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MEDFORD MATT TRIBUNE, OTDFORD. RBfJON. MONDAY. OCTOBER 7, 1912.
B SHOP SCADD NG
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THE MILLIONAIRE AND THE TELEPHONE GIRL IN "BOUGHT AND PAID FOR."
, Thi) Iti. IUiv. ChurlcM HuhIiIIiik I),
I). HIhIioii of OiuKOU, nnlvml In MoiU
ft) nl on Hultirilny, nml pi viivltuil twlco
)'i'MUnliiy In Hi. Mark's church, llo
1 Hiol(o of til foiidiii'Hrt for, mill Imlluf
In Mi'ilfonl, nml tint mmiy Improvo
iiiuiiU notlcimlilu since hi hut vIhU,
mid hiiIiI It witH it pli'iiHiirn to nolo tlm
oiiIIiiiIkiii mnl Inltlnlho or tlm pon
plo, lln Imlltixnl (Iio "boom" vml
"hot nlr" periods, which aro tlm
"Kroulim imlim" or it Hinitll (own, tiro
now ovor, nml ilntt Mudford wiih
HtilldiiU ii Hluaily coiini'rviitlvn Kiilt.
(lltlllll) (llllllll I'llllllH'tl
"Our I'liurcli liuro" until tlio bishop
"Ih not mi rIioiih ns It iihoiilil ho, hut
i uro mowing, mo iiuuil (ho huiiiii
i'IiIIiiihIhniii In litit lilhiK np t ho relit,'
loim llfo of tlm roiniiitiiilty iih lit itn
K'lupllIK Iih coiiiiiidico. Wo liavo
plmiH ror tlm fliii-si (lotlilo mIoiio
i'liurcli In Ori'Kou. Tlm foiinilittloiiK
hit vij lii'im Mull laid, nml iih coon nn
suffliloul iiiouiy U NiibkcrllMHl w
xhiill roinplcti! Um Htfiictiirr. This
will roHt at leiut $10,000 anil will
firently mid (o thu hi-uiity of Iho
city."
Illnhop HrnililliiK'N duties tnld) him
Into all purls or Weslorii OroKoli, nud
hint nioiith hn went to l.'nNtoru Ore
i;on Mhrru ho ntloiidud tlio couvmi
tlou or thu Cuutral Oregon Develop
itirut Limikiio nt l.nltuvlow. hi cone
pniiy with President Korr of the
Aurlrtittiirnl coIIoku, Hill llnuloy of
DurnH, C. C Chapman, secretary or
tlio Portland coiumorclitl club, nml
othtir hiiflnoHM iniin or Portland,
itlshop Ucnililltitt went by motor car
from Tln Dnlh'M to I'rlncvllU, Lalto'
liiw, Klmnnth Kail nml llund nml
nt all thu niiiiiII town tlio party wan
rccolvcil by representative- rnncluim
and loin I commercial clubs, nml
ninny kooiI npffclipn worn niado,
1 Mop AM KtioikltiK
"Thu hunt ndvurtlnumcnl Oregon
tan Iiavv." Kuld Illnhop BcAddliiK, "Ik
a woll ilcMtlopcd, proiipcrotiH state,
and agriculture) Is thu Krcntunt fnc
. tor In iliHolopiniiiit. I wiih urrntly
lmpro-iad with two (IiIukm evident
In our Inland umpire -tlio KrowliiR
iiplrlt of co-oporallon anionic tlio
ranchers, and mnll towns, l ho ox
"pri'Mcilfili'jlro lo stop nil knocklnK"
mid to net together nml pull together
for Ilia kooiI or nil, No ntuto needs
thin moro than Oregon at thu present
lliiio, and thu til u rrh needs It an woll
an Ihn Hlaln. Thu second IIiIiik that
ImproMird mo was the courage of tlio
people In tho Hugo briuh land. It
requires dtttnriitlimtloii, dtwKndiiea
mid hard woik to InKo a Hcctlon or
hiiro liriiMh country and iniiko It ralHo
cropa, Thin our poopln In I.'natorn
On-Koii haw doito by dry fnriiiliiK;
mid or rotimo wlioro It lo poaalblu to
Kot wator on that olcauto atli, alfnl
fa mid otlinr crop am tnruo
Ori'Koti I'lrxt UN .Motto
"I wtin luiproiiiiiiil with thu plu
did work which our AKrluultiiral col
li'KD lit iIoIiik at Um tlouiotiHlrntlon
ranu at MoIoIIuh. i:un furinorn
noril to learn how, and upto-iluto,
Ni'liiutlfU' fn nil I iik'. iitich nn In bohiR
taiiKht at tho Awrloult ural tolloKo,
mid at tliolr duiuomitrntlou oxporl
iiiuutal raruiH can Kroatly InoroiiHo tho
production or uxUiIiik farniH. Tho
old'Mtylu farini'r In untiirally cou
mrviitlvo, mid niiiul ho nhoun In or
dor to bo coiivlui'iiil that McliuitUlu
fa rut lit 14 kIvcm tho bout roHiillu, ami to
do t li Ih. dituioiiHirnllon tiiruiH nhoiild
bo plaicd at Important contort! all
ovur tho Hlutc. Illnhop Paddock,
who Ih tho KpUcopul IIUIiop of Hast
orn UriiKou, and I attoiidcd nearly
all tho mooting!! of tho Ioiikuu nt
l.akovlaw and thon wont to Klmnath
Kall utiil Crattir l.ako.
"Tlio trip throiiKh KiiHturu OruRon
I. JXJJ !-) IJ--1 JL-L.1-1 J I 1 I H. . ! Ull HIIKIII '"r '!""
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DELIGHTFUL
VALLEY IKE SEN
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NninliiK ilia Horiio lllvcr vnlloy one
J of Ilia most iIollKlilful plncc hIio ha
over bcoii, I)r, Anna Hlutw on watur
ilay ovcultiK clmttcd for aovoral mom
ents rfgnrilliiK tlm ImprcRRlomt Mho
had received while here, and did not
hcsltato to Mpcak wordM of hlKhenl
pralHo for ltd people, nml It a Koncrnl
itttractlvcucsii.
"I am very Horry Hint I cannot
tarry here longer," Mated Dr. Hhaw,
"for thlH Ih certainly a delightful ipot
but 1 m tint hasten on ror I have
much work to do. Tho valley is In
deed very attractlvo and Its well tilled
orchards and woll kept homes tcstl
flcii to a IiIrIi citizenship surely you
nro koIdk to let jour women vote."
Dr. Hhaw was asked concerning
'her political beliefs.
"You must excuse mo on that
point," was her reply, "I am Just a
Hiiffrngist. I am not wise enough to
bo a republican, not hopeful enough
to be a democrat, not dreamer
enough to be a progressive, not rabid
enough to be a socialist and not
sober enough to be a prohibitionist
So I am a suffragist only."
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BOUGHT AND
PAD
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GUARANTEED
Waller U MrCiillum, manager
or the .Moil ford Theater Ih In rerclpl
of a letter from l.cninlor Itlchardnon,
In charge of tho publicity administra
tion or William A llrady. the Now
egltlmato
York producer of llouglil and Paid production,
Tor" which will appear Tuesday
evening at tho Mcdford. In tho let
ter SI r. KklinriUoii says:
"MrV Urady has taken the greal
est of pains In organizing tho com
pany' "Uoughl and Paid Kor."
Kvnry member or thu "Uooglit and
Paid For" cast that Ih to visit your
city actually has played ror several
weeks or tho original run (now in Its
second. jear) at Mr. Ilrady's play
house in New York, so Hint this Is a
Now York company ami
'.Mr. Dratly has empowered mo to
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ENTERED
The office of the Producer Fruit
company in tlii city was entered
Saturday night by uukonn parties
xvho removed it screen from u win
dow to cain entrance. Nothing of
value was secured.
During- the tame eveniug a ware
house further south was entered but
nothing taken of any value.
Simple Mixture Helps
Mcdford People
That alranln rpmoilloH nrf limit has
glvo you 1.1s personal guarantee Uat'aa,n bccn provoDt u D. 1Ia8k,n8,
this attraction Is strictly first clasa
In every particular ud (it to bo pro
seated to tho most critical and fas
tldioua audiences. Ho invites you to
telegraph him nt his expense if there
Is anything no matter how trifling
that can bo round fault with this
organization. I beliovo this is the
rirst rase on record where n produc
ing manager has guaranteed tho
quality or his attraction.
drugist, reportB that many Medford
people aro receiving- QUICK benefit
from simple buckthorn bark, gly
cerine, etc., as mixed in Adlor-I-ka,
the German appendicitis remedy. A
SINGLE DOSE! helps tour stomach,
as on tho stomach and constipation
INSTANTLY becauso this simple mix
ture antisepticizes the dlgestlvo or
gans and draws ofr the Impurities
L. O. Hasklns, druggist.
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OFFICIAL PROGRAM FOR
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was Inspiring mid delightful, hut I
am glad to bn bnck among tho hills
mid oreliiiulu of Houthurn Orogon
ami 0Mii'clully In .Modfonl and tlio
Itoguii Ittvor vnlloy. tho beauty spot
or Oregon, "Orugoit First" Ih iiny
motto,"
BIG BAHBEULIE
AI EM GROUNDS
Thu harhoiiuu, poltlcal round up.
uiul rnulng moot urrungud by A, IC.
Ware at tho fnlr groundH TuoBilny
will open at 11 o'ulook when tho bur
liijiiiio luncheon will bo ready to Horvo
to tho grautl Btand. Shortly after
jioou A. K. WW"" will Hlrt tho spottk
lug and will ho followed by J. Frank
Ilurko of Portland, roprouautltiK thu
Hull Mooho nml II. I.uu Pngot re pro
Homing tho prohlbltlonlBtH, Tho
loptillllcanH mul iloiuoeriitB will not
ho roproHontod,
At 'JiUO o'oloelt tlio ratling moot
will optm. A splendid curd liua boon
urrauged,
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BARBECUE and POLITICAL ROUND-UP
Jackson County Fair Grounds, Medford
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8th, 1912
1 1 o'clock A. aI. lJarbccuc Luncheon ready to scpvo at Grand Stand, 25 cents.
12::() o'clock Opening i'cniMi'ks by Manager Ware who will read tho now famous Portlaud latter ox
plaining why the Kcpubliuan Parly has no representative to speak at tho debate.
12.'J5 Political debate, Ion. .T. Frank Burko of Portlhnd, the representative sent by tho Progressive
Party aid who may botho Progressive Candidate tor United States Senator to succeed ITon. Geo
K, riiamljerlain when his term e.)ires, Ir. Hurke is one of the finest speakers in tho state, so good
in fact that all the othov,)arties but one have no one to match Burke so will not be represented.
lion. B. I.ee Paget will represent the Prohibition Party and as ho is one of the candidates for United
States Senator who is oubto win and not afraid of the great and only Senator Bourne the public is
assured of a rare treat, p- t
2:!()-Tho big 2:15 Trot, milChoats, for purse of $120.00 divided in the most novel plan yet tried out,
to wit: $10 to winner ofieach half mile, $7.50 to second horse each half, and $2.50 to the third horse
each half. '
Kntries -1. Unimak, br. h. JvlcKinnoyt owners Woolf and Ware. (Ware, driver).
2. David llarum, bTh,' by Caution, owner, Dr. Holms. (Helms, driver).
J). Lady Sunrise b. m by Sunrise, owner. A. ICWniv. (Brimmer, driver).
Dr. Helms not hjn ing time to prepare his horse formile heats mil only try to win the first half mile of
each heat. This will bethe best trotting race evor scon in Southern Oregon as the three horses are
so closely matched for speed that no one not eveu their Owners can tell 'which ono can win. Lady
Sunrise has i. record oil &UM., Uninmk 2:22i., David llarum 2:29-4, half mile record 1:09.
EntN).2.ThepaceivVlbiali,('eord2:19,,ch.g.,' owned by .loim Sheridan, Scott Woolf. Dr. Helms
and Alike Uanley, will go two exhibition half Juile heats paced by tho runuor. Jack Kcrtoll.
Event No. H. Novelty Kunjialf mile dash for purse of $75.00 divided as follews: $30 to winner first quar
ter, $30 to winmfr of half mile, $5 lo second horse at first quartor, $10 to second horse at half mile.
No entrance fee and any runnor U tho country can start. "We have Jissuranco of at least three of tho
fastest running huittcsjgjjtljo county being entered. ; Q, , '
Invent No. 'I. Pony race for ponies 14 hands or under, VI mile, ub'.outvunco fee. Purse $25.
L Ladies can rido if they wish. W
ONLY25c ADMISSION UP TO 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
After .12 o'clock admission will bo 50c no other charge of any kind. , Graiid Stand and Bleaehors and
Contor Iflold all freo after you got in. l .
Tho luncheon will bo 25c prplatQ sorvod in tho pavilliou at 11 o'cloqk.
Wo also pledge oursolvos toWwnro, fair and respootful hearing to nirspoakors who may coino to repre
sent their respective parties fnltho big debate.
A. K. WARJE, Manager and Lessee
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MAKES
A LASTING CURE
Not only IU provn ability to our, but Its absolute mtttf m a rmw4yt
had mads 8. S. S. the most oxtennlvely ttMd o( nil maltoln ta th Ut
mit of Contagious Blood Poison. Unlike tlm strong mtasraj mixture,
wbloh temporarily remove the outward symptoms attd shut the diMMt up
In the system, there to carry on Its destructive work en the deilefte d -vital
organs, S. 8. 8. strikes directly nt the root, and by purifying the bleed
of every trace of the virus, completely and permanently cures the trouble.
B, S. 8. Is Nature's blood purifier, harmless In lta aotlon and certala A M
Reed results. It is made from a combination of roots and herbs, eaeh of
which has a definite and specific action in purifying the blood. Years were
spnt in selecting and proportioning tho different ingredients, but wht
B. S. 8. was .perfected ft soon demonstrated its superiority over all ether
blood medicines, and now, after 40 years, it is still tho one aci only aertatn
cure for Contagious Blood Poison, while driving out the poison from the
circulation 8. 8. 8. builds up and strengthens tho system by its fine vegetable
tonlo effects. If you are suffering with Contagious Blood Poison 8. 8. 8. is
your most certain reliance, and because of its freedom from mercury,
potash or any other mineral, it is absolutely safe for every one, Heme
treatment book with valuable suggestions and any medical adviee sent free
to aU who write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLAJTA, 0
Medford Opera House
Tuesday, October 8
WILLIAM A. BRADY, Ltd., PresnU
BOUGHT
The Greatcnt Play
of tlio day
AND
Gcersj Broadhwrsi
PAID FOR
DIEECT PROM A YEAR'S RUN AT WILLIAM A.
BRADY'S PLAY HOUSE, NEW YORK CITY.
It has the "punch." Big, throbbing, ml.
S. P. Chronicle
Seats on sale Saturday, October 3. Prices, $1.50, 81.00, and 00 ccats.
Established 1S78
FRUIT
Incorporated 1904
D. GROSSLEY SONS
Commission Merchants
BMFnmkUa St., Mew York
Oh Specialty
APPLES and PEARS
We have onr own houses la , ,
NEW YORK, LIVERPOOL, LONDON AND GLASGOW
Direct consignments solicited or see our Rogue River renreeetaMve.
CHRIS GOTTLIEB Medford, Oregon
APPLES
APPLES
APPLES
Do You Want to Sell?
What sorts and quantities, and what price? We are not tend
ering for anybody's fruit.
Do you want to consign and chance the market? Consult hs
and we will give you quotations. I every case we send the sellers
sale not. N New York we use our own sale note, and do sot have
apples sold by auction.
HN. WHITE CO.
76 Park Place Now York
FOR SALE
Two Lots, 50x117, Queen Anne Addition
Water, sower, pavement and sidewalks in, alloy
in rear j best two lots in the addition.
One Lot, 75x120, East Main Strest
Water, sewer, pavement, alley in 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 G0xl75, all improvements
in, adjoins Howard property, faces Dakota avenue,
alloy in rear.
Seven acres, 1 miles north of Medford-on Gcn
tral Point macadam, ditch across highest part.
Any of the above properties can bo purchased at
exceptionally low prices and terms to suit pur
chaser. MEDFORD BOOK STORE
Nearly a quarter of a century under the same
management
the
Jackson County Bank
Medford, Oregon
It has succoeded becauso of
Soundness of principle
Economy o management
Safety of investment
Courteous and liberal trqatmont
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CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $175,000.00 1$
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W. I. Vawter .President G, R. Liydloy, Viqe Vxm
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