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mddfokd mxtt; ttitbttntc. medfothj. obfcion. phtd'av, November 22, '1012.
MIhm Klrkpittrlok nr Anhliuul, In
ntruclor In iuulo nt tint Tiilonl hcIiikiI,
npnnrMl 'Mmiiluy moriiliiit wllh u
hluuli uyn iiiwl n ortilmiil fncii, Ah
MImh Klrkiuilrlck Ih iininnrrlml, tuul
or ivii(ii'irul illNinmllliiii, wn coiilil
not umiiiut for Iht Imtlcreil rnmll
lion until Inforiiinil tlmt I ho pony
Mho In In 1 tio luilill or rlilliiK IiihI
iiIIikhI iuhI full with Iwr on lliu pavii
tnmil In AhIiIhikI, Mho In vortiilnly
fortiiimlo to tnrnio with only tin)
InJurU'H nIid Jiuk, nn hnr roinnniilnu'ji
hor jiiiHfU'il ovur hor iif(tr nlin hnil
linen lluown,- Itcronl.
Fruit IiiIimIh In liny oolor printed
liy tliu .Mnll 'l'rlhuiio. tf
I'l'tt-r N. (irlw'z n prominent ranch
or ni'iir MontiiKHo, well known In
.Mciltonl Hint with t very pnlnful nr
rhlmil In initio V 11 Hoy on tlio oIkIc
toontli, while propnrliiK to IiMiik hU
l Iin-tili or homo from nn extended tour
through oiiMtorn HUlUyoti. Ilo koI
uuilor tlio ciikIiiu to oil 11 lionrliiu und
In iIoIiik mo ho runio In routing with
tlio line o( it pitchfork tlmt hnil
curclemily licim throw ti under Hit
mnclilue mill covered up with Htrnw
mo Unit hi) 1II1I not roo It. One tine
of I ho fork penetrated tho y cav
ity nml cituici out In tin mouth.
Lucidly It iiiIhhoiI tho eyeball, llo U
it lirotlH-r of tho Into Prank (SrUez,
Mr. HnlllilnyllnlKht, routntltn
pupil of Mttrchonl. (1'nrln), ItmuloK
Kor (IIiiRlninl). (leorxe Hwoot, On
rar SmuiRor, Now York, will receive
pupil for vocal culture at roMhloiiro
Mtmllo, 40:t Oukdnlc uviiiiiio. Hnulh.
Phono Mnlu 72Ca. 223
Ot'orKo II. Mine, Hocrotnry of tho
Oregon lllHtnrlral widely U In South
orn Oregon collectliiK ''"I" rolntlui;
to tho onrly hlMory of thU nertlnn.
Mm. M. Otterdnhl rotiiruoil from n
profonslounl ttlp In 'Pa I out.
Cnrklii ti Tnylor (John II. Cur
kin nml Ott'iin (). Taylor), attorney
ut-law, over Jarknon County Da tt Ic
Kiiporlntonilont Armit of tho Ora
tor l.nko (National pnrk has ronchoil
Klmuuth '1'nlM whom ho will upoml
tho wlutor. llo will not roturii to
tho park, aKitlu tioforo HprlttK tin
leu then) nhould ho n rail leu I rliuutte
In tho wonthor. Thoro wan four foot
of hiiow at Camp Arant whon ho l"ft
thort tho fori) part of laxi wool;.
.Tlio Itoio.Mnlilon u. coming. .
Chnrlfii lloanltnaii haH roturnoil
from mi extended tour of tho mlddto
wot hnvlnt; hern nlmoiil kIiico Octo
Oak mid hardwood H.CO and JR. 00
per ronl. (lold Hay Realty Co.,
Sixth and Kir.
Tomorrow, Saturday, ! ft tirtli
puplln rurlttit of tho frtU term wl'l Im
Klvon at lint Coiihorvalory. Tho ;n
lie In cordially Invited It will begin
nt 3:30 p. in. mid admtx.uo'i Ih trco.
TowoU homiitltclu'd, omliroldorod,
cronii Htltchod, laco-odKod, Inco In
nortod. Towola of all mrtn mid
altoH. liny thorn nl tho hatnar
I'roHhytorlan church next Tuonday.
II. 8. Kinney of Olordulo 'k In
Medford on it short !uti'iim trip.
Wltl tho lady tlmt In woarlui; thu
liooiithnt her hiiblmnd took from
tor. N, I'rpnl Htroot, ploano lutvn him
roturu It and savo trouuto. 209
Mr, and Mrn. ScoK Hrur? of Knlo
Point nro In Mcdford vlnltln IrloiuU.
Say kid, what do you know ahout
that iny Wllcou at 100 N. Pront St.
liuyH old clothoH. I'm nolti to
hod him. S09
Krltx llaniiuorHlpy of Horiiu lllvor
Ih In Medford on hnnlnoxH,
Who out tho prlroH on. lilnnollflT
I'll hot you can'l kuphs. 209
II, T. Mulkoy, prohocu Inc nttor
noy, roturnod ThitrHiltiy uvoiiIiik from
au oxtondod oitHtorn trip which ho
took under coiiiiiiIhbIoii from tho
Kovornor In uu oHChoat cbbo,
Will tho party that nllppod a ton
d'ollnr hill undiir tho door at 1 00
N, Front Htrcol, jilonno call and ot
flv dollars chmiKO. 209
.lack Ilarvoy, mtnliiK "" f
(IrnntH Patm, n In Mi'drord on a
Hhort IiiihIiiosh trip,
I havo limlullod a nloaulmt plant
and am In nhapo to racloan nny aood
KraliiH. Viiloh, votoh and wheat,
wlptor oatH and need hnrloy for sale,
h. II. Drown nl Uubh mlll.
K, J. Nahnn or AHlilmul Ih Hpond
liiK a fow dnyH In Medford with
Ilomo'inailo niliico plo. Manliat
.1. h. 1'ardi'o of ProHpoct In vln
HIiiK'talodriml. Ho roporta huow In
tho tiiountaliiH iioar It Ih homo.
ItoaUiiomo.niado hrcad at DoVoo'fi.
J. II. Thorndlko or
wau a-.Mmlford vlHltor
Bay VfcOM n
iff hi Mount V, W, WNki ton
A, M. Qn MM
A InrKu niiinlior of local pooplo nro
lilmuiltiK to takn ndvmitnKo of tho
nlld'Wliitor PxrtiiHlnit lo'lo AiikoIob
t li lit wlplor. A H. Knioriliniiin Iiuh
Hot Monday, Oocoiiihor MO, uu tho ditto
or doprtrtitro. Thin will put tho ox
uiiMlnnlNtM In San FrnnclHco for Now
Voiii'm nvo. ,
Atllntlcally prlulod loltor hoada on
fa noy horn! pnpor mako flno Clirlut
man pronontri, Lot im nhow you
AmuploH. Tlio Mall Trlh'ino, If
With tho rot n in of Mayor Canon
from Pot Hand Hit city coiuicli will
moot in udjoiirnoil ikmhIou tonlKht.
CoiiHlilornhlo liniiliicjiH having to do
wild tho approaohlnr. oily olootloii
will ho triiiiBarlud. '
For noo'lnonn inkn, liavn II, A.
HoliiioH, thu ItiHiiranco man wrlto
your Innurnnco. llo known how,
Ilol cakon and nmplo nyrup, Man
A. K. Itoamon In oxpoclod homo thin
nftornoou from a ImihImck trip . to
l.ooHit loafa for Indora, day hooka,
JoiirualH or ciihIi hooka, with or with
out Modern at Mall Trlhuno, tf
J, . ThompNoii of ISIk crook la In
Medford on a Hhort himlnoHii trip.
Ilomicmado mlnco-incnt, DoVoo'h.
KandorMon Hood, woll known Port
land attornoy, Ih In 'Medford nn a
OIiiniion flttod without una of
dniRii. Dr. Hlckort, ovor Kontnor'.
Dr. J, F. Hoddy roturnod Friday
from a hiifiliiomi (rip to Portland.
I.OKal lilanliH for Halo at tho Mall
Trlhuno offlco. tf
Statu damn Warden W. I. Flnloy
and .Mm, Flnloy left for AHhland
Friday, nrcoiupanlod ly deputy kiuiio
watdeiiH ti. I.. Saudry and A. S, Huh
Vapor hatiiH and nrlontlflc maimar.o
11.00 for moii and women. Dr. It.
J. I.ockwood, chlroproctor and norvo
Nporlitlltit, 203 narnntt-Coroy HldK.
Phono Home lr,
Mr. and Mm. I). H. Androwa or
Klamath Fall nro In Medford for a
nhorl vIhII with friends.
TroKHpiiHH not Icon for Bain al tho
Mall Trlhuno offlco. if
MImh I.oiiIh :. Wattcrnon loft
Thumday for n visit with friend", nt
Dr. H. J. Conroy ha moved hU
offlco to tho llutchlHoii & Lunmdcn
hulldluK. Thro offlrea wcro for
merly occupied by tho commercial
cluh. Dr, Conroy and Clancy have
Tim Medford lirldKo cam wan nr
Rued In tho HUproiut) rourl Thumday
mid an early decision Ih oxpoctcd.
Porter J Neff apteared for the
county rourl while -K. I),' IlrlRgs of
Ashland appeared for Denton Howoru
and S. A. Carlton.
Hot rakcH and iiiaplo Hyrup. Man
ThoinaH It. KlnKlenldo of Fort
Klamath Is In Medford vlsltlnj hln
Oak and hardwood f 4.S0 and lfi.00
for cord. Cold Hay Itcnlty Co.,
Sixth nnd Fir.
Owen Itiulap of Phoenlr. tarried a
few houra In Medford 'IliurHday. lie
had just roturnod from WIIIowh,
Cat., near which .town he hna In
vested In a large body of land.
Homvniado mlnco pie. Manhat
Mr. mid Mrs. U C. Drown of Jack
sonville were In Medford Thumday
Dr. Itlcltort. eyesight sipoclallst,
ovor Keuttior'8. No drops uaod.
Wm. (lerlR, manager of tho Paci
fic & ICnHtoru railroad, left for Port
laud on Thursday ovoiiIiik'h train.
Collect thoso scattered sheets of
music you value and havo them
hound In hook form nt tho Mnll
Charles Diinteu, manager of tho
.Jacksonville Uriel; & Tlio Co.'h plant,
transacted IiuhIuush In Medford ouo
day HiIh week.
.1. A. O'Hrlon of Hitch spent Thurs
day In Mcdford. . . .
Corn for hiiIo at Isaacs' ranch.
Mosdames A. H. liar and A. V.
Parker of Ktnn, Cal., havo been
tlsltltiK Mrs. J, I). Heard, who Is a
hlstor-ln-lnw or tho former.
12000.00 or traction thereof to
loan on Improved country real es
tato at current ratos. Carklu &.
Taylor, Jncksou County Dank Hide..
J, O, lHaachon, cashier of tho Cen
tral Point haul; was a recent husluoHH
visitor In 'Medford.
llrltu; that old hook with torn
binding down und havo It rebound
at tho Mall Trlhuno offlco. Costs
hut llttlo. tf
Austin Corhlu and his nephew,
Corbln Kditotl, who has heou iiiltn
sick wllh typhoid fever, am eon
VnlonrlriKf 'I ho latter will hooii leave
for Now Vork, aceompanylnK his
Mr, Martin, who has boon vis
Itlrut IiIh hrother-lii'lnw, K. Jv. Dun
'tifliKtou of Jneksoiivllle, for soino
tluio past, Icfl, for IiIh homo In Wal
lowa county Thursday,
K. A. Khcrwlii of Aiihland was In
Meilford nwonlly. Ho n a eandl
dato for poatmunter or that place, as
also aro Hubert P. Nell und L. l.
Mrs. ('. KorKim and Mrs, W. II
Coleman or Jacksonville were mneui:
their 'Miidrord rrlonds Thursday,
Mrs, M, Tryer and her daughter
wore among (he reslduiitH or Talent,
who visited In Meiirord during tho
.loli ti Norrln, mi expert horticultur
ist, was In from Mldvnlo orchard
"Mrs. T.' J. Kennoy or Jacksonville
Iiuh been In M"dfonl, visiting her
daughter, MrH, W. H. Kentnor.
C. i:. Hvans ot. Weed, Cal., Is
making .Mcdford a business visit.
F. 1.. TlbbliK or Yroka, Cal., made
our rlty a visit during tho week.
Dr. J. W Kohlmion was over from
Jacksonville Thursday afternoon,
Klmnmr Coleman of Phoenix spent
several hours In Medford Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Illalne Klum attend
ed a social function at Jacksonville
1 hominy night.
S. M. Cariientcr of Sterling mado
u trip to Medford Thursday. He
has bonded the mine he has been
developing and which shown up well.
Messrs. Andrews, Wilson mid
Howell have gono to Klamath Falls
to present the popular opera "Mika
do." Charles K. Tcrrlll and It. II. Ilrad
shnw or Hrownsboro made Medford
a buslnesH visit Thursday.
:. (5. Hoberts, foreman of Young'
ti Hall's orchard, located a row miles
iiorlhoaM or Medford and which Ih
I HO acres In extent. Hpvnt a row
hours In Medford Thursday.
I.. J, Lewis of Dig Hut to spent
Friday at Medford disposing or sev
eral head or cattle raised by him In
the lllg Meadow section.
James Harrison or Albany Is
upending a row duys In Medford on
Zones Freeman or Hoseburg Is in
Medford on a short IhisIiicsh trip.
"Hogardlcft or our city council's ac
tion In upholding Mayor Mlcelll," ho
MtntoH, "there are a tot or us who are
wllh tho governor In hU efforts to
clean up our town."
J. D. Heard left for Los Angctca
Friday. Ilo Is Installing a mill upon
his desert mine.
I have Installed a cleaning plant
and am In shape to reclean nny seed
grains. Vetch, vetch and wheat,
winter oats and seed barley for sale.
Ii. 11. Ilrowu nt Hubs mill. "
Henry W. Treat of Dunsmulr, con
nected with the operating depart
ment or the Southern Pacific Is In
Medford on business.
Sort wood $2 a tier. Gold Hay
Mrs. 1 J, Davison of Trail spent
Friday wljh Medrord rrlonds.
Try a Vapor hath for that cold. Dr.
H. J. I.ockwood, Qamctt-Corey Dldg.,
Phono Home HS. "
W. K. Cook hns returned Trom a
short business trip to Los Angeles,
A masquerade ball will bo held
In Jacksonville on the night or No
vember 2Sth, which promises to be
one or the social events or tho sea
sou. Mayor W. II. Canon roturnod Fri
day from n short business trip north.
Samuel S. Swenulng has returned
'from a business trip to Klamath
D? y.u.know why butter is so high? Housewives from years of
habit have come to use more and more of it for particular cook
ingwhere they want something better than lard. It's a wasteful
habit- highly expensiveand wholly unnecessary.
Use butter on your table, where it belongs; discard it from your
kitchen. I he use of Cottolene in cooking, will give just as good
results as butter. Besides, two-thirds of a pound of Cottolene will go
as far as a pound of butter, and Cottolene costs no more than lard
Use more Cottolene and cut down your butter bill.
f i I
rc ja v?w-i
Makes Delicious Pastry
Cottolene makes light, flaky, crisp pie-crust It makes deliriously
light, tender doughnuts. For cake making Cottolene creams up
beautiful y and gives the best obtainable results. Muffins, fritters
short cake, and all other pastry, are best made when made with
Cottolene. It makes food rich but never greasy.
Cottolene is a vegetable product, and makes food that is healthful
Try ThU Rtcipt:
ONE EGG CAKE
cup of Cottolene
. cup sugar
1 cup mill:
1 teaspoon vanilla
. . - . g w.0w. wAia
iuiwvii i-i cam ui tartar z cups flour
Rub ihsCottolttte and sugar to a light cream, add well beaten yolk of esuc
and vanilla, mix together the soda, cream of tartar and flour, stir it Into
the creamed mixture, alternating wiUt the milk. Add well beaten white
ot egg last Bake In shallow nan in moderate oven about one-half hour.
Made only by
THE N. K. FAIRBANK'
Col. II. II. Surgent
Announces his candidacy for coun
cilman, Second Ward, Medford.
Tho Switchmen's I'nlon of Korth
America has paid out 1 r a S disabil
ity claims during tho last ten years.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOU HUN'T FurnlBued room mod
ern, with or without board, pri
vate family, C23 N. Central. 210
VOW RKNT t! room modern houso,
gus und electricity, screened sleep
In porch, east front, flno shado,
clone In. Owner II 18 Laurel St.
NOTHING EQUALS S.S.S.
FOR OLD SORES
Nothing cqttnla S. S. S. n a cure for Old Sores because nothing equals
It us it blood purifier, ThcBourco nud supply o( every chronic sore Is im-
bloed: the circulation ia iiuecteti wuu trenus ami juorout accmuuia
tiona which arc being constantly deposited into the open place. This
causes ulceration and inQaiutuatiou of the flesh tissues aud produces a con
dition upon which Halves, washes, lotions, etc, can have no curative effects.
The blood must be purified of all infectious matter before the circulation
can nourish the flesh tissues and stimulate them to the healthy condition
necessary to heal the sore. S. S. S. heals old sores by goiug down to the
fountain-head of the trouble nnd driving out the genus and morbid matters
which nre keeping the ulcer opcu. Then as new, rich blood is carried to
the place, the healing begins, all discharge ceases, the inflammation leaves,
new tlusttc nnd healthy flesh are formed, aud soou the ulcer is well. You
are not wastiug time when you use S, S'.S., hut you arc giving yourself
the benefit of the very best treatment for old sores. Book on Sores aud Ul
cers aud ouy medical advice free. S. S. S. is sold at drug stores.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. C.A.
Some Fun forMen
Now On Saturday
Every Shirt in the
Store at Reduced
Prices Read These
Men's $2.50 and $3 Golf Shirts....$1.76
Men's $2.00 Golf Shirts 91.49
Men's $1.00 Golf Shirts...:. $1.24
Men's $1.00 Golf Shirts 88
Men's $1 and $1.25 Shirts with soft detachable collar 88
Men's $1.50 and $1.75 Shirts with soft detachable eoli'r $1.24
Men's $2 and $2.50 Shirts with soft detachable collar....$1.52
Men's $3 and $3.00 Shirts with soft detachable eollar....$1.98
Men's $1 and $1.25 Negligee Shirts, soft collar SS'
Men's $1.50 and $1.75 Negligee Shirts, soft
Men's $2.00 Negligee Shirts, soft collar $1.49
Men's $2.50 and $3 Negligee Shirts, soft
Glen's $3.50 and $-1.00 Negligee Shirts, soft
wren's $5 and $6 Negligee Shirts, soft collar $3.32
Men's Work Shirts, 50c standard cheviot 35
Men's 75o bine chambray Shirt,
Men's $1.00 black Sateen Shirt 79
Men's $1.50 and $2.00 Corduroy Shirt $1.15
Men's $4.00 Mackinaw Shirts $2.70,
Men's $1.50 black Sateen Shirts $1.19
Men's 0Qi "Pemberton Flannel Shirts ...: .' 69
Men's aOc Pemberton tflannol Shirts 39i
Men's $2 and $2.50 Flannel Shirts ., $1.49
Men's $3.50 Double Breasted Shirts (. $2.24
Men's $3.00 Flannel Shirts ,.. $1.69
Men's $1.50 Blue and Grey AVool Shirts 'X $1.05
Boys' 50c and GOc Fancy Shirts, soft collars, now for 39
Bovs' 75c Fancv Shirts, soft collars, now for. 49
Boys' $1.00 and $1.25 Fancy Shirts, soft collars, now for. 88
.Boys' $1.50 and $2.00 Fancy Shirts, soft collars, now for $1.24
Boys' nOc'aud 00c Black Sateen Shirts, now for. 49
Boys' 50o and 75c Golf Shirts, now for 39
Bovs' $1.00 and $1.25 Golf Shirts, now for SS
Agents for the Orossott Shoes Agents for Hart, Schaffner fc Marx piothff
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