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MEDlfOUD MAIL TRI13UNM, MUDFOU1), OK till ON. 'ITKSDAV, NOVUM llUl
Clilo Uuniuni, wlio Iiar Iuhsii nt-
tnntlliiK l.olntul Stnnfnnl 1'nlvornlty
will return lo Mtulfonl this week for
a vlfllt with friends nml rolnthos".
tlot, U nt Do Voc's.
J, It. WnlklnR of tlio Western
UlilojY 10ft Monilhy night tin a lut-
ncRSlrlii to (ho northern linrt of tho
Tho finest equipment In Oregon for
printing' fruit Inliols. Mod tor J Print-
Tho nnuun) Momorlal services of
Ihe lilk'tt will he hold Sumlny, Decern
her 3th. It Is hopoil to have tholr
now teninlo romnletad hy thnt lliuo
for" iise, nml tho e.verclsos niny Ik
Now Thought Clrclo, r.(M S. Oak-
dao, Saturday 2:30 to G
Three of tho lnrcest crowds In tho
history of. the I'hko Theater nv the
fllnitt Mondny nlKht bIiowIur the jiro
Kress of tho Mnwvpll nuto from the
molten stool to the- finished product,
presented In this city hy the Powell
Auto company. Tho pictures nro
highly Interesting and Instructive and
held tho attention of the audience
from first to last.
Kodak finishing, tho best, at Wos
ton's Camcro Shop. Over Isis Thea
Frank Adam's southern shows will
present vaudeville at the Page to
night, consisting bf animal and aero
hatlc acts. Tho how has among
other animals an elephant. It was
tied to a freight car on tho side
track Monday afternoon, and lured
small hoys. Tho olophant has an tin-
nuenchnblo appetite for peanuts and
Swoot elder at Do Voo's.
County Assessor W. T. Grieve hns
returned from Portland where ho at
tended the convention ot state asses
13. S. Tnmy writes all forms of In
Buranco. Excellent companies, good
local service, 210 Garnet-Corey
P. W. Carnahan, manager of tho
Bluo Ledge mine, and Mrs. Carnahan
will. reside In this city until after tho
first of the year.
DoVoo is going to sell COO pounds
of chocolato creams at thirty cents
per pound. Oct a pound today, tf
Grant Wheeler of Montague, Cal.,
is among tho out ot town visitors In
the city this, week.
' J. O. Corking, tho best all around
photographer in southern Oregon.
Always reliable.- Negatives made any
where, tlmo or place. Studio 22S
Sovcn Chinamen from Trek a, Cal.,
arrived In Medford Mondny after
noon to visit tholr cousins here, Sev
eral business deals nro pending .be
tween tho two squads, Involving tho
transfer of Medford property for
For guaranteed 100 per cent pure,
sanitary milk, prompt delivery, call
Miss Grace Crossland or Roseburg
Is vlBltlnn friends and relatives in this
city for a few days.
"Insuranco" means "Holmes'' and
"Holmes" moans "Insuranco." Seo
Holmes "The Insuranco Man."
S. S. BulUs of tho Southern Oregon
Electric company has returned from
a trip to tho Sterling mine.
Kodak finishing and supplies at
"Weston's Camera Shop. Over Isis
The opening shots In the Ashland
city election to bo hold in December
are being fired, with two candidates
for each. Job.
Holmes "The Insuranco Man" Is
tho authorised agent ot the Aetna In
surance Cot "
R.ev..qnd Mrs. V. F, Shields of
t0. Presbyterian church opent Mon
day visaing In Grants Pass.
Yaudevllla at Page Theater to
Saturday night and. Sunday tho
flgwiiig blood, of tho community boil
ed. Four. fights between moro or less
prominent citizens occurred. No
damage was done. A peculiarity of
roostot, tho rumpuses were that they
Involved men.ot most peacoful na;
C. M. Richards for piano tuning.
Phono, 899' ' 212
Sergeant Pat Mego of the pollco
forco Is improving from his Illness
caused by an abscess on the chest-
Vaudevlllo nt Page Theater to
night. Thomas Ryan of Watklns, Ore., Is
spending a few duys In tho city vis
iting relatives and friends.
Did you buy ono of thoso "salo
eults?" Tho kind you try on when
you got homo Well It It don't fit
you come to tho Medford Cleaners &
Tullora and wo will inuko It fit,
Ph'pno G7, 210
Kdward Furry of Glendale spent
Monday In this city and Jacksonville
altenulOK to business jmuturs.
Furs reduced 10 to 40 per cout at
money wivlnK alo. Alironi.
Tho fattest ducks, chickens and
turkeys nt tho Medford Fish and
Poultry Market. Phono !1CU.
All tailored suits 20 to M) per cent
off nt tho money paving sale.
Get tho plckels, snuorkrnut cran
berries nml ovorj tiling In fish nt tho
.Medford Fish and Poultry Market.
The Woman's Relief Corps will
give a Christmas snlo and a baked
beau and brown bread lunch Satur
day, November 28, In the 1'lilch build
Ing near post offlro. North Central.
Lunch ecrved any tlmo nfter 11:80
Pijt, oysters In tho dressing If ydu
want It to bo good. Wo hnve Sertl
fihlpt. Olympln nnd Uooth's. Medford
Fish nnd Poultry Market.
Ono rnck of dress skills full models
nlucs to $15.00, salo $1.9$. Ahrens.
Cheese makes tho dinner complete
The Medford Fish and Poultr Mnrk-
et hns a nlco line. Phone 302.
Tho heaviest fog of tho reason
overhung tho valley this morning, and
the nlr was chilly.
House drosses, ktmonns, bathrobes,
corsets, underwear, all reduced at tho
to 40 per cent. Ahrons.
Frank Johns ot Snlcm Is nmong the
out of town visitors In tho city this
Fireman Charles Roussam who
was Injured In a smash up nt Mnln
and Front sterets a week apt Is out
of danger, though still suffering from
We have had many compliments on
our salo. Women say you are doing
as you advertlso and more, tho money
saving sale. Ahrens. '
In excavating for a gasollno tank
on Main street. Flynn brothers un
covered a portion of tho first sewer
laid In this city. l ran from a point
near the -Washington school to Rear
Turkeys are selling In tho local
meat markets at 20 cents per pound
cash, and from 22 to 2. cents per
pound for credlt.Thls Is from eight
to ten cents cheaper than last year,
due to a heavier supply. Tho Roguo
river valley this season Is shipping
practically tho entire northern Cali
fornia supply. Heretofore, much of
tho Thanksgiving meat camo from
their own state.
The postoHIce will bo closed Thurs
day, Thanksgiving, Sunday rules and
regulations being In effect. Hankfl,
city and cornty offices nnd stores
will bo closed. Holiday holra will
be observed at barber shops.
Judge F. M. Calkins ot the circuit
court Is spending tho week In Rose
burg occupying tho Douglas county
bench In several cases In. "which the
regular Judjjo Is disqualified. Mrs.
Calkln3 accompanied Judge Calkins.
Tho High school vaudovlllo ap
peared before two large, audiences nt
tho Page theater and made a good
impression, tho cartoon Work of
Glenn Laldloy being best rcceiveu.
Phlims and Brandon and tho other
two acts were also woll received. Tho
tcasm arc a Httlo better than tho
vaudeville Medford used to receive
on tho "candle light" circuit, and not
qulto as good as some recently pre
sented. A llttlo practice will give,
thorn polish. Tho team will accom
pany the football team on tho trip
to Klamath Falls for the Thanks
The Presbyterian ministers ot me
valley held a conference Monday at
Bethany church. GrantR Pass, with a
noonday lunch, served by tho ladles,
tho following program being carried
eut: Devotional. nov. w. r. uiocn
ncr; "Tho Value of Presbytcry'fl
Reading Courso." W. F. Shields oi
Medford; foreign mission addrets and
conference. Rev. Krncst F. Hall, San
rranclsco; "Lessons of tho Temper
ance Victory." er. J. K. uatme.
book review, Rov. J. M. Spencer.
County Commissioner Smith and
Knglueer Win. tlorlR Tuesday In
spected the new concrete brldno over
llvnus creek, constructed by Contrnc.
tor Anderson of Grants Puss. Ac
cording to County Consulting ICngl
neor Gorlg, this structure Is the host
bridge In southern Oregon and erect
ed nt less com.
Choice of any trimmed hat or
shnpo left In stock,, T coiUh, two
dozen to select fro.ui. Home Milli
nery, ItOMVest 9th St. 2t
Amos Walker returned Monday
from a business tilp to San Francis
, Now come to tho real salo when
goods, are actually in leprosonted,
tho money saving sale. Ahrein.
Tho Country club will Institute a
Gromt town golf match Thnnksvlxlng,
starting from the l'ulvorslt -lub at
9 a.' in, and finishing at the ninth
hold om tho Country eluh links. Tho
course will be north on Fir lo Jack
son, east on Jackson to RUerslde,
north on Riverside to McAndrows
Ford ot Bear creek, thence down the
county road to the links. Slv en
tries have been filed to date In tho
VaudoVllle at Page Theater to
ulght. John Bellinger reported to the po
lice that someone was stealing his
grain, and an Investigation proved
that It was a high finance deal be
tween his son nnd a nolghhoc boy
named Scott. The Bellinger lad had
traded a pigeon nnd feed for a
searchlight belonging to tho Stmt
With Medford trsde Is ttttUord mada
Largest stock nt furs In Mcdtofrl
to choose from nt a discount of 10
to 10 per cent. AhArens.
K. W. Kviin.4 of Albany spent Mon
day In this city and Jacksonville at
tendln to business matters.
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YOO XiATK 'JO OhXHtiWY,
10 8ALJ5 $35.00 pus ru"K for
$jV,00, 706 Houth Oahduie, fore
Let ub furnish some of our
For tho Thanksgiving Fut Fresh
From Our Own Factory
If It romes from this storo It will ho
Mrlclly pure and flrht class
Ainu nlco Hue of TlianksulvliiK Favor
ti.' JL J' t IS
COULD NOT LIVE
Restored to Health by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
UnlonvJlle, Mo. "I suffered from a
female troublo and I got sweak that I
could hardly wnlk
across the floor with
out holding on to
something. I had
nervous spells and
my fingers would
cramp and my faco
would draw, and I
could not speak, nor
sleep to do any good,
had no nppetitu.and
everyone thought I
would not livo.
Some ono advised mo to toko Lydia E.
Plnkhnm's Vegetable Compound. J, had
taken so much medicine and my doctor
said he could do me no good bo I told my
husband he might get me if bottle and L
would try it. By the time I had take?
it I felt better. I, continued ltd ue,and
now I am well and strong.
"I have always recommended your
medicine over sinco 1 was so wonder
fully benefitted by it and I hope this
letter will be the means of saving soma
other poor woman from Buffering."
Mrs. MAnTHA Sbavby, Box 1144,
The makers of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound have thousands of
such letters as that above they tell
the truth, elso they could not have been
obtained for lovo or money. This med
icine is no Htrnnger it has stood tho
test for years.
If there are any complications you
do not understand rrrite to i.idln 1'.
l'inkham Medicine Co. (renlliliiitiil)
Iyuu,Maki. YourleUcr will be opened,
read and ansnered by a uowau ami
held In strict confidence.
OUR FRUIT CAKE
I Ih hjimIo of mntc-riiil.s such
n Fresh Creamery llutter,
1 Cuiio Kuyur, Impurted Cur
riintK, lleclfiined Thomson
Itui.iiiK, Itiilinu Citrous.
California Sweet Almonds
(Blanched) Price 50c lb.
We wih lo jisuro you (hut
mil (if mimic iiiiiteiuils it will
eoht you ifiore Hum thin it'
you niiiko lecx tlmu 10 ll.
Wn do not deliver to ijiiviitii
Iioii-cp, hiit wilMnke onliiiw
llirrnili your pimuir.
Buy Our Mince Pic
or Gsrccwy DcalcrX X
Hearst Selig Weekly
i ! , . Vilnui'iiph SjicimuI . , .
Such a Hunter
' A) 4" '
l'lepniv tod.n lor" IliO rcMiu holi
dny. We hnve ml I ho neeesMiues
ueteai; to m.ike the (liimer satis
fuelurv in nverv wny.
- Willi .JOHN' lirNXV ami I'M.OIJA'IPI N(iM
.Kirsl 'Pinu' IIim'e:
MASTER GLEN LAIDLEY
Tlii' , on Ulster llml iiimle .linuiilc Swiiuii'i'toii jcaloii.s.
LITTLE MARY PICKFORD
One UN'cl h'ciiliiri'.
U H i
'. A I JR
Orders Filled Promptly
' Phono 927 '
Tho Vamlovillo Swells
DOLPH PHIPPS AND CARTER BRANDON
A litlh.-iv.-il run.
1 thai sr'orcss ' ' '
"The Author and the Dear Public
and The Plate of Mush"
By George Ado. J
First time in -America:
THE BROADWAY FAVORITES
Leonard E. Noo, Boyd Koyzer, Lloyd "W illinmson and Cartor Br.nulon in George
Ado's Famous Gomody,
A KING FOR A NIGHT
(X- a niovi. ? i ' :..(
Coming Wednesday and Thursday:
"STRONGHEART" . , .;;..,.-..
In Tiu'oo Parts . : - - t
ADMISSION, 10c and 15c Something Dohjg'Eyaj'JMuto.
Tho Only Department Stove in Medford Giving S. & H. Green Trading SJUmns1 '
NEXI WEDNESDAY THE 25th IS RED LETTER DM
Ten S. & H..Greon Trhding Stamps Free. No purchaso required. Given at tho Parlor, Socond Floor
W A Gxccn J M
tl 4r -Q iff
. M. Department
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
()iil,, Jijm'c , ;ni
can . Iiiy iMClill
Red Letter Bargain Day Last Wednesday of Each Month
DOUBLE STAMPS I'.GO TOMORROW WITH EACH CASH PURCHASE-SECOND 1-LOOlt
Tinpi-ovc'thisopporiuiiitv to fill vour Christ mas stamp hunks. Douhlo stnnip.s will he Kin-u iuiuomv with
all cash lim-chases niadc'on the entire Hocond Kluor, hi eonjiiiiHion with extraordinary clearing sale hiti'-
gains in Women's Ready-to-u ear Apparel.
SWEEPING COAT REDUCTIONS
DouhleS. & II. Stamps.
LADIES' SUITS AT ACTUAL COST
$20.00 Suits &IS.9S
$20.00 Suits $14.98
$l.j.OO Suits $11.95
Douhle S. & 11. Stamps.
$1.50 SLIPPERS AT 98c
Full lino of all Hissos. iiuy Xinus
Slippers now and save. Women's
Siesta Slippers with pompon and
overlap tops, shown in all tho
wanted Colors, . standard $l.fl()
iiiiililv. huv them tomorrow, spe
cial, pair 98
Shoo Dept., First Floor.
Ladies' ISe Nose 9
Children's 20c Hose 12
Mdi's Silcks 115'"
MEN'S CANVAS MITTENS
Ih filial' !ife, lo close 5
LADIES FLEECED KIMONAS
$!.()() ICimonos ,...t
See Center Tahles, Kii-st Floor.
Douhle S. & II. Stamps
CLOSING OUT ALL MEN'S
$12.,r0 Uaincoals ..$9.99
$10.00 Ihiincoats $7.4(i
$ 7.00 Raincoats . . ..$4'.!8
Men's Dept, First. Floor.
IB HI I II ! f
DEVENCHIRE CLOTH 20c
Now spring pattcvtiH just receiv
ed, a whole case ol'fiO pieces, only
cloth made Ihal has an ahsolule
tfiiaraiitcc, not lo lade in wai-h-iiiK.
Iioiliii, acid or siuililil.
Drv (loods Depl , Fii'mI l''loor.
AYAHN DYED FABRIC
OHILDREN'S HAT SALE
l(,or Hos and Small (lirls, reKii
I,ir7."jc and ." Hals 49tf
LADIES' KID OLOVE SALE
itiLDOdlovcH . . tjtl.H)
havs ask for v(ur
H. iVv II. Slumps.
Many Bargains Not Mentioned Here KL";,mZ S'"4
606 Iv, Main Si.
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