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5IEDFORT) liXTL TRIBUNE, MEDFORTV OREnOK. FRIDAY. OTTOT'.W Y2. litt.
Smart in style, yet in good
tas'.e- Tailoring of the bet
ter kind, and patterns
that are in demand. All
this and yet not high in
S22.50 to S27J50
w on to sas.nn i L i
- 1 . 1 IV .
I. IE. V .
Top Coats (J
THE SEASON'S NEWEST
S17.50, $22.50 to S40.00 J
Selz Shoes for Men
S6.00, S8.00, S10.00
Shirts Specially Priced
Plain culm's in l!n:iilcitli. . Vhil'. t;m and t;i n.
value - Sj 1
We Give S & H Green Discount Stamps
Campbell Clothing Co.
On Main Street
10 SELL F
$1oo $9 coo
Apparel for Women
103 North Central Phone 81
Fur trimmed and correct in
p style. Regular values up to
$35. On sale Saturday at
Assortment of Fur Trim
med Ccats at $18.95.
l & Dresses
In rutin, crepe, wool, Ro
man, for street or office
wear. On sale Saturday
MA-00 J 1 7.95
New Fall colors in Hosiery,
A new shipment of Butterfly
Skirt3 just in. All colors and
sizes, $3.35 value, !.?)."
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PKIXVlKW. -re.. 0 .. IS.
(Spocitil; r I'pi-cr Valley co,ui
iiiunliy club held their regular
meeting at the club room Wed
nesday afternoon. Mia. i'lorence
On kit. home demonstration agent,
wan present and instructed the
Indie.- in malting colored charts,
which will prove very beneficial
in their home work. .Many mat
ters of intcrr'st wrr discussed at
ibis nifftiriK- A food sale will
be hli at i lardy Hris. grocery
store Saturday. Many good things
in vhI will b" prepared by the.
ladies. Mrs. Archie K Hu n id und
M rs. N'ell On tm havo charge of
the food nrilc. ., .
Mi'h, A. t ' . Joy was a p po i n I e d
chaii niun of a committee to make
irai-geni'-nts for a j-ujmn unity
dinner. ( Is planned that this
i luli liiPHiberi will provide a COV-ei-f
fl dish dinner, and invitation
will be went by the secret ary of
the Hub to those donating money,
work or merchandise of any kind
tu the dub. This affair has been
looked forward to for norne time,
and with the burden of debt lifted
from 1 heir shoulders, they now
feel ready for a celebration.
At the close of the afternoon.
.Mm. Italph Clapp and Mrs. Jones
served delicious sandwiches, pic
and coffee. Mrs. A. It. Kincaid
and Mrs. Kdwin Dunn are hostess
at the November meeting. Christ
mas sticK'-Hiions will be the subject
for this meeting.
A few days of stormy weather
last week delayed the work on
the dairy barn belli; erected on
the Highland Iaddic stock farm.
The born is ready for shingles
and part of the structure has al
ready been painted a Scotch mo
tiff, similar to that found on th
farm tnick. This barn, when
completed, will be one of the most
-Modern in Kiate.
Alt of the equipment for both
the burn und mill- hoti.se has been
received, a ud "will be ready for
installutinii as wt as Hie roof Is
on (he structure and tin work on
the i--iei( flnu,- omplcteil.
Mr. and Mrs. YV. C. Tucker made
a business trip to Merrill Tues
day. Mr. and Mrs. J a meg Owens and
Mr and M rf. Vorn Owens cf
Medford wen- callci-s at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Mark True on
Air, and Airs. Alike Tucker were
'visiiors jit the tome of Mr. Tuck-
ei's mother. Mrs. 1,. J I. Tucker,
Sr.. on Sunday afternoon.
Air. and MrH. AT. Mesnrvey wore
callers lit the Thomas AK-rrymun
home on Sunday afternoon.
TJic Hell view JWI. a. held the
, first jueetiiiK of iho season on
: Kr.day even inn. hiiKe uttend
' mien listened to the principal talk
of the vveninn by Airs, t'huncy
of Medford. Many important mat
; (.ers were discussed. The next
i regular meeting will he held on
iOciober i)i, at which time it will
ho, decided where hot lunchus will
! be Ktven th children diirint; tho
1 Air. and Mrs. Archie Kincaid
and two children. Leslie and Ku
I nice, inn do a trip to JvJhiuuI;i
county I he first of the week
where they visited with friends
and t rn usacted business.
.Miss Wilda Alerryman returned
. to AI ed ford Tuesday morning,
, where she will resume, her school
: work nt the J t ashless Co Metro,
Louise Alartain. daughter of Mr.
a nd Al rs. Oscu r Al ti rt a I n, u ndcr
wittt a tonsil operation last Thurs
day and Is rcpot'th-d as recovering
nicely and will soon he able lo
return lo her ;ichiK work.
.Miss Alary Walker and Allsa tier-
, ti ude ('ox spent scwral dajn
Is.t injx at t he hoiuij of Miss
NN'alker's pa n-nts. Mr. and Mrs.
ItuMer Walker. Miss Valkrr 1
ctuloed in one uf the lare
stores at Chiloqitlu and Allsa Cox
N living on a bonnet cad near
Kdwin Imiin. Wado Vallls. Den
ver Kincaid. Homer Harron an-i
Ale M.AUtster made a trip to
l-'ot t Klamath Wt-dtiesday to look
after ( heir beef cattle that are
in pu.-ture there.
M f-s Lei a Walkur attended a
par.y at the home of Mrs. J. I).
Aid 'no Friday evenhtK. when her
niece. Aliss lilsle Alexander, en
(etiaincd a Kroup v( friends. The
e ctuiiK was spent with fancy
work aixl music until a late hour,
when ref reshtnenis were served
lo the utoini. Thi!e who enjoyed
the eveiiltiK loKcthci were Alisses
I tuth (iMnun, 1 leleni- Ulede. tier-
' irnile llieilr. ( ;adys Applenate.
falla Ittenel, Ceorle Cotfee. Kthel
Shrum. Lets Walker. Mewlainen
I tan Kuy, i;tmer liiejjel and J. I)
Al rs. Mabel Merry man spent
Tuesday visit hi;- w il h her slMcr,
Airs. Harry Nordwjcli, who live
M i!. and Al rs. lloyd Tm-ker of
Ttml spent the week-end Mliny
with relat Ivck and friends in I his
Mr. and Mrs. lillul ami family,
who have been residing- on the
Smith place In Hell view, art! imiv.
ho,- to Ashland for the winter.
I Mis, i:, i. Harron and dauih
' tcr, Alt h. Hay Hi own. returned
Tucstlay even In-; after vpenillng
scvi-ral days in Shasta valley.
The menibei s of the Y or man
Indue held their regular meetim
pnrm nniimup t
FOR LOCAL MEN 0 1
the True ranca. when a charge
i of dynamite, hlch had been
plaeed in a hole wbh-h the men
( bud ben di,giuff ftr an ete' tric ,
' 1 Kill pole exploded. It seems that j
, two hargeB of powder had been I
; placed in the same hole a short -,
dislanee apart and Air. Carlston.
1 returning after the blast had ben j
se off. started to resume his work
and in some way came In contaet Q
: with the uncxploded powder witS
' the bar he was using, causing it f
;to explou. throwing dirt and rock
in hi fa ci. Air. Carlston w V
'rushed to the local hospital, where' The f-'aleni hh schutd folb;ll
he rei eived medical attention. ' It tcm. which mcetn AlMfw4 in this
,was first thought that both . y Hirturd.y. octoir , .
were blinded, but i today he is i
jable to use one eye. His face j first atl.ltlc cla.sft tt th tw o
'wait badlv injured. The Copeo t!o. schools in five year. Wy l
istvd building a new light line from ; Wasco high school this afurnoon
Kant Alain street, out to the Owens tryout game,
ranch on the I'aciflc highway.) The Wasco team Is a hu.ky as-:
; where It will be conneeted with , gregation. that has had trouble getT -lone
of their other lines. Here-! ting games all season, and It Hill,
(ofore n number of people liv-j bf the Tirst hard tussle for both j
lug on tlm Kast Alain road have elevens. The Salem team has also;
'either had private lighting sys- j experienced diffieutty in getting
items or have received power from 'games, either with th Portland!
a buck line, going through near! or Willamette valley schools,
the hills. This new line will j Salem has a drop kicker who Is i
' enable everyone to have a dlret j liable to boot the ball over the goal
(Hghllng system f i om the main around the 30-yard line, a big line
highway. - (and u fs backfleld. Ai)u. hai.
( Airs. Ada Langstreth is leaving ihf team are letterrnen. They are!
soon Tor Long Beach, where she being pointed for the Medford
(will spend the winter with her game.
Ison, Cecil Iingstreth. j Thelocal squad has been resting '
I Mr. and Airs. AlcX'ormlck and J and going through light physical 'f
'family, who hav been living on exerols s all week, and ihe hurts j
I the Mines place for some time are of Anderson and Cooks!, and thei
1 moving to Ashland, where they J noses of the Hughes boys have ;
will open a frui; and vegetable j healed. IWnk siopned a foot with!
istore on North Alain street. this proboscis in the Chewawa game
i Air. and Mrs. Glen Wilcox and i anj jack h-d v,- ' j
i three children of Iowa are vlsitim; ,,en t0 him In the Marshfield game, i
iat the home of Mr. and Mrs. J, L. ; The squad has been going through j
i Wilcox- of Bellview. j skull practice daily and polishing;
Air. Hood of Portland is staying i up on a Hei les of new plays. i
at the home of fiis brother. Air.; Heginning next Monday, the team j
I A. V. Hood and is putting in.lhe;...ni t ( Ijra(.iiC c,tiri kten
Tsr.-r if-K iQ.nut-ttftii is dains to
2S morrow when .genial, biy litclc BUDDY
SQU1RR1.L at".'isKw ngit hewio to n!
Vh Vnjw.Tnybc h fame as a N" GitKcrcr
UitufljrMufy'lu preceded him. U not, Ist's
1 k Wnng? you die dwiccst Not tea fror.i
the world's four cornets .". . varieties you've
never seen before ... all toothsomely fresh . . .
right from his famous firepl.-jec. If you love
good thinssito.ear, you'll lovc.Buddy! f
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Buddy's fame us book of "Nutt
Jingi" is free for the asking, ai
an introduction to Buddy's wonder
ful new thopt Color it well and you
may win one of the big cash ortit
product prirei! Call or write
"Everything in a
at, CQLVIG DRUG CO.
' 704 West Main Street - Medford .
Air. and Airs. P. fc. Van Natta
and three children, who have
been visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. II. If. Sands, left for
Payette. Idaho, Monday, where
they will visit with Air. Van Nat-
la's parents for an indefinite time.
Air. K. - McCormick. who just
recently purchased a Dodge truck
made a trip to Dunsmuir Monday
and was accompanied by Hob
Simpson. The two men expect to
ina ke veiriilar week I v trios to
California, with ftult and vegetables.
Air. and Mrs. II. K. Mel calf
i-pciit Sunday afternoon at the
home of Air. and Atrs. W. M.
In the lodj;e rooms.
jgE Millinery H
iH Hats in Felts, Velvets and Velvet Combinations I
$H.5 and ?a.05
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING GETS RESULTS
tt roitlniol. siati- manager, 9as
present and ga e a vn y Interest-iii'-
talk on lodue work. The of
Tic i from the Medford lodgc
w ere present to enjoy the meet
ing after tho business was dis
posed of. A general good time
was Indulged In until it late hour
w Io n delicious refreshments wcru
Mr. and .Mrs. s. K. Car ne und
daughter Kiaml- and Air. and
.Mrs WillHi-d MiKp of thin com
munity, w ere In attendance nt
. this meeting.
Mr, pg Iston. w ho has been em
ployed with the Co poo ronutruc
jtion crew, met with seriou no
icidvnt AI ui id ay aCtcinvon, near
cement on the lligliland Iaddi t tt up U,tii Friday.
arm new dairy uain. f The Salem game promien to be
The county council have made;,,,,, touKn parne uf thr a!ion for
anangemenis to meet at Bellview ln nm, ftn fa .,. ..t
10 for an flll-dav rrw(p, thal ovor ww a game in
this city is expected to be in at
'' This afternoon at Ashland, the
O. A. C. Rooks are playing the
Normal school team in the first
game of the season for the Normal
HOLOS HAT SALE
With n shipment of 300 late mol
els in fall millinery just unpacked,
Miss ICmma lou Kavattaugh is
holding an "expansion sale" In (he
hat shop In the M. M. Department
st o re today and 1 o m orro w. The
sale Is in lino with her new polit y
which expresses not only an in
crease In business but a subsequent
demand for larger selling quarters.
A program of remodeling In this
department was completed tho first
of the week. A former store-room
used by Miss Kavanaugli1 was re
built Into an attractive display al
cove, the walls of which are tinted
in a warm rose shade and stippled
In gold. Kxhlbitlon shelve! as well
as a long display table arc also
decorated in tho general color
scheme which provides an attrac
tive background for the assortment
of new millinery.
A number of new mirrors alho
have beep Ided lo the chop for
the convenience of the customers.
These with other accessory equip
ment to be added later are expected
to make this pioneer hat shop one
of the most plua-anl and attractive
in tho city. .
I ed at the Oregon Caves resort was I
put on by 11. L. Bromley of the !
; California Oregon Power company.!
; when he showed pictures of the Le-1
I gion convention in Medford, Her-1
! bert Hoover's vist to southern Ore-;
': gon and other items of local inter- -i
est. To the California Oregon ;
; Power company also goes credit, ac-.
I cording to this newspaper, of hav- j
I inu nut nn -ihp first mo vine uieture 1
j and with the hope that the drive
; for funds now being conducted
will be aided in going over the top.
The hour of eight to nine to
night will be donated by the Aled
t ford Realty Hoard, and the pio
! gram is to be broadcast over
'" J ! Airs. K. K. Webb of lierkeley ar-
' . , ' rived here todav expecting to spend
There is to be a special radio, . . . . .
rhe.lule this week end calls fnr ; ,..;,,,,,..,. 'snr,. , i program prepared by William I, d brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Klsimalh Falsi to play Grants Pass sot)Pnl Oregon." ' 1 ' riates in the interest nf ...niinc N'harlea lieames.
at Grants Pass. I --j -T- --? -1 ' - lu' .. 1
The Sout hern Oregon conference j programs al Crater Diamond
One of Ihe most gratifying re
sults of the national Democratic
campaign, according to W. H.
Canon, local chairman In charge nf
the Jackson county central commit
tee headquarlcrs In the Barkdull
buildln-T, Ih the large number of
rosponsCs that have come Into the
national radio broadcasting, pro
grams. The speeches of Governor Al
fred K. Smith, while on his tour
through the middle west, were the
first on Iho list in regard to local
favorable response, according to
Mr. Canon. Next In popularity, so
far was the speech of Carter Glass.
Virginia Henator. who spoke from
Washington. D. C. over a network
of 38 stations Wednesday evening.
TIip speeches of Senator Joseph
Robinson In California were also
-heard discussed widely by local res
idents the past few days; as well
as the talk by John W. Davis, Dem
ocratic candidate for the presidency
in 1 91! 1 . which was heard over the
national network last night. This
tiot only shows a growing Interest
In the campaign, hut in the issues
as contained in ttig Democratic
platform, according to Mr. Canon.
(Continued from rge Ona.)
cum AurcliuB. And, apart from hi.-
assertion that liberty Is an impor
tant word, wo find lit t la to crHi
else In his (loin;, rememberin-'t
that if (Inly had not had Mussolini
It would have hfl't inarchv.
On election u.e. ladles of tho
Women Christian Temperance
Union all o'er tho country will
pray for "an honest election, an
1umpNt count und a victory for
prohibition." That's a little late
for eleeilou prayers from tho hu
man iKjint of view. Kvorybody's
mind is made tip the ulpht before
election. Providence,' however,
might at the last moment caitwt
Ihe letnoenils lo voto us the V; C.
T. I'. ladies wish. Nothia is va
possible In (.me" ence.
TELLS OF MOV IES
Tltu October Issue of Byllesby
Management.' Iho officlsl niontuly
magazine of the ltyiicsby compa
nies, contains several items of in
terest to local people, including, the
"The Alall Tribune. Medford, Ore.,
recently te ported !iHt the first
moving picture show ever present-
A great product
mnde till better
Hlnufchte-r oi Kite Chinese eu
ttmics cm a horrible scale. More
than ifon.Otm nHV0 yV?n hutchertd
by Mohanyncdans ongfliTed in a re
unions war. MJasionariea deserve
tie massacres as particularly bfu
lal and cruel, every man woman
and child In the YillugcH attackod
being killed, property bttrucd. vil
That Is and always has been Ihe
nature of rellplous wars, most vl
ions and cruel. And. to make It
worse Christians know that the Chi
nese .--oris and "Allah." iu v host
name tho killing is done, have no
near Kdlson's birthplace; a Hlnd'l:1 KrA Mnnriau
lady asks an Injunvtioo. saying:!"111 neJC WOnaay
ion niusiD i spoil inai Kaereti
HCencrv." Thomas A Kiiiin iw.k.
Ileal, would ray. "Go ahoiJ and dig
'1 c truvcl." He knows that ono
travel pit mom or less won't inter
fere with his reputation. Ills nam?
will stand when others of hid day
Specials for Saturday
Gold Dust ; v
(Dish Jfop Free) 2.C
Pillsbury Pancake Flour OjCi c
Armour's Pure Lard "7 CLn
l-rHiunil imiII I Ut
Piggly Wiggly Tea Q-
Itlnck or Green. k-V Hi v.
Diamond Matches r"
Oirton of 6 Imixcs, cieli Xj
(7-oz. Crepe) OCp
t rolls CJy
Piggly Wiggly Flour
(Guaranteed) Sa7 -
Per barrel ,P WW
Enders' Best Pumpkin 1C-
Large tau. eacii J
Walker Chili Con Carne OC-
8 cans fclJt
P & G White Naptha
TJz 38 c
Carnation or Pet
Best Foods Relish Spread OO
lint Jan, . JOC
Piggly Wiggly Coffee tfc 1 ((
lYehl,v -rround: S lbs. ....... .. P 1 lUU
(nii iiiiui). pkg.
Pow Wow Micb4icg Powder
Satisfaction ;gu a r antced o'
nionev back . t Cty
White King, Washing
Powder. A 1
CryW SUua Jtak Trays JQq
Tjrpewriting Paper Smooth
white stoi'k Cfi
SiMt.ufcm pUg. em-k ....
PIGGLY WIGGLY MEAT MARKET
Beef Pot Roast
Fresh Side Pork
We Deliver ,