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MEDtfOKl) MMli TUNH1NK MlfiUKOKD, OKKOOX. IWIDAY, NOV10MIWK 28, 1911).
Mr. nrnl Mrs. P 1 Nutting nwl
dnliRhtor of Omnia I'(i, Air. qml Mrs.
O. .1. Stono of Ashland, wnre the
Kuesln of Mr. and Mrs, A. V. Stono,
nt thulr ranch homo ThnnksRlvlng.
J, Vcbii of Tolo district nintlo n
trli to Mcilford tho first of tho week.
15, 13. 6mn lias licoii In Jackson
ville In tlic Intorett of tho Oregon
Orosonlnn ncency at Do Voo's.
Ir. 1). N. Hunch has bron vis
itlK In Jacksonville, tho guest of
hnr Son, Hay Hunch.
Kdrilo Mcnsor, n monilior of the
Pittsburg baseball club, passed
tliroiiRh Mod ford recently, on routo to
Portland. Mo Is a son of Henry Mcn
sor, formerly of Jacksonville.
Holiday offer fiO per cent off. Up-to-Dnto
Stidlo, 232 East Main.
Oscar Lewis and Mr. Walt of Jack
sonville Bont Wednesday afternoon
In Med ford.
The case of M, M. Wolch vs. tho
heirs of Ceorpo Walt. Involving a
homestead claim In Squaw lako dis
trict, which was decided In favor of
(the latter, has been appealed to tho
secretary of the Interior.
Over five hundred children en
joyed tho moving picture matinee
Thanksgiving afternoon given by K.
Charles Hosley of Ashland was a
recent business visitor In Medford.
It. D. Hoko of Willow Springs dis
trict motored to Medford Wednesday.
J. K. Howard, state representative
from Douglas county. Is spending
Thanksgiving In Medford.
Mrs. E. M. Jnnnoy of Washington,
D. C, is a recent Medford visitor.
Sheriff Singlor, and his deputies.
E. W. Wilson nnd Charles Gay, havo
returned from Salem, where they de
livered Fuller, Odcn and Hums o
tho penitentiary authorities.
George E. Boos, secretary of the
Pacific Good Roads association, wltl
leave for Northern California next
week, in tho interest of that organi
zation. E. D. Weston, commercial photog
rapher, negatives made any time or
placo by appointment. Phono M
William Hlgbam Is down from his
ranch In Trail district.
Tyson Deall of South Central Point
transacted uslness In Medford oc
Kodak finishing est In town nt
Prank Kowalsky, who Is employed
on tho Grants Pass-Crescent City rail
road, is visiting In Medford.
J. L. Rowo aud W. II. Kinney of
Sams Valley wero business visitors
In Medford Wednesday.
Milk and cream at DeVoe's.
The revival services at tho Medford
Methodist Episcopal church, corner
of Dartlett and Fourth streets, con
tinue with unabated Interest, flno
congregations, enthusiastic and In
spiring singing led by chorus choir.
A largo number havo been converted,
and nightly seekers present them
selves at tho altar. Subject of pas
tor's sermon this evening at 7:30
will bo "The Man Ho Might Have
Fresh eggs. Phono 201-J4, 21C
Tho city council at its regular meet
ing Tuesday night will appoint a reg
istration board for the city election.
Miss Amy Tuttlo of Sams Valley Is
visiting Medford friends for a few
"Insuranco your best asset." Hav
tho est. Placo your Insuranco with
Holmetf, tho Insurance Man, right if
ho writes It. tf
Dan Titnan of Montague Is In Med
ford for a few days,
Fletcher Fish Is up from Talent
for a short stay.
Tho high school. Chosen Friends,
and collcgo basket ball teaniB have
begun training for the winter cam
paign. Saturday tho last day of the re
moval sale. Watch us grow. Ahrens
H. F. Mulkoy nnd wlfo nro spend
ing Thanksgiving with volallvos In
tho Willamette vnlley.
George Kntten of Mnrshtield Is )n
tho city for n few das.
Tho Misses Nell Stotni nnd Fay
l'ankey spent Thanksgiving with
friends nnd relatives nt Hoguu Hler.
Tho Ashland high school defeated
Klamath Falls at Ashland Thursday
10 to 0. Many Medford fans made
Kent Herbert of Gold lllll Is In the
city for n few dns.
The Golden Link Hlble class of the
rthptlst church met In tho church
Tuesday, Nov. 2.", 3.0rt P M for tho
election of officers. Or Evan Mains
Carlow was ro-elcctcil as class presi
dent, Mrs. Evans vice-president, Mm
Reach, secretary and treasurer Mrs,
E. C. HogsQtt, reperter: chairmen of
committees wero Mrs Stearns, mem
bership; Mrs. Howo.lt. cradle rell:
Mrs. Evans, devotienal: Mrs. Marsh
secial: Mrs. Wilson, calling. Teach
er, Mrs. C. R. Young.
The Anxllllary of the First Hnptlst
church of Medford hold their annual
election, nt the church Tuesday, Nov
24. 1913. Tho following officers
wore elected: President, Mrs. W. T
1). MacCullough. first vice-president.
Mrs. R. W. Stearns, missionary chair
man; second vice-president. Mrs. E
J. Fouts, calling chairman: third vice
president, Mrs. L. H Kent, social
chairman: treasurer, Mrs. A, F. Wal
dron; secretnry, Mrs. II C. Garnett;
reporter, Mrs E. E. Wilson. The
next meeting will bo held on Tues
day, December. 2, 1913, n the homo
or Mrs. II. C. Garnett. 223 N. Central.
All members nro requested to bo pres
ent, as there Is sewing to be done.
ANNA HELD, PARISIAN BEAUTY, AT THE PAGE THEATER, DEC. 4
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KANSAS CITY, Xov. 2S. Hnvinjr
satisfied themselves that Mtfsnuri
and Knnwis fanner nr r?ttinp no
more than IS to 110 cents per doxui
for eggs, while tlie local retail jirice
is 40 to -13, officer of the Consum
ers' league, Kuiimis City Atlienneum.
Housewives' lenpio and Women's
Christian Temperance union nn-
uounced tndny thnt they will join the
ejW boycott until pnees are reduced
Our Debt to President Wilson
SCHENECTADY, X. Y., Nov. 2S.
Thirty-two strikers of the General
Eleetriu company's plant here were
appointed special policemen todnv by
Commissioner of Safety Colo nnd in
structed to see thnt pickets did not
forcibly interfere with employes de
siring to resume work.
Compnny officials declared today
that 2000 employes had returned to
work, but the strike lenders inr-Mod
that 100 wns neurer the corrqet num
ber. Representatives of both t fne
tions conferred in Mayor Lunn s of
fice this afternoon in nn effort to
reach u settlement of the dispute.
THE DIE IN
RESCUE AI SEA
(From tho Public.) JMih'titnti'il the bn.ionul for the Iml-
Thriee ble.-ed i this country in '"
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lmvini: nt tho pro-ent tune n mail ori ... . ,
"""" 'would hnve been the settnn: buck oi
peace in the White IIouo. Not h ,l ri,j-n wrj tm, lH mv or, ,a.
penee-nt-nny-irice man is bo, but u point of fruition. .Men's minds nro
for the sake of pence. ' w eentorod upon xocinl pmhletiix
ns never before. Nor uns there ever
such intelligent eoiMprelieiiHiou of the
iiu'hlions. Wnr thrust upon u nt
this time would menu u display of
uoiv palriotisui, big contracts for
army nml navy supplies cheap mili
lurv hemes, mid a debauched con
gress. In a Irire we should bo in
the puMou nnd tumult of the re
construction iky thnt followed the
Miss Iua Cochran a student at the
University of Oregon ut Eugene, will
Teturn to college Sunday, after spend
ing Thanksgiving with homo folks.
Joo Wilson of Talent spent Thanks
giving evening in tho city.
Watch us grow. Wo movo to
larger quartern Monday. Attend tho
removal salo. Ahrens.
Mr, and Mrs. D. II. Allaway of
Trout Lake, Wash., aro visiting Mr.
and Mrs. W, C. Allaway, 210 Ileatty
W, R, Coleman was over from
Jacksonvlllo for a few hours this
A, A. Smith of Klamath Falls is
In the city for a few duyn,
Weeks &McGowan Co
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Night P. W, Week JOH-J-a
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SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 28. The
steamer President of tho Pacific
Coast line -will sail at 4 o'clock this
afternoon, It was announced here to
day, having sustained no serious dam
ago buffeting tho storm In which
three seamen aud a passenger were
lost fifty miles off Coos Hay, Ore.
!''. fnA I nuharn the Hprt vlepf
ago passenger, was washed ovor-
board by a heavy sea. Three mem
bers of the crew, J. Shane, fourth of
ficer; O, Junack, qiiiirter-master,
and II. Hansen, seamen, went to his
rescue aud wero drowned when their
small boat was overwhelmed by the
pen oo mnii
Seldom indeed does mnu bwvc such
un opportunity for mischief us bus
fallen to the bit of President Wil
son. Americans have been ooiumonu
nbly patient in their confidence in
his ability to bundle the Mexican
trouble. Hut there has not been a
dny since it begun thnt there would
not luivo been a opulnr uprising,
bail ho but gixon the word, to fol
low the fins into .Mexico. And of
late there litis been it feelins; on the
part of mnny that wo should, in
spite of ourlvps, Iw forced into
united intervention. Continued pa
tience, however, together with gen
tleness nnd firm M)-, still pr'omi-o a
Hut siiiKso n belligerent bad oc
cupied the White House at this time,
n mnu fond of notoriety and seeking
jHjrsonnl nfrgrundizemuiit. A word
would have buen sufficient to bring
on the clnsli. Aud once started, the
struggle would hnve beuu drawn out
till thousand of men bad perished,
vast amounts of prnnorty IihiI boon
destroyed, ttud the national debt
doubled. nAd after the miserable,
bjg-drawn-out " war hud been
brought (o n close, wo should liae
lind tht' inevitable orop of widows,
cripples nnd pensioner, togeihc
with tho undying hatred of a neigh
boring people. And for what J
Mcrolv because ambitious elneft.iins
in a pnrtiullv chiliad countrv bud
If you nre wishing for
a buttur ;ITtH' than the
ono vou aro iisintr trv
Sitbillin'H Host; jukI
if you don't ngri'o with
ift that it is hotter than
any other, your grocer
will return vour nionov.
Order today; you may forget
DR. W. H. HECKMAN
PHYSICIAN AMI SnWJKON
Office Spnrla Ilulldlng
Offlro Hours 10 A. M. to .' P. M.
SUITS TO FIT
FIT TO WEAK
WIFE SLAYER BATTLES
COIl A, HI., Nov, 28. Frunk Mc
Adams lato last night shot and killed
his wife ut a dance in the opera
house here, Tho slayer eluded other
dancers and today barricaded himself
In a building. Sheriff Roy, at tho
head of a posse of deputies and citi
zens, battled for uovoral hours with
McAdams, one bullet tearing away
Constable Hagerman's lower teeth,
At 10:30 o'clock McAdama com
mitted suicide by bending a bullet
through his head.
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points In Europe, Asia
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From Nw York, Jtouarjr 18, 1014
93 Days $700 and up
lodudloK it.ore ctcurilom and tllnccctmjr tipoiti
AUo cruU to Writ Indlei, Panama
Canal, Around lli World, tlirough m
Pautaina Can, and Mditrranan trip.
SnJor lovkUt, stating ttuln
100 Pencil St., Sun rraucloco, Cu.,
or Local Agents,
I havo located in Medford, room
420 M. F. & II. building, to practice
scientific body massaging, using
linttlo Creok, Mich., sanitarium meth
ods and guaranteo satisfaction,
Mrs. Emma Walker
Work for physicians solicited
Reduced prlccu on
Century Edition of
5c a Copy
while it lasts
Phono Xo. 007-J ao X Cimpo St.
Civil Win1. The InrllT wull would bo
rebuilt mid iiucrtlious of liiuillon,
puhllo ulllitit'H nnd polilicul tcroiiu
would ho Kwepl away liy tlic greed
mid Ncirinliui'iw Hint uccoiuluinv mil-
lliuv openillons. PrcHl.li'ut Wilnon
limy nol hnve itoiic till Hie t litttsM
lluil he should Imvo ilonci lint lie Imp
twoldoil iho one thing Hint no "linuld
not lm mi done.
This is an Age of
-in medicinc-in law-in tsnchingj the hadcrs
arc those whs devote Hisir entire attention
t ohc branch ef their work.
Ws arc specialists; clothes specialists.
Ws devots all Qur time, all our thought,
all our ability tg selecting ths right sort of
clothes for discriminating mcn. Ws den t
choose cheap clothes; we doh t choose cx
travagaht clothes. We specialize in clothes
to sell at frsm $15 to $30 ard we boast
that nowhere in America can bsttsr style,
better quality and more complete satisfac
tion be found in mens clothihg thah in
Sanii1 npplit'S to our Hoys' (Motliiiitf,
Furnishing Hoods. KcnipmhiM', you t-an buy
hiMv at the right prico now. Don't lmvo to
wait until tho soason is ovor. Wo aro nol
al't'ootod with tho rut-prioo salos inotliod. So
do your Xinas shopping oarly. Wo, as usual,
will, for your holiday purclmsos, put all
Tics, Hosiery, fllovos, Ilnudkori'hiofs,
Mut'floi-s, Susiiondoi-s, Holts, oto., in a neat
holiday oarton roady for mailing or dcliv
ory. Tho House of Quality and Right Prices
Model Clothing Co
HELLO, YES THIS NO. 70
While preparing a meal, did
you over reach for noinnthlng
on tho shelf and to your disap
pointment found It had spoiled?
It was of poor Quality. This
would not have happened If .t
cmiio Trout our Store. Have an
noyance, buy your Orocerlos
hero every order Is Inspected
by our ordor clerk before leaf
ing thu storo.
Oho us a trial.
We Want 25 New Customers This Week
Here Are Some Patron-Winning' Prices
Not that those specially priced things nro unusual
here thoy are not. .For our regular prices would
look like bargains in some stores.
But we do want 25 now customers this week, and
wo offer some very special values to help to soouro
them. Are You tp ho one of the "twenty-five."
Here arts some price-reasons why you should he:
38 lbs. Cane Sugar for $1.00
25 lbs. .Red Mexican Beans for $1.00
25 lbs. Pink Beans for $1.00
100 lbs. Hood Potatoes for : $1.00
GOc can Rosebud Syrup for 45p
.$1.00 can Rosebud Syrup for 85
40e can Breakfast Drips for 30
75o can Breakfast Drips for 55
(iOc Bridal Palls Syrup for 45tJ
$1.00 Bridal Falls Syrup for 85p
Mc Fancy Table Fruit, 3 cans for 50t
25c si'o Rolianco Shrimp for 20
Pure White Flour, tho sack $1.45
fi Bars Pearl White or White Flyer Soap 250
10c Polly Prim Cleanser ,.....'.5
30c Swift's Pride Cleanser , 5
25c Aero Washing Powder 15
1 J r
t $45 Coats
f $35 Coats
t One lot of
(f $18.50 coat
j Children's Co&ts
MRS. H. L. LEACH
320 North Bartlett.
Phono 5(53 Af.
Twenty - seven
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Stocks Are Complete In
All the Stores.
Begin Your Christmas
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