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It's a Good
M"W, oUTT, I've
? .n a;'
" tjo rn
' BY ORANGE LOSS
What llin I'lfift of the raid snap
In Onllfornl.i wilt have iu fruit
lrlei ninl innili ile Is lining din
nuned by ilioi vltully Interested.
The opinion prevail Hint tint dam
nut In tin' irnimt rropn will mean
betterment In prlco for fancy npplmi
nml iAur still hold In Mtorngo nml
that much unlit nctlvlly In Din Ilogtin
rlvor viUloy will ho lienefliiiM).
Tho easterner who vltN ('alitor
nln looking for it rnnrli will lint look
with inrtli'iil:ir favor on n ell rim pro
poeltloii following; thin yunr's devel
opment. Attention of (Ik prospec
tive buyer will more likely turn tow.
anls nppltM or pour whlrli nro not
liiunied hy Denting weather In win
ltr Hon) wttnln niu ft pert In con
sequence nil Increase of lniiilrli'i
rttnurilltiK Rogue rlwtr Imul.
ODD FELLOWS TEMPLE
AT EUGENE QURNED
IttTlKN'K. Oir., .Inn. H. It in In
iIhv MiimmIwI Hint I lii Tint wliirli
lt night burned fiiHmlv in Hit
Otld I'ullown wiili temple illil iliiiiiiigc
HmrHinlWtK In 10.(H)0. The Oil.) 1VI.
Ion's IniljH1. nwninr of the liulliliin:,
nUHtnilltnl n lixM of ?!.'), 11(111, hihI llin
Mltltilt lUnltvatv "tore, on tin Kronnil
Hour, I mil iInniuk iIumd to llin txlHil
itin,(inn trini-imlly liy wlr.
" .tlrrllol W'lillo Mnlinrnt.
XhiiiiM In In oven lioino, n IK
Imwoillaln HpplliMllon to oiitu,
linilwi. tirnltiii nml wiiiiikIk hUim In
Unit roller It linn no riiinl ns n
IhiIii l;ltltr nml heatur. llnkln'
J. V. IIHItltlAN
Hiiliinltn hlii niiino lolio votor ot
tlio l'lrit Wnnl im u cimllilntu for
councilman. IP KM.CTKl) I WIM
HTUIVB TO DO HK1HT.
J, K, (Jnrk) Hlcwnrt
1 hereby nnnaiinco inyaolf ni a
cnmlliUto for cnuncllnun from tlio
nocmul wnriJ. J. K. rltownrl, 70S
CIH)ro XV. rurlcr
I Imrowlth nnnonnco niynolf ns
cnndldnto for conncllmnn In tlio flrnt
I. J. mull
I lioruby nntiunnco inysolf os enn
dlilnto for couiicllinnn Id tlio second
T. I;. DiMiiinor
I horowltli nunounco mysolt as
cnudhliito for couiicllinnn In tlio third
wnrd. J, !. Domtnor, 000 W. .lack
Hon, (I'nld Advt.)
A. K. llllloii
Announces his candidacy for coun
cilman from tlio Third Wnrd. I3loc
1 boliovo in tho (Muployiuojii, ol'lioino lnliov and
in ivlnpf proForonco lo it, in all things donb hy tho
oily. I Juiliovo that all toamsters should leavo with
tlio OouiHjil a list of toajns thoy could furnish to
l)io city whoro required, '.riio ttunns to ho listed
in tho ordor thoy aro rocoived. This list to ho
usfid as a basis of employment. Each getting his
sharo in turn. Medford for Medford Pooplo.
Thing Jeff Wasn't on the Top Floor of the Woolworth Building
MONOy UGM'.l, tUNCM,
Vh, l OMUV T& tEXOND
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Hon January 14, 1913.
Col. H. II. Pnrtfcnt
Announces his candidacy for coun
cilman, Hutnnd Ward, Mi.'dford,
Ah thorn m'cniH to ho n quotitlon In
tli iiilinln of noinn pn'oplo on to wh'To
I stand with ri'foriuro to rrrtuln mat
ters porlsltilnr tn tlio wclfnro of tlif
rlty, I wUli to inakn Hut follotvlnK
I wh tlm first meiiihor of tlir conn
ell lo ndvornto u pulillc iiinrkut, nnd.
nflT wrltliiK ninny llltr to cIIIm
In tlm cast nml tuldilli wrn, lo get
lit ta. t imhllo tiinrkrt was finally o(
tnlilUhnd. I nui n Mroug mippitrli-r
of tlm markot, ami will mntiutio to
Im no whether 1 mu eluded mayor or
As lo the saloons, I liitlliivo that so
long as the rltltens of Alodfor.l vote
for lltumso nml thn saloon nu"i olnty
thn r'itiilat)us (which I think should
Im strict) they nru untllhul to fjlr
I lii'llitve thnt (ho regular police
furco cnn. mid aliould, wifoKitnr.l end
pruti-ct thoHu who would ro islrny,
no fnr us It Ik poiwlliln lo do mi, and
thnt until tlm illy licfoiii" lu-.'r,
u police matron U iiuncrcssary
I tiolluvo tint city shoulil luo n
thoroiiKh liuslness aduilnlttruilou
with "Hconomy" Hie "WntslrAord":
the snuin methods nhould i) nnpiled
and (ho sainn atti'iitlon kIvoii to the
lnislmtftM affairs of tlio city thnt my
Reed liuslueriK man glvox to his lirl
I hellevn In the strlrt enforcement
of Inw, mid any pollro offlrer. wto
fall or unfileetH to do his duty
should he reunited.
Very respoetfully suhmtttnd,
J. K WATT.
W. W. lilfert
For tlio Information of the voters
of Medford, I tnlto this method of
announcing my position on tlio prin
cipal questions of Interest to tlio
pcoplo of our city. "
If elected, my tlmo and services
will nhvnyit bo nvnllabln to thn pub
lic and miKBcntlons and criticisms
will at nil times rerclvo most caro
ful consideration. When over It Is
apparent that thn majority ot our
cltlien are united In opinion oppo
site to my Individual views, I will
yield to tlio majority, regnrdlesa of
my personal opinions.
Our public mnrkot should bo on
coumited and doveloped along such
linos ns will result In tho Rrontest nd
vantago to tho community.
Our Inwa regarding santnry con
ditions should bo actively onforcod,
and supplemented hy others It tho
existing ordinances nro Inadequate.
My experiences linn convinced mo
thnt tho suggestions offered from
tlmo to ttmo by the woinun of tho
community, oven bofortt tho right of
Buffrngo wna extoudod to them, havo
ahvnys been of vnluo, and should rc
cclvo tho utmost consideration.
Our present laws rogulntlnn tho
saloons and tho Halo ot liquor, and
such other roHtrlctlomt na tho council
or peonlo may horoafter enact,
nhould ho rigidly onforcod, and It
found Inadequate or tnsuftlclonti
should ho nmoiulod.
Our water rates should ho rovlsod
MTODFOTtT) MATTi TRIBUNE,
He; Do ?
so that tlm cost of maintenance, and
tho nerossnry contributions to tho
sinking fund may ho equitably dis
tributed ntnoiiK thn consumers, but
no surplus should ho accumulated at
thn oxpenso of tho rate payer.
Tho work of tho flnunc commit
teo and of tho other principal com
mittees of tho council should he
opou to suggestion and aubjeet to
criticism, mid tho criticism, sugges
tions, and Co-operation of representa
tives of our vnrloifs civic bodies
should bo Invited nud encouraged In
If elected I pledgo inysolf to uio
my utmost ondenvor to carry out tho
Idem outlined nbovo, nnd to give
Medford an Impartial, progressive,
J. W. MlUhell
In announcing my candidacy tor
tho mayoralty, I wish to say that, as
wo havo every aisurnnco of n most
pro-perous year, let us guard against
crrots In public affairs.
Now, ns to tho public market, 1
want lo say that 1 am, and always
have been, n strong advocate of tho
p'lb'l market. I was among tho
first of tho council to favor and pro
mote It. I feel thnt the success of
our mnrkot Is due as much to my
etotrta as nuy other member of the
council. 1 shall, If elected, use
every honorable effort to maVo It a
continued success, as I rcnllxo tho
grcnt benefit It Is to both producer
Now, ns to tho saloons. So long
as tho atnto nnd the city llrenso them
to do business, thoy aro entitled to
do so; hut I nm a strong advocate of
Inw enforcement, ns tr.o laws exist,
nnd when tho laws aro wrong, wa
have a remody, It's up to tho puhllc.
I firmly boliovo in oerclopinent
and progress, hut not to tho cxtont
of reckless extravagance. Wo must
guard against this recklessness, but
not to tho extent ot rotractlon. I
am strictly apposed to any special
privileges as to locations, persons or
corporations, but ndhoro rigidly to
tho best Interests ot tho public.
I boliovo that tho snmo considera
tion Is duo to tho Indies ns to tho
men, In nil our public affairs.
J. K. Watt
"At tlio tjolioitntifln of ninny eiti
ipiih I Imvt) ileoiiK'il to become n eun
didnto for tho office of mnyor at the
coming olecljon in January. In thin
connection 1 wirtli to Htntp thnt if
dec tod, I will uso mv bent effortx to
rIvo Uio city a clean buniuoHH nd
iniuiHtrtition. (I'nld Advt,)
C. h Tittle
Durlqg tlio last ten cays a nurabor
of cltliens havo called upon mo, ro
qucstlug mo to become a candtdnto
for mayor ot tho city of Medford.
Aftor duo consideration and consul
tation with cltWons In all linos ot
business, I have dccded to nnnounce
mysolt us n candidate for said ottlco.
I therefore prpscnt to tho votors ot
Medford, for their consideration, my
platform, which Is ns follews:
An honest, open and atiovo-board,
clean cut buslnoss administration.
A fair and aqunro deni at all times,
ftqunl rights to all, Special priv
ileges to nono.
A gonulno peoples public market.
Ilogardlug tho liquor question.
Personally I do not drink, novor havo,
but us long ns thogoverninont, atnto
nnd city Hcoiibo enloonH, nnd undor
Strict rogulntlon thoy obey tho law,
thoy nro ontlttod ta protection.
Should thoy porslst In dlsoboylng tho
law, their llcenso shbutd bo revoked.
A careful accounting ot nil flnnn
cos. All dlBbursomenta subject to pub
lic (nspoctlon nud opou for pupbllca
tlon by tho city prpaa.
Duo consideration of all petitions
far mid ngaliiBt publjo Improvements.
A rigid practlco ot ocouomy, except
whou such economy has a tondoncy
to rotnrd progress.
I will further all progressiva mat
ters ot general Improvement for tho
city, hut aiich must coma within tho
scope o.f good husluoss,
I shall omloavor to uso my best
MEDFOUg OH1MION. THURSDAY. ,rANITARY fl. 1013.
efforts for the keeping of tba cltTtn
n sanitary condition at an tiuis.'
Whnreas, aftor years of struggle,
tho women havo been given tho
privilege ot exorcising their rights
of citizenship, duo consideration will
Im given them on nil matters of pub
lic Importance. Hhoutd I bn elected,
I assuro the pcoplo that I will be
mayor In fact an well as name. I
will not be tho tool of any clique
and will bo Influenced only by what
1 bcllovo to bo right and equitable.
If tho abovo platform meets with
your approval and you boliovo I am
capublo of filling tho orflco, I will
appreciate your support.
C. H. OATK8.
ion iti:.NT -Ftm.vi8iii:ii kooms
I"b?r"lU:Nt Modern furnished
rooms at tho Cottage, C04 West
10th st two blocks south Medford
Hotel. Hot and cold water In
rooms. Mrs. II. M. Coss. 274
FOit KENT Largo sleeping room,
$1.60 and S2 per week. Modern
housekeeping apartments, J 16 nnd
tic. Home phono 2CC-IC 222
Bon Hi Holly.
KOIl IlKXT Sulto of threo rooms
for light housekeeping completely
furnlKhed. 103 Kat llth. lTo
FOit KKNT Strictly modern, atoam
heated furnlshedjroom with board
tor two pcoplo, '2 49 S. Itlvorsldo.
ion ui:xt housi:ki:i:pixo
KOltTl KXTVu rn I sh ed hmideelP
Inn rooms In now modern house
with gas range. Thro blocks
from P.0. Phono 3721.
i-'oit iiii.vr Miscr:Mj.xi:ous
Foil "lKABE l'nily 'cqp'eTpiacor
mine. Cold Itay Itcalty Co.
FOit IIBNT - Itanehes, largo nnd
small, alfalfa and garden lands.
Oold Itny Itoalty Co., Cth and Fir.
FOit KKNT 30 room furnished
hotel on percentage. Gold Kay
fok iu:.vr iiousks
FOR KENT 4 room house, cloio In.
Beo owner, I. W. Thomas, 71S
West Main. 250
FOR KKNT Modern, furnished bun
galow, closii In, very complete;
also eight room modern house, un
furnished. Jueiiia Campbell, 320
Garnctt-Corey llldg., phono 3231.
FOK KKNT Hy owner, 7 room
lipust) on pave street. Hath, steel
rnugo nnd gas connection. In
quire 100C South Oakdale. 250
FOK KKNT One six room house
closo In. Also housekeeping
rooms, electric Unlit gas, bath,
etc. No. 310 X. llarilott.
FOK KKNT Seven room house,
$15.00.. Phono Co. II. II. Snr
gtmt. - 2 CO
FOK KENT Modern 5 room fur
nished houso. Call at CO North
FOK KKNT 5 room mooern bun
gnlow, practically now, Medford
Kcalty & Improvement Co.
IF YOU havo n house to rent list It
with Mr. Paul Humphrey, bl. K.
Main street. 2f3
FOK KKNT 4 room houso, $5.00
por month. Oold Kay Itoalty Co.
FOK nK.NT Furnished house, closo
In, M. A. Knder, M. F. & II. Co.
Hero's a good quo.
230 aero 'much fip" Koguo river.
Tho OrntOr J.nko highway crosses It.
100 acres Irrigated tram tho river,
apd lu film nlfalfn nnd grain, This
Is u fliiQ sightly homo, and has tho
conveniences of olectrla lights, tele
phone mut frco mnll delivery, Stage
pnss.es tho door,
Good sevon room houso, good bnrn
and other buildings. Soma s(oqk
goes with tho place.
The owner will tnko some Medford
property, some cash, nud lot tho lml
nni'.p r'lH ' oil tbo phico. Price,
G. D. HOON
Kooiii 12, Jucksou County Uuuk llldf .
M -" li?' - fe,T - -- iLJ fS
7- J --
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I'Olt ItKXT HOFHF-S
FOK KENT 10 room houso rear of
Fanners fc Fruitgrowers bank,
suitable for business, real estate,
boarding or rooming house. Gold
Itny Itoalty Co.. Cth and Fir Kin
I'OK KKNT I-TIISIHIIKII AITS.
FOK KENT Smith Apts. 217 S. Klv.
FOK KENT Furnished apartment
new, prlvato bath, hot water heat.
Tho Herben Apartment, 10 Qulnco
St., corner West Main.
FOK KKNT OFFICES
FOK IlKXT targe, comfortablo of
flco rooms with elevator service,
stenm bent, hot and cold water.
Low rates. Apply Medford Furni
ture &I Id w.Co
FOK SAI.R lini'SIS
FOK SALE 4 room furnished mod
ern houso In Medford on largo lot,
well flnlsncd In sldo. 75 acres
timber on splendid land, partly
creek bottom 33 miles ftom Med
ford. All tor $3200 cash. Inqulro
P. O. Hox CCS. 254
FOK SALE 4 room houso and lot
$700, $100 cash and $15.00 per
mouth. Gold Kay Itcalty Co.
FOK S.U.i; LOTS
FOR SALE It cheap, on paved
street, water nnd sewer paid, ono
payment on pavement paid. Home
73-L. or 221 Knight street, F. K.
FOK SALE Handles, aero tracts,
town proporty, from $5 per aero,
upwnrda on 5 and 10 years time.
Gold Itny itoalty Co., Sixth and
FOK SALK MISCKl.iaXKOUS
FOK SALK Horses, wagon and har
iiom. horse 0 nnd 7 yuarsold. Per
fection No. 2 oil luirner. six hole
t-l range. Free sewing machine
beds, springs nnd mattresses. Ex
tension table. Ocoan Wave washing
machine, fruit jars, runabout bug
gy and Sood set ot single harness,
it. W. Thompson, 71C Fourteenth
FOK SALK Dry wood 1C Inch chunk
wood, dry balsm, cut green, thor
oughly dried, never had n drop of
rain, nicest wood on tho market.
$2.00 a tier at tho shed or $2.50
delivered In not Iom than two tlor
loads. Phono 403-K-3. U. F.
Van Dyke. 251
FOK SALE Old TriiBty Incubators
and brooders tho most rollablo
made. Order now and bo ready
for early hatching. For catalogue
and prices call on or address C.
A. Myers, SOS Dakota. 252
FOK SALE Petaluma Incubator,
1912 model, cheap. F. S. Carpen
ter. Medford, Ore., 11. F. D. No. 2.
Phono 201-11-4. 51
FOK SALK Fruit box labels In ono
two or three colors, printed as you
order at tho Mall Tribune,
FOK SALK Calling cards, printed,
engraved or embossed nt tho Mall
FOK SALK Looso loaf ledgor sys
tems, any stylo or made to order
by tho Mall Trlbuno bindery.
FOK SALE 1012 G passenger au
tomobllo almost now. Bargain for
cash. Hox SO, Trlbuno.
FOK SALE Legal hlauks, tresspass
notlceB, for salo or rout sings at
tho Mall Trlbuno.
FOK SALE A Faultless No, 3 stump
pallor with full equipment. In
quire Hagley Knnch, Talent, Ore
FOK SALK Monarch range nnd
heating Htovo nearly now, two mat
tresses, two rugs, two porch chairs,
kitchen chairs, carpet sweeper nnd
garden hose. 4 IS South Oakdnlo.
Phono 5071. 24S
FOK SALK Lottor heads ana fancy
stationery, printed, engraved or
embossed, as you wish at tho
FOK SALK Six thoroughbred
Whlto Orpington cockerel, $3.00
each or $5.00 n pair, W. II.
Howon, Jacksonville. 249
FOK SALK Hood tonm ot work
horsos, coming G nnd 0, weight
about 2200 lbs. Call G19 South
Itlvorsldo or phono 3392, 250
FOK SALK Com by Dr. Clancy.
FOK SALK Dry ouk wood. Phono
. 319-K. 248
. By "Bud11 Fisher
cfrimS-HtAa, lUu JfA' V- '
l-'OK K.U: MIHOKLJNIi:gicP'
FOK SALK -A stump -frflHpr nml
tabid at a bargain. Can bo seen
at 717 North Klvcrslde. 250
FOK SALE Household furniture. In
all or by tho niece. 19 Koss
Court. Phono "S.'.l.
FOK HALE Hark. In good condi
tion, cheap. Phone 805-F-2. 248
WANTED To buy, smudge pots, oil
dope wagon. Hox D. II., earn
Mall TrUfiino. t 2C0
WANTED Gentle, good butter cow,
for her feed winter months. Mm.
p. N. MoNassar, Centra! Point, or
WANTED 100 shoatn and some
pigs and chickens. A. J. Spring.
Nosh Hotel. 251
IIKLP WANTED MALE
WAXTED A first " clas Japanoso
cook desires position In a good
famly. can. do cpoklng every conn
trie's stylo and waiting table. Ad
dress 135 X. Grape St. 248
WAXTED Jnpaneso couplo want
position as general housework.
Phono Main 33C1. Harry Wato
LOST Last Friday, a non-skid auto
mobile chain. In Medford or on
Jacksonville road. Finder please
notify Ira J. Dodge, Main 201-11-3.
FOR SALK OK EXCHANGE We
can sell or exchange your second
hand automobiles. No chnrgo for
storago If you let us sell for you.
Valley Garage, Villey Motor &;
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN On city or ranch
property. Clark Realty Co.
MONEY TO LOAN On city and
closo in ranch property. C. A.
McArthur, room 3, P. O. block,
C. L. REAMES. LAWYER Office
Medford National Hank bldg., sec
PORTER J. NEFF. WM. P. MEALEY
Attornoys-at-Law. Kooms 1 and
2, Postoftlco bldg.
A. B, REAMES, LAWVBR Garnott
MULKEY & CHERRY (It. F. MUL
KEY, GEO. W. CHERRY) Rooms
11 and 12 Jackson County Dank
W. J. CANTON Attorney nud Cuuu
scllor at law, Koom 2, Rlalto
building, Mqdford, Ore.
D. 11. WOOD Gonoral Accountant
Your books audited ami Kept for a
rcasonnblo figure; your business
solicited. Office. Medford Mall
Trlbuno bldg.; phono CCU; resi
dence phono C302.
LAHKK AUTO SPRING CO. Our
big secret In making springs la tho
tomperlng. Wo aro operating tho
largest, oldest and best equipped
plant In tho Pacific northwest. Uso
our springs when others fall. Sold
under guarfnteo. 2G North Fit
toonth St., Portland, Oro.
nil. A. II. HEDGES. Dr. Louisa H
Hodges, Mcchauo - Therapists,
Thcso systems, Including dietetics,
curatlva gymnastics, hydro-ther-nphy,
otc, produco results In both
acuta nnd chronto diseases. Con
sultation tree, 230 North Dnrtlott
St., no:t door tq M. K. church.
Hours 9 a. m. to 5. m. Other hours
by nppolutmeut. Dell phono Malu
DR. It. J. LOCICWOOO, Chiropractor,
uervo specialist. Rooms 203-04-05
Ga,rnott-Coroy bldg. Vapor
hatha and sclontltla massngo given;
ndylco In dletptcsl piedlcal gym
nastics, hydroptherapy. Lady at
tendant. 1'houo Home 14C-L, Main
HKLKN N. YOCKBY Notary pub
lic. Drlut; your work to mo at the
slgu ot Tho Mail Trlbuno.
MEDFOKD BKICIC CO. Goo. W.
Prlddy, O. D. Nagle, aco. T.
O'Hrlen Contrnctors and manu
facturers of brick; dealers In
pressed brick and time. Ottlco at
their brick yard, West Jackson su
Phono No. 34 CI.
LOUIS W. WHITING Civil engineer
and survoyor. Water tilings nnd
Irrigation work n. specialty; sur
veys, subdividing, building grndos,
city engineering, drafting, sower
design, concreto work, pump and
. canal systems. Koom 2, Palm blk.,
DK. W. M. VAN SCOYOO
DK. C, C. VAN SCOYOO
Garnctt-Corey bldg., sulto 3 JO.
Medford, Ore. Both phones.
DR. AKTKMUS W. DEANE Dontlst
Offlco In Klalto bid., 123 East
Main St. Gas admlnlstorod for ex
traction ot teeth. Phono Main C81.
Night phone 4432.
GAKHAaE Get your premises
cleaned up for tho winter. Call
on tho city garbago wagons for
good service. Phono Main S251. F.
QUAKER NURSEIIIRS Onr troen
aro budded, not grafted. Our stock
Is not Irrigated. Wo guarantee
everything put out. Wo aro not In
tho trust. H. II. Patterson. Office
removed to offlco Hotel Nash, In
sldo entrance, noxt to barber shop.
Printers nnd Publishers
MBbFORfiPKINTINO CO. has tho
best equipped printing office la
southern Oregon; book binding,
loose leaf ledgers, billing systems,
etc Portland prices. 27 North
l'lij-klclaus nnd SurKcnns
DR. F. O. CARLOW. DR. EVA
MAINS CARLOW Osteopathic
physicians, 41C-417 Garnett-Coror
bldg.. phono 27S-K. Residence
420 South Laurel st.
DR. STEARNS Physician nnd sur
geon. Offlco Jackson County Dank
bldg., rooms 17-18-19, phono f.r.01;
rcsldcnco 307 South Onkdalo st.,
phono 7171. Home phono, rest
denco 109, ottlco 130.
DR. S. A. LOCKWOOD Physician
MYRTLE S. LOCKWOOD. M. D.
Practlco limited to diseases of
women. Offices 232 E. Main,
Phones, office, 2S; residence, 814.
DR. J. J. EMMENS Physlclnn nnd
surgeon, Practlco limited to oyo,
eur, uoso aud throat. Byes scien
tifically testod and glasses supplied
Offlco 223 Bast Main St. Hours
S:30 a. tn. to 8 p. ra. Doth phones.
E. H. PICKBL, M. D. Offlco Jack
8on County Hank bids. Office
phono Main 432; Res. phone, Main
DR. MARION Physician and Bur
geon. Stownrt bldg., corner Main
nnd nartlett sts,, offlco phone, 271;
residence phone, 273.
E. KIRCHGBSSNER, M. D. Prac
tlco limited to chronlo diseases.
Offlco Hotel Holland. Wednetdaya
10-3. lloth phones. Residence
phones: Farmer lCxxS Ealo Point
and Rogue River lino.
CLARK B. SAUNDERS, M. D, Prac
tice limited to oyo. oar, nose and
throat, Byea scientifically testod
and glasses furnished when needed.
Garnott-Coroy bldg., second floor.
Uoth phoue8, Medford, Oro.
DR. MARTIN O, DARI1BR PhysU
clan and surgeon, Office Palm
block, opposlto Nash llotol. Hours
10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phone Pacific
DR. R. W. CLANCY Physician and
aurgeon. Phones, offlco, B01; rcbl
douco, 7241. Offlco hours 10 to
12, 2 to 5.
DR. W. W, HOWARD Osteopathia
Phyalclun, 303 Garnett-Corey
Building. Phono 91-R.
ELLA M. QAUNYAW Palm block.
Stenographic work done quickly,
EADS TRANSFER STORAOIQ CO.
Offlco 1C South Fir st. Phone
Bell 3152; Home 360-K. Frlsea
right Service guarantee ,