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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1916)
MICDFOKP M1L TKTBrNF,, AfHDFORD, OHIXJONT. S Tn?T)VY. ,TTTXE 10, '1010
FAIL 10 AROUSE
'JWdyphobia mntiifpfcd i(-t!f lo
onlly, but not in ns wild h fonn ns
four yoars ngo, when every other
voter vm rondy to do buttle nt Ann
iis;ol1ou and tuned to sin on short
notice, "Onward, Christian Soldier."
Whon tho word enmo from ( tnongo
thin morning that Tho Horo had boon
nominated by acclamation by Hull
Muoso 7onlots, not n dovoteo of the
IIoupu of lloosohollcrn graticulnterf
out of the ordinary or mode motions
jndicutinK tmcontrollnblo joy.
Jfo loss n distinguished votnry of
the colonel thnn Attorney I'rud Menre
Announced (tint he would mipporl
JuHtico HukIioh, thus rffuetunlly
cooking nny ohnnco the Oyter liny
lilj;li.cocknlorum might hnvo. Attor
ney Monra wns ono of tho pillnrs of
tho progressive party initio Inst onin
jmigii mid bin renunciation uf the
i'liilh comem no u surprise.
Tho imnounoomont that Justice
llughos had received the republican
nomination wn received by (1. 0. I'.
followers in tho Hiilno silonpo that
London rcooivos nows of a (lunii'in
victory on the Hen. It' thero riM any
interior joy thorn wan no exterior
manifestation. Tho Juckson county
central oomnmieo wm proimuiv in
donin the action of tho nntionul com
mitteo nt their next meeting.
Soma WHinpum vns bet upon the
icMitltfc, but not enough to Iihvk n
uppreciahlo effect upon next work's
Local and Personal
J. K. Howard, of (ilondalo, visited
Friday In Moilford, en roulo to his
homo from Now York, whoro hn at
tondod tho general nssomhly of tho
I'roflh) torlan auurch. While In tho
onst Mr. Howard was nominated for
Joint ropntiontallvo by tho domocratu
of Jackion and Douglas counties.
A cunranlued comedy plcturo at
tho Star thoator tonli;lit.
Miss llornlco I'olloy, aecomiiaulod
lior aunt, Mrs. John llolaud to Wood,
whoro hIio will upend tho summer.
Mr, Iloland ban been visiting bur
sUtur, Mrs. A. II. l'olley, of South
Oraimo stroot, thU city.
Mlas Itllzaboth and Kllon Ilonrlck
non, who Iiavh bsou visiting with
Misses I'loronso and Alice Johnnon,
raturuod home this morning to San
Ilannlo, tho Kill ml yotllnr, at Star
thwttar Sunday and Monday even
lnR. 'Mr. Dodge loft for KlKiuntb 1'nlls
today to visit with frlonds.
(loo. T. HiiMoy, of roeatello, left
for California last night. Ho In go
ing to cngago In farming In tho Incra
G. 0. Klllot, or 81. Anthony, Idaho,
sho ban boon visiting rrleuds in Mod
ford loft for OranU I'um last o un
Fow ribbon manufacturers bavo
ben nbl to Maintain quality. The
Kon Lox are the same flue, durable,
bright colors. Mndfard Hflflk fltore.
Mr. and Mm. X. K. Walker arrival
from Klamath Palls Friday. They
lll step of or Ih Medford for a few
MoHt llawaker, of Klamath Falls,
U In Medford tm buaiHtwa.
JaiaaH Menree of Hernbrmtk, r
rlvotl Saturday mernliiK to fish an
HoKue river until uiluy.
Tho Madtard ball tam waeta
Dranta raaa tawarrew.
Tha dcatal laeukay, a groat
aouroo of fuH and taaobaa arltuuiiMlr.
Mad ford Ittk Stont.
1. H. Jppaou, of Moora, Idaho,
who la an aldar lu tha Mar www churck
and whs baa boen doing ntlialonary
work In tbia ralley. loft for OranU
l'naa laat evantng to eontlnuo kta
Joka II. Gray, of Xew York, la
rafftatorwt at tha Hotel Madford
O. haabo, of Lo Angalea. arrived
I'rlday on a abort bualuaaa trip
Mr. autf Mra. J. P. Qatar or S.it
tit), are apOMiliMg today in Mtdfoul
Mr. and Mra. John Hiavluu. of
Saattla, aro touring tko vall.
Mr. and Mra. C. A. VillUm oi
ICont. Waab., art vlalt lag Medfout
'Maria II. 1'ayna. of Roaaburg, is
on bnalnaas In tbla ally today.
C. . galea, or UouUvllla. Ky , ar
i1va Friday to look ovar tbe al
loy. (Mlaa Tboona Carkln lll roudnt
eluaaas In slitk. aavantb. alshth an,i
nlHlk grados at tba Rooaavflt ii.'
for an atgbt waalc tarn, forou n
only. Phonal! -X. '
W. O. Lusto. of Ioa Angalek m
this eltv far a rvw daya
Tho MtNtfonl 1 4(11 Mam will elili.r
A number of Medford young people
will ko to Ashland tomorrow for an
rrho Moose glvo tbalr Saturday
night danco nt their lodge hall to
nlRht. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Qloason of Hose,
burg stopped ovor this wook to visit
with Mr. and Mrs. 1'rod T. Hyatt
They are on their way to Alhambra,
Calif Mr. a lesson was nnnuod with
the city and will return. He is a
retired Itimbor man.
fllttgo Meyor, of Ilarborton, Orogon,
Is vIsltlitK In Medford.
Joseph Llndloy Utirka, of Louts,
Orogon, arrlvod this moruiUK to stay
ovor until Sunday when ho goes to
Wood to play ball for that toam.
Mlaa Hose K. Lister, of Uend, Is
visiting In Medford with her parents.
OoorKo Cafroo, or Vnll, is In this
city for a. two woeks' vacation. Ho
will go on a hunting trip for timber
Lauronce Tidwoll, of Sslom. loft
for tils homo this afternoon. Ho has
boon Hpondliu; n trampliiK vacation
vlsltinc Jouoplilno cnvoi, and also
climbing sot oral mountains of the BIs
klyous. 31 r. and Mrs. W. A. Shaw, or
Yroka, aro visiting frloiuln In Mod
ford for u fo wda)s.
'A. I), Hammond was unable to In
onto (loorgo Iloonu, who was charged
by bis daughter with assault.
Cyril I'. Wlso, or (IranU Pass, Is
in this city on businoas.
J. II. Cnilg, or Tort Jouos, Calif.,
Is roglstorod nt tho Nash.
Tho crook bed washing In Jackson
vlllo Is returning on average of f2
Howard Kramo, of Ashland, Is vis
Itlng Mod ford frlonils today.
P. W. Churchill, of Yreka, Is vis
King with his folks In Medford.
Tho Nstatorlum opeuud ll shim
ming tRiik to the public today. The
water Is treated with chloride of cal
cium, which Is recommended hy the
state board or health. It will bo
boated during tho present cold weath
er lo 80 dogrees. The wator Is con
tluunlly changing, so that the tank
Is better than over before. Manager
Morrlck says he will hold several
swimming tournaments. Hobble Po
louze will In all probability .repre
sent us In tho dashos. He Is able to
moke fast tlmo and laat year held his
own with the crack Australian swim
mer. Several other good men live
In this valloy. Wator polo games u III
bo started lu tho near future. This
game la well liked In Portland and
'Krlsco, and Is as excelling with hum
orous touches aa Ice bock). Special
teachers aio uugagod to teach omuii
and children. I'aiiry diving will en
tertain the public.
Panuy Ward In big Paramount at
Louis T. Clordou, or San Luis Obis
po, arrived today to vlalt friends In
T. 10. Hudftlnk, an old proepflor,
la In tho Apnlegate, doing gravel min
ing. W. A. Mnorehouae, of Uta An
goloa, paaeed through today In n
Franklin lor dranta Pasa.
(loorgo L. Drown, or Little llutto,
was a Mmlfonl visitor rrlda).
Howard W. Howard, of Oakland,
aeeompanled b his parents, droo
through today on their wa to Port
James Wbt'elor of Yamhill county,
who has bean over an ICIk rreek. left
for Yinka this morning.
Window and door screens, garden
furniture. Pacific I'urn. fc Pl. I'ac
tory. lllaao hull tomorrow, (iranta Psaa
Tba Yeomen gave a lodge dame
IUNYKAKT- PJeraou S Kneart.
ago HK years, & months and 13 daya.
died at bla bom on Kaat Sixth street,
June 10, Ills. The deceased wui
born In Uutler county, Ohio, coming
to this city ! I years ago. He was one
of tho pioneers In the upliulldliin of
Medford. He leaves a Ut and two
sous, Jess B. Kuyart. or 'attU. and
(' A. k'nyart, of UigaiiMport. Ind
The funeral notice ill appear later
v f n
INla frsm Crcoja of Tartar
All the ladies know how hard it is
o prevent the hot weather from ruin
iiitf their hair. The perspiration ex
udes in increased quantities, parrying
with it waste, poisonous genu matter,
which, unless removed, promptly
clogs the pores and irritates the scalp.
The difficulty of keeping the hair
and scalp sweet and clean in the
summer onlv renders the use of
NICWHRO'S'lIEIUnClDK more im
perative. Destroys Dandruff, Keeps the
Hair and Scalp Sweet,
Clean and Sanitary
Theio i nothing Hint will kino greater comfort
on a hot day than nil application ol IIKIU'K'IDK.
II induce, a Ki'iise of coolue-m and cleanliness
hoiddoH imparting health and xtrcngth to tho
hnlr. One' pcrMonttl eliurm and ultructiveiiuaa
i onlinnccd by the increased slow and hentity of
the Imir, duo to the inlolligout ttso of 1I1WIM
PIDK, society's best known senlp prophylactie.
If tho hnlr bo net Irnm bathitiK cither in fresh
or milt water, IlKltlMCIDK ipiickly restoic the
natural fluffini' and Moftnens. It toH itching
of tho scalp almowt instantly. The dainty, ox
tiuisite odor make NT.WIIIIO'K IlKltl'ICIDK an
ideal hot-weather hnir dreMsiug. Wlien you turt
away on your Mimmer fititintc have h bottle in
Send len cents for sample bottle to the HERP
ICIDE COMPANY, Dcpl. I-B, Detroit, Mich.
Applications at the better barber shops.
Sold and guaranteed nt all toilet pods coun
MEDFOnD PHARMACY, Spot ml Akui.
IN SUMMEl! 7
Get your Mooey's Worth
r WHION tho hrgt Rubber Factory In tbo WorM,
With a 47-yoiir EXPBUIENCK in Rubber-workinft and,
A '17-year RECORD of Dusinosg-Intotrrity, GootUfRith, nnd Squnra
denliny; behind it,
- Makes the following deliberate Statemont, you can wull AFFORD
to bdievo it,
Horo is the Statement:
MONEY ain't build HETrER Tiroa.of Fabric- Const ruction,
AT ANY PRICE, than tho "Blnck Barofoot," GOODRICH Tlrwi which
are Fair-list-pricod below.
Dependable Tire cannot bo built, and sold, for Uhs.
Hut, you WASTE MONEY uktn you pay MORE than tho fol
lowing prices for ANY Fabric Tire.
Goodrich "Fair-List" Prices
BLACK "BAREFOOT" SAFETY TREADS
30x3 ) pic- ($10.40
32x3 . $15.45
34x4 - $22.40
35x4'a - $31.20
36x4V - - ' $31.60
Sunday, June 11, 1916
Cunnpo of Chicken I. Ivor
Chickon with Okrn
Unkod Salmon liocbamel Sauco
Potato on Duo
Sweetbread Saute on' Toa-tt
Compote of Orango a. la Condo
Krlod Spring Chicken
Croam Sanco Corn Frlttera
Roast Heel nit .Ins
Shrimp Salnd, Celery
Cauliflower In Croam
Mashed and Rolled I'otntooi
Ice Cream and Cako
, Fresh Applo Plo
i Ruckoye Pudding
Toa Coffee Milk
We Servo California Sparkling nialr
Wine, 00 and 25c per bottle.
Ily Miss Clark and Mr. Howell
"My Dreamy China Lady"
'Wonderful Gardon of Lovo"
"A Perfect Day"
" 'Twos lu September"
Mnnana" (Chilian Danco)
That's hove With a Capital I.".
TO ORDER $25.00 UP
Also Cleaning. Presslnu and Altering
128 E. MAIN. UPSTAIRS
The Bin Comedy Bill
in the Paper
With the inimitable
As the Hero.
DON'T forget your pro
gram card number tonight.
INTKItUIMAN AUTOGAIl CO.
Lcavo Modforrt tor Aflftland, Talent
and Phoenix dally, except Sunday, at
8:00 a. in., 1:00, 2:00, 4:00 and 5:15
p. m. Also on Saturday at 11:15 p.
m. Sundays lcavo at 8:00 and 10:30
a. m. and 1:00, 2:00, 5:30 and 9:30
p. m. Lcavo Ashland for Medford
dally, excopt Sunday, at 9:00 a. m..
1:00, 2:00, 4:00 and 5:15 p. m. Also
on Saturday nights at 6:30 and
2:20. Sundays lcavo Ashland at 9:00
a. hi. and 1:00, 4:30, 6:30 and 10:30
DR. J. D. RICKERT
Tho scientific, Intelligent, drugloss, efficient adaptation of glaiw.
o for tho aid of vision and tho rollof of headaches and eyo-Htraln.
COUKTBSV, ACCURACY AND PRO.MPTNKSS PRI5VA1L.
Suite 1-2 ovor The May Company, Medford, Orogon.
MB. FRED ALTON HAIGHT
Toacher of Piano and Harmony, composor of "Our Navy," "A
Momory," etc A toachor with an established roputatlon, who
maintains a high standard and gets results throunh a correct di
agnosis and through the application of the proper proMilptlon to
meat tho needs of each individual pupil.
HAIGHT MUSIC STUDIO
Room to I Cm nett-Coroy IUiIr., Phone 7i!.
M $B m OT5S K u $. k U aaoafei
f ' i m .. ii iii i i .mil
..-.., , ., fSPl a
THE li. F GOODRICH CO.
New York Branch
Coodrn'i ''Testan" for Sho SjU
U v 4 1 'lwi ft llli-ll (I
' i l" I Iwi ,1'frr lil ur
in i rt- t ji I i i r t
mf nk c (Ctl t 01 s )?rpi in t i
i m r-ig.iT,.. . ... . . ,.i.MIi M- i.. nrnTm I n Him
Preparing for iluiii' oxaininations. Now in session.
InlM)ay Sessions June, .lul. and August. KpiM-ial
ia(i's. ('uacl'iiiK rlass I'oi' gradt' pupils now being
iunitetl, Tlione 1o-b
Medford Commercial College
Goodrich Tires Sold Exclus
Co E, GATES
BEST IN THE LONG RUN
I THE UNIVERSAL CAR
I V. cry othiT car mi the road is a Ford;
more than half the cars bought this
car will be Fords. There's a mighty
good reason. Ford cars are filling a
place in every field uf human activ-
Iity. Cost about two cents a mile to
operate and maintain. Hotter order
yours todav. Runubout $o90; Tour
ing Car $-1-10; Coupelet $590; Town
Car $610: Sedan $710. All prices f.
o. b. lletroit. On sale at Sparta bldg.
C. E. GATES
l E& tt-rins- Jim UoAii, im a month III
Ufo Oattter. tiif id raliabU, or Md
lgy, of Oakland a (hair pitcher uu-
Mrs. K W Kern of Ponlaiiit l
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