Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, March 23, 1928, Page 5, Image 5

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"TomoYrour m Beaton
l jfT M at. W k
Illustrating thm commttently greater
pmrthmoing powtp of your food dollar
Lenten Items
2 Cans
Shrimp
1 Tall
Red Salmon:.
O Imp. Oil
Sardines
1
Flat Clams.. .
Eggv and Butter
.... T.i r.
Eggs )
lb. Creamery i
Butter .......
1
1
Sm. Loaf
Bread
JUL
Bulk Items
5 lbs Blue
Rose Rice...
T lbs. Cut '-,
Macaroni ....
51bs. Pk. Biyo
or Red Beans
BroonhClemer
"I High grade
1
1
SKAGGS SAFEWAY STORES
For Baking
Ctffn
fttxmm
Introducing the
finest coffee
packed iii tins. "We
absolutely guaran
tee this superior
blend of high
g r o w n coffees to
satisfy the most
fastidious coffee
drinker. You'll like
this new flavor and
look at the price
for a strictly high
grade coffee.
2lk$iB
8 lbs. Pan
cake Flour..
& lbs. Big K
Flour
IB
fa
Ami. hi; the motor tourlsta from!:
a diuaiH-u who reentered tottuy,:
at the lcu-ul liruni'h of lh mule
auto roKiatratton bureau uremia-!
walil Choiiuette of Kutte. xWut.,1 -Jiuu
ph Mull.T of Philadelphia. I'M-
j. v. Vinwiiuiu of witBkiiivan.aa
Can.. C. I- Kemp of lloyl. Kkiih..
Alvin Hathaway of Slroullibert;,
Ida.
Try our noonday mriytianu'l
luneli. 4 no anil 50o. Jaekson Hotel,-.
Coffee tshop. SUittf j
A danuiKU uellon for HUTS wan ; z.
filed at the lounly elerk'it off lie ;
yesterday aiitiinM the Ituitur lllver;
eonipany, a corporation, by James
liniy, for servtieit as malluRer for
the Lluney on-hard, whlih wan )ur-
ihaaed by the company nomellnie
ulm. liiev clalma that he wim to i
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TO REVIVE CLUB
ON MARCH 27
After nine monthtt of Inactivity,
thu Hunt it ens unU rinft'ssionitl
i Women's flub n( Moil ford will '
hold un importHiil tl tuner meeting,
I m UnU 1 .M'.Mlfocd nrxt Tuesday.
I March L'7. bORinninu at 6:30. IMnn !
.... eo.ii.nii 11 li I dill ixf llin tlll
will be diHcu-SHed and u poyalblV iuiS.0 wcn ,mi( $123 per month and ?
urtiKtain of activity outlined. I fvo 1K,r conl uf lh0 MOl pruccodH
The buwincsrt and ihuIYhb.oi.iU ()f tn0 0.elurj( tut received nuth-'
vvunxtn'H luncheon which wai1 j mK ss
maintained for a while mut year i iou'U llko our ovenlnn dinners. I
was discontinued in May and with f . B- jiUkon Hotel Cof-:
me abandoning oi me tiiiruenvv f K(
meet lut; place, considerable inter
ent in the organization apparently
diminished.
The dinner mooting which will
be held Ht Hotel Med ford noxl
Tuesday night in In charge of Mrs.
M. K. Chapman, thru whom reser
vatioiiH may be made. A large
crowd of old members and new
comers in Med ford will bo wel
comed at the dinner.
0'l,lrt-iia.'t.!
DEPENDABLE GROCERS BBPp.,..
-
pkg. Baking
Soda
I
Choice Fruiti
1 lg. Fancy
Peaches
1 Heavy
Syrup Figs..
1 Fancy
T .ntrit 1 1
o is.
''Pea
Preserves
31b. jar Pun.
Fruit, asst.-
1
. l'i
1
ABOVE AVERAGE
Twenty-nine hundredths of an1
inch more rain fell during the 24
hours ending at G a. m. today, more
rain fell at interval! today, and
unsettled weather with rain is pre
dicted for tonight and Saturday,
as well as continued mild tempera
ture. So far this month the rainfall of
1.1! 3 inches is' above the average
for March for the past 15 years,
which is 1.18. The total rainfall
since September 1st last is 11.84,
and the total sinco January 1 lust
is 4.06.
Loganberries
' lg. Choice
?clrs
lb. can asst.
Jams ...........
- .i.w. - -. ,.
11). jav asst.
Preserves ...
I
Broom
can Old
'Dutch tlemwr
1
Sugar-SpucU
11 Jbs Pure
A A
10
Ohio Sutrar
ilbs. firm
Potatoes
1
Meats, Etc.
O lbs. Swift's i
A Bacon. (
O lb. package ,
Shortening I
1
PROM ALL ROLLER
Tl
'Holler skating in the business
district of Mod ford must stop."
en Statically declared Chief of
Police McCreilie today. "Holler
skaters have been warned enough
that their life is In dunger every
time they come onto the busy
streets." he continued, "and espec
ially I ask the parents to keep
their children off of the skates,
which so far have nearly caused
several serious accidents."
The chief indicited that if this
warning is not observed, every
roller skater found in the business
section will be taken to the police
station, where the skates will be
kept in storage until culled for by
tho parents.
All orders for $5 or more delivered TREE. Smaller order 10c chg.
Store No. 433 MED70RD Phone 1176
'
A Certain Lady i
Tells us that Sunday without a box of Whitman's Candy
is just vnc lony row of fabbiijiw. Sweeten the day wit'.t
a selection from Whitman. And kindly remember that $
we will deliver your Easter box of candy to any place
in the C. S.
Heath's Drug Store j
Kr m Tour Fkon. Tree Dliv7 J
Spring Opeiuny
JACKSON
HOT' SPRINGS
SATURDAY, MAR. 24
o
A REAL DANCE A gEAL
A DVAT -DT APP
1. AVJJAJU
NO FROST REPORTS
FOR JOSEPHINE CO.
The Josephine county oniiard
' district will not receive the dally
i spring frot forecasts issued in Med
t ford by Kloyd D. Young, , head of
i the frost service in tho northwest.
; as last spring, Mr. oung this week
having so notified the orchard in
terests of the neighboring county,
j In speuking of this matter and
ine explanation lor me rnaiiKe, mv
Orjints Pass Courier says:
''Announcement was nw.de this
morning that frost furecastH will
not be available in this vicinity this
sprint:. It is de tared that the
growers have not supported the
work and that It has been found
Iniposible to continue It. JI(Suunc
of the difference in distance be
tween this city and Medford. It is
said that front warnhfet there will
not give much indication of the
weather to be exnected here. The
frost expert is now in Medford'1"" of The Dalles,
making arrangements for the front
work there."
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PLACE,
The Jackson Springs
Pep Peddlers
Wil Furnish the Music and hr!
DANCING STARTS 9:30 P. M.
Intermission and Supper at Midnight
Nig Crowd at Opera H
PORTLAND, Oruj. Mar. 23. fI'i
An audience that ruled the muni
cipal auditorium, Including many
from other cliies In Oregon, lat
night applauded the Chicago civic
opera company In Verdi's "Aldu."
Tonight "The Snow Maiden" will
be Hung; Saturday
"Ilesurrection": and
nicM'"M Trovatore."
after n u n
Hatu r tPa y
Phone
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ILK
BUTTER
ICE CREAM
Classified AdvertMnf Gets Result
PASTUERIZED SAFE PURE
PRODUCED PACKED
E SANITARY WAY
The O. S. C, elght-pleee orches
tra will broadcast over KMKD. the
Mail Tribune-Virgin radio station,
tomorrow from 12:15 to 1:13, play
ing the latest in collegiate uud Jazz
numbers.
Hooked rug patterns, all new de
signs. Handicraft Shop. 1
Is. H. Webb of Klk Vulley was
convicted yesterday of the sale of
Intoxicating liquor by a Jury In the
Justice court. Tho Jury recom
mended leniency. Justice C. K.
Rusk asseKsed a fine of $500 and
added a Jail term of three months.
Bonds were set at $1000, pending
an appeal, which it was indicated
would he taken. Allison Moulton
of Med ford was attorney for Mr.
Webb. Grants Pass Courier.
Films in at 0 a. m. out at 5 p. ni.
SwemH, mauler photo finishers.
A tiarlK mining claim was re
corded ycKterday at the county re
corder's office by . M. Swltzer.
.1. C. Porter, Kred Ha vatic, R. A.
Hall and K. L. Hall. The claim
is located in the Blue Itlrd lode
between Savage creek and Hirds
eye creek, near the Josephine coun
ty line.
Hosiery and underthlngs at the
$10.00 and $15.00 Store. . 1
A matrrlago license was Issued at
the county clerk's office yes'erdM'
afternoon to F. W. Plnkerton and
Mary Courts, both of Ashland.
Plnkerton had been married twice
before and Mrs. Courts once be
fore. Regular dance Knglc Point Snt. 2
Included a$nong the Oregonins
registered at Medford hotels, other
than those from Portland, arc Geo.
W, Knight of Hubbard, Mr. and
Mrs. G. T. Hackensmlt of Albany.
Mr. and Mrs. George K. Waters of,
Salem, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Ilough-
M. J. Garrett
of Mllwaukie. I, W. Medley of Ore
gon City, Minnie Hanu; and Mablo
Hillings oLMarshfield and the fol
lowing from Kmrene: K. R. Ptiipps.
It. C. Holden. AV. C, Knox, M. H.
While, R. j. Hcrlbner, Verne Wat
son, Snhi Diamond, Mrs. O. II. Os
(randqr, I. C. Tlston, C, A. Mewell
and Mr. and Mrs. John Mllard.
Night and day' service. I. Of
Super Service, 6
IM Hamlin was on Kden valley
visitor In the city this morning.
I'tah coal, clean, low In ash. Han
sen Coal Co., Phone 239. 337tf
The various new Kord models
will be on exhibition in the Gates
Auto company showroom tonight.
-Tho sport coupe in Arabian sand
3tnd the Tudor "diui Jn Nlagarao
are specially beauiwul.
All kinds radio batteries' charg
ed, 75c. J-cwin Super Service. 6
The public lands committee of
the houee in Washington, D. C.
Thursday voted to report favorably
he b introduced by Its chairman.
Representative Sinnolt of Oregon
authorizing the necreiary of the in
terior to lease public lands In traotp
up to 640 acres for aviation uses.
Re-t Ctnh Coal. Ilnnsen Col Co
Phone ZZ'J. 337tf
fee Shop. JJU '
Among the sUite of Wushl.Oton ,
residenls registered at Medford bc-jr
tels are Mr. and Mrs. It. I. IHiud
and Mrs. Ross Muslin of Tacomu.,
Mrs. otto Machin of St. Johns. Mr. ;
and Mrs. W. K. James of Centralia.
O. A. Neilso. Mr. anil Mrs. M. H
Chapman. Mrs. A. H. N union. MrM
4inl Mrs. Clyde Kox. Mr. and Mrs. :
K. C. Carr.iMis. W. K. lmlioff. M'-
and Mrs. J. A. Uevlne and N. Jo-:
ner of Seattle. ;
Kor dance orchestra, call 876.;
37V;:
1 W. Mahl, general purchasing,:
agent for the Soul hern Pacific.';;
passed through Medford last night j:
in his private car. j;
16-ln. mnnzniiiiii wood. $4.r0 pen;
b r. Med. Kel Co. Tel. 31. 347tf j
Tulo lake greatest pumie bhu- ;
lug ground in the west is fairly
swarming w ith ducks and geese,
particularly ducks, who have stop-
ped off for several weeks out heir!
northward flight. The birds nre:
early this year. Usually they pass :
through Kluinuih on their return j
trip to northern and cooler climes,;
Inter In the month. Klanuith:
News.
Good sugar plno shakes at Rig;!
Plnea Lumber Company. SttS,:
Mr. and Mrs. George Jackson oft;
Ashland. William Miller of Jack- :
Bonville and R. Hansen and fam-l:
ily were among the out of town;:
residen s who were In Medford last
night fo attend the concert of thei
University of Oregon symphony or-j
che.stra at the Craterian meaier. j
hfu Minor llunic iusn lor ro-f
cleaned alfalfa seed and baled hay.!
H2 K. Main. Phone 1102. 332tf
Hans Hockenyos. former wellj
k no w n M ed ford ma n a n u n o w a
resident of Portland, is spending
a short time vlslilng his brother,
William, who resides near tho end
of North Riverside avenue.
Handpleating and smocking. The
Fashion Shop, 424 Medford Rldg.
840tf
The condition of Charles Taylor,
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Taylor
of the Willow Springs district. Is
reported to be steadily improving,
following an operation performed
for annendlcltls at the Sacred
'ileart hospital last Saturday
' k Green slab wood at summer
prices. Medford Kuol Co. Tel. 631.
Mr. and Mrs. K. 1. Huffman ar
rived last evening from ChicoJ
Calif., to visit Frank Anderson
here for several days while en!
route by motor to Seattle. AVash. j
You must register to vote at thoi
prlmory May 18. Tho new luw puis
a stop to swearing In voles on elec
tion day. Register at once with
I,, c. GarJock at the Chamber of
Commerce or at county clerk's of-;
flco in Medford. '
Duo to. lack of evidence. Tla-1
mond Dentre and William Taylor,!
two transient youths arrested here)
Wednesday for tho allegod thofisj
of copper nt Gold Hill, were given
their liberty yesterday and the cop
per, which had .been taken as evl-
denee by officers, was returned 1o.
tho South Kir Street Junk yards,
wh'ere the youths had Void It. j
Hee Kllnor Hanley Rush for re-,
cleaned alfalfa seed and baled hay. j
826 K. Main. Phone 902. 332tfV
V. H. McDonald, who suffered aj
fractured pelvis this week when an
automobile ho was greasing foil j
onto him. Is reported to be In a
satisfactory condition at the Com-i
munity hospital. !
Helect your new spring suit at'
the Men's Shop, from the M. Horn
and Kd V. Price lines. All I he new.
weaves from $25 to $r0. Wo guar-,
an lee fit and satisfaction. 32Htf;
Mrs. Joe Lester and daughter;
Zavevc drove In from the Central
Point district yesterday ufternoon!
to visit with local friends. j
Coal $16.50 per ton. Medford
Fuel Co. Tel. 631. 337tf
R. W. Lewis of Kaglo Point was'
a business visitor In tho city yes-'
terday. j
The Orange play will be given i
Friday evening, March 23rd, at I
Orange Hall. 1!
Mrs. Dean Slacy motored In from)
the HI Merest district yesterday and i
spent several hours In the city, j
shopping and visiting.
16-ln. laurel wood, $1.50 tier.!
Medford Fuel Co. Tel. 631. 347tf,
Hooked rug patterns, all new do I
Kigns. Handicraft Shop. 1
Mrs. Kvo Renson and her pupils!
gavo an exhibition of clever dances'
at the Ashland thcHtcr last night.
Plans nre now being prepared
Tor a lieifi meer io oe nem hi uh
Antioeh school April 11, with school j
children of that district taking
part. The meet is to be an all
day affair and basket lunchs will
be served at noon.
One of tho attractions of tomor
row evening will be a dance at Hi
larity hall, with Whit liartman ami
his celebrated orchestra furnishing
the music. This organization pleas
ed a large audience recently and
aro playing a return engagement.
Mr. Hillings promises thin will I"
one of the gest dances they have
given.
W. R. Hrucc of Portland, repre
senting th Pacific HlalcH Klectrlc
company, was In the city the first
of th Week transacting business
with the local elc-ctrlcal dealers
handling thn products distributed
through their company.
One Finds Real Values at Our Store
FOOD BUDGET REDUCERS
SATURDAY AND MONDAY, MARCH 24 and 26
CORN MEAL Kastern kiln dried O
9-lb. HkJJt
RAISINS Market Dav iKn
1-11). hi00
OIL Mazola AKn
. Quart cauJi
CATSUP (Jold Medal A fancy product made from 1Q.
ml ripe tomatoes Large bottle
27c
QUAKER OATS-
PINEAPPLE Libby's .sliced Large cans 24 Q
Y
Large pkg.
3 for
JELLO All flavors )Kr
3pkgs.OC
PEACHES lvosedale lfipe yellow clings in rich syrup Buy
these and you won t be disappointed OQ.
Large cans-
FIGS Black Extra clioicc
CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP
SHREDDED WHEAT Kellogg 's
3 for
2 lbs. 29 c
10 bars 43 C
9C
3 packages
RICE Fancy Blue Rose liice contains more nutrition than
anv otlier cereal Heal special OQ
4 lbs. for
SARDINES-Xorwegian in nVG Olive oil OC.
2 caiisOC
HONEY Strained Packed in genuine Mason jars CQ
Vint. 33: OnnvOOC
S Pint 33c;
TOILET PAPER 1000 soft sanitarv sheets to the roll C.
6 rolls
FIGS Fresh in svrup Kingko Brand Nature's own jCC
health fruit No. 1 tall cans 22; v3 for 00 C'
MATCHES Searchliglit Large full count bo.es Of
6 boxes
MACARONI Fresh curve cut
MILK Libby's 3 cans 28
PRUNES Vet itesFxtra Fine "
3 pounds
6 c;
ans
1 pounds
23c J
55c J
25c I
MAYONNAISE or SANDWICH SPREAD
81o-uz. jar
FLOUR-49 lb. sacks
Sperry's (CO C5 frown, Drifted Snow
Olympic ..P4.WJ Fisher's Blend
Each
19 c I
or
$2.13
20TH CENTURY COFFEE
"40,000 people every morning look for their 120th Century Coffee H
and the Sun" Roasted everv day Ahvavs fresh OO
'ound 45;
226 W. Main
lbs:
Medford Stores
31 N. Central
all
Due to Oic flirt that im ''t he
him not drlvi n liin ni'W llnli k eouiio '
tho reiiulrcd fliMtuiH-o bi-foro It can 1
be opnratBd nt hifh npoeil, Htute
Truffle l.leuteniinl O. O. NIcholH J
hiiH lii-cn hunillciipiii'd In cluiKlni?:
HIioPdcrH, who run cimlly nmko 11
Biitiiwiiy briiuKe of the offli'cr'H
Inability to follow. Tho omnie.
n-hlcli wiih turned over to I.Ipu-.
trniffit Nleliola taut year, Ih now bo
Iriff used by HerKeant Talent, w'hohc .
territory Ineluib'H the inountalnouii '
neetlon8 of tho OreenHjirlng und
HlHklyou dlHtrb'tH. I
Mr. and Mih. II. A. Klnter of
I.eDiif:. ('iiliiida, Mpent a few iluyH
In Medfoid vlxltlim relailveii, on
their way homo from Houthern Cal
ifornia, where they Hpent the winter.
C'harloH Inaai'M vim n InmliiNes W. II. MeOownn vlnited In Ah
vlHltor In the oily yenlerday, lmv- lailcl yesterday afternoon and ttl
Iiik driven In from tho 4U1 or- tendl it shrine lbdgo moctliiB In
churd at noon. 'the evenlnir.
peel Good
Moit Bllmfntt ititrt from poor fMmlntlfn
(r onitirnilon or Mm(cutttxitton). Intri
Imil prtitionmuipvitalltypiinftrrmlnnhMtih
f rid maim hit ml"riit'Io, TonlKiit try N?-
NATURE'S StHKDY M-vfRotahln cor
T'cll not n rdinry laxative. how
tfV trill ai-J in TTilOi'tnjr your aptii an. I
f.J nu of ihut tif,v. knnry.piilrMfixHnK,
Mtld, Ktl. fv.t'lv triahle lie
the V.
M.
M p e c I a I rominunlratlon
edford l.odi;e No. 103. A.
A. M Friday, Mareh
23rd, 7:30 p. m. Work In
C degree. My order of "W.
C. M. llH;T;i. Heev.
o - l'
"r.eccmmended and Sold by
All 8 Blcilford DruuglMt"
lilllllilllll!! WW' mnillll Blip! I IM!!!
Saturday Specials
Dorothy Perkins' Rambler
Roses, each 10c
(Good root system)
Beautiful Dahlias, doz 60c
Extra Uarge Gladiolas, doz .... 60c
Pansieg, doz . 50c
Potted Geraniums, each ifOc
Wire Hanging Baskets, 3 for. . .39c
Mutual Mill & Seed Co,
In our Now llnine
til It mill Kartlftt