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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1916)
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AIUDFORT) MAir, TIMMTXK, MlODFOltt), OUF(IO, FIUDAY, JfXK 0, lOlti
1 vnn tiiim the liaurnnt dato l- Arthur Hrown arrhed Thiintiltrv
Urt tlie Woathrr urow roldoi or it from KtiKHie to ilt lifs falnlh for i
T P GuRlner, of Yrcka, Cal , Is The Uuckcve dub will meet at the
attending to business tnattcru in tills public llbrarv this evening at 7 M
tJiH am Moratory, boanl of
kht1b oiiuimiara. Hi tho l
M1ss Ionln Sttyirt arrived this
rooming to vlult friends In Lake
,Wwt Cftmm Shop for flrat-claat
- kotUfc flutiltln ami kodak wppllM.-
B. B. Jtkmk Of Abordeon, Wftifc.,
W) haa boon proapectluK on too
Uttlfe 'Afipteiiato, Itft for floid Hill
llat multif .
. ITS Vba giro trading fttampa with
cvoryUtU axcept j:rocerlfl.
fttobart It. Italrd of Denvar la
ponding a fpw day In Madford.
tlet four milk, eraatti, butler, ogga
nnd IfUllariHllk at I)t Voa'a. .
Mr. and Mm. if. U. Hftllms of
Italia, are vlaltlnx In thla city.
TjTiowritor papar ot all kinds at
Modrord Prlntlnfr Co.
ltoto raiidala ara culling roao btiah
ot' And dootrftyliiR tka troao In the
imrklnju. At on nlac roae llniba
HlrW feat In IftngUi wer cut and
loft dn th lawiu Oiib atom hnld
Hgfii biidi, Poonlo who 011 flowora
itato lliwjr will gfvH roaaa to tlioao
lit) deal re them, but object to the de
Htruotlnn ot the buahai.
Tho world's grentoat companies.
Ilolirioa. The Inauranoa Man.
il'oitmaatar Italtth Woodford ro
tuniod Wedneadajr avenlua: from a
trip Uirotixfh northern Oregon eltlea.
Try a King Spit, olaar and on
oourago homo Indnatrv. tf
AIlM Nell I Storey, who haa been
tdauklHK at Agate, la spending the
MirAinor at I Grand.
1'ontHMe aUmi at Io Vow.
Wri. l.onla llennatt, formerly of
thla ell)', wrltea that Hand la aa live
ly na .Medford In 110. Houaea ara
holntr rtiahtHl to completion, but the
mipply dooa not mfual the demand.
Uailw, lic. Dotal Holland.
Mr. and Mra. W. Hyora, of Kan
ana Olty, arriTod Thwraday evening
and will Itay in thla city for a few
800 Dhvo Wooda nlhowt that fire In
mininoo policy. Offios Mall Tribune
Tito IT. g. Civil Service poinmlaalon
nunoltnooe th nn olevator conductor
(txnmiuHtlon will bo held at M ml ford,
Orogou, on July 1, 11, to fill n va
onnoy In tho poultlnn of elevator con
ductor, J (500 per anunui, In the cuato
dlan tervlop. faderal bntldliiK, Med
fortl, Ore. Age limits are SO to 110
yaftra. Application blank and further
Information may bo obtained from
Or., poatoftlee, or fioiu the aarre
Ulry. lovtnln elrll earrloe dlnlrlrt.
tit Poot Office llulldlng. Hoattle.
mnoka a Xing Plt cigar, 6c.
Thoy ara )m-made. tf
Fullou Smith, who waa eonvlrtod
roftwtly for nonaupport of a child
Iwirn out of wadlock, and waa to be
MHtattawl 'Wmlneaday, haa dlaap
ptwrad. Ilia ball ot tit0 la declared
rorftllad and the police or the neigh
boring atalea ara on the lookout for
ltlm. Whan apprehended hia aentence
will ba lucraaaa! for thla act.
Ha Vm buy a bear bottlea.
Mr. d Mra. J. II. IMuham, of
Walt Walla, lert for Ragle Point to
day. Mr. Dhthant la In the horao buy
OaAaa aotla ford care, 200 down
khM IIS a wauth.
J. A. farthing, of Stockton, paaa
ad tferoagli with Hta family today In
an OAktaad oar on hla way to Walla
Wait. They will return to Caltfor-
Hlt ky eaatarn Oragon, auondlng aev
fMl waoka In Bend.
gaUtrmltk Ic quart at I Voaa.
THe Qrliiltaa will climb Aahland
pak M June lata They will leave
344tor atrday, Juae 17, at I aad
GUM af Uonga cabin. The peak h
fill rtt In height. Aahland peak
la H m1n aonth of Aahland. The
Jouraey will bo more than 63 mile
for the round trip.
ttt e radkahakae at Da Voe'e
About S cara will go to Aahland
t take in the pageant, 'The Heart of
th World," at the Aahland park to-
Vttr reat. t-room furnlahed houaa
0. A. DoVoo.
Mra. Lelmaator rfleo llrowa o(
Otbl MalMt la In Medford for a
frw daya before ahe laaraa for Crea
eant City, where ah will apend the
UnlUrwtlk 10c gal. at Pa Voaa.
Ooo. Oatee who hat bean attend
ing tha uulviiTilly returned Thwrada
Dr. Klebgaaaner will bo at Hotel
efnsli every Wednesday. Iloura for
eonaultallOM Iv to s.
St. 9. ttbgwr aa arreeted thla morn
tag lor paddling gee atove attacb
mMla without a Ibeitae and waa flu
Wbippfng cream at DaVoa'a.
M. B. Miliar, of Twohy l) rot him
amoaoy. arrived In the ity una
gfornlng, accompanied by bin mothtr.
lirb. M. W. Millar, who tll vi.it
feare for aevaral daya. Mr MtlU-r
Bffa that Judge Twohy aad ou.
ItaJgrt. ara at Billing. Mont . at thU
tiin-tut thai tbey ara eaimted to
rrif Ui Portland within n few daya.
vtUv ""' ('our'r'
The weather la fine and the roada
grand, ao don't forget to attend the
pavllllan dance at Oold Hill Satur
day night. Pifat claea mnale and i.
royal good time.
It. It. Turner, receiver of the local
I'nlted State land office,. left here
on train No. IS met evening for St.
Lonla and other eaatern and outhnrii
atalea, where he will apeud aevoral
wawka. Ilofora returning home he
will attend the democratic national
convantlrin. Ha Is a delegate from
thla dlatrict and la pledged to nip
port Woodrow Wlleott NoRehurg
Ir. K It. Soeley will retnrn from
Portland Bbturday. He h attending
a clinic or aurgwona today.
Jamea Vance will arrive Sundav
mtrnlng He hca hoen attending tl e
unlveralty at Kugeim.
The railroad to tho Hluo Lotlgo la
Medford'a opportunity. Itemombor
an opportunity knocka one at every
man'a door. Iluttor be at homo whon
the lady calla. Phone XIR, Iliittor
flold'a Grocery. 00
.Mr. and .Mra. A. V. Walker aro
In Portland thla week. Thoy will re
Him Sunday In a new Chalmar.
A. I). Itlffee of .Yew Orleans la t
buBlueaa visitor In Modfon'
Mra. IC. It. Seelcy, who haa boon
pending a few daya In Portland vis
iting witli eaatorn Oregon frlenda ro
turned thla morning to attend the
pageant at Aahland. She la one of
the cast. ,
(Mra. Tad Furry of Phoenix waa
hopping In Med ford Thnrailay.
It. B. Caranaugli of ltdgewood,
Calif., la apendlng a few days in thla
Hold Ultra baseball team waa de
feated Sunday by Ulendale, the score
being tl to 6. The game waa loat by
a dropped throw to the plate, allow
ing fllendale to wore alx tallies
Caster of .Mmlford pitched for UolJ
Hill, but hurt his arm while wanning
up. At that ha nearly won his Katne
by hard hitting, getting five hits In
five tlmea at bat. He allowed nine
lilts, while Oold Hill gathered
K. IC. Nichols of Portland and O
M. (llllmnk of Mlasoulii, Moijl., are
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
llrowu. They will locate hero.
fl'lio railroad to tho Hluo Lodge Is
Medrord's opportunity. Itoniemlipr
an opportunity knocks once at every
man's door, (letter be at homo when
the Indy calls. Phone 216, Hotter
field's (Irocery. 6,l
Mrs M 1'rlsch of Santa llarbara U
visllliiK In Midford.
few das clt thla wopK
The Holller eight made Its first ' Jamos Henderson, of Kukoiio, is
apeparauce In Medfortl Friday morn
ing. The ear Is owned by V. It.
Kucker, of Bdgewood, Calif , who
drove It from there to this city. He
will apend a few weeks in thla valley.
among tho out of town visitors in the
city thla wook.
M. A. itadnr has growing in his
back ynrd a thoriiless roue, one of
the plant creations of Luther Bur
The car is the lowest geared eight on Jmnk. It has a largo rod blossom,
and In very fragrant.
George Wheeler, of Ounsmulr, Cal
ifornia, is visiting friends and rolu
tlvos in this city this woek.
John Harklns, of Grants Pass,
spent Thursday in this city visiting
friends nnd relative. i
C V. Nutting and wlfo of Grants
the market, can start on high and
throttle to one-half mllo per hour
and A maximum of 00 miles. Prom
J to 18 mile ran ha made on a gal
lon of gaa and lino miles on a gallon
i. H. Patterson and Udw. Sou iter
returned Thursday evening from a
three weeks business trip thru the'Paas spent Thursday afternoon In
m U tho Tliiii to (.'! Kid of TIiim
There's no longer the slightest
need of feeling ashamed or your
freckles, as tho prescription othlne
doable strength Is guaranteed to
remove tkea homely spots.
Simply get an uunre of othlue -doublo
strength from any druggist
aud apply a little of It night and
morning and you should soon see
that even the worst freckles have
begun to dlaappear, while the light
er ones have vanished entirely. It
la seldom that mora than on ounce
la needed to completely clear the
akin and gal na beautiful clear com
plexion tie surp to bhK for the double
strength othlue aa tliU Is Hold under
guarantuf of iiioiicn liaK if It failM
to ri'iMow fn kl'-
Sacramento valley. Mr. Patterson
reports that there la au overwhelm
ing sentiment In that Motion for Wil
son for president, and that he waa
surprised at the unanmlty of farm
ers and stockmen for tlte democratic
W. It. Brewer, editor of tho Hogue
Hirer Argus, Is spending tho day in
Medford attending to business mat
ters. Martin' Uoddy, who haa heou ill for
a couple of years, Is now Improving
rapidly, and la able to bo down town
every day. '
Mrs. Phylo Keith, who has been
visiting tho family of II. I). Mcllrldo
In this city for the Inst Ofght months
left Thnrailay for her homo In Sou
James Ingalls, of Corvallls, Is
among the out of town visitors In tho
city this week. i
J. II. rarleton, of Central Point,
spent Friday In Medford attending
to business mattora.
The Sunset Magazine for Juno con
tains pictures of Crater Lake In an
article untitled "Our National Parke
A Seven Heel vPature," also an
article upon Will G. Steel, superin
tendent of tho park.
Don Itader, or thla city, who Is a
member or the Voruon team or the
Coast league. Is now ujaylug second
base for that loam, tho rogulnr hold
er of the keystone being off color In
Medford an route to I.os Angeles,
where they will visit friends.
W. C. Larned and It. U. Hoke, of
tho Koguo Illver Valloy Cannery, ro
turnod Thursday evening from n four
days trip to Klamuth county.
Thursday afternoon tho roach polo
or a wngon, belonging to n fartnor
broke on Main street, causing a mix
up. Tho farmer tied his toum to an
electric light post, while shopping.
Tho horson wore guntlo and did not
try to run away.
(Joorgo Launspach, of JnckHonvllle,
spont Thursday In Medford on busi
W. L. Pnrritt. of Alnmeda, Cal.,
Is amtftig tho out of town visitors In
tho city this weok.
Charles Kvans or Tonnpah, Nov.,
Is spending a few daya in tho city
nnd vn Hoy Inspecting mining condi
tions. iPraotionlly every Idlo man In tho
city Is at work due to orchard nnd
farm nativity, the nrchardlsts being
busy spraying and thinning nnd tho
farmers cutting hay. Tho wage la
from 1 1.75 to t por day. All or tho
Idle teams In the olty, and many
from the county aro at work on the
resurfacing or tho Jacksonville road.
Prank Dybeo or Jacksonville spent
I'rlday morning In .Medford attending
Itogor H. Ilounett is visiting frlonds
and rolntlvos and attending tho roue
show in Portland this wook.
sharp. All members should attend
A. J. Hill, general manager of the
Wtarreu Construction eompany, re
turned to Portland Thursday after
visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J
Wood and steol filing systems for
every purpose. We help you start
tho proper system. Medford Liook ,
Prank Melone of Portland, is vis
iting with frlonds on Little Apple-,
gate. . '
CL. II. Hoborts, of Seattle, motored
through today on his way to San
The now Autographic Urownlc Ko
daks. Now models aro wonder
Medford Hook Store.
(Miss Ueselo Hosolyn of Abordeen
Is visiting In Medford today. '
II. II. Corliss and son of Phoenix
aro In Medford today.
Mis. T. K. McAllister of Kagle
Point returned from Portland today
Mrs. James II. Gordon of Little
Shnsta atopped over today to visit
friends. She will go on to Portland
to poo tho fosfivnl.
Jlownrd Ixickwood Star theater
L. T, Moorohouso of Santa Kosn,
n hop doalor of that district, is look
ing ovor tho valley In regards to tho ,
growing of hops horo. Ho spent sev-,
ornl weeks In the WIHametto valloy. '
Goo. McGtiln or Kelso, Washing-
ton, arrived today to spond tho hiiiii-
Piro ChloT Lnwton nnd daughter ,
who left Thursday on a horseback
trip to Klamath llls woro rorccd to ,
turn buck, on account or eight fcot or ,
snow between Pish Lake and Pour
Mllo lako. j
Harold Lock wood Star theater
The pageant at Ashland will be be
gun at S o'clock. Cars leave Mid
lord at 7 p. in.
PICTURE PLAYS designed to expel dull care, tempered
with entrancing music.
NOW PLAYING ?8Sorr6w
Filled Willi CONTINUOUS FUN and GOOD HUMOR.
, , ... o, at his happiest in the fast mov-
MetropOlltan Mar jngi clever comedy drama
TOO IjATK TO UIiAKHIKY.
WIANTKD ICxperloncod thinner nt
Goo. Marshall Orchard, South Oak
dale. Phono UG-J. 70
ion of I'roleuK.mnker of tin- '17 variclie-,
to win In sweetheart nnd half hia flHlieHa Am tune, mu-t
ret liis picture on the front pnge. TIip oxeitiiur nden
tuies ot this genial persoiinliill'liis futlier's fortune, mu-t
-luism id mirth.
"Better Late Than Never"
oiir rLi am eiird
No. toiiiurrnw inIit
COOL COMFORTABLE-WELL VENTILATED-
G CROWDS ATT
$ And why shouldn't they? Satisfied customers have advertised
:'; it from the start. The bargains now are even greater than at k
the beginning as many lines have been further cut from time
X to time. Many lines are cut to one-hair price and less.
Co night Only
THE LURE of
miiKieriili 1 1 rui urliiK !!! sir
JANK II. SOS .10,1 II MtOl ll I.ik K
Oh! Oh! Oh! HENRY!
A uuliut two rrel ruined).
i'OMINU- Kanuy Word lu Tim
u.Me Purduer," TOMOHKOW.
John llarrnioro 8uuU ami Dan
nl. the Yodltr tin peroon.)
Monday (iernldue Karrar in
Three guaranteed altrailtoiis ll
vorth tit'e the udiikikalou
IdHlics' 2T)t Armor I 'Into Hohp, in blnck,
hpvpihI wt'ihtg 1.9
LiulicH' HOc Armor IMtiit IIono. tloop ribhi'd
tup : 29;
UuHpk' 7.V Armor Plnio Silk Usle Hosp
l-ntlii-K' Jjei.-JS ntul $1.B0 Armor Plato Silk
lloru Ian itntl hlnck SJ)
Niagara Maid 2-Butltm Doublo Tippod Silk
Glovos, all colors 4i
Niaxm-Ji Maul 2-Button Silk Glovos, $1.00
Niagara Maid Long Silk Glovos, S9, 9S
Dolls and Parasols
Sac Clinmcti'i- Dulls 23
7Sf Oluimclpr Dulls 4Zp f
$1.25 nnd $1.50 flutmplci- and TJiilfh Dulls, V
lllso C'uwlxiy Dulls , 9S( V
PARASOLS PARASOLS PARASOLS
All 1'iiiiisuls Hi liijt liHi'Kiiim. 70 tu J .SO
Miislin XJntlerwiMtr at Blirgain Prices.
Aluldios. vcs. .lack Tar Middies everv um
ill special pfiiw !)S, ?1.X0 and $1.-19
Iiiiiiieusi' liaixains in Shirtwaihts, full ta
llies, at . . OS', SI .98, S2.0S, SS.OS
Vals. to $30
$5 and $6
Trim'd Hats t
TWO TRIPS DAILY
8 It llltlll-llH Mil tO It III lluvu'
Kle Point at (i A M nod 1 P M
doll, t'Xn'pt SiimU) . leave Medford
HAM and ,s P. M Will cull for
PMaeniiera at hutuli lu Medford and
botel aud tiuninou aouaoe to Kugle
I'i'i'y (lay your chaiU'i'S
art- less in getting oxactly
wlmt ou want, but the
xtni'k is ivmarkably com
l lt as yt'l. Sonic now
lint's bat' itmo in that
wore nrdorvd oarly which
arc added to this sale.
Remember all high grade Suits, including Taffetas, Gros
de Londre and all wool suits, vals. to $47.50, now $19.98
Think of it being able to choose from this showing of
Silk Dresses, beautiful dressy models, values up to $40,
All Millinery at tremendous bargains
This is an opiortimity
that hasn't presented it
self to you for a long time,
t be able to pick fiim
such a stock as this at such
remarkable prices, and
then on a rising market,
but aro it must.
phonic a..a ott a-.xu.
X The Daylight Store
fr v y f
On the Corner as You
Go to the New Postoffice