin
valley as raw materinls to bo man
ufactured into tho finished article of
commerce. This organization will
concern itself not only with the home
market for such poods, but also with
the quality of tho finished product.
If any of thop articles of com
merce which we manufacture at home
arc not Al in quality it will be the
business of the organization to dis
cuss tho matter with tho manufac
turer and insist that' his poods must
pqiinl in quality that of n like prod
uct shipped in and placed in retail
competition with it. This will be
done in the interest of the local man
ufacturer as well as in thai of those
who naturally would be expected to
help in the work of encnurnpim; the
consumption of his output. Compe
tition enn in no more effect ic way
be met bv home production than in
the matter of putting out n first
quality article against (hat which is
There is no lcjilininle excuse for
imttfug out uu infeiior aitiele m any
of the lines of goods now lnanufno
t ii red here. Our raw materinls are
jiar excellence itself, in grains, ejje
tables, fruits, cream and iiientW. Fro in
any of them may be manufactured
the finished product of equal excel
lence. In other words, such nn organiza
tion will have much to do with raisin;;
the standards of local production in
even- line worth the work of devel
opment and the cost o harvest.
Local and Personal
A. II. Sunilerninn, a prnctlcal farm
er, fruit 1st and stockninn, of the Wil
lamette valley, arrived In Med ford
this morning and will enjoy a busl
HW.s pojourn hero of Indefinite length:
Yhen Mr. Sundermnn nw Medford
tho last time, several years ago, tho
city was embryonic, chaotic and a llt
t lj Quixotic lu Home rospocts, but ho
realizes that a good many hustling,
onterprlnlng people have been quite
busy hero ami In this vicinity since
that time. Ho xx ill probably find In
ducement to renin I n, for he has a gon
nine respect for our natural advan
tages over many sections of the coast
in which he has douo business for a
number of years.
flloucoster and Alaskn honoless
Cod Fish, llurnham & Merrill's Fish
1'lakes. Schleffelln'fl Grocery.
Mrs. M. NusHhaum of Lake Creole
was a Medford visitor Thursday,
Carpenters are' nt work In making
renovations and Innovations In the
Interior of the Union Meat company's
warehouse In this city. Increaso of
business requires Improved facilities
for handling it.
Order your turkey early for
Thanksgiving. It. K. Pierce, Medford
Hook Store. 211
John Swanson, of nenRle, was
transacting business In Medford
You can now get fresh pickled pigs
feet for 10c n pound at tho Fish
Nominations mado by tho local
lodge of Odd Fellows Monday even
ing will he votod on at tho regular
election session tho first Monday In
Try one of those big Ico cold 5 cent
milkshakes nt Do Voe's.
Lyman Orton of KnglG Point Is
spondlng n fow days In Medford.
Do Voo delivers tho Orcgonlan to
you every day for 75c a month.
Treve H. LuniBden, assistant cash
ier of the Farmers and Fruitgrowers
bank of this city, will go to I.ugeno
with tho local delegation of fans to
morrow evening to witness tho big
110 acres Ilulto Creek bottom, all
tinder Irrigation nt a cost of ten cents
an Inch. Will grow all grains, al
falfa, clover, onions, celery, sugar
beets; one fourth mllo to dopot, This
Is a proposition that will Interest you
If you want something good nt almost
the cost of water. Froru tho owner
to you. Hox 111, ..agio Point.
A. C. Allen, horticultural coiumls
nlonnr for this district, who Is now
attending tho horticultural conven
tion at Corvallls, wlrod Instructions
to F. II. Heckwlth of this city, to
notify all grocers not to accept fu
ture shipments of grape fruit from
Florida In n diseased condition; that
such shipments would ho destroyed.
Tho scale on tho small lot shipped In
Tuesday wns dead when tho fruit
reached Medford, but nil such fruit
In future will bo destroyed, no mat
ter what tho physical condition of tho
scalo on Its arrival.
Tho PresbyttflaTTiTa'dtcs will hold
a Itummago Sale at 32 S. Central,
Thursdny and Friday, Nov. 19-20.
Those having donations please leavo
at chapel or phono CoD-.I nnd It will
be called for. 20C
C. K. Ward, a business man of Los
Angeles, Is a Medford visitor today.
Special low prices on all pipes at
the Medford Cigar Store. 21 1
Phil A. Serwe, of Seattle, Is doing
business In Medford today.
Magazine subscriptions nt tho Med
ford Cigar store. Lowest rates. 211
F. J. Frankon, n prominent resi
dent of Pnsndonn, Cnllfomla, Is "see
ing Medford" today. ..
Llggott & Myes premium depot nt
the Medford Cigar Store. 211
Knlo Hurst, a business man of Port
land, Is a business visitor In tho
Itoguo river valley metropolis today.
Ilrlug thoso old nu.KnzInes and pe
riodicals to tho Mall Trlbuno for
Kncaiiipincnt No. .10 made Its nom
inations on Wednesday evening nnd
will elect officers on the evening of
tno rirst xvecinoRiiay in ueconiuer.
Ilcatitlfiil lino of engraved nnd Il
luminated personnl Xmns Cards, with
envelopes to match. Seo tho lino nt
tho Medford Printing Co
.lames li. Hansen, nf the Hunker
Hill orchards, left yesterday evening
for a two week's visit In San Fran
cisco, Including the falrt
SAI.F.M, Or., Nov. 18. Whether a
compromise will be reached between
the stale and tho Southern 1'acifn
H:ilroad company ns to the disposi
tion of the lands embraced in the
Oregon & California railroad land
grant seemed dependent on two con
ditions when the stnte conference
commit lee, which convened here to-
day with .Southern Pacific oftieials,
recessed at noon after n brief dis
iMission of n plan presented by Gov
ernor .Inmcs Withyconibo.
Members of the committee snid tho
conditions were whether the commit
tee itself could agiee, nnd whether
the Southern Pacific would accept
The iniiin provisions of the gover
nor's plan were
Th.it the hinds be classified and
the limber sold nt its maiket value,
nnd th'i flgrirtultural lands sold at i
conservative figerc to seUlers. Thnl
tho railroad be paid its equity of
.f'ifiO per nere, and the surplus de
rived from the sale of land nnd tim
ber be divided between the railtoad
company nnd the state on n percent
aye basis to be determined upon.
"I lmve no patience with Ibis $2.;"i0
an acre proposition," snid (lovcrnor
Withyeoinlie. referring to the sugges
tion that the railroad receive only
this amount, which win the price that
the grant stipulated the railroad was
to receive from settlers. "Xeither do
I think that the government has any
claim to nn c.piily in this land. Tho
development of Ihe state bv its jmmi
plo has caused the laud values to
iifcrcase, and I think the equities in
their are in the railroad company and
ju the sn(i.."
NORWEGIAN STEAMER SUNK
BY MINE; FIVE OF CREW LOST
AMSTT.ItnAM. Xiiv.M8. -According
to newspaper reports, the Nor
wegian steamer rtriken, of l."l."
tons, from New York for Rotterdam,
has been sunk with the loss of l'ie
members of bur crew.
The steamship (ilemore, on nriniii'
nt Kotterdani from New Yoik, re
ported the I'trikeu struck a mine near
Hert Lowry, foremnn of tho Hear
Crock oiciinrds, is df'ng business In
tho city todny.
Karl Itcynoldn of the Medford taxi
escorted a p.irty of hoiuoseokrirs over
tho vnllev today In their examination
of a nuuibor of properties. A location
near Talout will probably bo soled
ed. If. U Trwln, a prominent orchnrdlst
of tho Kden valley district, Is trans
acting business In tho city today.
Peter Hoptormnu, of Holso, Idaho,
who has been visiting In Medford,
Cold Hill and other points In tho
valley during tho past month', will
return to Holso tomorrow. If ho can
dispose of certain properties there to
advantage at this time of the year,
he Hill return to this vulley at once
and prepare to put In a crop for the
next season's hnrveM.
Meet a Winner!
PIEDMONTS promise you the same cool,
mellow taste that they're giving thousands
Rj of other men.
Mr. Smoker PIEDMONTS! Go to 'cm!
W3 5.t(CufjivfVU Jotfztczo Ca.
rJ: Xy k' k.j?Y .w-rjn3
11' LG U M v ' ' rtVSrili-
P Sense Punch to the Coupon, too!
vKi psk Hi
Alco $& &' M
Packed VvVX ll
20 S M
Fur wuitiinn ditbci ub n Icnipoonful of
Gold Duit to full dithpan of hut water.
Follow the tlmple direction! on every pack
age of Gold Duit.
For washing dishes
This is one of the uses in which Gold
Dust is supreme.
But remember that its use is not to ho
limited to washing dishes.
' And it docs not scratch or mar.
In the truest sense Go!J Dust really
works for you.
It penetrates corners that can not be
Gold Dust cleans, brightens and bcauli- reached with fingcr3 or wash cloths and
fics everything in the house.
It is safe, quick, and sure.
Millions of women havo
learned that it is the one wash
ing and cleaning powder for
nil cleansing and purifying
It cleans floors, linoleum,
kitchen utensils, bathtubs and
bathroom fixtures, windows,
fine woodwork, silver, plated, copper and
nickeled and enameled ware ,
For washing dishes ute
a tcaspoonful of Gold
Dust to a full dtthpan
of hot wnter.
Millioni of women have dis
covered how much the work
of diihwathlng may be lett
ened and made eaiy by the
uie of Gold Duit.
takes out dirt and grease. In
addition to its activity as a
cleaning powder, Gold Dust
acts as a disinfectant.
It makes everything clean
and pure. Gold Dust is the
only cleaner you need. Its
popularity is universal.
It is inexpensive and indispensable.
"Let the Gold Dust Twins do your
Five-cent and larger packages sold everywhere
EEIZSZ FA I R B A N K25S5D
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lit' Jilff ' ' Ml
lllllllill jiI milffm"ll! rflmllfflffminfrimnl
Stop at the Fine New
r.O Tl'IlK BTItlir.T
CKXTKIt OI-' IlirsiMlSS
AND TllliATHK DISTItUri'
ROOMS $1 PER DAY AND UP
rrlruto Ijivntirjr to livery lloom
Itooiiw With Piivnto Itntbs and SI low
ers Slnulo nnd I.'n Kulto
Ft n r D 0n arrival in tho city take
1 e e I) U S UNIVERSAL BUS direct
to Hotel Brayton at our expense.
Thursday, November 25, 1915,
7?ound-tnp Ih-kofs will bo on sale at reduced rates on
November -I and 25 between all Southern Paeifio
.stations in Oregon. Wet urn limit Monday, Novem
ber 20th. .Also between Oregon and California
Here is an Opportunity
to visit your frignds for a week end. A fat roast tur
key and nuinkiu pie awaits you.
InforiiiaUun to ratiw, olr , run Iih ooImIiumI from MMrMl Ht
JiiIiii M. Scott, (icnnul r.uvnci' K'nt, 1'orll.iiul, OitK".
Why Do the Crowds Go
Shvoil by lotting mo ilo yo'nr worJc.
Wntcliufl and Clorkn elennnd 11.00.
Main HprliiKH $1.00. AKnto (IrlndliiR
:i0e and up. Ulimond HcttliiK. All
kinds of .lewolry rnpalrliiK- Hpoclal
cut on flnlHbod ngutoH. HarnalnB In
wntcboH. I will navo yon money on
nil work. Kvorytblnc Rii.tranti'cil sat
iRfactory. Clocks culled for and d
llvurcd any iilaco In ibc city.
1'AV U. DIAMOVI),
121 K. Main .St. Phono 878-Ij
I bnvo ono or tho rinr-.st outlayltif;
ntock rancliOA In tho county. Kour
hundred acres noarly nil of It Is ag
ricultural land, and halt of It Irri
gated. Kino Improvements, well out
In tho frco outrniiKO. About 3G000
worth of porsonnl property goes with
It. Price $22,000, and a great buy nt
Flno little place close to pavement
In Grants Pans, six acres, no mo al
falfa, and soiiio fruit. Would trada
clear for .Medford property,
C. D. HOON
Itoom 10, Juckkon County lUuik lUd.
The Big Gam
Tiflcdlly tested and" glasses Bnp
plled. Oculist and Aurlst for S P.
It. It. Co. Offices M. V. & H. Co.
bldg., opposite P. O. Phono GG7.
Oil. It. W. CLANCY PhyBlclan nnd
surgeon Phones, offlco 30, rest
donco 724-J. Offlco hours, 10 to
12, 2 to n.
Dlt. S. A. I.OCICWOOO
nit. MYHTLB 8. I.OCKWOOO
Physicians and surgeons. Offlc
300-310-311. M. l- & II. bldg.
. I'liones. rcjsIdenca.ai.4-J2. pfilcA
Saturday, Nov. 20
U. of 0. vs. 0. A. C.
Tho football game this year between IT, of O. und O. A. C.
will bo bitterly contested. Oregon won from the strong U. of
H. Cnl, team 34 to 0 wbilo tho Oregon Aggies defeuted tho Mich
igan Angles 21 to 0. Those two teams runk with the best in tho
United Stntos. Tho winning of this gamo nt Kugeno on Nov.
80th by either teum more thnn n championship. It will be worth
your while to Beo it. Trick pluys. forward passes, will keep tho
tiliectutors tonso from tho bturt of tho gumo to tho final blow of
Low Round Trip Fares
will be on snlo at all Southern Pacific stations north or Ashland
Nov. 10-20. Ituturnlux limit or Nov. 22, 1016.
further Information us (o tickets, etc.. from local agents,
John M. ricott, (lenernl PuWsoner Agout, Portland, Oregon,
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