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MEDFORD MATE TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREGON. TOESDAY, OCTOBER 15. 15)12.
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' Mr. nml Mrs. h. M. Knilcra of
DunBiniilr. Oal., arc In McilforM for
taw lnyn vlsltliifi with frlomls.
C. E. Whlslftr wlil lcavo Thursday
for n campaln tour of Douglas
I C. Knmlt, Btato organizer tot
llio socialist party, ami camllilnto for
aJBtrigt attorney -In Mnltnomah coun
ty who Is fcamialf;nlnK In" a nock
of tli6 .wodds for tho socialists,, re
port -that ho Is mecttnR with splcii
'did succour. Ito predicts- botweon
1500 and 2000 socialist votes In,
Jacksdh county this year, .
Whnt Snakes Cleveland Waking
Powder sell? Quality and price, 3
, pound' cans; ?r.00; r. pound, $1.G5.
AbIc for tho cans With tho screw
ton; and metal handle vmder regular
cover.' Aro useful when empty.
A 'dozen potatoes, each averag
ing aroumi tvo pounds In weight
fjlreon exhibition at the Mall 'Tribune
office. They were grown by Klsci
brothers near Jacksonville and arc
' For goodness sake, have R. A.
nolnies. tho Insurance man write
, your Insurance Ho knows how.
''V;D. Wilson has returned from
a short visit on business at Portland.
An even teaspoonful or Cleveland
, Baking Powder wllf do as much, or
more, than a heaping teaspoonful of
other powders. Ask your grocer for
:r 3 pound can; which costs only
I. S. Samuels of Grove creek Is la
Mcdford on business.
. Dr. Rlckert. eyesight specialist,
over Kentner's. No drops used.
.Glasses fitted without use or
drugs. Dr. Rlckert, over Kcnt-
- i.K.. L Jones and A. T. Lundgren,
wbo have extensive Interests In the
Jjlsklyon copper belt, aro 1k Med
ford and Jacksonville, respectively.
Mrs. Bcso T. Baker took first prize
as best pastry cook In Jackson Coun
ty. She always uses Cleveland Bak
ing Powder and purchases tho 5
pound slie from her grocer for
George H. Chick, whoso meteoric
,tutrecr In Mcdford 1s still fresh In tho
milnds of local pioneers. Is ndw a
refluent of Berkeley, Cal., In which
.city 'his aged father recently" died
,i Vapor baths ana scienwic massage
?1. 00 for men and women. Dr R.
. Lockwood.chlroprocter and nerve
specialist, 203 Garnett-Corey Bldg.
phone Home 145. ""
.Benton Bowers of Bear creek
bridge fame, motored from .Ashland
M. F. & II. Co. for O. V. B. food
choppers. $1.25 to 1.70.
K Kd Clemens, who Is In charge of,
tho Hampton orchard, located south;
v?nst of Mcdford and owned by B.
V. Bingham, of Santa Barbara, Cal.,
w In Medford a few days since.
Fourteen thousand boxqs of pears
and apples will bo. gathered thero
this season. Pears from this or
chard woro awarded several first
prir.es at tho district fair held late-ly-at
S. A. Newell, ladles' tailor, 4th
floor M. F. & II. bldg.
Prof, and Mrs. P. J. Q'Gara have
gone to Klamath county, where they
will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Allen for a short time.
I Oak and bardwoodi?4.50 aad $5.00
per cord. Gold Ray Realty Co.
Sixth and Fir. ',
The southbound (express, which,
ip-issee Medford at' 3:35 p. in., was"
miany hours lute Sunday, owing to
"a freight train wreck near Shddds.
I in county. No one was Injured.
! Dexter Rice, a prominent lawyor
, of- Roseburg, 'was In Medford and
See M. F, & II, Co. for draperies.'
Mr. and airs. W, S. Barnum of,
'Jaekuotivllle have returned from a
trip to Portland,
Dr. Morrison has removed his of-1
flce front the St. Mark's block to
'rooms 211-212 second floor Gamctt-
- J.- M.' 'Bads of Josephine coiinty
wat a witness In U. S. Commissioner
v Mi F. & H. Co. for comforts and
.JDIstrlct Attorney Mulkey has
bf en at Grants Pass on official btisl-
V Oak dnd hardwood M.60 and f S'.OO
per cord. , Gold Ray Realty Co.,
Sixth and Fir:
ii Glenn O. Taylor made -u' proles-
fclonrtl trip to Jacksonville .Monday
& M. F. & II. Co. for rugs and car.
J. I.ai'.dqutst Is hi Mudford again,
ti'ft-.r u protracted absence from our
I ft. 4
i r. w. weeks ton
?-' Trf S!
Mrs. H. Thomas, proprietor or
a IfaillhR' drctumakltig rind mllllnory
csthbllshmenl of San Diego; Cal,, Is
)n Mcdford' for a short visit with
Mrs. C.'C Scoll. t
T, J. Cook. J. Hays, I. H. Hec
iinti nud A. J. Olscn of Gold Hill
Were In Mcdtortt Monday, Thoy
were witnesses In tho contest- be
tween tho O. & a It. R. Co; tuiit
John J. RHtor over some mining
propertyslocatbd' In Koota ci-cck dim-
t'lct. Tlia testimony was taken bc-
foro U. 3. Commissioner Canon.
M. F. & II. Co. for stoves and
Mrs. llebb ot Central Point was a
Medford visitor Sunday.
Try a Vapor bath for that cold. Dr.
R. J. Lockwood, Garnet-Corey Bldg.,
phono Home 145.
V. A. Payntor, who owns a tine
plnco near Phoenix, transacted busi
ness In Mcdford Monday.
M. F. & II. Co. for rumltnre.
A. M. Wilson, who Is located at
Roseburg, was-In Medford and Jack
Now Johnny Coats at. Ahrens.
' Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cnrnnhan aro
down from the1 Blue Ledge for a
See the new swell coats at Ahreus.
Col. J. W. Hicks of Ashland was
among his Medford friends Monday.
H. K. Foster, civil engineer, and
A. C. Hough, the Grants Pass at
torney, made a trip to upper Rogue
river Sunday, returning tho next day.
E. G. Perham, tho well known
bridge builder, has completed a span
oyer Sardine creek, between Gold
Hill and Rock Point.
Deputy U. S. Marshal Marvin was
down from Portland subpoenaing
witnesses in tho case of tho United
States vs. O. & C. R. It. Co., Involv
ing the lands the government seeks
to forfeit. Ira Dawson. W. H. Cush
raan and Chas. Randle 'are aiung
those who will proceed to the metro
polis next week to give testimony.
W. P. Bailey of Jacksonville left
for Eugene Monday evening to look
after business 'interests there.
Be it an evening dress, an after
noon dress, or a street dress you
will find It hero to your liking at a
price you will wish to pay. Ahrens.
' E. B. Rose of Yankee creek tar
ried a few hours in Mcdford Mon
day. Seo those handsome now silk kl
monas at Ahrens.'
Ed' Hcrrlott of.'Grants Pass spent
Monday evening in Medford.
" Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Steadson of
Buhcom spent Tuesday with Bed
D. E. Tenner of Applcgato Is In
Medford for a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Munson of
Sacramento aro in Mcdford visiting.
their daughter, Mrs. E. W. Janies.
The city council will meet In regu
lar session this evening. A largo
amount'of routine business Is to bo
Henry' E. SIddenger of Grants
Pass is In Medford on a short busi
R. E. Iline, who is local agent for
tho Investors' Building & Trust Co.
of Portland, was as far north as
Roseburg on' business during tho
Armor Plato Hose wear better, It
Is the dye, all prices ladles' hoso
11. C. Wilson, James McLaren and
E. Arnold wera recent visitors In
E. T. Foss, city recorder has been
visiting relatives living near Tal
ent. Special values in serge dresses at
Leslie Yrfung of Eugene is in Med
ford on' a short business trip.
Mrs. W. J. Robertson loft Monday
night for a visit with friends at
Seattle. She expects to be absent
This is to Inform you that I have
purchased tho optical business aml.l
grinding plant of Dr. J. G. Goble and
am now prepared to test and fit your,
eyes and grind your lenses. Wo
have tho most complete and up-lo-
dJt.i optical parlor south of Pertland:
and the only grinding plant between
Portland and Sacramento. We
grind bur own lenses so you can havo
your glasses soon after fitting and
not bO compelled' to wait flvo or bIx
days -for tlieni. Wo can also dupli
cate your broken glasses. All we re
quire is a plcco ot the broken lense.
The lenb'ea and frame's wo use aro
tho best that can bo procured, our
prlcos are reasonable and our guar
anteo Is good as wo aro permanently
located In- Mcdford. Wo can ' 'also
glvb ybu tho benefit 'of Bovonfcen
year's practlco lit optometry. Wo
would bo pleased to flee all of Dr.
Goblo'u old customers us well as
many now ones.
Yours very truly,
W,B. D. EliWOOD,
Doctor of Optometry.
301 East Main St. Opposite Kentuor's
Thero' will bo regular ineotlng of
tho Rebecca lodge Tuesday even
ing, October 15, 1912. Tho' Presi
dent will bo present, Initiation will
bo followed by u banquet.
TEDDY FROM MANY
CIUCA(U). dot. I.V-ttavuriuir Hi
ram luh.nMii iii;iwsivo otuiilulnle
Tor vu'o iircMuYiit, Uleplioiiol From
Clevchuul totluy for the latest news
From m running nmUs Oolonol
KnoSQvelt. At the same lima U'lo
grains From nil imvts of the country
boKut to pour In.
tlenernl Iicomtrtl Wood, chief of
slaft oF the Unit oil Stole army,
wired from Portland,. Oregen: "Sym
pathy and coiiKrutulntions'
1' rom Hcnjnmin Ido Wheeler, prvjii
dont of the UniverMty of California
enmc this inessnue; "We have boon
terribly .-hocked, but glory in your
pluck and will love yon always. Take
n little care of yourself, for we can
not get along without you."
From Chester Howell, Fresno, Cut.:
ut mil inoxprcssnhly shocked at the
dastardly attempt on your life. They
have tried every thinir hut even hul
luts cannot stop you."
From James ,1. Corbctt. Former
heavyweight champion pugilist, who
is couvalescing from an appendicitis
operation in' Philadelphia, came tho
"Congratulations iu your lucky
escape. 1 sincerely hope voit will lie
E TO El f i
CHICAGO, Oct. 15. Colonel
Roosevelt was resting ensily this
afternoon, talking for a fovv minutes,
with thu newspaper correspondents.
Ho said he felt fine.
Sc'nator Robert AL LaFollotte
wired Colonel Roosevelt as follews:
"Permit mo to express my pro-
found regret that your llfo should
have been Imperiled. I congratulato
you upon your fortunate escape from
serious injury. I trust you will
The following telegram was re
ceived from William J. Bryan:
"Allow me to Join your country
men, IrrcspecUve of party, In deplor
ing the murderous attack, and ex
pressing profound gratification at tho
assurance that your wound Is not
Henry Boyd was seriously injured
and a heavy team was Instantly
hilled In an accident on upper Roguo
river Monday according to reports
reaching Medford today. Tho team
ran away a short distance this side
of pcclor's placo and plunged over
tho grade. Boyd was hurled clear
of the wagon and anay have suffered
internal Injuries. Ho was badly
bruised. Tho team was hilled and
the wagop demolished.
1TJ0, LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR "'SALE Good sound horse,
drives single or double, phono 597-tt-2.
P. O. Box 1512. 181
WANTED -Boys to
day Kvonlng Post.
sell tho Satur
WANTED Experienced Japanese
farm hand wants position on or
chard or ranch. Telephone Main
3361 or reply to Roy Maeda, 227
S. Ivy St., Medford.
D. OEOSSLEY & SONS
' Commission Merchants
201 Franklin Ht., New York
; APPLES and PEARS
Wo bttyo our own houses In '
NEW YORK, JilVERPOOn, LONDON AND flMSCIOW
Direct consignment!! solicited or eo our Iloguo Rlvdr roprcsentatlvo,
CHRIS GOTTLIEB Medford, prqgon
Hold Your Apples aiu Get Bettpr Pricqs
"Wif can store 17 eitis more of fruit. Hates as follews:
200 boxesop less 250 per box i'oi the senson, All in
excess of 200 boxes 2Qe for, (ho season.
Season to April 1st.
" ' '
Medford Ice & Storage Co.
SAN FU.WCJSt'O, Cal., Oct. 10
- "Colliding with the Btoam nchoouor
Avgylo ot tho Union Oil Company'
flout, tho lumbir Hclioouer Oimlnta,
belonging to Fred l.ludornmu of San
FrnnclKco, filled and cnpsl:unl off
Point Arena, north of hero, early to -
day. Tho crew was taken off and
arrived hore'on the Gunlala thin rtt
Two moil wore Injured, ono of
them, Peter-Sou, of San Francisco,
receiving a broken wrist. Tho nnmo
and nuturo x6f. the Injuries of tho
other man wore not stated In tho
brief wireless, message flashed by tho
Tho Argyle. cmummlcd by Cap
tain Dickson, carries a crow of 30
men. Tho Gunlala carried eighteen
men and was commanded by Cap
(Continued from pago 1.)
Tosrcnu 0. Two base hits Snod
grnss, llnl, l.tvi. Home ruu
Oardner,' poyle. SiiRrit'iee hits-
Murniy. Saorifice fly Hooper.
Stolon littst'!.. Devoie J, Doyle 2. Wild
pitches Tesreuit 'J. 1 Inutile play
Devoro to Meyers; Speaker, unttsslst.
ml. Hoses on hall- off Tcsronti .",
off Hull ,". Hit bv pitcher (htrdncr.
Struck out by Tcsrcau (1; by Hull I.
Time of same 212.
tfee ccoaomlcal cookiai fat
i'woigiu iuo nuucrmg auu uaugors oi
eueh occasions. This ovcry woman
fnr mc-frv-rnnHno- rwvniicA ifsiaJp " turough Uio uso of Mothor'n
ior pastry-maKmg oecause it rdcna TllIa ,B n mc(Udll0 for
produces light, delicate, flaky
crust, and is much more
wholesome than either butter
i qj- JardL
I ,..... .
oitoiene is a vegeiaDie
product contains no animal
fat It has more nutritive
value, and food made with ic
digests more; readily than if
made from animal fat
Cottoleac is better and
cheapeV 'thdrtIard; it costs
about the price of lard. Two
thirds of a pound of Cottoleno
win ao tne
work of a full
pound of but
ter or lard.
CoitoIao is nevjtr
sold In bulk al
ways in air-tight
tin pails, which pro
tect It from dirt,
dust and odors. It
is always uniform
THE N. K. FA1RBANK COMPANY
A VOID IMPURE HULK
tor Infants ami Invalids
It cnepn the pWflBI and Gcauio
The Food-Drink Jor all Ages
Rich milk, malted groin, in powder form.
For infant, invalid nJ growing children.
PurcnutriUon.upbuildingihc whole body.
Invigorates nursing mothers iwl lUnged.
Mora lieollliful than tea or coffee.
Tak no ubtltutci AskforHOHUCK'S
UORLICK'S Contains Pure Milk
Clean bathroom tub. pipes,
and sink with ,
To keep bathtub and luvu
tory spotless und bright to
Itecp motnl pipes, fixtures nnd
taps brightly burnished to
purify motnl bowl thoro'a
1 nothing Oil Crtrth UltO Gold
Dust, Gold Dust is tho great
sanitary cleanser, becnuso ii
sterilizes whilo it cloans, nnd
drives ouf every germ and
Other products mny clonn
tho surface Gold Dust clean
ses to tho bottom.
Add a heaping teaspoonful
of Gold Dust to a pail ot water
and you aro ready to prove
Do flt Ul &Mp,
Kttei with Odd
it. Cold Dual
ht( (It dtflrtbU
M Ulln arm. -
"Ui lh COLD DUST TWINS Jo yur .
Health Is tho foundation ot all good
looltB. Tho wlso woman rcallzea this
nnd takes procautloua to presorvo hor
health and atrotiBth through tho re
riou ot cniiu bcnrlng. Sho remains a
protty mother by avoiding as far aa
posslhlo tho auffcrlnrr and dangers of
external application and sb ncnotratintr
In Its nature as to thoroughly lubrlcnto
every lnutclo, nervo and tendon In
volved during tho porlod boforo baby
comes. It aids naturo by expanding
tho afcln and tissues, relieves tendor
ness and soreness, and porfoctly pro
pares tho nystom . -
for natural and tlIOln2
eafo motherhood. 'i: y " V2
Mother's Friend MMOjnn
h sold at drug, t-VI5'llV
stores. Wrlto for frco bool for ex.
pectant mothom, which contains much
DtlADFinD, RECUUTOR CO.. AlWa. C.
Cars for Hire
Phoenix, Ore. Phono 81GP-I
Steam and IJot Water
All Work Cltmranteed
COFFEEN & PRICE
39 Howard Block, Xntranca on dth Mi
Knm 4 -
iih . nolort
NOTRWI'rniiifi and I) between IDaglp Point'nnd tlnllp
TlutrsUay und Saturdays QKiY. -
Wo crttry a vory roinhlntn lln of
drnporlen. Inpo on rut Ins, flvtiiMH, td,
and do nil omnN(M of tmliolttirrlnn, A
miMliU limit to lni nrinr tltl work
rxeltiBlvely, nud will iilvn k"1
Hoivlcit nn Is noHNltiln lit Udt ta uvuit
tllA lllTKOKt iilllos.
Wooks & McGrQwan Co.
The Best tf$Sm
For All 0mWM
Why Should a Woman?
Why .should a woman he horn, (ducatud, married
divorced and huriutl under laws made exclusively by
TheViftht to govern Is conferred by the governetl
and I he governed art! not exclusively males, the gov
erned are men and women, for women are responsible
boforo the law.
Why, if wo desire (o bo just and fair, should we
not allow the women to exercise what should be an
equal right with man.
Vote X 300 on the Ballot
Portland Kqiml .Suffrage League,
(Paitl Advt.) JMi. Solomon Uersh, Pros.
One and One-Third Fare Round Trip
from all points botwoon Grants Pass and Ashland
To Medford Thursday, October I7lh
U. S. MARINE BAND
Ask Nearest Agoiit for Particulars.,
: : JOHN M. SCOTT, G. A. P.,
SEE the latest style Lace Rings,
Friendship Circles, Brooches, Bar
Pins, Neckyear, Scarf Pins and
everything that is nev and up-to-date in
the jewelry line.
MARTIN J. REDDY
The Jeweler Near Post Office
MEDFORD AND BUTTE FALLS
Ly........Butl,e Fnlly A'.
W '....iJerby i.,,
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WAHiiiNnro.v, i). o.
Public Land Matters! Final Proof.
nosort Lands, Contcit and UlnltiE
For "Ralo livorywhero
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Vrom IWDJi'Oltn R'wid Vv
map " .
'IIIh - 'WHI - run on Tiiqwlnyf
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