kft' f f' ' K-r-
amnFORn ArATfi TRrnuNK AmnKORi), OKK(ioNr. Kinn.w, kkuimwwy ii. mm,
irsrir. -.- - 'J t
It. II. Cox nro In
A. V. Newlmll uf
Mr, mil Mr.
MecUont. Ho U
W. II. Canon made n trip to Ah-
laml Thursday, returned In tho even
ing. .'l)r. 3. A. Lnckwooil anil Dr. Myrtle
6. Lockwood (regular iih.vnlclnns, not
chiropractors) havn removed their
offices from tlio ltniklns bulldlnR
t!t 2.12 13. Main street.
tMtoy Austin Is nmotiK tlio residents
of. Seattle who arc In tlio city ami
valley on business.
t n. V. Tlireshor. the miner, and II
C. Messenccr of Agato woro In Med-
llcnd.the JlcrrlvuUl Shop ad tOi
, J. W. llrlstow or Portland Is maK
Jiik Mcdford n business visit
Wm. Carlton nnd K. Burdlck of
Rogue Hlvcr wero recent visitors In
Call nnd seo the flno rap rugs at
llrlttsan's second hand store, 303
Knot Main St. 2S0
0. Qrlmes on Thursday mado Mcd
fonl his nrst visit In scverat weeks.
You want now books. Attend the
benefit concert and add to the book
Miss NellleSterens of Ashland
nud MtsTtii'ftriitlo Tyrar of .losephlno
ouunty mado Medford friends a visit
" Closinc out sale- ot pipes. Ire
land's $ftoko JIouio. "
D. niteames, the well known so
clallst Mb feai been qulto HI. Is con
Tho Holland dlnlnp room will
servo this evening from 5 to S a
Table do Iloto dinner, SO cents. 279
J. M. Webb and his son wcro down
from Itocuo River Thursday after?
Ileal hotao mads bread at Do-
H. Arnold of Salem Is a business
visitor In Mcdford.
Chicken lunch at Manhattan 25
J. V. Arthur of Los Anneles Is
anions the Callfornlaus visiting In
Itogno river valley.
You want new books. Attend the
benefit concert and add to tho book
Isaac Shaw lias sold his retail li
quor establishment on Kront street
to Mr. SwaKsert, lately of Portland.
Bring that old book with torn
binding down and feave It rebound
at tho Mall Trlbtme ottlee Ceata
but little. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Hartley and
Geortto Parsons of California aro
spending a few days In tho valley
WeeRs 6 McGowan Co.
Xlgbt Paontsi r. W. Wk S071 IT
A. S. Orr, 36
ami Shoe to ruiuplcto
Tlie very nlr amellH uf Hprlug
every bird uoto tolls us that a
new Beimou Jb at hand.
In tho 1913 boot
woiitcu Is fast In-
Murh admlratlou U ex
pressed for the pretty IiIkIi,
wide toes tho smartest "JOHN'
KKLlV" Jnst wo over showod
uud for thu huusonuble mu
terlnls, For correct wear wo recom
moud: Oruy Bwiido .... ?I.G0
Tim IUishIh Calf 4.00
Whlto Nituiirk 1.00
We'll show you!
OjinoHlto Post Office
Horn, nl Anient, Feb. 7, to Mr nnd
Mrs. Yv II. Johnson, formerly of
Jacksonville n son.
Chicken lunch nt Manbattnn 5S
cent .. 279
Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. Patrick, lato of
W'njwI'fSil ncn Iti M.iilffirtt ntut mnv
insure and no sure, itignc ir wo
wrllo It. It. A. Holmes, Tho Insur
ance Man. Hr v
Mrs. H. C, Jorcenson Is the guest
of friends nt Ashland? where she for
merly resided. ,' , j
You want now books. Attend tho
benefit concert nnd add to the book
10. V Hcrchberger of Fairbanks,
Alnska Is- stopping In Miidford and
may remain '(tunic time.
This Is SU Valentine's day, nn
event nlmost forgotten In this Indus
Tho Holland dining room will
'.servo this evening from t to S a
Table do Hoto dinner, GO cents. 279
K. K. lllne," representative of tho
llulldere & Investors Co., of Port
land, made n business trip to Ashland
Vapor baths and sclentltlo mas
sago for men and women. Dr. h.
J. Lockwood, chrtopractor, 203 Gar-
nett-Corey Bldg. Phone 145.
Miss Nellie Mclntyro of Jackson
vlllo Is In Mcdford the guest ot Miss
Head tho Merrlvold Shop nd to
day. O. P. Booth, who went to Califor
nia several months ago, Is In Mcd
Chicken lunch nt Manhattan 2".
Mr. nnd Mrs. P. Ensclc were over
from Jackson creek Thursday, after
Carkln & Taylor (John H. Car
kin and Glenn O. Taylor), attorneys-at-law,
over Jackson County Bank
John S. Orth. cashier of the Mcd
ford National Bank, and his family,
who have been visiting on Applegate,
nro at homo again.
Now York Llfo Insnranco Co., C.
Y. Tcngwald, Mcdford National
Bank Bldg., phono 3371.
II. H. Kllsworth ot Central Point
district, was a recent visitor In Med
tf Tho Holland Mining room will
yrvo this evening' from 5 to S n
Tahto do Hoto dinner, SO cents. 279
John Wado Is In Mcdford again, af
ter an extended stay In Ariiona.
Mr4, and Mrs. M. S. Thompson of
Climax wcro in Mcdford Thursday,
trading with our merchants.
Mrs. It. B. Dow. Mrs. G. E. Neit
her and her daughter. Miss Laura,
ot Jacksonville spent Thursday after
noon In Mcdford.
Frank Caldwell ot Gold Hill made
a trip to Medford tho forepart ot tho
K. II. Farrar, superintendent of
Mcdford's light and water plants,
when they were municipally owned,
was In tho city Thursday. He is now
In charge of tho power plant at Hay
K. C. Hogsctt, president of the
Mcdford Abstract Co., made a busi
ness' trlp"to Jacksonville Thursday.
J. M. Kloman, who has been at
Gazelle. Cal., ills former Home, re
A hoc supper will bo held nt the
Hodmen's new wigwam on Applo
street this evening, under tho au
spices of Wcatonka council, Degree
ot Pocaliontas, A general invita
tion Is extended.
J. C. Pendleton of Table Hock was
union c the many who cumo to Mcd
ford on business Thursday.
C. Watson arrived from I.ako
county ouo tiny this week And may
remain soiun time.
Born, in Mcdford, Fob. 12, to Mr
and Mrs. Darby O'Toole, n eon.
Paul Hansen, who has been In
Northern Oregon, near Portland, vis
iting his wlfo, returned to Mcdford
during tho week.
Mrs. L. G. Melbourno has been vis
iting with Ashland friends.
Circuit court will reconvene nt
Jnrksonville Monday, after an ad
journment of several week a
Why dor God penult evil, sor
row nnd death, when ho could purmlt
It In n moment of time? Kxll will
bo forever cxtlugulnhcd when God's
purpose In complete nnd tho bene
fits ot Christ's death Is made co-extensive
with the curse. Hoar L. l
.Ink at St. Mark's hall, Sunday at :i
J. Watson of Klnmntli Falls nr
rlved In Metjford a fow'duys since for
n short stay.
Kodak finishing, tho best at Wes
ton's, opposlto book store.
Julus lwuidqulst lina, been In Jack
sonville for sdjiuo tlmu past, assist
ing In tho extension of tho tax roll,
which will soon bo placed In the
sheriff's hands. ,
Fashlonablo dressmaking. livening
and afternoon gowna. I-atcst stylo
llngerlo n specialty. Mrs. K. M.
Painter, lato of New York City.
Hours 2 to S p. in. SIS King street.
L. Merger nnd Theo. Kngcl of
Phoenix wcro among their Mcdford
E. D. Weiton, commercial photog
raphcrn, negatives mado any time or
placo by appointment. Phone M.
Joseph Williams aud John Lyons
nro In Mcdford. but will rvturn soon
to -Hock Point district, where they nro
engaged In mining.
Tho "Sultana," n six part serlnl
byllenry C. Itnwlnnd, author of "Sil
ver Side," begins In this week's
Post. . 2S2
Geo. H. Perkins of Ccntrul Point
was In Mcdfonl Thursday, accompa
nied by a cousin, who arrived from
Uastern Oregon recently.
Take tree guess on school pictures
and get n beautiful plcturo ot Crater
Lake frco at Gcrktng & Harmon's
studio, 12 K. Mnln street, near
First National Bank. Phono 2154. i
Mr. nnd Mrs,
NOnDICA TO SING HERE
G II. Mathews of Cugto Point was
In Mcdford Thursday afternoon.
Crater liAkn photographs pro
nounced by exports In bo tho best
ovor mado of tho lnko nt Gcrktng ft
Harmon's studio, 12.H K. Main street,
near First National Dan. Phono
2151. Kodnk finishing and enlarg
ing, ncgntl'vcH made any place.
Henry aud John Itoydnou of tho
wwl fork of upper Applegate nro In
Medford on tt short IiuhIucm trip.
I). 11. Hussell of Sams valley was
a recCnt visitor lit Mcdford.
Buy n Singer at our own terms
nun your spring sowing will bo a
pleasure. Singer Sewing Machine
Co., J. G. Painter, agent, 417 Ml
F. & H. Bldg. Phono 3441. Wo'
nlco rent rachitics and do repairing I
Mr. nnd Mrs. A (' Lewis of Giants'
Push are In Mcdford on IiukIiu1 j
Looking nhenil! What will the(
earth bo like. In ono-lhouaud years
with all our lincuttons and Increase
of knowledge upon all subject And j
no more war and uo liollrciiu'ii !
needed Hoar K I' Ink ut til. I
Mark's hull Sunday :t p. m.
Tlio ladles' frVo rest room opens
Saturday. Hit floor M. F. ,fc II. Illtlvc.
Tho "Sultana," n six part serial
by Henry C. Itowhiud, author of "Sll-;
vor side." negitis lit uou ui-oK'm p
Post. Do Voe's News glnnri. 2S2 hi
Mrs. Sarah Phtdttu of Foots ervek i ' '
spent Friday with friends In Med-1 -
ford. ! That the methods of (ho Kokuc
Lewis 1). llalg of Talent Is vis- river valley lolatho to fruit raising
Itlng friends in Mcdford. lis itttractlug attention In other sluti
The ladles' free rest room opens u evidenced by nit older received
Saturday, Hh floor M. F. & II. Illdg. fnuit WuneKvllle, N. ('.. a few das
Mr. nnd Mrs. V. II. Staid of Ash-' ago by the Mcdford Furniture
land spent Friday with Mcdford ( Hardware Company of this oily. The
friend-.. jcomiHiuy had run a small display ad
The bible says, "There shall be no I verttsement In the Mull Tribune of
more curse nud.no more death."! the Faulkner printer, as adapted to
Ureal .n!;iv--. will lie greelt'd li,
towded Indite wlieu Aw appears W
toiieert al Nntntoriuiti foiiiflil.
Could our Creator have prevented the
entrance of sin? That ho did not
Is sufficient proof that cWl Is per
mitted for some grout lusting good.
Come and hear S. F. .Ink Sunday at
C. W. Hcsso of; 3:00 p. in. nt St. Murk's hall.
In Mcdford Thurs-j John Mnckrodt has resigned his
day evening. position at the Medford Phnrmuoy
A. Beall uud Carl Wluton of Con-j nnd bus left for Portland. He wits
trnl Point district transacted business succeeded by Clarence Burke.
in Mcdford one day this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. B. Stlnetuan of
Albert Anderson nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. nm, Cttl.. nro lit Mcdford on tt short
W. Helms of Grouts Pnss made a trip j bimlnetw trip. ,
to Mcdford Thursday. . John William of Trail Is In Med-
J. I). McArdle hns returned from ford on a shortMiiulness trip.
n lengthy visit with his family near Mrs. Joseph Llggett Is vUltlug
Los Angeles. 'friends In Ashland.
the class of work carried on In the
valley, nud received an order for a
pair ot tlie Faulknors nud a pruning
saw to be snt by parcel post. Ap
parently the east Is sitting up uud
Inking notice. The primers and saw
were sunt Imiuedlutuly.
Meral: It pays to udvertUe In the
Policemen Clnneade' nnd lllntoii
stopped what would have bn it very
serious runaway at an early hour
Friday when n bread delivery wagon
horse started up front striwt. The
' pair made a nervy capture. No dm
"A Nation of Dyspeptics"
Aiiii'iicuu People Hnvo Ilccii Called
Hurried uud careless habltB of
eating, Irregular mouls aud foods
that do not harmonize, tend to
weaken tho digestive organs nnd re
sult In different forms of Btoiimch
If you are one of tho uiifortunutes
who have drifted Into this condition,
cat simple foods only, slowly, regu
larly and tuko Vino!, our delicious
cod liver aud iron tonic.
Mr. and W. E. Waterliouco of
Portland, Me., Buys: "My uxporlunco
loadH me to bellevo that no other
remedy equals Vluol for utoinuch
troubles. Aftor suffering for yours
itud trying nil kinds of remedies
wttliruit . linln V'lnnl f.nr,.f1 nf itlmil.
'.T. .,(.w..p - nv.pi . ...w. m... . M....-
ttuu iruiiiiiv uiiu uiiui.t uiu U) nu j run
eat heartily without" tho slluhtust dls-
Tho recovery of Mr. WatorhoiiHo
wa's- due to the combined uctlon of
tho medicinal elements of tho cods'
livers aided by tho blood making
and strength creating properties of
tonic Iron, which nro contained in
Viuol. Wo will return tho purchase
monoy overy time Vlnol fallu to
beuoflt. Medford Pharmucy, Mcd
UT if u --f jg
XT .i r i t . i-i -s r t n Tf k
i ant We be a Little More Lconomical, year A
The man with his nose to the grindstone, trying to "make both Kfm
more as the price of living soars.
will help you immensely by cutting down your butter bills. Use huttcr on yotirtnblc,
but not in your kitchen. With butter at present prices, you simply could not afford to
use it in cooking, even if it would produce better results. Hut when
Lottoicnc will shorten and iry as goou as or even better than butter anu
the price is about one-third why not try it, and practice economy
without feeling that you are "skimping yourself or your table?
Remember also that rwc-UuVds of a pound of CottoUnt will go as far a, a full
Cottoiene is Nature a Shortening a vegetable.
sound of cither butter or lard.
product healthful, digestible, and in every way satisfactory,
-PLAIN LATER CAKX
Try this recipe:
Cteim 'A cup Cttttttnt tvith 1 cup iuKar,mlx in alternately
A cup milk and 2 cupf pastry flour, in which 2 tratpoont
baking powder and lA tenpoon salt have been thoroughly
lifted. Heat well, flavor, and add three itlfily beaten
eggt. Bake in two layers.
This tatter Is a good foundation recipe and may he uied
with iplcts, chocolate, fruit or nun, with an y desired filling.
Made only by TIIE N. K. FA1RB ANK COitPANY
1 HIBBARD'S GROGERY 1
Wishes to thank the friends and cus-
tomers for the liberal patronage
! XI-VXXVtVV4 UUlUJlg VJJLlAJLlg VV VCIV.
X CATTTDPiAV CPUPTATC
V J5 Iby. bust SiiL'ai' S1.00 Slitndanl 'ronmlocs, win 106
A Jiod Beans, pur II). 5' Ktaiulard Corn, oan ;. 10
Y Ji'ancy .1 'runes, per lb. 56 Ciood Urund Peas, :an 10 y
J MR. PARMER Wo would like eggs ,and produco and pay liighoit pricoB. t
1 We also handlo fJomDrossfid Yflfist. t
f Phone Home 282 S. Central Ave. I
TO STAflT DIG SALE
Tim Mi'i'iiuOil Htiop Siilniilnv op-
CIW It hill)) Wllll'll llfllTH tlUIIHlllll lll-
iorluiiliicH lo llic 1iu,vei nl' Ii.ioKm,
luliuncts', iiflii'e Kuplic, t'le. 'I'hU
Hlore, in older lo imiilivtiie In IiiisIimms
nUlien In ime minii'V nl Ulioo mill
llieule i ii rexiill. Tho ntnnv I'llnnds
r (lie Mriilv.ilil Mhop will he ulnil In
It'll III lllltl il Will IKIIIIllll III Ml'llflllll
mill (lie Miieeooa of 1 lit stile sennts
100 MESSALINE AND TAFFETA SILK PET
TIGOATS CRISP, FRESH, NEW GOODS IN
BLACK AND A FULL LINE OF COLORS;
NOT MORE THAN TWO TO A Ot 1 O O
CUSTOMER, EXTRA SPECIAL ,fl.70
Kslivino priro ivduHioiin
(Hi all trimmed huts and
nut rimmed shapes, ono full
taltli' tf triiiuiHMl halt, .spe
cial price $1.00
price ... ... .ifl.OO
'IVimiued Hals," yiuir
clmice I'rtuu stock vi'iIihm
up to $1!0. ypechil ..JjJ.j.08
Kvery winter eont ii
sfoelc iui'ltitliiirr (in. blnt-k
linmdcloths which are l
ways staph': caraculs,
chinchillas, mixtures, etc.:
$ 15.00 Coats.
$:.f.0l Coats J?17.50
$1 l.oO Mackinaw Coats 95
LADIES' WOOL HOSE
We are owixtorked oil
wool hose and will lor a
Tew days make the lollow
itnr, Imk reductien:
!t."ie wool Nose, spoc'l l)r
lor cashmere Hone, '
lOvery full and winter
suit in Hlock iiieludiujc
screes, zilicliiiet. liianuieili
cloths, all strictly tailored
WtrnuMitK tlmt nre jihviiyn
$ 15.00 MiNHFM' Suits Jj7.50
$IS.r.0tailVd Suits 9D.25
$L'5.00 tail MSuit.s .12.5)
$.'15.00 tail'd Suits 917.50
' : 5 l '
With eebsorfl they cut out a boy
Who scampered oflT In joy,
To tho grocery ctoro
To ct flomo moro
Of tlio energy producing GOLDEN ROD OATH.
J'n order lo lake up immediately t
proposition in Sail Krancisoo 1 linvjii decide
offer mv Orchard nt a (IIMOAT SACIM KICK.
IF THERE EVER WAS A BARGAIN
THIS VALLEY, HERE IT IS
8 acres .Hear Creek bottom soil, 2 miles north of
iWedford jiost office, planted to Mow town 1'ippins
eleven years old, and inlorplnntcd -with llarllot.t
and U'Anjoii .Hears 'I and fi years old. A strictly
commercial ))i,oposition, jIelons, Potatoes, Corn,
etc., CAM j!'! grown lo perfection hetwe.on the
rould Hiiggpst U pai'lies having a Jiltle idle
cji)itnl that this proposition will pay much hotter
than LOAN I NO money. A NUHI', 'l'ICK-UI OK
$1500 to $2000 Can he. made inside of six months.
Aly price is $5,000, $:i,000 cash, Imlmioo on time.
Itoul value of place $8000.
F. G. Andrews, Owner
Hotel Holland Medford, Orogon
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