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flfEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, .MEDFOJUV OUEOON", FRIDAY. OCTOBER 31. li)12.
OF PORTLAND TO
OPEN HOUSE HERE
,Tho growing Importance ot Med'
ford AS ' distributing center for
Southern Oregon and Northern Cali
fornia Is ahown by the action of Iho
Mason-Erdnian company ouo of the
largest .wholesale grocery firms of
Portland In securing quarters bore
for the opening ot a branch whole
sale grocery house. The company
will begin operations as soon as the
quarters secured are renovated nnd
remodeled for the needs of their
The Tvarohduso property of P. Oa
senbruggo of this city lias been se
cured and Is now being fitted with
all modern conveniences, Including
shipping platforms, elevators, a large
basement and the like. The build
ing Is 60 by 100 and will bo en
larged as needed.
Med ford's stragcttc position as the
trade center of Southern Oregon and
Northern California has long been
acknowledged by the business In
terests of the northwest but prohi
bitive freight rates and discrimina
tion in favor of Portland have kept
wholesale firms for the most part
from' Medford. Seven different
wholesale houses however have sig
nified their intention of establish
ing branches here if the rate bill ini
tiated by the Medford Traffic Bu
reau passes at the next general election.
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I tUD ANDERSON I
LADIES NOT IS
dOK it mm
PORTLAND, Oct 11. The lum
ber manufacturers of the northwest
arc today preparing a protest to the
interstate commcrco commission
nRaiiibt the proposed, plans of the
llarriman roads to close the Salt
Lake gateway. This would prohibit
the movement of lumber from Ore
rou, Washington and Idaho over the
Denver and Rio Grande to Denver
and the cast.
The lumbermen claim it would be u
bertens blow to the industry, and
would enable southern manufactur
ers to compete successfully with the
local producers in the territory of
SWIMLEY OF ASHLAND NOW
HOOD RIVER, Or., Oct. 11. The
Mxty-fotirih minimi convention of
the Congregational churches of the
btutc of. Oregon gathered at the Riv
erside church yesterday nftemoou
for organization. Rev. W. A. Swim
lo" of Ashland was elected moderat
or; Rev. I F. Shrock, "vice modera
tor; Rev. F. C. Butler of Hubbard,
hccretarv. There arc 7." delegut;
prcsont, representing 33 of Hie
churches of the state. The reports
thus far made indicute a large
growth in the meruber&lnp of the
churches throughout the ritate. Ti5
trcabnrer'8 report fchows a bulntw
of cuhh on baud fiom previous con
ventions. The women of tho Hiver
fetdo church fecrved a complimentary
dinner in the church -nrlors last ev
cuiug, which was attended by the
delegate and frieds of the church.
Itev. J. J. Staub, D. D., of Portland,
preached u bcnnon in the evening.
Tho services of today uro a busi
ness frerision in the morning followed
by tho dibciih&iou of topics of gener
al church intercut.
"Bud' Anderson (scheduled to box
Danny O'Brien in tho most important
bout of his career next Wednesday
ACM CAMPAIGN BY
TlmrMlny night was ''Undies night"
t Klks Imll. Three humtrtnl fifty
Klks nlul their Indies were, present
nnd enjoyed the hospitulity of the
local lodge, which enjoys well
earned rvputntion Tor hospitality nnd
for being able lo provide the hoht m
the line of entertainment. The pro
gram of Inst night was undoubtedly
the very best Hint the local lodge tin
There uro few if uny frntemnl or
g(nirntions in the statu that can
boast of the theatrical talent in (he
membership of the local lodge of
KIkh and at Hie feocuil gathering Inst
evening every liumbei' on the program
was rendered faultlessly nnd etitlnt
Hxnltcd Ruler Clarence Renmos
presided and every one taking part
PORTLAND. Ore.. Oct. 11. The
state sutfrago central campaign com
mittee Is today preparing to wind up
the "rotes for women" throughout
the state. It Is announced that Mrs.
Mary Arkwrlght Hutton, the first
woman delegate to a national demo
cratic convention, would bu here
later to speak for tho cause, and
Mrs. Olivo Slot Gabrycl, a noted
worker for suffrage In tho state has
also been secured.
William M. Davis, prcsldcut of
the men's equal sutfrago association,
announces that the street meetings
In the Interests of the women's cam
paign will be continued up to the
day of election.
The colored suffragettes are also
In line In big numbers. They plan
to hold a rally October 22, at which
time their bishop and others will ad
dress them. A canvas ot tho city
is being mado to ralbc funds for tho
18th AXXIVERSAUV SALK
Everybody is buytug their fall
Hupplloa now at this big sale get a
Hue on, these bargains, for Instance:
S7.G0 all-wool blankets J4.95,
Ladles' 50c union suits 39c.
G Bon-Ton corsots $3.50.
Ladles' $4, 4. CO Sweaters $2.98.
1 lb. fine btutionery and SO en
lQc pjllow cusoa 9c.
'JKUJS'TNER'S UIG STOKE '
18th ANNIVEK5AK1' SALK
Saturday will wind up this great
sale. These bargain arc on sala to te
day: 75c leather lined hand bags 39c.
Children's 75c and $1 sweaters
Women's 11.25 flahnelctte gowns
7 spools of Clark's O. X. T. thread
for 25 cents.
$2 fringed and plain bed spreads
75c pure line table damask 19c.
KE.NTXER'S RIO STORE.
HERE IS A REAL
"IwM'h IMapcpMn" Kettle Hour, U
hct Stomach In I-'lvo Minutcu
Notice Is hereby given that tho
undersigned will apply at tho special
meeting of the city council October
21, 1912, for a Hcciibo to sell malt,
splritous and vinous liquors at 22
North Front street, for a period of
SBLSBY & KENNEDY.
Dated October 9, 1912.
J IHh ANNIVERSARY BALK
Saturday wi)lwind up this great
Mite, These bargains are on sulo
7 So leather lined hand bags 39c.
A Child's 75c and $1 Hwoutors 49c.
. Wohob'8 ll6 flnuuolottu gowns
,J Mee!s of O. N. T. thread, 25c
,f.2'Ul spreads $1.49.
vH PW lHtt tablo damask 49c.
ffWMR'3 BIO 8TOR13 ,
Do souio foods you eat hit back
tasto good, but work badly, ferment
Into stubborn lumps and cause a
sick, sour, gassy stomach? Now,
Mr. or Mrs. Dyspeptic jot this dewn:
Papo's Dlapepsln digests everything,
leaving nothing to sour and upset
you. Thero never was nnythlng so
safely quick, so certainly effective.
No difference how badly your stom
ach is disordered you will get happy
relief lri fivo minutes, but ' what
pleases you most Is that It streng-tlidiiB-und
regulates your stomach so
you ca'n cat your favorite foods with
Most remedies givo you relief
sometimes thoy are slow, but not
sura. Dlapopsln Is quick, positive
and puts ypur stomach In a healthy
condition to the tnUcry won't conio
You fool different as noon as Dla
popsln comcB In contact with the
Ktomach distress Just vanishes
your stomach gats sweet, no gases,
no bolchlng, no eructations of undi
gested 'food, your head clears aud
you fcol fine
Go now, make tho best Invest
ment yoti evor mudo by getting a
largo fifty-cent caso of Papo's Dla
pepsln from any drug store. You
realize in flvo minutes how needless
It, Is to suffer from iudigestlon, dyis
pepsin ur nuy stomach disorder.
Here is the bargain you ha.vc
been waiting for Moving
Away Sale. We are over
stocked on Fall Goods. Bar
gains for everybody. The
goods will look just as well
and perhaps a little better
Next Fall, and according to
the Ladies' Home Journal
there will be no change in
the style No cash offer re
cused. Our rent is reason
able but we are moving to a
new location and our fix
tures are for sale.
u tliu entertainment wan gUon a
unique introduction to the nndleneo,
III this introduction nil of the oumiIh
in the theatrical l uf tho perfor
mers wore luircfnlly litil probably not
too ucvitrnlvly chronicled.
Beginning promptly tit 8:110 it
sjmmdid progriiut was rendered,
At the close of tho regular pro
gram the Klks Kur.oo baud ufwlstotl
by Iho Klks and their Indie who
were in Portland during Ihu recent
reunion pluyed and snug nil of the
songs of the local lodge that untile
the big hits during the big time in
Portland Inst July.
Dancing wan indulged in until mid
night, the tnusio being furnished by
Professor Howell's orchestra. A
splendid luncheon wn" served nnd
whilo tho seating capacity of the
banquet room wih luxi'tl to the limit
over hotly wiih well provided for.
During the evening it wutf itnnoiuto.
od Hint the lodge hud oUwcil u con
tnmt with tho (ioverniuent for, tho
Untied SluU'H iMiiiino hunk of Wash
ington, I). (, and that thut Nphnulld
tuuU'ttl orguuixlition will iippon'r at
tliu Niilnloriiiin on Ootoboi' 17tli un
der Iho uuspices of the Klks lodge.
Thin in conceded to bo uuo of thti
fimwt bunds in Ainorleti mid it in the
bund Hint always loniWtho innugurnl
pnrude. It no ImppeiiH that Iho limit)
him one night on itn trip from Poitt
laud to Ktui Fnmeiseo that in nvall
nhlo mill Hie Klks luivo grunped tlni
opportuuily to pic$cut thia splendid
uttriu'tiou to southern Oregon. TIiih
a tliu first trip mado by this blind in
twenty years and it nffohls iho poo-
pin of NuullieVn Oregon n rare opiMiis
hmlty to hour thin bntul In Mudford.
OHAMl'At hlH rvHlttciirr, 12 W.
Soeond ulivul, Tlinraduy, Oelober lilt
ut I) p. in., (loorge (Irmnp nged 111
yemv. llu urrivod hem two iuoiiIIih
ago from Sillvorlou, Drogon. Tho
fuiiernl will be hejil Knturduy ut 11
oYhmk, lutei incut in thn 1. O. O. l
ceinetoty, ' '
INtli ANNIVKIIHAIIY HAI.U
in our clonk department wo hnvo
noma great bargains. All-wool sorgo
droiiROH for $5.95 that nrn worth $I0i
A fltiu lot of cloaks at $ 10, $12, $15,
worth fully one-third uioro. Ask (o
sou our lino of tailored suits at $15
all wool aud sutlu lined,
KENTNEU'8 1UO HTOlli:.
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ALL l'LWTUItK HILL
THE (LMtHON THIO, ltlg Orptiriim
Act. DUiHMiHiYrt of ItiiKolioiiN
. llngUm '
Tho (Jroatesl lSo-Iteel Feature i:crv
A Nation's Peril
Son tho Terrific Kxplosloii, lllowliig
Up of n Vessel hi He
TWO (JAY IMM5S
The Irfiughntilo KxjxtIciko of Twu
Aiiiusrmcut l'nrk Itcxelfrt
Special Matinees Friday and Saturday. Matinee Prices, 5c- 10c
WHERE TO OO
Suproiuo In Picture ProdiicUoits,
HI'IXMAL ADDIH) ATTHACTIO.V.
tiii: Hid omzziiv lbait
it's u real live bear, nlnl ho door, all
kinds of funny tliliiK".
"I'l.UAHi: HHtil Till! I'OOH"
Story of n llltlo child's lovn for Its
CoiiviiIhIvo, (lloo-l'rovoklug Comedy.
All HATH Kit, TIIK HIMIKK
llivit Mithle ami Kffecta
ADMISSION. 5c AND 10c
COM I NO BOON
'UNIHNK, tho Rroatoiit featuro over
neon at tho Star, and
JCTSTKU'H IiAKT Flfllir'
Tremoudouii historical ptiotonliiy.
WITH A BOUNTIFUL GATHERING OF
FALL AND WINTER MERCHANDISE
We stand ready to serve you, whether you want little or much. And you
have tlte assurance here ALWAYS of style correctness and satisfactory
merchandise in every purchase. You can do yourself good here in so many
ways that we are really eager to have you come in. It's a store run for
your benefit. Our greatest aim always is to please you.
Large east front Itlt 50x140
feet on Rose avenue, $375.
Lays high above grade, side
walks in and paid for; inside
lot, small assessments; 4 new
houses on opposite side of
the street; swell location,
just asgood as a $1800.00 lot
on Oakdale avenue. You will
never get another buy like
Lots adjoining held at $1000
each. " '
H. E. GATES Owner
23 Rose Ave.
New line that have come in within the last few days
FALL HOUSE DRESSES ARMOUR PLATE HOSE
' FALL KIMONAS AND DRESSING SACQUES
LADIES' FALL AND WINTER WEIGHTS
In fact. this is an ever changing stock always something now to, show yon.
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN SMART NEW WINTER COATS.
Smart Long Coals for every occasion. An abundant provision of new
styles aTulsplendid values in Coats of Uoiicles. Chinchillas, Plushes, Cara
ciils, ajhfijigs. Cheviots, etc., $8.50, $15, $17.50, $25 up to $45.
C'oiuhlcto cliniiK of picture
mrrry Tumday, Thurndny,
Saturday ami Sunday.
tiii: m-rrt'it.v oi iikcky
A beautiful rural drama that anneala
to ovory heart Kmuuuv,
WITH TIIK KNKMV'H 1IKM
liANH HHAHKB VH. SKA 1HHIH
A comedy drama of two old Mil wa
ter doR SollB. , 4
TIIK QUKK.VH I'lTV
C. O. 1. c.
Tho DIAIII.O IWMII.Y kIvo a com
plots chaiiKu uf vnudovlllu each, anil
Are alliinarkcd tit very tempting prices as" low as $3.05,, $5, $5.50,
$5.95up to $15.
$15.00for pretty Norfolk Suits in mixtures, 'garments that in most
stores arc 'narked at $18.50 and $20.00.
$25.00 for handsome Tailored Suits in mixtures, men's wear serges, skin
ner satinlined and excellent tailoring for which most stores get from $30
to $32.50. Let us prove the above assertion.
DRESSES SPECIALLY PRICED
A verygood assortment of Chil
dren's Wash Dresses in percales,
ginghams and linens, ages (J to U
vears, at $1.19, $1.39, $1.79,
In nowffall patterns and stylos,
made of ."duckling fleece, at 79
HOUSE DRESSES -A
very extensive line of new fall
dresses impcrcalc and ginghams,
new patterns and styles, at $1.50,
$1.95$2.25, $2.45 Up,
LADIES' COTTON HOSE
A good winter weight cotton Hose,
high spliced heel, Armour Plate; a
20c value. Special 15
A fino fjuaUty nrneo yarn Hose, iu
'two weights ; a quality that most
stores' get' 35c. Special 25
A silk plated lisle Hose, Armour
Plate, regular 75c value. Spec-590
MESSALINE PETTICOATS $2,98
Al colors and black, a genuine silk
messaUne; regulur value
WE WllJi MAIL TOO i
for each let of old Kalio Teeth aont
ui. IIlRheit price paid for old Gold,
Silver, old Watchci, Broken Jewelry
and Prcclotia Stones.
Money Sent by Iletura Mall,
rhlla. Hmcltlnn & Itcflalnjc Company
Eitnbllihed 20 Yoare
M3 aiMUiut St., I'hlUdelphla, I.
We will buy your Gold FIIIum.
Gold Scrap, and riatlnura. IIIghMt
prlcea paid. ,.
Clark & Wright
WASHINGTON, D. O.
Public Land Matterat rioal Proof.
Deaert Landi, Conteat and Mining
i i j
Wo carry a vory complf U line of
itrnpnrlea, Inch curtain. fVtura, eo,
(Irnpnriea, men curiam. iiviur, bjd.
nd do all claaaea ot ujiholnUrttiK. A
ppoiBI man Q iw ur urn wu,
oxclinlvely and w It itlv m good
MrvIcA la ttolblo la t la evon
the isreoii ouica.
Wteks It McGrowan Co.
Steam and Hot Water,,
All Work Guarantee!
COFFEEN k PRICE
H Xowart Block, BaWejMe ttk It
60 acrea, alz rolloa from Medford.
good gradod road croaaea the traot,
all free soil, at D0 per acre. 11000
will handle, easy terms on balance.
Part la ornek bottoea land, eultable
for alfalfa. Several springe on the
place. Timber enough to pay for the
traot. No bu!dlugi. in toe Griffin
W. T. York ft Co.
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