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MTCPFonn TfAn; trtbiintc, Mrcprorcn, okrcion, HA'vvnnAY, jitnr ii, ioin.
lOlhert lluhhiiid Kiiyn ikiiiiq very
lilto tliliiKH. Here Ih oiiii Unit It
iiiIkIiI k worth our wlilln to pointur
nvur: "ICvory knurlc In ii butiM for
tlin other follow.1' Iliii'ii I(iioi,'I(Iiik
lellnvu In any way thin period or
rt'iMiiliiKtDiircHHliiu In tho valley?
Am cnuilllloun hern iiii IiopoIiihh mt
111 liuilittout liiifmlniliit would Imvu iih
helluva? IIiin hit taken llio trouhln
to iiimiiiiro nrtuiil coiiilltliiiiH here
with coiiilltliiiiH nil tliny nxlnt any
where iiIoiik tlii) count? If tin linn he
will find that Mmtforil I inn morn to
recommend It thnit mint other
V nil iiiH'irlnto tho truth of
Ihtthu two iiiiotntlonii! "Ono hm! np
pin In a iIIhIi iIh llin wholii lot,"
nml "A llltlo lonven Iciivituit tho
u'ltolVfltiuip." How would H lo for
tin Coiiiiiiurchil club and tho tinnier
Mcdford club to omhlno mnl mil n
mnioi imiotliiK of every rciddont In
tho vii I toy for tho purpoHo of Marl
liiK tho rlKlit itort of tliotiKlitn.
"ThoiiKhtH it ru thltiK"," )ou know
at thy mimo tlmo rimlliilly Invltlin;.
mi)', urKliiK, thono who rufimn to nr
cnpt the Mm of proaperlty ami ur
ichh either to Mit out or "Mhut iiii"7
If our eiierRlim wero iiiiIIimI In thU
loiutriictlvo way, rallromlii to the
count, iiinuufni'iurliiK Indtmlrle, pity
ioIIn ('ouldu'l ho kept nwny they
would Jiixt iniiiiriitly r.ravlliito our
way. Inn'i mirth IryltiK, vlnm ii
htructho kutickliiK ilooNii't miuu to
hno nrcompllidied auythliiK.
Tim "(Icucrul lYilcrntloii Mnisn
lin" (ho oltltlul ofMiiii of tho (ten-
Tim KrndimtliiK- exertion "M tbn
Kt. Mary'H Acndeiny Motiduy. Juno
U, ww a .ry cnjoynhln orcnnlon.
Ml Mom! Nowhury ami MIm iruno
Hulllvan recelvliiR dlplomn. An ox
cnlleat proKrniiiino wan Riven In
honor or tho ovent. Mhrn Nnwhnry
Krniluaieil lit thu l.ntln Academic and
llio Junior MiihIo couriio. Thin lal
outod young lady Ih tho dnuKhtur of
Mm. Wllliur Juno. MUh Now
bury nrcredltud liormilf wild
hlKh homiM, beliiK crowned
with thn Inurol wreath by Hev, J.
M. O'Null, who dullvered a very able
ami npproprlato aildreiiH, polntlni? out
tho bunefltH or education an n foun
dntlnn fur a iiHoful and moral life
MIhh Irene Hullhnn who urndualed
In thu Junior inimlc cnurno In n vlo
Until of moro than ordinary prom
Wo. Mm ban played In public on
Hovural meaiilouH ami won hearty up
plaiiBo, Too much ranniiot ho Raid or the
exeelleucu of tho Ht. Mary'H Acndeiny
ami tho paliutakliiK liiHtructlou that
tho puplU receive. Tho ntmoHpliero
or roflnumuut nml culture which tho
nlHliim lend to tho Institution leaven
a lanthiK InipreKBlou In tho after llfo
of thu Htudontu.
Tho follow Iiik wan tho proKrniumo
In termer io (Cavallorlti Kiutlcana)
Ht. Mary'H HtrhiK (Juortot
(a) .o Dornlur Hourlro Op, 7
(h) Autoiniio Op. M, No, 3
Maudu It. uS'owbury
(a) Souvenir Drdlit
(h) Mazurka do Concert MiihIii
Iroiio M. Sullivan
MornltiK Invitation (leo, A, Veazlo
Hololtuth Winifred CurtU
Thrco I'art ChoniH Ht. Mnry'a
AildrcHH'J Itov, J. M. O'Null
(a) Tho NlKhthiKalo l-'raus l.Uti
(b) Amlaiitu Flnulo (loft hitiulz
Manila It, Nowhury
(a) Concerto Vll (ulloRro inod
orato) Do llerlot
(b) Hereunto In A Vram Drill.t
Iron'o M. Hulllvan
Coufori'luc or OraduntliiK Honors
l.atlu Acndomlu Courno
Muiidu It. LN'owbury
Confuirlni? of Junior Dlploiuns
Dopartmont of Muulo
Junior l'lanofito Couibo
Mamlo It. Nowhury
Junior Violin Courao
Iruno M. Hulllvan
I'olouaUo Mllltnlro Op. IO....Chopllu
Ht. Mnry'H Htrlnn Quartut
Tho farowoll rocoptlon tomlorod
Mih, OhnrloH Hoy by tho ladles of
tho Flint M. H. church Woilncwlny
anil I'riilitnilloii of Women'a CIiiIih, a
monthly piihllmilon of lutorcitt to all
wideawake, iroiiicHlvn women, ran
ho fotiiul on tho roiulliiK tnhlo at tho
puhlli' library. Head It ami Nml out
what worth. wlillo iIiIiikm woiiiiui nru
In tho rurnuit Imuio of tho "(ion
oral Pederntluu Miiuniiliio" aro lm
irnnloiiH of noino of the prominent
woiiiiui who attended tho ri'tunt
council iim'I'IIiik al WimliliiKtoii, I).
C. Thin rotinrll iiiccIIiik wiih for
I tin purpono of dlncuHMliiK muttcra
rolntliiK to tho Ki'iio'ral Federation of
Woiiicii'h C'IiiIin, ami wan mmlo up of
miuin -'lioo women. Ihdow aro n few
Alhlon I'ollowH Huron--"! vwm
Imprcixi'tl (lint whether at tnhlo chnt
tliiK la relaxed mood, or tlurliiK Icu
hIoii of ilhtviiKNlon ami phiiiuliiK of
work, ono nvr hear our women
npenk n wont or kodnIp, heiim llttlo
kiiiiiII talk on pornoiiiilltlcx, for Hid
w oinon Imvu met to iHxcum affalra
of C'lmrnl Intercut ami welfare,"
Klomnco .tatthown "I wiih Iiii
pri'HNvil hy tho youthful appuarauro
of woiikmi pant tiililillo llfo ami their
luli'tmo Intorcnt In tho affair of tho
Kinlcratlou. Tholr Inlcrcut ln; ami
hrlKht farort kIiouIiik Hint club llfo
ami work In a prooorvor of youth ami
a ncvoi-fallliiK Mourco of nthunl
lli'lril Vnrlrli ItOHUidl "I linaril
Mivoral niiui who ntti'iidi'd tho inert
ln Miy that It would ho woll for
our lnKliiliitorH up at our iiutloii.il
IhkUIiiIIvii mill nu Capitol lllll to at
tend miin of our hoIoiih uiiil find
nftornoon was n decided huccchh, ami
llio CHieem nml popularity of this
honoreu, wn nttculcil by .tho ex
tremely larjto attendance, thero he
lm; a hundred or moro ladle pre,
ent, Thu reception m U, u tho
auditorium of the church, the prin
cipal decoration woro roue or which
there wnd a jcroat prof union of tho
cholccat kind, nrouml tho chancel
rail and on pciti-Mal and table
throiiKhout thu room. Chalriueii
from tho different rlrclcn formed Hid
reception committee, about twelvo
In number. A Hplomlld priiKCiiu
wan tendered eoiiHUtliiK of tho fol
I'lano Duel Mr. PuiiBeliiinii and Mr.
Vocal olu . ... Mm. Van Hcoy
"emiiiiK MIkm Dtmliam
I'lano Holo. .. . Ml Mabel Could
All thu u u in hern wero nppreclnted
and broiiKht forth hearty npplaiuo.
particularly thu Inm nuinber which
Nhowed careful Mtiuly and connldor
nblo Hklll for ho yomiK n iuulclan.
After llio rendition of tho pro.
Krnuimo, Mm. i:. (). ICIdrldae, In her
Inlmltnblo uinnuer, uiadu a niont
tnuchliiK nddrcH upon thu occaHlun
of the departure of. Mr. Hoy from
tho city and thereby tho noverliiR of
her aHKortntlon with tho church
work hero, oIcIdk tho MentlmeutH of
tho laruu number of worker who
hne been Intimately nnHoclated with
her during tho pat year, nml In few
woll chosen ami mom appropriate re
mark preHouted to Mr. Hoy a beau
tiful cut claim water not, coiiHlBtliu;
of a pitcher and tumhlerH to match,
tho i;lft or tho Hoclety. Tho latter
wan a mirprlHo iih It wnih lutuudod It
hIioiiIiI bo to Mm, Hoy and Ih a hiiiuII
recognition or tho value they place,
upon her work nmatiK them,
After an hour or ho of delightful
IntormtiiKlliiK of kuchIb In noclnl
cnnvoMo, refrcHhmentH of Iro cream
and cake, were nerved by Mm. Kin
leyldo ami her ahHlatauts, after
which tho KuuHta departed to tholr
Duo credit should ho tttvon lo Mm.
KtnliOHldo, Mm, Van Hcoyoo and
othera who no kindly nuHlHtud In all
nrraiiKomentn for tho reception, and
tho Hoclety dcalreH to thank thorn
for tho Hnmo,
Mr, and Mm, Hoy nml family loavo
In u few diiyu for Lour Heaiii, Cal.
A few of Medford'H lalontcd yoimi?
peopU met laHt Hattiiday oveuliiK at
tho homo ot Mr. and Mm. Kd M. An
drews and effected un oir.anUatlim
known au thu 1'layeiH club, with Hid
purpoup ot a thorough study and
eventual piesoiitatlou or opera and
drama. TIiIh Ih the younger divis
ion or tho club, anil It Ih expected
hooii to oi'Knulxo another division,
mado up ot older people and thimo
of moro or Iohh oxporleuco In tho
various pIutHca ot opoia and drama.
Tho youiiKor dlvUlou ot tho club
elected iih temporary efficers: Herb
ert. Alford. prcHtdeut; Kiitlioiiuo
Pcuol, vIce-preHldeut; Kthel Outluio,
out how to lop off Hid noM-ciwn'
tlulx, K'l down to IiuhInchh ami din
pomiu with talk iih hiicIi."
Iiinjt l, Hpooimr "Thu touncll
I'liiphiiHlriMl thu fact that thu ora of
tho illniilni: vlin, ilcpomluut, lKor
ant, fiiHhlon-plato lady In woll nlli
piiHMiiil. Tho flne-looldnc, Intolluct
uiil, itidfTOlhint, woll dri.'inicd woiiinn
uapiililo of ixin;Hlni: valuahlii
thoiiKhtH In eouclxo KiikMrIi won a
plDUKtiro to look at ami u dollKht 'o
Tho HlkliiK Clrclo or tho IiIkIi
mliool lrhi took an early inornlni;
tramp laut Wmlnoadny. KnthualiiHin
In HiIh form of nxortlxi) nml niniino
imuit KCDiim lo ho u'rowlnj;. Tlmrc
woro uliiuU'ou on thin trip, as nRiilimt
it I nu of hmL wouk. Kiixt WniliicHilay
uioriiliiK tho "hlki'm" will loavo thu
city park at r.:.TO n. m. Any wltiic
lm: to Join them will rommunlcatc
with .MIhh Ktliul (lullirlc, 113 Cw
ova avmiuu, pliinio 4 2C.
The tiookn loaneil hy Hid Htnto llh
rary ('oiiiiiiIuhIoii In ho lined by tho
varfoiiH department of tho (Ircater
Mcdford club, notably Hid 'Iioiiiu
economic, educational and civics,
aro Mill In tho llhrnry, thn 1 1 hid limit
liavlm: been extended until July 1.
Tlieiu) bijiikH have been put Into tho
general cltciilalln ilepurttueiit of
Uid library ami aro well worth tho
Him) of any nun who In luterented In
thn llvo Iwiiioh of tho day. Head
Home of them, If you haven't already
Hecrelnryj !:. M. Andrew. Htauo
iiinnaiter; Mrn. i;. M. Andrew,
roach; Mr. Howell, mimical director,
I no firm tudy will ho directed to
"Kalka," n tlirco-sict comic opera by
CliasHnlKiic, iraimlated front tho
Kreiich. Thin opera ni played Just
before tho duyi or '.Mikado," ana
reached nearly tho popularity or tho
latter. I'erhnp tho Mroncent cant
with which It was presented was
when McCnll produced It with Do
Wolf Hopper, Kloln and Frauds
Wltnon an KtiiM.
Tlio club will meet till (Satur
day) evening at tho homo or K. M.
Andrew b for tho flrt reading of tho
Thu Cnthollc church was made
beautiful Thtinulay morning In pluK
and whlto rimeH with Rroen shrub
bery, In readlnen for tho wedding
of MIhh FranccB Ireno I-anilng to
Mr. Wlllluni HiiKH of Austin, Minn.
At 9 a. m. tho bridal party nppenred
to tho strain of tho beautiful wed
ding march from Wngner's "Tan
linusor," with Mr. 0. Tallandler nt
tho organ. Father O'Noll performed
a Hlmple rliiK ceremony, nftcr which
MIhh (leraldliie Mlksclie. who pen
hcch a volco or iiutiHiinlly sweet
iiuallty, hiiiik Iloud'H "I Lovo You
Truly." Nuptial niatm was then sung
In which MIhh Mlkscho rendered
"Venl Creatore," by Mlnnrd.
Tho brldo was becomingly gowned
In a combination ot whlto xntln nml
luce nml was attended by her ulster,
MIhh Florence KiiiisIiik, who nlso ap
peared In whlto, wlillo hor brother,
Alex. Landing, attended tho groom.
AHer tho rcromony tho bridal
party ami n row Intimate friend
went lo tho ranch homo o! K. W.
I.aiiHlng, tho brldo'fl father, where
they enjoyed a woddlnu hronkfiut.
Mrs. Hush has tweii ono of Med
ford'H most fiUcccHsful school teach
er and Hho leaves Mcdford with tho
hoht wIhIioh of a host of rrlcnda. At
their departure on tho ovonlng train
Mr, and Mm. Huns woro surprised
with a most beautiful rose nhowed.
tie farewell from her class In tho
North school. Thoy will stop at
Portland, Spokane and other pofntB
on routo to Austin, In which place
they will reside.
Tho women of Jackson county end
Mcdford have learned to visit nml
uiiiko iibo of "Tho Hunt ltooni,"
Through ono wool; fifty persons
rested In tho rooms, $3. 10 has
been collor.tod for tukhiR euro of
babies. Tho .financial report for
tho quarter Is iih follews:
Fob, 15, cash on hand, ?2S; Feb,
IH to March 15, received J2C.57,
disbursed, JHG.r.l!; March ID to
April 15, rorolvod $30,45; disbursed,
till. 11; mil 15 to May 15, received,
$'J5.G0; disbursed, $20,05, leaving n
balance ot $22.84.
Miss Alctha Kmorlck .left Wednes
day for Kugeno, where bIio will shnro
In thp fustlvltlcH of commoncomont
wrok nt tho University of Oregon,
On .luiiu 11th, IIM.'I, ut the li
men hall in Moilfonl, ClicHtfr A. Ar
thur Hrliiif CorM No, .'I! Knvo u dual
i'liui'tloil In honor of Mm, Harriot
J'aiil ami MIhh I.comIo Hull wIioho
birthday nrrivi-il with thu iiHlioriiiK
in of Unit ilny nml dad', ami Mth.
I,i'iiu KoNclieiry wiih lionurnl with a
"filmwiT," .Many niiroiriiitc, uhi-I'iiI
ami nluahlo kHIh were donated hy
tlii; Mrvcral Imlii'H to .Mrx, KoHchurry.
Wifri-KliinontM of mid' mnl ii't- crmm
wen' hi'rvi'il ill tlu huiiulil'iil haiiiitRt
room of th Ik'ilini'u'M wigwam. Tin'
ftiiicllon I'liuliuucd from L':00 Id r:0()
p. in. The affair wiih oiip of n Mir
icH lii'ld oiico ciilIi uioiith llirouliout
tin1 year hy th lot-nl W. It. C. cipIi
liciiiK IiiihciI iihiii hoiiii! liiHtoric i-vcnt
or local occurrence. The object of
IIicnii entcrlnintnciiU U lo hiinj; the
old wililicrH of .Mcdford and vicinity
iulo cloHcr rclntioitH with the micial
lifo of thu oily, TIiuho iilleiiditiK
hint WcdneHdayV ciiterlainment Were:
.MeitdameH. Hull, Itonrdinnii, Kohlc,
I'aul, Miller, Audru, Itosehcrry,
Wooiln, Hriidliiir.V) Hart IJender Al
der HIumiKh, Amleritou, Kent, Kuliler
Mrs. H, C. Kentncr gave a ono
o'clock luncheon Innt Monday, honor
ing her Rucst, Mrs. Adclla J. Jennings
of Kansas City. Tho fourteen In
vited guests were .pleasantly sur
prised with tho announcement of
Mrs. Jennlng's engagement to Mr.
William Itoss MacDonnld ot Uutte,
Montana. Mr. MacDouald, former
United States nssaycr of Montana,
owns active mining Intcr.-ntH In both
that stnto ami Oregon. Mrs. Jen
nings, through her frequent visits to
Medford Iiuh many friends hero.
Wednesday, tho eighteenth Inst. Is
thu day set for tho nuptial ceremony,
which will tnko placo al tho Kuntner
homo. Thoy expect to Icavo Mcd
ford thu Inst of tho week for Uutte
at which place, they will temporarily
Miss May I'hlpps entertained tin
I'hllnthla Illblo class ot tho North
Methodist church Tuesday evening
with n tea. Tho home was decorated
In pink and white roses, thu main
varieties being I .a Franco and Ia
Mark. Miss I'hlpps guests were:
Misses Dernlco Carder, Kathcrine
Dunham, Julia Fielder, Dora Smock.
Mary Hess, Nana Flcmmlng, lClc-anor
Maule, Marjorlo. Flemmlng, Edna
Itnndall, Kuto Stlno, Nana Matney,
Fern' Sine, Itoso Fielder and Mcs
dames. Glen Conwell, Graco Wood,
Graco McCulluni, John A. Honey,
Donald Springer, 'J. A. Dent. D. E
I'hlpps nml J,rs- .5.' A- Meeker.
Tuesday evening a merry party ot
Medford's younger sut motored to
Ashland to nttend, a dnnco given by
I'. M. Scott, one of Ashland's
popular young men. Tho affair took
plnro In tho largo hall of tho Natn
torluin, music bolus provided by n
four-plcco orchestra. Dancing was
engaged hi until nn early hour,
whereupon tho party motored home.
overyouo having enjoyed a most
pleasant evening. Thoio making
tho trip were: Icnh Wnlther, Doro
thy Churchill, Miss Graves, Frances
Konuey, Vera Olmstcad, Gladys Fish
er, Sybil Fish, Will nnverldgo, Lyle
Wnlther, Horace llromlcy, Percy
Churchill, Fletcher Fish, Itobcrt
Wilson and Tlioodoro Fish.
Mrs. Donald Springer entertained
with u dinner Thursday evening nt
tho homo of her mother, Mrs. W. N.
Campbell. Tho uffalr was compli
mentary to Miss Dernlco Carder,
whoso engagement to Mr. George
Kmmnnn was most cleverly an
noil need by way of original rhymes
on tho placo cards. Tho wedding
day Is set tor Juno 25. Mrs, Sprlug
cr'H dinner guests were: MUses
Kntherlno Dunham, Loralno Hilton,
Virginia Carder, Allro Forbes, Mc
Wllllams, Mao Mordoff, Anna Han
sen, Jennie Hanson and Mrs. l'hll
hrook. Tho ladles of tho Methodist Aid
society gavo a reroptlon nt tho Metho
dist church Wednesday afternoon In
honor of tholr president, Mrs, Charles
Hoy, who leave soon for California.
Tho rooms wero beautifully decorated
with a profusion of roses, and after
an afternoon of chatting, leo cream
and cako wero served, Mrs. Hoy was
presented with a cut glass water 6ut
as a token ot tho aid's affection and
Tho Ladles' Aid ot tho Presbytor
lau church nro anticipating somo
real fun tho evening of Juno twonty
fourth when thoy will havu a social
giving each lady who has earned her
hor dollar tor tho Aid a ehauco to
rolato tho experience that dollar has
brought. ltefreshmonts will bo
served and a silver offering takon.
Every onu is Invited to come. It
will bo In tho church chapel.
Mr. and Mrs, Frank Mlkscho of
Dreckcnrldgo, Minn,, who are tour
ing tho Paclfla coast, nro spending
two weeks tu Medford, tho guests of
Mr. nml Mrs, Loo J, Mlkscho ut their
homo on South Peach street.
Mr. Andrews, with his daughter,
Miss Jesuit) Andrews, who Imvo been
vIbHIjik hhi daughter, Mrs, Cnrlnton
Janus, left Moudny ovciiIiik for their
homo In tiny City. They will stop
at nuveral northern prlnu however,
before they reach homo,
Thn Woman' Home Mlitslnnnry
Koclety hold a social tea nt tho homo
of Mrs. Couklln, 205 Apple street,
over sixty ladle being present. Thu
following program was given:
Instrumental solos by Mrs. Slt'
and Kdlth Chldostnr; vocal solo.
Mrs. Van.Hcoyoc; vocal duets, MIssch
Mary and IMmi Gore, Mlssex Gru-o
and Irene DralnuM; readings, Gladys
Wolf, Mrs. Klndlnyslde; remarks on
mlHKlonury work by Mrs. Eldredge,
Mrs. ChidcHtor, Mrs. Van Dyke.
. Misses ninncliu Atwood and Made
lino Gncgnu who have been attend
ing St. Mary's Academy returned
Tuesday to their homes at Weed,
Mrs. Hurt Harmon entertained thn
Tuesday Ilrldgo Luncheon club yes
terday afternoon nt tho Hotel Med
ford, Mr. and Mrs. Ilaker of Saginaw,
Mich., left Monday evening for their
homo after a several weeks' visit to
their daughter, Mrs. Milton Janes.
Mrs. W. F. Shields entertained tho
girls of tho Junior C, E. of tho Pres
Mrs. Hamilton Tells How She
Finally Found Health m
Lydia E. Pinlcham's Veg
Wnrrcn. Ind. "I was bothered ter
ribly with female weakness. I hod pains
nml was not regular,
my head ached all
the time, I had bear
in;; down pains and
my back hurt me thu
biggest part of tho
time, I was diy
and bad weak feel
ings when I would
stoop over, it hurt
me to walk any dis
tance and I felt bluo
" I begnn taking Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound and am now in
good health. If it had not been for
that medicine I would have been in my
grave a long timo ago." Mrs. Aimu E.
Hamilton, R.P.D. No. C. Warren, lad.
Esmond, R.I. "I write to tell you
how much good your medicino has dono
mo and to let other women know that
there Is help for them. I suffered with
bearing down pains, headache, was Ir
regular and felt bluo and depressed all
tho time. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound and commenced to
ga'n in a short time and I am a well wo
man today. I am on my feet from early
morning until lato at night running a
boarding house and do all my own work.
1 hope that many suffering women will
try your medicine. It makes happier
wives and mothers." Mrs. Anna Han
sen. Esmond, Rhodo Island.
Steam and Hot Water
All Work OuarantMd
COFFEEN & PRICE
S3 Howard Block. Entrance on Sib. M
Soma rboaa 140.
"HOW lll Ttlh HlltU KNOW
Closo relations between, uuycr and
seller promotes n bettor economic
umlcrstuiuUnR. Wo wnnt to niako
you funilllar with our store.
Off for tho day?
Tnko somo Morltol motorists'
halm with you. You might havo a
It Is very good for cuts and
scratches disinfects and heals!
Hotter bo prepared.
"Tho sweotnoss of low nrlco sel
dom equals tho bitterness of poor
Tbc Man Who Put tbe
fr E Es In FEE T ,
Look for Tbti TtaJc-Jlatl: Plo.
ture ou tbe Label wbcu buylur
iThe Aullwntlc 1'owJcr for Tea.
iter. Aclilui! l'crt. Sold cicrv.
wuete. .'JC. limine I'unn, AiMrrM.
MXiH H. OLMWltU, Lc Hoy, N. Y.
byterian church Thuritdny afternoon
with n sowing bco. Tbrno girls will
probably form n sowing club which
will ho continued through tho sum
Tho Women's Itollof Corps mot nt
tho G. A. It. hall Wednesday nttor
iionti, and gnvo party In honor ot
two of tholr number, Mrs, Harriot
Paul, and Miss Lena Hull, fco crcntn
PACIFIC & EASTERN RAILWAY
TO BUTTE PALLS SUNDAY JUNE 15.
Leave Mcdford 8:00 a. in. Henrli Mcdford G:30 p. in.
FINE OUTING IN THE MOUNTAINS
Good Fishing Excellent Hotel Accommodations
Friday June 20th
Direct. From Jts-ScnsatTonarRbn oWO'NIGHTS Al? k
THE BROAD.WAy ffHEATER, JMEV.ORIC,
HARRY COOPER .
William . Florence!
MONTGOMERY & MOORE.
lSiSlars 1000 Laugh
Scat Sale Opens AVodneJiday, June 18, at 10 A. M.
Prices 50c to $2.00.
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AT WOODVILLE ON THE ROGUE
ISvcdybocly is invited to attend and tjiko their
baskets well rilled.
Two ball games, morning gamo between Ash
land and jMedford. At'tcmoon game between
winners and Grants Pass. , . .
Big Band Concert morning and averting by
tlio Grants Pass band. ' ,
Special ear leaves Medford at 7:30 a, m.
Round Trip 95c
and rnko woro served and n dollghttul
afternoon enjoyed. Thn halt . was
tastefully docornlod with roe.
Miss Jfeton Clnlro Hnsklnn ftavo it
party Mondny afternoon to a number
of hor llttlo friends,
Itov. F. W. Shields will ho lu Kip
Reno noxt week to nttend tho tint'
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Pure full-cream milk and the ex
4, tract of selected malted grain,
reduced to powder form.
Best Food-drink for all a."
Mf Svmerlor to t&m, coffee, 0009mm
" Ask (or Horllck'tt at aH FoimUhM.
A quick lunch digested by the weakest
stomach; prepared in a moment by
briskly stirring tho powder in hot or cold
water. Keep at-home or when traveling.
Ask for HQRUCK'S
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