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PA 013 TWO.
MEDFORD MATT TRTHDm MTJDFOTID. OftKCION, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1l)tt.
Wo libfnry vm hnVS on display
far tlio noxt two weeks a collection of
more" than" 100 children booki In
tlio best editions? Parents nro urgod
to'Jook 'thorn over for supRoatlont m
to. tho Ideal books "to buy for a
Ir, and Mrs. Chnndlor Egan re
turned thin morning, Mrs. Kgan
pent Iho winter In Chicago nnd, -was
mot nt Portland by Atr. Egan,
B. D. Weiloit, comnlerclal photos
raphorn, negatives made, any time or
place by appointment. Phonsi Ml
All Sir Knights of Medford nnd
vicinity aro requested to -meet at tbe
Masonic -hall .Monday evening, 7:30
pt mt, March 17, to complete ar
rangements for Eafcter services Eas
ter Sunday, same to be held in Pres
byterian church, Medford, Ore. 305
Albert "Moore, who left Medford
Saturday for San Jose, Cal., was mar.
rtcd Ih vthat city on March '1 to
Mlsa Churchill, whoso homo Is In
San Jose. Mr. and Mrs. Moore re
turned .to Medford Friday evening
and will make this city their tuture
rOnlyn few years ago It was com
mon enough to find well posted, In
tclllgenV'peopIo who held 'that tho
cures attributed to Christian Scicnco
were imaginary. But evidence to
tho contrary has been piling: up rap
idly, and toay the man who denies
that it is effective in healing the
sick risks his reputation for Intelli
gence. Many who formerly w ere in
credulous now admit that it .heal,
but attribute its cures to will power.
hypnotism or some simitar cause.
How far from right they are can bo
learned next Tuesday evening. Match
18, at Natatoriura, when Mr. Win. R.
Rntbron of Denver, Colorado, a
member of the Christian Scicnco
Hoard of Lectureship of Hoitot,
Mass., lectures on "Christian Scicnco
and Us Results."
W. H. A. Temple, who was n resi
dent of Jackson county a number ct
years ago, died Tit Maupln, -Warn
county, recently, aged 74 years. He
Is survived by his wlfo and fire
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Hanna rvcro
over from Jacksonville Friday after
Feed and seed. Schmidt, phone
Cyrus K. U. Curtis, president of
tho Curtis Publishing company of
Philadelphia, which prints: tha Sat
urday Evening Post, LidieV Home
Journal ' and - Country rtentlaman,
pasted', through Medford oner day this
week es route to Portland.
Colonel R. C. Washburn, of Table
Rock,' spent Friday night lit -Med
Hotel Medford wllWservo another
turkoy dinner tomorrow, GO cents.
Hours S to S:30. 304
I. Householder of Kanes Creek
nnd J. It. Perry of Gold Hill wors
among those who had business In
Medford during, tho week.
Miss Emma Armstrong Is in Tal
ent precinct, visiting hor sister, Mrs.
A. J, Carpenter.
vapor batns ana scientific, mas
sage for men and women. Dr. R.
J. Lockwood, chrlopractor, 203 Oar-nett-Corey
Bldg. Phono 145.
S. O. Van Dyko-and John Hansen
of Phoenix precinct' wcro In Medford
W. J. Rodgcrs of Antloch and F.
n. Stlmson of Mound spont several
hours In Medford Friday. .
Order brick ice cream with sham
rock center, for St. Patrick parties.
Palace of Sweets. 304 .
Fred Williams and Mr. and Mrs.
1). B, Lewis wcro down from Grants
K. K. Marshall or Placervilio, Cal.,
mid II. S. llasrausaon of Hood River
are in Medford on business.
O. C, Roach, mtislo studio. Vio
linist. Will Instruct on violin, man
dolin and guitar in correct method.
Advanced students and beginners.
Address 234 K. 9th streot. Phone
Home 314-L or Main 3481. 307
A, (JrlsBoni of Kaglo Point district
was among the ninny from outsldo
who traded In Bedford during tho
'MM. Zo"lon (if 'Montague, Cal.,
IKittu'd through. Medford Friday, en
routo to Central Point.
(lot your blankets, quilts, rugs,
carpetsdrapcrles, coucl) covors, etc.,
together nnd wo will call for them
after April Int. Pantorlum. 304
K.W. Carder left for California
Friday afternoon on a short bnsl
Mrs. Land or Orlfflu Creek viBlted
her Medford fripuds Friday,
Hitvo you vlsjted tho Rest RoomT
Weeks & McGowan Co.
Say Fhon 8371
lh rbOBMI T. W. Waaks son
a. a. on, mm
A freight train wreck south of
Ashland Friday.. delayed northbound
tr&TnV several, hours,
Medrord'ncamp of Woodmen of
Die Wrld will hold an Initiation to
night, in which brethren from other
camps will participate. A banquet
Wo will bo In our now plant by
April 1st. Save your carpets nnd
nigs for us. Pantorlum. - 304
Mrs. Olllo Wolters returned Friday
Afternoon from a visit at Talent, her
Walter S. King of Josephine coun
ty Is stopping in Medford for a short
time, lie is1 a- former resident of
No "matter now delicate or how
Bollad your garments nro we can
clean thomi -Pantorlum. 304
Joe Wilson Is ih from tho ranch,
for the first time Ih several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ashpolo nro
visiting their son, Roy Ashpole, and
his wlfo of Eagle' Point.
-Corbln Edgcll has returned from
a trip to his farm In Drownsboro
Orchard, hunting;, fishing and
Crater' Lake scenes for sale at Cler
king A Harmon's studio. Negatives
made any place, kodak, finishing. 12S
East Main street, Phone 2 IB R.
A. Rosa and J. V, Davis wero
down from Griffin Creek during tho
O. C, Doggs, city attorney, mado
a professional visit to Jacksonville
Ladles' shoes stained at Summer-
vino's barber shop; -
Mrs. Eva Booth Tucker, ft notod
leader of the Salvation Army, passed
through Medford the- for part of
tho week, en routo to Portland.
Mrs. F. H. Hopkins of Central
Point -was among her Medford
friends Friday afternoon.
Hotel Medford will servo another
turkey dinner tomorrow, SO cents.
Hours 5 to 6:30. 304
School Superintendent Wells came
over from Jacksonville Friday, on a
short business .visit.
Rev. A. C. Howlctt of Eaglo Point
was in Medford Friday on his way
to Grants Pass.
Organdies, lawns, mulls, cleaned
to perfection at Pantorlum. 304
F. W. Ralthell and A. Brown of
Grants Pass wero recent visitors !n
Real ' home raaa bread at Dc
Voe's. Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Cameron of
Apple -is to spent Friday night in
Dr. S. A. Lockwood and Dr. Myrtle
8. Lockwood (regular physicians, not
chiropractors) have removed their
offices from tbe Haikios' bulldlns:
1032 E. Main street
A son was born at Merlin, Jose
phine county, to Dr. and Mrs. D. A.
Forbes (nee Myrtle Lawton) this
Bring that old book wlta torn
blndng down and Mare tt rabonsd
at, toe MsO' Tribune offle. Costs
brit.lltUe. - " tf
"Mrs,' H. Mattern, Miss Anna Mat
tern and John Mattern or Ashland
made Medford a visit Friday.
Albert Leonard, who has been st
Grants Pass for soino time, is In
A. J. Daley of Kaglo Point tarried
In Medford Friday afternoon.
V. if. Madden of Central Point
district has returned front n trip to
Portland nnd Seattle. Ho was In
Medford Friday accompanied by Mrs.
Kodak finishing, tho best at Wm-
on.'n, opposite book store. -
Mr. nnd Mfs. E, U, llnnlcy tf
North Jacksonville precinct wero
Medford .visitors Friday,
Mrs. Albert North Is visiting 't
Cotthgo Grove whllo Mr. North has
gono to Los Angeles to see the Anderson-Brown
Insureand bo sure. Right It wo
wrlto It. R. A. Holmes, The Insur
Joint Dunnlngton and M. M. Taylor
of Jacksonville-transacted business
In Medford Friday. - ',
Mr. tuaMrs.P. Barnoburg wcro
over from the ranch Friday after
noon. . - ,
Cfarklng & Harmon, studio por
traits; home portraits, flash lights,
kodak finishing, post card work and
enlarging.; 12S East Mala street;
telephone 2 IS R.
John Arnold and W. G. Knlps wero
among tho many who canto to Med
ford Friday on business.
Revival services aro being held nt
tho Freo Methodist church, corner of
Tenth and' Ivy, by uevs E. C. Glazier,
formerly of Colorado.
Carkln 4k Taylor (John H. Car
kln'and Glenn O.-Taylor), attorneys-at-law,
over Jackson County Bank
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Guchns of
Grlfrin Creek mado a trip to Medford
Dr. A. L. Leo spent Friday In vis
iting at Ashland.
New York -Life Insurance Co. C
T Tengwmld, Medford National
Bank Dldg., phone 3371
Mrs. Thompson, who has been
making Mrs. K. W. Bromley an ex
tended visit, left for her homo In
southern California Friday.
IN FIGHT I0DAY
There in irotmlily renter Interest
being ilisplnyctl in the citv today over
tlio Attucrsuii-llrMWtt contest nt Ver
non tliU nfteiitoon tlutti ever before
created by nny fijsbt, elinmptonshin or
otherwise ever stnp-tl. In ftiet "evct-y
body'ti ileinj: it," nnd talking it.
Anderson's career in this eitv.wits
his first slep up the ladder lihuud
tho chntupiotixhip. He wnu taken up
while here by the Medford fans who
have stayed with him thtouhont. ItU
ability to deliver the goods hn been
unquestioned by them, and now it is
impossible to j-et n Medford fan to
bet nainot Anderson.
Hud will reach Medford next
Thursday to spend n few days in the
rishelte, need (Ul, of (Irnnls Pans.
Tho e.ouple will, make, their huiitu nt
Nosi'liur?. McCall is u frutl InsptoUir
of Dnuitla county.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
EJCCHANGEV140-BCTO stock ranch,
welt. Improved, for unimproved
Acreage. Clark Realty Co.
FOR SALE: L 45-h.
30 h. p. Jackson1;
Bulck, good condition;
roadster, c E. Qates.
p Premier; 1
SMALL FRUIT RANCH WANTED.
With house, otc, 3to'Q miles from
Medford; either planted to young
tree or, ready to plant, or some
bearing preferred. Will put In $800
to $1000 cash' and $3000 C per cent
C-year improved real estato mort
gage, int. payablo.seml-onnually, and
due In two ycat;s. Or will exchange
a modern $4l00 resldonco on 2 lots,
In Denver, Incumbrance $1000, to
equal amount. Want n place all
ready to live in, with all tho "muni
tions of war." No schemes. If you
wish to rcmovo to So. California,
this Is a fair opportunity. Ivo got
tho Medford fever bad. Address C. N.
Whltakor, Box 33C, Monrovia, Los
Angeles county, California.
County Judge Frank I,. Ton Velio
Saturday rented the huildinjr former
ly occupied by an abstract company
directly neross the street from tho
court house nt Jacksonville in onler
thnt the sheriff will have room lo col
lect taxes, lie luH been iwiuj,' the
circuit courtroom but the convening
of the March term makes it necessary
thnt tbs sheriff vacate his room.
REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
MEDFORD MERCHANTS' ASS'N
Tho regular monthly meeting of
tho Medford Merchants' association
will be hold at tho Nash grill Monday
evoatng at 6:30 sharp. Several Im
portant questions will be up for dis
cussion and a good attendance Is desired.
1MBMP " llW'?t llttWJtl
31. W. A. NOTICE.
Special business to come before
the camp Tuesday night, March 18,
at S p. m. Meeting hold at K. P.
hall. Want a good attendance. Show
your spirit and turn out.
JOHN P. LAWRENCE,
30C - Clerk.
FOR SALE $8000 mortgage on real
estate in this valley which recently
sold for $50,000. Interest 8 per
cent duo In threo years. See O. A.
McArtbUr, .room 3 over P. O.
WANTED Havo client who wishes
to borrow $6500 for 5- years; will
pay 8 por tent Interest and glvo
security on Medford brick building
ana lots to the value or $18,000.
C. A. MeArtbur, room 3 "over P. O,
FOR RENT Summer rates begin
April 1 at tbo Berben. Everything
now; prlvato bath, laundry, etc;
completely furnished apartments,
10 Quince sL . .
FOR RENT Modem 8-room rur
nlsbed bouse with barn, electric
lights, gas. 112 South King nt. 306
LOST WbJto cplts dog (roolo); an
swers name ot Teddle. Reward
for return to owner. O. W, Dewey,
iioguo River, Ore. 807
FOR RBNT Modern syen room
houBe. with sleeping porch. W. It.
Kverhnrd, 1013 W. Otbi
FOR RBNT OR 8ALK Furnished
flvo room cottago with large gar
den, Apply owner ompremlses. 817
W, 10th. . - , 304.
FOJl JJKT C acres 2 blocks from
city paving; 2 acres under irrlga-
. tloii; 3 room houso and small
barn, Phono 368. C. A. McArthur,
Room 3 P. O. block. 304
FOR EXCHANGE Property In So
attlo, Portland, Tacoma, Oakland
and, Los Angeles for property in
this valjoy, C. A. McArthur, room
3, P. O. block. Phonp 308, 304'-
FOR TRADE Ten acres of good or
chard land to trade for automo
bile. Jess Wright, Contrul Point,
Ore . 309
Clark & Wright
WASHINGTON, D. O.
Public Land Matters: Final Proof.
Desert Lands, Contest and Mining
M'CALL-FISHKTTK Bv County
JudRo F. L. Tou Velio nt high noon,
Friday, March 13, 11U3. F. A. McCall,
aged 68, of Itosebun;, and Mary A.
Children Who Are Sickly
Mothers who valuo their own com
fort and tho welfare or their children
should never bo without a box ot
Mother Gray's 8wcot Powders for
MMrAn fa, itkj. t)ir,Mi vhmit thn Urtil. j
:r :.. ji J" .v...:: .:.?. a
NOt HELP HER
But Lydia E.Pinkham'a Veg
etable Compound Restored
Mrs. LcClear'a Health
Her Own Statement
Detroit, Mich, "I am glad to dis
cover a remedy that relieves mo from
my sutrerinrr anu
rlns. For two years
down pains and got
oil run down, 1 was ,
under n nervous (
strain nnd could not
sleep nt night. 1 I
went to doctors hero I
in the city but they
did not do mo nny
" Seeing Lydia E.
Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound adver
tised, I tried 1L My health improved
wonderfully and I nm now qulto Well
again. No woman suffering from fe
male ills will regret It If she takes tills
medicine." Mrs. Jamkb ti. LkClcar,
330 Hunt St., Detroit, Mich.
Philadelphia.' Pa. "Lydia E. Plak- .
hnm's Vegetable Compound Is nil you J
dnim it to bo. About two or three '
days lx) f ore my period I would get bnd
backaches, then pains in right and left
sides, and my head would ache. I called
the doctor and he iinkl I bad organic In-
llnmmation. I went tohim for a while but
did not got well so I took Udla&l'ink- ,
ham's Vegetable Compound. After tak
ing two bottles I was relieved nnd finally
my troubles left ma. I married and '
have two little girls. I have had no re- i
turn of the old troubls." Mrs. ClUS. ,
Dokll, 90S0 8. Chsdwlck St., l'hlla.,Pu.
mm i .. ' -t - - - ,
do not tnfco
Substitutes or Imitations
Made In tho largest, host
equipped and sanitary Malted
Milk plant In the world
Wc do not niti!o"li7A7;rorMCfy'
Skim Milk, Condensed Milk, etc
Rut iho Orloliutl'Gimuine
HORLtCK'S MALTED MILK
Mudo from pure, full-crcuin mlllc
mul the extract ot Hcliot; maltdd rfraiti,
reduced to powder form, soluble ht
writer. Tltu l'ood-drlnk (or All Ajjes.
IVASK FOR "HORLICK'S"
Used all over tho Globe
jfTio moat economical and nourishing light lunch.
. av H IVn lArt.i"","""Tl
a.tiii niik am"
MULES AND HORSES
UNION LIVERY STABLES
Tho only good hoard and food atablo in Medford
Riverside and Bartlett Ray Gaunyaw
W curry a Very compltto Una bt
dmtxrlrn. Iae eurtslnn, ruturro, etc..
ami lo sit clnim.'ii of upholntrrlni; A
pc!l man to took aftrr thti work
oiclualvaljr anil lll slvo aa (uoJ
anrvle aa la noaalbl to Ktt in nvn
(hit larsrat cltlta
Weeks & McQowah Co
Just This I Liko tho Roguo Rivor Valloy
no vor want to siill?
ItlKht now inveral buyers nro horo to Invest, nlso I have friends
cnmlui; hero to locate this sprlnit- I would llkn to know of your
proposition nt once. If It I n tsood Investment imi can do buslniHi.
J. 0. BARNES, 214 1st National Bank Bldg.
son. Tboy break up colds, relievo
fovcrlshness, constipation, teething
disorders, hcadacho and stotuuch
troubles. Used by mothers for 22
years. These powdors never fail.
Sold by all drug stores', 25 cents.
Don't acept any substitute. Sample
mailed freo. Address. Allen S. Olm
sted, Le.Itoy, N. Y.
FOR RHNT Opo mqdorn 6-room
house, ono 4-room house, both on
(la.uu ailCUU OIO OUUIU UAta-l
dale, . 31J&!
i s . i ' 1 ) t . a
CC acres located 4 miles from good
It. It. town, 9 miles from .Medford r
fine soil; nearly all planted to 3.
yr.-old applce and pears. Deeded
water right for 29 1-2 acrcc. Old
Price I7C per acre.
44 acres located Vt mllo from ono
of tho best towns In. tho valley; 18
acres in alfalfa, 4 acres gardon. 13
acros grain, 10 acres pasture; good
6'room bouse and outbuildings.
Prlco fOOOO, halt cash; balance
40 acres located 2i miles from lt.lt,
town and'O mllou front Medford;
nearly all river bottom soil, fina
for alfalfa; In grain crops now; G
acres signed up for water; no
buildings; land on both sides held
at 1200 por acre.
Prlco $136 per aero for cash.
3C acres closo to good It. U. town in
this valloy. Ueoded water right for
22 acres. Good buildings, I havo
pictures of tamo; on good county
roadr all-land under thn ditch is
fine alfalfa soli and In grain cropH.
Price $130 per" acre. Terras on
$1800 of price.
' I havo personally examined the
above 4 tracts and consider them
4 of the best buys in tho valley
today. , j '
C. A. McArthur
Itoom a over P. O, Phono 3138.
NEED A REST
This dan only bo' obtained by tho
wearing ot glassctf. - Not just any
kind of glasses, but thoso fitted by
scientific methods to your special re
quirement. My methods and oxpcrlenro guar
antee you this result. A trial will
Como now to
Kyi) Skill 'Kperiull'it'
T(e Best Pasry Cooks
Of courso tliore1 fs'a reason'.
It is the doublo
n contains two
powor units, can
not. fall to ralso
Nothing In It Is
It Is dependable,
It Is absolutely
puro and the
prlco Is right.
An interruption v?rillo tho fcako
is boltiff mixed, a slight difference
In tomperaturo of the ovou, n Jar
ot tbo oven door won't matter It
you uso CItKSCKNT.
That Is why It Ih used by chefs
and good cooks.
All grocers; 2Sc full pound,
Bend 2c stamp for Cook nook.
AUTOS Brought UP-TO-DATE
at Small Cost
Old autos mado now hy installation of foro doors. Vit!t
fore doors, your car cannot bo told from a 1913 model.
Wo make forodoors of any sizo or pattom to fit any
make of motor car.
Tho cost is, slight tho improvomont groat. '
J. W. MITCHELL
WAQON AND CARRIAGE SHOP
South Riverside, near Mam
T TJ T? T?
L M. Fj Fj
It is now time to get busy planting trees.
iVHti.tr, v,J l'ATito.M.u Tin:
Eden Valley Nurseries
You havo the best stock of goods In tho valley fiom which to choose. --.
You ore dealing with tho loading nursery of Houthoni Oregon,
You encourago a worthy nnd wido-n-wnko homo Industry,
You got nursery goods that havo boon proporly handled.
You aro doallng with a nurseryman, not n treo agent.
You got rollablo stock at)d rollablo advice.
You will bo plonsod with tho goods, tho price will bo right.
What more do you want?
I havo In stock u splendid lino of shndo trcox, borry biiehuu, rhubnrb, flowery Hhrubbory, vinos
iors, etc., for-city trade. Call and see my stock, you nro always wolcomo whether you buy or
not. Delivery yards 0110 block wit of the now loiicrotu bridge.
N, a. IIK.NNISTT.
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