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fEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, QKKflON, SATURDAY. APRIL (), 11)12.
CHURCH SERV CES
Nearly nil of tho Mcdfonl churches
have,, prepared Bpcctnl services for
Kattor, with olabornlo programs of
ii - . i . ..i ( ..
Knnter Program n( Christian Cliurrli.
Thtj Mission Band or tho Christian
church, unstated by tho choir and Sun
day school, will give a hcnutlful pro
gram of song and rccltntton Instead
of tho regular Illliln school services
next Sunday 'morning, beginning
promptly at 9 :(. Tho program
la under tho direction of Miss
Standoford. The public Is cordially
Invited to be present.
Seeks Nomination for County Judge
Voluntary, Mcdford string quartet;
"Prize) Song" from "Melstersinger"
(Wagner); qnnrtet, "Oh, Jesus,
When I Think of Theo" (Maker):
prayer; processional, "Crown Him"
(Klvey); sacred cantata, "Death and
Life" (Shelloy); chorus. "Hall, King
of tho Jev"; tenor recitation, "Now
From tho Sixth Hour"; chorus, "He
bold the Tcmplers Sail Is Rent";
hymn, "Hark, the Voice of Love nud
Mercy": bass recitation, "They Took
tho Body of Jesus"; contralto solo,
"Seo tho World In Sorrow"; tenor
boIo, "Tho First Day of the Week";
soprano solo, "They Havo Taken
Away My Lord"; barltono and so
prano duet, "Why Weepest Thou?";
chorus, "Now tho Earth In Resurrec
tion Light"; offertory. Mcdford
string quartet; "Humorlsk" (Dvo
rak); soprano solo, "Glad Easter
Morning" (Lyno), Miss Florence Ha
zelrlgg; trio, "Praise Ye" (Verdi),
Miss Hazelrlgg, Messrs. Vawter and
Whetsel; alto solo, "Easter Evo"
(Gounod), Mrs. A. A. Holmes; quar
tet, "Sanctus" (Gounod), Mrs.
Holmes, Miss Hazclrlgg, Messrs.
Whetsel nnd Bennett; soprano solo.
"O Light That Breaks From Yonder
Tomb" (Dressier), Mrs. Elslo Mont
gomery; anthem. "As It Began to
Dawn" (G. C. Martin); recessional,
"Christ Is Risen" (Sullivan); post-
lude. "Allegro" (Volknor).
The regular choir will be augment
ed by an orchestra qf eleven pieces,
Including the Medford string quartet.
CO ncrert, six mllos from Mcdford,
good graded road cross" tho tract,
all froo soil, at $50 per aero. $1000
will liandlo, caay tornii on balance
Part In crock bottom laud, suitable
for alfalfa. Several springs on tho
place. Timber enough to pay for tho
tract. No buildings. In tho (Irlffln
W.fTof k& Co.
Watch Our Addition
Juckxon nnd Summit
Mcdford Realty and
M. F. & II. Co. IUiIr.
Is almost hero
in grout vuriuty
WILL GIVE $500 TO WOMEN
READERS OF THE MAIL TRIBUNE
California Soiontiat "Who Originated tho Now Pamouo
IITTnmn TimntniniiMI nffnva T.nvryn Pn1fHtrf Pl'nn
IJ.V1I1U UltVlMUlIU V11U1U JUW(J ,w.,jjw . ww
Col. Knink L. Toir Velie, mIiomi announcement that lie iIII mvIj the
democratic nnininntiuii for comity Judge has liven hailed wicli satisfaction
tttn)ugliont tlio county. Cninhle, energetic nud MtrcoMtfuI, liU rauiKilgit
lias nroiised niiirh oiitliulitMu and his nomination by n largo majority is
briefly predicted. ,
meeting nt S. Sunday -cliool ut 10,
All under twenty are invited to the !
Sundn school. Ifeatliny room lour
'J to ." p. in. daily, except Sunday
Church edifice. North Onktlnle.
Church is located on South Oak
dale. Easter Sunday first mass nt
S a. m. High mass and sermon at
10:30 n. m. No evening devotions.
Mass and sermon at Eagle Point nt
10 a. nt.
ion Kv. Lutheran.
At Zion Ev. Lutheran church there
will ho German service with holy
communion at 11 a. m. English ser
vlco at 7:30 p. m. English Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Conrad Wilker,
St, Marks Episcopal Church
Easter services and pregram:
Holy communion, C a. m. and 7 a.
m.; Suiday school services, 10 a. ra.:
morning prayer, holy communion and
sermon, 11 a. ni with the following
musical pregram: Processional,
"Welcome, Happy Morning," J. n.
Calkin; "Christ, Our Passover"
Chappel, "To Deum," Jackson;
"Denedictus," Anon.; Introit,
"Awake. Those That Sleepest," Sim
per; "Kyrlc." Mcnd6lbuhn; "Gloria
Tiui," Playal; sermon hymn, "Jesus
Christ Is IllBcn Today," Morgan; ser
mon; offertory anthem, "O Death,
"Where Is Thy Sting,' Spinney; pre
sentation, "Thou Art "Worthy, O
Lord," V. B. Gllhert; "Sursum
Corda and Sanctus," Camldgo; "Ag
nus Del"; "Gloria In Excelsls," (old
chant); "Nunc Dimlttis," Turlo; re
cessional, "At tho Lord's Night Feast
Wo sing," SnlzUurp.
Evening service at H o'clock, program:-
ProceHslonal, "Ho Is Illsen,"
Ncandcr; "Magnificat," Smart;
"Nunc Dimlttis," Turle; anthem,
"Awake, Thou That Sleepest," C.
Simper; sermon hymn, "Angels Roll
tho Itock Away," Itnpor; sermon; of
fertory nnthem, "Ho Is Risen,' Ged-dos-Hai'voy;
recessional, "Jesus Is
Risen Today," Morgan,
At Christian Church.
Subject for morning hcnnoii "Great
nud Greater ThiliK. In tho evening,
8 p. in., "Wlm t Piiul Saw in Atlipns."
An Kuster prorum will bu rendered
ut tho Dible ncliool hour, 10 u. in. A
collection will be taken for tho Or
phans' Home. K, ineeth nt 7 p. ra.
Tt'uclicra nieotiii" on Aloiiduy even-
iff. I'rnyor ineelhifr on 'Ihursdny
evening. Choir jiraotieb on Friday
ovenint,'. Come .and welcome. 1). I).
JSabtor hervici'K at the Muthodist
I'hureli, south, will bo coufiiild to llio
Sttiuluy hcIiouI which will fittingly ob
sorvo ibu day. Itovivul nicetiiigrt ntv
uoi under wuv ut the church.
Fin i Church of Chriot, Scientist.
Sunday moruinc Berviuo ut 11
o'ejook, subject of lesson senuon,
tfiiiiK l Bi Sunday sohool nt 1(),
"UnreHlity." Wednesday ovening
Kn'.tcr .ervice at the I're-hyterian
church nt 11 n. m., .nbjeet. "Heboid !
I Ascend!" Special muMe bv the
choir. Kuter en-ice by the Sunday
.-cliool at S p. m. Special exerei.-es
and mu.-ic by the Sunday -cliool and
choir. C. E. society at 7 p. m. Sun
day school at 10 u. m. Prayer meet
in Thursday nt S i. in.
Mcdford MctlKxlist KpisiomI Churcli
E. Olin Eldridgc, pator. Sen-ice-.
Sunday u follow.-: Preachine; 11 ,i.
in., 7:'J0 p. in. Snndav school anni
versary, hiibjeet of mornine; di
roiirse. "The I)e.-ertcd Tomb." Sun
day school nud Men Bible clu-.- 0:4 j
n. m., junior -hjir 'J p. in., prayer
meeting Tliurd evening 8 o'clock,
theme, "The liNi.l Pmyor creeling."
Prelude Prize St.ng from 'Olei
teriiiKer" If. Wagner
iiy String Quartet
Anthem "Chri-t (Inr Pns-over''
Solo "Hosniiuah". Gmuier
II. "SI. Whe'tsel
Offertory "IIiimoro.-n.ue". Dover-
nk" by String Quartet
Autlicm "Unfold Ve PortaU".
Gounod by Choir
Pobtluik "Allegro", Vnlkiitnr. . . .
by String Quartet
Medford String Quartet, compn-ed
of JIis Aiton, Jlr. Hoot, 3Ir. Marion,
Central Point M. K. fliuicli.
Morning sorvicos at 0:80; saera
nieiit of Iiaptism aduilulstored. Re
ception of candidates Into church
membership. Holy communion. Ser
mon at 11 a. m. Theino, "Stonoa In
tho Path or Duty." Special music.
Anthem. "O Hall, Glad Easter
Morn," Mosdames lirayton and Koh
ler and choir. Solo, "Easter Day,"
Miss Edwards. Evening services
Voluntary, "Processional March,"
Mrs. M. It. England; Hymn No. 102,
"Hall the Day," choir and congrega
tion; creed, in concert. I'rayer by
tho pastor. Tho Lord's prayer, uung
by tho choir; psalter, "Easter Read
ing," pastor and congregation; an-
thom, "Easter Morning," Mesdames
Drayton and Kalilor and chorus; rec
itation, "When Easter Comes," Gert
rude Aldrich; solo, "ight From Yon
der Tomb," Miss Edwards; anthem,
"Angels Roll the Rock Away," Mrs.
Drayton and choir; recitation, "Ser
mon of the Flowers," class exorcise;
anthem, "Glad Dells of Easter," malo
chorus; recitation, "Eastertido Is
Here," Miss Lenoro Harnett; solo,
"Easter Song," Mrs. Drayton; quar
tet, "The Resurrection," Misses Neal
and Holmes, Messrs. Aldrich and
Knhler; recitation, "Easter Lilies,"
class exercise; anthem, "Christ Is
Risen," Miss Edwards and choir;
solo, "Alleluia, Hu is Risen,' Mr.
Aldrich; recltutlon, "Eastertido,""
Miss Dun ton; anthem,' "How Culm
tho Morn," chorus; offering for mis
sions; offertory. "Ho Shall Feed His;
Flock," Mrs. M. R. England; recita
tion, Miss Gladys Holmes; luitheiu,
"Rise, Glorious Conqueror," chorus;
Hymn No. 159, "Lift Your Glad
Voices," choir and congregation;
Doxolugy mid benediction; postlude,
"Murche Pontlflcale," Mrs. M. It.
Whitcomb Field.- of Boston, who
has been in the valley for some weeks
as the gue.-t of Leonard and Alfred
Carpenter of the Veritas orchards
has purchased the 'Jll aero trnct of
Charles McGugnn, east of the city
ndjoiniug the Veritas tract, pitying.
$0000. The trnct is in four year old
trees. It is nit exceptionally fine piece
The Hoosler club of tho Rogue
river valley will meet at tho Odd
Fellows' hall Wednesday evening,
April 17. All Hooslers and their
M. A. RADER, Pres.
Mcdford Printing company carry a
full lino of legal blanks.
NEW THOUGHT MEETINGS
Aro Held in Moose Hall every
Thnrsdny nt 3 p. m. Everybody
Your Boots for
Easter Are Here
Jitunuso "John Kelly" nmtlo
them, it for no other reason,
they recommend themselves to
you for intrinsic worth and de
Smart boots are being worn
this spring nud we recommend
to you our newest patterns in
i'uli high toe button Ounmetal,
Tan Russia Calf and "White
These are Uel'i'c fitting Roch
ester qualit' shoes.
In order Unit every woman loader
of llio Mall Trllium who MiifroiH from
HniroiTlioeii or whitish dlm'hnvucu,
ilervntisnesH, ulceration, foreign
KiowlhH, Irregular and painful tier
lodo. ovurlnu and utuiluu tnnililoH,
chiiugo of life, palii In tho head, hark
or thighs, hearing down fcclluuH lint
fhiHhcs, dlxxluOMH, despondency or
any of the dlcnncH common to worn
en, may havo n chuiiro to try UiIh
celebrated medicine, the now fuinouH
lady physician Iuih offered to glvo ah.
solutely froo to five hundred women
lemloi'H of this paper a huge pioot
package, In order to pnvo tho won
derful claims that linve lieen m.iilo
for It, In mukliiK this offer Dr.
draco Fedor Thompson said: "I
know there are thousands of wninen
who have been suffering for yearn
With some disease or wenKncmi of our
hox and many of them hawi spent
largo minis of money necking a euro.
I know that these women IichIIuIo
about Investing money In medicine
hecaiiHO they havo despaired of ever
Kottlug welt, lluudiedH of women
have told mu that story and hundieds
of the same women have told mo
afterwards that my treatment hud
cuied them after other doeU ih ami
everything cine had failed, I want to
show these despairing women that
nil tho newspaper talk nlmiil my
inmtmunl Ih absolutely true.
"I want to pi live o n limited mini
her of women, no maiter wluit tint
dlneamt, no matter h w long thny
inny huvo Hiifforcd nr iiialltir how
blue and dlMCoilriiited, Mini my treat
ment really nud mi'mlL does an
compllMh tho wot'idet'iil ikiiIIh that
have been reported.
"I am n woman, a wit. mid u phl
clan. My wonderful imm Trat
iiuuil' I the tustlll hi Huvtinleiiu
yeatH of pi nf tiro and study of, tho
dlsenHCH of women. Am a woipan I
know your pains and can NymimthUo
with you Ah a duclor, I have luarued
hy long experience how to euro thmu
nuli'ldy, eioilly and unruly.
"l'ii prove my nhllllv I will vend
alisolutely free lo the fliHt five linn
died women rcadem of thU paper
wlpi write, a Proof Tieatmeiit, past
age paid and fiee. Kill out tho con
pon below or write mo it letter du
scribing your cuno fully unil freely
In your own words. I will respect and
hold sacred your confidence. iy re
turn mull I will send you a llheial
proof treatment. No money will ho
asked or accepted An I his offer Is
limited, you should wrtte at once In
order to recolvo a free treatment,"
W. MAIN ST.
Just Sond Mo This Coupon
lilt. t.'lt.U'K Ki:ii:it TltO.MI'SO.V, Hilt Itrlde llld., Hun KiiiiicInco, Cal.
Dear Docter: - Please send mo a Pioof Treatment for my rime, free
and po-tngo paid without any obligation on my part whatever.
My Name ...
Post Office State ,
Ago How long afflicted? Aro you iiiiirrledT. . . .
Make a crotm (X) in front of your troubles,
of tho one fiom which you suffer inont.
Two crosses (XX) In front
. .. .Painful Periods
. . . .Chiiugn of l.lfo
. . . .Kidney Trouble
. . . .Illuddor Trouble
.... Womb Trouble
. . . .Ovnrlnu Trouble
. , . .Coiistlpallon
. . . . N'orvotiNiioiift
. . . .Ileadauho
.... Pains In Hack
. . . .Stomach Trouble
.... Kemalo Weakness
.... Hearing Down Keeling
Describe any other symptoms on a xeimrnto sheet. If you
I am asking for the Republican nomination, and if I
am elected I -will make the officmoun something.
All county work requiring engineering skill should be
done by tlie County Surveyor, and maps and other datfi
filed for future reference. Having made tho surveys for
the adjudicating of Little Butto creek water rights and a
topographic map of a large portion of tho Rogue River
valley, besides other surveys, I am able to give first-hand
information. , ,
RALPH P. COWGILL
All Night Phone
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This drug storo is a complete drug store, a store of departments
that Include ovcrythlng allied with the drug business. If it Is to
bo had in any drug storo, wo havo It. Thcreforo you run biivo
time, trouble, nnd posslblo disappointment by coming hero first.
All our goods arc "quality perfect." This wo know; this wo
assuro you. For this finest grade wo charge you tho lowest con
sistent price. You can shop In person, by mall, or by telephone,
Hvery request receives n personal care that makes trading horo a
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Flowers For Easter
at Medford Greenhouse
A fine line of cut flowers consisting of
Easier jLillies Calk Lillies, Lillies of the galley,
Extra Fancy White Carnations and Rqs.es
Also nice line of potted plants.
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