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r P3TOE SIX.
MEDFORD MAID TRIBUNE, MEDFORD. OREO ON, SATURDAY. 'AFOTTST !), Ima. """'
OF SEASON LEAVE
VALLEY FOR EASI
Influx of Hinnincr pears in llio
cnM lin Imil tho effcol of slightly
culling llio Hurl lot t inntkcl. ami it
i exported to be off for llio next
fow iliiys. Sales Friday were as
follews: Motion, .fL'.To; I'hilndclplun,
JfJ.(J0; Cliimgn. $2.85; Nuw York,
$2.00. Iiucul HUinmi'r pears, $2.50 tv
$3.fitl per lmrrel.
Two :ar of IJnrlli-lK the firl (o
Jpo tliu valley, one from Foothills
ami una from the Hinjhnm orehanl,
werv shipped Saturday. I'iekinj: of
Hnrlldts bcp'ns extensively Sunday.
The Josophinc County ttrowers'
usmkmiiHoii tins nrpitintcd the sale,
of the Unrllclt pearn crown liy its
incmhers nt .fl.50 per box box. f. o.
b. Qrauls I'm., the sale to includo
5000 boxes or whatever the output
of the orchards of the association
members will bo. The sale was mndt
to tho Pioneer Fmit company,
through Mr. McICcnncy, its ngrnt,
and shipment of the .fruit will bo
made io the south.
by chorus choir under tho direction
of V, C. KilmentlH. You are conllnl-
ly Invited to all these sorvlres.
Special iuiiaIc for Sunday:
Morning, solo Mrs. llalldny llntght.
A qtinrtet composed of Mrs. A. S.
Dillon, Mrs. M, II. Hanker, II. A.
Onnnday, F, C. Kdmeads." "Saviour
When .Morn Illumes the Skies."
KvenlnK, nolo by F. C. IMmeads, en
titled, "Ninety and N'lno," by Cam
IIIIm will speak on "Joshua," and
tho pastor, W. F. Shields, will speak.
of "Joshua's Call to Decision."
Solo. "Uft Mo I lienor," will ho
rendered by Mr. K. V, Mnddox.
Sunday school wilt meet at 10 a.
in. C li. sorlely will meet 7 p. m.
All are cordially Inxlled, and espe
cially the stranger In our city.
Comer Ninth mm Onkilnlo. lllbli
school opens at 9:60 a. m., H. A.
Klrby, superintendent. Sermon a!
11 a. in. Christian Kudeavor at 7
p. iu., C. C. l'lcrco president. Ser
mon nt S p. ju. l'rayor meeting on
Thursday evening. Mrs. Qulgley lead
er. You arc cordially Invited to
como and worship with us. I). I).
Hoyle minister, corner eighth and
At X.lon Lutheran 012 West Fourth
street, there will ho no morning ser
vice owing to the pastor's absence nt
Grants Pass. There will bo Kngllsh
services at 7:30 p. in. and Hilda
school at 10 a. m. Como and worship.
ltov. ltoncrt William MncCullough
Ph. l). pastor. Morning worship it
a. in. Kveulng, 8 p. m. Illblrt
school 1;IR. H. Y. IV V. 7 p. m.
Strangers welcome to all scnlccs.
Hvangellst U. W. KM wards and wife
nro holding revival meetings every
Miming nt 8 p. m. until August it 1st,
Sunday services 1 1 n, in. and S p. in,
Tho ineetlngR are held under the
auspices of tho Pentecostal church of
the Naxareno of tho northwest ills
trlct. Kvory body welcome.
OVKU YlM'lt KYICH
Central Point, ltov. W. T. I). Mc-
Cullough will conduct uiotiilug wor
ship nt I a. m. Strangers welcome
Evangelist llnrry Joseph Hlllott or
Portland, Oregon, nsslsted by Singing
At the Churches
Tho following are tho musical
numbers to ho given nt the Ilaptlst
-church Sunday, August 10: Mr.
Herman ruruckcr will sing, "The.
I,ord Is My Shepherd," by Schucix
ker, and Miss Florcnco Clark violin
ist, will play t'Tho llosary" by Kevin.
Mrs. Grcsslcy and Miss Hammond
will sing tho gospel duet, "What n.
Friend Thou Art To Mc," by Main.
Kvcry ono Is welcomo to these.
services. , ,
Fir-t Church of Christ, Scientist.
Sunday morning sorvlco at 11. 00,
subject or lesson-sermon, "Spirit "
Wednesday evening meeting nt S:00.
All arc welcome. Sunday school nt
10:00, all under tho ago of twenty
nro Invited. Heading-room hours,
2:00 to 5:00 p. in. dally, excopt Sun
days and holidays.
Church edifice. North Oakdale.
Restored to Health by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Medford Methodist Episcopal
church corner, or Uartlctt and Fourth
street, K. Olin Eldrldge, pastor.
Services Sunday as follews: Preach
ing, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Subjects,
morning, "A Completed Life."
Evening, "Love's Dream Fulfilled."
'Sunday school and adult Dlblo class,
0H5 a. in. Epworth League, 6:45
p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday
evening S o'clock. Excellent music
M. E. Cliurcli Soittli
Corner Oakdale and Malu, preach
ing. 11 a. nt. anO S p. in. Morning,
subject, "Tho Transfiguration,'
Evening subject, "Teach Me Th)
These will bo the pastor's last sor
mons before conference. Como and
bring your friends. You will bo wcV
come. W. T. tioulder, pastor.
Masses 7 and 9:30 a. in. Sermon.
"Holy Communion." Eqnlug devo
tion 7:30 p. m. Lecture, "Tho Di
vinity of Christ."
Preaching nt 1 1 a. in., subject, "No
Sin," John 15:22. In tho morning
Mrs. (Seorgo Andrews will render a
Preaching at S p. m.. Mr. David
Elkhart, Ind.: "I sutTcml for four
teen years from orRiinic Inllnnimation,
pain and irregulari
ties. Tho pnim in
my sides were in-
creased by walking
or standing' on my
feet and 1 had such
awful bearing down
feeling, was de
prcssrtl in spirits
nnd beenmu Uiln and
pale with dull, heavy
eyes. I had six doc
tors from whom I received only tempo
rary relief. I decided to civo Lyiiia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Coniound n fair
trial and also Uiebanative Ynh. I have
now used the remedies for four inonthi
nnd cannot express my thanks for what
they have done for me.
"If these lines will Iks of nny benefit
you nnve my permission to publish
them." Mrs. Sadik Williams, 155
James btreet, Klkhart, Indiann.
Lydin E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound, inmle from nutive roots and herlx,
contains no narcotic or harmful drutrs.
nnd to-lny holds tho record of being tho
most successful remedy for femnle ills
we know of, and thousands of voluntn-Y
testimonials on filo in the Pinkhnm
laboratory nt Lynn, Mass., seem to
prove this fact.
If you lmvo tlm slightest doubt
that Lydia K. IMiiUliiuii's Vogelu
lili Compound ill hHpj mi.u rltu
(coiilldeiitlnll T.j nn.Mns., forml-
ice. Your letter will bo ouciird.
rcailiitiil answered hy a woinan,
ami held iu strict cotilldcncc.
You nro uutur.illy coiicorned, es
pecially tf they have begun Io show
signs of weakness. Eyo strain Is a
wry serious condtlon and should not
bo neglected. I special Ixo uu thhi
error and will ndvlso you and select
the proper glanxos to enso tho InIoii
and give you perfect sight, 1 have
the confidence of all my patrons, as
they are satisfied with my work and
with my charges for tho same.
Over Deuel & Co.
Fred Alton Haight
Teacher of Piano and Harmony
Specialist in (lie correcl principles of Touch and
Technique in all grades til' study. Carol'til alien! ion
given Io .voting children and beginners. Kanlls ac
quired Ih rough wrong ways of practicing corrected.
.Kail term September 2,
HAIGHT MUSIC STUDIOS
110 S. Lmirol Stroot Phono 170-R
I Medford I
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h .enr I'ostoiiieu H
i-or i)i(uu, l'iiniie iu
m ritiy cents H
n box for
Mj Buttermilk I
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china until steki:
These herbs are a blood Ionic. A
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Kidney, Stomach mid Howol troubles.
Cures Malaria, Chills and Fever and
Ithuiimatlsui. A guaranteed euro for
Piles. No surgical operation re
I hail Moiimih trouble for jeirs,
rnuslng lromcal conditions. After
taking eight dose-i of llr. (Jim Chung's
iiiiilUino I him n-llcMMl of nil Iron-
mks. it, m. iu:ititn:it.
This Is to certify that (Mm Chung
cured mu of the piles after in jears
standing and ran recommend him to
anyone afflicted with them, (I. M.
Dalrymple, Chlro, Cat.
till S. Trout
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Tkc Man Who Pal the
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Look for Thlt Ttulc-Maik Plo.
tuieon the Uwlonco buylac
iTllC Anllxrtlc ISlnlrr far Trn.
iter. AthlPB VttU Soht r.rtv.
whrft.SV. Sample I'KKK. Adclfrti.
ALLEN H. OLMSTCb. L Hoy, N. Y.
Goodrich, Unitod States, Loo & Mloho
lln Tiros nnd Tubos, Wood Chains, Bat
torios, Honis, Hobos, Olovoa and all
Accossorios nocosaary for your nuto.
Don't forgot that wo dolivor in tho city
froo or bring to you anywhoro outaido
tho city at roasonablo pricos. Overland
Cars always on hand.
C. L GATES
the Overland man
132 SOUTH RIVERSIDE
Summer Clearance Sale of Shoes
221 East Main
THE GREATEST MONEY SAVING EVENT OF THE YEAR. NEW, CLEAN, SEASONABLE SHOES AT COST OR LESS. THIS SALE
WILL MAKE YOUR DOLLARS DO DOUBLE DUTY. THE SEASON HAS BEEN BACKWARD AND RATHER THAN CARRY OVER ANY
SUMMER SHOES WE HAVE DECIDED TO CLOSE THEM ALL OUT AT COST AND LESS THAN COST. THIS MEANS THAT YOU WILL
BUY HIGH GRADE, SEASONABLE SHOES FOR LESS MONEY THAN THE SAME SHOES COST TODAY AT WHOLESALE. ALL MEN'S,
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S OXFORDS AND LOW SHOES OFFERED ON THIS SALE WILL BE JUST AS GOOD A YEAR FROM NOW A3 N
THEY ARE TODAY. BUT IT WILL BE BETTER FOR US TO SACRIFICE OUR PROFIT, THAN TO CARRY OVER FOR ANOTHER SEA.
SON. IT WILL PAY YOU TO BUY SHOES AT THESE PRICES EVEN THOUGH YOU MAY NOT NEED THEM NOW. PUT THEM AWAY
AND USE THEM LATER. MONEY SAVED IS MONEY EARNED.
Sale Starts Monday, August 4th, Closes August 1 6
f, Men's Oxfords at less than cost. ITaiian's Oxfords in patent, gun Women's Oxfords and Whiio Button Shoos at. cost. $1.00 Wom-
" metal and tan leathers. $G.OO very latest tip-lo-lhc-niinule stylo en's Oxfords and Pumps, patont, white nubtick, tan and gun metal
al $4,95 k - (fair, the latest styles $2.05
Howard & Foster company's Oxfords in all leathers and all the fe Your choice of .00 and. $IJ.5() Button and Lace Oxfords in all
latest styles including the new English lasts in black and tan, also fe' leathers !).ji
f the new high, broad toes. $5.00 all leathers, tan unci black $3.65 g $9 no Button and Lace Oxfords in patent, gun metal and glaxed
J. R Tilt, Howard & Faster $4.00 Oxfords in valour, gun met al '" ki(1' lo bc clo8cd 0,,t at 195 '
calf and genuine Russian calf leather, both button and lace, all this y 200 pairs Oxfords and Pumps, good styles, all leathors, button and
season's latest styles and patterns to select from $2.95 aee, worth up to $.1.00, your choice $1.95 '.;
200 pairs Men's $1.00 and $5.00 Oxfords in broken sizes, both but- ; 25 reduction on all Children's Button and Lace Oxfords,
ton and lace in all leathers, every pair will wear like iron....$1.95 one and two strap Sandals, all leathers. , , , , mJ
Two Weeks Beginning' Aug'. 4. First Come First Served
RIDD'iS 221 East Main Street MEDFORD, Ore.