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MEDFORD UIIL TRIBUTE, MEDFORD, OREGON, SUNDAY, 'APRIL 29, 193i.
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. FOE WANT ADS
LOST AND I'OUND
LOST it dog missing, call 1516
WANTED FEMALE HELP
SDeMer. " Sent pay. Stamp
urpartlculars. Commercial
Service, Mlllord. u,h-
MENFOR TELEVISION
Veronal .fJ'JSdMSeacccPted
win en preiininary tralnmg
2nd tten taken to Nation Brood
lasting Studios for practical experl
c..?,?..f h able to share small
which can be ar-
ranged for ejapttd. See Mr.
La Senay, imuv"- . .
only.
MIDDLE AGBD LADY for cooking and
general nousewoia.
jacksonvlUe highway.
WANTED Capable woman to assist
general housework, " -"-.
good home, small wages. Box BB0
Tribune.
winrn Exocrlenced waitress. Ap
ply Diamond Cale.
MALE OR FEMALE
MAN OR WOMAN Not over 46 years
old Qood health. To qualify for
Retail Store work and Government
vrritnce unnecessary.
Special training. Applicant m this
J;.-,- ifai.iF0ri bv Field Man
ager. Write Box 48, Mall Tribune.
GOVERNMENT JOBS
.17W A NT! WOMEN
Storekeeper-Ganger at Medford about
M.iv 15- Ages 23 to 60. Sa.ary
.is. c xtart. StenoB.-
tvmst exams, coming up. Apply
Medford Hotel. Room 416, Friday,
Saturday and Sunday, only.
WANTED MALE HELP
IF YOU WANT TO GET YOUR GRO
CERIES and household supplies at
i. h . wonderful chance
to make $32.50 a week besides, send
me your name Immediately. No ex
perience necessary. New Ford Sedan
given to producers. Albert Mills,
6437 Monmouth. Cincinnati. O. ,
"INSTRUCTION"
Medford government examinations al
cohol ganger; storekeeper- Applica
tions closo Mny 1. Experience un
necessary. $2000-2500 year. Full
particulars wui.
Fronklln Institute, Dept. 53 S. a.,
Rochester, N. Y. '
STEADY WORK - GOOD PAY
Several choico openings In country
and towns' for rellablo men or wo
men. 'No capital or experience re
quired. Writs Mr. Thomas. Supt.,
426 Third St., Oakland. Calif.
MEN FOR DIESEL
Company representative now select
ing men for this field. Those quali
fying given preliminary training at
homo then taken to Los Angeles at
our expense tor practical work in
our Diesel shops. Must furnirh
character references and be able to
carry small share of training ox
pense on easy basis. See MR. COX,
Hotel Mediord, Friday, Soturday
and Sunday.
WANTED SITU ATI0 NS
IMDDLEAGED LADY wants house
work or practical nursing. Refer
ences. Phone IO-F-13.
YOUNO MAN wants work for board
and room. Box 995, Tribune.
WANTED To care for little child
over three years old. Reasonable
rates. Phone 582-R.-
WANTED-MIBCELLANEOUS
WANTED Wood sawing outilt. Write
details to Box 381. Rt. 1, Medford.
WHAT have you in San Diego or vici
nity for Ashland residence or Busi
ness Bldg. Write Owner, 4480 33rd
Place, Sun Diego, Calif.
WANTED To borrow $oO0. Improved
r1ty property, value $1500. Box
956. Tribune.
I HIVE pasture for 4 or 5 more cows
Close in on Stewart. Tel. 4-P-l.
WANTED To buy men's good usable
clothing. Jennings Loan Office. 41
Fouth Front St.
WANTED 2nd hand furniture We
buy. sell and trade. Berrydsl 2nd
Hand Store. 1603 North Riversdc
Telephone 208.
WANTKU Laundry completed. 50c a
djzen. Telephone 503-J
W.lLVay hit hest cash price for your
poultry and ej See us before
you sell- Medford Poultry and fVjt
Co Phone 16.
WANTED Lace curutiu to launder.
--rk gusrsnteed; 2c up 244 So
G:p.
WANTED--MIS0ELLANZOUS
FURNITURE re-upholstered.
969-R. Thlbault.
WANTED Raw fura. hldea, pelta and
wool. Joe Konop. 130 So. Central.
Across from Montgomery Ward 30
WANTED Wool 4s mohair. Top prices.
See J. J. Osenbrugge.
WANTED Wool, mohair, hldea and
pelts See us before you sell. Wool
baga and twine for aale. Medford
Bargain House, 37 N. Grape St.
Phone 1063.
WANTED TO BUY 10-ton mill or
more, crusher, amalgamator. Advise
price and where can be seen. 41?
Davis Bldg, Portland. Ore.
WANTED 2nd hand goods and Junk
Pat's, 1806 Prune St. Phone 647-L.
WANT TO BUY 1820 Ford,
cheap. 333 W. 2nd.
WANTED Household goods, stoves,
tools or what have you. Medford
Bargain House. 27 N. Grape St. lei
1062.
WILL care for elderly tick people In
my home. Phone
JUNK WANTED
We pay cash for JUNK BATTERIES
BRASS. COPPER and unk of all
descriptions.
MEDFORD BARGAIN HOUSE
27 Nol Grape. Tel. 1083
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT Furnished 3-room house,
garden, lights and water. 9 per
month. 2 miles out. Tel. 4-F-3.
FOR RENT Unfurnished house. 4
rooms and breakfast nook. Phone
689-J-3.
6-ROOM furnished house. 210 Laurel
FOR RENT 5-robm house, modern.
close In; oil heater, electric range,
piano, garage; $20. water paid. Tel,
788. B. J. Palmer.
FOR RENT 6-room unfurnished
house at 633 pine. Key at 333 East
Jackson.
FOR RENT 6-room unfurnished
house. Tel. 603-L.
FOR RENT 4-room house and 14
acre garden land.- cheap. Inquire
Baker Service sta., Mra. Lime.
FOR RENT Modern 6-room house,
sleeping porch, basement, garage
and garden plot; close In; $20, water
paid, inquire 18 N. Fir St.
STRICTLY MODERN 6-room bunja-
low; fireplace hardwood floors, nice
lawn, shrubbery, good location, rent
$20. 542 Haven, pnone lei.
FOR RENT Homes, furnished or
unfurnished Brown & White.
FOR RENT 5-room house. 8 bed.
rooms, on Mistletoe. Inquire 376 so
central.
FOR RENT 6-room house, unfurn
lshed. newly done over, good loca
tlon, $15.00 a month, water paid
Inquire 624 N. Holly. Tel. 745-J.
NICE 7-room house for rent. Call at
817 W. 10th.
HOUSES $10. $12.60 and $15. water
paid; wood range Phone 105
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
FURN. apt. for rent. Call at Apt. 3,
carglll court alter fi p. m.
FOR RENT Modern furnished 2,
room apt. 346 N. Bartlett.
FOR RENT Furnished 3-room apart
ment; adults. 243 N. Holly.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished apis;
shady lawn. 616 N. Central.
FOR RENT 3-room apt, partly fur
nished; also sleeping room; close In.
30 60. Fir.
COMFORTABLY furnished front
apartment In Mall Hrlbune Bldg.
Living room with fireplace; large
dining room, kitchenette, dressing
room and bathroom; hot and sold
water, steam heat and lights fur
nished. Reasonable rent. Apply at
Mall Tribune.
3-ROOM APTS. 525 No. Riverside.
FOR RENT ROOM BOARD
PLEASANT rooms, board.
Oakdale.
FOR heated sleeping rooms oall 1399-L
ATTRACTIVE rooms 404 S. Grape.
BOARD AND ROOM at 716 B. Main
Rates vory moderate.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
ROOMS
SLEEPING ROOMS for rent, 375 80.
Central.
FOR RENT
MISCELLANEOUS BACHELOR CABINS 445 So. Front.
FOR RENT Improved 3 aure tract,
garden land, close In. Part fruit and
berries. 402 E. Main.
FOR EXCHANGE
EXCHANGE Fum. re-upholsterlng
for lumber, wood, fish polea and
reels. Phone 069-R.
FOR SALE OR TRADE White electric
sewing machine for light sedan
Box 638. Tribune.
FOR EXCHANGE REAL
ESTATE
rOR SALE OR TRADE Cabin on
R.-tfiu, riwr near Sunset-on-the-
Rocue. Will accept light car as
part payment and easy terms on
balance. Property all clear. Phone
903 or 860.
WILL TRADE equity of $1700 In new
6-room house, cice m on pavement,
3 lots, tor a small mcdern house.
clear. Phone 682-R.
RO.aFJ?URO Acresee near New So;
d:era' Home. Wonderful location
for beer garden, camp ground, gar
rten'.ne. All city conveniences Ex
change for Medford property or
what have you? Clear for clear.
No Junk Room 323. Jsckson Hotel,
Medford. or 8837 N. E Dolores Ave,
Portland.
FOR TRADE Willamette valley farm
200 A. $16 WO want river bottom
farm near Medfi.ri of equal value
Boa lli4, I.-lDjiic. ,
FOR EXCHANGE REAL
ESTATE
FOR SALE or trade lor clear city
property. 124 acres, close In, mostly
river bottom, free water (or part,
60 cultivated, god Improvements,
Stocked and equipped, ,8400. 19
North Fir. Phone 181.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE Nearly two acres on high
way two miles south of i-aieni.
room house, garage, good well, ber
ries, some alfalfa. For QUICK SALE,
MOO cash, or will take good light
cor and some cash. W. H. Luther.
336 North Riverside.
CAN YOU BEAT THIS?
4 Acres free soli, only 3V4 miles from
Medford. y, mile to school; -i acres
In alfalfa .balance garden and ber
ries: 6-room home, water piped to
house, electrlo lights, barn, garage,
chicken house. All for 8850, with
$350 down, balance on terms at 6.
MAKE A THOUSAND ON THIS
6-room modern, plastered home In
exoellent condition; living room.
dlnlns room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms.
bath, double garage. Located on
comer lot. naved two aides, over
91,000 of pavement paid in full,
only 5 blocks from Medford's busi
ness district. Location on lot for
suburban store. Buy this for 61200
cash.
CHARLES A. WING AGENCY, INC.
FOR SALE 100-acre farm on Rogue
river, near Crater Lake highway.
About 100 acres river bottom land.
free water right. More than one
mile Roeue river frontage, excel
lent fishing. Buildings, and all
fenced. Total price only $10,000.
Pay $4,450 cash, balance $350 per
year, earl tumi, wocrty eing.
FOR SALE 10 acres excellent soil:
7-room modern house: perpetual
domestic water supply: V4 mile off
Pacific highway, south of Medford
Priced to sell. Write P. O. Box 829,
Medford.
FOR SALE 10 acres, 8 Ladlno clover,
balance wheat: good 5-room house,
new barn, garage, woodshed, 2
chicken houses. Located 2V4 miles
Medford; good road. See owner. 616
McAndrews road;
FOR SALE OR TRADE A fully equip.
ped retail grade A dairy rent lor
$78 mo. for email acreage or mod
ern home In Medford. 618 8. central
WHEN you think of real estate, think
of tsrown as wnue.
LARGE LOT Fruit and nut trees
excellent soil Sacrifice $250 Write
Box 68. Mall Tribune
FOR SALE LIVESTOCK
FOR SALE Reg. Guernsey bull 2 yrs.
old, price $85. His mother produced
625 lbs. B. F. in one year. J. Mun-
sell, Jacksonville,
FOR SALE Fresh Jersey or Guern
sey cows. E. B. Lucas, Beagle.
FOR SALE Young 1100 lb. mare good
for either riding or working. Rea
sonable. Phone 334-J-4.
FOR SALE Young Guernsey cow.
Mrs. Jessie M. Mlnear. Kings high-
way.
FOR SALE 3 young first-class Jersey
cows, lust irosn. Leaving town,
402 E. Main. .
SHEEP Purebred flock. 40 ewes and
45 lambs. L. A. Salade. Central
Point. Ore.
FOR SALE Fresh cows.
Schultz, Beagle, Ore.
FOR SALE POULTRY
AND EGGS
FOR SALE Setting hens. Call 322-X,
FOR SALE White Leghorn hens. Te
6J4-Y.
RED SETTING BOGS. Phone 4-F-4.
PURE Bronze tome, cockeran's prize
stock. $5. Jesse Nell. Rt 1, Aaniand
FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES
GOOD USED CARS
Hi3h grade cars at Reasonable Prices.
laay cnrysier eeoan.
1034 Studebaker Sedan.
1931 Chrysler Conv. Coupe.
1929 Packard 8 Sedan.
1928 Hudson Coupe.
1929 Desoto Sedan.
ARMSTRONG MOTORS, INO,
. as N. Riverside.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 1928 Ford 1
ton truck, with or without duals;
consider car, Phone S41-J-3.
FOR SALE '25 Chev. coach and
Chev. roadster with box. Hl-Way
Exchange, south of Phoenix.
FOR SALE Model T Ford touring,
electrlo washing machine. Bargain.
Route 4. Box 77.
FOR SALE
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 2 horses. 8 -shovel culti
vator or trade for spike-tooth har
row. Also good springer Jersey cow
for sale. Ed vogci, Mcaiora, ivouie
1. BOX 364.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Approximate
ly quarter ton galvanized naroea
wire: also oio, rage lu-oar wnw,
used. BARGAIN if taken at once
Volney Dixon, Nat Bldg.
FOR SALE or trade for cow, electric
motor, Dump and tank. R. 1, box
138, Talent.
PIANO BARGAIN
Good used pianos and one player
nerfect condition, very cheap, no-
possessed Bungalow upright, like
new. will sell for balance of con
tract. Baldwin Piano Shoppe, 26
So. Grape.
REDWOOD POSTS Special price few
daya only, mipect same ai m;
office, volney Dixon, 124 No. R:
eraido.
TWO OUTBOARD MOTOPa for ial,
almost new. Hubbsrd Bros.
FOR SALE Two 1'4-lnch centrifugal
pumps. Phone 841-J-3.
FOR SALE Federation wheat.
194, Central Point.
FOR SALE BAROAINS Easy Terms
Kelvlnator Refrigerator
PTlglnelre Refrigerator
Oriental Ruga
Electrlo Vacuum Cleaner
Radio
Delco Light Plant
Commercial Finance Corporation.
Phone II.
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS
HAY. wheat, corn, rolled or ground
barley. Can deliver. O. A. DeVoe.
6J3-J-3.
FOR SALE Manure. J. A. Manke.
two miles east of Jacksonville, tf
SEE the D. A. V. Trading Post for
used furniture, light repairing of
all kinds, and car washing and
greasing. 35 South Riverside.
SAND, gravel, sediment, teaming.
plowing. Phone 91 2-J.
FOR SALE Used sewing machines, all
makes; terms if desired. AU makes
rented and repaired. White sewing
Machine Co., 24 N. Bartlett.
VERY cholos long spurred Columbine
plants. Phone 1173-Y. call at 1002
W. 11th.
FOR SALE Hay grinder and engine.
330 no. ivy.
EMPTY FLOUR SACK SALE
special sale on Flour Sacks, large
size, Is being held by Fluhrer's BaU
ery. They are selling a full dozen
of heavy muslin sacks for 89c the
dozen. The sale will last until the
overstock of sacks Is cleaned up.
WORLD BOOKMAN Encyclopedia, set
eua.uu. box 1072, Tribune.
FOR SALE Trailer, cosh register,
adding machine, boots, ehoes, gum,
tents, fishing tackle, etc. Buy, Sell
rraae. an North Riverside.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Climated
good Yellow Dent seed corn, 2'2o
10., or take wood, call at 7 Chest,
nut or Phone 1222-R.
MISCELLANEOUS
LADIES' Beautiful Silk Hoae. Slightly
imperiecc. s pairs $1.00 postpaid.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Economy
Hosiery Co., Asneboro, N. C.
DIABETICS Glad to tell of real re
lief In grave case by simple natural
means without needle or starva
tion. N. H. Boles, 318 Bayvlew, Scat-
tie, wn.
FOR good sandy top soil and fertil
izer, aiso gravity dump body, call
Anay uverstreet, Phone 60, care
Medford Concrete Construction Co,
ASK US about saving nearly 60 of
your fluwmaouD insurance. H, A
Kroschet, 33 N. Grape St.
LAWN Mowers sharpened. Medford
vycie anop, ?9 n. fit. Phone 361
DENTISTRY Dr. I. a Gove. 235 E
Main.
JOHN H. LOCK Painter and Decora.
tor. First-class. Reasonable. Tel
903-R.. Res. 124 King.
MONEY LOANED
On anything of value.
We buy, aell, trade or exchange.
CECIL JENNINGS
New location 41 So. Front.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Abstracts
JACKSON CO.
ABSTRACT CO.
Abstracts of Titlt and
Title Insurance The
only complete Title
8 y s t e m In Jackson
county.
MURRAY ABSTRACT CO. Abstracts
of Title. Rooms 8 and 6, No 82
North Central Ave. upstairs.
Trans! er
RBINKTNG TRUCKING O. Trans
fer and storage We haul anything
at $ reasonable price, til No Fir
Street Phone 882.
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BADS TRANSFER & STORAGE OO.
Offlce 1016 No. central. Phone $16
Prloea right, dervtia guaranteed.
HAWLEY TRANSFER Expert pack
ers and mover Special livestock
moving equipment. Prices rvjbl
618 North Riverside Phone 1044-X
Wall Paper Cleaning.
WALL-PAPER CLEANING, lo per q.
ft. Mr. Black, 310 N. Bartlett.
fcxpert tvindow Cirauers
LET GEORGE DO IT Tel. 1173
House Cleaning, Floor Waxing. Ori
ental Rug Cleaning specialty.
Puilfiliig andraperhfluglng
M. A. BLISS Painting and paper
hanging Tel 648-W. o.8 8 Grape
CHARLES W. LEMERY, M. D.
Diseases and Surgery of the Eye.
Ear, Nose and Throat.
Glassea Fitted.
304 Medford Bldg., Medford, Or.
Consultation Hours, 10 to 18 nd
3 to 5.
Office Phone 667. Res. Phone 1013.
Job Printing
MAIL TRIBUNB JOB DEPARTMENT
Best equipped plant in southern
Oregon. Printing of all kinds; book
binding: loose leaf ledgers and
blanks. Silling systemi, duplicating
ca&h rjalee slips and everything In
tne p'.mting lines. b-bu n. urspe
Phom- 75.
Alonry to Lend
WE LEND MONEY ON FURNITURE
AND LATE MODEL AUTOS.
Tbrea ner oent ner month on un
paid balance No other charge. See
W. E. Thomaa. 46 South Central,
ground floor craterian Theater
Bldg. State License No 8-167.
ARE ANNOUNCED
FI
Principal's office at th local Junior
high school has announced the honor
roll for the alx weeks period, ruteen
students In the 9A were listed, while
eight of the 8A clas were named.
The roll follows:
7B Piatt, Lalghton -, 4A 3B
7A Daugherty, Buxton - 6A 3B
Younger, Donald . 1A 6B
8B Schaffer, Evelyn . 4A 3B
8A Oarlock, Ruth 3A 3B
Harwood, Corlnne ............ 2A 3B
Hodgklns. Edtth U 3B
Kellogg. Mary 1A 4B
LeFevre, Rae 1A 3B
Murdock, Helen 2A 3B
Scovell. Ellzobeth 4A IB
Wertz, Bertha 3 A 4B
9B Chaney. Rebecca . 1A 3B
McElhose, Mary Louise ... 1A 3B
Norton, Margaret ... 4B
9A Armstrong. DeWltt 3A 2B
Barnwell, Clare T 1A 2B
Dale, Delia Mae - 1A 3B
Ford, Dean 4B
Gibson. Shirley B
Hammond, Virginia ......... 4A
McKee, Leah ......... 1A
Metcalf, Donna . '
Montleth, Dorothy ........... 1A
O'Neal, Mabel : 3A
Piatt, Jean 3A
Reter. Peggy ........ ...... 3A
Seller. Cherokee 3A 3B
Thatcher. Jeanette ... 6A
Whlllock. Edith ..... 3A 3B
Mra. Marie Christenson of Gold Hill
called on Mrs. B. O. Flene Friday
evening.
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R JUNIOR HIGH
St. Mark's Church
Rev. E. S. Bartlatn, Rector.
Holy communion. 8 a. m.
Morning prayer and sermon, 11:18,
Church school, 10 a. m.
Phoenix Presbyterian Church
Ralph 8. Peterson, minister.
Church school 10 a. m. J. o. N
Poling, superintendent.
Morning worship, 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor Groups, 7 p. m,
Evening worship, 8 p. m. This
service will honor the Builder of
the Trail and Pioneer Boys and their
parents. Short ceremonials will be
given by both boys' clubs.
Main fitreet M. E. Church, South
N. D. Wood, pastor.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
Morning worship, 11 a. m, Rav.
A. Shepherd will preach.
Young people'a service, 6:46 p. m.
Evening service at 7:30 p. m. In
charge of Women's Missionary soc
iety. A missionary play "Seven Keys
to Baldpate," wilt be presented. Spec-
al music.
Bible atudy and choir practice on
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
Church of the Foursquare Gospel
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. Classes
for all aces.
11 a. m. Morning worship.
6:46 p. m. Crusader's meeting.
7:45 p. m. Evangellstlcal messages.
Evangelist Eleanor Jolly bringing
her closing mease ge. Those who have
beard her have aurely enjoyed hear.
Ing the Inspiring message from
God's word. Do not fait to hear this
message, "The Heart' Door."
7:45 p. m. Wednesday evening
service.
7:45 p. m. Friday Prayer meeting.
Advent Christian Church
Corner Weat Jackaon and Walch Sta.
Bible school t 9:.5 a. m.
Sermon by pastor at 11 a. m. ftub
jeot, "To What End tha Study ot
Prop,heoy?"
Sermon by Elder I. Dupr.y at 7:3D
m.
On Wednesday, May 1, at' 7:30 p.
., Rev. Geo. Cooprlder ot Belling.
ham, Waah., will hold ervlc. Rev.
Cooprlder la a talented and Interest
ing speaker, Bringing a message
which appeal to th young M well
a the old.
All are welcome to Vmm Mtvlce.
The Full Gospel Tabernacle
Newtown street, off Main. J. Logan
Stuart, pastor.
8unday school, 0:45.
Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Ser
mon text, "roe Ail suiiuuent
Ohrlat."
Bvaniteltatlo moetlng, 7:80 p. m.
"God's Questional? Regarding Sin"
will be the sermon text (or th Sun
day evening service.
Prayer meeting Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.
Blbl atudy Thursday evening,
7:30. A large chart la being used,
bring your Bible.
The ohurch Invites the public.
ruurrb ot God
Corner of Haven and
Holly
street. D. M. Clemens, pastor.
Sunday Achool. 9:46 a. m.
Morning worship, Jl a. m. Subject
The Way of Peace."
Young people In charge of open
ing period, 7:30 p. m., to evening
servtc.
Preaching service, 8:00 p. m. Sub
ject, "Preparedness."
Prayer service Wednesday, 1:30 p,
m. Brother William Garrison, leader,
Missionary Circle Thursday, 10 a.
m. to 4 p. m., at the home of Mrs.
Raymond Chapman, Maple Drive.
Mrs. D. M. Clemens, director. ,
St. Peter's Lutheran Church
(Missouri Synod)
East Main street and Portland ave
nue. K. H. Young, pastor.
Sundsy school and Blbl class at
10 o'clock.
Morning worship at 11 o'clock.
Theme: "What of All Thing Is
Most Profitable?"
After service th pastor will give
15 minute talk In th. Interest ot
the mission forward movement.
No avenlng servlo.
Th Sunday school teachers meet
Wednesday evening at 8:00 o'clock.
Th public 1 always welcom.
First Christian Church
Ninth and Oakdal.
W. R. Balrd. Minister.
Bible school at 0:43 a. m.
Gentner, auperlntendent,
L. P
Everyman's Bible class meets In th
court house auditorium at 0:46.
Morning worship begin at 10:88.
Anthem, "Th Earth Is th Lord''
(Enrhsrdt). Sermon subject, "Th
Formldablcnesa of Jesus."
Christian Endeavor at 8:30 p. m.
Evening evangelistic services. 7:30,
Anthem, "Hallelujah for tha Cross'
(by McQranahan). Sermon subject.
"Paul's Mes.isg. to the Non-ohrlst-
tlan." If Paul came to Medford, what
would b his mossnge to thos w.ho
do not belong to any church?
(first Baptist Church
W. H. Eaton, minister.
0:48 . m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship.
8:30 p. m. Young People's dvo.
tlonal group meetings.
7:30 p. m. Evening servlo..
It 1 our good fortune that. In ad
dltlon to the ususl features of our
Sunday service., address. will be
given, both morning tnd evening, by
recognized men from th foreign
mission fields. Rev, Carl Hummel
lat of the Central American ml'
slon, will h th morning speaker,
snd Rev. E. M. V.nDUMn of the
Bolivia Indian mission, will give the
evening address, Thos remarkable
men will be followed, on Monday
night, by the famous Dr. Judd, ot
th China Inlsnd mission. We are
especially happy In th coming of
the, outstanding men of the for
eign mlaslon fields, and ar glad to
Invite th ptopl of Medford to hear
them.
Valuable and Interesting Informa
tion, a wider vision and a new
thrill.
Medford Company of Jehovahl
Wltnenwi
Jehovah's Witnesses are broadcast I
Ing a lecture by Judge Rutherford j
over KMED every Sunday morning
from 10 to 10:16. j
Judge Rutherford la considered the
greatest Bible exponent of the pres
ent age and his hooka of Scripture
explanations are now translated into
68 languages. His lectures explain
that Bible prophecy la now being ful
filled and by listening In 16 minutes
each Sunday one mill hear an expla
nation of world conditions and their
outcome.
Jehovah's Witnesses meet for study
every Sunday morning at 10.30 and
every Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock
at No. 102 Mistletoe street. All In
terested In Watch Tower Bible atudy
are welcome.
First Preshyterlan Church
William J. Howell, minister. Mrs.
William S. Ollmore, director of re
ligious education.
Bible school, 0:48. A group for
every age and a trained teacher In
every group. We want you this Bun
day. 11 a. m. Morning worship. Ser
mon, "America and the Spiritual."
Special muslo by the choir under
the direction of Mrs. Elsie O. Strang.
Mlia Helen Brown, organist.
Prelude, "Shepherd's Hymn," Heller;
offertory, "Variations from Theme in
S," Mourlan; anthem, "Seek Te the
Lord." Dr. D. F. Roberts; soloist.
Maurlnsj Duncan, soprano; poetlude.
"Recew tonal March." Heller.
Young People'a societies, 8;S0. No
evening service).
Come and worship with ua today.
Zlon Evangelical ' Lutheran Church
Fourth street at Oaxdal avenue,
(too. P. Kabel. D. D., pastor.
Th Sunday school meet at 10 .
m. with daaeea for all agea. Parents
are Invited to come with their chll'
dren and to attend the Blbl elans
taught by th pastor.
Morning service 11 a. m. "The
Knights of Pythlaa and the Pythian
Sisters will be special guest of the
church at this service. Special muslo
by th choir under th direction of
Mlaa Qenevlev Brown. Sermon ub
Ject: "Followablp In Action."
Luther League at 7 p. m. This
will be "Luther League Day" with
Everett Bingham as leader. An old-
fashioned hayrack party with a
wienie roaat Is planned for Monday
evening, by th leaguers.
The general nubile la always heart
ily welcome to th eervte ot Zlon
ohurch.
Church of the Nazaren
John T. La Rose, Pastor.
Sunday achool, 0:45,
Morning worship, 11. "Children ot
God" will b th th.m of th (a-
tor messag.
Young People's Society meeting m
two group at 0:30 Sunday avenlng,
Th senior group will eleot their new
officers at thl servlo.
Evening vangellstto Mrvloe, 7:30,
feturing n excellent program of
song and muslo by th choir and or
ohostra. Message by th pastor on
Th Devil' Tinder Box," a gripping
portrayal of th carnal nature and
Its our, i
Wednesday evening, May 3, will be
the date tor th annual meeting of
th church. Dr. Bats, district su
perlntendent, will be present and
preside.
A welcome extended to on and
all
(Free Methodist Church
Corner Tenth and Ivy Street.
E. N. Long, Pastor.
Sunday will mark tti clow ot tha
revival campaign at the Free Meth
odist church which ha been In pro
gress for the past two weeks. Evan
gelist Elmer McKay, who haa ben
directing th revival, will speak
three tlmea Sunday, At 11 o'olock
he will use for hi subject, "The
Coming Coronation Day." In the
afternoon at 3:30 h. will preach tha
dedicatory sermon, using tor his sub
ject, "Breaking th Alabaster Box,
and In tha evening th eloalng mes
sage at 7:30.
Rev. A. C. Archer, district alder, la
present and will assist In all of these
servloes. .
Sunday school at 0:48 a. m. and
Y. P. M. S. at 8:30 p. m. A nvaasag
given by Rev. A. O. Archer.
A cardial Invitation la extended
the public.
The rirat Methodist Church
West Main and Laura! streets. Jos
eph Knotte, minister.
Sunday achool. 0:48 a. m. . J.
Neumann. aup.rInUnd.nt.
Morning worship, 11 a. m. The
Duff trio, evangelists, will be pre
sented by th pastor and will con
duct th first meeting of their cam
paign in our city. As they will only
be with us a few waeka, plan to
attend every on of th meetings.
You will nJoy thrm.
At 8:30 th Epworth League will
hold an Initiation servlo for new
member,. All th young people urged
to be present and on time.
Th avenlng worship at 7:80 will
b conducted by th Duffs. Corns
and nJoy th service of song, music
and gospel message.
Servloes each evening this coming
week, excepting Saturday, at 7:80
Com nd bring your friend.
First Church of Christ, Scientist
Authorised branch of The Mother
Church, The First Church of Christ,
Scientist, In Boston, Mass,
Services are held every Sunday at
11 o'clock, church edifice, 919 North
Oakdal.
Subject Sunday, April 99, "Probs
tlon After Death."
Sunday school at 0:30. Applicants
under tha age of 90 may be ad'
mltted.
Wednesday evening meetings, which
Include testimonies of Chrlstlsn
Science healings, at 8 o'clock.
Th reading room, which 1 locat
ed at 401 In the Medford building.
la open dally from 7 a. m. to 8 p
m., except Sunday and holidays. The
librarian Is In Attendance from 10
to 4, at which time the Bible and
all authorised Christian Science lit
erature may be read, borrowed, or
purchased,
Th public I cordially Invited to
attend the services and visit the
reading room.
The Federated Churches
Joe, M. Johnson, Pastor.
Central Point, Ore.
"Christ's Standard of Greatness"
la the leason title in our Bible schools
this week. Read the scripture in
Matt. 20:1-34. School opens at 9:48
and all are welcome.
We specially Invite the young peo
ple to attend tho devotional services
and then take part In the Sunday
evening services. Note the announce
ments for the evening church serv
ices. Rev. Harold Cook of the Orinoco
River mission will bring the message
in the morning service and Rev. Dr.
Judd of the China Inland mission
win do tne speaker for the evening
services. These returned missionaries
"j ud oi special interest to all be
cause of the work they are doing,
and because they represent mission
wnicn we are socially Interested in.
Monday evenlnz Hv n m tr.
Dusen of the Bolivia Indian mission,
and Rev. Carl Hummel of fche Central
American mission, will speak on their
ana oring a aospel message.
Tuesday at a p. m. Rev. and Mrs.
Howard Taylor of the China Inland
mission will speak. Mr. Taylor la
the son of the great J. Hudson Tay
lor, founder of the C. I. M., and those
who hear this son of the mission
w not do disappointed.
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ON WINNING SLOOP
The Sunray sloop My Toy, With
R. W. Condon at th helm and John
Paddack aa crew, was successful' In
winning the J. Wesley Psp trophy
at the Lauderdale Sailing club race
at Fort Lauderdale, Fla., recently
according to word received her by
Mr. Paddack' brother, Rychen M.
Paddack, with whom th former
made his home In Medford tor aoma
time. -
Also sailing with Mr. Condon In
My Toy, Mr. Paddack was auccessful
in winning th club championship
aerie for class B boats, including
la races in tha aeries, each ot thre
laps over a mil and a half cours.
Sardine Creek
SARDINE CREEK, April 37. (Sol.)
Mrs. Lily Dusenberry attended th
music festival at the Gold Hill achool
Wednesday afternoon. Those partici
pating In it, went to Ashland. . th
gradea Thursday and tha high school
today to tha festival.
Margins Myers, who la mp!oyed at
the Studwell home, returned Sunday
from a two weeks' visit at her home
near Grants Pass, where she went
for medical care, having a severe ease
of poison oak,
Mabls Dusenberry, a ssnlor In
Q. H. H. S. ws out of school several
days last week with measles.
Mrs. Elsie McMerrlck and children.
Alice and George, of Foots Creek.
spent Thursday with Mrs, Lulu Dusen.
berry, and In the afternoon they
celled on Mrs. Lily Dusenberry and
Mrs. Eva Newton.
Mr. and Mra. Sprints, son and
daughter of Medford wen Sunday
oruesta of Mr. nnrt XTrrn ITntl n-nei.
Among thoeo from here, besides th
student, who attended th senior
play at the Oold Hill high school Frl- t
day night were Mr. and Mrs. P. x
Walt, Mrs. B. O. Flene, Mr. and Mr.
J. tT. Smith and son, Charles.
Art Iverson of Medford and brother.
Wallace, of Gold Hill, called on Mrs.
S. A. Dusenberry Sunday, whllo on
their way to vlatt th. "mystery house."
Mrs. E. O. Flene received word re
cently of the marriage of her eldeat
aon, Roy Simpson, at Yuma. Aria. Th
newlyweds, with his brothor, Harold,
and wife are all employed In the fruit
work at Salinas, Osltf.. and a soon
a they are through there expect to
visit their mother here.
Levi Eldrldge, aged farmer of tha
right fork of the crock, was calling
on neighbors, and was In Gold Hill
Thursday.
A pi. social will b held at th
community hall April 97, sponsored by
m teacner of the Alderbrook school,
Mra. Irene Johnson, The ladle ar
each to bring a pie and the men 18
cents to pay for their pie and a social
evening.
LEGAL NOTICES
Warrant Call
Notice Is hereby given that School.
District No. 49, Jackson County war
rants no. .coo to no. 8629 Inclusive
ar called for payment. Interest to
cess on April 80, 10.14. Warrants to
oe presented ror payment at the of
fice of the District Clerk. Cltv Hall.
Medford, Oregon.
REBECCA JENSEN,
Clerk School District No. 40 '
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