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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1916)
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Yesterday wni the rlo-.inr lt n
the revival services. It was ., ,t
tiny for tint ebnrrtai of the t,tv
Antlioneos that taxed the capaciU of
tlio (front uNildins; wore proient. lv
ory sent in the great ehwir loft .
filled. Tlio niNsio whs most inM.
in nnil oHtliiiMastie. At tlio monunji
hour Mr. Mathis jironchod on "The
Threw Alter' His test was, "The
flrw slmlt orur bo burning on the
alter mul shall novor go out." He
'lit i n froftt thing to feel the
loueli of God in your soul. It is
beautiful to nolo the transformation
of lifo umlor the DiVitio touch. You
can no moro neglect your soul life
and prosper than you can tlio bod)'.
Sonic people inspire you, ninko you a
bettor man. This is ono way Clod
touehoH your life.. Keep the fires
buriiinjr on tlio altor of the ehureh.
You need to' identify yourself, with
tlio ubureh. Do you say, "I don't feel
like it " I don't earo how you feol
you're feeling wrong; It's a duty.
It's a great thing to bo an intelligent
church member. Keep the fires burn
ing on the altor of service. Tlio only
church God can use in one taut does
bomcthing for other folks."
At tlio .'I o'clock service Mr. Matliih
spokw on "Hours uCDcpretaion." A
duet was Hinig by Mrs. Van Scoyoe
ami Mr. Vosscy, "Jesus LeiuU." Tlio
to.t wan, "0 that 1 had wings like a
dove, for then would I fly away and
bo at rest."
Mr. Mathis said: "Duvid know
what it wan to bao strung friendM
and bitter enemies. Ho touchcH lifo
at many extremes. Hours of depres
sion may bo tlio most wholosomo or
the most diwihtroiiH. They eomo from
phywionl sources. The bodily well
being is responsible for much of spir
iliml or moral uplift or depression.
They come from financial sources.
Moit of us have reason to remember
Btich hours. Ho it remembered, how
ever, lint God does not reckon in
dollar and cents. Character is more
vnluablo than much gold coin. Tin
thing the world needs most is not
more gold, but moro service. Thcj
vuiuu irum uiiiiginiiry sources, xuc
devil delights to got us to turn the
crunk of tlio worry machine. They
eomo from doinostio sourcos. If you
Jiome is unhappy you may have all
the gold in the world and you will
not bo lmppy. They eomo from spir
itual sources. Horo I say, hold sfoarty
till tlift darkness wmcs; oar Hi hnth
no sorrow that heaven cannot heal.''
Night Hen loo
The night servieo will long be ro
incniboiud. The pooln caino lonir be
fore the hour of service. Kvory inch
of available room was filled. Mr.
VesseyV cornot solo, "The llosnry,"
was a classic and highly enjoyed.
Bernard Vessoy novor ssng bettei
Hum when ho rendered "The Niuetj
nnd N'inn" liint evening. His beauti
ful, clear voice milled to tlio beauty
of tbu composition as he sang. The
great throng of pooplo cheered and
cheered, but Mr. Mathis said, "we
oan't let It ii ti sing any moro tonight."
Tlio sermon was a serious call to
thoughtful people Tho te.t was,
'rreMtre to meet thy Owl." Tho
premdicr said: "Wo aio all going to
meet God with or without preru
tion. The older you gut the fnslet
time goe. The question is, uio you
prepared to meet God? Alas, in
both prosMjr1ty and adverity we fail
to make preparation. Who is this
God. He is a great God, holding
world and systems in his hands. He
is it holy God. He is a God of love.
The sooner we learn tuu the better
for us. 'o need to prepnie to meet
Hiiu liv a life of love. If there he
any luilure of proiwratiyn it will he
6n man's part, not God's. What must
I dof you say. First, repent of your
sins. If you confess Hiir. He will
confess you. I'rejmrs by a life of
ben ice. As I read the book I see lit
tle hope for the individual or ehureli
who does not live for serviee lor
others than themselves."
.Mntliis .Makus Reed
As a preacher, Mr. Mathis has been
tender, varied and strong. He
preaches a whole gonl, fearless, but
with love, aud sympathy. Strange as
it may seem, he does not iutngonue.
l'eoide reseet lum for his manifest
qud deep eonvietion of truth. He is
square und a hu of the highest con
eootion of honor and integrity. He
S Hot a slangy preacher, but widely
read and alive to the varied )hu of
life. He is loyal to the ehureh and
oxalts the ministry of the Son of
God. We nave ueer heard bun
hbue any person. He makes friend,
rather than enemies. There is noth
ing to "fix up" after the meetings
aie over aud the evangelist gone. The
iiitlueitee f hie work is sweet,
wholesome and helpful. ' lie b a man
to be trusted.
Mr. and Mr-. Ve' ii.m endear
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I It's HigK Time You Were Thinking
of Your Spring Wraps
And already the department has token on new life with the coining of thoao oarly
spring arrival.. .Many auits have found new owners In the past week, mid Still
tin- stock i amply large enough that should make choosing onsy. Suit prioud
22.50 to 1'A5.00. Either lilk or wool.
NOTEWe spare no detail in our alteration work, and wlilto this de
partment is taxed to its capacity at present, we shall givo tlio samo at
tention, and with additional help shall get your garments out on time.
SCENE FROM "THE DI3CIPLC TRIANGLE KAY DEE TCATLRE.
AI PAGE I
Touiuht aud tomorrow afternoon at
the l'tiRc another Trinnjjlo piny that
U apparent in its special appeal is
"Tho Disciple," tho powerful Inue
1i reeled play in which William S.
Hart is tho stnr. Hart in the plav is
"shootin' iron" parson of n pioneer
settlement. His conflict with the
devil-may-enro rosidents of the com
munity and hit conflict with his Mas
ter nnd himself aro powerfully por
trayed. Tho story is that of n stronp, pure
enthusiast, who is mated to a pretty
woman without strength of charac
ter. Dorothy Dnltou, as tho wife,
brings out inlerostiiiKly the personal
ity of the non-moral, shallow ereat-J
ure, who Icines her little xirl and vir
ile worthy hu-bnud for the 1'lnshy
gnmblcr typo of saloonkeeper (Hob-,
crt Mclviiu). The Hltle daughter i$Y
ehunninnly jdnye'd' by dminiilivo
Keelma Salter. Charles K. French iS
convincing as the sijunro, courajte-,
otis Hirdshot Hivens. Hart com-'
mnnds and holds attention from the
start, when he appear as the ascetic
and visionary frontier -missionary of
Tho Triangle Keystone, "Saved
by Wireless," is full of good, healthy
XIAV YOIMC. M.ir.-h 1.1. -An in
erenie of more than $l:l,H()0,ono in
the grosji ennunitb of the American
Telephone & Telegrnplr company last
year over 10M is shown by the an
nual repot t of President Theodore X.
Vail, made public today Total jrross
reeoipts of the coniuy, not inelud
iiiK the connecting indeHndrnt com
pMiiies, last year, were IIO.OOO.OOO.
The report declares that the engiu
eeriiiK department has done "impor
tant nnd confidential work," with
representatives of the annv and navy
to work out a syxtom of communion
tion "utieottalleil bv iinv other na
tion," in .connection with national
Most ovary express brings us something new for this department, and
together with many now shapes that our own workrooms turn out,
4 gives us the variety that you expect when selocting your now hat.
NEW OREPE SILKS
MUTT AND JEFF
AT PAGE TUESDAY
"Mutt and Jeff m College," pre
sents Hud Fisher's iuinutable charac
ters in a radically ditterent aliinm
jdiere, surrounded by new types in
The first act takes 4aoo uhm the
campus of "Stratford college." Mutt
and .Jeff" are introduced as a couple
'of cxs?rt football players, whom the
students huo )crsuaded to pursue
an elementary course in college, be
ing the onlv way in which their er -ices
could be seeured for the football
cnui. Of course "Mutt and Jeff lire
timed as are all freshmen, with side-
Jump from Bed
in Morning and
Drink Hot Water?
Tells why cveryono hould drink'
hot water each morning
I X HOUSE DRESSES, 98c, $1.25,
A $1.48, $1.75
J V Prmm in flio mnqi. worn sfrinos of
blues and )inks, with white collars
and cuffs, elastic band and in any
Nothing nicer for that new waist Come in tho most worn colors, such An all-silk heavy quality crepo do
than these Laces, which come in as gold, watermelon, pink, Old roso chine, especially good for blouses, f
colors and white, -10 inches wide, at and green, with bolt, a sensible all- comes in assorted stripes, 30 inches y
$1.35, $1.G5 to $2.50 yard. summer wrap, at $7.50 to $15. wide, at $1.75.
KIMONOS $1.25 TO $2.95
Just received, the new Japanese
Crepe Kimonos, also plain crepe in
the different blues, old rose with
trimmings to match.
NEW WAISTS $1.25 TO $3.75
Some aro silk, others voiles, in tho
early season stj'les; also one lot of
Crepe do Chine Blouses in the pop
ular stripes, at $3.75.
Why Is man ami womnn. halt tho
time, foellng nervous, despondent,
worried; eomo days headachy, dull anil
unstrung; Boino days lonlly Incapaci
tated by Illness.
If we all would practice Insldc-bnth-Inp,
wlint a Rrntlfyluic rhstmo would
tnlto place. Instead of thousands ot
half-sick, nnnomlo-looklnK souls with
paHty, muddy complexions we should
bco orowds of happy, hoaUliy, rosy
checked peoplo everywhere. Tlio rea
son la that the human system does not
rid Itcoir each dny ot oil the wasto
which It accumulates under our pres
ent mode of llvlnir. For every ounce
of food and drink takeir Into the system
nearly an ounco of watto material
must be carried out. else It ferments
and forms ptomaine-like poisons which
aro absorbed Into tbo blood.
Just ss necessary aa It Is to clean
the ashes from the furnace each day,
before the lire will burn bright nnd
hot, so wo must each raorulng olear
the Inside organs of the previous day's
accumulation of Indigestible waste and
body toxins. Men and women, whether
slek or well, are advlied to drink each
inornlug;, before breakfast, a kIhrh of
real hot water with a tpaspoonful ot '
limestone phosphate In It, as n harm, i
less means of washing out of tho
stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels tho
Indigestible material, wsnte, sour bllo
and toxins; thus cleansing, sweeten
ing and purifying tti en tiro allmeu
X sflsHslggalBV f
10 DOZ. LADIES' HAND BAGS, ABOUT
TrnvcliiiK flnlosman'fl snmplo lino. Wo
bought the entiro line, only ono of a kind,
nnd buying In this wny wo got thorn at
nbout half you get tho benefit.
PRICED 49c TO $7.50
COATS FOR MISSES, $4.50, $G.60
Tho school girl or miss wo aro
showing a big rango of those Sport
Coats which come in either checks,
large plaids or white.
BUY WASH GOODS
While the stocks are at their best,
TCoinry. lioom 0. Jaclcsoii "County
Hani: Ilulldlng, cntrunco N. Con
trat, Medford, Oro.
n-. rxH R-rooni
Rice C, r,it-j.
rOUTER J. NKFP Attornoy at law,
riw.ul3 s nnd 0, Medford National
!'.' '-n lilftiirn.
CHILDREN'S SUMMER TOGS
Neat Wash Dresses for youngsters,
2 to 6 years of age, neatly trimmed,
at 35 to 60.
Rompers, plain colors and checks,
50 to $1.00.
Boys' Blouses and Wash Suits, all
now styles, at 50 to $1.00.
SHORT LENGTH EMBROIDERIES, 10c, 2tfc, 15c, 20c, 25c
Come in lengths 0U yards to 4oyards only, but good quality
cambric or muslin cloth, good strong edges, worth twice tho
market price especially good for underwear.
Medf ord House Movers
.MOVKHS OF IIOUSRS, HOIMCRd,
IIHAVY JIACIII.NKItY, KTO.
MOITIiT .tt IlUItKUAUDT
(112 S. Nowtoun, 737 W. lltli fit.
"Mutt and Jeff" are initiated into , tatry canal beforo putting more food
the secrets of the fraternity of Eta , into tbe stomach
Ilita l'ht with screamingly funny re
The football eoniest with Trinity
college results in a complete victory
won by our heroes, Mutt and Jetf, by
The second pert represents the
graduation exercises in the grand
ball room of the Ator hotel, built to
taprcsenl a stage upon a stage.
There are girls n-jlenty with mi
accompaniment of cutehv, whistle
able musie lending an enehuntineiit to
the entire entertainment. You will
therefore realise that "Mutt und Jtf
n College" is differeut.
nt eonstlpatlon, bilious attacks, ucld
stomach, nervous days and sleeploss
nights have become real cranks about
tho morning Instde-lwth. A quarter
pound of limestone phospliato will not
cost much at the drug store, but Is
sutllclent to demonstrate to nnvoue,
Its cleansing, sweetening aud freshen
ing effect upon the system. '
Klein SUlfS Klein
NEAREST ro l.VKKV'1 1HKO
TO ORDER. $25.00 UP
Also Cleaning, Prcsslnn. and Altering
120 E. MAIN. UPSTAIRS
i ' N
VII If NT.
or the of-
Cmtfilly Itciltd .ttJ lhrtrc ft .tueriaf
IUriU. (tenr im ulih (iI kiU,
140 SUKXr OUTSIDE ROOMS
Sot SttCY llrtl t4 coiuitt BuMlrt.
p 1.00 A OAT ORE PHSOII
i.J! A DAY TWO PERSONS
fret.i f(iry tr P.li lilt
(tl r cimmO
Air Ciiry UttU ur mui Ihi Joor,
i Rosen for sain m a bnrK'iln
iho finest roses la Modforo
I from tbe best roso hedge In the city
Tho Caroline Testout Is a perpot
unl bloomer, largo pink roses and
the best hedge or stroet roao (or this
Pierce, the Florist
FOR BATjK Mimrrcij
FOR SAI.IC--3W-lnch Moll)
farm liiiplomcuto anil tout. Kit
Clark, Kith and Park at, or Oon.
208 IDnst Mam Stroot,
room. Special nlftii
(foil jjlrrn 1(1 IdlllM
Ifil. A In mrto
, ihlons and
" 117 K
7H.sr . .
tniK ros :o
m tiiiiiii: .i.:'iiuv
F f!!!?!!!! !!i!!!!!!Slno wagon
THEY'RE TAILOR HADE
MEDF0RD TAILORS. I28 E. MA
J aud dash
THESE GOODS ARE MADE IN THE ROGUE RIVER VALLEY KEEP THE MONEY AT HOME
,. -.-..i. ,?M C i villi-
jf k railppul
a m-sF m -; --u. v.-.
iWm .iliti i
FRI5D ALTON UAIOIIT, tenchoror
plauo nnd harmony. Compoaor
and arrnngor of iniislc. Hnlght
Music Btudlo, 101 Qarnott-Corey
' ss s " s nas
OARUAOIS Get your nranilto
denned up for the summer. Call
on tbo city garbage wagons tor
good service. Phono 274-L. F.
1'liyslclans nud Burgeons
OR. P. O. OARLOW, DR. BVA
MAI.N'R CARI.OW Ostoopathlo
phyalolaus. 410-417 Oarnett-Corer
bldg., phone 103C-L. Residence
2C South Uuirel at.
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopathl
pbyslclau, 303 Qnrnott-Core
building Phono 130.
have heard them, in a wombrtu
fashion. I'olished urtii in l' i ,
line, winsome and cultured, iIkv leaw
a hot of friends who luive Imcii Uii
by their (versonalities.
Mr. Vossey is a muster .it h'-i
work, a singer of run ubilitv . 1 1 1 1
an artist with the comet. Mr. Matin- i
is to be conKratulated n )u i 'a- J
borers. J lie olt of JI . Iti.nl uml tlir
volley i richer for the (uiipj: "l
LOOKING FOR WORK
Everywhere men complain about
work; even boys and girls in schooler
Imsincss find work tedious and irk
some, but it isn't the workhalf so much
as their own lack of physical strength
that makes it hard.
Rich blood, strong lungs and health
ful digestion make work pleasurable
in business, in school or even house
work, and if those who are easily tiled
who are not sick, but weak ami ner
vouswould just take Scott's Emul
sion for one month and let its pure
concentrated food create richer blood
to pulsate through every artery and
vein let it build a stricture of health v
tUsue and gc ---u vigorous strength
you would find work easy and would
look fr iiiuic InM-t en . .jU'-..
THIS IS THE STANDARD OF
Rogue Spray Flour
It h tho tloui in which )ou will
flrd uniform cxTllonce that Is of
Bcnulno high-grade quality.
Housewives with discriminating
ldKinent always say Rogue Spray
Hour to their grocor when ordering
their (lour It Insures them Kettlnx
Your grocer has lt--or will ob
tain It for ou.
MEDFORD ROLLER MILLS
H. O. Nordwick, Prop Phone 507
On the Square
is what we try U be In our
Work, to U by say eaanae
tlnd anything wrong with nr work
or service give us a chance to right
it by telling us of It. We are not
sat I. tied until vou are.
p- 1. 1. 1 I , ' , ' . 1 . 1
MEDFORD SASH & DOOR CO.
USE THE PRODUCTS OF
Rogue River Valley
The Best Made
Help Home Industry,
Try Loganberry Juice and Sherbets
at the fountains and Ice ere parlors.
OIL AND WATER
CJo fr J. A. SMITH
128 N. Grape St.
Patronize tho institution
that maintains tho Largest
Payroll in Medford.
frho Best Equipped Job
They Reach the People Flaut Oregon outaido of
. A WllsVAe
Ask Your Grocer and Butcher
J ft ANDi