Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, April 03, 1915, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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Tim M. H, S. Alumni nro planning
another of tliclr popular Informal
lnnccn, to lake plneo In tlio near fu
ture. Tlio Onto will probably bo set
for FrIW,April X(H)u Thero will
bo n mooting field on tbo Moiianlno
floor of Jtho Hotel Mcdford Monday
loycnlnir, April filh to iIIacum tlio -various
details for this ilanco. All alum
n are urged to ho present promptly
nt,7 p m.
Tnku a trip to Ashland on Inlcr
nrlmn Autocar, Schedule in another
column. . 11
, Mr, Ilnrt Tholrolf will loavo to
morrow for San Kranclsco, whoro sho
will Bpcml tho next three months
studying music,
Havo your lawn mower sharpened
by J. W. Mitchell, phono 320-J. tf
Moving pictures of tho fire de
partment maklnfc n run are being tak
en by A. C. Allen this afternoon,
tho entire department being out,
with nil hnnds at their posts.
Another five hundred pound ship
ment of those delicious chocolate
creams going nt thirty cents a pound
at ttoVoo's.
Tho foothill orchard, ro la full
bloom, ami ih'o while of the blossoms
agAlnst thorctn background mako
a rtrcttyfelght'. ''
Oregonlan agency at DeVoe's.
Frank Burgess, who In the last two
weeks has licen.ln every important
town on tho Southern Pacific be
tween Sacramento and 'Salem, says
that Mcdford shown ilio most activity,
business, and prosperity of any,
See new timo card of Interurban
In advertising columns. H
J. M. Gruber, Vlco president of
the Great Northern at St. Paul, and
family, old friends of Vfm. lludgc
and L. E. "Wakoman. woro met at
Ashland yesterday by theso gentle
men and C. E. Gates and II. A. I.atta
and taken from train 1C to walling
autos and brought brer tho Pacific
Highway to Mcdford whero they
again boarded their prlvato car.
They woro well pleased -villi what
they saW ortho valloy and tho high
way and greatly enjoyed tbo ride,
and also appreciated tho courtesy
cxtenueU them.
Cr-A. DcVoo for subscriptions.
Tho committee In charge of the
Elk dance Tuesday sight wish p an-
niunco that sorae"lao bo Urictly
Informal Fd"r some unaccountable
"reason" somo seenfr to havo-an Im
pression rto .tho contrary. All tho
Elk parties "will bo Informal.
Easter is at hand. You know the
stylo is right' when you buy here.
M teses Lonmberry & Semon at M.
& it. Department store. 11
Tho Missus Itundlette wero in
Ashland Frldayt
Sweet cider at Oe Voe"s.
TJfilyc Bee-lo Stewart motored to
Ashland Friday.
"Grown In Medford" vegetable
plants for sale. Many varieties. Or
der now for future delivery. Mad
dox & nonncy, Portland Avo. Grcon
houso. Phono 8711. 30
Mrs.. Frei Slaglo of Coqullle is In
Medford called, hero by tho illness
of her father.
j or miiuew ana apnis on roses
combine atonic sulphur and black
loaf 40. Uso now. At Cooperative
Fruit Assn. !!
' H. N. nutler and family of Roguo
Illver nre in Medford on a visit.
If you C. A. PoVoe, you can get
Tho Country Gentleman for ono dol
lar.
Tho Woman's Missionary society
o ft ho Presbyterian church meets at
the homo of Mrs. R. W. Clancy,
Medford Heights, Tuesday afternoon
at 2:3Q, Mrs, Itoecoo Johnson has
chargo of tho program. Subject,
"Mountaineers." All tho ladles of
thu congregation tiro invited.
Seo Shnplclgh hardware Co., for
fishing tncklo, especially tho boys.
Tho Woman's Missionary society
of tho Presbyterian church will hold
n Sunrlso J?rajermeetlnB Easter
morning at C:30. Everyone is invit
ed to this hour of prayer and praise.
J, 0, Gorking, tho best all around
photographer In southern Oregon.
Always rellnblo. Negatives made any.
where, timo or place. Studio 228
Main St. Phopo 320-J,
Miss Elizabeth Putnam has return
ed from u flvo, months visit with rel
atives in San Francisco.
Why not ge$ It nt DeVoe's?
The Western Union Telegraph com
pany is always widely awake to tho
needs of tho public and In response
to tho popular demand thoy aro In
augurating a "now Bcrvlco In tho "way
of Easter Greetings by telegraph.
Telegrams containing Easter Greet
ings wilj beTdllvered on a specially
designed Jilanlc npproprlnto to tho
season. Thoy may bo filed any time
for delivery 911 JSauter morning.
Candy, candy; get it at DeVoe's.
AUrRf n. R. MpQabe van a pro
fessional vbdtor in tho county seat
this morning.
Qet It at Do Vne's
A. u, Call and James Eaton of
Javksonvltltt spent Friday In Medford
aMpadlBg o businetw umttere.
Mating the Page today,
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Jack Altkon collided Friday after
noon In front of Mcllrldo'a store
with nn nUto driven by Mrs. Wd II.
Lhmport. Tho machines, woro fol
lowing eneh other up Main street,
Mrs. Lamport stopping sittlenly, tho
Attken mnchlno ttnsnlng Into the
rear end. Tho dnmngo was Blight,
Oct your butter, cream, milk and
butter-milk, at Do Voe't.
Advance agents of a wild west
show, were In tho city tho first of
tho week ( making arrnngententa for
performances in this cltj enriy in
My
Kodak finishing and suppltoo nt
Weston's Camera Shop. Opposite
Book Store.
John Young of Hilts, Cnl., Is spend-
Ing a few days In tho city attending
to business matters.
Taxi Foster & Holbrook, Phono
SSJi. City trip inc. Two for 25c.
Corner Fir and Main Sts. 11
Interest In the Jack Johnson-Jess
Willard championship bnttlo nt Ha
vana Monday afternoon Is exciting
local fight fans, mora than any pu
glllstlc affair since Hud Anderson's
day. and 6cvernl wagers have been
put on Willard to win. Tho concen
sus of local opinion Is that Johnson
is too fat.
, Seo DaVo Wood about that ftro In
ttiranco policy. Office Mall Tribune
Old.
F. V. Gregory of Omaha, S'eb., Is
spending n few days In tho city and
valley attending to business matters.
Best assortment of Easter cards in
tho city. Handicraft Shop. ,
Steps towards the formation of a
baseball club in this city will bo taken
today, when tho players will meet. A
'practice will xs hold at the ball park.
Tho matter of finding a manager Is
the chief problem.
Papering 'and painting. Phone
G-l 1-M.,
Frank Edwanls of Watklns has re
turned homo after sptndlng a few
days in this city on business.
Papering and painting. Phono
5-M.
The condition of Tom Fuson, ill
nt his homo with n slight attack of
typhoid shows an improvement to
day. When your feet hurt don't try to
put up with It. Have thorn cared for
by a skilled Marlnollo operator. The
comfort It brings is worth many times
tho cost of treatment. The Marlnol
lo Hair Shop. Cora E. Utley, 407
Garnctt-Corcy building. tf
Tho heaviest visitation of wander
ers in months befell tho city Thurs
day and Friday, tho pollco being
kept busy keeping tho transients on
tho move. The men wore confined
to tho railroad yards, not being nl
lowed on tho streets for fear they
would begin begging operations.
Southern Pacific train crows exper
ienced somo difficulty on keeping
the gangs off trains.
Dr. Riddell has moved his office to
tho Medford Furnituro & Hardware
building, third floor. 314
C. W. McDonald, cashier of tho
Jackson county bank, is spending a
few days In Klamath county attend
ing to business matters.
Fancy groceries at DaVoo's.
r A. J. Ttnsn of fJrlffln rrpnV runf
Friday In Medford attending to bus
iness matters.
Kodak finishing the best, at Wes
ton's Camera Shop. Opposite Book
Store
SIg. Salvatoro Glordana, tenor of
tho Andrews Opera company, arriv
ed Friday afternoon to spend a few
days In tho city. Ho will return Mon
day for tho presentation Monday at
Roseburg of tho opera "Martha."
Got Pan Dandy bread at DeVoo's.
Mrs. C. C. 8cott of Pljoonix yMt
ed friends In this city Friday.
Tho regular monthly mooting of
,tho Ministerial association will be
hold Monday morning.
Special Easter dinner at the Nash
Cafoterla Sunday. Turkey and chick
en with all the good things that go
with them. You will enjoy tho feast.
10
William Gerlg, manager of tho P.
& E. has returned from nn extended
.trip to St. Paul and Middle West
points. Ho reports business rapidly
Improving, with snow all over tho
middle west.
Everybody is
Not a Judge
of Diamonds.
Most pcoplo havo to
take BOJiie ono's "Bay
so" bc'cauBo most peo
ple aren't tip on Dia
mond Values. '
We wish to roirilml tlioso Interest
ed that every diamond wo havo In
stock lias passed a inbut careful ex
amination at our hands.
Which makes buying absolutely
safe for tho person who knows lit
tle about diamonds. Ah wo write wo
ard showing tho purest gems in
Southern Oregon.
Wo Invito you to Inspect our Block.
MARTIN J. RfeDDY
Tho Jeweler UlUJi JKtut Mulu Ut,
iSr,
Attorney 11. F. MulUoy will rend
Hamlet before tho Hhnkwpoaro club
nt the reguW meeting to ho held
Monday evening at tho public library,
Tho annual meeting and election
of officers of tho Drama League will
bo held at the public library next
Tucsdny owning nt eight o'clock.
This (s the most Importnnt meeting
of tho year, and all members arc
urged to attend.
H. A. Hnnscom of Agate Is spend
ing the- day In Medford attending to
business matters.
Joe H. Wilson of Talent Ir spend
ing tho day In Medford attending to
business matters and visiting friends.
J. C. Barnard of Ashland spent
Friday afternoon In oMdford attend
ing to business matters.
F. E. Merrick will roturn next
week from a two week's business trip
through tho Middle West.
Tho Parents-Teachers nssoclnllou
of the Jackson school held their reg-
'ular meeting Friday afternon nt tho
school, nn address being given by
the Rev. Hawkins on "Co-operation."
Iylo Wnlther, who has hen attend
ing the Oakland Pol.xtcchnle Fchool
returned Friday afternoon to s)Knd
the Easter vacation with )i!s parents
In this city.
Frank and Arthur Burgess return
ed Friday from tho Willamette val
ley whoro they havo been making
bookings for the appearance of the
Andrews Opera company.
Tho Grizzly club will tour tho orch
ard districts south of Mcdford Sun
day as tho feature of their walking
program.
Judge J. R. Nell of Jacksonville
Is spending a few hours In the city
today visiting friends and attending
to busluess.
County Commissioner Con I.oever
of Central Point is spending tho day
In Medford on official business.
Tho funeral services of Do I.asklo
J. Mathes, auditor of the Medford
National bank, who died Friday
morning wilt bo held from tho fata
lly residence Sunday afternoon nt
2:30 o'clock, the Rev. W. F. Shields
tof tho Presbyterian church oflclat
Ing. Tho final touches on the Siskiyou
division of tho Pacific Highway have)
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been completed by Contractor J. -
a(vuv)i uiiu 1110 viii uijumiihvu,
.All Ih. vlnilltxla nil. Imvn linnn
completed, and tho work ready for!"c1oin1nen,kd ,c"i'ec,nJ,,y to,r, "0,,,a
.. t . ri m land diseases of the skin. If you aro
M.v ....u w m .w., m... .....
furnish nn excellent avenue ocr tho
.mountains for autoists and tourists.
Tho teams used In tho work havo
been transported to Klamath county
for ubo in a government reclamation
project.
MODOC ORCHARD
Duroc-Jersey, Pure Bred Spring Pigs
Both Sexes
Wo aro offering for sale a selection
of Spring Pigs of tho big kind. Sired
by GOLDEN NUGGET, No. 142.785,
out of dams from prize winning stock
and Individually tho pigs are what
could be expected from their lines of
breeding. Mako your selections early
and for visiting privileges and prices
apply to.
PALMER INVESTMENT CO.
Mall Tribune Untitling
.Mcdford I
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Stop in and
favorite music for you,
Victrola '$15 to $250.
IK convenience.
Hale's
Piano House
A MODERN EVE
INGJ
When "A Modem Kvi" Hie il
sonV most iniptiW muionl. is pie
souled nt the Viuimr thriller op
Tlinr-ilny, April 8, Ilii'iUorsjiVr will
m'o tlu most porloftlv t ruined chorus
of the .veiir. ' During 'J"0 perform
ttneoH of l,A Modern Nvi" in Phii'iiuo
the clever uiegnlion of uiil" were 11
tVnlure. All uf the vni numbers
Intve been Liken nilvnntuge of for the
lUplny of bemtlv ehotu nliil llteve
nre ninny mii hit to he lionrd in "A
Modern Ke." mnonir them hoiiur.
("flomlliyo 1-Jve.olimly." "Yoiuo Sueli
u Lonesome Moon Tonight, "mln.
Mv Mnrguritn,' "Hello. Sweetheart,"
"la the Gill You Married Still the (lltl
You Lovef' ntul "Kvory Dnv 1
fliiistnm When You're Mn fried,"
The principaji in tlio enst include
ninny well-known muieul comedy
player nml the ontitro Chiengo
seenie pnitlucMon N carried by I his
eoiiipiiny.
MlnUterlnl Asflntlon
Tho Rogue River Ynlley Minister
ial association will hold Its next
meeting nt the Christian church In
Medford, Monday, April Mb, nt 11
'o'clock.
The local mtnJMorlal association
lestres that nil citizens Interested
in present day problems attend this
session. Wo will be glad to (into
you meet tho brethren.
HARRY V.. Tl'CKHR,
WESTON F. SHIELDS. President
Secretary.
NOTICE TO Ol'lt (TSTOMKRH
Medford, .Oregon, April 3, 1915.
Electric current will bo shut off
from all lines In Medford for H
mlniiUM from 2.00 to 2:1C Sunday
afternoon, April 4 th' In order to mnko
necessary repairs to lines.
Cnllfornln-Oregon Power Compnuy.
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great mapurlty ol persons
nf-
ifllctcd with eczema have no other
nllmont. which is accepted ns proof
illiai L'crciun IS JMirui) a SKin
lal. Mnrltcil KcZnlHH lfolIlll!".'
.11.
u nuiv juii 111 ueu una rviiicuj tu win
I guarantee Prices 50c and $1.00.
Agents. Hasklna Drug Store tf
In
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HURSDAY
Thieves Enter House by Skylight
"and get $5000 In gems whllo tho family is nl dinner."
This shows the Importance of keoplng Jewelry and other
valuables in a Safe Deposit llox. Our Vault Is Firo and
liurgldr Proof. Safo Deposit Iloxes for rent, ijtil.oo AMI
UP PER YEAR.
OVER 22 YEARS UNDER OME MANAGEMENT
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You can have a concert of your own
with the world's greatest artists to sing for you
That's what you can do with a Victrola in
your home.
All that is best in music is ever at your instant
command.
You have only to select the kind of music you
wish to hear, and it is rendered for you by the great
est artists as truc-to-life on the Victrola as though
you were hearing the artists on the concert or op
eratic stage.
get acquainted: with the Victrola.
Victors $10 to $100.
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CONCERT
AT PUBLIC
LIBRARY
A Yielvolu conceit, lueluiliuu Kuh
ter music, will he (jiven nt the library
tomorrow afternoon between ft nml
It o'clwk, nml eery one is invited.
Selections from 1VnuM,M Ylctor
concert liiinil. t
"We'll do nml Seek' tt'ninpnnn),
Kiirrns nml llonier.
"1 lleur n Thrnsli ut Kve" (('ml
uuin), Mi't'oniinek,
"Ovcitiue MiiiiiilUro" (Tsehuiliow
sky), Prvor's Ijnilil. t
"Spring Son?" from "N'litomn,'
Oltick.
"A Miuhty Korlres," Luther
liymui), 1 tinny eiioir.
"Morning," "Dentli of Abe" (Pew
dvnt-drieg), Pryur's luitul.
"The Cuioifix" (1'mne), Kniiiei
nmt Do douorr.fi.
Selections front "t'lwnllciiu ltim
ticiuin," Yictor concert luitul.
"InflnnimuluN," from "Stnlmt Mn
ter," dluck nml Homer,
"Flow Oeutly, Sweet Aflon,'' Willi
cispooii, "Lichcslieit" (Siimmnitiiii), KI1111111.
"Farewell, 0 Knrtli" (Aidu), dntl
M nml t'uiiiso.
"Abide With Mc,"" dluelc nn.l l.ln.
mcr.
The library i nhlc to u'tvc this, by
cnuitesy of Mis Kli.tibelh Hii'liiixdM
una uie iimio rmuo neiisc:
CITY TREASl'REIVH NOTICE
Office of of City Treasurer. Med
ford, Oregon, Aprl 1st, 191G.
Notice Is tierebyglven that there
aru funds on hand In tho city treas
ury for tho redemption of tho fol
lowing bends:
Improvement Bends:
No. 01(14, dated May 1st, 1010.
No. Gil, dated May 1st, 1911.
Nos. 13Sfi to 1388, Inclusive, dated
Nov. 1st, 1011.
Nos. 1C7C and 1G7C, dated Nov.
1st. 1913.
Watormaln Bends:
No. 3 of Scries "E," dated May
1st, 191 1,
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nmt R. Rnrfna "fJ " ilntnt
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. .luv. jl, 1,111
, J bn,"ned l,onJ"
j will ccaso at tho pxt semi-annual
(IPS H. HAMI'KLH.
City Treasurer.
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We'll gladly play'youirj
Terms to suit your'
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INCREASE YOUft EARNlN.G.PWEll,,
a NIGHT SCHOOL at
Medford Commercial College
Our Night School In for thono who deiilro to nirtltti Hid niuht of (heir
Opportnnltlert for tliuim who denlro tho helter thlngM of lite. "W'HUHL
TIIHHK'H A WILL TIIEHU'S A WAY"
Tho Timet 7 to U p. in., Mouihiy, Weduemlny, Friday, tho IMiieo, .11 N.
tlrupo Rl,
YOU MAY STOP
io Says
SAN FRANCISCO
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10 DAYS
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LOS ANGELES
Mm route to tin- Nn.st. Why not. '
, ,sct, California ami Mh Two
"Worhl Kaposi! ions on ytiur way
Kast7
Call on ncarosi Aicut fv full inronimtitm, iilornliuv,
tickets, l'csci'vatioim, train sclicdnlcs, etc.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
Icihn St. Si'oll, (Icncrnl I'nsscngcl' Agt, I'liiiliiiiil, Or.
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tiiu vi-:vr.itii.iii'.si:u hii.o is tiii: nii:.i,iT.i.vniiM).(i
Itl'.N HIM And Hie ninht MitiNfiuforf for Iho follonlui; rooftoiiNi
1. Itx nlr-llKht coiratructlon
menna perfect ennllnKe.
2. .Sclentlflrnlly deRlKued nml
Riinnntced ntichnniKu syntein.
3, Perfectly Imlaneed, eniiy
tO'SWlnR, nlr-tlRht doora.
4, .Safety tread laddem.
wimtk nm ont hii.o iiooK. irs i-'iu:i:.
BIG PINES LUMBER CO.
MlIDl'Oltl), OltlXION
FARM INSURANCE
Means Protection your crops and stock from damage
your pastures from outside stock preventlnu need
less loss.
PAGE FENCE IS THE BEST
Insurance you can buy for your property
jyjXtKtSLK,
Its permanent Insurance against crop losses and rav
ages of stock. '
It works for your continuously, year after year.
It gives better protection than any other fence.
It gives you good honest value for every dollar spent.
Another carload shipment Just received,
GADDIS
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up a SILO so you can
save this year's crops
and feed it next winter
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fi. Specially rolled ntcid liixipn
thoroiiRhly tested,
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7. KlitvrH mnilii from nli-dtled
DouiOiih fir In thu InrKont mIIo
factory In thu North wtmt.
& DIXON
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