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MEDFOTlH MXTT; TRTP.TTNR UrTCPFOftT). QT?FX)ON. S'ATUTIDAT, NWlffimKtf Tfi, 1012.
.Ininc Oivonii, Mr. nml Mm, J, J.
Ilnlcoiuh, Win, nml (I corn" Curler of
Wlirn r worn in Mmironl Krldny, on
t lin Ir way to .Innknoiivlllo,
MIhm Hllruliolli Curnnhnu, diiUKh
lor (if l V. Uitrtinhiiii, Hiiperlntoml
nut of thn Hliio I.edKo, nftor mi ox
tended vIhII In (lilit nml Hliklyoo
roiintli'H, ii mi koiio In Kunxvlllo,
Twin., lo attend it female miiiilimry.
Mm. llnllliluy'lliilKlit, contralto
iiiill of Marubeni, (Pari), ItnndoK
KT 'ISiikIhiiiI), (loorKii Hweot, On
rnr BiioiiKr, Now Yorli, will receive
pupil Jor vocal culture nt residuum
Mtuillo, -ID.'I Onkilnlii nvtinuo, Houlji.
Phono Main 7202, 'fi'A
J. II. (Irani mill V. II. Miuily or
Central Point worn IiiihIiu'hh visitor
In MnKonl Friday.
Onk inn) linntwooil H.GO mid fti.00
per cord. (lold Hay Itenlty Co.,
Hlxth nml Kir.
I!, I). WcmIhii, who went lo III for
in cr homo In Iowa nuvituI wcclin
ni;o, linn returned.
JihIkh W. C. IIiiId nml J, N. John
nton, attorneys of (Irnnta I'ami, worn
In M i'd ford mid JuckHonvlllu Friday.
Thn. I to mi Mnldeu In coiiiImk.
.Indue (Jalldus Iiuh been IioIiIIiik mi
adjourned turin of circuit court at
JncWouvlllc. Kqnlly canes only
I have Installed n rlcitnliiK plant
mid mil In shape to rcrlenn miy need
KruliiH, Vclih, vetch mid wheat,
. Inter outs mid curd htirley for Hale.
I,. II. Ilrown ut Itumi mill.
Win. mul WIHiur Cameron, alno
Wm. T. IloHtwIck, with over from
Tim latent cnrdK mid frlniten for
flnUhlnK pillows at Tim llmidlcrart
Dr. (leorRii Holms of Han Fran
cisco U tnukhiK Mmlford 11 business
Loose lenfs for ledgers, day books.
Journal or ctuli lioolm, with or with
out .binder nt Moll Tribune. tf
Sfji, (lodlovo of I'errydalo was In
Medford Friday, on routo homo from
u' trl"To Gold Hill.
For. Kooujiess miko, havo H. A.
MolmV thii Iliiuranca niau write
'yotir'Wurnnco. Ho know how.
Mr. mid Mrs. W, W, Hrownell of
HokchurK are In tho rlty YlsUInn
Howard R. Dudley of I, on Angeles,
who haw boon visiting In the city left
till afternoon for til southern homo.
W. I), Croinjiton of Hants. Barbara
U In Medford for n short vlill with
Mr. John Poltou ban loft for
Oakland, Cub. where sho will upend
J. II. Cur Id n wn In Jacksonville
Friday afternoon on legal business.
Arllitlcally printed letter bonds oii
fanny bond paper make flno Christ
mas presents. I.el iin show you
nampleii. Tho Mull Tribune, tf
Mr. mid Mm. C. U Ilcskcth of
HomtliurK were nmotiK tho many
from abroad who tarried In Med ford
(Masses fitted without uno of
drugs. Dr. Illckert, over Kontncr's.
Mr. mid Mm. I. J. Thompson of
(hit Itiich dUtrlct are In Mcdford ou
n Mhort business trip.
According t tho official count or
the Jnckson county vote, Miss Curo
llnii Van Nice, wIiomu mime wuh not
upoii' tlio ballot, received 1-1 voted
for hcIiooI superintendent.
Miss Orn Wilson of Halt l.ako Ih In
Medford, visiting her fattier.
I.ertl blmikii for d.iId at the Mull
Tribune office. tf
Mm, It, V. Ilonll of Contrul Point
wuh ilie KiieHt of her ilaiiKhter, Mm.
ChuH. HtrmiK, Friday nfiurnoon.
Vapor lintna nnd nclontUUi maioMKo
f 1.00 for men mid women. Dr, II.
J. I.ockwood, chlroproctor and nerve
pcclallnt, 0:i (laruetl'Coruy Hide.
Phono Home HH.
Mr. mid -Mm. K, C, Downer of
Trail creok are In Mcdford on u
uhort hURlucHH trip.
John W. Wgan of Kukoiio Ih , In
MmWord on liiiHlueRU connected with
a ranch .he owim In tl Hiiiuh vulley
Mr, and Mm, K. It. Wooloy uro up
from California for u uhort May In
TroHHiuiKH iiollcnH for hiiIo nt the
MnlJ .TrllMino officii. If
(Ico. II, KUxkIIiIiouh of Portland la
mnkliiK MuiUord IiIh uhiiii) commor
Onk mid hardwood M.KO mid 15.00
per cord. (lold liny Ilealty Co.,
tilxth nnd Kir.
I'Tiid Flood, who wmi oniployud on
tho Democratic, TIiiich In jtu palmy
duyHiiud who Ih well known In
Houtliurn OroKou, Ih fllllnis the poal
Hon of prlvnto Hecrotnry to Clovornor
Huwley. of Idaho.
Weeks &McGo wan Co.
( By rbOBt M71
MUjtit riiOBMt F. W, Wi N71
A. a. Orr t4M
Krnuk II. Wnllo of Hutlmrllti, M
innlJini; thin valley n bunlricHH vMt.
He iiji-to-itato mid liiNlatl n Ioomi
leaf ledcer tiyHtein, The Mull Trl
Initio Iiiim n complnto line mnl timken
them to order,
AMcniior mid Mm. W, T, Orlnvo
were over from JuckKonvllln, KrtilBy
Dr. Itlcliorl, eycnljilit MpeclnllRt,
over KonUinr'H. No dropn unml.
II, n. 'I'tiowiiHoii, flmt apple klriR
of tho world, will leave tonlKbt for
Portland whoni lie will exhibit inv
ent! boxen of very flno HpltxenbeiK
npplitM nt tho Pacific Northwem Laud
ProdurtH Hhow November 2022.
Tho (ippli'N uro mi excnlleul an any
Orn Aiikio of ANhluud mudo Med
ford u abort vNIt tlilx week,
Mr, mid Mm. A, llenrn were down
from Phoenix Friday,
Kmmett lleoNon of Talent and Per
ry Poller of llennlo wero In Med foul
Collect Hiokii HCUttered nhnetH of
miiilc you value mid huvo tboiu
bound In book form at the Mall
Jaiuim Ilrown of (lulln creek hud
huxInofiH In Medford Friday, '
li000.H0 or fraction thereof to
loan on Improved country real "
into at current rated. Carkln &
Taylor, JuckMin County Hank HldK...
V. C n.'iieff mid Kmli Hrltt of
JackMiiivllte transacted bimliie In
Medford thin week.
Hurry l.ew of Jonepbliui county,,
for a Ioiik time criiar.d in mliitiiic
on tlallce creek, 8iiit Friday In
(JeorKo Caritetii, who Iiiim been
mnkliiK trip to CrcHcenl City, re
CIum, KreduiibiirK of HauiK vulley
tarried In Medford Friday night.
HrlnK that old book wlih torn
bludlliK down and havo It rebound
at tho Mall Tribune office. Coitn
hut little. tf
Dr. nnd Mm. 12. KlrchReniniT of
Itlverdale went north on Friday even
I hnvo Initalled n cleanliiK plant
mid nm In ihapo to reclean any need
Kralim. Volch, vetch nnd wheat,
winter oat and need barley for aulo.
I.. II. Ilrown nt ItiiNM mill.
Mm. Mnud Kubll. ot AppteRiito In
makliiK Medford n builneiit llt.
Kmll Woltor wan among hi Ash
land friend Friday.
Ml .MoriilUKHtiir of Itoielawn.
Cnl , I vUltltiK In Medford.
Mm. Nelllo Clark of Anhland wa
a Medford vliltor during tho week.
(loernor Vl hH appointed,
umoiiK other deloKnten to the Ameri
can Million Congma which will b
held at Hookitno Nov. 20-29. J. F.
Itoddy. P, J, Nowiuaii and 0. It. Ituy
of Medford, A. 12. V,oorble of tlranti
Itlrhard llland of (Irant Pjih, S
V. locomotive eiiKlueer, vlnlted in
Medford mid Jacksonville Krlda)
Try ii Vapor bath for that cold. Dr.
It. J. I.ockwood, (larnett-Corey UldR.,
Phonu Home HG.
HiikIi Mitchell of (IruntH Pans wcr
amoiiK IhoHo who wero In Medford
It nil tuhottt In miy color printed
by tho Mall Tribune. tf
It. W. Hitchcock and II. D. Powell
of Kagle Point woro auioni; their
Medford rrlendif Friday.
12, 12, MorrlHou mid U. It. JnmeH
wero nmoiiK theme iiown from Orlf-
rin creek Friday.
.Several cliaiiKCti In railroad uerv
Ico will noon he mude. Train No,
H will then arrive In Portland ut
7:10 a. m. Iiutead or 7 o'clock and
No, '.'0, known an the Aahlaud local,
will leave Anhlnnd at 7 a. in. In
itead of T;10, nrrlvlui: nt Portland
ut 10: in p, m. Instead of 9;.'I0 p. in.
Dr. It. J. Conroy ban moved IiIh
office to tho HutchlHoii & Lumuden
bulldltiK. These ofrice were for
merly occupied by the cammerclul
club. Dm. Conroy and Clancy have
8, Ii. Urlgihy haa none to Pendle
ton, where ho oxpecta to ninko bin
permanent homo nftor tho flmt of
I,. H. Hill or CottiiKfl drove Ih n
A. D. Criuio of Ashland spoilt
Hnturday with Medford friends,
Arthur Conaway of OrnntH Pnaa
spent Hnturday In Mcdford on IuihI
ueH. 11, II. Ncff of lower Applct;nto In
In Medford on IiuhIdchh,
John F. ItoRom, mayor ot Hlleon,
who luiB been visiting Iluttoo, Mont.,
for Home time Is expected to return
1.. D. JohtiHon of. 8lHklyou Ih in
Medford on u short' hitslncHs trip,
W. F. Turner umlltor of tho Hill
1 1 ne h In Oroi;on Ih In Medford on n
abort business trip connected with
IiIh property hero.
Colonel Wooly of Woolyport, near
Crouceut City, Is lu CMedford on u
Hhort biiBlnnBH trip.
HOISI2, Iduho, Nov. 10, (lovoruor
llnwloy nnuouucod today ho would
roHlgu office, probably tomorrow,
Lluutonunt (lovoruor Sweotaor, wlio
Ih u republican, nnuouucod that iih
governor bo would appoint Hawloy
United States Bonator to Hiiccood tlio
late Senator Heyhurii, Hawloy Ih ii
TROPHY OFFERED BY THE S0UT
FARMERS AL0NQ THE
1 & vV t m It
1 ' HHBB imJ bBbH J
'XM SouIIhtu I'acifif Comimnv irophv op offvrcil by the S. P. enn he
i'On.HUl fr liy uy cnnunumtv nlon itn line.
EXTRA SESSION TALK
NI2W YOltK. Nov. lti. Although
tho (vndency or the Block market wu
downwurd utfthe opening here today
Initial change In moBt caseri were
Hinall. The announcement that an
extra session or congress was to bo
called Ih reHponslble for the selling.
An Irregular price list from London
caused a yielding tendency which was
Intensified later, Home Htocka which
It was expected would bo affected by
tariff revision declined, In some
cases, three, polntx.
A brisk upward movement wnH
noticeable during the lnxt half hour
of today's session.
Tho market closed steady.
Hoods were steady.
Paying More Promptly
Has a targer combina
tion of strong points than
any other company.
Discriminating Buyers Give Us Preference
Best for Oregonians
Home Office CoilM'tt lllilg., Ftftli nml Morrison, I'ortluiul
A. Ii. M1MS, L. SAMDKL, A. H. COUNKI.I,
President. (leneriil Manager. District Manager,
Before you sign an application for Lifo Insuranco in
any other company oxamino tho lower insurance rates and
superior policy contracts of OrcgorjfjfC
HERN PACIFIC COMPANY
LINES OF THE COMPANY.
COLLEGE TO DISPLAY
rOKTLAN'I), Nou lo.-Workmen
nre loiluy busy on u monster display
to be innilc by the Oregon Agricultur
al college in the njirtliuot laud show
lo open Monday. The (ollcgv display
will occupy the entire basement in
the exhibition Iniiicliiij;. the .same to
sbojv the nature and growing quality
of Oregon soil.. .
More than J.000 booths- ore being
erected in the main show.
On the same dnv the Pacific Inter
nntional Dairy show will open nt the
1'iiion Stock YnnN.
Vaiioim civic ami business organ
ir.atious in the city ore arranging to
visit both shows in a body.
There Is a movement on foot In
Providence. 11. I., to Increaso the pay
of the' public school teachers.
Is onrj of the strong
Than any other company
in Oregon Is another
strong point of
FORMERLY LIVED HERE
V, I'. DiivIh, who worked for n
time n nn honor mnri on the ('niter
Lake higbwny, find who wn paroled
Inst April nt (lie e.xpinition of bi
minimum wntenci', Iiiim been urreMted
nt Allmiiy for ntternptrd nHnoult.
OiivIh wni neat up from Jiipkfouvill
for one lo neven yenrx two year ago
bint February for liowntniliiu?, and
upon bin parole worked for n limn,
with Iiim mother, nt the Molly or
chard, lie iiIko worked for n time
on the I'neifie & Kantern.
Mrx. Durvin Ward of Albany was
the victim of hi uhxiiuII. Her
daughter attended a picture Mioiv
mul, retiiniiug home, found her
mother bound and gagged, and lying
iui Hie floor. Hbe hud just prepared
to take a bath previou to goinj,' t
bed and wah dollied only in a wrap
per. At the Churches
At the Presbyterian church next
Sunday there will bo upeclal mimic.
Tho ipiartet will uIiik. "Abide With
Me." The quartet l componed of
Mr. and Mrn. GeorK Andrews, Mr.
and Mrs. K. K. Gore, with Mlas Gray
at tho organ. Solo by Gcorgo An
drewH, "Jimt for Today." by Abbott.
The orcheatra and chorus will niodnt
In the entire service. In tho evening
MIbr Hance will hIiik a nolo, "I Am a
Pilgrim," by Herbert Johntton. A
full chorus and orchefitra In the eve
ning. A largo number aro coming
Into the church In the morning. In
teresting services morning and eve
ning. Parents 'having children to be
baptised will pleaso present them for
that ordinance In the morning. All
are Invited who can come, and espe
cially the Rtranger In the city. Evan
gelistic meetings will commence In
this church December 1, conducted
by Dr. William Parsons of Eugene,
who was with the church last year
In the same capacity.
Services at .Ion Lutheran, SI 6
West Fourth street, will be conduct
ed In German at 11 a. m In Eng
lish at 7:30 p. m. Bible school
(English) at 10 a. m. Come and
Music at the MethodJot KpUcojml
At tho morning service Gounod's
anthem "Come Unto Him" will be
sung by the choir. For tho offertory
Miss Hose Fielder will sing "One
Sweetly Solemn Thought" by Am
brose. At .the evening service the
choir will hlng Shelley's anthem.
"Snvlor When Night Involves the
First Church of Chri.t Scientist.
.Sunday morning service at eleven
o'clock, subject of lesson-sermon:
"Mortals and Immortals." Wednes
day evening meeting at seven-thirty.
All aro welcome. Sunday school at
ten. nil under the ago of twenty are
Invited. Iteadlng-roora heurs: Two
to flvo p. m. dally, except Sunday.
Church edifice, North Oakdale.
St. Murk's Kplscopal
Joseph Sbeerin, priest in clinrRC.
Sunday eriees: Holy eommuiiion 8
n. m., Siindny sobool 10 a. in.; 'service
mid sermon. 11 a. in.: eveninir prayer
mid sermon 7:110. Service are held
in St. Mark's ball, corner Mam nnd
Holly streets and all nre welcome.
Mr. I lnllidtiy-1 blight who. has been
prominent in the best iiiitriical circles
of New York mul the east will sinu
"The Lord Is Mindful of His Own,"
from tho Oratorio nf St. l'tiul by
Corner of Hartlett nnd Fourth
streets, E. Olin Eldridp?, pastor. Ser
vices Sunday follows; Prcnchinj;
by the pnhtor 11 a. in., subject, "Soul
Pilcramupe"; eveninir 7:'.10 p. in.:
prcaehiiia; by Nov. E. M. Isnnc of
California; Sunday school and McnV
Bible class 0:45 a. in. Epworth
leapue 0:15 p. in. Boys' military bri
pndo WeilneMla.v evening 7:110 p. ni.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening
7:30 p. m., theme, "How to Have a
KoVivnl." Splendid miisio lv the
ehoir under the direction of P. C.
Edmendes. You nre cordially invited
to all these services.
L0RIMER OPERATED UPON
CHICAGO, Nov. 1(1. William I.or
imcr, deposed senator from Illinois,
was operated on for uppendieitis to
day nt the Preohyteriiui hospital here.
The operation, it was announced, was
successful and Lorimer is resting
New Books at Library
Tho following children's hooks havo
been mlded to the library timing the
past week :
Brooks, Historic, boys; Brooks,
Hi?torio girls; Uasent, Popular tales
from the Norso; Dowues, Fjro figh
ters and their pets; Hall, Boy crafts- I
nmnj Howard, Famous Indian chiefs I
I have known; Jacob, liulinn fairy
tales ; Jacobs, More Ktlgliah ffliry
Ifilen; Lnwerlof, Christ IckohiU I.iiiik,
Aladdin and otlier Hiiirien; Lwiff,
I'relly floldiloeki; Miibic, Hook of
CtirixttnnH; Ht. Nicholas, Hook of
plnyH and operettn; Hnrgenl, Com
plants; Hx'vr, Primary, el"mentnry
Parties wishing to aubscrlbo or
renew their subscription to
The Saturday Evening Post
The Ladies' Home Journal,
The Country Gentleman
Please notify C. A. DeVoc, 418 W.
Main- District agent for tho Curtis
Publishing Co. Back numbers at-
waya on hand. Phone GGll.
iiTTwmrt j a t a
and all during the cold Fall and Winter
months his house is kept warm and
cozy for his wife and babies.
A Perfection Oil Heater is almoat.tndupetw
able when there are children in the heme. Every
home ha use for it
M'Jm ult'i nickel trimming; ptmln mlftortnmmtUJ, rurv
Hmt drmm: OrnmmtmlnL irviM,'. La$t far ymri
Emtily mm frem rm lo mm. At dtmlttt rjnAr.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
461 Mariut Stil Saa Tnmcltem
Automobile Owners Attention
BEAR CREEK MOTORCAB CO.
Corner Eighth and Bartlett Sts.
Do first class automobile repair vork and guarantee
it. We employ the best mechanics in the city. Have
a completely equipped machine shop and make cast
ings and bearings of all kinds. aSTow is the time to
have your overhauling done. Ye can do it cheapest
Our garage is opon all the time and our floor men
competent and courteous. Cljcap storage rates for
the winter. Why let your car stay out in the rain?
Sec us about our new and convenient gasolene propo
sition, it is a saving to the owner.
Wo will soon have in a. full line of tho 1913
Cadillac and Buick cars, the best cars on the market
for the money.
Bear Creek Motor Car Co,
OUR DRAIN TILE STANDS ALL TESTS
Examine our goods and get our prices before buying
Don't leavo planting your bulbs until spring aB now la the boat
time. Wo havo a very largo assortniont ot Nrat class bulbs no
culls In tho lot.
After 2G years' oxperlenco wo havo decided what Is boBt to buy.
Compare these with others before buying.
BROADLEY, THE FLORIST
Qreenhouso Home 29-L Offlco Home 35
Hold Yom; Apples and Get Better Price
Wo can store 17 cars moro of fruit, Rates as follews:
200 boxes or less 25c per box for tho soason. All in
excess of 200 boxes 20c for tho season.
Season to April 1st.
Medford Ice & Storage Co,
nnd HilvAtient arithmetic; HtrKjtKi
Story of Sir Cflnfm; Thayer, Jtr.
le of Krent inuiielntiH Trite, Iron
flltir; Wheeler, Woodworking for be.
Sm Eapt. Dm Pfttmiii,
the 111 Un4
Dtllcliirnl CntU nn Ih I'tUtUt
S. S. CINCINNATI
MlW TOBK JAN. 28, 1913
SO DAYS $325 V
mini ior nn Murnisaa.
160 Powell St., San Fraaclflco, Cal,,
or Local Agents
Daddy doesn't jp out
to hunt for rabbit tlina
to keep th baby varm.
He is less romantic
but more practical.
He buys a
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