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MTiTOFOTlD "MWTL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OT?EnONT, MONDAY, .TTTLY 10, 1010
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10CAL AND
' PERSONAL
A. Guclios of Itucu In Bpoihllnft the
day in Metlford.
A. C. Churchill, president ami Gen
eral manager of tho Dufur Orchard
company, npont yofitcrduy In Modforri.
He Is on Mr way to his home In Tort
Inml, after.a S600 nillo ante trip.
De Voo gives trading stamp with
everything oxcept Rrocorlofl.
With thoir oar haltorod and travel
fltalnod n party of tourist utoppod
in Med ford thin morning. The party,
constating of TVd Ovorton, Harlan
Todd nnd 0. V. Joost, njo on their
way to Soaltlo from Nebraska City,
NnhraBka. From Brattle thoy will
return to Nebraska City.
A breakfast you can afford and bo
delighted with. HiiuhoU'b Cafo.
Newton Mark, a membor of tho
flrn dnpartmont, Is spending a weok's
vnoatlon at Derby, having loft yostor
day morning. D. T. Lawton Is taking
his place In the department.
det your milk, cream, butter, eggs
nnd buttermilk at Do Voo's.
Clalro Seely, Ion 1awton nnd W.
C. Hchiiltz returned luto Sunday nlfiht
from tho Joscphlno caves. They left
Modfprd Saturday morning.
Typewriter paper of all kinds nt
Modftlrd Printing Co.
W. If.' Norton or Portland in In
town visiting relatives nnd attending
to business matters.
fltorge Von dor Hellen Is In for
tliii day frpm Knglo Point.
Tho world's greatest companies.
IIolnies.Thn Insurance Mnn.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wllkorson
moorod to Yreka yesterday.
Adrian Hose, of Orlffln creek, Is
In town on buslnos stoday.
Postage stamps at Do Voo's.
'.Henry Ilaswell mid IIuko I.iiml
ltori; who nro working at Derby spent
Himdny In Medford.
C. J. Fry arrived this morning
from Copper, Cnl.
Try n King Spitz cigar and on-
cotirngo homo Industry. tf
Mr. nnd Mrs. 1. V. Oregory nnd
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. C. King spent yes
teiday fishing on upper ltogtio river.
A complaint charging larceny by
hnllco has been Hworn out by Cub
Hoscnburg ugnliiBt Horn Hnrnlsh of
Kaglo Point. Tho article In tho com
plaint Is a horro. Tho hoarlng will bo
this afternoon.
Dr. Klrohgewinor will be nt Hotel
Nash overy Wednesday. Hours for
consultation 10 to 3.
The remains of Nontenant Henry
llodney Adair, horo of CarrlwO, are
expected to pawi through Medford
TuMdny morning on tho Bhasta
limited, IirvIiik left HI Phso l,st
Saturday for tho family homo 1"
Portland.
For rent, 2-room furnished houso.
C. A. Do Voo.
l.mo Hastings of Ashland Is upend,
lug tho day In Medford.
lite c Mllkshakos at Do Voo's.
0. 11. Price of flold Hill nnd a
mombor of company 7, has received a
telegram, ordorliiK him to report on
tho ISth to 8sn Antonio, Tox., whore
he will servo as a qiiartermniiter's
clerk.
Sco lavo Wood about that fire In
surance policy. Office Mull Trllmno
IMS. '
Httn Do I.eon of San Francisco and
llojla noliuont of Oakland spent 81
urdny and Sunday In Medford.
Jlatlis 2c. Hotel Holland.
'Jylrs. U. H. Davis of Ashland was
Medford visitor yesterday.
(Sntt soIIh Ford onni, J 00 down
and $15 u month.
(".. II. niUwn loft this iHornliiR for
Yreka, Onl.
Whipping cream nt DVoe's.
. g. Smith returned this morning
from a trip to Portland, where b at
tondml the meeting of tho ItoimbU
eau State Central f'omtnlttso.
llntterinllk 10c gal. nt DtVoe's.
iMrt. C H- Oustavlifln. who hm
boon th guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. II.
llal for the past week, left this
muritlug fr her hum In Hilt.
Smoke a King SylU cigar, Re.
Thuy aro home-made, tf
H. V. ftott and M. Sinclair, Uoth of
San FraiM-lseo. wr the wmoii'i first
psssrnn-- to Crater I.k. Ievl
this morning. The oar will b ! to
Het two within two and one-half
miles of the rim. Uwrtda the pas
sengers, the car earrlsd consider
able auantlt- of wall.
tVo make a pMlalt)' of plenlc
liinobo. KusmI's Cafeterln.
JIM. J. C. Vwry ot Hilt Is the guost
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H- !
Do Voo buys beer bottles.
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Wllltawi ei'eat
yoeterday In drawls Paas. brlnglug
with thew. on their return thU
morning. Mr. Willows' sUier. Mrs.
It. 11, Seegmlller of Ulchfleld. I'tah.
it n d his mother. Mrs. M. A. Parks
of Huntington Heaeu. Cal.
Diittormllk 3c quart at DeVoe'i.
Sir. and Mrs. U. n. Drown. Dr. and
Mr. Muudy, Mr. ! Mr. J. r.
Lntt-roneo and Mr. and Mrs. C V.
tdoDouuli! 'm,"'r,, of rl'
thut moturwl to 1st Huiie yesterd
Wostoa Cuiyra Shot for firsts U
Uodal; flnUulnB n'1 ifcwy
II. ('. Memongor of Applegate, Is
Mpctiding tlio day In .Mtidfonl.
Mrs. H. P. Samuels of Kagle Point
Ih Hhopping In. town today.
At Snlthor with the' Dnshlugton
Trio at tho Page todny. 93
Mr. and Mrs. (Men Conwell ot
Klamath Falls, are visiting Medford
friends for a few days. .
Miss Holly Mallatt of Derkeley,
who has been the guost of Mrs. It.
J. Oonroy, loft Saturday for her
homo.
Medford Transfer Co. Phono OS. Of!
91. C. F. Itaden and M. MrOtilrk
spent yesterday fishing near Trail.
During Ashland Chnutnmtun Inter-
urban cars lonve Ilotol Medford dally
oxcept Saturday and Sunday at 7 p.
in. Iteturn after program at night.
Hound trip 35 cents. The Dig Qray
Cars.
11. S. Woodcock of Klrby, who Is
omployed ns n brldgo cnrolaker by
the Callfornln-Orogon Hallway Co.,
wns sorloiiHly Injured about five
o'clock yostorday afternoon when a
tire on hi car blow out, throwing
the miirhlno Into the ditch whero It
turned over. Tho acoldont occurred
on tho Orants Pass-Crescent City
highway, nboul -10 miles wont of
Grants Pass. It Is reported that the
cor was traveling at a high rato of
Hpred bo Hint with the blowing out
of tho tire, Woodcock lot control.
Al Salther with the DnHulugton
Trio nt tho Page today. 93
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moffat nnd Mr
nnd Mrs. Alfred Iliigon spent yester
day on Klk creek.
Jonas Wold and K. F. Schmidt fish
ed yesterday near llybee bridge.
"V. N'lchols spout Sunday fishing nt
Hay Cold.
(I. V. Kurtz of Yreka arrlvod In
Medford this morning.
Hrtck Anderson Is n luislnoss vIhI
tor from Copper, California.
Al Sather, former manager of the
Star theater, appears nt tho Page to
night. He will break Into tho ICm
press circuit at 'Frisco next Sunday
night.
C. W. llarrett, who will bo tho
cook of Company 7 In encampment,
arrived this morning from Kugeue.
Mr. llarrett formerly lived In Med
ford, leaving here about a year ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Itoss ICtlue of l.lttle
Hutto creek, spent Sunday In Med
ford. Six members of Company 7 spoilt
yostorday at the rifle range.
A. W. Walker delivered a Chaliuors
R to Mrs. II. C. Morris at Ashland
Siindny.
' Tho arlszllcs will meet at tho 1,1
hrary tonight nt 7:30 at whloh time
plans will bo discussed for thoir pio
posod tilp to the Josephine chmm.
Italph Mc.Cay, Harry I. lug and
Shorty Lawrence left last night for
Yreka, where thuy ur working. They
spent tho fourth eelebratlug In Med
ford. Mr. and Mrs. George C. I'lrlch
motored over from Klamath Falls
Saturday and left for home Monday
morning. They were tli( guests of
Mr. and Mrs. George I.ludley.
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CAMP WITIIYCOMIIK
To stimulate recrultluu
, Julv in
to fill
the
ranks uf the Oregon National (lu.iul.
now on the Mexican border, owrnor
James Wlthycombo will announce the
plans for a statewide campaign omc
time this week. This Information w
obtained here today by Captain Ken
netlt P. Williams. Putted States aunv
mustering officer, who slates Hint tin
laik of it-iniiln nun liecome a serious
problem.
PLEADS GUILTY 10
' YANlDI'Yr.lt. Wash.
Jul
111
lil,
IvlUxl
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Mr-. ll'n Mii bell, ulm ot
nigbl nl June I la-t -Iml aiul
her lucbaml tu I heir home hen
tt iUUii'el, nipeared in the uM'riii
court ImIii mid pleaded guiltv t
manlaughter, Mi. Mitchell waiv
ed time and a M'titeueed to serve
an imU'teniiimite term !' I'n'in one
year to tuiiil eiu in the H'iuleii
tiury. REGISTER OF WYOMING
LAND OFFICE APPOINTED
WASHINGTON. JnU HI. The t..l
lowing iiiiiimiiiimii w,i- eiil In the
M'liute lniliiN 1 1 miii tlie while boiiM''
W.., Wgl-ler of the l.tud uftiee nt
Lander, W.
That old tire may
give you a lot of
service if reinforced
with a Rclincr-Wc
have all sizes.
C E. GATES
LIGHT VOTE CASI
ACCEI
BOLUS CONTRACT
Interest In the eWtion being held
today for tho purpose of voting on
the proposed Issuance of $300,000 In
bonds for the construction of u rail
road to the Illue I.edge mining dis
trict and the ratification of the HiiIIIb
contract, fell far short of what was
anticipated.
At two o'clock only fi37 votes hnd
boon cast, 105 In the first ward, 270
In tho second and 172 In tho third.
Sevnnty-flvo voters had roglsterod nt
that time at the city hall.
A reactionary feeling against tho
mousuro is noticeable on tho atroets.
Whereas last week no talk was to bo
hoarl but the ndvocntes. A large
numbor of voters, ronvlnced of tho
unfairness of the contract, nro cam
paigning today und omleavorlng to
swing tho thlo.
Predictions ns to the result vary
wldoly. Some boosting for the meas
ure think It will pass by a 5 to 1
vote. Conservative place tho flguro
at 2 to 1. The heavy vote expected
In tho Into afternoon will tell the
tnlo.
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TARIFF PROPOSALS
.WASIIINTITON, July 10 On the
first vote today on the final atage of
consideration of tlm new revenue bill
in the house n republican proposal for
substantial Increases In dyostuffs du
tlo for the protection of that Indus
try was defeated US to 11(5. Jtepre-
seutntlvo Hill declared tho democratic
tariff gave no protection to Indigo
dyes and that no investment of capital
In that branch of the Industry might
be expected without It.
The house rejected an amendment
by ItcprcHeutntlve Hayden of Arizona
lo strike out the tax on copper. N'luo
democrats voted with the republicans
to eliminate the tax.
TURKS CLAIM DEFEAT
OF
CONSTANTINOI'l.i:. .Iul 10.
Oll'ieiiil nunoiiiM'iMiient whs made
lie re IimImv iluit the l(ii-niii foiee
wlmli rem'iitl.v ewieiinlcd Keniuui
mIihIi, l'erin, had been oveitiiken by
the Tnrkx und put to flight utter a
buttle of wevell Ikmii'i". The ltiiiini
nllVnie on the Telinruk rir of
the Cniieii'.nM front, underliikeii tn
nriet the Tinklli advunee, luc enl
lnieil. Why Snioko Hit t igum
When La Oondas ure only 10c
UPON
PTANCE
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CREASED
Xtra-
Musical Attraction
Washington Trio
AL SATHER, Harctonc
FRANK SAX, Tenor
RALPH GAWNLOCK,
--Bass
Moral Fabric
Y'Mi lniit niliir "Main IVTofll
nii.m " ami its sensational 17ol-ti
answer, "How to hold n luw- u Jn lha, u Bt th 0,.
baml." Hero's n stoiv hijr- " i"''-i tno-ciiu
driui'l thinker, lio dwlure tliat
jji'f in tliciiie liijfKi'r even1 "" oM(1 mjt ulti ,,,., ,.ct rliMt tit-r ait
U (lltt tear HHtde thi ' luoi'rfl
wav. Frank Mills. Kilith r.bru- heu ioe i-iu The .u
., unionutionil in iu lti teeloi-
lverc ailil Howard lle-K lliet aDi ,n lrreUllbl tn u iil-
,,, , , l i i max thftt l tuih lai llinj; in It dia
man ila eaiU. ,. . ,., ,,
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HOPE AMERICAN
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LEAVE MEXICO
I CHIIIPAIU'A CITY. July 9, via El
Paso, July JO. Oiip thousand cav
alry compose the major part of a
forco undor General Matties Itnmos,
which lias been sont south to ond tho
lnclplont Villa movement. Pursuit
of tho Vllllstns Is rciiorled ns alioady
having progressed Into tho Durango
mountains,
Mexican military officers nro ox
presslng hopos that the Amorlcnn
troops In Mexico will be withdrawn
speodlly. They say that whon thoy
no longor have to prosorvo their
stratoglc positions in the north they
will bo able to tratiHfer troojis to the
south to bo used In tho campaign
against tho bandits.
Kxcopt In tho Chlhunhua-Durango
boundary district nil Is qulot. Illlarlo
Hodrlgue, ono of tho chiefs under
Cnnuto Heyes recently granted am
nesty, hns Joined tho govornmont
forcos hero with 200 men.
fionoral Jnclnto llornando. Inform
ed (lonornl Trovlno that his forces
had bonten n hand of Vllllstna In n
sharp fight nt Ran Salvador. In this
fight tho former Vllllstn general, Jose
do Jesus Cnntrorns, and his two sons
were killed.
Colonel Kunza reports from Xanil
qulpn that seventeen bandits surren
dered to him under an offer of niunos-
ty.
Scouts nro looking for Vllllstns
near Pnrrol, so (lencral Krnosto (Inr
cla plated, but so far thoy have not
come luto contact with them.
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ArrnngeinentH are under way for j
the entertainment of this year's State i
Kdltorlul Convention, to he held I
hero August I and . The prelimi
nary announcement, sent out by the
association, promises one ot the most
successful convention ovor held. A
trip to Crater Lake In nutos, another
to tho Oregon-Callfornln lino with a
stop at Ashland's fine park, u bnn
niiet In Medford and u luncheon by
Medford ladles, arn numbers on tlie
program. Med ford's hotel men have
come to the front handsomely by of
fering free room accommodations to
registered gjiesis.
The affair promises to be one of
tho boat attended nud successful con
ventions the association has ever
held. Jackson county will have an
opportunity to show to the editors of
the state, who are largely public opin
ion moulders, the needs or the Siski
you grade and tho road lo Crater
lake, us well as to send oer the stuie
a good Impression of our abilities as
a host
ORCES WILL 500N
MET
E
AUGUST
A Big Double
Bill Offered
At Regular Prices
Mntinco 10c; Evening 15c; Children 5c
TODAY - TOMORROW
A big theme discussed in the
Triangle production
KEYSTONE
Leading Motion Picture Theatre Jp
FUTURE TRADE
DEPENDS ON ACTION
NOT ON LEGISLATION
DKTIIOIT, July 30. --What ilie
Tinted StHte iiiut do In ttiku its
uluire of the world's tiiide nt Ilie end
of the Knmpean war wns outlined lo
tlu worldV wnle-'iiinii'llip eongre.i
Iiero today by Seeretnrv Kedficld of
the eoninieree ileonrtment. "The fu
ture," he unid, "will not he the re
sult of legislation, lint of action.
American tmdo miiionnries sent
forth will go with every ri'Koiirce of
"icicnco nnd mnungement nt their
command.
"We "lmll see, no iloulil, when Ilie
wur nIihII end, nnd in u menmirc de
pending mi when that end slinll
come, an upimrent reaction in our
foreiten trade. The mere recession
of pricca liorinnl lo tlie eoniine "f
pence will nffeet the volume in ilol
Inrs of that tiiide: yet with equnl
ennfiileiH'c I look for a second rene
tioii iipwiiriln ju llint foreign trade
when American inilimtrien, eonseioiiK
of their power, beenti.ee it res I a on
xenn'liinz study, slinll send their men
nhrond in Mho inspiring contest of
ItrniiH nnd ehurneler which will wnuo
between nntiinis."
Scientific stud" of inarkcN by the
goveriiiiieiil, Ameriean iiivextiiientH
nbronil mill n hroader vision nt home,
Mr. Itedlielil said, were three things
eiUi"iiiug' the Amcrieiin business miiii
for foremn tr.ule.
"ROLL YOUR OWN"
FOR CIGARETTE
SATISFACTION!
With a Bookof "Papers" and "Bull"
Durham You Can Easily Make a
Cigarette That Will Give
You Greatest Enjoyment
To obtain n cigarette that ex-
I actly suits your personal tnstc is
an easy matter simply cet a
sack of "Hull" Durham and "roll
your own."
The far greater enjoyment and
satisfaction you yet from such a
cijrarcttc is surprising.
"Bull" Durham is pre-eminently
cigarette tobacco thechoicest
Virginia-Carolina leaf grown.
Hy using "Hull" Durham and
rolling his own the smoker not
only has the advantage of the
delicious mellow-sweetness and
perfect mildness that this famous
tobacco gives him, hut he can also
roll his cigarette to his personal
liking, and he hns n much frebher
and more fragrant smoke.
In no other way can a cigarette
with so much individuality be
obtained than by "rolling your
own" with "Hull" Durham.
Try it yourself and see. It's
easy to acquire the knack of roll
ing a "Hull" Durham cigarette
a little practice will do it.
Get a 5-ceut sack today, and be
sure to ask for the free book of
"papers" th :t goes with it.
It in foll.-Kj tlie "0 Itlut ami it Is a
tijutliug, t-nipii), up.iii.llio-nilmiio
ix'jucilx-VaUftli; tMury uiiiiuto.
-"y k'7j TlHii S9
No coal, wood or ashes
to lug no waiting for
the fire to burn up. Bet
ter cooking because of
the steady, evenly-distributed
heat, under
perfect control. All heat
concentrated on the
cookhigandnot radiated
around the room. The
long, blue chimneys
prevent all smoke and
smell.
Bakes, bolls, roasts, toasts.
More efficient thun your
wood or coal stove and costs
less to npitrate.
ASK YOUR DEALER TODAY.
STANDARD OIL
COMPANY
(Cullfgtnia)
M.-ilfulil
wBl-sifiK&M
For Sale by
GARNETT-COREY HARDWARE CO.
CRATER LAKE HARDWARE CO.
The Best at Any Price
No other baking
powder will raise
nicer, lighter bis
cuits, cakes and
pastry, none is more j
pure and wholesome
Then Why
M M
PRODIUM PROCESS
RUBBER
A new discovery that gives toughness to tires
Rubber, when used in tire treads, is compounded with other
substances the character and formula of which determine
larucly the mileage that the tire will give.
I'rmlium Process produces an entirely new rubber com
pound, discovered and controlled exclusively by The Re
public Rubber Company, and used only on Republic tires.
This new rubber has a wonderful tensile strencrti, is re
markably resilient, is practically chip proof and cut proof,
wears down as ev nly as fine steel, has treat heat rcshtini;
qualities and anti-bkid properties
Get a sample of Republic Prodium Process Rubber. Try
to break it. Coin nice yourulf that this is the touched,
ktroni'ctt material ev cr used on an automobile tire.
Young & Hall Motor Co.
Distributors, Medford
hUdt in
ASHLAND VULCANIZING WORKS,
'AsliMinl On -on, j
nor
VON DER HELLEN HARDWARE CO.,
Kaiglc Point, Orcein
c
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Like Ga
for cotnferi:
and convenience
A
NEW PERFECTION
OIL coyrovE
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For Best Results
Use Pearl Oil
Better cooking
and a cleaner,
cooler kitchen.
Now serving
2,000,000
homes
i-
In 1, 2, 3 and 4
burnvrsUcs.wltli or without ovon.
Also cabinet
in ltd els with
Kit etess Cooking
Oveiiii.
k,j,.
Pay More
tht Styhih Black Tread
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