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Oh, Loojc Who's Back from
ANTRAL POINT ITEMS
Mm. Wm. Kitiuiy of Biiinr Valley,
spent tin firm of the week with rela
Mm. II. M Whiteside, C. H. Bend
vrson, Mm. M II, Pnrlter, MU Pnt
iImoii mill llorlmll Holme were
iiiuong our people In attendance at
utrmilt court In t tin Jnrknnnvlllo tin
flmt of Dm week.
Hon. A. It. Remiu'-s spent ii few
hours l'ic Monday iiIrIiI on legal
.Mr McMurray of (Iran In 'aw, II.
1 (Iiovo of liny (lolil and Mr. Ilnln
of lolo uir calling on friends hern
Mr. uml Mm II. II. Tuttk', Ml""
Itiilli MuiiuliiK, MUn MiiiiiIi' s uml
A. J. Duulap wit" Tuesday nfternooii
Nullum from horn to Medford.
Mr. Drown who linn been visiting
II. II. Ellsworth Iff t for Southern Cul
I fo ml a Monday morning.
Wm Punkey of Klsmath count)' Js
spending tin- winter lth hi mother
mill daughter here.
Mm. J o iNaiirion spent Momlay
In (Irantii Pass.
C. It. Moure ami futility loft for
llu-lr moiiiilnln home. Momlny after
uuoii urrominpled hy Mm, Anns llav
null noil chllitp'ii.
Mr. mnl Mrn. Charier! (Marl;. Mm.
NVwninti, Mm. T. I). Komi, Mm. N.
K?lirmmi. Mrx. J. C. Hi'rrluK, MO.
(Iti'on, MIm litta WllllatiiN, Ml, i:
rhlldi-r Mm. I). McKclloDt Ml
Kdltli ami (Vll Cmrmon, Mm. rfm
ma lli'hli, Mlmt Ainlrey llolinci. MIhk
lua Auntln, MU 01ad) HoIiuch,
MIm lllla Wlltli. MUD Clma Aiulln
mid Cluiiilo White wrri nmotiK Ihn
inmiy (.Vuirul I'oluti'rn lu Mod ford
I PHOENIX I
Mm. !' II. MorrN, of llidolt, Win.
CUiiMn, lu MoltltiK at I lie Iioiup of Mr.
nnd .r. II II JJoycr of North I'ojc
' llov. Mr. Smith of Akhlaml pec'n-IjU-d
thn pulpit of Ilia l'r'-ibytorUn
olu'irrli lat tiunday.
flic '. C T. 0. will nut o( tin'
honin of Mrn. Clinrlux !totxrtn Thiim
MU lorln MnKium hud thn mln
forluno to Injuro her wrlnt Friday
vYt'tiliiR wlillo hkatliiK.
iSr. Ilallllo proachi'd 9undny mom
Iiir In tho Mi'Oiodlxt church at Tnl
iMit.for Hi" taNtor of that rliurrh who
Tho l'rcuhylerlnn Ludlci' Aid will
prevent n liumoroiiH (day entitled
Tljo Old Mald'H Convention," nt tho
W. O. W. hull I'rlday tmuiliiR of til
Mm, Woody who han hcon vIxltlttK
Mr. i'l Mr. II, II. Jloycr.'thv paKt
fiiyv vrokn.lnft for Ijiii AiikpIpu Mnn
day morning. ,
Mm. !:. Wilder mid lufunt datiKh
tur havo been ijulto III for thu punt
MIm I'iij; Carver cntcrtnlncU four
loon youiiK rrleiiiU from Axhliiml
1, Wilder ' nddliiK (Ut ndd)tlon )n
IiIh homo jni Pnrlflo llttliwoy, now
ocr'iiplcil hy Mr, Cortholl nnd family.
John Copo returned from BcaiU
WiiHhliiRtoi). IiihI Friday wioro hi?
wiw' railed novral wctiUa iiko -iy llio
IIIiichh of IiIh dnuithtur, Mlu Yura
Copo. MUh Cop wim ai'tfflrluuljy
rec'ovorod to accompany him homo.
Vlllliuii.llnurdloy left hut week
for' California whoro ho may rpmnl"
thH winter. ' !
M;b. ItoiimcH Sr votitrnod lant
woVit from Josophluo ruutily ' whoro
Mho Iiuh heun vIhIIIuk her mother
V. UUhop rloMOd out IiIh meat inar
hut horn Innt week and anovod IiIh
family lo Vaneouvor, Wnuh., whoro
ho uceupted n position uh aHHUtaut
iunrlor)uoH(or li tlio army iot ut
Col. II. II. Rnrueut
AnnoiincoH IiIh candidacy for court
cllfnun, Socoiul Ward, Medford.
J. W, IlKltlUAN
flnhmllii hU imino to. tho votora of
tho First Ward bh it cnndldato fprj
councilman. IP KMXTKI) I WII.J,
HTItlVIJ TO IK) IlKJIir.
J. V. ntetrnrt
t hereby a'niiounr) mynolf ai
candidate, for couiirlliiian from thn
Mecond wnriH J. Ii. ritowart, 708
II. At. Andnmn
I hnreliy annotiiico myelf an can
dldato for councilman In tho flmt
flcorRo W. I'ortcr
I herowlth onnoiincn myolf ns
cAtidldato for couiictlman In tho flmt
I. J. Stull
I hnrehy atinnunro inynelf an con
uldato for councilman In tho iccoud
J, Ik Deiiuner
I herowlth announco tuynclf at
candidate for rouurlliiiaii In tho third
ward. J. j. Demmcr, COS W. Jack-
A. S. llllloii
Announcen hla randldncy for coun
cilman fromjhe Tlrd Ward. Klec
tlbu January II, IIMH.
J. W. MuTlirir
In aunouucliiR my candidacy for
tho mayoralty, I with to nay that, aa
wo have every axiirauro of a mom
nro'pvfoua year, let us Ktiard agalunt
orrota In juilillr affnlm.
Now, an to tho public market, 1
want to ny that I nm, and alwnya
have been, a atroiiR ndvncatn of the
p'ibJk market, 1 wan nmon; the
fjmt of the council to favor and pro
mote t, I feet that the iuicccm of
our market la duo aa much to my
tjtofrtri aa any other member of tho
council. 1 shall, If elected, uso
oyery honorable effort to niako It n
continued nucreaa, an I reallte tho
great benefit It In to both producer
Now,' at to thn anlonnn. Ho long
aa tho atato and tho city license them
to do btinliien, they are entitled to
do no; hut I am u Htrong ndvocato of
law enforcement, na the lawn exUI,
and when tho lawa nro wrong, wo
have a remedy, It'a up to tho public.
I firmly believe lit ftcninpmont
and profresi, hut not to tho extent
of reckleva oxtravaguuee. Vo mutt
guard against tlila recklcianean, but
not to tho extent of retraction, I
am ntylctly oppoced to any special
privileges ns to locations, persons or
corporations, hut ndlioro rigidly to
tho bust luturcsts of tho public.
I bollovo that Uio snmo considera
tion 1b due. to tho Indies ns to tho
men, In all our public affairs,
W. W. Ktvtt
For tho (nfyriiiutlon of tlie voters
of Medford, I lulio thin method of
announcing my jiosltlon on tho prin
cipal questions ofsnteost to tho
people of our clty.A ,
If olected, tuy'tlmo nnd services
will nlwnyH be nvulln'blo to tho pub
lic and suggestions and crltlclaniH
will nt all tlmea recelvo most care
fill consideration. When over It is
apparent that tho .majority of our
citizens ure united In opinion oppo
site to my Individual views. I will
yield to tho majority, regardless ol
my personal opinions.
Our puhllo mQ.rk;t Hhould poojp
cournged and developed along such
lines as will result In the greatest advantage-
to tho community.
Our'lnwH regarding sanitary .con
dltlona Hhould bo actively enforced,
and Hilpploinentod b' others It thn
ex(stiiR ordinances nro lundocjuntb.
My exporlenres has convlncod mo
that tho suggestion offorcd from
tlmo to tluio b tho votn6it ot tho
community, ovon boforo tno right of
miffroKo wau extondod to them, havo
nlwayri been ot valuo. and sjiohld ro
cevo tho utmost conuldoratlon,
MEDFOTID AfATH TRIBUNE,
'lit. uw'm'ht".')" ' T!i","w.'" ','!'
Our present Jaws regulating tho
saloons and tho sain of Honor, and
such other restrictions ns tho council
or people may hereafter enact,
should ho rigidly enforced, and If
found Inadequate, or Insufficient,
should bo amended.
Our water raten should be revised
so that the cot of maintenance, mid
the neroSRury contributions to the
sinking fund may bo equitably dis
tributed among the consumers, but
tin surplus should bo accumulated at
tho expeiiHo of tlie rale payor.
Tho work of thu finance oommlt
ten and of tho other principal com
mittee of tho council should be
open to suggestion nnd subject to
criticism, and the criticism, sugges
tions, and ro-operatlon of representa
tives of our various rlvlo bodies
rhould bo Invited nnd encouraged In
If elected I plcdgo myself to use
my utmost endeavor lo carry out tho
Ideas oulllucd above, and to glvo
Medford an Impartial, progressive,
J. K. Watt
"At thn Boliciliitiqn of many cili
renn I hnvo decided to licoomo n enn
dldnto for the nffieo of mnyor nt the
comini eteetinii in January. In thin
connection i wish lo Kioto that if
elected, I will use my best effottn lo
give the city u clonn business ml
O, K. nes
During tho last ten days a number
of cltltens havo called upon me, re
questing mo to beconio a candidate
for mayor of tho city of Medford.
After duo consideration and consul
tation with cltlxous In all linos of
business, I havo decided to announco
myself as a candidate for said office.
I therefore present to the votora of
Medford, for their consideration, my
platform, which Is on follews:
An honest, open and atiove-board,
clean cut business administration.
A fair and square deal at all times.
Kqual rights to all. Special priv
ileges lo none.
A genuine peoples public market.
Hcgardlrig tho liquor question.
Personally I do not drink, never have,
but as long as tho government, atato
and city license saloons, and under
strict regulation they obey tho law,
they aro entitled to protection.
Should they persist In disobeying tho
law, their ileenso should bo revoked.
A careful accounting ot all finan
ces. All dlsburionicnts subject to pub
lic Inspection and open for pupbllca
tlon by tho city press.
Due consideration of all petitions
for and against public Improvements.
A rigid practice of economy, oxcept
when such economy has a toudency
to retard progress.
I will further all progressiva mat
ters of general Improvement for the
city, but such must como within the
scopo of good business.
1 shall endeavor to uso my best
efforts for tho keeping ot tho city In
a sanitary condition nt all times,
Whereas, after yearn ot struggle,
tho women havo been given tho
privilege of exorcising their rights
of clttxeushlp, duo consideration will
ho given thorn on all niattem of pub-
3Q.Q Qcren JMllesj south of Klamath
Falls, 'frodrn hoiiho i! ' stall barn,
fenced and Irrigation water on CO
acres, (iu acres mora tinder tho
ditch, nnd balnnco Is pasture. Tht
Is A-1 vhojtt land, mid produces won
derful crops. ' Will tui;o part lu Med
ford property, and 12000.00 cash
will handle It, fOti.OQ per aero.
184 acres C iuUch north ot the
town o Hoguo Itlver. Uood fair
buildings, -in ncroa Irrigated, mora
can bo Irrigated. Good family or
chard. School on placo, $10,000.
I'ny $lu00,00p March 1, 19)?, and
put In Bonio Medford property as
G. D. HOON
Uoout 10, Jackson Count pask Uldg,
MrcPFORP, OKMOX, WKDNBSDAY. DECBMHBtt
' ",'.. yrjrr
lie Importance. Should I ha elected,
I assure tho people that I will bo
mayor In fact an well as name. I
will not bo tho tool ot any clique,
and will bo Influenced only by what
I bcllove to bo right and equitable.
If tho ahovo platform meets with
your approval and you bellavo I am
cap.iblo of filling the office I will
appreclato your support.
C Ii. OATHS.
In tho district court of tho United
States for tho dUtrlct of Oregon.
In the matter of F II. Cain and
J. W. Keys, co-partners as the Valley
Auto Company. Bankrupts.
NOTICi: OF FIUHT MKIiTINO OF
To thn creditors of V II. Cain and
J. W Kes, co-partners us tho Val
ley Auto company, bankrupt:
Notice Is hereby given that on tho
Jtli day of December, A I). I!M2, the
said F II Cain arid J. W. Keys, co
partners tin the Valley Auto company,
were duly adjudged bankrupt, nnd
that the flmt meeting of the credi
tors or said bankrupt will be bold at
the otflco of tho undersigned lu
rooms 20-22 over tho Jackson County
Hank annex In thn city of Medford,
Oregon, on the 24th day ot Decem
ber, A I). 1'J 12, at tho hour of ten
o'clock a. m. ut which tlmo tho said
creditors may uttend, prove their
claims, appoint a trustee, examine
tho bankrupts, order a sale of the
proHrty of the bankrupts, and tran
sact such other business an may pro
Deri como before said meetltiK.
Dated ut Medford, Oregon, this
iOtb day of Decipher. A. a 1112.
I-'ltAXK J. NKWMAN,
Keferee In Bankruptcy.
FOIl ItllNT -HOUHKKKKI'INO
FOIt ItliNT 2 good housekeeping
rooms. 210 North Ilartlett.
FOK IlKNT Furnished housekeep
ing rooms, lights, gas, wood heat
em. linqulro 147 South Central.
FOIt lir..XT IIOL'SICS
FOK ItliNT Five room furnUhed
hoiiMi close lu. Inquire at 103 X.
FOK KF.NT Modern 5 room fur
nlshod house. Call at CO North
FOK KKNT Two modern six room
cottages, close In. Inquire of A.
Duff, :i;i:t i:. Jackson street. 22G
FOK KKNT Modern K room bunga
low, pau'd street, rloso In $lfi. Ap
ply fill) S. Holly St. 22S
FOK KKNT A five room modern
lions. with bam and 2 lots. Call
at 439 North Front St.
FOK KKNT fi room modem bun
galow, practically now. Medford
Kealty & Improvement Co.
FOK KKNT New 4 room bungalow,
linqulro 337 W. 10th. Furnished
or unfurnished. 224
FOK KKNT 4 room house, $5.00
per month. Oold Kay Kealty Co.
FOK KKNT Two room bachelor
homo. 214 8th St. Boo White
FOK KKNT 10 room Jjouso rear of
Farmers & Fruitgrowers bank,
Btiltnblo for business, real estate,
boarding or rooming house. (Ibid
Kay Kealty Co., 6th nnd Fir Sts.
FOIt IlKNT FIKNIHIIKP ltOOMK
FOK RENT Modern furnished
rooms nt tho Cottago, G04 West
10th St., two blocks' south Medford
Hotel. Hot and cold water In
rooms. Mrs. 11. MCoss. 271
FOlTKBNT Largo 'sleeping' room,
si. GO ami 2 per week. Modern
housekeeping apartments, $15 and
llii. Home phono 2GG-K. 222
FOK KENT Strlctlyjtnodorn, steam
honted furnished room with board
for two people. 349 S. Klvorsldo.
FOK ItliNT MlSCKMiANKOUS
FOK RENT Storngo room, ftro and
frost proof. UiQHlr ot1 Scott
Davis, CI N. Oakdale, 228
FOR LEASE Fully equipped placor
mlno. Oold Ray Realty Co.
FOR IlKNT Ranches, largo nnd
small, alfalfa and garden lands,
Oold Ray Realty Co., Ot.b nnd Fir.
FOK KENT- 30 room turulshpd
hqtol on liorcenlaao. Qold Kny
llnnltv f'n '
VOJl RENT 10 room rooming liouso
over Elfort's tailor shop, 207 W,
Malu, Seq Whlto & Tfowbrldgp.
t junr ftoi
rnr, Jo3. and mc
ro' tcr; to
JOIt HKNT- FL'HNISIIIill AITH.
FOK HUNT Smith Apts. 217 8. Rlv.
FOK HUNT Furnished apartment
now, private bath, hot water heat.
Tho llcrben Apartment, 10 Quince
St., corner West Main.
KOIt niiXT OKFICKS
FOK HUNT lirge. comfortable of
flco rooms with elevator sorvlco,
steam beat, hot and cold water.
Low rnti's. Apply Medford Furni
ture k I Idw. Co.
FOIt KAI.I IIOL'KliS
FOR SAKE 4 room houto and lot
$700. $100 cash nnd $15.00 per
month. Cold Kay Realty Co.
FOR 8Al,li 12XIG hoiiso (on run
ners) mtiHt bo moved at oneo.
Priced to sell quick $25.00. cont
$75.00. II. Kliitn 221
FOR SALE A bargain, romplclely
fiiritlfdied tlirei- room house, water,
electricity, one block from pave
ment. $G50.00, terms. Inquire
120 North Front St. 229
FOIt SALE ACKKAOK
FOR SALE Ranches, acre tracts,
town property, from $5 per aero,
upwards on 5 and 10 years time.
Oold Ray Realty Co., Cth and Fir.
FOK SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE 300 Whlto Leghorn lay
ing hens. Some hoiihehold goods.
Privilege renting fho acres, house,
barn, chicken house In city limits
to right party. Phone 370-K. 227
FOK SALE Scotch Collie puppies.
Pedigreed nnd from best stock
Stanton Griffin. Uurrill Orchard
phono Gll-J-3. '
FOR SALE Rose pears In hair
boxes nt the Medford Ice and
Storago Co., by A. II. Robbing. 22G
FOR SALE 12 Plymouth Rock
heiis, laylu, $1.50 each. 12 An
cona pullots, some laying. Shop
hard strain. $1.00 eael). White
Leghorn pullets. Just beginning to
lay $1 each. Thoroughbred llol
glum Cnrmnux pigeons $5.00 per
mated pair. F S. Carpenter. It.
F. . No. 2, Medford, Ore. 225
FOR SALE Heavy farm horse. 11
years old. hotbed sash. 4 It. P.
gaHolluo engine and centrifugal 2
Inch pump, almost uew. R. It. No.
1, IIox 17. 225
FOR SALE Dry oak wood. Phono
FOIt SALE One Incubator. 150 egg
model, canned fruit mid household
goodx. 92G North Central ave
FOK SALE 17 fine White Orping
ton cockerels and 3 lliUf Orping
ton cockerels, very tine stock, llox
73, Talent. Phono Phoenix S15-F-15.
FOK SALE NIco Spltx and New
town culls, 35 cents a box. Sweet
elder 20 cents a gallon, delivered
every Saturday. Phono Home
FOR SALE One pair or horses
years old, weight 1200 pounds,
cheap tr taken nt once, 320 South
King. Phono 323-R. 225
FOR SALE Extra good Nowtown
culls, lc lb. Phono 1302.
FOR SALE Letter heads and tancy
stationery, printed, engraved or
embossed, as you wish at tho
FOR SALE Legal blanks, tresspass
notices, for sale or rent sings at
tho Mall Trlbuno.
FOR SALE Dargnlu, comrortablo
four room house, $1000, cash or
terms. 737 West 14th St.
FOR SALE Fruit box labels lu ono
two or threo colors, printed as you
order at tho Mall Trlbuno,
FOR SALE Calling cards, printed,
engraved or embbssod at tho Mall
, Trlbuno otflco.
FOR SALE Looso .leaf lodgor sys
tems, any style or tmado to order
by tho Mall Tribune blndory.
FOK SALE Do you want to buy
bees. Now Is tho tlmo to placo
them In your orchard. Stewart
tho beo man breeds throo and
flvo banded Italians. Phono
GQ2, P. O. box 021. 232
FOK SALE 1913 5 paasongor au
tomobile almost now. Bargain for
cash. Uox 80, Trlbuno.
FOK SALE -Ono 10 H. P. horizon
tal International Harvostor Co,
gasollno englnu with magnoto,
tank, plpo. otc, All lu first class
condition. Practically now. Will
soil at n bargain. Address C.
Clomonts, Eaglo Point, Oro. 830
1good (,,-.'') ''
w, pKSj i " v - -ssff--
?tUP , i ... .?.
FOIt A LK MISCIXLAVKOUH
FOK SALE Hous tent, with fir.
$10 00. Phone 197-K. 225
WANTED Order your Christmas
turkeys. I). II. Kutnsey, box 23,
It. F. I). No. 1, Medford. 224
WANTED Old books to roblnd or
unbound books to bind. All work
guaranteed. Mall Trlbnno office.
WANTED Up-to-date peoplo to In
stall modern looso leaf systems In
their business. Any stylo and
"Mado In Medford." Mall Trl
WANTED Listings of property
which can be oxchnnged for pro
portion In the Willamette valley.
Portland, Tacoma and Seattle.
J'b-ase rail at once. I leave for
the north Dee. 12th. C. A. MeAr
thur, room 3. P. O. block. 222
FOR EXCHANGE Thoroughbred It.
I. Red hens, laying now, tor dres
ser. Phono Main 7952. 228
FOR EXCHANGE $200,000 Cali
fornia income property, bank
mortgage $50,000. Wants land
or Income in Oregon. What have
you to offer. C A. McArthur,
room 3, P. O. block, phono G381,
MONEY' TO LOAN-
MONEY TO LOAN On city nnd
close In ranch property. C. A.
McArthur. room 3, P. O. block,
MONEY TO LOAN On real estate
Call upon or nddrexs mo at Hotel
Medford. I am out of the city a
part of tho time but a letter ad
dressed mo and left at hotel will
reach mo and receive attention. U.
L. Dodge. 227
C. I REAME3. LAWY'ER Offlco
Medford National Haul: bldg., sec
PORTKK J. NKFF. WM. P. MEALEY
Attornoys-at-l-iw. Rooms 1 und
2. Poslofflco bldg.
A. E. REAMES, LAWYER Gnrnett
MULKEY & CHERRY (It. F. MUL
KEY. GEO. W. UIIBKIIY) Itooma
11 nud JiZ Jackson County Rank
W. J. CANTON Attorney und Coun
sellor nt law. Room 2, Klalto
building. Medford, Ore.
I). II. WOOD Gpucral Accountant
Y'our books audited nnd Kept for a
reasonable figure; jour huslnc&j
solicited. Office, Medford Mull
Tribune bldg.: phono GUI I; resi
dence phono G302.
LAHER AUTO SPRING CO. Our
big secret In making springs Is the
tempering. Wo aro operating tho
largest, oldest nnd best equipped
plant In tho Pacific northwest. Use
our sprlnits when others fall. Sold
under guarantee. 26 North Fif
teenth St., Portland, Ore.
MEDFORD IIIUCK CO. Geo. W.
Prlddy, O. D. Nagle, Geo. 'f.
O'Urlen Contractors uud manu
facturers of brick: dealers In
pressed brick and lime, Offlco ut
their brick yard, West Jacksou st.
Phono No. 34G1.
DR. A. R. HEDGES, Dr. Loulso E.
Hedges, Mcchuuo Therapists,
These systems, lucludlug dietetics,
curative gymnastics, hydro-ther-aphy.
otc, prodtico results lu both
acute, and chronic diseases. Con
sultation tree, 230 North Ilartlett
ht., next door to M. E. church.
Hours 9 n, m. to C. in. Other hours
by appointment. Bell phouo Malu
DR. R, J. LOCKWOOD. Chiropractor,
nervo 'specialist. Rooms 203-04-05
Qarnctt-Corcy bldg. Vapor
baths und sctoutltlu massaga given;
advlcp In dlotettes, medical gym
nastics, hydropthorupy, Lady at
tendant. Phono Home 1 4C-L, Main
LOUIS W. WHITING Civil engineer
nnd siirvoyor. Water filings nnd
Irrigation work a specialty; sur
veys, subdividing, building grades.
city engineering, druftlng. sowor
tlesigu, concroiQ woric, pump ami
canal systems. Room 2, Palm blU.,
By "Bud" Fisher'
CHOW YOUNG'S Chinese medicines
will euro rhouihallnra, catarrh,
colds, golture, throat and lung
trouble, deafness, paralysis, private
diseases and all kinds of chronlo
nnd nervous ailments. Stomach
trouble, constipation, Indigestion,
womb nnd bladder troubles. ' Seo
mo at 241 South Front st, Med
ford, Ore., to 4, C:30 to 7:30.
Residence phono Main 42.
DR. W. M. VAN SCOYOO
DR. C. C. VAN SCOYOO
Garnott-Corcy bldg., suite 310.
Medford, Ore. Uotli phones.
DR. ARTEMUS W. DEANE Dentist.
Office In Klalto bldg., 123 East
Main SL Uas administered for at
traction of teeth. Phono Main G81.
Night phone 4432.
GARUAGE Get your promises
cleaned up for the winter. Call
on the city garbage wagons for
good service. Phono Main 6261. F.
HELEN N. YOCKEY Notary pub
lic. Krlng your work to me at tho
sign of Tho Mall Tribune.
QUAKER NURSERIES Our trees
aro budded, not grafted. Our stock
Is not Irrigated. Wo guarantee
everything put out. Wo are not In
the trust. If. It. Patterson. Offlco
. removed to offlco Hotel Nash. In
side entrance, next to barber shop.
Printers nnd Publlihers
MEDFORD PRINTING CO. has tho
best equipped printing offlco In
southern Oregon; book binding,
loose leaf ledgont, billing systems,
etc. Portland prices. 27 North
Pliyxlclaiis nud Surgeons
DR. F. O. CARI.OW. DR. EVA
MAINS CARLOW Osteopathic
physicians. 416-417 Garnett-Corey
bldg., phono 278-K. Residence
420 South Laurel st.
DR. STEARNS Physician nnd sur
geon. Office Jackson County Rank
bldg., rooms 17-18-19, phono C501;
residence 307 South Oakdale St.,
phone 7171. Home phouo, resi
dence 109, offlco 130.
DR. S. A. LOCKWOOD Physician
MYRTLE S. LOCKWOOD. M. D.
Practice limited to diseases ot
women. Offlcts over Iliukins drug
store. Office phono Main luOl;
residence phono Main 7981
DR. J. J. KMMENS PhyBlelnn and
surgeon. Practice limited to eye,
ear, 11030 nud throat. Eyoa scien
tifically tested nnd glasses supplied
Otflco 228 East Main St. Hours
8:30 a. 111. to 8 p. in. Doth phones.
E. II. PICKEL, M. D. Offlqo Jack
soii County Rank bldg. Offlco
phono Main 432; Res. phone, Malu
DR. MA'UON Physician and sur
geon. Stewart bldg., corner Main
and Rartlott sts., otflco phone, 271;
residence phone, 273.
E. KIRCHGESSNER. M. D. Prac
tice limited to chronic dlsoaxcs.
Office Hotel Holland, Wedneidnyd
10-3. Roth phones. Residence
phenes: Farmer IGxxS Eaglo Point
and Roguo Rtvor lino.
HERMANN P. RATTE, M. D. ON
flco over Medford National Rank.
Offlco phouo 0701. Resldouco
CLARK E. SAUNDERS, HL D. Prac
tice limited to cya, car, nose nnd
throat. Eyes scientifically tested
nud glasses furnished when needed.
Garnet t-Coroy bldg., second floor.
Doth phones, Medford, Oro,
DR. MARTIN O. RARI1KR Physi
cian and surgeon. Office Palm
block, opposite Nash Hotel, Hours
10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phono Paclflo
DR. It. W, CLANCY Physician and
surgeon. Phones, office, 501; rofct
deuce, 7241. Offlco hours 10 to
12, 2 to 5.
ELLA M. GAUNYAW Paltw bleek.
Stenographic work done quJokly
BADS TRANSFER STORAJOi &.
Office iq South Fir at' fkeB
Hell 3153; Home 350-K. IrlM
right. Service guarantied. . w