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M1QDFOM) MATT, TRIBUNE, MKDKORD. OKMOX. TCICSD Y, XOVFMBKl? 23, 1015
DctiUty Internal Hovcnuo Collector
John Sunimervlllo loft (or l'ortlniid
Monday nftor linvlnn inndo Inspec
tions In Southern Oregon and tho
Good dry wood $1.50 per tlor on
ground. It. P. Montgomery, C19 S.
Messrs, Howard "Warner, Clarenco
Ilurk, Loman Itobblns nnd Deri
Stnncllff returned from tho fair BiU
urday. Tlioy had an enjoyable time.
Alex Hoagland, of Indlapaolls, In
dlana, who has been visiting a few
days In tho upper valley districts,
where ho has Interests, Is In the val
ley metropolis today, making Inter
esting Investigations Into our stock
business during tho past thrco or
four years. Ho believes that, wlln
tho advent ot Irrigation, tho stock
buslncsB of tho valley will bo mora
than doubled brratlsc of (ho greatly
added production of feed. Ho dcclaro
that Rogue river valley and adjacent
ranges ought to turn out nioro than
n millions dollars" worth of rattle,
hogs and sheep overy winter.
J. O. (Jerking, tho host all around
photographer In southern Oregon,
Always rollablo. Negatives mado any
whero, limo or placo, Studio 228
Mnlri St. Phono 320-.T,
Tho fine line of personal cngravml
Christmas cards sold by tho Medford
Printing company nro proving very
popular. You should sco tho lluo
heforo you dcclda on jour Christ
mas remembrances. Theso llltlo en
graved rumcmbrnnrcA fill In muny n
niche, whero nioro expensive prcsentx
would provo a burden.
Ilert Cornwall, formerly of Jack
sonville, but now of St, Paul, Minn.,
will return this week to his St. Paul
homo, after n visit horn of thrco
weeks. Ilert declares that ho will re
turn to tho Itogiiit river valley when
his contract expires In St. Paul. Ho
has traveled about a great deal shico
leaving hero flvn years ago and has
found no placo that suits his fancy
for a permanent homo as well as
Try n King Spitz clgnr and on
courage homo Industry.
Tho regular mid-monthly llllile
Study muotlng of tho Amount class
of tho Haptlst church will bo held
Wednesday oVonlng, Nov. SMlh, nt
tho homo of Mrs, 10. J. Stewart, MM
Pennsylvania avenue. All old nnd
new members nro requested to bo
Don't forget to onjor some kind
of len cream, frozen plum pudding or
cluui berry sherbet at MuMrldo's for
your Thauksglvlnc dinner. Phono.
Davn (llbson of Hakersfleld, Calif.,
brother ot Mrs. M. M. Aureus, Is vis
iting hero for a (ow days.'
Home mndo taffy at Do Voti's.
Hegular mooting of Kennies Chap
ter Wednesday evening, Nov. 21th,
Masonic hall, 7:30. Initiation work.
Kxcluslvo ubo of tho alleys by tho
hour to prlvato parties, clubs and
organizations ut tho Ilox Hall nlluys.
Phono 134. tf
Tho Juvenile court desires to thank
tlmno who yesterday generously con
tributed clothing for tho throe hoys
of Mrs. Ithotuu ot Cold Hill. The
clothes will bo sent to tho needy
Chocolato creams, carnmrls, chips,
peanuts, etc., only 30o a lb. At Do
fiourgo Kohlbagen, of Itosoburg,
was an ovor-nlght visitor In Medtoid.
Candles, birthday cake ami hold
ers, all colors, two lengths for cande
labra. Medford Hook Store.
Itnlpb Stanley, or Hutto Palls, U
In tho city on busluoos.
Polled ham and nneon at DoVoo's
Mrs, l.onch, Abdo-Support and
Harrley surgical cornet, at 32G N.
Hon Itlngery, ot Lake creek dis
trict, is doing busluoss In Medford
Hutto Palls Wood Yard, Phone 48
or 223. Wood all kinds. 221)
D W. Murrlll. of Albany, Is a bus
Iiiohh visitor In the valley metroo
When better insurance ti sold
Hnlmos The Insurance Mmi will sell
Alton Cooku, of Do Molne- Ion a
will leave for Ills home tomorrow,
going by uuy or Sail Praiulsro Sir
Cooko bun devoted ten lns to fa
uilllarltinK hlmselt with the ml tan
tagos of Southern Oregon nnd Inn
neon enough in that luugtli of iiiu
to convince htm that ho would like
to liavo a houio here.
Phono 100 for Halt Taxi Co. Coun
try service only. Itmisonwble rates;
largo eomfoi table oara
ChnrloH J Wrenu, of Yuma, Ariz.,
came In ltotue rltor vulloy wiwe dnya
ago In the lioix of (IndiNg vsottnt
KoyornniPiit luml to hsmanload. (tut.
' ill tho nUt'utt of tlmt HtlvuuUu to
' houueekt)r. he will try to ntnt
'fujiii tM ear uad enuttlUh klBUOlf
In (hat v.mv iindl ! am Ml) kl
'So Voo buys bor bothna
Andrew Aatgeu. f ' hUU. U la
't'ho'vu'llej. in iwinl, o a hMo. l
will proliaUl.v Iocs'" ,n hi IMttlW
Miller T. Orovo, of Hlonmlngton
Illinois, tarried In tho valley two or
thrco days' on his way to Chohalls,
Washington, on a business errand.
Ho Is much pleased with Botithorn
Oregon and will stop on his return
for a more thorough Investigation.
Henry Mollis, who sustained n
broken wrist whllo nt work with
young horses on tho Itandall place
a week ago, will leuVo tonight for
week's visit In San Krnnclsco.
Will Totro, of this vicinity,' will
go to tho Panama exposition noxt
wcok nnd from San Prnnolsco ho will
go to Fresno to visit with friends for
For Thanksgiving pop corn See
"The Poppery" opposite tho May Co.
There Is nothing new about person
al greeting cards with your nnnic en
graved on them. Wo Iirvo them evory
year. Samples for your solccllon.
Medford Hook Store.
C. O. Jenks, vlco president nnd
genornl manager of tho P. & K. and
vlco president also of tho (Ireat .Nor
thern Pacific Steamship Co., will
puss through Medford In tho morning
enroute to San Francisco by way of
Portland, stopping long enough hero
to tako along n fine sample or two
of Itogue river valley fruits.
Ileaiitlful lino of engraved and II
lumlnalefl personnl Xnlns Cards, with
envelopes to mntch. Seo tho lino nt
tho Medford Printing Co i
Mrs. Kirk nnd son, of St. Paul,
Minnesota, who have been visiting
with the family of 1). W. I.uke, In tho
Orchard Home district, will leave to
day for their home, being on their
return from a visit to the Panama ex
Fresh roasted peanuts nt Do Voo'fl.
For watch worn mat satisfies,
Johnson tho Jowolor. 220
Alox Nlhley will leave on the 1:20
train this afternoon for San Fran
Cisco, where be will moot his father,
Should his report of the sugar hoot
situation hero be sufficiently fnvnr
ablo, It may bo thnt Mr. Nlbloy, Br.,
will return with Alex Nlbloy to .Mod
ford and Initiate tho work nocossury
to closo tho deal for tho beet sugar
factory. Otliorwlsn, that formality
will bo delayed until tho fnrmers In
this valley shall havo signed up' tho
ncrcngo required. This they havo
not yol done. fi00 ncros nro Bhy.
Huy your fat Thanksgiving turkey
direct from tho ranch. Phono 11-F22
for delivery tomorrow. 210
The Thanksgiving round-trip rate
on tho Southern Pacific from Med
ford to San Frnnclsro and the expo
sition will be offectlvo tomorrow
morning, tho first train on which tho
ralo may bo used being tho 2:tS In
the morning. The round trip tickets
cost $ 10. SO, tho choapost rato yet
given. On sale only on the 2 felt nnd
Special prices on ongrovod cardB
for a few days, olthoi' from old plato
or with new plato, Medford Printing
H. J. Iteerh came In this morning
from the Fish lako country and re
ports that snow hnH been falling '
heavily nt times In that region dur-1
lug tho pnst sovorul days.
A. C Allen lias returned from the I Page theater' wus lowdod to Its ut-
slate horticultural meolliiK at Cor- most capacity Sunday nftoritoon to
hear Ux-C'ongressinau Itlchmond P.
The public market will be oponod
Wediipsdny, Not. z'lth.
Itodorlek Maoleay of tho Marleay
Ifctnto Co., uf Woddobum, left Tuos
doy for San Krnnclsco. Upoh bis re
turn he will speak to the memborn
of the Itoguo Itlvor Fish Protection
Smoke a KJng Spitz cigar, Co.
They oro homo-mailo.
Three persons Hod for the largott
number of spsros In nny one gnmo at
tho Ilox 1111 alloy last Wook. In
bowling ort the tie. Al Hagen made
the highest scorn, 109. ami received
n "Hud Md." K. V. Coffin was soc
ond with 12. nnd A. McCain had
lift for third.
Special prices on oimravml enrdr.
new and from old platos, !or a few
days ot tho .Medford Printing Co.
Coorgo K. Snndors, vlco prosldont
of the OiPgon-Utnh Hoot Sugar Co.,
resident nt Grants Pass, Is In tho city
today on business connocled with the
final ncrcngo campaign.
$1 Casseroles for &1.7U, Wcdnev
day only. Crntor Lake lidw. Co.
M. J. Hradlcy, traveling engineer
of the Cnllfornln-Orogon Power Co.
Is in Medford today on business.
Kxcluslvo use of tho nlloys to prl
vato partlos, clubs and organizations
nt tho Ilox Hall alleys. Phono 131.
F. J. (Hidden nnd wlfo, of Tncoma,
aro registered at the Hotel .Medford,
Mr. aildden having como on n mis
sion of business nnd Investigation.
Do Voo delivers tho Orcgonlan to
you every doy for 7fic a month.
Judge It. K. Piatt, of Klgln, llll
nols, Is visiting with Mrs. Agnes I low
oil, mi elderly sister, who resides In
n suburban district near Medford
Judge Piatt, who Is SO yoars old and
yet qulto hnlo, soys If ho wore young
er ho would bo tempted to abandon
tho old homosload nt ISIglu, where
ho Iiiih lived 13 years, and mako his
homo In Medford. I In rognrds the
Itogue river valley as ono of the
choicest place for residence on the
00 c (luornsey Waro, Individual
combination tea pot 35c. Crater Lake
llardwnro Co., 323 K. .Main.
Carl Von dor llollon of Wellon was
n Medford visitor Tuosday.
Try ono of those ulg Ico cold 5 cent
inllkshnkon at Do Voo's.
Joe Kelly of (Irlffln creek Is doing
business lu Medford today.
Speclnl low prices on nil pipes nt
tho Medford Cigar Store, 211
Mrs. Win. McPIipo of Portland Is
n visitor lu this city today.
Insuro your nut" In tho Alllnnco
against theft, fire. C, Y. Tongwnld.
Hobson's HpcCch for national prohi
bition. ItpV. w. I'. Shields prcsldod
and H. 15. Kiliueades led the singing.
Dr. H. L. Stenrns, national secretary
of the Anti-Saloon league outlined
tho campaign ami appealed for fin
ancial aid, for which Mr. Hohson
made h vigorous attack tiKn tho do
nion rum concluding with a stirring
account of tho sinking of the Mnrrl
ninc during the Spnnlih-Ainerlenn
Sco tho Medford Printing Co. for
engraved calling and bimlnoMt enrds
for Xnim presents. Special prices
for ton days. "
It will pay yon to come to Crater
Loke Hdw. Co. WeWdnosdaJ".
It. L. Clay, of CimiU Pass, Is a bus
IneM visitor In the valley metropo
lis today. i 2 $
Huy Medford made candy nt tho
Captain A. ,). Vance hnH returned
from a business trip to Salem.
The Medford high school football
team is being put through tho fin
ishing touchos of tho soason's train
ing for ItH big gnmo with Ashland
on Thanksgiving day on the lattor's
grounds. Tile game played In Mod
ford resulted In n tie score. A largo
number of tlekots have been sold
In Medford and a good slze legeallon
will go to Ashland to root for the
Drs. A. It. nnd Lou Is" Hedges, chl
roprnctlc physicians, Stewnrt build
ing, 235 Fast Main St.
Mrs. Charles Lower, Mrs. C. B.
Shell and Harold Lower, of Prospect,
are visitor lu Medford today.
Weston Camera Shop for first class
Kodak finishing and Kodak supplies.
Fred llansson, nslstant supeiln
tendent of the Southern Pacific, is
registered at (he Hotel Holland from
Butternut bread at Do Voo's.
Jiidjjo C. It. (lay will go to Port
land tomorrow on official business.
Postage stamps nt e Voe's.
Louis O Centner, county patholo
gist, returned this morning from Cor
vnllls, whero ho went to attend tho
state horticultural convention nnd
fYult show. He roporls a large at
tendance nnd n very busy session.
The students of the collego prepared
the fruit show, a featuro of which
was tho presence of fruits from sev
eral eastern and mid-western states
for purposes of comparison. Tho
fruit display was attractive.
Magazine subscriptions nt tho Med
ford Cigar store. Lowest rates. 2il
Col. Goo. P. Minis will leave tomor
row for a visit to San Francisco nnd
the Panama exposition.
8ee Dave Wood about that fir In
inrnnco policy. Office Mall Tribuno
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Folger will
leave for Chicago this evening for on
LlBKott & Myers premium depot nt
tho Medford Cigar Store. 211
Something now. Personal, engrav
ed Xmns greeting cards. See the
line nt Medford Printing Co.
The funeral of Mary Hoaro Mosli
er, wHo of John Moshor, who died
In Medford, Nov. 21, will bo bold nt
Weeks nnd McGowan's chapel Wed
nesday, Novcmbor 2 1 nt 2 o'clock, tho
ilex. Itolllns officiating. Interment
In I. O. O. F. cemetery.
W. 0. Webb, formerly of Medford,
died nt his homo at Talent Saturday
evening, Nov. 20, aged (U. Ho was
burled Tnc-duy at tho 1. O. O. F.
cemetery, Medford, Itev. W. F.
Shields officiating. He was a shoe
maker by trade and has beon n resi
dent of the valloy for the pant ten
110 acres Hutto Creole bottom, all
under Irrigation nt n cost of ton cents
nn Inch. Will grow nil grains, al
falfa, clover, onions, celery, sugnr
boots; ono fourth mile to depot. This
is n proposition that will Interest you
If you want something; good nl almost
tho cost ot water. From tho owner
to you. Hox 111, Faglo Point.
Harry Itoamos, of Phoenix. o
camo to Medford yesterday, return
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SPECIAL AT THE DAISY
I iSPJtt I
LarrowoH pure New
wheat Flour, 0 lb. bags.
Arthur Colemon, of Porllnnd, nr
rived lu this city today on the 10 K
for n visit of a week among stock
men. While here he will also In- '
vestlRato tho orchard by-product feed ' i
iliiostlon. it Is his opinion thnt a '
good deal of fruit Is going to waste
In this valley and (hat It ought to ho
utilized for hog food.
GOc for round trip to Ashland on
Nov, 2 Mb to Ashland vs. Medford
foot ball game. Cars wait during
uuiuc. Phono 100 for sout reserva
tion. Hall Taxi Co. 211
Peter IS. Walnwrlght, of tho Pa-
wuif tvwiiui unstvi ii uB"t'nw'(lttfk1 I I " 1 1 r n
I. h ell) and valley vl.llor lu the In-j" "' ""' ""u ou,,,:t w,u
tereiit of tvto or thiee families who :,,,U"r mw.
want lo exchange tbclr IMIiuiini ' -!' ' '' , s-""i-
S?rJSinm l",,", '" ,,l Ilupw White Velvet lee Cream Co.
Hot Tnmules nt tbo Shasta. JllO 'si , sTMl
G5e PER H0LL
Ice Cream Turkeys.
Mnplc Nut Strawberry mill Vatilll.i
FOR THE LIBERAL SUPPORT GIVEN THIS STORE THIS
SEASON. OUR BUSINESS HAS SHOVN A NICE IN
CREASE AND THIS HAS BEEN MADE POSSIBLE ONLY
BY THE LOYALTY OF OUR PATRONS.
Our policy of small profits and cash prices will continue through
out the season. We have discounted all of our bills, and selling
for cash we have no bad accounts. These tv;o itc-ms go a long
ways toward reducing cost, and thus wo are able to put our goods
over the counter for a little less, And remember, too, that we aro
associated with a strong chain of Golden Rrlo stores, which gives
ua unusual buying power.
On "Womlnv r (his week we roi-eixi'tl by express from New York
koipo Heni'ilil'itl KuMiiiijr; Howim, just (lie thing for the Tljanks
giviiif ball. Those gowns are made of white and pink silk net.
trinnned with iiikim'S5aliiieniifl blue tnlTeta. ennarv and light
blue litfTotn trimmed with silk net nndirliil'fon, and soYoral other
combinations of crepe, taffeta and chiffon.
PUICKD AT $15.00, $10.50; $18-50 mid $20.00.
(S o these in our window.)
We have in stock 'V) of this season's Ladies' Suits
which we will place on sale at a sacrifice price. If
vou are conteniulatimr the purchase of a suit, this is
your opportunity. This is tho way we have cut tho
$i'J.".0 Suits reduced to $ S.50
$1 l.f.O Suits reduced lo S 9.00
$1(5.50 Suits reduced to ..
$H).:0 Suits reduced to..
$22.00 Suits reduced to.
$2.).00 Suits reduced to..
Our stock of Ladies' Coats has just boon replenished
willi a new .shipment from Xow York, thus keeping
up a good assortment. Thev are priced now at
$7.50. $0.50. $10.00 and' up to $18.50.
LADIES' SILK WAISTS
Tub Silk in stripe $iS.50
AVhito Crepe, long sleeves $2.50
The new (Jeorgette Crepe, long sleeve and the two-in-one
Vo would not overlook the men. Whether it is a suit,
overcoat, bat, shoes, shirt-, collar or tie. we have it
and at (loldeu mile prices.
Suits at .,
Overcoats at .
Jlarrv Dress Shoes
M. &'V. Dress Shirts
.$S.S0 to $19.80
.... $1.39 to $3.00
$3.00 to $1.50
10 to 506
Hoys' Suits with two pairs of pants,.$3.00, $4.50
and ,. .. - $5.50
YOU SHOULD BE THANKFUL
Thai "'i lui .i m.uket whin- oii i n tin best
of cvorv thins; lo lie had wiu-u ou w.iul it, nnd Ir
sure of satisfaction.
WE ARK THANKFUL
To be able to supph your every want and guarantee
to please vou.
Let us remind you to lenf your order now fi
that Tttrkev, Chiekeit, Duck. (Tmiwor MeaU for the
TlMnl'Hfiviitg dinner. We bac lots of tinier U'otfiie
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