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MflDFORl) MATL TIITKVJNK. MKDFORl). 'OUKUON, SATURDAY. tfNPTlMlWR 20, 19111.
Juloa Noustndt, who owns a flno
orchard In )U valley, has roturncd
from ft trljp to Han l'rauclsco. Ho
will ship sovcral car ot choice apples
to eastern mnrlcota Tihtcli ho rocontly
visited In company with Ocorgo An
drews. Thomas Riley of Antelope, former
county commissioner, transacted bus
iness In Medford Friday.
Lafp Slcnnott ot Stockton, Cal.,
arrived In Mcdford Thursday evening
and; llt malto this city his tuturo
horto. Ho will rcsldo wllh his
daughter, Mrs. Ivy Isonborger.
It. Hay and Charles Dunten ot
Central Point spent Friday afternoon
Tiioro Is n photographer In your
town. II. N. Mackoy, Main and Cen
tral, Mcdford, Ore.
Dr. J. W. Robinson, who lias been
quite 111 at Jacksonville) for eomo
tlmo, Is convalescing,
Mrs. AT T. Brown visited In tho
southern part of tho valley Friday
George W. Barron of Slskjyou
mountain was a recent visitor In Mcd
ford. Ilomo-mado bread at Do Voe's.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Vincent of North
Jacksonville drove to Mcdford Fri
day. John "W. TernoU, tho Applegalo
merchant, transacted business In
Kodak finishing, best Id town, at
Colonel Dccho ot Lakovlcw Is
among tho late arrivals tn Mcdford
from Southeastern Oregon.
J. V. Grovcr, W. G. Knlghtcn and
Walter Fry woro over from Kaglo
Crater Lake pictures ,a book if
12 pictures, hand colored tho finest
ever mado ot tho lake, fpr salo at
Gcrklng & Harmon's studio. Call
and sco them. 228 East Main street,
phono 320-J. tf
A. S. Hubbard ot Ashland, deputy
gamo warden, was In Mcdford on of
ficial business this week.
P. Edwards nnd M. Edwards of
Rutto Creek spent Friday night In
D. 0. Smith mado a trip to Jackson
vlllo district Friday afternoon.
K. D. Weston, commercial photog
rapher, negatives made any time or
place by appointment Pbone M.
Mrs. J. W. Robinson of Oakland,
Cal., who Is visiting In Jacksonville,
-w&a tho guest ot Mrs. J. F. White
Mrs. E. A. Hunter of Ashland has
been visiting her daughter, who is
attending St. Mary's Academy In
You will bo surprised to find bow
little it costs to have the Southern
Oregon Electric company do your
electric wiring and repairing. Phone
Mrs. Lewis Ivorson ot Weed, Cal.,
arrvcd in Mcdford Friday evening,
en routo to Forest creek on a visit.
Mrs. P. J. LombardI and her daugh
ter, Miss Isoleno, ot Sacramento are
Jato arrivals In Mcdford.
Mrs. Lorralnp Bordeaux, mother ot
Mrs. W. L. Ussber, who has been crit
ically HI for somo time, baa recov
ered sufficiently to bo removed to
her daughter's homo at Ashland.
Wynno Scott', one of tho most up-
to-dato portrait artists on the Pa-
cltlo coast Is taking charge of tho
portrait department for tho Gorkln
& Harmon Photo company, 228 East
Otto Caster and J. J, linker, who
llvo northeast of Mcdford, transacted
business lu Mcdford Friday,
P. L, Fountain, a prominent citi
zen ot Klamath Falls, Is visiting ro
Iatlvcs living in Mcdford and Its vi
cinity, "Insurance your best asset." Havn
the best. Plnco your Insurance with
Holmes, tho Insurance Man, right it
ho writes It. tf
Mrs. E. I). Thompson ot Jackson
ville and Miss Katherlno Ilucklcy ot
Applegalo woro In Medford Friday,
on loute to Grants I'aeb.
Itev. and Mrs. A. C. Hewlett ot
tho Sunnysldo at Ensla Point, drove
to Medford Friday.
Private music lessons from CO
cents upward to iiireo dollars per
lesson,, according , to subject and
toacher choson. Medford Consorva
ory, College Dldg., 31 North (Jrapo.
Itev. J, W. Sharp of Mcdford dis
trict, older of tho Froo Methodist
churcb, hoB beon presiding at tho
quarterly meeting ot tho Ashland
church hold this week.
.School SuporJutendont Wells wont to
Talent Friday to attend tho indus
trial fair, which was a success.
Day Phone, SS?
Hlttbt P. VT. Weeks 10S-J-2
FlMHiea A. E. Orr 07H-H
Vorno Van Dyko mado a business
trip to Ashland Friday afternoon.
Mrs. S. Q. Nulhorland, late of Ash
land, Is the guest of Miss 12. Kcthcr-
land ot Medford.'
Milk nnd cream at DoVoo's.
Henry Helms of Barron precinct
was In Mcdford Friday. Ho slates
that his son, Lester, who had an arm
broken lit being crushed against a
building by a horse ho was riding, U
Charles Klncald ot Wlllams crock,
who upod Dr. J. C. Smith of Grants
Pass for $10,000 damages, claiming
that ho had bcon negligent In treat
ing an Injured leg, lost his case, a
Jury In tho Josophlno county court
deciding against htm on tho first bal
lot. Get your children's hair bobbed at
tho Marmcllo Hair Shop. 40" Gar-nett-Corey
Bldg. Phono GG7-U. 156
Mrs. Laura Gardner and her son
of Phoenix wero Mcdford visitors
Mra. C. A. Malone of Ashland has
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. It.
Woodford nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. F. Flck
ot Jacksonville, who are relatives. ,
Got your children's hair bobbed at
tho Marmello Hair Shop. 407 Gar-nett-Corey
Bldg. Phono 657-R. H.6
Gold Hill will soon ndvortlso for
salo $28,000 ot 6 per cent bonds,
which will provide funds for a first
class municipal water system.
A. E. La Ponto ot Central Point,
whllo going to Siskiyou county. Cal.,
Thursday, had his automobllo put out
of commission and returned homo for
Fred Williams, tho Grants Pass at-
atorncy, who visited tho Almcda mlno
In Gallce creek district this week,
states that thero oro 73 mon at work
thcro and tho smelter has been blowing.
Dr. W. P. II. Holt of Eagle Tolnt
was ot tho many medicos who at
tended the meeting ot tho Stato Med
ical Society In Mcdford.
Rev. and Mrs. R. W. MacCullough
woro at Ashland during tho weok, as
sisting In tho Inauguration of tho re
vival at tho Baptist church In that
Mrs. Mary Hildreth, department
Inspector ot tho Stato Women's Relief
Corps, has gono north to inspect tho
corps at different points.
Dr. Everett MIngus ot Marshtlold
who attended tho meting of tho Stato
Medical society. Is extending his visit
to the valley, accompanied by his
wife. Ho is a son ot Mrs. L. MIn
gus ot Ashland spent bis boyhood on
the ranch, near Medford, now known
as Hollywood orchard.
Mrs. C. W. Snider of Los Angclos,
who has been tho guest ot relatives
living in Mcdford, left for Portland
J. N. Mitchell of Portland Is in tho
valley introducing tho caterpillar en
gine, a novol invention that Is com
manding wldspread favor. It is be
ing operated on W. E. Budge's ranch
Tho district convention ot tho
Knights of Pythias, announced to tako
placo at Klamath Falls thlB week,
was not nttended by any of tho grand
officers of tho order, nor by any delo'
gates from Mcdford, Grants Pass or
Ashland. This was a distinct dis
appointment to the local lodgo, which
bad made considerable preparation
for the ovent.
The Ashland council has appro
priated S0 at tho request ot E. J.
Kaiser, representing tho alumni asso
ciation of tho Southern Oregon Nor
mal school, to assist In defraying the
postago upon campaign matter to be
circulated In behalf ot a stato appro
priation for tho school.
John B. Hills, William Moores,
William Hlllls nnd Reuben Plerco of
Wlracr precinct wero In Mcdford Fri
day giving testimony in n contest
over a water right In that section.
A. E. Rcamcs represented Hlllls
brothers and Mr. Garvin appeared for
Tho third annual Josephlno coun
ty fair will bo held at Grants Pass
net wcolc, beginning Sept. 24 and con
tinuing thrco days. A bettor baby
contest, a stock parado and a milk
cow contest aro among tho features
on the program.
The Southern Pacific company Is
Increasing tho number of men at
work in the Ashland round houso.
Frank Allord, tho foreman, states
that ho has put on sovornl men ro
contly and wants a few more.
Tho members of the State Medical
society, who havo beon holding their
annual meeting In Medford, loft for
their respoctlvo homes Friday even
ing. Tho session was interesting and
advantageous, and tho entertainment
furnished by the local commltteo and
tho cltlzenH of Medford was greatly
enjoyed nnd highly appreciated by tho
F. C. Allen & Co., of Merlin, Jose
phlno county aro offering por hun
dred for 200,000 Spltzcnborg apples,
which must grade extra fancy and
run not loss thau thrco inches In dla
mctor, cheek to check and bo 75, per
cent perfect color shape, freo from
bruises and fungous diseases, woll
matured and absolutely true to name,
Fred Colvlg, county recorder, spent
n few hours lu Medford Friday afternoon.
Postmaster Ulrlch ot Jacksonville
nnd party motored to Medford Friday
' J, A. Graffls ot North Phoenix
transacted business In Medford Fri
J. F. Mooro and bis family left
for Crescent City tho first ot tho
O. L. Klklna nnd L. K, Wiseman
wero down from Grants Pas Friday.
Dr. and Mrs. O. D. Butler of In
dependence, Ore., havo been week
end lsttora of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
B. J. Palmer will receive piano tun
ing orders for C. M. Richards, phono
CSS-R. . ' 157
I GOLD HILL NUCGETS
At the ChurcKes
., .in i
l'lrot UupUt Church of Talent,
ltrtv. Mrs. V. T. I). MneCtilloURh,
pastor, nuorntng worship 1 1 a. m,
Evening worship S p. in. Rlblu school
9:15 u. m. Strangers wolcoinc.
McthodM Kplsropal Churtli South
Corner Main and Oakdnlo avenue.
Services will bo hold Sunday, Sept.
2t, as follews: Sunday school, 10
a. m. Preaching at 1 1 . in. Preach
lug at S p. in. Come and hear tho
mental music fur tho norvlco til the
First Methodist church on Sunday
oumlng, So'pt. 21,
(From I lie N'ens.)
City F.imineor Usury K. Foster Iiiir
been enirnped the past week in sur
veying for tho locution of the now
water niniuii, which will shortly lu
installed as n imrl of Gold Mill's
municipal system. A pumping site
will he located on the ri.cr cast of
the city, nnd in soon in the muni
cipal water bond are Fnlisfnoloril.v
dipoed of work will iiumodialolv ho
commenced upon the iiwlnllutioti of
a modem municipal water vv-Mcm.
Oirdon Snyder surprised n four-
foot rnttU'Minko in the iiroee-i of
shedding its old sUn for n diamond
pattern in the latest fall stjlo ti
Friday of lat week, nnd placed a
finnl ncriotl in the hig fellow' car
eer. The rattler wn found in the
vicinity of tho spring reservoir -which
irricntcs the Snyder truck fiirm, in
the Hokum addition. The string "f
rntlles had been broken off midwnv,
only eight remaining, the hitler fullv
as large n: the firt, nnd it is Mifo
lo guess that his snoVr-dup's full ct
would have totalled nt leat sixteen.
Although mnny of the variety are
found in the higher nrens of tho
hill, hut few innfce their wn into
tho valley this lalet specimen be
ing one of the largest killed in tho
Agent II. Speer received notice
this week of his appointment by tho
Southern Pacific lo net as Ihuir
ngent nt the Sale tnfnir grounds dur
ing tho slntc fair. 1'iilrons of the
local office will he glad lo lenrn
that tilts change will he hut temtw
rary nnd thnt he will return to .this
offico following the closing of the
Jack Merrill and Sprnguo Hicgel
of the Riverside on-hard havo ship
ped four cars of quality npples to
discriminating purchasers in distant
parts Hie pnst week. The fitt car,
of choice Xewlowns, traveled ly fast
freight to New York and theiu'c to
the London market. Two olhcr cars,
shipped on Tuesday, will find their
destination in New Zealand. These
were select Jonathans. Still nuother
car dcparlcd on Thursday for the
Now York market. The fame of Ihe
Rogue River apple has caused its
demand in every mnrket of the world
where the finest fruit ohtnins, nnd
the Rivcrsido orchard partners nro
upholding tho best traditions of the
valley in the chnractcr of the fruit
Fourteen members of the fluid Hill
hnnd. accompanied by n bevy of
flold Hill folks, went to Rogun river
liv train Tuesday evening nnd ten
dered our neighbors a pleasant so
eial dance at the hnll in that city.
Including tho band bovs, those who
attended were: Mr. W. H. Rtifkle,
Mra. W. A. Marvin. Mrs. Chns. Fien
ning. Mrs. Flovd Kddings. Mrs. W.
T. fhisholm, Mrs. H. 1). Heed, Mrs,
Jessie MeCIcndnn. Mr. L. Jennings,
Misses Mvrtlc Illnckhnm nnd Olive
Turner; II. I). Reed. J. V. Hicks, Mr.
Rdbinson, fleorge Patrick. .Tuck Mer
rill, Sprngue llifgcl, F. V. Hodge, I"
K. Curdwcll nnd Lnfco Jennings. The,
party received mnny assurance
from RoL'iie River friends thai n
largo delegation from Hint citv will
attend the industrial Juir, Held today.
W. C. T. U. OPPOSED TO
RAGGING AND CIGARETTES
At a meeting of tho W. C. T. U.
held last Wednesday resolutions wcrp
passed condemning street "ragging,"
endorsing tho protest filed with tho
city council by tho Ministerial asso
ciation, and took stops for tho en
forcement of tho law governing tho
selling of clgnrottCB to minors. Tho
W. O, T, U. wont a step further than
the pastors In thplr resolutions
against "ragging" nnd disapproved ot
tho fascinating danco In halls also.
Tho county president and delegates
to tho stato convention nt Coryallls'
will leave next Monday. Tho Med
ford delegates wero instructed to
voto for Mrs. Unruh for stato presi
Next Thursday a mothers' mooting
will bo hold -at thp public library
when tho subject of high school
amusements will bo discussed.
' Cntliollo '
Corner Eleventh and Oakdnlo.
Masses S and 10:30.
Baptism 2 to 3 i, in,
Evening devotion 7:30 p. m.
Lecture: Unity of Faith, tho
Thome of Christ and Ills Apostles.
Thursday evening 7:30 to S:30
Holy Hour Adoration.
The Deadly Motorcycle
RKNO, Nov., Sept. 20. Marvin
Kintikin, a hunk elcik, is dead and
Gerald Kiuonrt unconscious in n hos
pttal here au n result of n collision
betwden n motorcycle they ivera rid.,
injr nnd a wagon at 1 a. in. today.
I'rtv MethodM Church
Corner Tenth nnd ly streets.
Sabbath school at 10:00 a. in.
Preaching nt 11 n. in. and 7:30 p.
Mid-week prayermeotlng Thursday
at 7:30 p. m.
You nro welcome nt all theso serv
ices. J. E. Bro.idlcy, pastor.
Corner Ninth and Oakdnlo.
You nro cordially luvltod tu attend
lllblo school ut t : r 0 a. in, and retiialu
lor tho Honuim uud communion non
c at 11 n. in. Tho Christian En
demur meets nt (:30 p. m, and (ho
ovontng mirmuu and mitig norvlco nt
7:3 p, in. Our pra)or montluis held
on Thursday at 7: '10 p. in. You wilt
bu welcomed nt all these gatherings.
Your servant, 1). 1). Iloylo, pastor.
P. S. Brethren, don't forget to
bring an offering for "Church K
tuuJlon Vork,"Offorlng lu tho morn
Ni;V MIRK, Sept. 'JO. Willi (ho
Cnrlislo ludlttnti plu.Mitg Allnilil
oollegii nt Oni lisle, i'u., mill (lie I'ul
ici'silv r .Maine iniM'lliig Motion fol
logo ul t'l.inn, Mo., tholinil r.i.tlliull
soasuii today n foriiiully uhoiod
iulo tho ousl. Tht so Imi gnmoH uro
tho Ursl Hohodiih'd nf any luiimll
unco in loll i'uuiilii llio big ooilouo
oC Iho wosl, bv Iho wohUiii oonfoi
oiu'U ugiiMiuoiit lulling poslpouod
SHOW AT PAGE
The I'ugo Ihoalei' offois all hileiw
osllng pi-ogiiim for toiiighl nnd Sun-'
ilny lu u KMiilhciH MiudoUlhi loud
xliow. 'I'liO eonipuii.N is good itid
pi ononis six hlg Mots, In iiilillllnn In
till llii'io will ho, Iw'n wvU of pl
duos, mulling n lwi tuiiii' peifmi.i
nuoo. The ihmiw will upon ul ll'.
Aihiisinii, diiiMisluilt Wo, linleoMV
(Tie, nml nhitilnni tile
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Kvcry one Intorostod lu tho ro-or-! .' I"".""'." ' ""'.v;
caillratloll of our chnnis eholr r' ' '", ',""1' l,,"l,, "'1' " ,,,,,,,"'
earnestly requested to bo present at
the church, promptly nt 7:30 p. in.
on next Wednesday, Prof. Isiiiumj
ohuIcm whs that King Foollinll is
tunkuiK his formal how lo IHKt uud
thnt fntut today until Iho niiu iuooIh
will Ik. present to give Instructions. . l" '"V-V '" ' l" JCiim.li. Iiw Uu
Ml loiors ot um.lo uio InMted. 1). ' Sn1,,ln,l,-V' '' ''. h'ieluill
D. Do) to. uilulster.
First Church of ClirM, Sclent Kt.
Sunday sorvlco at It n. m. Sub
ject of lessoii'Sornton, "Matter."
Wednesday evening, testimonial moot
ing nt 7:30 all nro welcome. Sun
day school at 10, all under tho age
of twenty nre Invited,
Reading room hours. 2:00 to 5:00
p. m. dally, except Suudas nnd holi
days. Church cdlflco 212 N. Oak-dale.
Rev. Robert William MacCullough,
Ph. D pastor. Morning worship 11
n. m., sermon, "Tho Second Coming
ot Christ In tho Llgo of tho Thensn
lonlnns." Kvcnlng worship 7:30,
sermon by Row W. N. I). MacCul
lough of tho First Baptist church of
Ashland. Blhlo schol. 9:15. B. Y.
P. u. 0:30. Strangers wolcomo to
ROAD SHOW AT PAGE
Tho Page Theater offers 'a Jpcclal
attraction on Saturday and Sunday
nights of a vaudeville road show.
The Southern Vaudovilto rond show
presents six good Interesting nct. ( Vnliv ut Fnilislo; HoK Ooh moot
each evening lu addition to two reels 'Uuiitshl nt South HMhleheui. I'u.,
ami Maine will fluid '' "( M'1'1 ,'"rl
takes it buck enl- except for Hie
tune of the woihl V series until next
spring. The first Big Four college
leinii lo phiv, will ho Yule. N'oxt
Woiluosdiiy the Wtwtc.wtii L'nioii.il,v
elovon jiunio)s 1'ixun Mlildlotowii,
Feuu., lo Now Haven fur lis annual
whipping. On the sumo dty Furiwll
starts her senson ngninst l'rsnus nt
llhicu; Ciulisle will moot l.elieiuiu
of pictures, two hours of time.
Tho doors will opon at 7:15. Tho
prices ot admUslon nro, downstairs,
25u; hnlcony, 15c, and rhlMruii, 10c.
Prompt Payiueut I'll Loss.
This Is to certify Hint the (?oueor
dla I'lro Insurance, thraiigh timlniu;
& Wnkemaii. paid mo my Iihm by flrc.i uf..V.tP, l-'onlhinn nod sacral oth-
Mt'Kinley nt Oinnn,
One week lalor- on Siiturdiiy, Sep
loinhor !1" - will he offoied the rirt
lilK football enrd of the srusiui. liar
vnid, Ynle, Diiiliiiuulh, IViin, Prince.
Ion, Cornell, Brown, S,rous, Car
liKle, West I'ulnl, Aliihomt, l.olimli,
the full amount of policy throe dnal,,r nmnit,.r Hiii.n.tv elntrn will piny
after tho firo ami I heartily roconi-' Ixx.ixu.i v,i, piekm' in m"
mend Ornham & Wnketuau to all mv - -
friends thnt want good fire prot-c' V startling ro'uhlnutlnn of the orl
tlon. util nnd tie Idbal was woin n
BOB CROWDKIL n"ith l.i Lndv Vonstanre Htewnrt
Ui bar Ui'K. who rallul on Hie Oluu
With Medford trnrtu is Mdfonl nintla i for N'cw York
LIVER AND BOWELS
fine Slil. Headache, CoiiHpalloii,
Biliousness, Mour Slnnnuli, Uud
ttinilli fiiinly Ciilliiiillo
(tot a 1 (l-t'ioit box now'.
Are )ou koupliig your Uxor, slum
null and bowels iileftn, pure uud flesh
with Oawmwtii or uuiruly forcing a
PHMniMiwiiy oMiry fw days with suits,
mtlinrtlc pills or castor oil? This Is
OKsmrMla liniitMilliilely elosiuo I ho
lomniih, remuvw tlm tour, unillmsteil
mid ftiniwilluK food ntnl foul Rae;
( ii K h the encesn bile from Ihe lvor
and curry out of the systsni Hid con
sllpatod waste inuttnr sail isilwin lu
No mills how sick, litwdtwhy, bil
ious and uoiullltKilHl ion feel, a ('((
enrol toHlghl wilt trslbtu ou out
by nioriiliiK. Thy work w title )ou
slenp. A lo-oent be from eur drun-
gist will keep )oiir head ilosr. stoiu
nih swirl and our Itvi-r ami bowel
irKulnr for innnMn Don't forget
tho rhi.dr"" lhlr llltlc lusbbs nd
a xontle t'teanrlDK too.
Preaching at 11 a. m., subject,
"Savo tho Llfo and Lose It."
Preaching at 7:30 p. m. subject,
"Thero Is n Way Out." This Is II
lustrated by tho groat painting "Tho
Gamo of Human Llfo" by Rctzsch.
Solo "In Tho Hour of Trial"
Herbert L. Alford
Solo, "Como Unto Mo"....J. M. North
Dr. W. W. Howard
Sunday school at 10 a, m.
J. C. H. society at 3:00 p. ni.
S. C. K. society atr:30 p. m.
F. I. L. Monday in tho chapel nt
8 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday at 7. 30
All aro cordially Invited, especially
tho strangor In our city.
McthodM L'plscojiat, Central Point
Rev. Horaco N. Aldrlch, pastor.
Sunday school 9: If! a. m., preach
ing nt 11:00; Junior Lenguo 3 p. m.
Kpworth Lenguo devotional sorvlco
0:30 p. in.: preaching service 7:30
each Sunday. Prayor meeting Thurs
day at 7:30 p. in.
Morning themo, "Tho Resources of
Evening subject, "Immo'rtallty."
Kpwor(h Loaguo topic, "Study
Classes." ' Leader, Miss Audry
Mn riilng Special Music
Anthem, "Jubilate Die";. Illorly
Song, J'Rcfugo" Abt.
Anthem, "Tho Savior lu Calling"
8ong, "Tho Wondrous Cr6ss"....Parks
This being tho last Sunday of tho
conference yonr, tho pastor will bo
glad to see every member present.
Mcdford Methodist Kptxcopal
church, corner of Dartlott and Fourth
strcots, H, Olln Wdrldgo' pastor. 80 r
vicos Sunday as follows; Preaching
11 a. m. and 8 p. ra, Subjects, morn
in.'"fJod"rn tho ITsual." Evinlnir.
"What Is Your Llfo." Sundny school
Including adult Bible classoB for mon,
women nnd young ladles, 9:15 a. m.
Subject of discussion In mm's Blblo
class, "Good Leadership nnd How to
Obtain It." Ejiworth Lcagup 0:45 p.
m. Prayor ineotlng Thursday open
ing 8 o'clock, Splpndld music by
well trained chorus choir undor the
leadership of V. C. Kdmeads. Spe
cial for Sunday morning, anthem, "O
Rest In tho Lord," Ocorgo Burdotto;
O Heart Divine, (Jorald Lang; soprano
solo, Mrs, I'd Andrews. Evening,
music by the orchestra led by Dr.
Tho men's Bible, class Qrph.ostra pf
tho Baptist church, consisting of fif
teen pieces, wjlt provldo tho Jnstru-
THE STANDARD t)IL.
FOR MOTOR CARS
"STANDARD" because it
is recognized by automobiles as
the best or standard producl for motor
STANDARD" because it is standardized or
uniform in quajity.
"STANDARD" because it is a product of the
Standard Oil Company -which in itself is a
guarantee of absolute quality.
sZKS ;2V2n. Sold by dealers everywhere am
?r ". KffOa .l-J A! n
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SAN I RANCISCO
TONIGHT and SUNDAY
( Southern. Vaudeville Road $how
Six Big Interesting Acts
Also Twq Reels Pictures
Prices: Downstairs 25c, Balcony 15c, Children 10c
Doors Open at 715