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PAG U TWO
MKUHtiltU MAM, TKimiMv M KDHOIfi). QIMiOX. KA'ITRDAY. SKPTKMBKI? 11, 1915
Jitney to the Jitney Dance at Gold
mil, Saturday cvonlng. Dnrbldga
ay to bus laves Nash hotel at 7 30;
rounil trip 60 cnls. Five cent dances
ate leu of fun.
Railed Ituni and bacon at De Voo's.
At 1:20 Tuesday morning we wero
awoke from our poacofiil slumhors by
Ina musics! notsa of the flro boll to
' find the home of John ilolcorab
ablate. Water was on tlio flro In a
few minute and in 46 inlniitoa we
were at homo am! iu bod, but not till
a, $1008 wertlt of proporty bad been
destroyed. One corner of the house
la a wroek and tlio furniture la a
sorry sight. There 1 so mo insurance.
Tlie origin .of tlio fire Is a mystury
4 tlio fninlly were all In the hop
yard at Grants Pass and knoew noth
ing of the firo until telephoned.
It0RHO Itlver Aryua.
See Dave Worn about that flro insurance-
policy. Office Mail Trlbuno
Hoy 1 'otter o' Iteddlnx. Cal., Is
pendlnR a few days In the city and
-tatter attending to btislnos matters.
, ilia Arabella Anklo Hank has
ojHQthiait of Jmportnnco to tull you
ftl lh Mteond Jitney dnnco. Cold Hill,
aiwnlay, aVnlPtwuor 11. Tho foIkH
nro well and will all bo thoro. Gus.
Tlio indictment of tho Jonophlno
county grand ry against John Austin
Uooper was officially roturnod Krl
ftnp, nail record oil. Hooper la id 111
at Inrgo, with no trace of his whore
Kor flour or feed phono Medford
Hollar Mills. Phono 607.
leod leinonndo turvod frco to thirs
ty denture, Is a popular boon nt tho
Gold Hill Pavilion dnncon. Satur
day night, September 11, Is tho next
Tlio M linos It'indelott nnd Stownrt
at Moat, nro m'iowIiik tho Intoat
styles In millinery. its
Jtlnor, Dance Gold lllll Snttir
day. W'oslbn Cimiora Shop tor first clnsit
Kodak finishing and Kodak supplies.
Misses Itthol Curry and Putney nro
spending a week's vacation at Shnte
UroKont City Jlarhor news Ih scon
first In the Dal Norlo Trlpllcnto, 2
por year; 1 six months. Subscribe
now and get In touch with hnrbor
deWotopment. Trlpllonto, Crescent
Q4UT. Cal MR
Tnutiaji thero hare been Inrgo
orowilH In the city onsli dny of the
fair, the work of the pollco has boon
lighter than usual. Thoro has been
ijo disorderly conduct, and no arroets
for toe same. A couple of noisy
wanderers who started n concert on
Vront avenue were looffod up until
(bey were quiet and then marched
out of town. Two special pollcomon
bare been on the ob during the fair.
' Drs. A. It. and Louise IC. Hodges
ehlraunietors, havo moved to the
ttowart building, 135 Hast Main st.
The Southern Purine watchman nt
the Main nvantie crnaslng has been
given strict orders to allow no unto.
lata to pass la front of moving trains
no matter what their speed, and tlio
' ktsjt wtk Uw flagman has been busy
efatolNr this rale. Fie stands In
JroaU Irt.th approaculna machines.
! waves 'a rod and green flag, and
wtygt autolata sev unkind things to
btm, he stops them. All summer there
ha been a general disregard of tho
flagman. All pusenger trains, have
been cautioned to approarli the ernes-
Ing nt alow speed, d
Phoae H. Bandera for paper hang
ing, tint, painting. 173
Medford students at the Oregon
Agricultural college and the stale
university leave toda and tomorrow
for tbo opening day Monday.
llemarttehlag done, lot per yard.
Mrs. Han ye. at Woe's store. 171
Roger 1. Beunott who has been
spending the laat month In the Kwuu
4k country attudtug to business
matters, is back.
not It at De Voe's.
Howard Ingalla of Corvallia Is
pending the week In Medford attend-
lag to bualaeaa matters.
When you used auy blotters aall
at taa ft. II. MeCurdy Agency, or tolic
feUoae One-lwo-taroe, and wo will
ad yon mm. tf
H. II. Allen of Orants Pass, well
known in this city hits been elected
president of too aouaouiere oluaa at
lASanoerry sherboC The Shaata.
TbVCrstar Ugko Oarago company
will cloee their elago line raa to the
lake Qetobar lt. On tM dato the
hUl chosen for tho year.
Do Voo delivers the OreaoaJan to
)ou I'v.-rv daj for 75 easts por month.
The application of the peoplo of
Copper, Cal., for the removal of Joe
IllJnr from tho Crater Lake forest re-
Forvc has been R-antcd, upon the pe
tition that It was needed for town
site purposes. The proporty is own
ed by Dave llarrell, a pioneer pros
pector of that section, nnd his sister,
Mrs. Martha Jones. Joe Par Is locat
ed four mllos from Hlue Ledge mine
nnd ir mat vainnoie proporty over
does open, the land will bo available
without federal rftrUtloits .for the
btilldlng of a dty. '
Sonic young or itddlo aged man
can secure n splendid ftirnaNed room
with prlrato family for the winter
by addressing Itox 15, onre Mall Trl-
bnnp. ' us
W. V. Watson of Ashland Is in
tho e)lty today nUendlng to business
matters mid visiting the fair.
f take prido In making your watch
keep porfoct time. I hnvo ovory fa
cility for doing flno watch repairing.
Johnson tho Jowelor.
M. N. (Doc) Horton of Los An
geles, a former rosldont of this city
is visiting friends In this city, and
will leave tonight for Portland.
Until October 1st Dr. Myrtle S.
Lockwood will limit her office hours
to Monday, Wednesday and Friday
from 2 to 1:30 p. m. Othor hours
by appointment only.
Thomm Golden of tho Stenmbont
district Is spending a few days in tho
city attending to business matters.
When bettor Insurance f is sold
Holmes Tho hiaurnnco Man. will soil
.Too Hcemnn of Gold Hill Is spend
ing tho day In Medford attending
to huslnofM matters nnd visiting tho
Do Voo Is giving nwny hand paint
ed pin cushions with Tuxedo today.
Jack !'. Merrill this week killed
a flvo prong buck near his ranch, and
Is having tho head and horns, which
nro mngnlflcent rpecimons mounted.
Johnson, at tho nook Store, sn
export watch repairer.
Krauk 11) boo of Jacksonville Is
spending the day in Medford attend
ing to business matters.
O. N. Nelson has returned from a
short visit to Grants Pass nnd othor
Josephine county points.
Ashland llthla, Colcstln or Siski
you. 10c per bottlo at Do Voe's.
Complaints wro made out this
morning by Prosecutor Kelly ugnliiHt
threo Ashland youths for stealing
brass vnlves and other Wass work
ings from the Ashland Manufacturing
company. Tho enso will como under
the Juvenllo court nctlon.
Head tho Portland Oregonlnn.
The police wnrn nutnmobllists that
the season Is at hand for thefts of
robes nnd overcoats from machines
by wanderers In need of something
to protect from tho cold. Owners
are urged not to leave such articles
In their machines, as a safeguardi
Merchants' Lunch, 25c. Tho 8hssta.
Frank Johnson has returned to his
home In the Steamboat district after
srendliiK a couple of days In this city.
Itomombor you can aot most any
old thing at De Voe's, most nny old
Congressman W. C. Ilnwley left
Friday evening fnr Grunts Paw after
spending two davs In this city re
lHilrlug political fences, and discuss
ing matters coming before tho nt
sveelon of congress of Interest to peo
ple of this section.
Persons having sleeping rooms for
rent during the Klks Dedication Cel
ebration September Sad and Stth,
should solid lu written list of suoh
rooms, with street address and nil
particulars, stating price, to Klks
V. H. Kelly of Yreka. Cal.. Is spend
ing a few days in the city nnd valley
attending in tiuaine matters.
When visiting Ashland Park re
member you ran got ice oreu.ni, lunvli
goods, vlgnrs, etc., at the stand on
the camp grounds. 1 Is
CoMHty Recorder CweuHfey Floret i
spent ; few hours Friday afternoon
In this fit) attending to official busi
ness. J. O. Gorktng, the best all around
photographer In southern Oregon.
Always reliable. Negatives mndo any.
where, time or place. Studio 28S
Main St. Phono 320-J.
Arthur Furr) of Phoenix dUtrl.t
sHnt Saturday in this olty on bust-
Kmersoii Merrick of this city Is in
the city for n Yew days from survey
work on tho California-Oregon boun
dary, the work lolng under the di
rection of Civil Engineer Iludolf. Tho
parly is now working near Wntklns,
and expect to finish their work about
the middle of November.
Joe Kelly of the Griffin creek dis
trict spont Friday In Medford attend
ing tho county fair.
No word Ka btfin received In the
last tow das from F. S. Ilramwoll.
reprosontatlve of tho Wostorn Sugar
company, contemplating the eroctton
of a $900,000 sugar beet factory iu
this city. The last step In the cam
paign was th sending of samples of
the heqts to Salt Lake for tests.
Arthur W. Clarke of Kiigone, an
oHIcraj' of the Clarko-Henory Con
struction company, weli known in
this city, was arrested at Bugene
Thursday for violation of the eight
hour Iuw on city work. A test case
will bo made.
Dears are roportod numerous In
uie ii ii i nistricts. Hie animals are
fnt as hogs from tho summer food-
Ing, nnd nro gottlng ready to hlbor
nolo for tho wlntor. The deor hunt
ing has boon nothing oxtra for the
last ton days, owing to the woathor
conditions, the enlmnls stnylng In
tho thick brush. A rain would bring
William Von dor Hollon of Kaglo
Point spent Saturday In the city at
tending to business mnttors.
The Grontor Gold Hill club will
glvo Its third Jltuoy dnnco nt tlio new
oKjn nlr pavilion this ovonlng. A
large crowd will nttoud from this
Jevt, "Friendships That Are Worth
Forming." Lender, Mntirtne Hlatt.
"Women's Mfsslonnry soslety Tues
da) at 2:30 p. m. at the Manse.
Prayer meeting Thursday nt 7:30
P- in. ',
All are welcome to the services of
this church which seeks to minister
to evary need of a larger life, to be in
full accord with the Scriptures, und
tho ttfo of Christ.
WUTON F. StJHSLDS, Pastor.
STAR THEATER MONDAY
I'reo MetlKslM Qmuli
(Cor. 10th and Ivy)
Sundnj school 10 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m.
Pronehlng 7: SO p. m.
Mid week prayer mooting Thurs
day at 7i0 p. m.
Htv. J. I Wilson of tho Nebraska
confoienca will preach at the ovonlng
Como and worship with us.
J. !. URADLKY, Pastor.
Oaktlalc Ave. M. K. Cliuti Ii
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Prenohlng nt It a. in., Dr. W. K.
Vaughan.of San Francisco will preach
In the morning.
Kp worth League C:30, .Mrs. F. S.
Hrundon, lendor. ,
rrayqr meeting inurguay t:so p.
Tho public m cordlnlly Invltod to
all these sorvlco.
AN ounce of proof is worth
a pound of argument. A
pipe of VELVET proves more
than a page of print.
sjiiOie)aO HUMHH.IHiS.fH tiH...S, 0
At the Churches j
s a. in. Holy Communion.
It a. in. Morning Prnyor.
Sunday school and ovonlng sorvlcos
will be resumed on Sunday noxt, Sept.
lDtli. W.M. H. HAMILTON, Vicar.
"A llvo church with a cordial wel
.Morning sorvlce 1 1 o'clock. Sub
ject, "llungrylng and Thirsting After
livening service S o'clock. Sub
Joct, "Domas, tho Story of n Spiritual
Hov. Frodorlck W. Cnrstens, pas
tor, will proach at both services.
At tho morning sorvlce Miss Hnrcl
rigg and Mrs. J. M. Gressle) will
slug "Itock of Anns'' (Ulhble)
At the evening sorvlce Miss Fldchin
Moran will sing "Lead Kludl) Llht
Sunday school 9: 15 n. m.
II. Y. P. It. 7:00 p. m.
Topic, "Friendships, Making Them
and Keeping Them."
A leederless meeting arranged .
Misstts Myrtlo Purkeyplle and Merle
Davis, 'l'hts meeting will bo some
thing different and an interesting
time Is antielpnted.
Wirt Chi Mian Uiurcli
Vacation days nro over. Now lot
us concern ourselves aboutthu hlghor
thing;) of life.
Morning sorvlce at 10:15. Subject,
"Christ Imploring Men."
Evening subjoct, "Tho Now Life."
Christian Kudoavor Soolety at 7 p.
m. lu louture room. The young peo
plo nro doing earnest work nnd want
undni-jschool 8: 13. We will wel
come all tho old scholars nnd tho now
onoM Sunday. We have a Inrgo pro
gram for this year and will work it
with your aid.
Mld-wrok prayer meeting Thurs
day at 7: no p. id
Urlng jour neighbors to all of tho
services. Strnn ,crs nro especially in
vited II RltY E. Tl'OKKIt.
FriUl Scheff, In the title role, Is
supported ! an all-star cast. Owen
Moore, who enacts the role of third
husband to 'Pretty Mrs. Smith," is
n popular artist und a favorito In the I
screen world. Louis Dennlson, lato
star of tlio "Damaged Goods" com
pany, and Forest Stanley, loading
man of tho Uurbnnk theater, make
their Initial appearance In photoplay
work In this piny, l.ollu IUIss, who
pmys tho part of Lotltln, wds In tho
original company which produced
"Pretty Mrs. Smith" on tho dramatic
stage, am In whlolt comimny was also
Mis Scheff as the orentor of tho role.
Fritzl Scheff will nppenr In tho
films nt Hie Star Monday nigliL
At Contra! Point Sopt. 5, Mrs. C.
J. Shaddock. Funeral and Interment
nt Itoguo Itlvor, Tuosdny, Sept. 7.
At his homo lu Kvnns Valley, Sun
day, spt u, Joshua Neathamer, after
n lingering Illness. Hurled nt Hoguo
Hirer cemetery, Tucsduv, Sept. 7.
(Cor. Main and Holly Sis.)
Preuehlng at 1 1 a. in. Subject,
"Christ nnd Our Schools."
Preaching at S p. m. Subject, "New
Kladarrarten at 1 1 a m The
children or parents attending church
may be left In the kindergarten.
Sunday school at 10 a. hi. All the
men for the meii'a class. B. W.
Jaqua, teacher. W. II. Gore. supt. of
Miss Cora Kent WVIcli. supt, of
Primary depart meat.
Y P S i K at 7 1 i ,i , stub-
Spcttni.is I i ako plvt prompt re
lief to children w) o have weal. ees
or poor -ight,
NO DROPS I'SKD.
Deep Well Drilling
OH. k.ik, and water wells, 12, 13, ;
1 1-Inch to Ueo feet. For prices see
J. STH KNS,
2 38 North Central
,AVc want yoiu truth'. Save
tin I'tnnit's. Why iay iiioro.'
P.nttt'i', ci'ciiuit'ry. 11) !:;
(ii'tij c XulH, single pk l.'Ic
IVst Cuu'tl llimis 18r
L..W jik. Ii'ollod Onts....:-5of
IS1I1K l(iIU'(l unis, II) M'
No. in Ucst Lard $1.2,"
Ht'st Chcfst. lb 2Uu
Tuilft Papcp, roll -Ic
!?( lot Cainiod Corn 10i;
Olyinpif Paiicalcc Flour..2J)c
i Walter lJalcLr'b Chocolato
I at , 2:ic
jAVosson's and ('oliuubia
! Salad Oil M
jOii'iuitimi ililk 9c
Wc pay 30c doz. for eggs in
hYi'sli lii i' il" 'i'f;ctabU's
MR. FRED ALTON HAIGHT
TKACHLIt OF PIANO AND HAHMONY
Anuouncos Fall Term Beginning Monday, Soptember 1.1.
ijpeclnllst in Touch nnd Teclmlc
A teacher with an established reputation.
IIAIOHT MUSIC STUDIOS
Itoom 101 Gnrnott-Corey Utilldlug.
NOTICE TO PARENTS
The conditions ncecMMiry iu liit.viiur ,,' ' ' 'iKp uiiike it iiiiieru
tive tlint we )ell lor cash only. School hooks will not lie cliurgcil
to anyone. Tliu Hppliex to nil mir regular en n tonic in but ins ojhii
neeouiita with im-for oilier jtomln. 1'lunse d" not Mend uoles tvitli
tlio eliildren nuking tor eredil, an we eniiiiot deviate Horn Hie rule,
'i'liofc winldiiK to iHiij-UHM' liiHiks thif. week, tliervby hvoiilin;;
the nwh nt wek, enn do so, n wc linve tlie lists or the lt-ipiin-mciits
Tor earli grade.
7edhtd JJUUil Jffl
Hud vnd rt.iii. es-prldo of Mod
fore, 41 t oiii nme contender for the
tiffin .n ehsmplonsoip nf the
worH i!l oogs in a eouwlo of tea
tQjUJlU ooots'st 'uii Weils nnd Pon
tfpjl durlo- Mm ' Rouotf Up" oud
wuiUei m ' -!. i.miions. Ander
soii lias nvi u, i in if)ulrlty la
Toko your wftt'h to Toknsen, tje,
Jowieler, you will ..eive gnusually
Superintendent or Schools I Hills
held a meeting Friday aftervooH with
the tearliors of the city sfbeols and
outUued tho plans for the year. Prof
HIIIU gave a short talk on his plans
and urged the oo-eporutluu of lu
aides. Tho school board has left all
administrative and educational pow
ers ttiih the superintendent and the
teahorv to tors out In the past
it has been tho vogue to go to tho
M'bool board with eieaUous coining
under these mo heads.
Oue of the grentest pugilistic bat
tles of )ears will mi staged tonight
at Vow York wkea Pack) itcFarUud
and Mike Ulbboiu meet la a ten round
bout The two men aro rated as the
Ih'si hoxera In the laad. and V re
ceive the highest price ever paid for
aton rouod match. Much latere!
is uiHAlfotfted la HUa cit la tho out
11 r. Kl Andrew ha fkargf " lUf
muK tor the KedaraAod Vt'umn'
flak to h heUl in our rUy (be I it
of Ike moosg, aiul o Mimas' Hy lute
prof ram v4t.,Ci.t--vl
If I FAIL to CURE as, CANCER orTUMQR t tin
beloie It POiSONS tnp fhilj tt alttdis ti BONE
lu div i'r,(,i rnorny
mil l! An oj
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THE MEDFORD CONSERVATORY
IH- Ml'Slf. OHATOItV, i:.iiti:ssiox, imiilh
. al I'llVfltAL THAIXINt;
MI'S'C IS MOH VL LAW. It ttives soul to the universe, ttiugs
to (li, mind, flight to the Imagination, a charm to sadness, galet)
siil UiV to ever) thins It Is tho essence or order, and lends to all
ili.tt i- good, Just and beautiful, or which it Is the luvislble, but nev
ciilnlcfcs dasslhig. passionate and eternal form Plato.
'1 "iere are so man painful sounds In this mechanical and nior
i.nitiU' age. which vte are fori'ed to hear, why not make a science
i( iiiltivatlnK musical voices T- Klla Wheeler WHrox.
In ordor to t'ln-oiirat' 1 lie ju'iijile lmyinj hoiiu iititl
ncts, wp carry cvurylliinr in our lino niatk at lioiut
and have arranuprt a window display that wt would
lie pleased to have every tine notice. We espeeiallv
re;ture the new Medford U'oller Mill Flour of the fol
We ask a trial of these flours.
We bcliew in the .linaii, "AVith MtdAud Trade Is
.Medford -Made." Do u.u.'
MARSH & BENNETT
Second door east First National l!anlv.
Any LUMPfa WOMAN'S BREAST
. ' 1. 1 pitrin
i kins nuifKiv
Oi . kni,M i . 1 1 . I r. ut
Wt M'M all t m l , l(n.t .1 i
l'ir I li ! al I I I ,41 . ;.,! Dnll
Or. & Mrs. Dr. CHAHtEY S CO. "ILfnitl
' SMttty Vt OtKftt et.ittt SttriHt KttK"
4311) t 43G Vilu St , Ss f nnetsta. C.
INOLY MAIL iHlb ) CANCEM
Atva pleases the .vounn and the
old. Just the de.-ert for these not
das Its pure, tvuolcsoiuo and ro
freshing. Prompt delivery on nil Ice cream
and butter orders.
FRESH MILK AND CREAM
The White Velvet
Ice Cream Co.
I'honelSl 3SS. CSu
New Classes Begin Monday Sept. 13
OKKU r NOW Ol'KN
roll KNUOM.MKNT OP STIDKNTS
AN!) KVKN1.NQ SliSSlONS.
All. COMMKKCI.VL, .SHOItTHAN'l), C1V11. SKUVICB, AND
SI'II.IM rs THOROl'tllll.Y TAVOHTAT "THIS SCHOOL OK
Medford Commercial College
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Colli ;; HulldiiiK.at Noitli (iriiio Stivot
?'-: NEUTRAL I
J V VSv,Jb Whether your storage battery is a
x'wtL Willard or some other make if you
J Vpy want expert service, come in, "
M Frteiniptctionofanybatteryatanytime "
THE ELECTRIC SHOP
An average eot of twti cents a mile pro
vides for operating and niainluimng a
l-'ord ear. And "Kord After SiutU'o for
Ford Ownciv" assures the eontlunous
use of your cor. In overy eontliigoney
there's a hm dealer near by, witb a
complete stock of parts.
Touiinj,' l'ir $ll, Kiiuabotit $3tM), Town Car ftllli.
t onK-let 7;0, Sedun 7i; t. o. h. lklroit with ull
i'.iiiiaii'ut. On display and unit at
C. E. GATES