Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, April 06, 1928, Page 9, Image 9

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Seaond Section
Eigkt Pages
Second Section
Eight Pages
Dally Twnty -third Yeir
Week))' fiy-iith Yer
No. 15.
EAGLE POINT? Apf. 5. The
Stoners moved Into the GeorRe
i!!mae house this week and Mr.
Holmes started In at once building
the next house just north of this
one. These are lovoly little homes
tor anyone renting. They arc niod-
l' Anu rtnttill U'tfh h l fll tit
nook, sleeping porch, shower and ' l"eerine the pollenlzlng process
laundry tubs, with double garage o( fruit trees, besides bringing
between the two houses. We are ltogue river out of Its banks for a
gUd to see these new houses built, short time one day last week. ,
as It Is quite a convenience for oeo- Mrs. O. T. W ilson and daughters. I
TABLE ROOK, Apr. 5. Mrs. C.
T. Hiimilton and koii Cyrun and
Miss Frances Johnson of Central
Point were Sunday visitors here.
The excess. xe amount, of rain
during the last week Is holding
back farming operations and en-
ple wishing to rent In Eagle Point.
William Coy returned home Sat
urday after spending some three
weeks at the Jacksonville sani
tarium. Mr. Coy says his heulth
is very much improved.
Hattie Howlett, who has been at
Frances and Itettey, of Sams Val
ley visited here last Sunday.
Surveyors are busy running lines
and tAiablishing corners on the
Tuttle subdivision which, It is said.
will noon be occupied by horn1?
makers who are purchasing these
the sanitarium for many weeks, is 'five-acre tracts for that purpose.
slowly Improving.
The Community Presbyterian
church plans a splendid Easter ser
vice next Sunday morning. The
choir will render the chorus num
bers of the cantata "Easter Praise,
The 40-acre tract being subdivided
by Mr. Tuttle comprises some of.
the best land in Jackson county
and is adapted to the growing of ',
alfalfa, garden truck, berries or ,
fruit, with an abundance of ii-ri-j
and Dr. Morgan will preach anU''i"tn water at hand with a very
Easter sermon in keeping with the small maintenance charge,
celebration of this important day.' Mrs. Jull Myer of Rogue River
'M Is hoped that several will be Is a visitor at the home of her son.
received into the church at this
time also.
The annual business meeting of
the church tvas held last Friday
evening after the church service
and quite a good many stayed for
the meeting. The entire congre
gation was Invited to slay and have
a voice in the meeting. Dr. Mor
gan was called to servo the church
as pastor for another year and
Mrs. Esch and Mrs. W. 11. Drown
wero elected on the board of trus
tees. The church has shown a
consistent growth, there being an
F. R. Myers of this place.
John Dodge, the Medford well
driller, was a business visitor in
tills section Wednesday.
Robert Morris of Santa Ana.
Calif., is spending thp week at the
home of his brother, W. E. Morris
of this district.
Although our orchardists have
been prepared for more than two
weeks to combat a freezing tem
perature. It has not as yet been
necessary to light fHe smudge pots.
O. C. Xicewood is constructing
a cottage at the Table Rock or-
Increase In membership of 33 1-3 chard to be occupied by some of
per cent since Dr. Morgan's call 1 ino mpioyea.
to the pastorate here. The trus
tees reported a deficit of $7 5 which
will be met- in the near future- and
the new budget for next year sug
gested by the board will be $600.
All departments of the church read
very encouraging reports and the
work Is going ahead as fast as can
be expected. '
James Spencer, manager of the
Irrigation district for many years,
has taken a new position In the
Ashland territory and has severed
"ils connection with the local dis
trict, for a time at least. Mr.
Spencer will bo missed as perhaps
no other man In this community
would be missed. He has consist
ently boosted everything good for
the development of this territory
and has been untiring in his serv
ices to the public. He is a mem
ber of the Orange and i chairman
of the ways and means committee
of that organization, the most Im
portant committee in the Grange.
He Is chairman of the school board
and gave liberally of his time when
the high school building was being
erected. He is the type of man
any community needs and Kagle
Point as a -community hopes to be
able to call Mr. Spencer back to
the district later on. We are all
extremely sorry to see Jim leave
Eagle Point.
Sir. and Mm. J. - M. Kneeland
moved Into the Harry Xealon house
the first of the week.
Mrs. F. R. Myers has recently
completed a successful hatch of
chicks with her incubator.
Federal land bank appraisers
were business visitors In this dis
trict the first of the week.
Mr. Newman and family, recent
arrivals from Hie, state of Wash
ington, have moved into the Cam
eron house.
Lester Hamilton, who hns been
on the sick list, Is reported to be
some better.
It Is rumored that several real
estate deals concerning property in
this section are In the making and
may be closed In the near future.
Electric ranges were installed
this week in two of the dwelling
houses n the Dunlap place.
Our school clerk reports severa
applications received for the pri
mary department of the local
school for the next year.
Miss Evelyn Hamilton of the
Ashland Normal was a week end
visitor with home folks.
The Xicewood and Oregory fam
ilies and Miss 5Cella Adams attend
ed the I. O. O. F. banquet at Med
ford last Tuesday night.
Miss Eva Nealon of the Daily
News and Miss Doris Rlcharflson
of Beall Lane spent last Sunday
here with friends nnd relatives.
"A Country Store" will he the
main feature of the program at
j the next meeting of the Community
club on the night of 'April 20. ac
cording to Mrs. Schafer, the club
mndp T'laco the new persidpnt.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. KUngle spent president.
several days In Medford and vicin- 4 .
ity visiting relatives and rfiends. I MILTON. Wis.. April 6.- WPt A
, P. S. Johnston was In Medford P of the coin has mnde T. I.
fon husiness Monday. Vhice president of this village.
Mr. Ward of Eagle Point and a Phiee and Dr. Oeorge W. Post
Orange organizer from LaOrando. polled, 155 votes in yester-
were calling on a number of folks i day's etection. The coin tossing
in this vicinity Friday.
cMr. and Mrs. H. Zundel were In
the Sams Valley country Sunday.
H. H. Fox returned from the
hospital in Jacksonville with his
small son Curtis, who is still very
T oiU Ma lu irlnH to h nt home.
We hope he will soon be able to
be about.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Menwil wero
shopping at Lake Creek Tuesday.
MImh Dorotha Meyer was in Med
ford Saturday.
A, H. Simpson returfied Tuesday
from a week end visit spent with
relatives in Medford. i
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Culbertson
were in Medford on husiness Tues
day. Despite the stormy day Tuesday,
all board members wero present at
the school meeting.
Miss Marguerite Nickell was In
town the first of the week,
k Miss Mary Hanley. 'and Mr.
iloyt Smith spent a couple of days
in Medford and Ashland. They
report they had a fine time.
There will be church services at
Lake Creek hall Sunday, April 22.
If the weather is favorable at all.
I. E. Dean is in Medford on
business a couple of days.
L. M. Walch Is Improving slowly.
J. G. McCallister was down from
the Springs the first of the week.
Mrs. A. L. Pech Is spending a
few days In town, having some
dental work done.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hoefft and
Miss Edith Core were Medford vis
itors last Saturday.
Miss P.eth Farlow spent the week
nd with her parents Mr. and Mr.
Frank FarlouO '
Ouy Walton of Trail Is Visiting
at the L. J. Orissom home.
.Miss Edith Jones went to Med
i ford Saturday to spend a few days
ft with her sister, Mrs. James Stew
art, nnd also to meet her daugh
ter Mrs. Hoy Schmldtllng of Jut
land, who Is coming home fir a
Service to Customers
With Merchandise
of Quality
Moderately Priced
Stocks are New and
Complete with
New and Authentic
Suggestions for Correct Adornment of Milady on Easter Morning
i for Easter
As Saturday is he last
day for your choosing of
new apparel for the timc
lionored parade of fash
ions on Easter morn, we
know there will be need
for easy selection of gar
ments. "We've conveni-.
ently arranged our gar
ment sections to best
serve you now, enlarged
show room space, better
and more fitting rooms,
enormous stocks of the
latest gowns for your ap
proval. Moderate prices
in. effect will enable you
to select the proper ap
parel, absolutely certain
you'll be correctly gown
ed and not be . extrava
gant. Featuring alluring
new models.
$16.75 to
., . , i v"!-;' , .- -. ,. - ,
Your Easter
Chic new hats for the Easter pa
rade, flower-trimmed. The new
model pliable straws, brims turn
this way and that, are pleated,
tucked and are sometimes tied
into bows. All can be found at
With Russell's, Inc., First Floor
Phoenix and Holeproof
Children's Easter
Just received our new num
bers, sox, three-quarter, seven-eighths
and full length
stockings for the children's
Easter outfits. Never before
have we had such good val
ues, never so large assort
ments'. Here you will find
most every color you'll want
to match, most every stylo
you desire. In Phoenix and
Holeproof children's hosiery
you will receive the best of
service, because there is none .
better made at any price.
Complete price range
25c to 98c
Special Saturday Dress Sale " $10.75
There is just being unpacked as this is written, a choice selection of
the newest dresses for summer. All new styles, newest colors and most
desired fabrics. There is value supreme in each garment displayed,
values you do not expect ordinarily at near this price. Truly a great
Saturday feature at an opportune time when you may select Easter ap
parel at a tremendous saving. Kememher, these
are not $18 values or $15 values
but exceptional at '..
Bob-o-Link Silk Hose
Guaranteed at
Pure silk hosiery, perfect fitting, all
the, new colors. If you are displeased
inany way with this stocking we give
you a new pair, with no arguments, as
we make the adjustments ourselves,
and no factory returns necessary by
you. Silk foot and silk up to the nar
row lisle garter top which gives added
Also a beautiful new Holeproof
rnd Phoenix Pure Silk Hose at $1
Hosiery Most Important of Accessories
For Easter for Summer for General Wear
Wraps in Dress or Sport Model
$1275 $16-75 $26.75 to $95.00
A most varied assortment of garments, a wide range
of prices, giving you an opportunity to select the
garment of your choice and yn-inc from an authoritive
stock, complete in size range from 14 to 461?- Smart
missy models, others designed as plainer and more
matronly, still others for the extremely large figure
requiring the "stout" or extra length and out-size
models. In each division we've specialized, making
careful, personal selection to bring to Medford ladies'
the newest and most correct wraps in both the sports
and dressy type garments.
"Kaynee" Kiddies Togs
No matter how fine a trarment vou mav have on or
how complete your outfit on Easter morning, you .
...... .a i ii. i -i n i -. r , ..
imitM, n.ivu i iiu proper Kina or. Hosiery, xioieproot
and Phoenix with their new "Picot top" full silk
chiffon hose and Wayne-Knit with a beautiful new
all-silk number, will assure you proper color and
j KTiecr, Hiring nosiery. xnesc m fp
three lines offer beautiful I MK
new hosiery at H7 x
Silk Undies, Too
Play a most important
part in the Easter appar
el. The new style gowns
require proper founda
tions, and of course prop
er color selection.
Slips of: excellent quality
sports satin in many
new t" QQ
colors Vl.VO
Crepe de chine Panties
and Envelopes beautiful
ly lace 11 QQ
trimmed P157Q
Knitted Rayon Slips of
n o n-s a g materials in
Summer Wash Frocks Now
Women's at- Children's at
We're exclusive Medford agents for "KAY
NEE" kiddies wash suits and blouses. There
are none better, few equals, and every moth
er knows "KAYNEE" insures correct style,
perfect fit, best materials and absolutely
fast colors. When you consider all these
things, you'll. agree with us it's certain, that
"KAYNEE" wash togs and blouses and
shirts arc the cheapest and best in the long
run to buv for vour bovs.
$1.98 to $4.98
Just llic Himiiicst liltln Af
fairs yrill luivn over Ki'pn,
with fust color nmtpriiils nnil
orpainlic triiiiiifinj-'s in llm
newest models. Dozens of
new titvles in niiiny different
fabries ux voile, organdies,
mercerized priiils, tissues
and KiiitinvH in prints. The
M.e raiifte is so complete
yon can lie fitted if your
fiic is anywhere from 11 to
I'anty frocks, cunning for
tlm little miss of 3 yearn to
10. Other lit tin ladies pan
he fitted in the sizes 8 to 1-t,
cleverly designed of beauti
ful prints, all fast colors and
guaranteed to wash. You
compare the cost of mate
rials, the labor and the styles
and we feel sure you will
agree with us that yon can
.not make them for the price.
Sec them now.
Other Styles in Wash Dresses from 98c up
Prom the larga Individual
pieces to the anuill corsages,
you'll llnd boaiitliil new (low
ers tor Kastor at ',
59c to $2-50
Of course you'll need some
new Item In Jewelry for Has
ter. ir It's new, we have it,
unci reasonably priced.
59c to $5.98
Properly gowned ladles on
Hosier will be sure to wear
new kid gloves. Imported
, r rench klda in all the
he new
$2.98 to $4.98
Bags, Purses
Just lo properly complete the
outfit It's essential you select
a new ban. Many new styles
on dlspluy now,
$2.98 to $15.00
Don't let Easter morning find
yon unprepared to protect
your K.-.ster finery from the
rain. Parasols for rain or
$3.98 to $10.00