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i.ikv U Mll'U HIVKIt 11MJK1KH rAun Ivto mi 1 PER5NflL LOCAL The Eest Music Inthe World -10c! CMRtnndlcta)KwyoaGrriaY Shot Mum tlx edition tlutiriwa yott to wurHi's most (uhm iiimIw pwcafc, nftutuully printed on tlw I of mm far 100. You couldn't buy brtnr maic moreWutifulIj atmtaj why pv kigtiar prices? AartlCkaras llhhM BanmnU Po Pi1 Battarlr Malbjl8oaata BmllHIl 8taitnUd DTnmUn WiUlmmTtU Crima Bluha TrTitm Martha Ttuai The Ftattarw All Mhctfcns eartilM and tuarw tad to be comet. Aak tor Dm CUr Cuafec-it' n The Masic id Pbii House StMtoa Rowcll. Proprietor 4. 4. 4 -f SOCIAL 4- 41 Dinner Party Mr. and Mrs, B. I Churchill en tertained the following guest at Thanksgiving dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Dell Churchill, Mr. and Mrs. Max- well, Mr. and Mrs. Allyn and eon, Mr. and Mrs. Kirfcer, Mr. and Mrs. Griffin and Miss Abrams. Dancing Party An Informal dancing party was given Tuesday evening in the Moose Hall by Messrs. Don Eearns, Harry Edgerton, Royston Uacey and Lee Wilson. Very enjoyable music was rendered by the Neilson orchestra, and an especially good time was en joyed by all present. Miss Sabin Entertains Miss Marion Sabin entertained a number of her friends Wednesday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Sabin, on Lawn ridge avenue. The house was very beautifully decorated In chrys anthemums. The evening was very enjoyahly spent in music and games. Delicious refreshments were served to the guests in tha Jat'e. part of the evening. Umbrellas Bros. repaired at Cramer n p rxrson. or Asmana. was a business visitor here Saturday. Formamlnt tablets. Sabin has it. Airtight heaters at Cramer Bros. Reinhold Schmidt spent Thanks giving at home and returus today to the naval unit at the O. A. C. Paper white Narcissus bulbs at Cramer Bros. 2S Yarns for sweaters. Handicraft Shop Medford. . 89 Emett Hoffman spent Thanksgiv ing with tils narents and returns this morning to Corvallls. where he la a member of the S, A. T. C You have tried the rest now try the beet. The Panama Cafe. s io.rw.(inn nil heaters for bed room and bathroom at Cramer Bros. Mrs. A. Rice arrived from Eugene Saturday morning and went to Wll derville to spend the winter with her daughter. Mrs. C. C. Robinson. Holland bulbs at Cramer Bros, ss Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ishani and daughter, Arda, spent Thanksgiving with, relatives at Drain. They re turned home last night. Hemstitching and pecoting at 10 cents a yard All work guaranteed The Vanity Shop, Medford, Ore. 27tf Morses' choice Spencer sweet peas at Cramer Bros. -s D. S. Southerland went to Ashland Saturday afternoon to spend the hol idays with his daughter, Mrs. Wnit ney. An excellent turkey dinner will be served at the Oxford Cafe Sun day evening from 5:30 to 7: SO. The rrim a usual, fifty cents. Our Sun day lunch, 12 to 1:30 p. m., 40c. 28 Rogers Bros. 1847 silverware at Cramer Bros. 28 Father Powers and Francis Smith, of Medford, spent a couple of days with Father Vien, returning home Saturday afternoon. Lisk roasters at Cramer Bros. 2S Mr. and Mrs. D. U Roberts left Saturday night for Portland and will arxmd the winter with their son. Henry Roberts, and their daughter, Mrs. C. O. Rosky. Come try our turkey dinner Sun day. The Panama Cafe. : Community silverware at Cramer Bros. S. F. Hopkins and two children left Friday night for Seattle, where the children will remain. Mr. Hop kins expects to return to Grants Pass.- Universal percolators at Cramer Bros. Z Meeting at WlUlerville Rev. H. J. VanFossen. district su perintendent of the M. E. church, is spending the day at WilderviUe and other points, hotdtng conferences. Resumes DutW J. P. Martin, who has been til for several weeks, is again able to be out and will resume his duties as night policeman. Library Open Monday The publlo library, which hat oen closed tor soma time while the rooms were undergoing repairs, will be reopened on Monday at the usual hour. Ktiloriug Merchant Marine- Thomas F. Bring, of Jones creek, left Friday for Seattle where he will no aboard a U. 3. Shipping Board training ship as an apprentice, to be trained for duty as a sailor lu the new merchant marine. He wus en rolled for this sen-Ice by M. Clemens, special enrolling agent of the ship ping board. "Faulty Figuring" In yesterday's issue, the subject ot the sermon tor the Sunday program ot the Church ot Christ should have read "Faulty Figuring" instead of "Fault Finding." MINK RWKKPKIIH AUK lU'HV CLEARING THE NORTH HK. The Brown Horse Died The little brown horse, which has been the companion ot W. S. Barrte on his milk route for so many years, wiU . be seen no more. The horse died on Tuesday. Vannice Buys Property F. U Vannice has bought the L. A. Lucus residence on North Fifth street and his family has moved in to the house. Mrs. Lucus will leave with her sons and daughters. Kick or Co-Operate But above all things don't be noncommittal. There is no place in the program of the church for Indifference but a large place for intense interest. Will Explain If the ladies who were in the Jose phine hotel yesterday to see about a banquet will come In and see the proprietor he will explain and make satisfactory arrangements. 2S Harwich. Nov. 29. Four hundred mine sweepers, under Captain Lyons, commander of the British mine sweeping squadron, have been mobt. Hied tor the task of sweeping the entire North sea and the coasts ot England. Scotland and Ireland. Small fishing craft will supplement the work ot the main fleet. , ERVICE .EKVICE IERV1CE FERVICE u u 2s UALITY UALITY UALITY UALITY a n uantitY UANTITY UANTITY UANTITY This trio of helper, make, our tore the moil popular place in town at which to obtain DEPENDABLE GROCERIES THE ROCHDALE TUB STORE OF GUAHAMTKI& GOODS C. R. FIFIKLD, MatMifrr Ship Breeding Turkey- Mrs. K. M. C. Neil on Saturday shipped a Bourbon Red turkey to a Nevada turkey raiser. This bird, although-weighing 13 to 14 pounds, was hatched In June. Bicycles repaired at Cramer Bros. ni With Pneumonia Mrs. Jeff Pence, of Williams, re ceived a telegram Saturday morning from Camp Lewis, stating that her son, Ray Pence, is seriously ill with pneumonia at that camp. 50 Eggs a Day "Since tising 'More Eggs' I get 40 to 60 egga a day Instead of 8 or 9," writes A. P. Woodard ot St. Cloud, Fla. This scientific tonto haa made big egg profits for thousands of poul try raisers all over the U. 8. Get ready now and make 'big profits out ot your hens thla winter. A 1.00 package will double the egg produc tion and a million dollar bank guar antees to refund your money It you are not entirely satisfied. Send $1.00 now to E. J. Reefer, the poultry ex pert, Room 139, Reefer Bldg., Kan sas City, Mo., or send $2.25 and get 3 regular $1.00 packages on special discount for a full season's supply. Or write tor his valuable free book that tells the experience of a man who has made a fortune out of poultry. Joy Theater Kl'NDAY MOXD.IY Admlitslon SOr 10c J. Warren Kerrigan "A Burglar For a Night" also a Lyons-Moran Comedy "BAD NEWS" COM1XO AXKTT KKM.KKM in "The (jumt of Hie tW FRIDAY AND 8ATUCDAY Return to Roseburg Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Johnson, of Roseburg, spent Thanksgiving at the home of Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stinebaugh. They returned to Roseburg last evening. NEW TOwAY to We strive to heed the call CARRY OX at the Church of Christ Sunday Program Bible School, 10 a. m. Where . the religious education of all ages is given attention. 11 a. m. service in charge of the C. W. B. M. Ladles organ ization' whose aim is to answer world call for workers. Many items of interest on program. Sermon by minister "FAULTY FIGURING" JOS. MOSS AGENCY Fire insur ance, plate glass liability Insur ance. 204 Sixth street. tf Dere Mable" Love Letters of a Rookie," the funniest yet, at Clemens, the Rexall Store. 29 INSURANCE Any kind, best ot companies. L. A. Launer, real estate. tf PIANO TUNING Owing to the ur gent request of a number ot Grants Pass musical people. George W. Cross, of Medford, will again be here on Monday, Decern' ber 2, to fill orders now on hand Any others wishing their pianos tuned and repaired, kindly notify Rowell Music Store, phone 126-J 30 Here From Xcwburg Mrs. Chas. Churchill, of Newburg, Ore., arrived this morning for a few days' visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Churchill. Later she will visit her son at Montague, Cal. There will be no C. E. at reg ular time but a COMBINED SERVICE at 7 p. m. NOTE This in one-halt hour early. BE ON TIME The C. E. will asBist in service. Sermon subject "Autocracy in Religion." All welcome Office Phone Changed Call 22-R or call at 415 G street for F. G. Isham. transfer. 28 WANTED Information as to pres nt whereabouts of Mrs. Flora Hill Page, formerly Flora Hill, who with her husband, moved to Rrants Pass. Ore., sometime in 1903 or 1903, from San Francisco It will be to this lady's advantage to communicate at once with Mit chell ft Gants, attorneys, Alliance, Nebraska. 29 AXCTKErSALE of household goods, firm lmnlements and a team at the H. H. Wardrip ranch In Fruit dale, Saturday December 7 at 1 o'clock p. m. Read the posters for particulars. WANTED At once, a dlehwasner and a pantry girl, both must be experienced. Inquire chef, Jose nhlna hotel. 29tf FOR SALE Good Irrigated ranch on the Applegate, house, three barns, and out buildings, first class water right, all fenced, most ly wire fencing. For further par ticulars Inquire of Geo. Feldmaler, ftrnntfl Pass. 33 Sale Price on Blow-oat Boots Heavy vulcanized boot all sizes regular 75c seller For short time only 50c ' SEE OUR. WINDOW. . G; k. HOBART CO. Make her happy with one of these radiant Christmas Blouses Meeting of Arts and Craft The president of the Society of Arts and Crafts wishes a full at tendance of all members of the so ciety at a meeting to be held at her home 741 South Sixth street, Tues day, December 2. v Medford Honored The city of Medford haa been hon ored by having one of the steam ves sels built at Portland named "The Medford." The good ship, "The Med ford," is. almost completed and will be sent to sea before December 10. She Is next to the last of the fleet of wooden ships built at the Grant Smith-Porter ship yards at Portland to be delivered to the Emergency Fleet corporation. B UY her a new Blouse for Christmas. It's a useful, sensible, serviceable and sure- to-bc-appreciated gift. And as a gentle tip to the men folks, let us tell you not one member of the gentler sex has ever had too many Blouses. To any woman, be she young or old, who love the a (tractive attire (and pray, what woman does not) a new Blouse is always exceedingly welcome. And once having decided to buy a Blouse, then decide to buy it here, for by so doing you will save time, thought, effort and a no inconsiderable amount of money. So complete is our stock with the new Christmas models that you'll readily find here just the model that will surely please, and because of the co-operative manner in which our Blouses are obtained, the prices are certain to be substantially lower than would be paid for Blouses of the same character ordinarily. This new group of models will go on sale tomorrow. Priced especially at "Love Letters of a Rookie" It you care for tun read this book. Clemens, the Rexall store. 29 $3.98 and $5.50 Demonstration Meeting- Miss Ruth Corbett, home demon stration agent, announces that tnere will be a meeting at the high school Friday night, December 6, at 7:80 o'clock to demonstrate simplified table service. It is planned that there will be a series of meetings during the winter tor the purpose of studying the problems of housekeep ing. Miss Corbett states that the in vitation to these meetings is limited to teachers and young women. These tame new styles will be shown tomorrow for the first time in the recognized Style centers of America. This constitutes for you an assurance of absolute style cor rectness and genuine worthiness. Model 2303 Is made of Crepe-de-chlne o't splendid quality. Front is attractively trimmed with tucks ot alternating widths. The collar is convertible. Seams are all doubse stitched and the tailoring through out Is excellent. Model 2302. Neat simple appealing style of fine Crepe-de-Chlne. Hem stitching and large ocean pearl but tons trim ifront and group of tiny tucks ornament convertible collar. $3.98 $3.98 RED CROSS MAKES RAPID INCREASE IN MEMBERS Model 2407 of Georgette Crepe ot superior quality. Collar effectively embroidered with soutache braid, and further trimmed with frilling Joined with hemstitched seam. Open cuffs trimmed iwlth frilling to match. Wide lateral plait and hemstitching trims front. A real character Blouse Model 2408 An extremely refined style, developed ot Orepe-de-Chine of excellent quality. Front Is daint ily embroidered and further trim med with wide tucks and tiny pearl buttons. Front panel edged with hemstitching. A distinctive and de cidedly pretty model. San Francisco, Nov. 30. From 2,000 in March, 1916, the number of members the American Red Cross in the Pacific division, Including Call-1 fornla, Nevada and Arizona, has grown to 1,022,649. In the campaign last Christmas time 435,404 names $5-50 $5.50 THE GOLDEN RULE were added to the roll. j ' i i ' ' . ', ; !