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MEDFORD MATT TRTttUNR MRDFORl.). ORI-XION. SA'ITRDAV. fWIMOMUNI (. lOlll.
fe. ff. tjrfthnm has returned from
n trip to Merlin thin wocls.
tlrnlinni & Wnkomnn's flro Insur
nnco neencj hml two losses this week
n Imrh mitt cbntentn tii'ar Kurltf nml
n dU'ollliiR nt ltobiovolt artd Jackson
8. It. drnhnm of tho firm of dm
lmm & Wfllcumnn has returned from
nh pxtehilvo trip on ImMnoss In tho
Illinois valley nnd ns usual brought
liotno tlto bacon In the way of a lot
of tilcu (luislht'sk.
Hotiie-mhdo broad nt Do Voc'n.
flraham & Wnkomnii nro rGrtnln
ly (lolnp a big tiro Insurnnco busl-
Ilollctl barley, bran, uliorts, flour
nnd hay at tho now feed store, 397
South Front street, near corner Pront
nnd Kloventli. Lowest jirlcos for ensh.
Will (tollvcr to any part of city. Or
dor by phono. Phono 2G9. Leo
Watklns & Co. ,
KlndorRnrtcn in the high Fcliool
building will be conducted by Miss
Huth Coryell. Telephone SiS-K.'
Open September Sth. 144
Robert fJorden of tho Tago Thea
ter loft for KiiRcno Friday evening,
on a short business trip.
Leo Cook of Hock Point and An
drew nnd John Morris of Lake coun
ty wore Medford visitors Friday.
Tho latter will return homo next
Dre. a. R. nnd Loulso E. Hedges,
chiropractors nnd mechana-theraplsU
aro now located over Deuel & Co.
J. L. Rowo of Sams alley was in
Medford Friday. Ho has been spend
ing tho summer at Fort Klamath.
J. M. Webb and his son of Tolo dis
trict transacted business In Medford
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Soliss of
Kaglo Point precinct spent Friday in
Kodak finishing, best In town, nt
Max Frlodentha of Portland, a
well known commercial traveler. Is
making tho valley his customary visit.
Mrs. V. M. Chess mo re, who has
been making n trip to eastern states,
returned Thursday. Sho was gono
mora than two months.
, Crater Lake pictures .a book it
12 pictures, hand colored, tho finest
ever made of tho lake, for salo at
Gerklng & Harmon's studio. Call
and seo them. 228 East Main street,
phone 320-J. . tf
Edison Marshal, who has been local
editor of tho Sun, will spend tho com
Ing year at Eugene as a student of
tho University of Oregon.
J. D. Cook of Thrco Pines Is at
tho Grants Pass hoapital, suffering
with Inflammatory rheumatism.
)S. D. Weston, commercial photos
rapher, negattres made any tlmo or
place by appointment. Pbone M.
Mr. and Mrs. CIiab. Krcigcr of Cen
tral Point district wero of tho many
who carao to Medford Friday.
Jnmcs Owens and Nick Young of
Eaglo Point precinct wero Medford
visitors Friday nftornoon.
You will bo surprised to find how
little It costs to havo the Southern
Oregon Electric company do your
olcctrlc wiring nnd repairing. Phono
Mrs. Firmln 7.ana of Gold HIM has
been In Medford this week, visiting
her sister, Knthyrn Ingraham.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Jnckson of
Portlnnd, who nro visiting in Med
ford, spent Friday at Ashland.
Wynno Scott, one of tho most up-to-date
portrait artists on tho Pa
cific coast is taking charge of the
portrait department for tho Gerkin
& Harmon Photo company, 328 East
Mr. and Mrs, D. E. S. Grlgsby of
Tohopah, Nov., aro lato arrlrals In
Orlo Steelo of Yroka, Cal., an of
ficial of tho California-Oregon Power
company, arrived in Medford Friday
"Insuranco your best asset." Have
the best. Place your Insurance with
Holmes, tho Insurance Man, right if
ho writes it. tf
W. 1J. Moserau of Portland, presi
dent of MiqRoruo Illver Land com
pany, lias been ranking this section
u visit. Hlslcocporation owns a largo
body of Umbor land' In ltoguo lUvor
and Elk creek districts.
J. C. Pendleton of Table Rock Phono 329,
transacted business in Medford Fri
day, Private music lessons from CO
cents upward to threo dollars per
lesson, according to subject and
teacher choson. Medford Consorva
ory, College nidg,, 31 North Grape.
Weeks & McGowan Co.
Day Phono 27
NtelU V. W, Week 10.1-.T.2
bOH A. E. Orr 078-M
Mr. nnd Mrs. Adnm Schmidt of
Jacksonville wero guests of Mr. and
Mrs. II. E. llnnoy Friday.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Dert Greer nnd Mrs.
I.oulso Conner wero of thb? resi
dents of Ashland who came to Med
Mndnmo Hondo announces that tho
Reality Shop will remain open under
her personal management, contrary
Miss Emma Wonilt, n teacher of
tho Jacksonville school, who has been
visiting nt Ran Jnso nnd Santa Cnir.(
Cnl., returned Friday evening.
Assessor nnd Mrs. W. T. Grieve of
Jacksonville) motored to Medford
Miss Catherine Mears will resume
hor piano teaching September IS.
319 South Orango St. 14
Will Steel superintendent of tho
Crater Lake national park arrived In
Medford Friday, on n short business
visit. Ho states there was ji storm nt
tho lako during the week, but beau
tiful weather la ngaln prevailing.
R R. Dunlnp of Grants Pass mndo
n trip to Medford Thrnsday, return
ing the next day.
Fred Alton Halpht. teacher of
piano and hnrmony, National Con
servatory of Now York. Specialist
In tho correct principles of touch nnd
tcchniquo in nil grades of study.
Careful attention given to young
children nnd beginners. Faults ac
quired through wrong ways of prac
ticing corrected. Fall term Septem
ber 2. Hatght Mustc Studios, 11G S.
Laurel street, phono 176-U. "
T. G. Spongier of Trail, who. Is In
Medford, brought with him an Elk's
charm that ho found under n tree
while salting cattlo recently. It was
lost by J. Court Hall two years be
fore, but was In good condition.
JC. Q. Rates of tho Oregon Hotel
barbershop at Ashland has bought the
valley barbershop of Joseph D. Ellis,
who will go to Seattle. Nato learned
his trade in Medford.
Mrs. Arthur H. Allyn ha3 opened
nn office ns public stenographer nt
the Medford Hotel. Sho is exper
ienced In court reporting, legal work,
banking, Insurance, abstracting, real
estate and commercial lines. Satis
faction guaranteed. Prices reason
Med ford's public schools, which
havo been closed during tho past
three months, will resume studies
Mr. and Mrs. Ren Trowbrldgo, who
havo been touring In tho eastern
states for somo tlmo. returned to
Medford Frldny evening.
Call nt Lottlo M. Howard's 109 N.
Central avc'nuo to seo tbo latest fall
F. N. Gilbert, a capitalist of Port
land, and Earl Wood of Sllvcrton, aro
recent arrivals In Medford.
Edmund Rurko was in from his or
chard for a shprt time this week.
, Tho Beauty Shop, Jackson County
Rank building has not changed hands,
feet, or brains, and Is still open un
der tho personal management of
Prof. X. L. Narregan of Eagle
Point district Is transacting business
Tho nnnual reunion of tho South
em Oregon association of tho G. A.
R. will be hold nt Talent weok after
next. An excellent program Is being
prepared for tho occasion.
Art Storo moved to 30 North Qrapo
strce and now leads for bargains on
everything. D.S.Wood. 144
A. L. Springer of Applegate Is
making Medford a business visit.
Joo H. Wilson, was of the horticul
turists who wero In Medford during
Mr. and Mrs Moore of Roseburg,
former resident of Medford nro vis
iting In the city.
Madamo Roode announces that the
Hoauty Shop will remain open under
her porsonal management, contrary
Reports from tho fishermen nro
that the Btcelheads are commencing
to take the fly In good shape, and
somo good catches nro reported. One
of the best catches was that of Ern
est Lister and Rny McClallen, who
brought 17 fine fish back from Pan
ther Chute, n few miles below town
Some big eight and nlno pounders
wero 'Included In tho string. Grantx
Medford Court No. 10 Trlbo of Ren
HUr charter membership list closes
Erlday night, Sept. 12th, when free
membership will bo Increased to
$7.50, Join now and save $7.50. For
particular write W. E, Fnnshor, P
O. box 497, Medford, Ore. Tele-
Edward Wilkinson, who has been
spending several months nt Colorado
Springs, returned to Medford Friday
evening. Ho loft his son Kd behind
for tho further benefit of his healthi
which has Improved considerably.
11. A, Selielt, tho paving contractor,
and his family aro down from Grants
Judge Prim, County Treasurer
Cronemtllor, U, R. Dow and County
Recorder Colvlg wero of those from
Jacksonville who attended the fun
eral of tho Into Mayor Klfert.
S. M. Carpenter of Storllng pre
cinct, tho prospector, spent Wedner-
day afternoon In Medford.
Special musical nnd picture pro
gram tonight and Sunday nt Page
Miss Aletha Kmrrlck was the guest
of Miss Frances Heath of Eagle
Point the first of tho week. Mis
Heath, who Is n member of the class
of 1913 of the Medford high school,
will enter the University of Oregon
Mrs. K. Rand of Jacksonville has
returned home from a visit with rela
tives living In Knnes creek district.
Senator Von dor HMIen who was
In Medford on Friday, received two
crates of Reeves pheasants from Cor-
vallls, which he, has liberated on his
place at Wellen. There Is n Fovero
penalty for shooting those birds nt
any season of the year.
Ed Clemens, superintendent of Mrs
M. E. Bingham's orchard In the Ilur-
rell tract, who was In Medford tho
forepart of the week, states that 20
car loads of pears and nbout the
same amount of apples will bo
shipped there this seasoni The slse
nnd quality of tho fruit could hardly
bo better. Seven ncres of Clalrgan
trees yielded nearly SoOO Iioxcr of
pears, part of which sold nt l.CO per
box. f. o. b. Medford.
Speclnl musical and picture pro
gram tonight and Sunday nt Page
David Penwell, who claimed to own
an auto stage lino In Josephine coun
ty, has been convicted In the circuit
court of Curry county of passing
worthless checks nnd sentenced to
servo from one to five years In the
S. I. Rrown. secretary of tho Jack
son County Fair association, was at
different points of tho vnlley during
tho week, doing missionary work for
the fair that begins In Medford next
Tuesday. Special trains will bo run
to Ashland and Grants Pass on days
especially set apart for those cities.
Tho grand Jury of Joscphlno coun
ty, which was In session nt Grants
Pass this week, found four Indict
ments, to-wit: Against Charles
Hogue for perjury: Everett Hogue.
subornation of perjury; George Mc-
Cormlck. blackmail; Lewis Hum
phrey, larceny. Not true bills wore
returned In tho cases of Simon Shaw
and W. L. Emcrlck, charged with
Mrs. Arthur Nowman of Roxy Ann
district In tho guest of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Riley D. Hcnson.
,11. A. Schcll nnd family havo ar
rlvod hero to remain during the win
ter or longer. Mr. Schell has a
paving contract with tho city which
will require his attcnton for some
Ing at 7 '30. All mo welcome. Sun
day school nt ten u, m. All under the
nge of twenty nro Invited, (lending
room hours 3 to 5 p, in. dally except
Sundays nnd holidays. Church edl
tlco nt 213 North Oakdnlo.
Preaching nt 11 n. in,
"Loyalty" preaching nt S p
Ject, "Testing and Service."
mimic by the quartette.
school nt 10 a. in. O. U. society nt 7
p. in, Prayer meeting at S p. in. on
Comer Tenth nnd ivy, Sunday sorv
Ices. Sabbath school 10 a. in.
Preaching tl a. m. and 7t30 p. in.
Open air service on corner of Grape
and Main nt OilS p. m. Prayxr
meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. in. You
nro welcome to all of these services.
J, K. Rrndley, pastor.
IniiguiiKo, H ii lulu. v afternoon at I: Oil
o'clock. Reside tho usual text lor
tho day, will lie the subject, "Among
the Natives of tho Lund of the .North
ern Light." All tho Scandinavian
tipoaklnit people nro cordially Inxlted
to utteiid. L, (iron, missionary.
Corner Kloventli and Oakdala.
Masses 7 nnd l!30.
Sermon. "New Catholic Mnrrlago
Evening devotion 7:30 p. ni.
Lecture, "Is One Religion as Good
as Another; What Is tho Verdict of
Thursday evening 7:30, Holy hour
adoration of tho Holy Eucharist.
Rev. Robert William MacCulloiiitli
I'll. 1 piiHtor, Ullilo school Pi 15
morning worship, it it. m, commun
ion nnd reception .of new members.
Sermon, "The Second Comluit of
Jesus Christ." II. Y, P. U. 0:30.
Evening service 7:30. Orchestra
will play. Mrs. W. T. I). MneCiil-
loiiKh will preach at the evening! ser
vice. Nolo tho illinium of time of!
oNonlng services, 7:30. Strnimers
S o'clock, Finn music bj a well
tl allied elioniH choir under the direc
tion or F, (', Edmonds, Simlal fen
tiirca ror Sunday morultm, uutlumi
"llalli, llurk, My Soul" by HIJuy.
evening elithein, "Dieam of Paradise"
by Hamilton (liny,
.M. K, Cliunli, South
Corner, Oalulnle mid Main,
will be preaching at 1 1 a. in.
p. m. by the new piihIoV, Rev. IV. M.
Ili'iuiliuln. Mr. Iliiiiilmin lt a mind
limn and n Reed pieaelier. I could
not I urn my woik over to nufer o
better IiiiIhIh iilul most llelullly com
mend Mr, lirnnlmm to tho pcojilo or
Medford. 1 am mire both preacher
mid people will lime it hnppy, pron
Come hear his first winona and
5oii will come nynlu. W. T, (loilldnr,
Swedish Hon Ire
At tho First Christian church, cor
ner 9th nnd Onkdale avenue, will bo
divine Fonlco held In the Swedish
' Tho musical portion of tho sorv
Ico at the Baptist church on Sunday
evening, September 7, will bo rond
9rod by tho orchestra of tho men's
Blblo class, consisting of fourteen
Tho Beauty Shop, Jackson County
Rank building has not changed hands,
feet, or brains, and is still open un
der tho personal management of
Miss Grace Pearco, who has boon
Jn Poormnn's crook district for uovi
oral weeks, visiting hor parents, ro
turnod to Medford Thursday.
Special musical and plcturo pro
gram tonight and Sunday at Page
At the Churches
At tho morning sorvlco of tho First
Baptist church. Mr. William Vawter
will sing for tho offertory solo, "Tho
Lord Is My Light," bv Allltscn.
At .Ion Lutheran church, 512 W.
Fourth street, there will be Gorman
English service at 11 a. m.
Bible school nt 10 a. in. No even
Como and worship.
Bishop Scaddlng wll preach nt the
11 o'clrick sorvlco nt St. -Mark's
church on Sdnday morning and will
meet the men of the church at St.
Mark's hall on Sunday 'afternoon nt
3 o'clock. Rev. Wm. B. Hamilton,
Corner 9th and Oakdale. Blhlo
school opens at 9:50 a. m., B, IF. Klr
y, superintendent. Sermon at 11 a.
m. C. E. at 7 p. m. Evening sor-
mon at 8 p. m. Prayer mooting on
Thursday evening, Brother Schulor
leader. You are cordially Invited to
como and worship with us. I), D.
Getting the boys ready
for school isn t it z great
and prcplexihg problem?
It's apt to make the
pocket-book vvgrk over
time. To be sure the averags
healthy boy, while he dotes
on a neat suit, also uncon
sciously takes pleasure in
knocking the spots out of
that suit as s,oon as possi
However, ir is common
talk that ur boys clothes
wsar longer and withstand
all ssrts of boyish frolics
Letter than ahy other boys
clothes sold ahy where
$4.00, $5.00, $6.50
will do wonders here in pro
curing school suit satisfac
tion fgr bgth parent arid
Mode! Clothing Co.
Methodist EplKcopul f'liurdi Koulli
Corner Main and Onkdale avenuo.
Services will bo held Sundny, Septem
ber 7, as follews: Sunday school 10
a. in., preaching 11 a. m preaching
8 p. in. Tho now pastor, Rev. Bran
non will urrlvo In tlmo to take chargo
and do tho preaching. You are cor
dially Invited to attend theso serv
ices. Don't fall to come.
First Church of ClirlKt Scientist
Sunday rooming service at 11 a, in,
Subject of tho lesson sermon, "Man."
Wednesday ovonlng testimonial meet-
Ml Do you know that iW
ill thorn is
TION of years behind tho
Diamonds wo oU7
And do you know
thnt the Virtue
backed by our por
Bonal guaranteo of
ovory stone Iibh
made (tint reputa
tion'.' Our stock hoth
sot und unsot stones
Is ono of tho most
carefully selected In
America and for
HiIh roason you
cannot make any
nilstako lif purchas
Ncur 1'oHt Office
Medford Methodist Episcopal
cliureh, corner of Ritrtlntt anil Fourth
streets, K. Ollu KldrldMu, pnMtor, ser.
vires Sunday ns follews: PreMehitii:
1 1 n. m, ami s p. in. Subject, morn-1
Ing, "Tli Crown Jevl." (Cvanlnc. !
The ntlfHli and Ills Vote." '
Sunday school. Including adult
Bible classes for men, woman and
young ladles !): I," n. in.
Epwnrth I .can tie v,- ir. p. m.
Prayer nieellng Thursday evening
E. N. NOBLE
.Ml KluiN of Wood Sawing
tIKtl Norlli (Vnlnil
Icmi ihmvh, lour miles from jMetlfonl, one milo
from .Jnfli.sinvilU: house and sin.ill Imin, IVikmmI,
iiboni, l,o niM'i's Hi'nivd, Imlnin'o in timber; wood
will pay for cleiit'iiiK; drop soil, firMl-ela fruit Intnl.
If ytui'waiil a homo in llnuo liivoi' vjilloy, tlon'l
miss this opportunity, I am leaving tlto country
and will givo von a K",,(l hiuwtin.
Medford, Ore, 'i. 1). N'o. I, 7 A., at If. II. Xim-
inoruiairs, .1. M. I'Yinek raneh.
Simile 1 11(1 West llli Street
1 For Sale I
fl OAK, FIR, LAUREL AND SLABW00U IN TIER, C0R0 AtlD
I Frank H. Ray
a Yard at Sixth mul Fir Sla. PHONE 700 R g
SPECIAL MUSICAL AND
Music by Messrs Howell and Root
5 and 10 cents
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MBHliii i ,n n in n - - n -- 1 mjmL m"--1
Jackson County Fair
and Pear Show
Medford Sept. 9 to 13
Liberal oaHh promiiiniH for o,hibit.s KrnitH.Vlrasso.s, (IraiiiH, Tonltry, Stock
products of Kitchen and Pantry, Kanc.y AVorlc, Mlo. I'ropjfro now to ooniptito
for these premiums, and help make this tho best fair in, tho history of .Jimk'Hon
Children's Departnusnt a spotsial fe aturo this year.
Inioking Horses and Hulls to bo ridden' by somo' of tho host ridors on tho
ooasl. . .
Write tho Socrblary AV. T. Jh'owil for premiums list and particulars and
prepare to mako an exhibit. i . , , ,
Sjiecial Train to Grants Pass and intermediate points after' CI rants Pass day
Thursday, September Jl.
J. T. SULLIVAN, President
oi ono and ono-tliin! lor ovwy day during tho
, W. I. BROWN, Secretary