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MEDTOTin MATriTtttTONK MTOTORD. OBKOON'. VR1IMV. MAHfir US, 1"'";
Mr. 'lainmor, proprlotor of tlio
.Mldwrty frtill Mnml, received word
Tlnirmlfty nlfiht thnt hl innthor had
died nt l.os AnRclrn, whero alio hnd
been for her health,
MM. Jonnlo Martin returned
ThuriiMy evening to her homo In
Cheney, Wash., nfter'ft visit In Bed
ford to her uncle, II. A. WmoII, and
Mr. and Mrs. K. D. HlUlor,
LntKO bulb of Jho finest varieties
of cactjfl and dcconUlyo dahlias. Tnl.
sir.-n. " 10
MIbh WrUia PenlnKor, ft native
dnunht'er or Jackson county, and
Henry W.Poniirlne of Lincoln, Scb.,
we'ro married at Corvnllls recently
by Iter. .t. II. N. Ilcll. Both nro stu
dents at (lieOrcKon ARrlcttltural col
lege. II. I. Walthcr, manaper of Uip
California & Oregon Power comivany
at Bedford, la maklnit Portland n
aunrantced complcto wagons nt
Pell, Ashland, for less than J 100.
11. W. Telfer, who Is representing
the CInrk-Henery company, left for
Kngeno Thursday erenlng.
Mrs. J. V. Adams and hor son, who
have been visiting In this section,
left for Ashland Thursday.
Orchard, hunting, fishing and
Crater Lake scones for salo at Cor
king & Harmon's studio. Negatives
made any place, kodak finishing. 12S
Kiwt Main 'street Phono 215 II.
J. J. Holland, who now halls from
Sacramento. Cal., Is making his for
mer homo In tho valley a visit.
Miss Nora Wilson of Griffin Creek
has been visiting In Medford.
Clerking & Harmon, studio por
traits, homo portraits, flash lights,
kodak flulahlng. post card work and
enlarging.; 12S East Main street;
telcphono 216 R.
S. S. Alkcn, deputy county asses
sor, spent Thursday at Ashland.
W. rreel was In Medford Thurs
day on his w ty to Central Point from
Sterling rtlstr U, where he has been
engaged in mining.
J. W. Mills and V. 0. McWIlllam
were up from Aohlsnd Thursday nf
lornooii. II. J urgent) hnd 0. Orlmes of Cen
tral Point tarried In Medford Thurs
day. Invito your friends to come on tho
excursion from Tneomn to Medford,
April ft. Hound trip, ltfi.70.
A. V. Kellnr of McCloud, Cal., and
K. C. Waterman of Klamath Falls
nro recent arrivals In Medford.
.tamos Owens, former county com
missioner, transacted business In
Carkln & Taylor (John M. Carkln
and Cllonn O, Taylor), attorneys-
fti.lnu. rtwir TnnVenn Pun n tv flank
A largo number of Ashland Klks
vlsltod tbelr Medford brethren
Thursday night and enjoyed a social
session especially designed for them.
" Miss ncsslo' Taylor of Salem Is
making friends 'living In Medford a
Insuro and bo sure. Right If wo
write It. R. A. Holmes, Tho Insur
ance Man. ,.
J. M. Tonn of Oallco Is a recent
arrival In Medford
Mi- IlivM-W nf KnniK Priofc. who
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praciitioncr, is sieauny iniprovniK
treatment by a Medford
homo mado bread at De
Weeks & McGowan Co.
Day Phone 227
V. V. Weeks 10.1-J-2
A. E. Orr D78-M
George A. Morse or Talent was
among tho many who came to Med
Nearly 110.000 has been distrib
uted among the counties of Oregon,
according to their area, being 5 per
cent or tho public lands in Oregon
sold by tho United States govern
ment. Jackson county, with 1.S15,
040 acres, received S4u4.CS, and Jo
sephine county, with 1.120,M0 acres.
got $280.73. This money must bo
expended on roads, bridges, etc.
Now York I.tfo Insuranco Co., C.
Y. Tcngwald, Medford Natlonnl
Hank btdg. Phone 3371.
Guy Thrasher ot Phoenix made n
business trip to Medford Thursday.
Jasper Hannah of Debenger Gap
transacted business at Medford and
Jacksonville this week.
C. II. Wheeler, who has been vis
iting relatives In this vicinity, has
returned to his homo on upper Roguo
Kodak finishing, tho lost at Wes
ton's, opposite book store.
Richard Morris ot Portland, ono
or tho pioneer locomotive englneors
or tho Southorn Pacific company, is
-making Rogue River valley. Ho was
I formarlv on the run between Ash-
land and Roseburg.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Hamilton and R
E. Hall of Grants Pass woro In Med
ford ono day this week.
Mrs. M It. Porker of Central
Point spent Thursday In Medford.
A. C Alien and (1, V. Wolgnmott
were In from Hollywood orchard
J. A. Conk and H Dufflotd, two
of Gold Hill's bent cltUous, tarried
In Medford Thursday afternoon.
Vapor baths and scientific mas
sago for men nnd women. Dr. II.
J. Lockwood, chiropractor, 203 Oar-nctt-Corey
bldg. Phono l4f.
J. M. Radcr of Phoenix precinct
motored to M oritur A Thursday.
C. C. Walker of Ilarron made a
hurried trip to Medford Thursday.
He was city editor ot tho Valley Rec
ord In former days.
Ei I). Weston, commercial photog
rapher, negatives mado any tlmo or
placo by appointment. Phone M.
J. II. Gay of Central Point was
the guest of his son, Charles II. Gay,
Rev. Albert Parker, prominent In
religious clrojes lu the mlddte west
nnd n former missionary to India,
passed'through Medford tho forepart
of tho week, en route to Grant Pass
to nlteitd tho M. E. conference.
Feed nnd seed. Schmidt, phone
Albert Toxler of Salem, well
known in Oregon newspaperdom, is
making Medford a visit.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Standley of
North Jacksonville precinct came to
W. W. Woods of Ashland was on
tho southbound train 'Thursday af
ternoon. . ( ,
William lilrlch, trustee In bank
ruptcy for J.TJIIhan, will sell at pub
lic auction at tho old Cuthbert stand,
various articles ot merchandise of
said bankrupt, March 29, 1913, at 1
o'clock p. m. 302
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Jewell, who
live north of Rogue Rtvcr, spent a
few hours In Medford during tho
W. E. Thompson or Gold Hill
transacted business In Medford
O. W. Cottam, tho veteran haber
dasher, who has been coming to
this section regularly for moro than
a quarter ot a century, is In Medford
Frank Roblson, formerly engagod
In bnrberlng nt Jacksonville, and
his wlfo aro visiting relatives living
near Central Point. They are en
routo to California.
Charles and Fred Lewis were over
from Antelope district Thursday.
Mrs. Delta Williams ot Grants
Pass has been visiting In Medford.
Mrs. D. M. Collins of Jaoksonvlllo
was nmong Medfore relatives tho
foro part of tho week.
.1 fttlllmnn Vilas was among (he
horllculturlslM lu Medford Thursday
Mllo P. Ward, who formerly lived
at Gold Hill, died nt hi residence In
Portland March 20, nfter a long III
n.rs, aged R8 years Ho was orig
inator Ot sovoral schemes, among
them the high lino ditch thht was
to Irrigate the land between upper
Itoatio rlxur and Gold Hill, on tho
north side of that stream.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Collins and J. K.
Kellogg of Central Point tarried
while In Mini ford during the week.
or. nnd Mrs. Frank Cochran ot
CVntrnl Point were In Medford
Thursday. Tho former nlso made n
trip to Jacksonville.
William Ulrlch, trusteo In bank
ruptcy for J. Otlhan, will Belt at pub
lic auction nt tho old Cuthbert Mtnud,
vat tons articles of merchandise ot
said bankrupt, March 2!), 1913, nt 1
o'clock p. m. 302
Mr. Schleb of l.os Angeles Is tho
guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. E. Redden.
He Is well pleased with Medford and
Rogue River valley.
Mrs. Maud Hockenyos, who has
been spending some tlmo vlHlttng
relatives here, has returned to Port
laud. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. K. Stevens of
Trail have returned ft out n visit til
Portland. They will tnrry In Medford
n few days before leaving for tholr
Chief Hltfson and Officers Mego
nnd Cndy spent Friday nt Jackson
ville being subjoened as witnesses In
tho enso ot the state versus Frank
H. C. Sampson', L. n. Cole and M.
Jordan were down from GrautH Pass
ELOPES AND WEDS
HERE NEXT JUNE
John if. Send, general pn4cnpKr
agent of tho Southern I'neific com
pany is in iledfonl today making nr
rnni;ements for oxcurMoiw to bo run
to this city for the state grand lodge
convention of the I. O. O. F. which
convenes here in June. One. fore rnlo
for the round Inft will ho Rrnnted
from nil Oregon points, ilr. Scott
snyi nt leimt 1,500 vNilow will bo in
.Medford. There will ho both daylight
und night excursion trnint from Port
land with one fnrfor the round trip,
ilr. Scott nlso ate thnt on Sun
tin v. Mnv 18. tlnfil'iiRCt Sound nnd
Xorthwcit Atlmefrt moclutidn will
pnss through Medford en route to
Snerninento. Their specinl train will
bo linltetl here for two hours.
OKKUON AOKU'n.Tl'HAIi COL
1.K0K. I'urvnllk Ore., March i!8.
One more vlopt'tiieul hit -lited Oregon
Agrioullnrnl college thin week, I lie lilt.
ct to embark on the miitiimoiiinl 80it
being llitiv Polnerlne of Lincoln.
Nch., nnd Wrlliit Poiiuinger of iletl
ford, who secured it marriage license
nt the lleiitoit count citiutlioitoe mid
were united li.v Or. .1. I!. .V, Hell, pas
tor. of the t'oivnlliH l'lch.vloihin
church, last Friday.
Mrs. Pomerin lcft!fr'her home in
Ledford the next day nfler thf cere
mony wiih performed, lloth of the
piincipnls nro fretlilnen. Mrn. Pom
eriue entered in the tlouielio science
und url department, while Mr. Pom
eriue took up ngriuultnre. The groom
intends to fiuUh his college course.
ifr. l'omerlito is well known in
this city. She was born on the Pen
ninger ranch nnd i n niece of Hie late
Jiidue llaniiii. She was employed nt
the Hold Medford for some time.
The children's hour nt the library
which hart been mi miccessfiilly con
ducted by .Mrs. Allen Hrackeiirecd
under the direction of the educational
committee of the (Ironter iledfonl
club, will he continued lb cumiing two
weeks liv ilrs. ('. 1). Ilooit. All child
ren who nre interested nto invited to
come at 10 n. in.
Tho Good CltUons' leaguo will
hold a call meeting nt S p. m. Mon
day, March 31, 1913, In Hip tent, cor
ner of Hartlett nnd 4th st. All mem
ber nro expected to bo present to
attend to Important business.
II. L. STINK, Pres.
7 N. I TOYVN8l.NI). 8ec.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR HALE G-ton stack flue alfalfa
bay, 140. Mllo out on Kings high
way. Phono 91C-J. C
WANTED Woman to take caro of
two children on ranch near town
for two or three weeks. No house
work or cooking. Phono O-F-3,
from 8 to 9 a. in., front 12; 30 to
1 p. ni. or C:30 to C:30 p. in.
Be Sure You See
Our Big Window
OP FANCY CHINA, ODD PIECES DINNER
WARE AND GLASSWARE, RE0-. 7Dc TO $2
VALUES, CLOSING OUT PRICE, SPECIAL
Choicp of all mil- Silk Kiblions, yard 'Uty
lioyHTiOi'lUoiwo Waisls W
Hosiery, llfif- and iffip quality, choice, pair . 15
Work Olovos, $1, .$1,113 and $1.50 quality. 75
I lot men's leather Work (lloves, pair W?$
f)0(M) Post Cards, regular 10c, .V and 2 for fie
quality, many of tlteiu are hand colored, clos
ing out price, each 1
200 POST CARDS, NO TWO ALIKE, SPE
OIAL FOR SATURDAY, 15 FOR 5
A visit to this store will certainly pay you.
There is nearly $2000.00 of every day staple
needs here that are being closed out, many of
them at one-half to one-fourth the original prieo.
WANTED To buy about 60 Angora
goats. 11. P. I). No. 2, llox 120.
Frank E Loomls. 7
WITH MEDFORD TRADE IS MEDFORD MADE
GREAT SALE OF
Bankrupt Stock of Merrivold Shop
Consisting of BOOKS, FINE STATIONERY, NOVELTIES, SCHOOL SUPPLIES, sold by order of U. S. DISTRICT COURT. Wo purchased
this stock at a low figure and must close out quickly, as expect to replenish with complete now lines.
A few items below indicate what we will do to this fine stock. Other goods too numerous to mention.
1 All Books-Half Off Art Brass Goods-Half Off Pictures-Half Off :
c Tablets, per dozen 4
5c Writing Books 2
Oe Spelling Boohs 2
5c J'eneil Boxes - 2p
5e Drawing Tablets , 3i
10a )rawing Tablets -. C
25c Dictionaries ,. 13
95c Book Bags and Straps 10
20c bundles Rni)pliKt 69
50c Pennants , 23p
5e Colored Paints, G for 5
Slates, single or double HALF PRICE
lc Slate Pencils, per dozen 4
2fja Pencil Compass .' , 13v
10c lciicil ShaipciiQi's ....... 6
75c Paper Napkins, per .100 33
25c-30c Box Japor 13
;iuc-40c Box Paper 21i
50c-60c Box Paper 33
25c, 25c, 30c Children's Books 8
$1 Postal Card Albums 48
50c Dinner Favors 19
15c Dinner Favors 6i
30a Children's Blocks , 13
25c Fancy Baskets ., Oy
15c-25c Bridge Scores 9
30c Art Framed Pictures v 9p
JOc Art Framed Pictures t(ig
0c-15c Whitman's rarshmallows Gg
5c Cand', Cough Drops, Gum.., 2p
5c Duplicate Cash Sale Books , 3
50c Art Calendars 19p
$1 Pocket Bill Books 68
50c Game, "Pit" ill?
$1 Doll House Outfit 43
25c Checker Boards . 13?
10c Checker Boards 10r
75c Art Calendars 25
10c Sachets 19
$1.50 Fountain Pens GQ
$2 to $5 Fountain Pens HALF PRICE
All Bibles and Prayer Books Ono-Third Off
$0.50 Manicure Set $2.89
$3.75 Stationery Desk Set $1.48
$2.50 Fern Dishes, $1.10
$3.50 Fern Dishes $1.80
$3.50 Art Book Supports $1.08
10c Correspondence Cards 21 $
$1 Jewel Cases , 53$
$1.25 Jewel Cases 63$
$1.50 .Towel Cases 73$
25 Tailor's Chalk, per box '. 0$
75c Art Mottoes 25$
10c Crepe and Decorated Paper. .. ($
15c Paper Doilies, dozen 5$
Children's Linen Picture Books Half Prico
Place Cards Half Prico
Dinner Cards Half Prico
Hirlhday Candles Half Prico
Fancy Candles Half Prico
35c Pound Writing Paper .,,.....21$
10c Squaro Envelope., pkg 3$
10c Commercial Envelopes, pkg 5$
15c !Fino Linen Envelopes, pkg 8$
15c Writing Tablets, 8$
25c Writing Tablets 13$
10c Shelf Paper (1$
oif Writing -1 1 1 lc ......... 'V
5o Mucilage 3$
35c Library Paste 21$
10c lied Ink 0$
25c Home Indelible Ink 10$
75c Popular Fiction Cut to 38$ Store Full of Bargains. Save Money Now
Commences Saturday, March 29, 10 a. m. Open Evenings
MERRIVOLD SHOP, Bankrupt, 134 W. Main
Moroy-Scollard-Gillam Co., Purchasers