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HEDPGTOMAID TRIBUNE, MEDFOMD, ORN00N, SATURDAY, OCTOmaR'fMl912.
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I ;;1 MSGKINES GIVEN
p. ; IW .LIBRARY
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MVOfclTE IN WOMAN'S
ThetU library Is making up its
lint o(Jaiu(ftzlHtM (or next year ami
Iirh already had offers of the follow-
Atnferlcan Century, Cosmopolitan,
Graf twnan, K vorybody'u, ilarpor'a
MonUily;,,' Mrs, P. J. Noft; Ilarpor'a
Weekly, Mrs. I. E. Williams; Inde
pendent', 'Ladles' Home Journal, Mrs.
H. AV.'ulJegran;. LUorary Digest, Mc
Cluro, Mrs. f, J. N'eff; Munse;, Mrs.
K. Wf ,MUogran; Online, Mrs.
I. K. Williams; Outlook, Mrs. F.. E..
Merrick; Popular Mechanics, Mrs. II.
C.-JoyJ Review of Reviews, C. M.
EurIIsIi; Saturday Uvenlng Post, J.
O. Painter; Scientific American, Mrs.
E. AWLUJesran; World's Work, Mrs.
II. C. Joy.
In addition, to thest), the Survey
and tho Youth's Companion have
been given this year and will prob
ably bo continued, althouugh the lib
ra rj has not been definitely advised.
If there are other magazines taken
by Individuals who do not caro to
keep them permanently, that can bo
brought reRnluarly to tho library
they will bo appreciated. Any such
gifts will extend the library's fund
for the purchase of other magazines.
Tho following list includes the
periodicals talcen this year, together
Hvith a few ti Is desired to add:
American 'Boy, American City, Ar
chitectural' Record, Atlantic, Better
Fruit, Bookman. Boston Cooking
School Magazine, Collier's, Country
Xlfo In America, Current Literature,
Delineator, Education, Engineering
Magazine, Garden Magazine, Harp
er's Bazaar, Good Housekeeping,
Good Roads, illustrated London
News, International Studio, Irriga
tion Age, Lire, Mining and Scientific
Press, Musician, Nation, National
Geographical Magazine, North Amer
ican Review, Public Libraries, Rella
lilo Poultry Journal, St. Nicholas,
School Arts Book, Scrlbner's, Sunset,
Theater, Travel, Woman's Home
Anyone who wishes to give a sub
scription to tho library, or who will
bo responslblo for tho delivery dur
ing tho year of ono of his own mag
azines may call or telephone during
tho nexjfew ,days,
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Mv!j6 MA.IJ6ARLT CVfitTO,
Prominent women golfers from all
over the country will tako part In
I ho eighteenth national championship
tournament, which will be held on tho
links of the Essex County Club, Man
Chester, Mass early in Octobcr.vMlss
Margaret Curtis, who won tho title a
year ago at Baltusrol, has entered into
this competition, and many of her
friends predict that she will again
catty o(t the honors.
FROM THE AMENT DAM
Kleciricnl current generated nl the
Golden Drift dam and supplied to
the city' of Grants Pass at a rate
of two cents per kilowatt hour is the
proposition which Geo. E. Sanders
offers to the city of Grants Pass.
In submitting the proposition, Mr.
Sunders goes into local conditions a
they uffect the light and water (serv
ice 'to home extent and ndds that if
thoicity is in earnest in its desire to
own its light and water systems, and
supply the serviep to the people at
cost, ho is in a position to bo of ns
fcistauco, and the proposition which
hoinnlccs is that new conditions may
be immediately available.
STRONG BILL AT ISIS
, THEATRE TO CLOSE WEEK
Tho week-end bill at this popular
theater is by far tho best of any of
tho Mcdford theaters. Heading tho
bill aro Pltsor and Dayo. Their
clever character impersonations and
singtug and dancing is tho talk of
theatergoers. An excellent picture
program, headed by a clever Bio-
graph drama, "A Child's Remorse,"
showing a "thrilling rescue with the
aldtof two racing motorhoats, is oas-i
lly tho best of the week. "The Girl
in the Cupola," a Sellg spellbinder,
which breathlessly hold tho attention
of tho entire audlcnco from start to
'finish. But the real treat of tho eve
ning was given us by that 4375 per
week star, John Bunny. "Suing Su
san" was the vehicle, and it sure
brought down tho house. Photog
raphy in those pictures was excellent,
projection tho very best.
EVELYN TRUE TO
OMAHA, Neb., OcU 5. That sho
does not want a divorce, but will
await tho liberation ot Harry K.
Thaw and then return to him, Is tho
assertion hero today of Evelyn Ncsblt
Thaw, who is en route to Southern
California for the Winter.
"Tho report that I am going to
Reno for a divorce Is absolutely with
out foundation," declared Mrs. Thaw.
"I propose to stand by Harry to the
Harry K. Thaw is confined In the
Mattowcan Insane Asylum where he
was sent after the murder of Stand
ford White In New York.
AMOY, China, Oct. 5. Unless his
demands lor 3315;00Q from the au
thorities are met. General Pung, to
day is said to havo threatened to
sacrifice European lives to Foo
Chow. General Pung lias 20,000
mutinous troops to back up his de
mand. A forco of 5,000 government
troops is marching from Manking to
meet the rebels.
KING AND QUEEN DANCE
IN HIGHLAND COSTUME
POSSES IN PURSUIT OF
. ARKANSAS TRAIN ROBBERS
FOHT SMITH, Ark., Oct. G.
3'osscs are today pit the trail of
three masked bandits who held up
and roBbd a northbound Kansas
City Southern passenger (rain three
jiiilcs noillieast of I'oteuu, Olda. The
bandits after blowing open (uo safes
in the express oar, rilled the regis
tered mull bngo, fftcnpinc; witli a
large, quuiitfly of loot.
BUMPBER ORANGE CROP
FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
J,OS ANGELKS, Qct. 5.A bump,
ciyfmuigo crop is predicted for soutli
ri 'California today following the
hoary rains which liavo prevailed
.(liKOUxlunit ho state for the past
r ilhrtf dwy. It is estimated that this-
)iWttp'wH fdiip 21,200,01)0 boxes of
OnUUIMU IVUUlUff "I'll LMUlieullH (111
LONDON', Oct. .I. Kin- George
and Queen Mary slept late today fol
lowing a ball given b.v them at Dul
nioral Castle last night to tho ten
ants of their estate. The ball was
of a Highland character, the king
wearing Highland kills and the cucu
wearing clan tartan. The king and
queen led the grand march through
a double line of Halmoral Highland
ers, , ,
The queen danced evcrv number
on the program, graciously distribut
ing her, fnyors.nmojig (he tenants.
THREE MASKED MEN
ROB A NARKANSAS TRAIN
FORT SMITH. Ark., Oct. 5.
Three maskod men held up and rob
bed tho north-bound Kansas City &
Southern passenger train No. 4 three
miles northeast of Poteau, Okla., to
night, and af(or opening wo safes
In tho express car with nitroglycer
ine, obtained a largo quantity of
loot, including the registered mail.
The train was brought to a halt
near Poteau by the application of air
brakes. Simultaneously tho two rob
bers mado their appearance In tho ex
press and baggage car and forced the
express mcusengor, baggageman and
conductor behind a pile of trunks and
applied explosives to the safes, while
another bandit stood guard outside.
When entrance was forced to tho
safes tho .men gathered all tho val
uables In a gunuysack and after In
timidating tho clerks in tho mail car
added all tho registered mall In sight
to tho loot. They espaped to the,
mountains. The passengers were not
WIS WIMj MAUj IfOU $1
tor oach set of old False Tooth sent
us. Highest prices paid for old Gold,
Silver, old Watches, Broken Jewelry
and Precious Stones.
Money Sent by Return Mall.
Phlla. Smelting & Iteflnlug Company
Established 20 Year
863 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pm.
Wo will buy your Gold Filings,
Cold Scrap, and Platinum. Illghoat
RATE:: ON WATER
GRANTS l'ASS, Ot. fi -After
luuitu; landed u solar plexiw blow on
tho rates that can be charged b.
public son ico eorpwnUoui for clec
iiy for light and imwer within the.
city of Grants Puss the council has
now tnkett a rap at water rale", and
im ordinance passed i(t tho vvgulnr
Thursday night session of tho mu
nicipal legislatures inndo radical ro
dticiious nil down tho Hue.
The object of the ordinance is to
establish maximum rates for wutor
for household, domoth u-o and me
chanical purposes, and for Ihe test
ing of water meters furnished to con
sumers. Maximum rates were estab
lished making tho ehnrge for 0,1)00
or less gallons used per mouth cot
the consumer fifty cents, the rate
charged al present being $1.00. For
quantities over the ,000 gallons, tho
rate fixed i eight cents for each 1,
000 gallons up to 20,000, and live,
cents per 1,000 above 20,000 gallons.
The ordinance also provides that
the water company shall furnUh nnd
maintain free of charge, accurate
water meters, mid shall bring the
water to the property line of tho
persons who apply for its me.
BARK PROFIT FOR
YEAR 37 SIMEONS
SALEM, Ore., Oct. ,V The minial
report of the Rogue River Valle.v rail
rwid company, as submitted to the
ttato railroad commission, sluw
the company's net operatiug income
for the year was $37.SH. Its ojxnit
ing revenues were $lo,UGS.tt0, nnd iK
operating expenses wore $15,2(17.3',
nd its taxes -.vere $003.17.
SUICIDAL PRINCE BARRED
FROM UNITED STATES
NEW YORK, Oef. 5. Ileemiho he
attempted suicide last Jul. Prince
Ludobio Pignatelli d'Arogon, son if
the pretender to the Spanish throne
is today debarred from entry into
the United Statts.
The prince, who arrived on tho
steamship Franc, is held by the im-
migration authorities on Ellis Island
awaiting a disposition of his case.
ATTEMPT TO BURGLARIZE
THE L0UNSBERRY HOME
Burglars Thursday night attempt
ed to enter the homo of Mrs. Wells
Lounsborry near Central Point, and
the nttempt was followed up liy an
and End Catarrh
If you really want to get rid of vile
Catarrh why not give Booth's HYO
MKI treatment a fair trial.
Chas. Strang is authorized to re
fund your money If you think you
have not been benefited, and on that
basis every Catarrh victim in Mcd
ford ought to start to banish Catarrh
this very day.
HYOMEI Is a soothing, healing an
tiseptic air mado from Australian
KuealyptUK and other antiseptics; it
kills Catarrh germs and contains no
poisonous drugs. Simple IriHtruc
tions for use In each package. Coru-
pleto outfit, f 1,00; extra bottles, DO
Medford Real Estate
& Employment Agency
20 acres, 4 miles out from town,
10 acres cleared, small houso, IS
acres can bo cultivated, price $1,000.
1C0 acres with water right, largo
house, closo to town, R. V. D. every
day and telephone, price $3,000.
147 acres, 12 miles out, 55 acres la
cultivation, 5 room house and largo
barn, $7,500 or will trade for city
80 acres, 12 miles out, no Improve
ments, all good soli good for grain or
fruit, prlco $25 per acre.
5 acres Improved, 2 miles out,
tools, .chickens go with tho placo at
Wo havo all .kinds of bargains.
country and city homes bo sure and
co mo and sco us beforo you buy.
Wo want some good city property
to trado for acreage.
GIrl and women for general houso
work In and out of city.
laborers, ranch hands.
.MRS. EMMA BITTNER
Phono 4141; Home, 4.
Opposlfo Xiisli HoU'l
IOOMS.O nd 7, VAWlMtQQK,
effort on tho part of tho prowlers to
forco Into tho houso of Mr. I-Jhorly, a
neighbor. Deputy Sheriff Hhonror
whs sent to Investigate, hut found uo
clues. It Is thought thnt tho maraud
ers were uiplor tho Iniprcttnlou that
no onu Was at homo, tin they huvilo so
inlich nolso that thoy ftttrnotml peo
ple qulttt a dUttinco away, Nothing
wuh stolon. , ,
Avoid Jmpum milk
for Infants and Invalids
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H O K JL I C IV S
It means the Ofciiial nnrfi Gehuine
Th Food-Drink for all Acs
Rich milfc, malted grain, in poNvdcr form. More 'hcaJthful than tea or coffee.
For infants, invalids and growing children. AgTcci with the Wcakett digc'icn.
Pure nutrition, upbuilding the wjiolc body. K?CP on y0" wleboArd at home.
Invigorates mining mother and the aged. A quick lunch prepared in "a minute.
MT Take no substitute. Ask f or HORLICK'S.
HORLICK'S Contains Pure Milk
When rough, high" proof, strong
whiskey begins to tell on you -When
your nerves and stomach commence
"calling for help" try a little Cyrus
It is mild in character aged in wood an
charred barrels blended and re-aged in
steam-heated warehouses. ,
This gives it that palatable, enjoyable'
flavor peculiar to it its mellowness its
D. CROSSLEY & SONS
SOtFraaklln St., Ncit York
APPLES and PEARS
Wo havo our own houses In
XEW VOUK, LIVKKPOOL, LONDON AND GLAHflOW
Direct consignments sollcltod or see our Rogue Hlvcr representative
CHRIS GOTTLIEB Medford, Oregon
Anything you buy from us in the Gro
cery line will bo right. Our Bakery De
partment is a source of pride to us
Allen Grocery Co.
20 f Reduction on
On account of Improved liu'Uiotls of manufacture
the price of Tungsten Lamps has been reduced as
follews: , '
Size ' . ,
15 ' 12
20 . 16
25 t 20
40' : '32
The, old style carbon type ,16 candle power lamp
uses 56 wafts' per hour. The new Tungsten lamp
of the same fffanUlc power usesONIJY 20JVATT
PKR HOUK. ' .
You can save money on your light bills by using
'. 216 West Main Str::t.
Both Phones, '
Sold by first-clnsu ilcnleri ll over the wotld,
W. J. Van Sohuyvor & Oo.( Qonoral Agents, Portland;
APPLES APPLES APPLES
Do You Want to Sell?
What norts nnd qunntlttos, nud what prlcoT Wo nro not tend
erlntf for nnybody'rt fruit. .
Do you want to conalRn and chanco tho markotT ConauU its
and wo will nlvo, you iiuotutlonn. I ovory caso wo iwnd tho aellora ,
nto not. N Now York wo uio our own sale note, and do not bate
apples sold by miction.
H. N. WHITE & CO.
76 Parle Placo New Yorlc
Two Lots, 50x117, Queen Anno Addition
Water, sewer, pavement and sidewalks in, alley
in rear; best two lots in the addition.
Ono Lot, 75x120, East Main Stroot
Water, sewer, pavement, alley i" rear.
Five-room house and lot, Kenwood avenue
Concrete foundation, plastered, wired and plumb
ed, lot 135 feet deep, half block Fourth street
pavement, high ground.
Lot South Oakdale 60x175, all improvements
in, adjoins Howard property, faces Dakota avonuo,
alley in rear.
Seven acres, V miles north of Mod ford on Cen
tral Point, macadam, ditch across highest part.
Any of tho above properties can bo purchased at
exceptionally low prices and terms to suit pur
chaser. MEDFORD BOOK STORE
Nearly a quarter of a century undor tho samo
Jackson County Bank
It has succeeded becauso of
Soundness of prinoiplo
Economy of management
Safety of investment
Courteous and liberal treatment
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $175,000.00
W. I. Vawter president (1. R. Lindley, Vice Prcs.
C. W. McDonald, Cashier
If you are looking for an efficient foncc a fouco
suitable for many difforent purposes
will supply your needs
y'twjYMi'i''"" '""-''''- """'
Page Rabbit Proof Fence is practical, economical
aw absolutely rabbit proof , ,
You want the BEST WE HAVE IT
Wo furnish man and tools and assist in tho erection
of evory rod of Page Fence without extra cost to you.
Yow and Cedar Posts; always on hand
Gaddis c& Dixon
"The Page Fence Men"
Distributors Northern California and Southern
Main Office Medford, Oregon
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