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MEDWHtD MATfi TIUBUM0. MNDKOim OKTCflON, VI? I DA V, DKCFMBIW 3, 1015
S. F. llnghcH nnd wlfo aro Interest
ed visitors lu this valley this week.
Thoy enmo from Seattle nnd nro look
inp about tlio country In n leisurely
way. They find much to Interest
them In Jloguo river valley.
All tho latest sheet music nt He per
copy. Music not carried In slock
will ho ordered for you at Halo's
W. if. nninors, of Yrokn, Califor
nia, arrived last droning on a busl
When better insurance Is eold
Holmes Tho Insurance Man will soil
George Uonols, of FranclH. Wash
ington, Is a valley visitor this week,
"When you want good fresh eggs
'phono Jones, 2315. 218
W. Ussher, tho valley telephone
man, with headquarters at Ashland,
returned yesterday ovonlng, nflor n
day's huslncss In this city,
Chocolnto creams, cnramols, chips,
peanuts, etc., only 30c a lb. at Do
A red-top turnip weighing eight
and one-half pounds, raised hy J. YV.
Shirley, resident on the east side In
thin tity, Is on exhibition nt tho Com
mercial club. It Ik a beauty and It
should ho remembered that tho red
top turnip Is not tho largcHt kind of
that vegetnblo by any means.
J, II. Dorety, of Hoston, Is n busi
ness visitor In this city and valley
All tho latest sheet music at rc per
copy. Music not onrrlod In stock
will 'bo ordered for you nt Halo's
P. J. Hayfleld nnd wlfo and C.
K. Hnyfleld and wlfo, all of Spokane,
Washington, stopped over night fn
this city on their return homo nnd
occupied their time this, morning
looking nhout tho city nnd vicinity,
Huy Medford nmrto candy nt tho
II. II. Iloml and . I,. Hckhurt, of
Portland, camo In yesterday on bus
iness Hint will ilolaln them two or
When you widit good fresh eggs
'lihono .Jouch, 2il5. 2 IS
.1. .MrSwoonoy nnd I. W, Cnhlll, of
Now York, arrived esterdtty nnd nro
registered nt the Hotel Holland while
looking about tho valley on n tour of
inrnl Inspection. They nro much
plensod with tho Itoguo river valley.
Carpentering and shop work, nil
kinds. C. E. Collins, 31 N. llnrtlott.
Charles Donne, of Ilosohurg, Is do
ing luminous In thlo city today. Ho
will go to Ashland tonight and re
turn tn this vicinity, where ho will
remain for n weok or moro. Mr.
Donno has releatlvos hero and In tho
upper nnd of tho valley who doslro
to Induce him to remain permanent
ly. Tho ItoHoburg man declares that
thoy haven't n difficult task boforo
thorn for ho Is almost persuaded.
All the latest sheet music nt fie par
copy. MuhIc not carried In stock will
bo onlsrcd for you nt Halo's l'lano
Avory Smith, of HI I'aso, Texas,
Is taking notes im ho travels about
this valley lu n caieful study of the
situation horn ait to soil and climate
nnd tho variety of natural produc
tions of Southern Oregon, under fav
orably condition, lie ban devoted
mufilrof his llfo to diversified farm
tug, lnrguly in Texas, but ho Insist
that Irrigation In nbiolutoly neces
par) for that class of farming. Mr.
Smith 'Is much Interested, howover,
hi tbo apparent powillillltlo of devel
ICodiiUs for Xinng. Diva an hiiIo
graphic back for tho old Kodak. Mud
fbrd Hook Store.
Do Voo buys boor bottles.
Thomas .MeCouuoll, of St. Paul,
MlnuiMHita, Is a wheat and corn farm
er of uonaldernblo note. Mr. MoCou
noil Is bote today and will remain
Mnenil daH lu soarch of Inducement
to obtnfn uu Interest hero that may
Justify his eitahlUhliiR u permauont
nttldourn In or near Medford on ne
uouut of tho dlmme.
Hninko King SplU and I'Hiitoln, two
host Ic olgnr on inuikot. t(
J. it I'olerKon. of Socr.imoiito, Cal
Ifoinla, Is a valle) visitor tliU weok
" Don't forget tbo fish over) day nt
J. l'onfldlil. of I'njette. Idaho, U
doing IiuhIuosh In this rit aud Cen
tral Point this week.
Unite, Kulls Wood Yard, Phono 8
or 'JSS. Wood nil kinds. MO
Ttio choir ttiusilMl b tho Hanoi
rUtlS oreholtrH of fourtton pit mi will
HJvo a twiilcsle program at the 1'lrst
IlAiillsl ckHreh Sutidav wvenlmt. l)o
camber 5, ut 7.;so A musleal treat
Is assured those who attend.
lint Tnmalns at the RhsitR.
To suihII fluu Mrs occurred last
iMfkt, oo ueond lb Trull Lumber
I'unUn) aud uuother a fw lutuuttw;
later on Hum mil avenue durtua the
uuuunll IiIkIi wind, but tho er
qnlcMv nveriome U (be prompt re-spniisi-
of i in ft dtpaitwittjit. No
dumagt- n ii'itirijM.
Phone leu tr Hall Tiul Oo. Coua
try service only. JiMiiunable rate:
Inrge comfortable cam.
-I Mack Adams left this morning fur
n fow days' visit In Sacramento, Cal
ifornia, One half price sale of Tailored
Suits. Ahrens. 218
Alex Alexander, formerly with tho
Intcrurbnn lino hero, but recently of
Iiutto Palls, Montana, returned this
morning to shake hands with former
frlondn and neighbors and probnbly
Good dry wood J1.G0 per tlor on
ground. II. P. Montgomery, C19 8.
O, H. Kneen nnd .1. A. Southern,
of Olympln, Washington, nro In .Med
ford todny on business.
Did you say cheese. Wo havo It.
Every kind, Pish Mnrkot.
John M. Scott, general passenger
ngont of tho Southern Pacific, ac
companied by Mrs. Scott, In In Med
ford today on business.
Home tnndo tuffv nt Do Voo's
The Grizzlies will entertain their
ft lends and Invited guests nt n sheet
and pillow pnrty nt tho Natatorlum
on the evening of December 10.
All trimmed hats and untrlmmcd
hats one half price. Ahrens. 218
Sco that wonderful lino of char
acter dolls, Dutch hoys, Dutch girls,
Cowboy nnd Cowgirl nnd Indian dolls
nt Ahrens. 218
II. II. N'yo left this morning for
Arlzonn. Ah to whether or not ho
will venture within gunshot of the
Mexlran border ho left no deflnlto
word. Several guesseH havo boon
Dolled hnm and nncon nt DoVoo's
C. W. Stringer, city ticket agent of
the Southern Pacific Co., at Portland,
pnssod through Medford on train fif
teen yesterduy on route to San Prnn
cIsco to witness the close of tho ex
position. Try ons of thoso Mg Ico cold 5 cent
milkshakes at Do Voo's.
Travel south-bound continues
Double S. & II. green trading
stniiips given on pictures aud picture
framing Friday and Saturday at Vn(
orn. The Grizzlies held their regular
monthly meeting nt tho library hall
last night, transacting (iillo u vol
ume of huslncss.
Weston Cnmern Shop ror first clnss
Kodak finishing and Kodak nuppllos.
Have you ordered soma engraved
cards from tho Medford Printing Co.
while tho prlco Is reduced? Klthqr
cards from old platen or with new
platen. Get what yon need now.
J. O. Gorklng, tno bost nil nround
phntogrnphor in southern Oregon.
Alwnys reliable. Negatives mado nny
whoro, tlmo or plnco. Studio 228
Main St. Phono 320-.T.
Southern Pacific trains duo from
tho south this morning weie detain
ed nt lted llluff by a homewbat se
rious slide near tho portal of tunnel
nine, HI miles from Diinsmulr. South
bound trains woro dctnlnod nt Duns
niiilr. The S:2U n. m. north-bound
train will not roach Medford until to
Prosh pack wiuorkruut 10c quart.
Ilnrley McC'orinack, who has been
visiting with relatives in Central
Point for u few days and nt Slsson
this week, rdturned todny to Med
ford, whore he will probably romnln
through tho winter.
Drs. A. R. nnd Louise Hedges, chi
ropractic physicians, Stownrt build
ing, 23G Fast Main 8t.
Sco tho Medford Printing Co. for
engraved calling mid business enrds
Tor Xmas presents. Special prlcen
for ten days.
Alliert Ualley left today for De
troit, Mlchlcgan, wheer he will dis
pose of his business Interests nnd re
turn to the const. Ho has visited
many places In the northwest during
tho past six weeks, but admitted
while hero that, If wo nro to get Ir
rigation and a sugar factory, ho ban
scon no section of tho country that
offers brighter promlso of linniedlnto
revival of business ami future devel
opment than the Itoguo river valley
Correspondence cards with Xmns
designs. Medford Hook Store.
Tho wisest men In tbo world ent
fish. Do you Pish Market,
T. .1. Ilcrmosa, of 121 Centro, Cnl.,
who Is vlsltng in the Roguo river
valley for u week or so, sns ho In
unable to llvo in u below-sea altitude.
He may conclude to Interest himself
In business here, If ho can soli out
lu the Imporlnl valley,
Ilenutlful lino of engraved nnd Il
luminated pernonnl Xmnn Cards, with
envelopes to match. Sco tbo Una nt
tho Medford Printing Co
A "Pacific Cedar Chest" for Xmnn.
An Ideal gift.
Johnson McClellnn, of Pittsburgh,
Pa., stopped a dny or two In this val
ley on his return homo from tho ex
position at San Francisco. Mr. Mc
Clellnn Is ii magalne writer of note
nnd promises to return to tho Itoguo
rlvor country next nummer.
Seo Dave Wood nvoul that fire In
inrnnco policy. Office Mail Trlbuno
All hats one half off at Initio M.
The sugar beet "progresses" aro
preparing u ntntcnient todny of tho
distance traveled toward tho
sugar factory lu this valley. It will
probably bo ready for publication to
moriow. Meantime, members of tho
committee nro rubbing off tho rough
edgea of some of the eotitrncts to
mnko them conform to the require
ments of the original proposition.
Progress In being made, but slowly.
Tho time Is limited, however, for tho
farmers must soon know to what sort
of crops thoy shall dovwto their fields
the coming year.
Insuro jour nuto In the Alllnnco
ngolnst theft, flro, C. Y. Tengwnld.
Meet your frlendsiit Atwood's llox
Hall alley. Phono 1.11. tf
J, H. Mnlloy. of Kent, Washing,
ton, is among tho business visitors lu
Ilutteriiut bread nt Do Voo's.
Hymn lions, of Springfield, Illi
nois, Is in Medford todav, after de
voting a weok or mine to looking over
the valley. Ho will remain until
Postage stamps nt vT Voo's.
Mrs. IU V. Long of Vancouver,
Washington, is visiting with friends
In this city, on her return from the
Snn Francisco fair.
Something new. Personal, engrav
ed Xmna 'greeting cards. Sco tho
line at Medford Printing Co.
Gates sells Foul cars, $200 down
nnd $25 n month. 230
Mrs. Cnrcj Stairs, of Groshum, this
state, who accompanied her husband
to tho exposition, slopped on their
return home to visit with friends in
Mrs. Loach, Abdo-Support Uarclcy
surgical corset 32C X. Hartlott,
Do Voo delivers tho Orcgonlan to
you every dav for 7fic a month.
Miss Kontha otter, of Portland,
who has been visiting with friends
lu the vicinity of Medford during the
past mouth, will return to her home
Spcclnl prices on engraved cards
for n few days, cither from old plate
or with new plate. Medford Printing
For watch worx mat satisfies,
Johnson tho Jowclor. 220
Al Giicrnsoy, of Tho Dalles, Is In
the city on business nnd pleasure.
Ho confesses (but he has so far de
voted himself most or his tlmo to tho
Intter cause but will get down to
business pretty soon.
Fresh roasted pennuts at Do Voo's.
mail nt ('oriill-, Whitman nt (.'or
villi), Idutio ut jMocow, Vunliinglou
State ut I'oi'tliiiid, Syracuse ut lluf
fnlo, Michigan Aggies nt Portland,
Oregon ut Corvnlli.s.
Wliitinun will piny Oregon Aggies
ut Corvullix, Idaho nt Wullti Walla,
Washington ut Seattle, Multiioninli ut
Portland, WnHliiiiglon State nt Wullu
Oicgoii will play Culif'orniii nt
Horkeloy, Multuoiunli ut P.ugciio.
Washington at P.ugcne, Wuslilngtoti
State ut rJugeiie or Portlnnd, jjregon
Aggius at Connllib, M"iiltuouiih tit
HENRY ALL READY TO
SETTLE KAISER'S WAR
XKW YOHK, Dee. .1. Ilenrv Ford
complclid totluv urnnigements for
llie conduct of Ins business duiiii"
his iib-enee in ICurope on his pence
expedition and announced that lit) in
tended to visit both Knglund nnd
KLKS' MK.MOItlAL SIHtVICi:
Tho nnnunl memorial service of
tho Klks will bo held Sunday after
noon December ii, nt 2:3u p. m. nt
the Klks' temple. Public cordially
Mistress -Hrldget, what do wo
need for -dinner?
Hrldget-liure, Mum, 01 tripped
oVer the rug an' wo need a new set
of dishes! Puck.
IN 1916 SEASON The Coming Baby I"
PORTLAND, Or., Dec. ;i.-Meiu
hers of the newly formed Pacific
eousl inlercollegintu conference
ngrecd nt u session here toduv of the
Puoifio noithwest iiitereollegiute con
ference, in which they still maintain
membership, (but they would do noth
ing to injure the interests of the older
organization. The l'ootbnll schedule
W'usliiiigtiui will plav Whitman ut
Scuttle, Oiegoii nt F.ugcno, Oregon
Aggies nt Scuttle, California ut Ilciu
eley, California ut Scuttle.
Idaho will piny Ooiizugu nt Mos
cow, Oregon Aggies ut Moscow, Whit
.man ut Wiilln Wnllu. V. S. C. ut l'ull
lunu, Molilalia ut .Moscow.
Washington Slate will v'uv Oon
zngu nt Spokane, Oiegoii Aggies ut
Pullman, Michigan ut Pullman, Mmi
tuiiu ut Mishouln, Idaho ut Pullman,
Oregon at Kii'-'ene or Pullmuu, Whit
man at Wnllu Wnllu.
Oregon Aggies will plav Multno-
To the Public
Wc wish to state that after two
long weeks dickering, we have landed
a Bankrupt Stock of shoes at fifty
cents on the dollar. They are all
high-class shoes, such as Chas. Wil
liams, American Welt, etc., all solid
leather, union made, and .worth up
Wc have boys' shoes, both button
and lace, from size one to six, all
good solid welt shoes.
We are going to sell them. We are
going to sell a lot of them tomorrow.
You know our reputation, and you
know the crowds wc have, so if you
are going to need any shoes, don't
wait until they are all gone, but come
WILL II. WILSON
126 N. Front St.
Nothing else ran so completely endear
os to tho present ant tho future as (ho
expected arrival of a .
tut))'. Hut In tho mean
time tho comfort of
the mother If of tost
Importance. There Is n
tplcnillil external rem
edy known m "Moth
er's friend" which ex
ert n wonderful Influ
ence upon tho expand.
Ug muoclcj. They bo
enmc more pliant,
rtrvtch without urulua
pain, mnko the pcric!
ono of pleasant nntlc-
Innllnn nwfpmt nf nn.
nrrhentlon. In n icrle of fplcnclld letter
from nil over the country mothers tell of tha
rreot help "Mother's 1'rlend." was to them.
J.ten frnndmothers tell the wonderful story
to their own daughters shout to enter tha
stnto of motherliood. Ciet a Imttlo of "Moth
i-r's Friend" today of our nlarest dru:Ut.
Use this rplendld help with jour oun lund
I of Interest nnd luiportnnco to nil mother
urlto to nrndllcld Ilcfnilalor Co., 400 I.nimr
Illilft.. Atlanta, Ga. It rclatct the pcrMmnl
experience of ranny happy motlicni, it tell
many thine that nil women uliould lc fa
inlllnr ''li; It I ut onro a culda anil DU
Inspiration, rltc fur this bwgk.
Bags of Coffee
Recently there were 2000 bags of coffco on the ilock In
Now York nt on- time consigned to Lung & Co., Port
Think of It, 2000 inintoiiKo bns of coffco and that wnn
only part of n purchase of about 10,000 bngls now In
There Is Rreat nlBiilficanco to the corfc usor In thin fact
of our Inni'cnso purclui80. Coffo, like flno wluos, im
)iro;ea with ago.
Tor beHt resultB In blending the different kinds of green
coffee berriesi must bo mixed together nird allowed to
stand for months often u jear or tuoio.
In this way nnd In this way only can tho different flavors
become "neutralized" into ono harmonious mellow blend.
Most coffee roasters are unwilling or uiiuhlo to tie up
their capital for thin length of time, nnd thoy therefore
mix nnd roast their coffoou without tho ageing process.
In GKR.MA.V-AMKRICA.V you will find n perfectly blend
ed and fully ngod coffco of uiiuhuiiI merit, nlso It Ih steel
cut nnd parked in air-tight pound tins. I'ruuent price .10c
3-lb. tin c'c
LANG & CO.
The "Itojnl ('lull" linn?
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One-half Price Sale
Fit J "m
One-half Price Sale I
.Just 112 Tailort'tl Suils to
From, i hi season's best stvles.
of these are "Style Craft" &ar
nients. Hroailcloth Suits, Series,
Poplins, Ciabardines anil all the
best selling shades here, and uvorv
size u) to II.
.").1K) Tailored Suits
$10.00 Ttiilored Suits
.-SW.IH) Tailored Shits now $17.50
.f'Jo.OO Tailored Suits now $'12.50
!!)..")() Tailonid Suits now $ J).75
lOvery Trimmed Hat
in stoek and more
than one hundred to
ehoosc from, at exact
ly one-half price.
All Cut rimmed
Shapes and more than
200 to choose From, at
$ 2.9S 1 hits ami Shapes now
$ I.J)S Hats anil Shapes now
7.r() llats and Shapes now
$10.00 Hats and Shapes now
Children's llats, allies to tfo.oO, now
The Christmas of 1915
NOW THAT THIS BEAUTIFUL SEASON APPROACHES NEARER THE WORD COMES FROM
EVERY SECTION THAT PRACTICAL GIVING IS TO BE THE VOGUE. FOR SOME YEARS PAST
THIS SENSIBLE IDEA HAS BEEN GROWING, AND IN CHRISTMAS OF 1915 BIDS FAIR TO
REACH FULL FRUITION, AND JUSTLY SO, FOR IN THESE DAYS WHEN PERSONAL APPEAR
ANCE IS OF SUCH TREMENDOUS IMPORTANCE, WHEN A WOEBEGONE BACK NUMBER SUIT
OR FROWSY HAT MAY MAR ONE'S CHANCES BEYOND REPAIR WHO, 0 WHO, WOULD NOT
APPRECIATE WITH THE WARMEST GLOW OF SATISFACTION A HANDSOME WINTER COAT,
A STYLISH BLOUSE, A LOVELY KIMONA OR ROBE IN PREFERENCE TO SOME WEIRD GIM
SACK THAT COSTS THE SAME REAL MONEY, BUT HAS NO UTILITY, NO APPEAL AND IS IN
POINT OF FACT MEANINGLESS? CHOOSE THESE USEFUL GIFTS HERE, MANY NEW THINGS
IN ALL LINES TO CHOOSE FROM. HANDSOME NEW FURS, NEW HANDKERCHIEFS COM
PLETE LINE OF KID GLOVES, LADIES' AND GENTS' UMBRELLAS, SILK HOSIERY 'hAND
BAGS, NECKWEAR, SILK UNDERWEAR, SWEATERS. FOR THE LITTLE GIRL A NEW COAT
PRETTY DRESSES, CHARACTER DOLLS, ETC. LET US SHOW YOU THESE MANY LINES-WE
WILL BE GLAD TO PACK THEM FOR YOU, READY FOR SENDING
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