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FRUIT PRICES
NEW
YORK
SroIicI & Day uhtlcr ilntc or Now
York, Octobor 2C, write:
200 cars of docliltioud fruit sold
brc nt auction this weak, which Is
decidedly lighter thnn of late, and
ovorybody In pleased because wo huvo
had too much.
Pears 18,000 boxes sold.
California' Uoxcs
Winter Nells, boxes. v$2.00 to $2.75
Clalrgeaus 2.30 2.75
Clout Morceau ...... 1,30 2.10
Half boxes
Winter Nolls $1.55 2.25
Cornice 1.50 1.55
Clalrgeaus 1.20 1.25
From the northwest, all boxes
Winter Nells $1.S5 $2.40
D'Anjous 2..10 2.-10
Clalrgeaus ......... 1.90 2.00
The difficulty of getting cold stor
age room hurts the market.
Apples at auction, according to
stzo and quality-
Spitz $1.15
Jonathans, Wash'gt'n 1.25
Jonathans, Colorado 1.30
Jonathans, Idaho.-.. 1.25
llellcf lours, Wash'ct'n 1.10
IJad rainy warmish weather keep
ing market low. Clear and colder to
day, and wo hopdf.for aWtcr stato of
things next week.
WOMAN OUT FOR
OFFICE
MDTVrOKD MATL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OttttCON. SATURDA V. NOVRM BKR. 2, 1012. ""
pulillo Hplrllcil, fiiMi front nil nee
tlonnl ulllnuoeH and joulounles, the
COUNTY
$2.00
1.55
1.40
1.30
Jn spile of the ttwi llinl her nniue
is not nllowod on the. ballot tlieiv is
n woman eiimlUliile for county super
iutcmlcnt of schools. Caroline Van
Nice of Ashland i nskinc the voters
to write her name on the ballot on
the grounds lliat if the suffrage
nmendnient carries she will be eligi
ble. She will go on record ns the
first woman to vim for office in
southern Oregon if not in the state.
SUFFRAGETTE MEETING
DRAWS LARGE CROWD
11. P. Mulkoy spoke at the suffrag
ette meeting at Hnymarkct square
on Friday evening. Mr. Mnlkoy
spoke well for tho cause and his
speech was n brilliant one. The An
drews and Ilurgess quartet sang
three selections and at tho closo of
the address two more selections were
given. Tonight at the same place
Mayor K. G. Smith of Grants Pass
will speak for womon's rights.
SMITH WOULD MAKE
FINE COMMISSIONER
One of tho candidates for conuty
office whoso claims to preferment
appeal strongly to tho voters nt tho
ensuing election Is Joseph C. Smith.
At the suggestion of many of his
friends nnd uelghhois he allowed his
iiamo to bo presented for tho posi
tion of county commissioner for tho
short term to tho republicans at tho
April primaries, and ho was nominat
ed by ti unanimous vote, n flattering
testimonial to his worthiness.
Mr. Smith Is nt present extonsUely
engaged In farming It: Wlmor pre
cinct, which avocation ho followed at
different places In tho county since
he became one of lis cltlsens long
ago. For n number of years ho was
cngnged In business In Medford as a
member of tho firm of Smith and
Mnlouey, shoe merchants.
Mr. Smith Is thoroughly conver
sant with and mindful of tho best
Interests of the county and will be a
commissioner for tho whole people,
playing no favorites and giving to
cneh section tho. assistance and at
tention It Is entitled to, Ills neknow
lodged qualifications and undoubted
Integrity miiko him peculiarly well
fitted tor tho place.
Safe, jet progresslv'o, enernetlo nnd
welfare of Jauknon county will ho
faithfully nnd efficiently looked itf
tor by Jonoph C, llmlth an county
commissioner,
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IULL M00SERS TO
CLOSE CAMPAIGN TONIGHT
The Bull Moose -will vnd their
campaign In Jackson county with a
rally at St. Mark's hall tonight. The
flying squadron and Colonel H. H.
Sargont will discuss tho issues of the
campaign. Mrs. Ed Andrews wilt
sing patriotic airs and tho Marion
orchestra will give a number of sc
Jectlons. The meeting -will begin at
8 o'clock and a largo crowd, Includ
ing a number of O. A, R. members,
Mill bo In attendance
SHOE REPAIRING
BY MACHINERY
I bavo just Installed a Row Cham
pion Stitching Machlne'-for soloing
shoes and respectfully "invito tho
public to call and see this now ma
chine In operation, No nails on welt
shoes.. Quick work. Best material
and workmanship. Prices right. .
Bring .you shoo repairing, to
GUS ANDERSON
, 18 Sontfc Fir Street
HUaMzJake
do not take
Substitutes or Imitations
HORLICKS
MALTED MILK
Get thcWclI-Kuown
Round Package
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Mad in th largest, best
quipped and sanitary Maltad
Milk plant In tha world
We do not maliemilkproduct8"
Skim Milk, Condensed Milk, etc.
But the Original-Genuine
HORLICK'S MALTED MILK
Made from pure, ful!-crcam milk
and tho extract of select malted grain,
reduced to powder form, soluble in
water. The Food-drink for All Ages.
MT ASK FOR "HORLICK'S"
Used allovarth Globe
The moat economical and nourishing light lunch.
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put on a new base. We make your
handle a Hull handle.
Umbrellas $1.75 up
MARTIN J. REDDY
hull ummellas fhe Jeweler
DETACHABLE HANDLES
Near Post Office
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You Should Be
Just as Careful
of the Clothes
You Wear as
the Company
You Keep
If you Buy Your Suit or 'Overcoat
at Tho Toggery' they Aro the Right
Sort You May Rest Assured of That
HWKK'S u store 1'ull of ju.si tho sort ofthinpryou
ought to wear, at just the pmr.s you ought to
pay; Clothi'H in whoso company you'll bo proud to
be. And horo wc aro, ready to show you the now
things, whether you come to look or to huy; and ready
to cheerfully hand your money back, if you want it.
Smart Fall Suits and Overcoats, $12.50 to $40.00
If you're just looking for an inexpensive Suit for every day you should see. tho neat effeota
we're showing at $12.50, $lti.f)0 and .$20. (lood, reliable materials too; perfect in stylo and fit;
cut over exactly the same Fifth Avenue patterns as our finest garments. Mines, Grays, Browns
and Tans, in Two and Three-Hut ton Styles; a great variety of models, $12.00 nnd up.
.rljMhoei possible,, vc are even bettor prepared, for this
iSjiu'c largest Mens'sstore between Portland an d San Francisco, and wci hava secured many
of the finest creations of the world's best makers. These superfine Clothes don't cost as
much as you think; $1S20 or $25 buys a splen did Suit or Overcoat. This pays for beautiful
materials, the finest hand-tailor-work, and the best of finish combined with perfect style and
fit: All the new Fall Styles, models and shades.
You ought to seo what we havo ready for you in Fall Furnishings:--Shirta,
Hats, Ties, and the like. Where your Dollar Woigho Most, at , ,
THE TOGGERY
(OF COURSE)
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How Does This Sound to You, Mr. Piano Buyer?
From a Dollar and Cents Standpoint, and Real Piano Quality
We are the only direct factory to homo distributors of the world's best pianos and player pianos at the least possible expense to each purchaser in Southern Oregon.
Wouldn't you much rather buy from the man that sells you direct from the Factory with one profit than buy from tho man that is forced by tho lack of capital to charge you
three profits because ho is forced to handle goods on consignment and pay big prices. '
Don't be mislqd to biry cheap unknown and unworthy makes of pianos that your yourself can't truthfully say that you ever heard of such a make before in your life. Why the
factories themselves can't tell today whether their experimental efforts of making such pianos will be a success or not. If they don't know why should you take a chance on an
experiment.
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Wo sell such pianos as tho famous Steinway & Sons, A. B. Chase, Knabe, Sterling, A. M. MeFhail, Hchniiur, Kurtz iniiiin, Estoy, Emerson. Laffartruo, l'nnl 0. Mohlin, Krell.
Royal, Huntington, Mendelssohn, Le Verne, and many otherwell known makes. Wo handle Players of all the abovo makes and they aro tho very finest goods on earth, and our prices
are right.
We don t plead to sen you our pianos uecause wo ijcuong 10 a certain liisiuuiion. h is omy a cold mooned misincss proposition witn us; wo will Hell you any piano that
want to buy when A'ou take quality and price into consideration for $100.00 less than you can get same elsewhere. Wouldn't you rather have this money in your pocket t
the other fellow's if It pays to investigate and have this proven to your satisfaction. This we agree to do or we don't want your business. The quality of goods we sell aro such
wo don't have to make extra efforts to close them out because the' will not sell to people who are real judges of good pianos and versed in prices.
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Wc are in the piano business to do what tho other fellow can't do when it comes to deliver good pianos at low prices. For your advantage give us a chance to show you
what we can do after you have looked around and then you will appreciate our good offer. ' f
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