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IUZDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDKOLtD, OWKOON, 'JTKSUAV. 1)1'QE,M13RT? 21, 1915
W. I. Vawtcr passed a fairly good
night, but his general condition to
day Is not much Improved.
25 oft on Kodaks at Weston's
Ono of tho ulsters at tho Sacred
Hcnrt hospital was Hont to n Portland
hospital yesfcrday to ho npeclally
trented for lllnoi.
Weston Camera Btiop for first class
Kodak finishing and Kodak supplies.
Tho mid-monthly Hlblo study class
of tho Xlaptlat church will ho held
Wednesday at tho homo of Mrs. K.
Sovoral Medford peoplo who havo
reon Forbes Robertson In the I'naalnK
ot tho Third Kloor Hack, iironouneo
It to ho a vory wonderful and uplift
ing Christian play.
All tho latest sheet music nt Gc per
copy. Music not carried In stock
will ho ordered for you nt Halo's
Any person having nnythlng to ilo
nato for the needy In tho wny of
clothing or provisions would confer
a fnvor on thoRo concerned by noti
fying Mr. Handy of tho Christian
Sunday school between this datu and
Kodaks mako useful Xmns pres
ents. WfiJjton Ih offering them lit
nutto Knlls Wood yarn Phono 48
or 223. Wood all kinds.
I). H. Montgomery, of Ashlnnd, wbh
a busy visitor In this city jestorday
Tor watch worn tnnt satisfies,
Jnhnunn the Jeweler. 220
President H. V. Pohlnnd of tho Cit
izens bank of Ashland, wns n Med
ford visitor yesterday afternoon.
Wh"n better insurnnrn U sold
Holmes The Iwnirnnr .Man wilt sell
Tho public mnrkct will bo open
Thursday and Friday and will bo clos
Tlobort Hallo, of Spokane, Is look
ing over our valley during tho week.
Itcddy's JewclrV Storo will bo open
evenings from this dnto until Christ
CharloH Jnclttt, of Hornbrook, Call
fornla, Is n business visitor In Med
ford and vicinity this week.
Wanted, 200 laying hens nt once,
White Leghorns and lthodo Island
Ilcds; wrlto what you hnvo and how
tunny. Wr'lto mo lit Jacksonville.
Anton Zorto. 237
Joe Cordon, of Crescent City, Cal
ifornia, Is n business vlvltor In this
valley this wook.
Wo havo 70 different kinds of
chocolates, our own mnko, for you to
chooso from for your Xinas boxes.
Mcllrldo & Co. 232
W. I. Jones, of llengle, Is enjoy
king n visit to this city today. Ho re
ports things generally much ullvo In
his section of tho county.
Mcllrldo rnrrles tho largest nnd fin
est lino of homo-mndo candle In
Chocolato creams, caramels, chips,
peanuts, etc., only 30c n lb. At Uo
W. C. Peek, who enmo In from tho
Appljgato country yesterday evening,
reports conditions In his region nor
mnl and tho farmers and stockmen
Hot Tnmates nt the Shasta.
J. K, Porrln, of Mount Vornon,
Washington, Is a Hoguo river valley
sojourner this week. He Is being In
terested In many features ot tho val
ley. Home mado tnfrv nt De Voo's
M. 0. (luy, of liiigone, Is nttondhiK
to lniBtnoaa In this part of the south
ern Oregon country this week.
Bee Date Wood about that Mr In
surance policy Office VIU Tribune
Our nd 1 1 are always nice nnd
froth. Wtv mako them. Mi Ilrlde &
Henry II. Hvsuw, tif Sander. Mon
tana, Is a bHaluoaa visitor In Medford
nnd vlelullr UiU wuuk. Uo U much
ImproMwl with tho nilldnt' of our
valloy rlltuato and Uio general lieau
ty of tlm abuthrn Orasnn ronton.
l'lro, tho Kliirlut, will hve hii x
ceptlonnlly good Una of riirUtuicta
pottod and out flow-on. Order now.
Hogg. lllalno, of Vancouver, Waah
Ingtoii, Is on liitornstl Intiulrer about
our valley riwourooa this week. Mr
ltlttlno Is a gHiiorsl furiwir and ikiiiI
trymnu and has town Mttraoted to this
part of th wtMte by our superb ell
mate- ll freely expreaao th oiiu
Inn that wo will not wake much rural
prograM until we set Irritation- and
bo's right- but h U also coHtlaciM
tHhl wo alMttl HMD hava an abuuduui
lUWtMa t floud lh vlle ltk Irri
gation watar km we want um) It.
lie Wcus ham In touch wliu in raoia
niatluH ttvpartHiant of the Ut gov
erHHMMtt aiui rajMtrta that in rflTxl
ungouraglHjf aaaumnaya racamiy from
Ujois a6HN0tlt with H at Salaia. ibis
flftien mu liliaa' far. &lkMlieiv
t coat. Plot, iltmm ui wklla Ik
kJiktng l- aund, ii HMt Mala
A "aalflr i .tfUr OaBl" Mr 7
T. A. Cogswell, of Wenntchee,
Washington, in looking over tho val
ley this week with n vlow to locating
hero permanently. Mr. Cogswell Is
not unfamiliar with dur Southern
Oregon climate nnd ndmlts that It Is
ono of tho chief attractions of this re
gion that may lure him from his up-
por Columbia home.
Do Voo buys bcor hottiPB.
Geo. llryant, n business mnn ot
Seattle, Is attending to business In
Medford nnd vicinity today.
Phono 100 for Hall Taxi Co. Coun
try scrvlco only. Hcnsonablo rates:
largo comfortable tars.
Special for Xinas woek: Poppod
corn per gallon 12c; fresh roasted
peanuts per lb. 12'4r, at The Pop
Mr. Harold Cochran, who Is em
ployed In a bank nt Pendleton, Ore.,
J expected homo tho Inst of tho
wook to spend Christmas with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Cochran
of South Riverside avenue.
llnrtlott Is soiling out furs nt n
great, sacrifice. :t 1 K Hast Muln street
J. O. Corking, tno best all around
photographer In southern Oregon.
Always reliable Negatives mndo any
where, tlmo or pluco. Studio 228
Main St. Phono 320-.T.
Miss l.onore Vnncc, who has been
attending college at llerkeley, Calif.,
ropturned homo Sunday morning to
spond tho Christmas vacation with
her pnrents, Mr, and Mrs. A. J.
Vance on South Onkdnle.
Good dry wood $1.C0 per tier on
ground. It. F. Montgomery, CI 9 S.
In "Tho Chalice of Courage" at the
Star tonight It lermlred f.00 miles or
photographs to take ono scene, This
Is a plcturlzntlon or Cyrus Townsend
Ilrady's wonderful human Interest
A marriage lleenso wnB Issued nt
Conor d'Alono, Idaho, Decombor 10,
to H. C. Matlock of Albertn, Canada,
and Clnra A. Drier, of Medford, Ore
gon. Her rosldcnce Is 8-15 West Bec
Hnvo your old suit fixed up for
Xmns. Pantorlum. 23C
Jon 11. Ileemnn, of Cold Hill, wns
a Medford visitor Monday.
Fresh roasted peanuts at Do Voo's.
Co). J. F. Mnndy has returned
from Chicago nnd Snn Francisco
bringing a party of prospoctlvo In
vestors. Dolled ham and nncon at DoVoo's
W. W. Harmon, chlof englneor of
tho Ornnts Pass-Crcscont City rail
road, was n Medford visitor Monday.
Drs. A. R. and houise Hedges, chi
ropractic physicians, Stewart build-
On Saturday nfternoon nt A o'clock
Rev Harry K. Tucker united In mar-
rlago Mr Park Dally and Miss Mnry
Frances Mnrtln, of Haglo Point, nt
the manso of Rev. W. F. Shlolds. A
few relatives and Intlmnto friends
were present. The happy couple re
ceived tho slnOrb prayers of thoso
present for n long life of unbroken
happiness nnd good fortune, fit"
bridegroom Is a nephew of Professor
Pat Dally, one of the popular edu
tors of the county and at present
principal or the Washington school.
Air. nnd Mrs. Dally will mnko therr
home at Kagle Point, where they hnvo
tunny friends who wish them a happy
Uverythlng for the Christmas table
at Fonts Orocery Co. 233
Announcement Is mado nt Grants
Pass that R. 11. Mlllor, late traffic
mantmer of tho O.-W. R. &. S. Co.
will be president of tho Twohy llros.
railroad fiom Ornnts Pass to Wal
do. This lends color to the report
that the Southern Pacific Interests
tiro back of the ijew brunch.
Rutternut bread at Do Voo's.
J. (I. Oliver, of Vancouver, Wash
ington, Is turrylng In Medford for n
Carpentering nnd snop work, all
kinds. C. K. Collins, 31 X. Rartlett.
A. II. Ferguson, n business mnn of
Portland, Is In the city this nfternoon.
C. H. Chnpmnn, who has been con
fined to his home1, 37G Central ave
nue, for tlireo weeks with lumbago,
Is nblo to bo on tho street today nnd
feels that hu wlllsoon return to bus
iness. Columbia iccords at Palmers.
Albert Foss, of Redding, Califor
nia, Is in Medford today acquiring In
formation about certain mining prop
el lien lu this vicinity.
Try ons of thost big Ice cold G cent
milkshakes nt Do Voo's.
C. K. Humphries, of Astoria, Is In
Medford today nnd will remain two
or three weeks on business connect
ed with tho oxchango of his proper
ties them for undeveloped land In the
foothills of thin valley. Mr. Hum
phries' purpose Is to engngo In tho
stock business hero, should he make
the exchange. Ho has u number of
young cnttle In the foothills thirty
miles back of Astoria. Theso he
would bring to this valley, togother
with a number ot flue cows he owns
In tho Tillamook country.
Rnrtlott'n taxidermist and fur bus
iness for sale. Come In and talk it
over with llnrtlott. 318 Fast Main
The following girls nnd boys who
hnvo been attending 'he I'nlvorslty
ing, 23G Fnst Main 8t. of Oregon nt i:ugeno returned home
Dr. J. K. Ooudy, who hns been 111 Saturday to spend the holidays with
for tho imst six weeks, has recovered their parents: Tho MIbros Ruth Law
sufficiently to be around again.
Special prices on engraved cards,
new and from old plntcs tor a few
dnyfl nt tho Medford Printing Co.
Jeff (trophy, of tho Upper Rogue
rlvor section, hns returned from Sn
lem, where he attended the funeral
of his brother, who uns accidentally
Wo mnko u specialty of cleaning
party gowtiB. Prepare for Xinas.
10. II. Haiiley nnd Frank 11. Mad
don leavo the hitter part of tho. week
for Chicago and Washington, 1), (.
renco, Vera Olmstcnd, Ruth Wilson,
Ruth Nye, I.ucllo Messner, Mildred
Ilrown, Onry Onrrctt, Untold Oroy,
Dolph Phlpps and Oenrge Gates.
Gates soils Ford cart, 200 down
nnd $25 a month. 239
The rain came today, as promised,
but In rather limited precipitation.
Furmers are becoming much discour
ugod over the prospect of another
season of drouth.
Don't wait. 116 It now. What
have you? Clothes cleaned for Xmns.
Karl Reynolds Is again emploed
nt the Wells Fargo office during the
They oxpect to be gone several weeks.
Do Voo delivers tho Oregonlan to holiday rush
vnu every day for 7fic a month. ' Hot lunches nt the Poppery.
Recipient 1 1
.if It's In a ll.il.l) ll.
ItV Ml Right
l.tt lluMyt'sortlHivtiii'nt lilit with ml
niiratioii i'or ou, and ui in.
- TJir ilium mi llu' box that hcai's your ji'W
dry tfil't ti'lU wlu-tht'i vou havo chost'ii i-aiv-l'ul'h
- (Juality jt'wt'lry is the ideal Kit't n a token
if lviui'iul'ii'iuii'i'.' It carrii's abidiiiK l,larin
and i a lilVlmit? tivnsiuv in tho honif.
Thr most fritii-nl ami shivwdwl diamond
i-.i'it wmihl apprtviatf a riujr, luMiirh r
ji'iidant vuming in a UKDDY IU)X in
lin't. fViTViMM apptvfiati'h nuwt jt-wtdry
iluit in deiiNi'ivtl in a Ihx ihnt ln'aiti this
firuiV tiittlt'-nmrk if t'si-cllt'iu'c.
Kr iimlity ami a4rtnuut m-i-
MARTIN J. REDDY
'I'llr JrWi'liM', ai-1 I'lHt
Yixitoix AIvas Wt'h'oiiif
W W Harvey, representing tho
Pacific Fruit Bxpress company, which
uses refrigerator cars exclusively, Is
In the city today from the Portland
Insure your' anto In the Alllanco
ngalnst theft, fire. C. Y. Tengwald.
C. C. Merrill of this city left this
morning for l.ompoc, California,
Ruy Medford nm.lo candy at tho
William Maultby arrived homo yes
terday evening to spend the holiday
scuson with his wife and daughter.
Mr. Maultby has been In the mining
country west of Grants Pass for
Home time developing property In
which ho Is Interested. He reports a
great deal of rain In that region.
Smoke King Spitz nnd Pantela, two
best Gc cigars on market. tf
Tom Kahler left for Cottage Grove
this morning on business that will
detain him for somu days.
All tho latest sheet miiBlc at Gc per
copy. Music not carried In stock will
be ordored for you at Halo's Piano
Tyson Ilcall, of Central Point, was
a Medford visitor Tuesday.
Mrs. Leach, Abdo-Support Rarcley
surgical corset. 32(5 N. Rartlett. '
B. J. Rrown came In from tho Ap
plegate country today with n quantity
of fruit from that district. Mr. Rrown
owns a farm In tho corn belt In lowu,
which ho recently visited. "Things
looked so bad there, especially In the
upplo line," said Mr. Ilrown, "that I
couldn't get bnck home soon enough.
Tho orchards are practically gone In
that section. Pests nnd sovere win
ter wehthor hnvo ruined them. They
can't raise nppleu there any more.
Hereafter, they will have to obtain
their apples from this and other ap
ple districts of the coast country."
All the latest sheet music at Gc per
copy. Music not carried in stock
will bo ordered for you nt Halo's
A. F. Rufert, a farmer of tho San
Joaquin valley, California, Is In the
city this week looking nbout tho val
ley with J. W. Wukcfleld for n farm
to rent. Ho desires to mnko arrange
ments by which he nnd his family can
make this valley tholr place of porma
ment abode. He Is very pleased with
Southern Oregon so far ns ho has
been nblo to see It.
Tho Page thcatro received word
from tho Helllg theatre, Portland,
stntlng Margaret Ullngton plnyod
tlireo days capacity nnd that Miss
Ullngton is moro wonderful than over
In her latest succoss "Tho Lie."
Geo. T. Hughes, a rancher near
Phoenix, Is doing business In the city
All barber shops will close Christ
mas and New Year days at 11 a. m.,
but will remain open on the Friday
evenings preceding until 9 p. m. 2I5
Dave R. Itcnfro, of the Umpqua
valley, returned to this city last even
ing and will temaln until after the
holidays. Dave desires to havo It
understood that his stocking Is up
for a big present. A recent removal
from his homo place In the Umpqtta
to this city may nccount for tho fre
quent appearance hero of David him
self. Fast Is, he may locate here per-muncntly
W. J. Smith will leave tonight for
Newport this state, to be absent sev
eral days on business.
Jones Grocery sold 1." cases ot
oranges Saturday. Why? 234
Th6 annual Chrlstmns tree celebra
Hon by the Medford Elks last night
was nttended by several hundred
members. The minstrel Bhow put on
excelled nnythlng of tho kind ever
undertaken by tho lodge. They will
produce It for the Ashland Hlks on
December 2S. A great many visitors
were present from Grants Pass nnd
Ashland. The usual arrangements
were mado for contribution to the
Christmas baskets of the children of
Ruy jour oranges of Jones. 234
Abo Nelson, of Butte creek dis
trict, Is In the city for tho week.
Rig Xinas bargains In ornngos, nuts
and groceries at Jones Cash Grocery.
PBTItOGRAD.'Dec. 21. Tho fol
lowing ofUclnl communication was Is
' In the Rnltlc Friday we sank tho
cruiser Bremen and a torpedo boat.
ATTKNTIO.V It. A. M.
Special convocation this
evening nt 8 p. m. Instal
lation or officers. All
Royal Arch Masons urged
to be present.
233 A, N. HILDUnRAS'D, Secy. '
TOO urn: to classify.
FOR SALB- Ford touring car. Wll
lard storage battery, electric lights,
Stromborg carburetor, K. W. shock
nbsorbors, sont covers, nil In good
condition, Apply Crater Lake Ga
WANTBD Tt'RKBYS For prime
fancy stock dressed 20c; nllvo 174
cents for dollvory Wednesday, 22nd
only. Will buy again Monday 27th
for three days. Phone 71.1. Home
phono 7-F.V C. C. Paul.
WANTBD A small, modern furnish
ed bungalow, close In. Rux L. A.,
Mall Tribune. 23.'.
WANTBD Woman to do family
washing In exchange for sewing
machine. C. A. Chapman, 37G
South Central, Phone 390 23.r.
One of tho important, ways of prosorviny; the old-timo ("hristinas spirit is t
homecoming and the nocompnnving Christmas dimuM'. For this dinner y
will doubtless want the best, and fromour complete stot
!: v. . t .in surely please
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
ALSO A NEW AND COMPLETE LINE OF CHRISTMAS CANDIES
PHONE OIWKKK TCAttLY
GOOD GOODS EFFICIENT SERVICE
MARSH & BENNETT
Second door east of First National Hank.
Do Your Xmas Shopping
in a Man's Shop
W hsre he himsslf would Luy. Here ysu get the
careful attention, of experiShced salesmeh wKo
know just what men wish, and coming from hers
Hie gift carries with it ah added valus ih ths
eyes of the recipieht. For the one too busy
te do their shopping ws issue Glovs, Hat and
Msrchandiss Bonds for an amount. The re
cipient chooses his own prsssnt at his convehishce.
Model Clothing Co.
CORNER MAIN AND BARTLETT STREETS