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MIOIWOKI) MAIL TUIIU'Nl-:. MKDKORI). OUI-JCIOX, MONDAY, .JULY 3, 101C
The Hl Cross society will meet
this weak Friday morning Instead of
Tuesday. There will lie no first aid
lecture this week.
Do Vos glvos trading stamm with
everything oxeept groceries.
Dr. C. I'. UtirJie find Dr. W. H.
Springer motored to I'hoenlx yester
dny mill fished hack along Hour
Mm the, big balloon aecenalon at
the 111 tmrk In Ashland during the
game hetween Medford and Weed.
I.loyil Wilson, who Iim been work
Ing on the fruitgrowers Supply coin
iwnjr silrvay out of Hilt, Is with his
Iterant ovor the 4th.
A breakfast you can afford and he
delighted with. ItusMll'i Cafe.
A. T. Karris of ICugene la transact
ing business in Medford.
J. O. livedo arrived yesterday
from Columbus, Ohio. He nxpecta to
remain permanently In Medford.
V, 0. Sonfon arrlvod Ihls iiiorulng
from I'ortlnnd. He Is the inanngor
of Clio N'orthwesl School Supply Co.
Cot your milk, crown, butter, ogga
mid buttormllk at lie Voo's.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Marlon Lance arrlvod
homo Inst night from l.os Angolea.
Tliuy drovo tliolr cur hack by the
const routo and report ogcellunt
Tjrjiowrltor paper of all kinds at
Mmlford Printing Co.
W. 'II. Ilarrey la In from Aahlund
for the day.
llfil (lalillb of Table Hock spent
yeslorday with Medford friends.
KohI oslate men take notice that
nil proporly owned Uf ma Is now off
the innrkot. A. C. Taylor, July 3,
Charlos llnnfonl. of Woed Is a
holiday visitor In Medford.
A fiOO-foot bnlloon aaeouslon
from thy park nt Ashluud during llio
ball gnmo, July I, R mid G.
'Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. IS. Soils returned
yestordiiy from Weod, whero Mr. So
ils hns been In tho oinploy of the
Wood l.umbor Company for tho past
two yon n. Tho fulling health of Mr.
Rolls' father Is the onuso for tliolr
"Wo makn n spoclajty of pleulo
partlos. ltussolfs Cafe.
tIr, ami Mrs. (loorge Xtohnls of
I.nko preek spent Sunday In Med
The public market will b eluetl
Tuesday, the fourth of July.
Tho world's greatest companies.
HuliHOS, The Insurance Man.
Mr. and Mrs. Ulenn Conwell
arrived last night from Klamath
Kails In their ear and will be the
KueeU of Mrs. Conwell'e parents, Mr.
and Mrs. I.. K. Wtollac. They wilt
remain to attend the Ashland Cliau
Postage stamps at l) Vee'a.
On aeoeunt of washouts near Itotl
ding, the eight twenty train was de
layed, nt that It met the ten fifteen
southbound at Medford this morn
Try a King SplU cigar and on
Ofliiraao home Industry. tf
Mlse Waive Jacobs of Klamath
KalU visit! Medford Heads but
night, befuie proceeding to Ashland
where she will be the gueat of Mr.
and Mrs. Heine Knders during the
rvuiiiiuu. Miss Jacobs was moid of
MHr In attendance uuou the queen
at the recent, rose festival lu Port
laud. Wtatog Camera Shop for flrat-clgM
kodak finishing and kodak supplies.
Mrs. autow Moulder and daughter,
rapt tola of Hoeeburg are the guests
of Mrs. Thomas Collins.
J. A Westerlund returned this
minting from Hall I, wure hi
attended the coMveutlou of ' Croft
ers," the hotel men's association
Ir. Ktrchfewraer will be at llot.l
Nash every Wedneeday. Hours for
oonsultatlon 10 to S.
1. Householder of Sum- Vulli is
spending the day In Miford
Nate Usm-H Is In for tht i. horn
lilg Micky creek
Kd Conley of Ragle Point spfiit
Sunday in Medford.
Cap. Dobbin, and llnh Hail
etrne In this morning f i win the
mouth of Stvrllng Creek wlurt i'mi j
Dobbins Is installing a duilav on ih
Frank Cameron of tho Mttlo
plcgate Is In town for the day.
Hob and mil Kay or Hnch aro Mod.
ford visitor tpday laying In suppllns
for the I th.
For rent, U-ronin fttrulsliod house.
C. A. IleVoe.
Mrs. H. Whelploy arrived this
morning from ISugeue and will be
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. liar
ley Hall, at liuucoui.
lilg 5e Milkshakes at Do Voe's.
One thousand five hundred pounds
of ore waa brought down from the
lilue (.edge district esterday by K.
r. Caruahan and T. Henry Callag
han. One thousand pounds waa
pyrites ferlllxcr which wll be ground
and used on the experimental farm
by Pror. Helrner. The other fire
hundred pounds was copper ore and
Is on display at the commercial elub.
Soc Dave Wood about that flrn In
sttranae nolloy. Office Mall Tribune
A model of the dredge being In
stalled by Cap Dobbins of Seattle at
the mouth of Sterling creek Is
dlaplay In the lobby of the Xash.
ITiaths 86e. Hotel Holland.
Jtalph Pierre and (llonn Simmons
spent yosterday visiting friends In
Catna soils Ford cars, $200 down
and $25 a month.
"Chick" Maker, who has been with
MoCredle's Portland aggregation this
sonson, has boon procured by Captain
Miles of tho local ball toam for tho
holiday series with Weed. Ho Is a
fast heady player and will make an
effective bacbatop for Medford. He
will arrive on Iho Shasta tomorrow
Whipping rriMin at DoVoe'a,
II. II. Isll nirived this mornlnK
from Portland. He will visit Ills
father, John (sell, at Untie Kails for
the unxt two weeks.
Iluttermllk 10a gal. at DeVoe's.
W. C. CrancH of Ashland Is trans
acting busiiiHSS lu Medford today.
Sinoko a King Spitz cigar, fie
Thoy aro homo-made. tf
Dick Dusenborry of Hold I III! Is
shopping lu Medford today.
Kred I. Strang, county fruit In
spector of Douglas county, la spend
ing a few days with his imronts, Mr.
and Mrs. Cbaa. Strang.
i'e make a specialty of pleulo
lunches. ItuasePs Cafeteria.
'Mr. and Mrs. II. U Walthor and
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Churchill and
party returned yosterday from u
week-end's outing at Prospect.
Frank Kay left yesterday for a Uo
weeks' business visit lu Frisco.
Do Voe buys beor bottles.
K. IB. Miller of Central Point Is
spending the day In Medford.
UOrnest Holleubeek of Proepect Is
lu town today. He w-ll take In the
roundup at Ashland.
After looking over a number of
mliilug openings around Medford H
M. Mt'Intyre left this afternoon for
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Allen and Mr
ami Mrs. M. J. Williams motored lu
from Derby today.
Inierurban auto special tlmerard
for Ashland eelebratfon Ih another
column. ' v o
IK. A. Smith of Kogue lttver Is atop
ping In Medford eu route to the round
W. A. Hartman arrived from Hilt
thla morning. He will ook over th
valley for a few daya and take In tin
roundup. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fogg of Hilt an
In Medford. They will proceed to
C. C. Pursel and family of the
plegate waa a business visitor todio
HutlHtmllk So quart at DeVoe's.
Harry Toller arrived thla mornlnK
from Portland. He Mill attend a few
days In Medford and In taking lu Ih,.
J r. Unatreburger of Derby Is in
Arthur Hose and wife of Phoenix
are shopping In Medford toda
Freoboru UarrlNon and a part or
friend will motor to Yrkn tomorrow
to Hifiut tlii 4th with Mr (IuiiIhou'k
V M l)riiiam' ill fioin H'll Lain
Mniul.tN liomiit tor the Hhland rouml
A complaint wan aworn out Satur
day afternoon before Justice Taylor
by W. I. Winkle charging Kll Dahack
with stealing some of the former's
hogs. The case will b heard at ten
o'clock Wednesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark of Jack
sonville are In town to apend the 4th.
.Mr and Mrs. Chester C. Kubll and
son Rdward of Applegate will spend
tKe fourth In Ashland.
While the family was In Ashland,
the home or J. IC. Smith of Talent
burned down about midnight last
night. The house and coutrnta were
a total lots. The smiths were merely
tenants. They sustained a los or
three hundred dollars on furniture,
covered by insurance. The house was
owned by a Mr. Roberts.
Hound for a good time at Klamath
Falls over the fourth, John Moffat,
Vuslcy Judy, Jsy Ol instead, Kolatid
Hubbard and I.eland N'oe If ft Med
ford iir a car this afternoon.
,.Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Parkhurat and
family phiiih down from Crater Lake
Sunday bringing a party of eastern
"" I tourists who had arrived at the lake
via Klamath Falls.
Cigar dealers throughout the city
todnv are posting up their special
government tax receipts licenses for
the new year.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Von dor Hellen
of Fagle Point ar In town for tho
SEVENTH COMPANY GOES
TO FT. STEVENS JULY
following day. The return will bo on
the morning of Julv 30.
Only thoee who have subscribed to
the new oath are permitted to go to
camp, according to tho orders re
ceived. This will have the effect of
leaving behind two or three members
of the Seventh company who failed
to toe the scratch when tho remote
chance of having to smell Mexican
powder presented Itself In tho shapo
of swearing allegiance to tho govern
ment or the' United States In the fed
eral oath. It Is understood that thoKo
who refuse to take the oath will be
dishonorably dropped from tho rolls,
thus preventing them from bolng
permitted to ever bear arms or at
taining full cltrmmhlp. The govern
ment was not slow In showing its
regard for the club room or would
be soldiers. Only two or three In
stances were noted In tho Unltod
States of national guardsman refus
ing to take the oath of alleglanco to
the government when called upon In
the recent mobilisation.
TIim 7th c6tnfiany will go to camp
this year as usual with the largost
number of men or any company In
the Coast Artillery corps, the prosont
membership tiotng seventy.
SECOND LINE PENETRATED
(Contlnuod rrom pago opo)
Orders were received Saturday
nrtornoon by Captain Vance of the
7th company, that the annual ramp
of ItiHtruitlon would lie held nt li
Steven. Julv Hi to "i, buvlruc Mid 'upturn of the i .iui..irdniiiit ot our
ford on tlir (Vi nli) ol' I il, 1, m1 IHont wit ni lull o I On tho
arriving' nt 1 t i-i . n tit noon t n h. l.inlt of it. r v r thli mornlnK
the northern nnd western boundaries
of wli frli aro In our hands.
"North of ltstrees and betweon lis
treos and Assnvlllers our troops hnvo
made perceptible progress.
Oh VoiiIiiii Flout,
"lu tho left of the Meusu tho night
passed In ndativi unlit with tho ox-
V QvJRfl m mflmmKm I JrlRft'
Among tho world's great slory tellers, those gifted, en
tertaining Tellers, Rex Beach is stacking high; and I am
always in my glory when I have got a new Beach
story; it suits mo more than pie. Red blood in all his
yarns is seething; his characters are living, breathing,
not dummies made of wood; strong
men admire his kind of writinj, of
heroism, peril, fighting it's al
ways to the good. And Rex, when
he is busy working, his trusty old
typewriter jerking, until it busts a
spoke, to have his inspiraton quick
ened keeps all the air around him
thickened with rich Tuxedo smoke.
Say, have you noticed, gentle
readers, how many famous men
nnd lenders explain Tuxedo's
worth? As man's great solace
they expound it, and that's because
they all have found it the best
there is on earth.
Famomi Author, tayn
"I haot irrtobej TutcA t
tab- AfdlC llatka, alPtinan.
mnJ totrywIttiewoutJ rtoi
imoJe another k"J-"
Mr.j,-r:-,rFMwVX2aqi.- ' " "MfiTlilirasMrBsiii i
proves it. 25o at all druggists.
MERRIMAN RLACKSMITH HOP
Autoiutihilc Tiiv Siding and AVlu't'l Impairing.
Springs wt-lili'il ir niiulf to unliT. 1 Ior.st'slunMiiff and
gem Tnl blacksinilliing.
20 SOUTH RIVERSIDE AVENUE
nt 3 30 o'clock, after n violent bom- munlcatlons behind the lines and in
bardment, tho Gormnns delivered a
strong attack upon Damlotip work.
Thoy took possession of It, but our
counter attack delivered shortly nftor
resulted In driving them completely
out nnd recapturing the work, which
Is now In our poseosslon."
"Moro prisoners and more pieces
of heavy artillery, the rountlng of
which lias not yot bcon completed,
weto captured by us during those re
cent actions. ,
, Civnmiti lmse.t Heavy
"According to Information at hand
it has boon ostabllshed that more
than thirty-nine Gorman battalions
participated In tho attack along the
French front on July 1. According
to tho statements of prfsoners, thirty
ono or those battalions (differed very
heavy losses and aro at prosont com
pletely dlsoraulzod. Most or tho pris
oners talon by us July" 1 and July 2
nro very young. As tt result or tho
ituefltloulng or thoso inon In our
hands It has been loarnod that the
preparatory tiro of our artillery was
very offectlvy not only In nnlhllatlug
defensive organizations but In ron
dorliiK Impossible nil lattoral com-
nrnvnntlnar the brtllKlllK 1IU Of rO
visions. At the same time our artil
lery fire made It Impossible for tl t
enemy to transmit orders to the
troop engaged In the operations
"During the preparatory offensive
fire of our artillery. French aviators
sot fire to thirteen captive Oerinnn
balloons. Two others wore et on
Tire the first of July. During the at
tack our aoroplane scouts were mas
ters of tho front. During this time
only nine aeropanos of the enemy
ahowod themselvoii anil not ono cross
ed our lines. Of these nine machine,
one was destroyed.
"South or tho Itlver Avre, In the
region or Dancourt. and In the vi
cinity of the Wood Dos Loges,
French reconnolterlng parties pene
trated tho Oernmn trenches and
cleaned them out with hano grenades.
niHCHESTER S PILLS
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I.dl-l AkT" l'rnB!.llofi
I'lllt In lltd nl I'ol.l tnM.iiicV
1 -, ti.ej Hi Ulna Ki'lon. Y
Till, nn nlli. fluv nt Hu,
iiruBii.t. A.ur iim in-.K.Trns
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viit known aiDI.Sift,AIlytIteltall
SOLO BY DRUGGISTS tVERVWHERE
Richmilk, malted grain extract, inpowJcr.
Invigorates nuning mothers nJibMeJ.
The Food-Drink for all Agos
Moro nutritious than tea, colfee, etc.
Substilalcs cost YOU Sane Price
Special Time Card
for July 4, 5 and 6
I,onve Medford for Ashland at 7:30
and U:30 a. m. and nt 12:30, 1:30,
." 00 and ":00 p. m.
Leave Ashland for Motlforil at 8:30
and 11-30 h. m. and 1:30, 1:00, 0:00
and 10:00 p. m.
' if ; r prjuuC
j icoulo'nt GET
'at THAT Pft ce ur
UNIX 5 S
OKtiLRBO A QUANTITY
IT WHAT WE
HAVE GOT TO
THE NEXT ,
4010 WB GET
t( Q? IT, MA? W
THE V JJ. '
1 ITTvYHATWC B
HAVE GOT TO s '
DRfPOR f uA
I tuc wcvr run i.
I civ MnMTiiV PUNKUST
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Economic Waste in Long Distance Buying
Tho only road to renj ccoiioniy is tho road thai loads to iho Hum? Town.
This is tho first commandment in rniiumimty dovolopniont. Whonovor wo pass
n) our own ooiumiinity and sond an ordn-away IVom homo vo break this com
niandmt'iit by out-strokf ol' tho pon. (live yoiii-'honio doalor tho chance to rill
that order. (Jieii the same oonditions ho' can heat any out-of-town house in
the count ry. Thel.oiijr Distance mute is tho road to waste, over-buying and
false economy. This cartoon shows vividly the economic waste in longdistance
THESE GOODS ARE MADE IN THE ROGrUE RIVER VALLEY KEEP THE MONEY AT HOME
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
fOl'NO- Huneh of kes near i
flee Owner can hu- i.uu i
calling at Tribuue of fit mul i.o
lag (or this ad. J
fOR 8AI.K 1814 Indian inonndo
Vlth full eitulinnent; lu-urU m
At B real liaiaaln. WuK.i i..i
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Have Glasses Fitted
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limit mi i ii ii iiit itii i i-f I inn t
lust Hill I lul I I ' I I llll U ,11 II It
It ofciipics a pl.ii c of hniiur
it-n. 'oti will I ind it er
in the hapj
Rogue Spray Flour
MEDFORD ROLLER MILLS
H, O. Nordwick, Prop. Phone 507
Pat ron i.o tho
lift II W.l't v ml lli
Ut. Rickest gga
Huttf 1 ami - 0.i Mnj'k
1 JijUtijjil, Oivgnii
institution that maintains the Largost
Payroll in Jetlford.
The Medford Printing Co.
The Host Ktpiippod Job Plant in Oregon outside of
Two Recipes for Hot
. At the Soda Fountains
Yellow Label Tomatoes
At tho Grocer's
Try thorn today and cool off.
ROGUE RIVER VALLE5T
Tell Us the Size
of your windows anil doors and we'll
utMily accurately made frames for
them. We'll supply the windows and
doors too if you desire. Olve yon
hotter results tliau any handwork.
Give ou a choice of design and fin
ish. And you'll be surprised at how
little our mill work costs. Come
MEDFORD SASH & DOOR CO.
OIL AND WATER
Go to J. A. SMITH
128 M. Grapa St.
Ask Your Grocer and
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