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A quiet wcddlnR toow place at tho
First M. K. church, North Hartlett
street, Thursday morning nt 8 o'clock,
July S, 1015, when Attorney If. A.
Cnnuday and Miss Z. Myrloll Williams
wore united In the holy hands of mat.
rlmony hy the pastor, ltcv. J. K.
Hawkins. Jioth (initios are well
known In Medford. Tho bride Is a
very charming nnd accomplished
young lady, hnvlng como from Ohio
to Oregon, nnd for Rome time taught
Hchool In Douglas county, afterwards
coming to Medford. For the past two
years she has boon employed In ono
of Medrord'n leading mercantile es
tablishments. Theg room Is ono of
Medford'fl rising young InwyerR, hav.
tng como from Illinois nbout four
years ago nfter resigning the office
or public guardian, which office ho
held hy appointment of overnor Chns.
Roneen of Illinois, He Is n man of
Hterllng iiinlltles and exceptional
ehaiacter. A host of friends wish
them the greatest of happiness and
nucress In this new life. .Mr. and
Mrs. Tanaday left on the morning
train for n short trip.
The nation's birthday was very ap
propriately celebrated by tho employ,
cos of the Palmer Investment com
jinny, Modoc Orchard, giving n pic
nic party on tho shores of the river
llogue. Tho day was spent by tho
men fishing nnd though tho catch
was smnll, Mr, Al Slmmouds succeed
ed In landing qulto a fine steelhcnd,
thereby earning tho honors. A sump
tions repast was provided by the la
dles, after which gameH were played
nnd a motorcycle raco, won by Mr.
Foley, wnR pulled off. All returned
hnppy, tho result of spending n sano
celebration. The following wero pros-
ent: Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarke Davis, Miss
(Slenny Davis, Mrs. Stykes nnd llttlo
son, Robert, Mr. William Davis, Mr.
IMwIn Mills, wire nnd children, Mr.
.Harry Merrlmnn, wlfo ant' children,
.Mm. Joluminn nl daughter, Miss
Ilelc: Mr. nnd Mrs. Al Slmmonds,
Mr . nnd Mrs. Rimer Lester nnd baby,
Rlliett: Messrs. Rimer Hull, Frank
Kiddle, Fred Ilollmnn, Voss Thonip
son, Frank Foley, Chns. Lester, John
lllimlnghnin, A. M. Wilson and J. O.
Mrs. S. T. Husoy and daughter,
Miss Ilorthn, of Urbann, llllonls, arc
guests or Mrs. II. T, Hubbard at Oak
Knoll orchard. Mrs. nusey has been
n prominent member of tho board of
trustees of tho university of Illinois
mid In Jllio widow of General Husny,
who was tho flrnt ilemorrat to doreat
Undo Joo Cannon for representative.
Mrs. H. L. Wilson returned to tho
valley Inst evening nfter a four
months' trip to hor old homo In Chi
cago. Mrs. Wilson was nrcompnnled
nH far ob San Francisco by Miss Vlr-
glnln O'Connell also of Chicago, who
will be tho guest of the Richard Wll
son's at ranch RI Xldo after n week's
stay in snn rrnnctsco.
Tuesday ovenlng the Roheknh team
entertained about sixty visitors and
members, Xn speclnl program 'had
been prepared, but several Interesting
talks front visitors nnd members,
games and friendly' chat mndo tho
hours jiass only too quickly. Ico
cream nnd cako wero sorved during
Mrs. J. R. Sollss of Weed, Califor
nia spent tho jinst two weeks In Med
ford, visiting with relatives, and hav
Ing her ojes treated by our Medford
specialist. Sho left for home Wed
nesday feeling very much better.
Tho ladlos of tho Pncohontas gave
a card party Friday evening nt tho
Redman hall In honor of Mrs. Hates
of Senttle. Mrs. Hates formerly lived
in Medford and Is now making a lee
turo tour through tho state.
Mr. and Mrs. H. X. Moo nnd Dr.
and Mrs. J. I). Rlddell left Sunday by
auto for San Francisco where they
will spend two weeks visiting the ex
Mrs. George Llndley and son Xolo,
ami daughters Misses May and Jose-
pfclna, loft Wednesday hy auto for a
visit to San Francisco and the fair.
Mrs. George Corey returned Thurs
day from a three months' visit with
frUnrfs and relatives at Minneapolis.
Mrs. L. R. Wakomnn entertained
Uio XhIIo Hridgo alub at her home on
Jtorth Oakdale Thursday afternoon.
Mr and Mm Ralph Hardwoll aro
Msiting San Pruncltco and the Fair.
The Home Missionary Society of
the Methodist church met at the home
of D. T. Lawton, aiO X. Hartlett, Fri
The program was ns follews:
Devottonals led by Mrs. John Car-kin.
Several Interesting talks were giv
"Work Among the Mormons In
Utah', hy 'Mrs. J nines Cnmpboll,
"Work In Porto Rice," bo Mrs. Clnr-
enco Meeker, were nmong tho num
bers. ery enjoyable anil Instructive talks
were also given on three Industrial
schools, nnmoly, France De I'auw, Los
Angeles; The Mary J. Piatt Industrial
School, Tucson, Ariz., nnd The Hnr
wood Industrial School or Albuquer
que, X. M. Theso schools nrc all
located among the Spanish speaking
people ot the south. After tho pro
grnm refreshments were served by
The MiriHifiiimy Hoeicty of the M.
K. Church South met with Mr. II. F.
Fifcr, 1021 Vniieouver avenue, We.t
iictlny iifternonn. The following
program wiih enjeyed: Sonjr,1 'What
ft Frieiul'; Ilihle lesion, Luke, 'Jlt
rlllItr, Min. Tn,lor; prayer, Jlr.
Riley I). Unison; paper, "divina,"
Mrs. Robot t L. Tnylor; pnper, "Why
Do You dive1" Mrs. K. ('. Nice; nolo
nnd (jnnrtet, "Sweet Hyp nnd Hye";
paper, "Stewardship," Mrs. Ililoy I).
Heiison; rending, "Tho Iinmigriint,"
Mrs. H. V. Filer; Hong, "Ninety nnd
Nine"; rendition, Miss .Murl'ieda
I)no; benediction. Mr. Fifer solved
daiiitv icf'reshinents, nsnisU'd iiy
Mrs K. C. Kicc.
A numbor of the younger Ret mo
tored to Ashland Friday evening to
attend a swlmlng purty at thellel
mnn baths. Those ntendlng were tho
Misses Rlnora Vance, Jean Hudge,
Rsther Warner, Catherine Deuel,
Mildred Antle, Mildred Wicks, Ruth
Warner, Kittherlno Sworn, Gladys
Peart, Dorothy Thome, Helen Rwoll,
Dorothy Churchill and Leah Wnl-
thers; Messrs. Ralph Plorc'. Jay
(lore, Frank Hav. Horace Hromley,
llnxold Otn-nrnn, Carter Hrantlon,
Moyd Wllllnmson,, Herbert Alford,
Milton Schuchnrd, Rmersou Merrick,
Hob Wilson, Lyle Wnlthers, Jeromo
Churchill, Percy Churchill. Luto
Deuel nnd Ralph Moris.
A ramping party romposcd or, flf
toen menibprs of the jounger set
spent Sunday and Monday at Pros
pect. They were acompanled by Mr.
and Mrs. M. L. Alford. Those In the
party wero The Misses Helen Rwoll of
Marysvllle, Cal., Dorothy Churchill
of Yrcka, Frances Kinney, Leah Wul-
thers, Vera Olmstond, Jean Hudge,
and Mildred Wenwsj Messrs. Tercy
and Jeromo Churchill of Yrekn, Cal.,
Carter Hrandon, Lyle Wnlther, Rm
mcrsan Merrick, Robert Wilson, Jay
Corn and Herbert Alford.
Mrs. Hates of Seattlo was entertain
ed Friday evening by tho ladles of tho
Pocahontas lodge. Refreshments
wero served nt tho closo of tho even
ing by tho following cemmittee: Mes
dnmes Carle Halcom, Julia Ham
mond, nnd Rtehl Hnortlo. Tho en
tertainment comltteo consisted of
Mesdamcs Nellie Turpln, Lynn
Cnrnes and Xorma Martin.
Miss Lydln Leonard of Phoenix,
Ariz., arrived lit Medford Friday
evening to visit hor brother, Gcorgo
Trolchler, and family. Mr. Leonard
will spend tho punier visiting In tho
Mrs. W. F, Orirrin and dnughter
Margnorlto of Horkoloy. Cal., arrived
In Medford Friday. July 2, for a visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H.
Sollss, of Xorth Dakota avenue.
Tho ladies of St. MtirkV will give
n silter tea next Wednesday after
noon nt 2 o'clock ut the home of
Mm. I'urdin, '21 flnievu avenue. All
Tho members of the MedfoVd flolf
nnd Country club will give n stag din
ner this evening in honor of ('hand
ler Kgan, winner in the noithwot
Tho airls Thursday Hridgo Club
was, entertained at the homo of Mrs.
Weldon Middle at Kenwood orchards
Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Van Scoyoc and
family loft this week hy auto for San
Francisco, whore I hoy will visit the
Miss Lnlliroji of Denver. Colorado,
Is visiting at the heme of Mr and
Mm. A. T. LathroH of tho Penhro
Mr.nnd Mrs. Hlehard Schiller and
daughter. M1m ItHth. loft Thursday
b) auto for a month's visit In Portland.
MEpycmp mrc tribune,
A quiet wciMing tool; plnee nt the
Sonlh Methodist pnrsonagc, comer
of Onkdalo and Main streets-, Sundnv,
July 4, nt 10 a. in., when Miss Maude
MeCaslin nnd Lester Weiss were
mnrriei), Kev. II. M. Hrauliuni of
Hie Oakdute Avenue Mcthndit
cliurcli jK'rformed the ceremony in
the presence of the families of both
bride nnd gioom. Tim young couple
have the well wishes of tlieir ninny
Harold Coehrnn, Hornep HroTnlev
nnd Milton Sehuohurd spent Sunday
and Moudnv ns the guests of Frank
Kny nt n home party given in the
Kny enbiu, neur (Told Hill. Upon re
turning to Medford Mr. Kny enter
tained with n dinner patty nt the Ho
tel .Meiilonl .Moudnv evening.
The Indies of Hie Presbyterian
eh inch held mi all-day pieuie in the
upper park nt Ashland Friday. About
th'nty or thirty-five ladies were pres
ent. Miss Lenora Oodlovn returned
home Thursday after spending several
months visiting relatives In Resort,
A children's party was given by
the ladies of the Country club at the
club house Thursday nfternoon.
Tho ladles ot tho Country club en
tertained wltth a tea at tho club
house Wednesday nfternoon.
Miss Josephine Drown loft Thurs
day tor Snn Francisco, whom she will
attend tho exposition.
Mm. Kiehnrd L. Wilson has to
tiirued from nil extended visit to
Mr. and Mrs. R, H. l'aisons nnd
fuinily me visiting ut Cuter laku tlii
Joliult. Kninult, Jr., left for Snn
Frnnoihcn the first of the week,
wlieio ho will spend his vacation.
Julian Abbott, Kuymond Keter ihh1
Alfred Xorris left for Weed Monday,
whore they huvo secured employment.
II. I.ny and fnmilv mid Mrs. Kl
Cook spent sevornl dnys camping on
Thompson creek this week.
Misses F.ttu mid Margaret Noteoni
have totiiiiied to Asliliinil nllur,
spcuilintr u week with Miss Corn
Dr. and Mis. .). M. Kohiuson and
Miss Dorlund Kidiiusou jeft for San
Francisco Thursday, where thev will
spend n mouth diking in tho oMisi
tiou. M"r. mid Mrs. !'. C. Smilli mid son
lire sM'iiding the week with Talent
H. M. Collins, who loeeived injur
ies to his eye from n skyrocket while
attending the Foiuth of Julv cole
hrntiou nt Palmer creek, is still con
fined tp his hod.
Mrs. Ktta Knnis mid Miss Itulli
ettn Huiiis have gone to Poitlaiul to
spend the summer with rolutives.
The Avoudulo club spent the
Fourth of July hy piciiiiiking on the
hanks of the Applegnte. Following'
wero the members who went on the
outing. Mr. mid Mrs. F. J. Fih mid
daughter, Dr. mid Mrs. (lohleii and
sou, Mr. nnd Mrs. ('. J, Numm and
dnughter, Mr. mid Mr. 1. Keter mid
dnughter, Mr. and Mis. Lewis I'lrioh,
Mrs. Frank Dennett mid sou, Mis.
Mnye Thompson of I'oilland mid Mr.
nnd Mrs. Hluiue Kluiu. The club also
enjoyed n pienie sttppor in the patk
nt Ashlnnd Wednesday evening lol
lowed by a swim ill HoliniinV hnths.
I.lovd Mngill of Kugene Iiiih chunsi
of the City dnisr toio in the nh-eiie.'
of Dr. Kohiuson.
A nttv compo-ed of Mih.es Xellie
Collins, F.vn Couch, lie. Cohin,
Kate liucklcv nnd Mollie Kav left for
Sun rmncinco Friday to isit the e
position. Buy Your Fall Suit or
Gus the Tailor
on the Vm)- Payment plan
TRUE TO ITS NAME
GET OUR PRICES
11 j N. (. cntr.il Ae,
At the Churches
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First CJmivli r (In 1st, Kclnitist
Sunday services nt 11 o'clock. Sub
Wednesday evening testimonial
meeting nt 8 o'clock.
All are cordially Invited.
Sunday school nt 10 o'clock. All
under tho age ot 20 arc welcome.
Heading room In church edifice, 212
Xo. Onkdale, open from 130 to 4i30
dally except Sundays and holidays.
Fli-st .Methodist Kplsi-opal
Corner of Fourth and Hartlett
streets, J. K. Hawkins, Pastor.
i Sermons nt 11 a, m. nnd S p. nt.
Subjects, "From Poverty to Pros
perity," "Damnable Sin."
There will ho a prelude to the even
ing sermon In the answering such
questions ns "Is It wrong to wnter
lawn on Sunday?" "Can ono ho
saved and not know It?" "When nnd
why wns the Sabbath day rhanged?"
Special music at nil shorvlrcs with
musing congregational singing. A
cordial welcome and courteous greet
ing for alt.
District quarterly meeting nt tho
Free Methodist church, corner 10th
Thero nro throe prenchods with us
from dlffcreno jinrts of tho district
besides Rev. D. 1). Dodge, our district
older, who Ir In charge or tho meet
ings. Thorn will be n service tonight
nt 7:. 10.
Sunday services as follews:
Sunday school, a short session at
9:. 10 followed by an old-fashioned
Preaching at 11 a. in. Adminis
tration of tho Sacrament of tho
Lord's Supper after preaching.
Missionary service at a p. m.
Preaching nt 7; .10 p. in. This gos
pel feast Is frpo. Como and enjoy
It with us. You are welcome.
J. R. HRADLRY.
"A Llvo Church With n Cordial
Morning service 1 1 o'clock.
Subject. "The Christian Rxtrn,"
Rev, F, W, Carstens, Pastor.
lCvonlng service, 8 o'clock. MIrs
Rnhiite Haider, a nntlvo of Hnalbek,
Srla, will lecture, sco notice bolow.
Sunday school 0: in a, m.
H. Y. P. U. 7 p. m.
At S o'clock on Sunday ovenlng
Miss Hainan Haider, of Haalhek,
Syria, will lecture. Sho Is a young
lady of exceptional pnsonal charms,
winning her way by her ldeaslng
Oriental manner. Rducntcd nt llaal
hek, and nt the American Presby
terian seminary nt Sldon, she pos
sesses rare gifts as a platform speak
er, and never falls to hold tho atton
Hon of her nmlltois. Her apjicar-
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SATURDAY, JULY . 10, 1013
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THEIR LOVE STILL
Miss Hope Hunter, dnughter of n
wealthy Aiistruliau onttlemnu, who
proves thnt love enn lemnin neutral
in a wur-utud world, hy going half
way nroimd the world to niurrv Lieu
tenant Frank K. Weed, a (lei man
nnny officer nnwKii New Yoik.
The wedding is si'hoduled as soon
as Miss Hunter roaches the east, the
arrangements having' been inniln by
cubic, despite tho objections of her
pin cuts. Lieutenant Weed got leite
of nhsenco, ut Cupid's dictation, mid
the honeymoon will ho n trip through
the iuiue-7oiic hack to the Futher
anco in rich nntlvo costume gives
her story a unique Retting, making
nn entertainment that will linger
long In the mind of tho people. "Hor
command of Rngltsh, her jiowcr of
word-pnlntlng, hor vivid Imagination
all romblno to make hor one of tho
most effective of speakers." A hearty
Invitation Is extended to all to como
and henr "Our Syrian finest."
Pit's))) tot Inn Cliurrli
Cor. Main and Holly Sts.
Preaching nt 11 a. in. Subject,
"The Poor Man'H Cry nnd God's Ans
wer' Preaching nt 8 p. m. Subject "The
Glory of God In the Heavens nnd tho
Rurth." In this service GO views of
Yellowstono Park will ho used. Fine
vlows with a good iantorn. All nro
invited, and freo to all who love ita
turn and whoso eyes aro open to see
Sunday school nt 10 a. m.
Kindergarten nt 11 a, in.
Y. P. S. C. R. at 7 p. til. Subject,
"Making Llfo Worth While," Lender,
Jay Ish (lore.
Prayer meeting nt 7:30 p. 'in.
All aro cordially Invited to theso
riit Christian flnu-rli
Cor. 9th nuil-Oululnln. ,
We will hnw special iitustcnl num.
A complete, comfortable, everyday lioinc where Electricity Is a
Electricity limits, heats and cools every room,' prepares anil
cooks the food, pumps and heats the water and does all the hard
work and drudgery aliout the house.
Electricity plays the piano while doing the washing and Ironing
and at the same time washes the dishes and sweeps the floors.
Electricity takes care of the automobile and Is the master me
chanic In the workshop.
Electricity sews, makes ice and Ice cream, keeps away burglars,
runs the children's toys, pumps the water, separates milk, churns,
washes bottles and does a hundred ant) one other everyday tasks
about the house and barn.
Our representative will he glad to, call and give you an estimate
for Installing and operating any of the appliances.
hers morning and evening. Wo will
welcome you to theso services.
iMomlng 10-(R, sermon, "Ho That
comcth unto mo I will In no wise cast
Rvenlng. 8 o'clock, Bormon, "1
C. K. society meets nt 7 p. nt. With
a largo number or young peojilo pres
ont. He ono of thorn.
Sunday school nt 9: in, Wo hnvo
classes for all, with the vory host
teachers and solicit you to visit and
MliUwrck prayer mooting Thursday
S p. m., Mrs. Qulgloy, loader.
Wo welcome all and strangers In
particular to our services.
HARRY R. TUCKRR,
Central Point, Chinch Xods
Heglnnlng Sunday, July 11, tho
Christian people or Central Point will
hold union HcrvlceR each Sunday even
ing during the summer RonRon, Tho
four churches uniting In this work
nro tho Christian, Methodist, Proshy
tcrlan nnd Hnptlst.
It has been jilanned for the four
congregations to moot In Central Hall
and have each pastor preach In turn
ns follews: July 11, Rev. J. R. Doran,
Presbyterian: July J 8. Rnv. J. D.
Wylle, Hnptlst; July 2C, Rev. Dlg
itlns, Christian; Afig. 1, Rev. Smith,
For tho four following Siindny
evenings In August each rosjiectlvo
pastor In turn Is arranging to Invito
In n speaker from outside. Thus
giving tho four congregations and
public an opportunity to henr a good
ly number of speakers. In some ensos
arrangements hnvo already been coin
plotod for the outside speaker. Fur
ther announcement of this will bo
mndo from tho pulpit.
The hourly Interest already mani
fested In this united work Is most
gratifying and It Is hoped that all
will co-operato for tho greater suc
cess of thn-work.
The services will begin at 8 o'clock.
A cordial Invitation Is extcudod toj
the public to attend those services.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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IF YOU WANT
A Hl'HINF.SK TRAINING OR A HKTI'CH POSITION, ATTEND THE
M. C. C. SUMMER SCHOOL
STOP AND THINK! If you wero really worth more money, you would
bo getting It. Your only salvation Is to make yourself worth more.
The M. C. C. can train you to he more efficient. Rfricloncy means Increas
Enroll Monday at the M. C. C, 31 N. Grapo St, mid make yourself
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MAIN ST., MEDFORD. OREGON
PICNIC FOR JULY 30
The Iowa societv of Jnokson eoun
ty, consisting of HOO or -100 fonner
residents of the great com state, will
picnio at Ashland, Friday Julv HO.
An effort is being mndo to hnvo ev
ery fonner Inwuii in southern Oregon
nttend nnd n huge delegation will ho
on linml from (1 rants Pass mid Jos
ephine county jioints. There will ho
u program of sports at the picnic,
consisting of foot races for men, wo
men, girls mid hoys, nnd races for
the fat and lean of both si.cs. The
winners in tho women's events will
race the winners in the men's events.
There will ho music, readings nnd
speeches. The favorite Iowa game
of pitching horseshoes will he n jmit
of the program, An effort is being
mndo to secure special rules on the
Tho comniitteo on ports for the
tiny nrc: Dr. Howard, K, A. Welch
mid Mrs. Sheets, nnd the committee
on arrangements, C. I), lloon, Dr.
Kickcrt mid Mrs. Holding.
Let mo mnko )onr glaRsos LW'IS
IHLR HI FOCAL- or two pair In ONR.
They'll glvo you iierfect vision for
both far and noar objects,
MEDFORD. - - - OREGON
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