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    3IEDF0RD MAIL TUTBUyE, MEDFORD, OREGON. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY IS. 1934.
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will probably rind
exactly the thing
you want to buy
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tise . . . It's Inex
pensive, effective!
per word first insect ion.....
(Minimum 33c
Each additional Insertion,
per word
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(Minimum 10c)
Per Una per month, without
copy changes --.-...$1.2o
Phone 75
FOR WANT ADS
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Pair chllds' glasses, engraved
gold rims. Phone- 1287.
LOST If dog missing, call 1518.-
WANTED FEMALE HELP
WANTED Woman for peneral house
work. References required. Call
510-J-3.
WANTED Competent girl for gen
eral housework Box 2238. Tribune
WANTED SITUATIONS
YOUNG woman, stenographer, desires
office work. References. Tel. 953-R.
WANTED MALE HELP
STEADY WORK GOOD PAY
SEVERAL choice openings In country
and town for reliable men or wo
men. No capital or experience re
quired. Write Mr. Thomas. Supt.,
426 Third St.. Oakland. Caltf.
TEA ANDCOFFEE ROUTE MEN
Bl reliable national company needs
3 mora men immeaiaieiy. rreviuu
experience unnecessary but must be
physically able and willing to serv
ice 2UU sieaay consumer on pro
tected route and work 8 hours I
dav. Route pav up to $37.50 ;
week. Writ Albert Mill. Ro'Jte
Mgr., 336G Monmouth, Cincinnati,
Ohio.
OLD established manufacturer will
finance responsible man in perma
nent business. Must have A-l ref
erences and car. Starting average
30 00 weekly. Steady Increase up to
100.00 for right man. No slack sea
aon or layoffs. Write promptly Mc
Connon & Company, Dept. AN497,
Winona, Minnesota.
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED Good gentle work horse,
weight about 1400 lbs. Must be
cheap for cash. B. M. Bush, Med
ford Electric.
WANTED TO RENT OR LEASE Mod
em six-room bungalow, preferable
with furnace. Phone 161 between 9
a. m. and 6 p. m.
WANTED Brushburner. State price.
Box 11733, Tribune.
WANTED 2 white Pekln hpns and
drake. Phone 131, Central Point.
WANTED To borrow H.700 on gilt
's, edge security. Box 11713. Tribune.
NOW IS THE TIME to have your
epraylng done, shrubbery and fruit
trees. Call 238-W.
WANTED Catering for luncheons.
dinners or night slippers. Anywnere
in valley. Miss Dally. Phone Tia-i.
LADY wants transportation to Long
Heach, Cal. Will share expenses.
Box 11705, Tribune.
INCOME TAX Let me prepare your
income tax return. Years of experi
ence. Both State and Federal are
now due. Fred L. Colvlg. 525 6.
Central. Phone 735-J.
WANT TO BUY 1!12!) Ford,
cheap. 333 W. Snd.
Must be
WILL care for elderly sick people in
my home. Phone 437-X.
W ANTED Household soods. stove,,
tools or what hive you. Medford
Brealn House. 27 N arspc St. Tsl.
1062.
JUNK WANTED
pay cash for JUNK BATTERIES
AND RADIATORS, ALUMINUM.
BRASS. COPPER and Junk of all
descriptions.
MEDFORD BARGAIN HOUSE
57 Nol Grspc. Tel. 1063
WANT TO RENT, with or without
house, 10 to 30 scre orchard tid
alfalfa ground. Box 2399. Tribune
MINING PROPERTIES It you have
Property to sell or wish to buy Set
Geo. 8 Barton. 33 N Qrspe St.
WANTED R,w furs, hides, pelts ird
wool, joe Konop. 120 So central.
Across from Montgomery Ward To
PAY CASH For raw fur,, hides.
Pelts, wool ,nd mohair
MEDFORD BARGAIN HOt'SE
37 N Grape St. Phjne 1J62
WANTED Five hundrtd ewe,. Ad
dress 3334. care Mall Tribune.
CASH for dry snd g.-efn beef h:des.
Pelts snd fur. See E.1sar Johnson
Peerless Market
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
FOR RENT 3-room furnished ,pt
3sth. hest. grs:e. 534 N. Bsrtlett
COMFORTABLY furnished apirtment.
Uvl.n room w::h Ilrfr.lace; large
t (11n:n; ro .m. k:tcer.r':p. dres:iv
"oom and bthro-:n. lio: and co'.d
ster. jtem heat n-1 l:,:its fur
nisaed. Rea.ont; rent. Apjily st
Mul Triouna.
FOR RENT 5-room house, close In,
modern, sleeping porch and garage,
well kept yard. Vacant Feb. 20.
Can be Inspected. 340 8. Orapa.
FOR RENT H o m a. furnished or
uniurulalied. Brown & White.
FOB KENT E00M BOARD
COR heated sleeping rooms oall 1399-L
ATTRACTIVE rooms 404 S. Orapa.
BOARD AND ROOM at 716 E. Main.
Rates very moderate.
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT Bungalow, alx apacloua
rooms, sleeping porch, furnace, tire
place, maple floors, garage. 40 y
2nd. Phone 137.
FOR RENT 3-room house, modern,
furnished, garage; adults only. In
quire 731 W. 3nd St.
FOR RENT 1033 W. 11th.
433 No. Holly.
34 No. Peach.
305 Tripp.
1110 W. 9th.
Call First Ins. Agency. 105.
Alter 6. H. H. Brown, 1670.
HOUSES 10. aia.50 and 1J. water
paid; wood range. Phone 105.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
ROOMS
3-ROOM furnished apta for rent, 15
to $8; lights and water. Opposite
owen-oregon Lumoer Co., No. Pa
cific highway.
FOR RENT Furnished sleeping room
375 So. Central.
FOR RENT Furnished room. 11 So
Orange.
FOR RENT
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR RENT Good orchard for rent
or lease or shares. Call 417.
LAND FOR RENT 10 acres, best sol!
In the valley, close In on paved
highway; suitable for corn, truck
garden, etc.; water paid. Phone
726-W or call at 922 Reddy Ave.
FOR EXCHANGE
TRADE Cattle for good team horses.
o or 9 years old. Frank Bryan,
Williams, Oregon.
FOR SALE OR TRADE white electric
sewing machine for light sedan.
Box 638. Tribune.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
46 ACRES, 10 In .wheat, good Im
provements, paved hwy., eleotrlclty.
$750. Take good car and cash. Home-
seekers Excnsnge, 402 East Main.
103 Acres 9 miles from Medford. Twen
ty cultivated, Irrigation available,
fair Improvements, price 61350,
6230 down, balance easy terms.
FIVE acres well Improved, good
bldgs. Fine free soil, closeln. Price
only 850 cash. This can't be beat,
WANTED furnished and unfur-
nlshednlshed houses to rent. Hove
three and S acre place for rent.
GAINER REALTY EXCHANGE
15 North Fir
FOR SALE Lovely small home. Will
sacrifice for 62.000; 61.000 cash or
car and soma cash. 316 Willamette.
FOR EXCHANGE Well located Swiss
bungalow, scml-modern: marine
view, garden plot, free wood, water;
for suburban Improved tract, for
poultry. Clear for clear. Box 114.
Bandon, Oregon.
FOR SALE Or trade for Portland
property, new up-to-date home;
also apt. house. Call 304 So. Grape.
FOR SALE 0-acre ranch with build
ing, 1 mile west of Phoenix.
Schermerhorn.
WHEN you think of real estate, think
of Brown 4s Whtle.
LARGE LOT Fruit and nut trees,
excellent soil. Sacrifice 6350. Writ,
Box 66. Mall Tribune.
FOR SALE A. with 3-roora house.
electric pump, woodshed, barn, for
quick sale 6350.00. E B. Bishop. Rt.
1, Box 250. mile So. Stewart Ave..
on Thomas Road.
FOR EXCHANGE REAL
ESTATE
CLEAR Portland house for Improved
acreage near Medford. Address. M.
L Ivy, 112.1 a. E. 36th Ave., Port
land. Oregon.
TRADE Oood California farm for
good farm In Rogue River valley.
Polk Hull, Allen Hotel, Medford,
Orctton
FOR SALE DOGS PETS
ROLLER canaries reasonable. 533-J-3.
FOR SALE LIVESTOCK
FOR SALE 30 weaner ptgs. Red
Duroc. Few fresh cows. Wagner
Creek road. Box 23.
FOR SALE Cow,, heifers: fresh ,nd
coming fresh soon. Schuette Bros
Anderson creek.
FOR SALE Wcners snd feeder ptgs
W. W. Urge, Williams, Or,.
FOR SALE Work and ssddl, horses
Medford Riding Academy. Phor.e
838-R.
FOR oALB Team
Kerby. Talent.
of mules. Henry
FOR SALE POULTRY
AND EGGS
for" SALE White Minorca hatching
e-:.. P. D. Lnle'.and. Central Point.
Plion, 19-X-X-X-l.
40 RED chicks
I569-Y.
now. Mrs. Dressier,
TOR SALE Bn.'f Orphlngton hens
j 249 Riverside.
FOR SA'jf .isl'tT Reds. Baby ehlek
order, tew, for M,rch deliv
ery. Cuxmina Poultry Ranch. 6
mis out M: way red. Central
Point Rt. 1.
PURE Bronze torr.4 vi pvi
lock 13 Jesse Nell. fo I. d
DAY OLnHICKS White Ujnorna
Hansen ,t:,ln. 6c: Rock, and ReU.
9c H::iest quality chicks Sen
tor etio Jn Pjltry farm.
T,n,eat, Or,.
FOR SALE-
MISCELLANEOUS
SPECIAL BARGAIN: EXTRA FINE
quality well cleaned hardy Idaho
Aiiiaavit urimm seed limited
amount 17.50 per 100 lbs. dellver-
ea. nave exceptional values of Com
mon, Certified Grimms end Cos
sack: Red alslke. white, and Sweet
Covers: also Grasses. Satisfaction
or seed returnable. Gladly mall
samples and prices. 1NTERMOUN-
J'aim seed CO., Twin Falls, Idaho,
FOR SALE Sheep guana alfted.
sacks for 1.00. Four Park Place.
FOR SALE 3-plece set bathroom fix
turcs, good condition. Will sell sep
arately. Phono 093 or 673.
FOR SALE Used sewing machines, all
makes: terms it desired. All makes
rented and repaired, white Sewing
.Tiacnine uo., if, re. Bsrtlett.
SAND, gravel, sediment, teamlug,
plowing, phon, 813-J.
FOR SALE 1 Majestic radio, 1 Phllco
isrge rocxer. aid Willamette.
HAY. wheat, barley, rolled or ground
u. a. uevoe. pnone aza-j-a.
FOR SALE Furniture, chairs, table.
Das. ,to. 714 Welch St., off w.
Jackson.
A RAINBOW GARDEN of glada. 100
large No. 1 bulbs, not less than 40
varieties. Value 5 or more for
2.50. One Jumbo Plcardy free.
F. H. Reum, 922 South Oakdale. '
MISCELLANEOUS
LADIBS'b eautlful silk hose, slightly
imperfect, 0 pairs 61.00, postpaid.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Economy
Hosiery Co.. Ashoboro. N. C.
UP TO 620.00 each paid for Indian
Head Cents; 6125.00 Large Copper
Cents 6500.00, Etc. Send dime for
llat. ROMANOCOINSHOP. Sprlng-
uciu, aaoee.
FURS cleaned, repaired and glazed.
Coats rellned. Medford Cash and
carry Cleaners. Phone 1700.
GOLD BOUGHT Redden & Co.
our new prices.
I BUY gold and lend money. Cecil
Jennings, corner Front and Main.
THOROUGHBRED stallion
Box 139, Spring street.
OLD PEOPLE well cared for; reason
able rates. Convalescent Homo.
Ashland.
FOR dressmaking, remodeling and
alterations, see Gladys Klme. 105
North Oakdale. Work guaranteed
DENTISTRY Dr.
Mam.
1. H. Gove, 235 E.
MINE BUYERS are requesting us to
ocuio tur tuviu gooa uoia prop
erties. If you wish to sell, write
Hsrry S Fry Si Company, 417 Davis
Bldg, Portland.
FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES
FOR SALE Bargain In adeTlverv
pickup. See White at Pennington's
Battery Service Si Oarage. Phone
. 903.
FOR TRADE 2 model T Fords, good
condition; yew wood bow. set silver
ware, for used car or what have
you? Edwin Rhodes, camp Wlthu,
auco rarx camn fi. .
LATE MODEL USED-CARS
1933 Ford model B 3-door Sedan.
1030 Ford 3-door Sedan.
1930 Bulck Sport Coupe.
1032 Plymouth Sedan.
1932 Chrysler 6 Sport Coupe.
1931 Chrysler 6 Sedan.
1937 Chrysler Coupe.
ARMSTRONG MOTORS, INC.
38 N. Riverside.
FINAL CLOSE-OUT
USED CAR BARQAINSI
THESE cars must be sold at once
nere a an opportunity to make some
real buys.
BRAND NEW Orahm 6 sedan
hasn't run a mile full equipment.
A new csr at a used car prlcel
NASH special 6 sedan In fine con
dition low mllesge a fine appear
ing and performing family car. '29
model.
CHEVROLET two-door aed,n.
1929 mode with complete equip
ment and Karry Keen trung good
tires good finish. A fine performer
ACT AT ONCE THESE THRUE
CLOSE-OUT BARGAINS APE
WORTH INVESTIGATING I
CRATER LAKE AUTOMOTIVE CO
103 So. Riverside Phone 302
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Abstract,
JACKSON CO.
ABSTRACT CO.
Abstract, of Title and
Title Insurance. The
only complete Title
System In Jackson
County.
MURRAY ABSTRACT CO, Abstracts
ot Till,. Room, 3 and 6. No. 63
North Central Ave., upstairs.
Nursery "Mock
"PLANT FILBERTS FOR BIG PROF
ITS" Prices smashed on high qual
ity fruit trees, shrubs, rose, and
oerry plants, unve: to W. B. Bar-
numa on Paelflo hlRhway, a miles
soutn or sieoiorn or Phone 831-R-3
CARLTON NURSERY CO, CARL
TON, OREGON.
Job Printing
MAIL TRIBUNE JOB DEPARTMENT
Best equipped plant in southern
Oregon. Printing of all kinds: book
binding: loose leaf ledgers snd
blanks, billing syatems. duplicating
cas.1 ,!e, slips ,nd everything in
the printing lines. 38-30 N. Orapa
Phone 75.
Chimney Hweep.
OEORGE EATON Chimney sweeping
na tree lopp.ng. JO ro. Front St
Telephone 1192-J.
Ilxpert Hlnduw L'lranrr,
LET GEORGE DO IT - Tel. 1173
House Cleaning. Floor W,xlng. Ori
ental Rug Cleaning specialty.
Transfer
HAWUY TRANSFER - Expert pack.
er, ana mover, src;al iivtuct
moving aquipment. Price, njht
619 Narth Riv,rsld. Phon, 1044-X
EADS TRANSTER 61 STORAGE CO
otiice 1015 No Cntral Phon, lit
Price, right service guaranteed
KF. NKINQ TRUCKINO C Trans
fer and ,t-ora We haul anything
at a reasonaole price. Ill No. fj
etTMi. Poor Ml.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
.Money to Lend
WE LEND MONEY ON FURNITURE
AND LATE MODEL AUTOS.
Three per cent per mouth on un
paid balance. No other charges. See
w. E. rnomas, 45 South Central,
ground floor Craterlan
Theater
Bldg. State License No. 8-157.
Palming and rapertianitlnf
M. A. BLISS Painting and paper
hanging. Tel. 646-W. ol3 S. Grape
LEGAL NOTICES
Warrant Tall
ftrhnnl nlst V. a rm.trnl nln
Notice Is hereby given that there
are funds on hand for the redemption
of warranto Nos. 1 to 4.15. Inclusive.
Interest win cesse on Februsry 18.
1934. Warrants payable st First Na
tional Bank. Medford. Oregon.
EALY LEEVER. Clerk.
School Dlat. No. 6.
DIESEL TRACTOR
A great deal of Interest la being
taken oy the public In a new trac
tor that I, being displayed at the
snow room of the Miller Tractor and
Equipment company In Medford, lo
cated on South Riverside. This trac
tor Is one of the first Diesel trac
tors to be delivered In Medford. This
tractor is not a new thing as there
has been In other localities tractors
of this dlscrlptton for some two or
three years.
The outstanding feature of this
tractor Is that It uses no sparkplugs
or carburetor, depending on the com
pression of the cylinder to explode
the fuel which Is of a low grade
nature similar to the oil that Is burn,
ed In heating furnaces.
This fuel costs about one-third
w.hat standard grades of gasoline
sells for snd as a result many re
ports of unbelievable economy la be
ing reported. The operating cost of
the fuel In many Instances have
been as low as ten cent an hour,
developing Its full horsepower. This
Is quite remarkable, for a gas trac
tor of the same horsepower would
use about 75 cents worth of gaao.
line. There will be a talk and dis
cussion on this tractor at the trae-
tor company's atore on r.hni,re ai
This will be an all day session and
is open to all people that are In-
terested In the dlesel tractors.
AS BAIT FOR DRINK
DILLON. Mont. (UP) This 1,
mm story so you can draw vour
own conclusions.
Harry Rice, salesman tmake a
noto of that.) waa telling the folks
about that time he waa fishing near
Gardiner.
Rice and a companion needed bait.
They caught some frogs. Rice saw a
rattlesnake trying to swallow an
other frog. He stepped on the rat
tler's neck, extracted the bait and
poured some whisky down the
snake's throat as compensation, so
the tale goes.
Fishing was resumed. A few mln
utes later It waa Interrupted. The
snake returned with another frog In
Its throat and a pleading look In Its
eyes.
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Allen Describes
New Dodge Truck
Types On Way
"A marked change has taken place
In vehicle buvlne durlne recent vears.
developing two general classes ol
truck buyers." according to W. W.
Allen, who announces that the Pierce
Allen Motor Co., local Dodge and
Plymouth dealer, has a shipment of
the new Dodge truck, en ' route to
Medford.
Mr. Allen ,ay: "There Is one group
which makes low Initial cost the first
consideration. Then there la a class
! wnlcn Rr''' stress on mail
mum durability and economy ot ope
ration.
"The first group I, chiefly eon
fined to purchasers of trucks In the
lower tonnage ranges. The higher
tonnage rangea obviously appeal to
the other group.
"It can not be fairly assumed, how
ever, that the buyer of the lower
priced trucks I, willing to overlook
either pay-load capacity, economy of
operation, satisfactory length of ser
vice life, or attractive appearance
whel he buya a truck at lowest pos
slbie cost.
"Today, the purchaser of a com
mercial vehicle who makes prices his
prime consideration expects at the
same time other qualifications. This
type of truck user looks carefully Into
mechanical and structural features
that promise him the most In unin
terrupted service and low-cost up
keep. :
"The fact that a truck manufsc- ;
Hirer Is known to have plants, pro
duction facilities and personal train
ing such as are associated with Dodge. I
is taken Into consideration. The dr-
cumstance that the vehicle la of de
cidedly advanced design and con
struction means much, because it-tn-dlcates
a transportation unit that Is
flower to depreciate. In these types
are to be found such outstanding
features as full-floating axles and
allow steel Inserts for exhaust valve
seats which, together with sllohrome
exhaust and nickel-chromium lntske
valves, reduce valve grinding and tap
pet adjustment almost to the vanish
Ing point.
"Brske drums are of the best cylln.
der Iron obtainable to give maximum
life and freedom from scoring. The
brakes themselves are hydraullcally
operated and. It follows, are auto
matically equalized, smooth and safe
In action.
"In chassla springs, on the other
h,nii' n,co manganese alloy la used
I ,n P"""cnce to cheaper carbon steels,
to the end that spring breakage may
do prevented even on the roughest
roads.
"In the higher tonnage classifica
tions, where low first coat Is still an
Important factor, but where the ma
jor consideration of the buyer Is to
operate a truck that Is capable of
day-ln and day-out service, carrying
heavy loads at minimum coats, per
formance becomes of greater Import
ance. "The Dodge Brothers' heavy duty
line ha been designed to meet all
requirements. The line consists or
five basic chassis models, ranging
from 3 to 1 tone In pay-load ca
poclty, and with wheelbases ,11 the
way from 150 to 330 Inches."
W. H. Bushkln, regional service
manager for Dodge Brothers' Corp.,
with headquarter. In San Francisco,
visited the Pierce Allen Motor Co..
Saturday and Instructed their me-
ehantca on equipment, service and
adjustments on the new Dodge auto
mobiles. Suits cleaned and pressed. iSc
Dresses 76c up. Tel. 836-J. Economy
Cleaner. 1738 No. Riverside.
I. Mu-ticaJ work:
bbr.
10. Prtlnlnf to
tht day ).(
paat
11. Small plaeaa
of contract
Inc color
II. Parformra
14. Rlvar: Bpanlia
It. Itand-ird
capable
11. Salt of aettto
acid
S3. Lock of hatr
2ft. Exnlat
j 27. Kind of bird
:P. Puitla
32. raanftiuran
n. fatklna
34. Placa whir
the Rtream
runs faat
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SI. Muacular
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40. Kumlnlna
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41. Wane down
44. Act of Mllinf
47. Co: Scotch
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Evangellst D. t,oyd Morgan ot
Marysvllle. Csllf., will begin an evon
gellstlo campaign at the First
Christian church next TueMtsy night.
The evangelist Is a -vrnnii.t oinri
i of the local nastor. w. n R.irrt h.
I has been pastor of the Marysvllle
' Christian church fur over ten
Mr. Balrd says, concerning hlin: "D.
Loyd Morgan Is an outstanding
speaker, an elocutionist of rare abll-
P. I.oyd Morgan.
Ity. and a preacher with a great mes
sage. Medford la fortunate In hav
ing him come here. I wish to extend
a personal Invitation to all my friends
to come and hear him."
Services win be held every night
except Monday. Special musical num
bers will be presented at each ser
vice. The musical program will be
gin at 7:30.
CMS
St. Mark', Episcopal.
Corner Oakdale and 6th street.
Sunday school. 10 a. m.
Holy communion, 11:15 a. m.
Main Street Methodist Church South
N. D. Wood, pastor!
Kingdom Extension la the general
subject for all our service, Sundsy.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
Sermon by the pastor, 11 a. m.
Speclsl music by the choir.
Young peoples' worship services.
8:45 p. m.
Evangelistic period, 7:30 p. m.
Phoenix Presbyterian Church.
Ralph S. Peterson, minister.
Church school, 10 a. m. J. O. N.
Pqllng, superintendent.
Morning worship. 11 a. m.
Sermon: "Worship, a Pillar
of
Stewsrdshlp."
O. E. societies at 6:30 p. m.
Thero la a group for everyone,
All
are welcome. Evening worship, 7:30
Sermon: "The Deserter."
Medford Company of Jehovah',
Witnesses.
The Medford company of Jehovah's
Witnesses are broadcasting a lecture
by Judge Rutherford over KMED
every Sunday morning from 10 to
10:15.
Jehovah's Witnesses meet for study
very Sunday morning, 10:30 o'clock,
and every Thursday st 7 p. m., at 102
Mistletoe street. All who are Inter
ested In Watch Tower Bible study are
welcome.
fhurch of the Foursquare Ooipel
Corner 4th and Bsrtlett.
D. W. Cameron, pastor.
Sunday morning. 9A6. Sunday
school; 11:00, missionary service.
Sunday evening. :45, Young Peo
pies' Cniaaders' aervice: 7:45. even
ing service, (evangelistic.) Subject.
"The Highways of Life; Where Do
They Lead?" (Illustrated)
Wednesday evening, 7:45, prayer
meeting at I ISO Nlantlo atreat. Every
one receive, a welcome.
Church of Ood
Corner of Haven and Holly Street,
D. M. rlemana, pastor
0:45 a. m. fliinday ,rhool.
II . m Morning worship per
iod. Subject: "Personal Evangelism."
7:50 to g:00 p. m Young people
In charge of opening period to eve
ning service, fluhjert: "Youth Re
sponding to God's Call "
1:15 to 0:00 p. m Pastor', sub
ject. "If I Shall Succeed." A series
of sermons to young people which
will continue on Sunday evenings
unui lurtner announcement.
The First Methnillat riitlrrh
West Main and Laurel Streets.
Joseph Knotts, Minister.
Sunday school 0:45 a. m. E. J. Neil-
mann, superintendent. Visitors wel
come.
Mornlnt- worship 11 a. m Sermon
them. "The find of George Wsshlng
ton and Abraham Lincoln." Olaf
Beveraon will sing. "O Love That Will
Not !t Me Go." by Herbert.
The Epa-orth League and Interme
dial leaeue meet at It AO p. m.
Erenlng worship 7 .10 p. m. Sermon
theme. "Jean, and Hla Fault Finder, "
Thla sermon ,howa how that Jeaus
did no: approve of "exciuaive cliques"
or "eiciusive sect" and that no de
nomination ha, a monopoly on aalva
tlon. C. A. Meeker will lead the ong
service and Mlsa dries Jo Burnett
will direct tho young people's chorus.
District meeting at Grant, paaa
Wedneday and Thursday.
The annual George Washington
banquet will be given by the Epworth
Usfu Thursday at 9 30 p. m,
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333 Haven Street
C. Edwin Cox. pastor
9:45 a. m Bible school.
11 a. m. Morning worVitp
Ser-
mon Dy tne pastor.
2:43 p. m. Prayer and prais, ser
vice. 7:00 p. m. Evening prayer and
evangelistic service.
People desiring a closer walk with
God. and the fullness of the Spirit
of Christ, are urged to meet with
us for our mid-week prayer and
Bible study, on Wednesday snd Fri
day nights. Come with us, and wor
ship. 9:45 a. m. Sundsy school.
11:00 a. m. Morning worship. Ser
mon by the pastor. "Contagion and
How?" Morning anthem, "ood is My
Salvation," sung by the chorus choir.
The Church quartette - will ,lng,
"Come, Ye Disconsolate."
8:00 p. m. Lost afternoon session of
the Bible conference, Mr. Mitchell
speaking.
6:30 p. m. Young people's devotion
al group meetings.
7:30 p. m. Evening worship. Eve
ning anthem. "O Taste and Seel"
Artdreos by Mr. Mitchell.
You are cordially Invited to share
these services with us.
Klrt. ltoitlst Church
W. H. Eaton. Minister.
Tree Mrthmllst Church
Corner of Tenth and Ivy streeta
E. N. Long, pastor
The Sunday school will meet at
9:45 a. m.
At II o'clock Rev. Konnet.h p.
Wesche. a missionary Just returned
from China will speak. He will also
speak to the Sunday irhool.
Y. P. M. S. will meet at 6:30 p. m.
Evening service at 7:30 p. m.
Beginning Tuesday evening. Feb-
niary 20th to 25th the Rogue River
Holiness association convention will
be held at the Free Methodist
church.
Dr. C. W. Butler, honorary pree
ldent of the National Holiness asso
ciation, will be the principal speak.
er.
First Presbyterian Cliurrh.
William J. Howell, minister.
Mrs. Wm. H. Gllmore. director of
religious educstion.
Bible school, 9:45. We have class
tor every age and a trained teacher
for each group. Come and bring the
children.
Morning worship 11. Sermon. Spec
ial music by the choir under the di
rection of Mrs. Elsie C.
Strang. Or-
ganlst. Miss Helen Jones.
Prelude "Nocture" Schummn
Offertory, "Loscla Ch'lo Plango".
Hande
Postlude "Postlude In D" Mourlan
Anthem "Savior When Night Involve,
'.ne Bky " Shelley
Incidental solo Mr Hobt. c. Wright.
Evenlns worship 7 30. Sermon.
This will be a rcr.l gospel service.
Come and enjoy It with us.
Church of the Nararene
John T. La Rose, pastor
Tho pastor will apeak at
both
service, Sunday. His theme
for
morning worship at 11 will be. "The
Three Ersa of Life." A message dir.
ected especially to the young peo
pie of the church and dealing with
i. tnougni 01 valentine day.
For the evening service at 7:80
tne theme will be "Damaged Goods.
The Sunday Bible achool meeta at
9:45 Sunday morning.
Young People's aoclety meeting, at
o:au ounasy evening.
Tho orchestra will furnish muslo
tor the Sunday school and also a.
alst the choir at th, evening eery-
ice.
Mid-week prayer and Slblo study
In the church Wedneaday evening at
i:ju to B:qo. studying th. Gospel
of St. John.
St. Peter', Lutheran Church.
(Missouri Synod)
E. Main St., and Portland avo.
H. H. Young, p,stor.
Sunday school at 9:45 o'clock. With
today w are beginning a study of
tho Saviors' suffering. There are a
series of si I lesions. Send your child
regularly to learn all of thl, gripping
atory. Our Sundy ,chool has classes
for children of ,11 age,.
No morning service today.
Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock.
This will bo tho first of a series of
Lenten services. Th, paator will de
liver a aeries of sermons on "Th,
Mlraclea of Golgotha." Them, of to
day's sermon: How to View th.
Miracles of Golgotha. The general
public, especially those who are not
connected with any church, ar, cor
dially Invited,
Sunday school teacher, meet Wed.
nesdsy evening st 8:00.
Kiaiigelti-nt Lutheran Cburch.
Fourth street, near Oakdale ve.
Geo. P. Kahele, D.D.. pastor.
"Paul", Plea" will ba the subject of
the sermon at 11 a. m. Special mu
sic by the choir under tho direction
of Mlsa Genevieve Brown.-
"Law vs. Gospel," or "The Chris
tian's Liberty," Is the subject for the
7 45 p. m. service. The light ot Scrip
lure will be thrown on surh ques
tions sa: What Is Law? Gospel? The
function of each In our salvation?
What goanel Is not a gospel though
preached by "an sngel from heaven?"
What preachera ,r pronounced ac
cursed? What, liberty was purrhased
for ua with Christ's blood? What
liberty did the Jerusalem Apostolic
Council decree Christians should have.
snd for which Paul and Luther con
tended that we might enjoy It? Is
keeping the seventh day as Sabbath
required? Who put themselves tinder
the law's bondage aim curse? What
law will the Christian keep and why?
By what will the Christian be
Judged? The non-Christian? Why?
Sunday school 10 m., with classes
for ,11 ,,.
Luther Leagn devotional meeting
at, 7 p. m. Topic: "Whither Bound?"
Leader, Mlaa Irene Brewold.
Lenten service neat Wednesday at
7:45 p. m. Subject: "Prophecy Ful
filled In Oetheemeiw by the Buffer
ing Saviour."
Tho general public I, heartily In
vited to all our services. Come and
get acquainted with tho original and
greatest Protestant ohurch, which
makes tho way plain.
Flrat Christian Church
Ninth and Oakdale si.
W. R. Balrd, minister.
Bible school at 9:45 a. m.
Centner, supt.
l. a
Everyman's Bible class In court
house auditorium at 0:45.
Morning worship begins at 10:53.
Anthem. "Thou Wilt Keep Him In
Perfect Peace," Wilder.
Sermon. "Every One In Hla Plac.,
chrlatlun Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
Evening evangelistic service at 7:30.
Anthem. "Living for Jesus." Lowdeff
Sermon. ""Who's Wrong?"
Don't miss thla sermon. You hart,
heard so many different teaching!
lately. All cannot be right so "Who'a
wrong?" Let ua examine the scrip
tures snd find out. Our evangelistic:
services begin on Tuesday evening.
Evangelist D. Lloyd Morgan Is a flna
speaker. Services every night except)
Monday.
First Church of Christ, Scientist
Authorized brunch of The Mother
Church, The First Church of Christ,
Scientist, In Boston, Mass.
Services are held every Sunday at
11 o'clock, church edifice. 212 North
Oakdale. Subject for Sunday, Feb.
ruary 18: "Soul."
Sunday achool at 0:30. Applicant,
tinder the age ot twenty may b
admitted.
Wednesday evening meetings, which
Include . testimonies of Ghrlstlaa
Science healings, at 8 o'clock.
The reading room, which Is locat
ed at 401 in the Medford building,
la open dally from 7 a. m. to 8 p.
m. except Sunday, and holldaya.
Tho librarian Is In attendance from
10 to 4 at which time the Bible and
all authorized Chrlation Science lit
erature may be read, borrowed, or
purchased.
The public Is cordially Invited to
attend the services and vlalt Via
reading room.
The Federated Churches.
Jos. M. Johnson, psstor.
Centrsl Point. Oregon.
"Jesus' Power to Help" Is the lea
son title this week. Scripture la
Matt. 8. Read the parallel paasagea.
too. Our school opens at 0:45. All
are welcome here.
This Is a great day for young
Christiana. Their live, and their
services are needed as never before.
Young people will be welcome In all
church services. Make your life and.
Influence tell for Christ. Our services:
begin at 6:30 p. m.
Young people will have charge of
the opening service In the Sunday
evening worship hour. We Invito tha
attendant and the service of all who
seek an opportunity to make Christ
known.
In the morning church servlos Ra.
Jsck Mitchell, who hsa been conduct
ing Bible classes In Medford and Ash
land during the week will brrng tb
messsge, and in the evening service
the topic will be "How ShaU Wo
Overcome?" by tho paator.
Wo know that you will enjoy with
ua tho Interesting and helpful open
ing worship period. Bring your
; friends. .
.
Presbyterians Hold
Special Prayer Day
Tho World', Day of prayer was
observed In Medford Friday at tha
Presbyterian church, where an all
day session was held. Covered dish
luncheon waa served at noon.
In the morning a federation of
Women's Missionary societies was or
ganized, Including women from all
the churchea In tho city. Mrs. A. J.
Hanby presided and In tho after
noon tho program of tho World', D,jr .
of Prayer waa conducted. Tftero wero
100 people present.
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