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AIEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, AIEDrORD, ORKOON, VEDNRSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1012.
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Street Cewmhwlener linker tins
several (MMt engaged In hauling
gravel oft'SoRth rUverMde avenue. Ho
WljraTTtalf tout $M feet of this
street Jttst touth"ot the cml ot the
pftvtfirWit will eWslderablo re
pair Nk-rit,QJrtHen8treeTM fur south
mb tio city "limits. This fvart' ot
KlversMo nvonue was almoal Im
passable' lfc?t winter.
'Mri'iUuf Mrs. A. J. Kmorson of
IiAst 'Med fort! will enjoy" r few weeks
vilt with Missouri relatives, they
Mr, nml Mrs. A, J, Kmcrson loft
Tuesday on n trip to Kansas nml
Nebraska and will bo gonn some
Ufae. ' ' ' "
Jl tsntittt!nf tttl & n tttialnnata via.
tiivuuvvh ikiiv na iikcimvoo i
Man, over Jackson County Bank.
John 13. l'cllon of RosoburV. tho
woll known stock buyer, was lit tho
valley during the week.
Hello Anderson of Ashland
Arcnucct huh was a nusiiu
UW at JaVksdhvltty MottW?
rfcee k, A. holmes, The Ids
'having left Tuesday afternoon for
tWat place. 4 ' '
J TrvKlckert, eyeetgfct nfeeleUat,
Mra. Julia A. Myers, of Ccdarvale,
Kaasas, who has been la Medtord
.several weeks visiting her daughter.
Miserable Myers, a teacher la the
Roosevelt school and her brother-ln-laV,
'C H. Pierce, and family, left
Tuesday for her home.
Mrs. Violet Edwards and daughter
Vlvlaa, left Tuesday afternoon for a
visit to friends In Sacramento.
' 'Medford Coasevaiory ot Music aad
Laagaage. College Bid?. The only
auslc school la So. Oregon with a full
corps ot teachers. Send tor catalog.
Mr. and Mrs. M, M. Maine and
i!nt. J. M. Acher left on No. 16 Tuca-
4y Evening for a visit la Portland.
George M. Mordorf look No. 15
TaMdcy afternoon for Chlco, Cal.,
where ne will visit relatives tor a
couple of weeks.
,Ai; Hoeeeholder. who owns a big
jiarWe Quarry ba Kaaes creek, left
t!H Medford lime saatket Tuesday.
V A. Newell, ta&ea' Ullor, 4th
neer'X. V H. bMg. '
H. H. Hall ot South 3acksonvlllo
ai.sTC Corsbeet of Sterling were In
'cijth S.M. Xealon and Professor
Sherwood were over from Table
Reek' district 'Tuesday.
Garland stoves and ranges,' Intel-
-totting' oil. W. Shaplelgk Hard
ware," No. 28, South CefitraL "
' Lest, Tuesday atterneoa, a pair of
eye glasses la oaaev 'Finder will
'please leave them at Mail Tribune
"' Mleees Elmer nd' sloUt of Jack
sonville are attending the Medford
- Oak and kardwoed $4.59 aajd f 5.80
pereeri. Geld Ray Realty Co.,
Sixth and FIr.
;, Cel.'j. W, Hicks ot Ashland was
aeKtke many Civil war veterans
who were in Medford during the past
week. " ' '
O. K. Nefooa. A Guangmlsch and
T.'L. DcNore of Jacksonville trans
acted basinet In Medford Tuesday.
' ''Oysters, Oysters, Oysters, direct
frew the Oyster beds at Hotel Med
tord. B. B. Hanley and his family spent
Tuesday afternoon la Medford.
James Btakely of Orownvllie, Linn
county, who fought Indians here dur
ing the Rogue River war, Is the old
est registered, voter in Oregon. He
Is' 9 7 ears ot age.
. Diamond Edge tools and cutlery,
picking baskets and ladders. F.
W;' Shanlelgh Hardware, 28 South
Press Woodruff, who Is well known.
to nany residents of Rogue river
valley. Is In San Franciseo again af
ter an extended visit in the east. As
a gloom remover and grief eraser
he shlBes among the profesional en
tertainers of the country.
' Mrs. Eggleston. who has been the
gaet ot Mrs. M. Purdia, her sister,
has left for her eastern home.
Dr. Rickert, eyesight specialist,
A harvest festival will be held at
Weodvllle Saturday, October 5th and
will be an interesting affair.
The county commissioner court
is in session at Jacksonville this
MraVBffie Taj lor has gone to Cor
vallls to be' with her son, Osmun. who
Is attending the O. A C.
Kodak finishing, the best at Wea
ten'eopposite book store. , ,
J. 0, Hamaker, J. D. Seaton and
John Drlscoll of Bonanza, C. C. Pear
son of Dairy and Campbell brothers,
of Lorella and D. F. Drlscoll ot illy
are among residents of Klamath
eoaty who are attending the term
of drcuit. court (a Medford.
Miss' Masten ot Grants Pass vis
ited Medford friends during, the
Oak and hardwood ' 4. '5 6 and fS.OO
peV'eerd! ' Gold Ray Realty Co.,
Sixth and 'Fir. '"' ;
II, Calhon'aad Sv.'Turnbaugn" br
Pkoenl, Slepy brothers of Talent
was 'In Medford Monday, en
to tV!o Vounty-' 8at, ' '
Carkln k Taylor ftbhn it. Carkln.
Olonn O. ThvIotI. ttornt"a..it-lft'
(over Jackson County Dank llulldlng,
D. It. Dodge has rcturncil from his
homo at Akron, Ohio, and will re
main a while.
Homer D. Itambss," a pioneer of
Southern Oregon, visited In Medford
the forepart of the week. He was
greatly surprised at the progress our
city has mado since he was here.
Get Mrs. Reynolds home made
bread at DoVoe's.
T. J. O'Hara and Gcorgo E. Fox
of Central Point precinct were
among those In Medford Tuesday.
A. M. Cannon of Portland Is In
Medford for a short time attending
to hts duties as clerk of the U. S.
district court. He formerly prac
ticed law here.
K. D. Weston, commercial photog
raphern, negatives made any time or
place by appointment Phone M. 1471
J. Robinson, Jr., ot Bend spent a
few days In Medford during the
S. H. Holt and E. P. Hughes, deal
er In real estate at Ashland tarried
a few hours in Medford Monday.
Oysters, we know how to serve
them any style. Hotel Medford.
Frank Lewis and Art 'Nichols ot
Eagle Point were recent visitors in
Mrs. B. T. Van de Car of Salem
Is visiting in Medford, her former
Phone "us your orders for milk,
cream, butter and butermllk. Two
deliverys daily. R. R. Creamery.
1 Mrifrlnita Mccinesi
John I). MeKinucy mul Hottlm
Jl. ,1. Kmrrii'k mul, ltartlm Kver
linrd. 3. 1. 'Grieve mitt iVoiu Sutton.
0. N. Hurnelt nml May l Unuil.
R Kny Ivinpi mul Kvn Lj'tlitml.
I. Ik Cltiitu mut llcssio Pmitlcy.
K. Jt. Holmes nml Mnry ilel'ow-
W. K. Jones nml Kva 0. Nells,
Hurry Iiignihtun nml .Mlibel Sulli
Hen Gentry nml QrnVo Kelly.
Waller llenulon' ami Klixabetli
GeorRc Smith nml ANcc Peek.
W. I. Royal amt Louisa Olson.
James Hoyl ami Lydln Powell.
Will Grissom ami Mitiuie Stiuson.
A. 1 Heinkiii ami Mabel liong.
K. L. Hums ami J I. A. Uoster.
were among the many outsiders in
Lee Black of Foret creek and M.
L. Tempson of Climax were in Med
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hhmi v. w. Wests am
Mrs. J. J. Houch made her former
home la Ashlaud a Visit Tuesday.
Assessor Grieve was over from
Jacksonville Tuesday morning.
The new steel bridge across the
Applegate at "Murphy is nearly fin
ished, two crews ot workmen "being
employed upon it. Tho steel work
Es all in place, and It is expected
that the floor will bo laid and tho
bridge opened to traffic Saturday
night. The timbers front the old
bridge Will be used to Improve the
highway below "Murphy "by bridging
the small stream's between that place
and the mouth of the Applegate.
while some of tho heavier stringers
will go Into a new bridge proposed to
be erected over tho Applegate at
Wis Triable of New York will
demonstrate McCali patterns at
'Meeker's store Friday. All ladies ot
Medford and the valley are invited.
The Medford Hydraulic Cement
Brick and Block "Works specialties
fresh lime, hard burnt clay brick
eemerit brick, ornamental brick for
tfre places, floor tile, cement build
ing blocks, pier and cooping, colmuns,
sills, arches, caps', flower stands and
vases, etc., 10th and Fir St. Phone
Tlie Southern Pacific has estab
lished' two new motor stations on the
line ihlS side of Grants Pass, one be
ing designated at- Colv'lg, opposite
Foots creek, and the other a mile
further this way to be known as
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Abraham of
Thompson creek spent Wednesday in
Mr.' and Mrs.' JbeJ Taylor ot Ash
land spent Wednesday with friends
Harry Williams ot Evans creek Is
In Medford on a short business trip.
Serlff and Mrs. "W. A. Jones spent
Wednesday at Woodville where Sher
iff Jones conducted a land sale.
Mrs. Andrew AV. Teach of Eugene
fs In Medford visiting relatives and
The AV. C, T. U. will meet Thurs
day afternoon at the Methodist tent
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Boyd of
Williams 'Creek are In Medford on a
short business trip.
Dr. Morrison has removed his of
fice from tho St Mark's block to
rooms lll-!13 second floor Garnett
Corey building. ,' 176
Mr, and Mrs. Bert Anderson
motored to Jacksonville Tuesday on
a short business trip.
Mr..and Mrs. B. E. Crane have re
turned from a visit to Crescent City.
"The best show 1 have ever seen."
is the manner In which George Merrl
man of this cky sums up his Impres
sion of the Pendleton show.
Mr. and Mrs. John Doofng "felt
Wednesday morntBg for a visit with
friends and relatives at Corvallls.
Mrs, S. p. Davles of Ashland spent
Wednesday In Medford with friends.
John Hendricks of Griffin creek
was a recent visiter in Medford.
Mack Ailamn vs. S. 11. Spikcr, no
tion for money.
John Suttuu vs. Twohy Pros., ac
tion for daiuaxc;.
RcnruVley & Ony vs. ,1, W. Prem
ier, action to recover munoy.
Pusqual Ysimzn vs. Twohy Bros.,
action for damages.
ii... .i. ..c 1....1.. ...... :n .... it r
ixiur. in wih.iviih uiu 19. ii. it
uotchell ami M. ., ounjr, netioti tu
First State Bank of Kale Point
vs. S. B. Sptkcr, action for money.
Emil Brittnnd Amalia Itritt vs.
II. Holme and S. B. Holme, action
to recover money.
Stntc of Oregon, c. rel J. I. Bee
man -s. K. C. KeUey, et at, action.
"R. K. O'Brien ns aduiiiiistrnlor es
tate of Wm. Carnl Byrne v. Twohy
Bros., action for tlnmny.es?.
S. B. Simmons ns ndiuhiistmtor of
estate of J. Jf. Siminous s. Twohy
Bros., action for dunuiKes.
Laura A. Ryan as mlmiuistratrix
of estate of J. W. Ryan vs. Twohy
Bros., action for damages.
Lixric WaliMile vs. If. K. Wnlole,
suit for divorce.
F. C. Papc vs. X. B. Evans, et u.v,
suit to quiet title.
yt. O. Carton vs. Snmli J. Enlmau,
uit to foreclose inortn;c.
J. T. PcIcm A. P. Estahrook,
et u.v. suit to reform a lecil.
C. Feizuer vs. A. F. Ic Sanlcl, ct
nl," sint to forccloxo mortpns'.
R. II. Robinson vs. Edythe B. Wil
son, suit to foreclose mortjmse.
Tlie Pernoll estate vs. Frank Mis
ter anl,,0. 31. Crouch, suit to forc
Peler Mankins ct at vs. John 31.
Sweeney, ct nl, hiiit to foreclose
Jesse Hoiick vs. Ann E. Coram,
suit tp foreclose mnrtsjajje.
PETIT ON FOR BOURNE
SALKM, Ore, Oct, a. - A potlllon
signed by Ift.OOO otvrs. all tho slnna
tnreij oblnlnml In flvo days, was filed
hero today with Secretary of State
Olcott urging Vnltod States Synator
Jonathan Bourne. Junior, to run for
ro-olectlon on an Independent ttcket
SULZER LEADS DIX
SYRACUSE; N. Y., Oct. 2. Con
gressman William Suher Is lending
Governor Dlx In. tho gubernatorial
nomination race at .the democratic
state convention here today. Taui
many men deny that Charles F. Mur
phy will Interfere at tho last moment.
RUSSIA A PUZZLE
(Continued ttotn pap.o 1.)
uteil lo Oscar UmWwooilV iu-cmmmi-veivtiou
eiiiiii!ui) ami (hut Si'.imluv
Poniovene, a im.iulur Of llux InvcslN
Kallnj: (niumtlloQ coliiu'toil t heavily
from New York fiuulioiors foi Gov
ornoc .linlsim Hariuou'H cnmOainn.
Ho also dhut-KCil Hint "a iiati nunrnl
Penriohlor IMiHtldpliiit'1 nV IH,
OOt) lo GovDrimr WUfonV iuumwimiii
lion , fiht. Wllllum MoAtloo, yt'i
cliainmut of (hn (lomocrallu iiiitloiiul
i'oininllhio lie Haiti, iiImo eoulviliulcd
tiHIU.V 'thoiiMiHhlH. of ilulliU'rt l'' Wil
"Wlimi I col ili'siwuU'ly luu'il mu"
sniil llixou, "I went In IViUIiih. All
lilt I'OHl (if lllO pIlllUOnilH Wlll'0 HU)
the Vilayet, of Salonika sufficient to
forever cut oft Constantinople from
Albania, Monastlr and tho. Turkish
provinces lying to the north.
Although not directly Involved In
tho Balkan affair Italy, from its pres
ent conflict with Turkey, Is expocted
to lend efficient aid to Greece In
sweeping tho Aegean and Ionian seas
of any Turkish vessels. Turkey's
navy at boat Is of little consequence
In the Impending strugglo but tho
Moslem army, fired by fnnntaclsm. Is
one of tho most poworful In tho worl
and desperate battles arc to be ex-
lccted In the Balkan fastnesses be
fore the Turk la beaten even If his
armies aro forced to fight alone
against their ponfedcration of foes.
GAVE A $100,000 APIECE
(Continued from page 1.)
Both Chairman Clapp ami Oliver
objected to reflections of Dixon up
on tho committee but tlie witness wits
irrepressible. Dixon ami Oliver
clashed rejeatelly both flu-hinpr with
anper ami each disrcKanliiij: senator
Ho sa'ul $1300 was jH'nt in New
Jersey ami $2,000 in Indiana but Uint
not Hructin-waoxiendcd in Ohio.
Bison chamedinaf Ryan confrih-
A Wonderful Tonic
That Aids Digestion
TtO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE 115.00 Vacuum Cleauor
at half price, or will trade for rug
or furniture, ?; Weet lib St.
WANTED A second hand rug 12x12
feet. Phone Pacific 4992. 167
Notice Is hereby given that tho
firm of E. A. Heifer &. Co., of Drowns-
boro have dissolved partnership, L.
O. Morey retiring from the firm. All
debts are assumed by E. A. Holfer
and all outstanding accounts should
be paid him.
E. A. HEMJER-,
L. O. MOREY. 1C8
One Dose Makes
All Stomach Distress quickly Ended
With "Papa's DUpeimln."
You don't want a slow remedy
when your stomach Is bad or an un
certain one or a harmful one
your 'stomach Is too valuable; you
musa't Injure it with dractic drugs.
Pape's Dlapcpsln Is noted for It's
speed in giving relief; It's harmless
ncss; It's certain unfailing action In
regulating sick, sour, gassy stom
achs. It's millions of cures n indi
gestion, dyspepsia, gastritis and other
stomach trouble has made It famous
the world over.
Keep this perfect stomach doctor
In your home ke,ep It bandy get
a large fifty-cent caso from any drug
storo and then If anyone Bhould eat
something; which doesn't agree' with
them; It what they cat lays like lead,
ferments and sours and forms gas;
cauies headache, dizziness and anu-
su;. f nictations of 4acid and ,und-
g?Mea iooq rewuqijier ps uu us
Paii c Dlapepsln comes In contact
with the stomach all such distress
vonistes. It's promptness, certainty
and ease in overcoming the worst
stomach-disorders Js a revelation-to
thesp who try It.
Thousands aro unablo to digest
curtain kinds of food. In most cases
It Is not tho fault of tho food, nor
the stomach. It Is probable that the
stomach has been abused. Many re
sort to prc-digested foods and var
ious kinds of medicines to get re
lict from dypcpsla, Indigestion and
heartburn, but without permanent
If your stomach was In perfect
condition, you would not need medi
cine, to digest tho foods you cat.
Jayno's Tonic Ycrmltugo Is n stom
ach regulator. It gets tho stomach
In such a condition thai It will di
gest food without other assistance.
It overcomes tho acidity and stimu
lates tho coating of the stomach and
intestines so that they will proper
ly absorb and assimilate thq nutri
ment from tho food eaten. Suffer
ers from dyspepsia and indigestion
will find permanent relief in a short
time after beginning the use of tho
tonic. For children, tho addition of
a ltltlo sugar will make it most pala
table. Many forms ct supposed Indiges
tion are the result of Intestinal para
sites, for which Janyo's Tonjo Ver
mifugo is unsurpassed. Insist upon
Jayno's; accept no other. Millions
have praised It for more than eighty
years. Sold by druggists every
where, Dr D. Jayne & Son, Phila
Money on hind "at all time?
to loan on improved ranchea
and city property at lowest
rates with 'on or before
Phone 3231 MOQ-O.Bldg
D. CROSSLEY & SONS
80 Franklin fit., New York
' .J. .APPLES and PEAES . . . ,
We have our own bouses in
NKW YORK, fclVKltPOOD, JMNlJo.N AN!) OLASflOW
Direct consignment solicited or see our Rogue' River representative.
CHRIS GOTTLTJEB Medford, Oregon
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Seldom has a national product made the instant and contin
ued success achieved by Gold DnsL This wonderful powder'
was a success from the start, has continued to outsell and
out-work all otherproductsinits class, and is today (although it
has hundreds of imitations) more of a seller ana leader than
ever. Gold Dust has always stood at the head of all cleansers,
and its sales are yearly increasing. That's pretty good evidence
of merit, isnt it?
Gold Dust will clean anything and everything about tho house
s and clean it in less time and with less labor than any other
product. Jtlere s a strong statement,
the. truth of which you can prove
by buying and using one package of
Gold Dust, We simply know that
once you use Gold Dust, you'll never
be without it.
Msss by THE N. K. FA1RBANK COMPANY. Chlesfe
Usa Gold Dust for wshln clollwi
nd dlthvs, scrubbing Hoars, cleaning
woodwork, oilcloth, pilwrwtre aud tin
wure, polishing" brasswork, cleaning;
bathroom pipes, rtfrigarators.ete olt
entng htrd wilcrandraskloglbo finest
"Let the GOLD DUST TWINS do your work,r
Shoe Bargains for Men
All 4.00 Walk-Over Slious (last .sunsuu's stylos)
to elosu out at, pair J?2.98
Shoe Bargains for Women
All &J.50 Laco Shoes, kid or patent, closing out
. yx OFF ON ALL LADIES' SKIRTS
AVo have a beautiful assortment, Jill sizes.
1 - i
Daisy Flannels, white and colors 12
Sale Bed Spreads, fill) sires ........$1.00 and $1.25
Special demonstrator of MeCall Patterns will he
at this store next Friday, October lth. Every lady
should call for the information you will receive
will more than repay you for the time spent.
ATJIe 1 It .
Successors tp Meekers
"For Good Goods"
"THE LONG STORE WITH SHORT PRICES
A Change of Feature
Is ofion vory tlcslrablo. csprclnlly ly
elderly ifok. NothlttK uf(orlB Ihln
cluuiKO liottor, or nlvux n jiorsoii a
)oiiiik nppc'tiraiico ((iilrknr, tlinti u
new set of (colli, should tho natural
ones lio lost. Wo rnii iimku (rum
ten to twenty years dlfforenco to your
ndvnntiiKO, K yon will let iik uttoiid
to your tooth nml uoloct for you u
now not of tho vory heat finality
Mbybo It's wlmt YOU uued.
OTur Danlols for Ouds. PacKlo
I'hono 252K, Home Vhonn .U2-K
Wi: WIMi MAIIi VOU ft
for each aot ot old PnUo Tooth Rent
ui. Highest price pnld (or old Gold,
Silver, old WAtolioi, llrokon Jowolry
aod I'rocloun Htoncs.
Monoy Sent tiy Itoturn MU.
1'lilln. HmcltliiK .Ni IleflnltiK Cottipnny
EttablUliod 2Q Yoar
ma aiwtiiitt St., IMillmlulpliln, V.
We will buy your Gold FlilttRi.
(laid Scrap. And l'latltiuni. Hlghost
Steam and Hot Water
All Work OimruutMa '
COFFEEN &: PRICE
9 Howard Block, XnUlac on th It.
clIto B 031. Mom . f
Wo furry r vry oomnUto linn ot
IrnprrUif. Inro ourtuliiB, rivluron. ota,
and Ou all oliuti(i of unliotHterlnir. A
ltcul mun to took ufior thla work
oxoluitlvoly unit will Klvo u ,koui1
Ml-vlee R ik MjHHiibio to Kt Jaovn
th larcrtt olIUs.
Weeks k McOowan Co.