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110 MEET MONDAY
WASHINGTON. Jnn Id --National
olnctorn will moot imxt Monday In thi
rapltoU of alt tlm NtntiHt of tint union
in nt their ballet fur pri'Mdcml and
vlro-priwddeiil of iti United State,
preliminary to (ho uctunl lecetillon
of (lov. Woodrow Wilson and (Jov.
Tho. It. MMmhnll, rtpuctlvoly, nn
Kuli. 13 In WimliliiRtoii.
Tim I'.niprnors of tlio vnrloti ntntoii
Mill rIkh two mts of I'lcctornl votn,
iimlllni; nmi ami nrnillni; tlm other
lijr icla mcMi'iiRar to tlm natloiinl
raitnl. Tlii'o mrintMiRorn nr
nhnniin liy tlm ttt-to loctnm, mitnlly
from ii moii t; tlmlr own iiimntiornlilii.
Tbu rtntiilt In tlio illffnrnnt ttn"
Mill do rrcotvi'i! liy dm irnlilont pro
tmu of tlm tiuintn. A Joint ipmilou
of tlm mMinto nml liouno vll bo Imltl
nn tlm nftcrnoon of IVbrunry 13
formnlly to rmivmn tlm vote nml nn
miiinrc tint imnn'ii of tlm ncco-nfal
CENTRAL POINT ITEMS
Mr. Hollo I'li'unantii niter n n-v-nml
vouk villi horn with her ton.
J. It. Iliuwnll mitt family lini ro
tunii'it to lirr Ii oino In I'orllaml.
Mr. W. C. Owrn nml children left
for I.oiik llcaoli, Cat., liurmUy after
noon Nvlmro limy oxit to iiinkr
ilmlr hniim ami Mr. Owpii will Join
tlmin nttxt Riiinincr.
Tlm Invitation ilancn kIvoii liy tlm
Central I'olnt nrohoNtra Wedne-duy
nlKht won Mlletided by thirty or mom
imuplM of our )iimii; iioopto. All
hud a vnr) njoyntdo llnm.
TUo Cmitrnl I'olnt Meteorn IntHkut
ball tMim ptnyml tlm Medford mill
iry I wun IhtVhVUio"Y. M. C. A.
TJmrlny JivkiiIiii. ' ' v
. T. I. ItuiailiUo, wlfn anil '.IMirIi
tor of (Irnmlvfitw, Idulio, arrived (n
th pity Thnrdny for n vlajt ot tlm
liomu of Mr. Rflil MrJi.ll. Yciut'fli
Mm. ('1)110 ApplcRatn nml plilldron
nro innhliiK a nioiith'ri vlilt with rein
tlvim In Wolf rreok nml Ciinyonvllle.
T. J. WllllnniHoii of .Mud ford wiih
hero tlio inlddlo of tlio week lookliiK
nftor Mr. Myom' proporty.
Marrlml nt Jnoknonvlllo Jniiunry 7,
1013. by J ml no Krniik l. Toil Velle.
Mr. IC. P. Shirley to MIim llpmlo l.co
or tills city.
Mr. nml Mm. Ailnmx of tlm Modoc
orchard worn Hhopplni; hero Wediien
Mr. nml Mm. Oruin of (Irnttta
I'nMH Hpont W'nil miKilny hum.
Attnrnoy H. V. llmikwltli of Mud
ford wn n IiiihIuchh vlxltor hero
WeiliieHdiiy uflemoon. Mr. Heck
with la londltiK u t'nr of upplea for
(leriiiuny nml mm for Cnllfornlu hero
Tlio men of thn MothodlRt churcli
will kIvo ii uhlokon plo Kitppor nt tlm
Y. M. ('. A. Monday evenliiK, .Inn,
111. All aro cordlnlly Invited to at
tend. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
J, V. ItintltlAN
Buhmlta hU iinmo to tlio votorn of
1 I VJ,U I
I I TOU VAY
J V Hnff iv I
X I " I ' J
-?" rfLE( ill rl H
T lioliovo hat tlio timo has coino for tho csliy oft'i
cialH and i)roporl.y ownora to uombino thoir i'onioa
mid beautify tlio city, by planting hIumIo Uw,
vines and I'lowuit) in tho mrkings, following a uni
form plan. AVo should assiHt tho ladies of tho
Groator Medford Club in thoii' ondoavop to mako
Medford tho City Beautiful.
J. AV. JMlTOniSLL.
Puts One Over Occasionally at That
rlVe Hfll'M luANIINfa
fO tAKt AIIk-TH I f
I FOR SIX 0NtH, J I
tlio Plmt Ward nn n cnndldnto for
coiinnllmnn. IP KI.KCTKI) 1 WlUh
STinvi: to no kioiit.
J. i:. (Jnrk) Ktennrt
I huroby nnriniince inynnlf as
cnmllilatn for cotuicllinnn from tlm
erotnl ward. J. I.. Htfjwnrt, 708
' (Jeorjtn W. I'ortrr
I hernwlth nunonnco myself m
ramllilnto for councilman In tho flrt
1. J. Htull
I hcrohy announco myiolf at can
dtdato for councilman In tho iccond
J. I. Dcmmrr
I horowlth announco my.iiolf a
cnmlldato for councilman In tho third
ward. J. I.. Dommcr, COS W. Jack
A. H. Hilton
Aunouncci hti candidacy for coun
cilman from tho Third Ward. Elec
tion January H, 1913.
Col. 11. II. HrRnt
Announcoa bli candidacy for coun'
cllman, Second Wnrd, Medford.
To Tlm VnlPW.
Aa tlmro leeniH to bo a qupitlon In
tho mind of omo puoplo at to whore
1 itnml with re fe ron co to certain mat
ter pprtalnliiR to tlm welfare of tin
city, I wh to mako tho followliiR
I waa tho flmt niemhcr of tho comii
rll to "hdvodatd n iftlbllc innrkfl. nnd;
uflfir writing many let tor to cltloi
In lho oaif apif irflitmwoV, to cot
d'h'taN ImbltdViarifoVVirir flhhlly b
tnllllihed. ' 1 n m' n atroiift nupportor
of tni. TfiHltfoi', inm'Svlii '.liniio to
bo id whdtTi'ef f Anfldecfmliifljor or
not. w ' -
Ah to tho untooim, I believe that ho
Ioiik nn tho rltlion of Medford vote
for llieiiHo and tlm anloon men obey
tlm rcRiilntloni (which 1 think thould
bo utrlet) tlioy nro outltlml to fair
I bellevo that tho regular police
forco van, nml ulioiild, aafoKiinr.l and
ptotoct tho.o who would ko ittrny,
mii far na It la ikimhIOIo to do ho, and
Hint until Hm city boconm luar,
n police tuntrou la unnucviinry.
1 believe tho city should haio n
llioroiiKh bualneH itdnilnUtr.itloii
with "Kponomy" tlm "Wntrh-.vord":
tho Bftiuo mothodii ahould iio nppiled
nml tho vntim attention kIvoii to tlm
bualnoHu nffntra of Dm city Unit t uy
good IiuhIiicb man kIvvh to his prl
Ilioltovo In tlm atrlct ouforcoinunt
cf Inw, nml any pollco of floor, who
fallH or nvRlocta to do bli duty
nhould bo removed.
Very renpect fully aubmlttod,
J. 13 WATT.
W, W. Klfprt
l'or tho Informntlon of tlio votora
of Medford, I takq thU mothod 6f
announcing my position on tho prlu
ffl I3DF0RD IVfATli TIITBUNE. IM
&UIA1 1 WILL,
"IHtl PUT VOW IN
A CAMNIlt ANt
7UVT LCAVf: YowP.
MCAD OUT ANt)
tWtl ON Tf'fc
clpnl qurntlona of Interest to tho
peoplo of our city.
If elected, my tlmo and services
will alwnya bo avnllnblo to tho pub
lic and miKKcstloiia and criticism
will nt nil time rvcelvo most care
ful consideration. When over It Is
apparent that tho majority of our
cltliena nro unltod In opinion oppo
silo to my Individual views, I will
yield to thr majority,' rcRnrdlcs of
my personal opinions.
Our publlu market should bo en
couraged ami developed alone such
linen aa will result In tho Rrentest ad
rantaRo to tho community.
Our lnwa reKnrdliiR sanitary con
dition should bo actively enforced,
and supplemented by others It tho
existing; ordinances aro Inadequate.
My cxpcrlonr. baa convinced mo
that tho RUR.cstlona offered from
tlmo to tlmo by tho women of tho
community, oven boforw tlio right of
nuffraRo was extended to them, havo
alwaya been of value, and should re
celvu tho utmost consideration.
Our present laws rcRiilatlnR tho
saloons and tlio salo of IPjuor, and
such other restrictions as tho council
or peoplo may hercaftor enact,
should bo rleldly enforced, and If
found Inadequate, or Insufficient,
should bo amendod.
Our water rate nhould bo rnrlscd
so that tho cost of maintenance, and
tho necessary contributions to tho
sinking fund may bo equitably dis
tributed among tho consumers, but
no surplus should bo accumulated at
the expense of the rato payor.
Tho work of tho flnanco commit
tee and of tho other principal com
mittees of tho council should bo
open to suRRostlon and subject to
criticism, and tho criticism, rurrcs
tlons, and co-opcrntlon of representa
tives of our various civic bodies
nhould bo Invited and encouraged In
If olected I plcdgo myself to uso
my utmost endeavor to carry out tho
Pleas outlined above, and to glvo
Medford rfn impartftkl, progressive,
isf l (Paid Adtt.)
' I'.vy v ..
;m - -" CJ. 'w.'tHclirll
In announcing my r candidacy for
tho mayoralty. I ivlsh to say that, as
wo hnvo every assuranco of n most
properoua year, let us guard against
errors in public affairs.
Now, aa to tho public market, I
want to say that 1 am, and always
have been, n atrong advocate, of tho
publl- market. I wua among tho
first of tho council to favor and pro
mote It. I fool that tho success of
our market la duo ns much to my
olofrts na any other member of tho
council. I shall, It elected, uso
every honorable effort to mako It n
continued success, aa I realise the
great bouaflt it. Is to both producer
Now, as to tho saloons. So long
na tho Btato and tho city llcenso ilium
to do business, they aro entitled to
do so; but 1 am a strong advocate of
law enforcement, as tho laws exist,
and when tho lnwa nro wrong, wo
hnvo a remedy, It's up to tlio public.
I firmly bollovo In aovoiopmont
and progress, but not to tho extent
of reckless extravagance Wo must
guard against this recklessness, but
not to tho extent ot rotractton, I
urn strictly opposod to any apodal
privileges ua to locations, persona or
corporations, but ndhoro rigidly to
tho best IntorcstB of tlio public.
I bollovo that tho samo considera
tion la duo to tho ladles aa to tho
men, In nil our public, affairs.
J. 15. Wutt
"At tlio Golioilntloii of ninny citU
tons I liuvo dooidod to liccomo n onn
diduto for tho offiuo of mayor nt tho
coming olootion in January. In this
connection I wish to etnto that if
elootod, I will uso my best efforts to
r!vo tho city a olonu business nil
ministration. (Paid Advt.)
O. 1). Gntei
During tho Inst ton days n number
of eltlzons havo called upon mo, re
questing mo to bocomo a candidate
(or mayor ot tho olty of Medford.
After duo consideration aud consul
,, NOw.YoU BIO
. , '" ' , ' ; . ' " STipr. i-vo 6oT - it " ' -
H-ovr iW (tw-j vis ucn (? You ouvr whcwJ .MPjkjf
iff lEi 5 flfe w - " lift
-... - - ct.n"ttt -. -, Ta. tawroyy
tation with citizens In all lines or
business, I havo decided to announco
myself as a candidate for said office
I tbcreforo present to tho voters of
Medford, for their consideration, my
platform, which Is a follews:
An honest, open and above-board,
clean cut buslncsR administration.
A fair and iquaro deal at atl times.
Kqunl rlglila to all. Hpcclal priv
ilege to nono.
A genuine peoples public market.
Regarding tlio liquor question.
Personally I do not drink, novor have,
but as long a tho government, stato
and city llccnso saloons, and under
strict regulation they obey tho law,
they nro entitled to protection.
Should they persist In disobeying tbo
law, their llccnso should bo roroked.
A careful accounting of all finan
ces. All disbursements subject to pub
lie Inspection and open for pupbllca
lion by tho city press.
Duo consideration of all petitions
for and against public Improvements.
A rigid practlco of economy, except
when such economy has a tondcacy
to rotard progress.
I will further all progressive mat
ters of genoral Improiement for tho
city, but auch must come within tho
scope ot good ouslncss.
I shall endeavor to uso my best
efforts for tho keeping of tba city In
a sanitary condition at all times.
Whereas, after years ot struggle,
tho women havo been given the
prlrllego of exercising tbclr rights
of citizenship, duo consideration will
bo given thorn on all matters of pub
lic Importance. Should 1 bo olected,
I assuro tho peoplo that I will be
mayor In fact as well as name. I
will not bo tbo tool ot any clique,
and will bo Influenced only by what
I bcllovo to bo right and equitable.
If tho nbovo platform meets with
your approval and you bellero I am
capablo ot filling tho office, I will
apprcclato your support.
C. 13. OATE3.
" (Paid AdvU
roit ui:.T ii'u.isiii:i itoo.MS
y6k JM.NT Modern finished
. room nt tho Cottage, C04 West
-lOth'at., two blocks wWlh Medford
Hotel. Hot and cold water In
rooms. Mrs. II. M. Cons. 374
FOU ItENT Largo sleeping room,
$1.50 nml $2 per week. Modern
housekeeping apartments. $15 and
$16. Home phono SCC-K. 222
FOU HKNT-Sulto of three rooms
for light houekeeplng completely
furnished. 10.1 East 11th. 250
FOR H1.XT- HOUSia
FOR RENT 4 room house, closo In.
Son owner, I. W. Thomas, 71 S
West Main. 250
FOR RENT Seven room house,
$15.00. Phono Co. 11. II. Sar
FOR RENT Modern 5 room fur
nlshod house Call at CO North
FOR RENT S room mooern bun
galow, practically new. Medford
Realty & Improvement Co.
IF YOU hnvo a house to "rent list It
with Mr. Paul Humphrey, S15 E.
Mnln street. 253
FOR RENT 4 room houso $5.00
per month. Gold Ray Realty Co,
FOR RENT Furnished houso, closo
In. M. A. Rader. M. F. & II. Co.
A party has SO acres ot Irrigated
nlfatfn, closo to two good towns, aud
n sugar bent factory In Southern
Idaho, that ho will trndo for , Ini
provod or unimproved pear land horo.
His Idaho lnml Is worth ?S000,00 and
ho would llko that valuo or (more
horo. Must bo prlcod light,
A party wnnts a houso ruthor closo
In nml worth $2000,00 or moro, nml
will glvo ns exchange n fluo 1C0
ncres of timber twenty miles enst of
A8hlnud, Over four million foot of
timber, nml Joins n lnrgor tract. It
would bo ii good Investment.
C. D. HOON
Room 111, Jucksoii County Buuk Uldj.
FRIDAY. ,TANUY 10. 1913.
roit i(i:.vr iiol'sks
KOIt ItKNT 10 room homo rear of
farmer & Fruitgrower bank,
suitable for buslno, real estato.
boarding or rooming homo. Cold
Hay ltenlty Co.. Glh and l-Tr Sta.
1011 HUNT Ily owner, 7 room
house on pavo street. Hath, steel
range -and gnu connection. In
qUIro 100C SOUlh OakdSlti. 350
TOU UK NT Ono six room house
close In. Also housekeeping
rooms, electric light pas, batii,
etc. No. 310 N. itarilctt.
lOlt I.I.NT I'TUNIKHI'I) AITS.
Foil IfBNT SmlthAptR. 217 S. Itlv
FOU KENT Furnished apartmont
now, prlvato bath, hot water heat.
Tbo Ilerbcn Apartment, 10 Qulnco
St, corner West Main.
FOIt KENT OFFICES
FOU KENT Large, comfortablo of
fice room with elevator service,
steam heat, hot and cold water.
Low rates. Apply Medford Furnt
turo ft Ililw. Co.
FOU KENT MISCKIiliANKOU.t
FOU LEASE Fully equipped placer
mine. Gold Kay Realty Co.
FOU KENT Ranches, largo and
small, alfalfa and garden lands.
Gold Kay Realty Co., Oth and Fir.
FOR RENT 30 room furnished
hotel on percentage. Gold Ray
FOR S.1I.I HOUSES
FOR SALE I room furnished mod
ern house In Medford on largo lot,
well flnlsned In side. 7 acres
timber in splendid land, partly
creek bottom 33 mlloa from Med
ford. All tor S3300 cash. Inqulro
P. O. Rex CC6. 5'
FOR SALE 4 room house and lot
1700. $100 cash and J10.00 per
month. Gold Ray Realty Co.
FOU SALE LOTS
FOIt SALE Ixit cheap, on paved
street, wator and newer paid, ono
payment on imveinent paid. Home
f.73-L.or 221 Knlgjit street, F. B.
Ilaintnorid. . ,25t
.i. i . . , 3 j
FOR SU.E ACREAGE r.
FOr"TsVLE Ranches'. aroTracts)
' Inv'n nranorlv from J.r. "n- nrriv
upwards on" 5 and 10 years time.
Gold Ray Realty Co.. Sixth and
FOR SAM: MISCKLLANKQUS
FOR SALE Horses, wagon and har
ness, horses 0 nml 7 years old. Per
fection No. 2 oil burner, six hole
steel range, Freo sewing machine,
beds, springs and mattresses. Ex
tension table. Ocean Wave washing
machine, frail Jars, runabout bug
gy aud ood set of single harness.
R. W. Thompson, 71G Fourteenth
FOR SALE Dry wood 10 Inch chunk
wood, dry bnlsm, cut green, thor
oughly dried, never had n drop ot
rain, nicest wood on tho mnrket.
$2.00 n tier nt tho shed or $2.50
delivered In not loss than two tier
londs. Phono 403-R-3. II. F.
Van Dyke. 251
FOR SALE Old Trusty Incubators
nml brooders tho most reliable
mado. Order now nml bo ready
for parly hatching. For catalogue
and prices call on or nddress C.
A. Myers. SOS Dakota. 252
FOU SALE Potalumn Incubator.
1912 model, cheap. F. S. Carpen
tor, Medford. Oro., It. P. D. No. 2.
Phono 201-R-4. 251
FOR SALE Fruit box labols In ono
two or threo colors, printed as you
order nt tho Mall Tribune.
FOR SALE Calling cards, printed,
engraved or embossed at the Mall
FOR SALE Looso leaf ledger sys
tems, auy stylo or imado to ordor
by tho Mall Trlbuno blndory.
FOU SALE 1912 6 passongor au
tomobllo almost now. Bargain tor
cash. Rex 80, Tribune. '
FOU SALE Local blanks', tresspass
notices, for salo or rent sings at
tho Mull Trlbuno.
FOU SALE Lottor beads una faucy
otatlonory, printed, ongravod or
embossed, ns you wish at tho
FOU SAMS Six thoroughbred
Whlto Orpington cockerel, $3.00
each or $5.00 a pair. ' V II.
llnwen, Jnrksonvlllo. '249
FOU BALE Com by Dr, Clancy.
FOIt HAM MLSOKM.A.VKOUS
FOU SALE A stump puller and
cable at a bargain. Can be seen
at 717 North Ulvrsldd. 2C0
FOU SALE 123 tiers of dry fir
wood at wholesale. A bargain.
Apply nt 717 North Riverside.
FOR SALE Good oak roll top desk
nnd two fine walnut book ciscs.
Call between ten and twclvo at
room 4, St. Mark' block. 251
FOU SALE Good team- ot work
horses, coining 5 and C, weight
about 2200 lb. Call GI9 South
Riverside or phono 3392. 250
FOU SALE A Faultless No. 3 stump
puller with full equipment. In
quire Raglcy Ranch, Talent, Ore
FOU SALE Household furniture. In
nil or by tho piece. 19 Ross
Court. Phono 7851.
VANTEb Mrs. Emliy hsr cx
perlonced nurto Is prepared to ac
cept more engagements. Price
reasonable. ItC S. Holly. 253
WANTED To buy, smudge pots, oil
dopo wagon. Rex D. U., earn
Mall Trlbuuc. 250
WANTED Gentle, good butter cow,
for her feed winter months. Mrs.
I). N. McNassar, Central Point, or
WANTED 100 shoats nnd some
pigs and chickens. A. J. Spring.
Nash Hotol. 251
WANTED Jananeso couple want
position as general housework.
Phono Main 33C1. Harry Wato
FOR SALK OR EXCHANGE We
can sell or exchange your second
hand automobiles. No chargo tor
storage It you let us sell for you.
Valid- Garage, ViHcy Motor &
MOXF.Y TO. LOAN
MONEY TO .NQn.clty- pr-ranch
"properly. C'orKTVeuTCy CoT " ""
MON$Y TO LOAN On city; nnd
closo In rnnch property. 'C.A?
MoArtnnr. roots" 3, P, O. block,
phono SCSI. ".
Hl'SINESS DIRECT ORY
C. L. REAMES. LAWYER Otflco
Medford National Dank bldg., sec
PORTER J. NEFK. WM. P. MEALEY
Attomoys-at-Lnw. Rooms 1 and
2, Postotfico bldg.
A. E. REAMES. LAWYER Garnctt
MULKEY Sr CHERRY (It. P. MUL
KBY. GEO. W. CHERRY) Rooms
11 and 12 Jackson County Rank
W, J. CANTON Attorney nnd Coun
Bollor at law, Room 2, Rlalto
building, Medford, Oro.
D. If. WOOD General Accountant
Your books audited and Kept for a
reasonable figure; your business
solicited. Office, Medford Mall
Trlbuno bldg.; phono CCtl; rest
denco phono G302.
LAHER AUTO SPRING CO. Our
big secret In making springs Is tbo
tempering. Wo aro operating tho
largest, oldost and best equipped
plant lu the Pacific northwest. Uso
our springs whon others fall. Sold
under guarantoo. 2G North Fif
teenth St., Portland, Oro.
DR., A. R. HBDPES, Dr. Loutso E.
Hodges, Mecnano - -inorapisis,
These systems, Including dietetics,
curntlvo gymnastics, hydro-thor-aphy,
etc., produce results In both
acute and chronic, diseases. Con
sultation free. 230 North Uartlott
St., next dppr to M. H. church.
Hours 9 a. m. to 6. m. Other hours
by appolntmont. Roll phono Main
DR. R, J. LOCKWOOD. Chiropractor,
norvo specialist. Rooms 203-04-05
. Garnett-Coroy bldg. Vapor
baths und scientific mnssago given;
ndvlco in dloUtlcs, medical gyiu
nasties', hydroptlierapy. Lady at
tendant. 'Phouo Home 145-L, Mnln
By "Bjud" Fisher
MEDFORD URICKT CO. Goo. W.
Prlddy. O. D. Xnglo, Geo. T.
O'Rrlon Contractors ami manu
facturers of brick; dealers in
pressed brick and 11 mo. Offlco at
thoir brick, yard. West Jackson tu
Phono No. 3461.
LOUIS W. WHITING Civil englnocr
nnd surveyor, water filings and
Irrigation work n -specialty; stir
voyn, subdividing, building grades,
city engineering, drafting, sower
design, concreto work, pump nnd
cannl systems. Room 2, Palm blk.,
DR. W. M. VAN SCOYOO
DR. C. C. VAN SCOYOO
Garnott-Corcy bldg., snlto "I JO.
Medford, Oro. Both phonos.
DR. AKTEMUS W. DEANE Dentist.
Offlco In Rlalto bldg.. 123 East
Mnln St. Gas administered for ex
traction of teeth. Phone Mala 681.
Night phono 4432.
GARUAGE Get your premises
cleaned up for tho winter. Call
on the city garbago wagons for
good sorvice. Phono Main 62G1 F,
QUAKER NURSERIES Our trees
aro budded, not grafted. Our stock
Is not Irrigated. Wo guarantee
everything put out. We aro not In
the trust. H. D. Patterson. Office
removed to offlco Hotel Nash, in
Bldo entrance, next, to barber shop,
HELEN N. YOCKEY Notary nub
ile Drlng your work to mo at the
sign ot Tho Mall Trlbuno.
Printers anil Publishers
MEDFORD PRINTING CO. has tho
best equipped printing office In
southern Oregon; book binding,
.looso leaf ledgers, billing: systems,
-ytc,. ' Porttajia .prices-. Sirtlj
Ei. '..? ..:'...-.-, . . : . .la ti ..
.'riijjilcla'iif mid SurKeflns y'
b.7p "'a "cAiiLbC dr'eva
" StAlNS CARLO W ------fisTB-ipa-thlo
physicians, 41G-417 Cnrnett-Corey
bldg., phono 27S-IC. Residence
420 South Laurel st.
DR. STEARNS Physician nnd sur
goon. Offlco Jackson County Rank
bldg.. rooms 17-18-19. phono T501;
resldonco 307 South Oakdale at.,
phono 7171. Horno phono, resl
donco 109, offlco 130.
DR. S. A. LOCICWOOD Physician
MYRTLE S. LOCKWOOD. M. D.
Practice limited to dlsoasoi ot
women. Offices 232 B. Main,
Phones, otflco, 2S; resldenco, 814.
DR. J. J. EMMENS Physician and
surgeon. Practlco limited to eye.
, ear, nose and throat. Byes sclon-
tlflcally tested and glasses supplied
Offlco 22S East Main St. Hours
8:30 a. m. to 8 p. in. Roth phones.
E. B. PICKEL, M. D. Office Jnck
son County Rank bldg. Otflco
phono Main 432; Res. phono, Main
DR. MARION Physician and sur
geon, Stewart bldg., corner Main
and Uartlott sts,, offlco phouo, 371;
resldonco phone, 273.
B. KIRCHGESSNER, M. D. Prac
tice limited to chronto diseases.
Offlco Hotel Hollaud, Wodneidays
10-3. Roth phon.es. Itoaldonco
phones: Farmer lCxxS Eagle Point
and Roguo River line.
DR. MARTIN Ov RARDER Physi
cian and surgoon. Office Palm
block, opposlto Nash Hotel. Hours
10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phone Pacific
DR. R. W. CLANOY Physician ana
ouifccim. i-uuutttj, uillCW, OUJ., roi-
donco, 7241. Offlco hours 10 to
12, 2 to 5.
DR. V. W. HOWARD Osteopathia
rnyaician, 303 aarnett-corey.
Building. Phono 91-R.
ELLA M. OAUNYAW Palm block.
monographic work done quiekiy
EADa TRANSFER & 8T0HA0H CO.
Office 10 South First, PhoM
Bell 3152; Howe 350-K. FrleM
right. Service guaranteed. ' '