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WBDFOnP MATE TRTBUCT, MeOTOHP, ORTCflON, flA'TITnPXV, NOVEMBER 2, Y 012.
It I) lli'AniiONil, eiiiulldnti) for
llin legislature, ImH Jiimi returned
from nn extensive crtrnpu t;ti tour
throughout Jnuhsoii comity. I In Iiiih
tnudy a very thorough ennvnss nml
reports tuot from tlio view point ho
caw things thoro lire IiIk eliiuiies for
his election, An a matter of fact,
Mr. DnArmond could not luwo met
with more hearty houciit onroiinign.
IIICIll ttlllll WIIH accorded It I ft.
Ho mini nml no to hear Dr. Sheldon
tonight at th I'lrst M, K. church,
rorimr Fourth nml llartlett,
00. II, Carpenter, an extensive
orchard owner, living sooth ami west
from Muilfonl, Irt Friday for Now
York City. .Mrs, Curpniitcr will Join
her IniMmm! In tho cant with In a
few days anil uflor visiting there for
a (uw witH thoy will leave for l.u
ropn where they will spend tlio win
ter. For goodness sake, have It, A.
Holmes, tlio Imiurunco man write
your Insurance, Ha known how.
Tlio .Medford Hotel dlulng""room
wt be open until IS o'clock election
Jotin I!. Curkln, rnpulillcaii noinl
nee for state representative appears
ah No. 73 on tlio linllot. Vot 73 X
J. II. CurMu. I'alil Alvt.
"Tim l.aily of llin l.uku" at the
UIh Theater In attracting tint crowd.
It In a grind picture and tun vnmlt
vltle acts which round out the pro
is rani or above llin ordinary.
Vapor tmlbs and scientific mniiKi
1 1,0ft for tnnn and woman. Dr. It,
J. Look wood, rhlroproctcr and nervo
specialist, S03 (larnett-Corcy Hide,
phono Home Hfi.
Ttm prlro offered In I ho guessing
routes! In yesterday's pnper was not
onn month' tuition at tho (!oneivu
lory of Music, hut mu term's tul
a. A. Newell, ladle' tailor, 4tb
floor M. F. & II. bid.
8, J,. Wilton of Talent wait In Med
ford ion lumliiem and visiting friends
Through tnmn oversight or other
Attorney John II, Carkln, familiar
ly kijown to Ida friends a John, ap
pear on tho ballot for stnta repre
sentative (hi fall an J, II. Carkln.
Oeorge I.ymnu, democratic uoiul
ncn for county commissioner, wa In
the city Saturday getting ncmmlnted
with Medford voter nnd malting
Moods, among 'them.' ' ' "fity'tyf
Oak and hardwood f 4.G0 and 16.00
rxr cord. Gold Hay lloslty Co..
Sixth and Fir.
Tom (lallattar wan up from Itorlt
I'olnt Haturday on business.
John II. Carkln tlio Mod ford at
torney I one of tho republican nomi
nees for statu representative from
Jackson county, I'ald Advt.
Mr, and Mr. James Harding of
Portland arrived In tho city Kattir
day morning and will visit relatives
Hello! Lot mo hear from you
Any oiio knowing tlio address of
William Harrison will rotifer a favor
by notifying N. Taylor Hill at Hanks,
C. A. Wymore, who ban been llv
Ing nt Uuttn Falls durliiK tho pant
summer loft Haturday to pe"d tho
winter In l,ong lloaeh, C'nl.
John H. Carkln, republican noml
neo for Htato representative appears
an No. 73 on Uio ballot. Voto 73 X
J', II. Carkln. Paid Advt. H
Nay. '& Morton Fllnn. of Klamath
Falljlitbpped off In Medford Satur
day morning for a day's vhdt with
.fr. antt Mh. 1 IJ. Wall I.
Olane fitted without uso or
lriiK. Br. Rlckort, over Kent-ner'."-
Mm, 0, O. Porclval of Taeomn, ar
rived" In" tho city Saturday mornliiR
and will villi for a couple. of'wookM
with her Homlmlaw and daiiKhtor,
Mr. mid Mn. Dolbort Fell), on KIuk'h
At laHta twcnty-flvo (jont coffoo,
that la uood in tho cup. Hchloffo
llu'a Sanitary Orocory. lt2
Owen Dunlap and lion .Mliiard loft
Saturday moruluK for McDool, Cat,,
whore thoy will hunt dunka for n
ComliUf, bluKoat hit of tho year.
Ituitlo hiuoball. Watch for litK
tttmq untwnon lloitou und Now 'ork
at Moijford Hook Storo.
Mr, and Mm, A, 0. Fiddler ro
turned to tlielr iomo in "Yrokn, Cat,.
Saturday, after n weok Hpeiit In Mod
ford on mlnliiK huilueuH,
Oak and hardwood M.BO and f B.00
per cord. Oold Ray Realty Co.,
Sixth ami Fir.
Mm, C, 0. Scott, or Phoonlx, loft
pn trail) III Saturday inornliiK for u
yvlntor'a vlHt to her old homo In
, Say nou H71
sitvt vbomii r. w, wmh ton
A. a. Orr NM
MUh Marlon Shannon roltiritnd to
Medford Fldny from a vliilt to Port
land, whom her brother, "llllllo," lnm
a idtuutlon with the itovorntiiout for
out Horvlco. Minn Hhniiiion will bo
tho KiK'tl of Mrri, Maud I'hllbrook,
After hor vlilt hero Minn Shannon
will ko lo Coliiinhii, Ohio, for u
vlull to relative,
Mn. .1, fl. Webiter of Phoenix wan
In Medford Saturday on hindno,
.Mr, and Mra, W. D, Perltlintu. of
thin city left Haturday for J.o An
Kln, whyro they will remain a few
mouth, roturnlriK to their homo In
Medford In early iprliiK,
(lomilno hniul'iiiiido laccx at 'Hie
llaudlcrnft Shop, I yy
F. K Deuol loft Friday ovettlni
for a binlucia trip lo Albany ant)
other Willamette valley cltle.
MInh Alma Wat ho n returned to
her homo In Out ml la, Wunh., Fri
day after a vlilt In Medford with
Mr. and Mm. Fred I,. CoIvIk.
y 000.00 or fraetlnn thiTeof to
loan on Improved country real on
tale at current ratei, Carkln &
Taylor, Jackiou County Hank HIiIk.,
0. F. IldlltiK or Aibland, won In
Itobert Moore, onn of the loading
lileN'liaiitN of Oold Hill, wan in
Medford Saturday, and while here
wbn a welcome caller at the Mall
Monday Special. I iiatt alum
Innm lauce pun, 10 run In. ; quail
aluminum proMortliiK kettle, r.O cl.
Onn of each lzn to a customer,
Monday only, while they tnit. M.
P. & II. Co. J92
Mr. and Mm, Ilert Audemon re
turned Friday evening from a three
woeka vlilt In San Franeliro.
Mm. J. W. Ilerrlatu, left on train
No. 20 Saturday morning for Port
land, where Mm wa culled by tho
Norton lllnes of n relative.
Full election return at Hotel
Medford on Tueiday evening. 194
Full election return at Hotel
Medford on Tueiday evening. 194
Mm. I), A. PnrhcM alter vIhIIIiiic
for a few day In Mm! font with her
parent. Mr. and Mm D, T, lawton,
left Friday etonlng for her new home
In Merlin. Her hiihhand, I)r Forlie
ho been In Merlin for veral daya.
He will practice uiedlcltiO there.
II. F. Palmer, the piano man, U
doting out hi lino of InNtrumeiiU,
preparatory to taking over the Wy
He II. Allen Hue. In conkuquence
piano never could bo bought at
Much bargaltiN u he U offering now.
Mm. It. K, llrlttcan went up to
Ahland Saturday morning to vlalt
relntlvoN over Sunday.
f MlwMaylUydn Utt,' SatunUy
morning (or an over Holiday vlilt
with friend at Shaila SprlugN, Ca).
Monday Speolal. I quart nluml
mini lauce pun, 10 centi. 0 quart
nlumluum provervlng kettle 50 eta.
One or each alio to a cuitomor, Mon
day only, while they I ant, M. F.
& H. Co. 192
Mm. M, Whlteilde wa over from
J. W, Opp waa In Medford Friday,
on route from Jacksonville to
Mr. and Mm. II. C. lot.maugh took
train No. 13 Saturday for ItodlunTKi
Ilemember to wrlto tho name of
Carollno Van Nlco for County Sup
orlntciidont of Schools on your bal
lot. (Paid Advt.)
W. It. Oarrett of Applopato spent
Friday In Medford, tho guont or hi
daughter, Mm. Carflold White.
1). II, Jackson mado u btislncsa
visit to his former homo at Ashland
ouo day thla week,
W. Chamlcn, who la developing
Hoveral claluiH In Mt. Sterling and
other mining districts, Is trunactlng
hiifllqcNH In this city.
John II. Carkln of thla city In
running for Htato reprosontatlvo from
JackRon county. Paldt Advt.
I)r, Illckort, oycnlgbt Bprclaltst,
nv.tr ICnnlnnr'H. Kt ilrnn noxil
Karl Mlneur of Clrlffln creolc dis
trict was In our midst Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. I,. Wlmer of,
Wagner crook pniBPd through Mod
It. II. Pumouu ban returned from
a IiuhIuchs trip to Portland.
Monday Spcdats, l quart aluml
uum sauce pans, 1ft conts. 0 quirt
aluminum provervlng kettles fit) eta,
One of each Hire to a customer, Mon
day only, while thoy law!, M. F.
& H. Co. iia
Max Frlodunthal of Pot Hand Is
Intervlowlug hla cuwtomorH. In Med
ford and vicinity.
Mm. A. 11. Flshor of Phoenix was
among tho many who visited in Mud
roril during tho week. '
Try u Vapor bath (or thai cold. Dr.
R, J, LockWood, Oaruot-Coroy Illdg..
phono ilotuo HE,
S. 3. Herring, tho gonoral ntana
gor or Armour'a mrrlgerutor cur
syHtdin, was down from PorOund re
cently. Ho reports a vory largo
hualnesH In his lino,
James llrlscoo hau rotitrnod from
a Hiiccousful hunting trip to tho Hlk
CluiB, II, Ouy Iiiih boon visiting filn
parunts, who live at Contral Point.
I waut your voto. W. V. Ua-
shor for coroner of Jackson county,
No, 111 on tho ballot, Independent
Rogue river Hose ponm Hold In
New York Clly Friday at from $3 to
fit, JO per full box, and half boxen at
from 11.40 to 1 1, Ml, Com I co pear
from hero sold at from f 1,40 to ,(,0
Iter half box on (bo h.iiiio market at
the mime time TIiomi sblpmontn
wore made by Ibo PindiieorM Fruit
Company of this city,
Wild geomi are winging their way
HOitlliward and wiseacres predict an
Win. I.yttlelon of MoCIoud, Cal.,
a former resident of Ahlatid, waa n
lorent bitnlniHN visitor In Modrord,
llau Haymoiid, Jr., who In em
ployed at Mc('Ioim), Cal., Is visiting
rnlutlve living at Hook Point.
( Dr. J, F, Itoddy has returned from
a trip to Crescent Clly, Cal.
W. 11. Coop, who has boon In Kla
math comity for some time pat,
left Friday for Cheliall. WbhIi.
11. W. Itllchle of Josephine coun
ty bus boon visiting bis wife who Is
at Sacred Heart hospital for treat
ment. Hankers Isaacson nnd Smith of
Central Point and Oold Hill, wero In
Medford the fore part of tho week.
Mrs. C. W. I.owe Is dead ot Port
land, from pneumonia. She was tho
wife of Dr. I.owe, tho optician, who
I well known In Southern Oregon
J. T. Marquess of Ilvaglo spent
Friday In Modrord.
Oeorge Steven has returned from
a trip to Klamath county.
M. S. Thorn pkoii of Climax has
been at Modrord and Talent this
week, delivering sheep ho had sold.
Hob Crowder, the public market
butcher, wno reduced the price or
meat In Medford, nnnouncoH another
cut In prices.
Wm Knox of Joepblue county,
wn In .Medford this week.
YOUR CHILD'S HEALTH
YOUR FIRST THOUGHT
ir you havo children, naturally
your rirst thoughts are for their
health, You certainly want them
to devetop Htrong, honltby constitu
tion, The most aroful attention
milHt be glvoii whwi children show
the first symptoms of the many com
mon ailments. Perhaps they are
weakly nod thin, or grow loo fast,
thus sacrificing ntn-ogth. Thwto and
other apparently minor ailments
may be tlio forerunner to a weak
comitltutloii for life.
HiM.h children n-d Jayno'a Tonic
Vermifuge which Is essentially a chil
dren's tonic. First of all, It will
properly care for lh child's stomach.
It will also Improve the appetite,
and will add Mrongth to the other
organs of tho body, in cases or
thin or Impure blood, It Increases
tun number of rcd.iorpiisclcM enab
ling the enriched blood to keep tho
body healthy and strong.
Among tho most lommon ailment.
that' children develop Ik that of u
disordered stomach, loading to an
Impaired digestion, in many cases
this trouble Is du to parasite In
tho Intestinal tract. To correct aticn
trouble, Jayne'a Tonic Vermifuge Is
For more than eighty years mil
lions of children hive been restored
to health through the use or this
tonic. Insist upon Juync's; accept
no other. Sold by druggists every
where. Dr. D. Jayne & Son. Phila
AT ASIIIiA.ND .VATATOJMtJM
Hand mnslo Tuesday, Thursday ami I
Wo luivc f he finest ldt of ferns over grown hi Med
ford, Prices arc right.
Cut flowers that arc fresh. Bulbs, Hose Bushes
a fine line.
MEDFORD GREEN HOUSE
Phone 3241. 923 E. Main
PTrn" Tf TtTTTTtt f f TTTTTTf TTTf T I I
Lot on Summitt
Near Main St.
WATER AND SEWER
This is a Real Snap
We will build you
a House on It on
MEDFORD REALTY AND
Everything at a great sacrifice.
The firm of Barnard and Comoycr lias1 dissolved
partnership. All the stock must be turned into
money at once.
This is the greatest opportunity to buy millinery
in a life time.
Barnard & Cornoyer
Next to First National Bank
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTKIl To borrow $4000 on pro
perty worth $12,000. Hox 4'JU,
Steam and Hot Water
All Work (hitrantMd
COFFEEN k PRICE
Howard Block. Bttraao ea etk
Don't leave planting your bulbs until spring as now Is the best
time. We have a very large assortment of first class bulbs no
culls In tho lot.
After 25 years' experience we havo decided what Is hot to buy.
Compare these with others before buying.
BROADLEY, THE FLORIST
Oreonhouso Home 29-1.
Orrico Home 35
1 1 1 1
D. CROSSLEY & SONS
1104 Franklin 8U, New York
Our Specially ,
APPLES and PEARS
Wo havo our own houses In
NKW YOIIK. LIVKItl'OOL, LOVDON AXI GLASGOW
Direct consignment! solicited or se our Rogue River representative.
CHRIS GOTTLIEB Medford, Oregon
UNION FEED STABLES
BOARDING A SPECIALTY
Transients well taken cave of. Wo always aim to
please and guarantee satisfaction.
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RAY GATJNYAW, Prop.
112 S. Riverside 109 S. Bartlett
HIRSH, WICKWIRE CO'S
Have never been advertised in the great
national magazines, yet
THERE'S A REASON WHY
THEY'VE BECOME POPULAR
Among thousands of good dressers from
'Frisco, U. S. A., to London, England.
Ask the man who has 'worn one of these
high grade suits and you'll learn that
THEY ADVERTISE THEMSELVES
' - - v,. , -, -
All the new Pall and Winter .models are
now here. Sec some of them in our
show window toda Step inside and
If you win or lose, make, your election A
bet with a KNOX HAT and both par- !
ties concerned will be satisfied. Loser f
will know that he has lost a good oue
and the winner will never forget he won J
the best made. &
We carry the Stetson for those who V
prefer same ' T
Model Clothing Co.
Governor Wilson Makes
In a statement issued at Princeton, N. J., on
October 27, 1012, Governor Wilson said: s
"The control of the government depends as much
upon the majority in the senate as upon tlie presi
dency itself.1' ' j
Harry Lane is the logical candidate, for United
States Senator. Of tried integrity and proven ability
as a public: servant ho will work' for and vote for the
policies of Woodrow Wilson.
VOTE FOR WILSON
VOTE FOR LANE
Submitted by 11. H. llanoy, Ohalrman Domocratlo State Goutral
qotnmltteo, Swetloud llldg., rortland, Oregon.
One hears much of
Third Terms this
Campaign. What I
want is a First Term
w. w. IISSHER
Independent Candidate for
Vote X 111