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linn ilrlttiil iIomh at lulritii tnti'ty
Urn ll(iiltn Pair tiBH kept up u lively
uihiiiii of tuultioi and pltaur,
WtMltn-mtay'ii talos at Out Vurlom
lioitittH wrm litmvy mi,l Tliiirnlny'
rirnlplN worn hut a llttln Ium. Much
nitr r Itittirit I orranloniMl Uy Hut fri'tiky
lurim of tlio whrol of forlmio y
lilrli a iititiK limn licrouici iiocm-il
of it kitchen apron or tntln tioiiitoulr
rnp, wlillr n )OUHK latly necurvt n
IIiik lirntnl of rlnnr by tho naiuo pro
.Minn Kern llutelilnioii, rhnlrmatt of
llin mint) lioolh ilcM-mm iipoclal in ca
tion an (the Iiam ticeii vnry fnltliful
niinliiK earl) and ktnltiK Intc, often
Ih'Iiik Hid only IVcli In tivldoticn Him
mri alily niUtiul on Weilnemlay
nlclit by n imtinli.T of the cllrun fam
ilyMr. Klrtolur KUIi. DurliiK thu
ioulnc .Mr I'Uh uulcrtaliiuil tho
Ullilleiice with out' of thomi illipy lilt
tlen for which tut I famoui,
.Minx Kaltiorliii) Murpliy nam: n
I'liiirmliiK onK which mub hcurtlly ap
plaintext. Tim Kreatoit nttriictlou of tho evon
liiK m thos flmt nppMinuiro of
nlileo the wonderful, the cllnrlll
liiK Hhe eimio rohoil In oriental
apleiiilur niul nt to ml oil by the tuom
luaKuUlcoiU Hlillk Al Atirnlinui. Zal
ilro'n rohet lire of Hallo niul her JiinuU
urn the mot KorKt'out ever neen In
Hlillk Al Ahrahnm atnmlit without
her tent In nil ti Ik pokiui upleiidor
niul hollevn iiui hit hna Kinitor to
Mparo oeii lu tiu. Ilia pink antlu
nnti i nine ynrdu roiiml and hla tur
linn would innko a lied quilt,
Thu kitchen and illhltiK roam tin
lor thu chiilrinniiHhlp of Mr. Churlon
Hchleffidln hna proved a very Krent
hiiccom. The nienlM run ' delicious
mid ilnlntlly riuruul. Tho Thauki
KlvltiR dinner of rorut turkey nnd fix-
In k wnx n perfect poem In cullnnry
art. MIm Kiln llrown, Mini llornlco
Drown, MIkk C'lnrn llnma mid MU
Mnry IMiIIIIph . urn tho clmrmliiK
Aiiioiik thomi who hnvo heen moat
lutlrliiK In thutr offorlH to umko
their part of tho fulr n auccem aro
Mm. Hchutto, Mm. (leorno OrtrrOtt,
Mm. Krnnk (Hidden mid Mint Hmlth.
MrH. Dulvln ImH Hindu lierHiilf cu
ornlly iioufiil helpliiK out whoruvor
nemloil. Muiiy o'ther aro kvIiik tholr
llmo mid money to aid lu this
The diiiiiiiiK hna broil n npeclul
(eutiire of tho fulr mid undor tho
mMitiKiinuiiil of Mr, Ilea Hholdou has
boon KruiMly onjoyod.
Don CoIvIk will thump tho plnno to.
plKht until tho arrival of tho Wool
worth nrchfrHtra. This nanurcB a.
Koodly uinount of Ultty Uxy two-stftp
tuneH. HiiKKor will not bo nrroatcd
mid tho tuni;o Ih ulloysnlilo (hoii!t
All thoHporlnl rufflou of ilollu niul
hnitri mid HnoiiH will tuku pluro to
iitRht mid tomorrow nlKht. Thoro 1b
n blK nmmrtimint of urtlulca Htlll oh
hmid that would inuky oxcollaut
Thu HtmidliiK of tho rantoHtmitH for
tho l-iuly lluntrlco doll aro;
Mnry I'ostur 203
Mln llrown 347
Vlolut Diihh 100
Tho l.ndy CoiiHtauro with hor
trunk full of 1'nrlHlnn flnury will bo
rafflud tonlttht. And Mtidalluo, thu
iiinKiilflcant, koh to tho holdor of tho
wlnulim tlolot nt 'IB cont a chtneo.
Shu Ih on oxhlbltlon nt UiuHt. Mary's
Aoiulomy booth and In ic roal IKtli
KUKKN icr into TMC5C rAtlfclCAN
CUOTHC'i ao WClU IfiOKTMts l'rtk.t.
AND WE'IX GO K.K.KV
'UU!HCK.O- YMG AMi
WON'T qcN 'I7V-K iO
I.OK ANdHI.KK, Ko'. 28. Jon
Kivern tin n rt'Kiiiia'd nt leunt n ir
lion of Jiu former prciUo in Inn
home town lodiiy by virtue of hit ill
1'inivi' defeat of Loni'li IVuhh in llieir
TliniikiKivinj; ilny inci'liiij' in Ver
non nrenn. Itirels woo a clemi-cut
vielory, Inkini: Mixteen of tint twenty
rouiitlN liv n k 1 inuri;in. The Me.x-
ipun reeeiveil n fcolilc clieor when Im
entered the nrenn. lie departed with
0000 fmi luitilly pnii'luimiiik' 1 -
llivorn flonrril ('nuH twice. Crohi
inndo n ureal rally in the nineteenth
hi'MhIoii, lie met Hivers un the Mex
ican onmu from hU ronicr Midi u
volley of leflH and rihtx to tile head
thai fon'ril Jon to i-over up.
l(icrx ncmii took the lend in the
twenllelli niul finished xtroui;.
OF FAKE AUCTIONS
WASHINGTON. Nov. tffl. Hitler
(lcinuifiation of fnko nuiMion hiiIch
wan voiedl liere todiiy liv ('. (lroi
vfiior Diiwh, editor of "Tho Nation's
niiHini'hK," tho official oruo of tho
national chamber of commerce.
"The ttml cum for thin mil," Oaw
unit, "is ooiu'i'rluil netion by tho
inurehiiiilH' asociatioiN of the coun
try. Tho hound bimiuesH fim
ronllv NiiriliiiiiiiiK ' I'omuninlty
should not lio Mllijei'li'd o coiaM'li
lion by nui'lioiii'iTi and fako olear
unco Milt'H, i'tieeially when tho no-
inolerri of Mich hiiIch rarry but littlo
of llie I'ommiiuil.v'rt burilen,
BEACHY LOOPS LOOP
SAN DIKCIO, t'nl., Nov. 28. Lin
coln lleachoy, tho Amorlcnn nvlator
today tin outdouo tho rrvuclimnn,
I'oKoud, In IiIh norcountutlu fentn of
loopliiK tint loop mid flyliiK upsldo
down, lleachoy, at tho aerial tournn
moot yctatorday afternoon ovor tho
Coroundo polo field, looped tho loop
In IiIh blplnuo throo tlmei) In miiccm-
Hlmi S0O (cut from tho earth. Tho
Krunchmmi haa boon nblo to this no
nrnror tlmu HSOO foot, tho lilKhor
dlHaiico buliiK tho unalor nltttudo (or
It. na It onnblca tho (lyor to tako moro
tlmo lu ro-HtartliiR lila oiikIuo, which
haa to bo Hit u t off whllo fl)ti)R up-
EAGLE POINT EAGLETS
Uy A. C. Ilowlott
Chnrlori Wmiuul who ImH a homo-
Ulead near Derby, waa u ploaaant cul
ler lnat Saturday.
Mm. k'om of llutto Tails Iiiih boon
vlaltlim bur dauithtor, tire, lluchanmi,
wlfo of tho prluclplu of our HChool,
Sluco 1 last wroto for tho Mall
Trlbuiio thoro Iiub boon a chaiiKO
nmdo lu tho Oood Cltlzoua 'ticket.
Diatom! of IuivIuk J. M. McQtiald
uamod on tho tlckot for rocordor of
KiirIo Point, Professor Iluchmimi has
boon placed mi tho tlckot at Mr. Mc-
Ilov. l'Vaulc Llndblacl of Aahlmid
commoucod a norlua pt mootliiua lu
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- - ' 1 - ' I OofYTTKHT l''aTVf7Ttg.G.
MATE TRTBUNE. MTWFOTIT).
Their Way to Mexico Now if-but
- RlCM - l - VJG
(ho MaptlNt church Monday nlnht and
v pot In to continue for pvrhnpa, two
or throo wcoka. Ho madu a very
fnvontblo Imiireimloii Monday- nlKht.
Alvln lletilemtendt and hi koii
worn doltiK IiiihIiichh In our town tho
Inst of (ho woolc.
llmiry Frutich, ono of our iiiccoi
fill funnurs mid orchardhla was In
town mid took out with him a amnll
lot of lumber and Hlakea.
I. eo J'nrlow of I.ako creok was In
town after omo fruit trcca thnt
JnnifB IlrliiKor bad ordered for htm
from a Washington nursery,
John Hushley of Peyton was iIoIuk
btislui'sa wlOi our merchants tho Inst
of tho week.
Dr. Holt reports thnt Mr, mid Mrs.
Fred I'ludley liavo been favored with
another dnur.litor on tho 21st, wclKh
liiK elKht pounds. 1'rcd seems to
feel ijulto proud of his flvo Klrls.
Mr. Morton of Drownsboro, was In
(own tho last or tho week after a
load of lumber.
1 'uter Youiib, ono of our promising
younK men was In town on business
Prof, J, 11. Johnson waa a Kuest
with us Huturday on his way to Ash
Innd on business, returning Sunday
J. W. Smith, 11. Hess nnd Mr.
llryant tmvu been cnKftRod In puttliiK
Up a tower and reservoir on the Cor
bin place. Kd H. Wolfor lias been
doliiK tho pluniblnK work.
Frank Xulsou of Wuud, Cnl., spent
tho nlRht with us Sunday. Jlo was
looklnc for a homestead,
I.iihi .Sunday Mr. and Mm. Charles
Hncon, our V. & K. ronductor, Mr.
and Mm. Clay Cole, tho onRluoer of
tho V. & K., Mr. March tho fireman,
on tho P. A IC. Itlchard Diamond and
Carl IltnKor, brakemen on tho P. & K.
Jaiiiea KloKor, Q. W. Austin and wlfo,
Mr. and Mm. Austin were married on
Saturday In Medford and stopped with
us on their way to their mountain
home, and Mrs. (leorKo West or Mod
ford, Miss Mabel Wamsley and Mr. J.
l'owell of Sacramento, Cnl were all
hero for dinner, besides our rcKulnr
Win, Nowstroni and his mothor
and Ivan Tyrroll of I.ako creek and
Mr, W. C, Clements anil nephew, llort,
and J. Powell wero guests Tuosday.
I don't know what took placo on
Monday for I had to go to Ormita Pans
on business and was away from homo
all day but I learned that thu peti
tion to placo tho varloiia candidates
on tho muticlpal tlckot wore circu
lated and slKiied up, and wo aro In
hopoa that tho oloctlon iioxt Tuosday,
Dec, 2, will bo moro satisfactory
than tho ono hold on tho fourth of
November. A petition to tho town
council was circulated to liavo at
least ono of the (load Citizens' club
placed on tho election board.
Tho lloat Real Bargain In Med
ford. Lot 80x175 with good S room
housn with 4 Bcreon Bleeping porchoB
opening out from each of tho 4 bed
rooms upatalru, bath and tollot up
atalra and down, gaa In all rooms, hot
and cold running wator In all bad
rooms upstairs, 80 gallon hot wator
tank, full 'comont basemen tilo
drained, electric light, and on ono
of tho "boat resident streets In Mod
ford. Prlco i( aold soon, f 3200.
RENNETT INVESTMENT CO.
For Balo, 5 room houao, on good
lot, aaaossmeutB all paid, '900, voasy
Flvo room hugajow for rent, nlco
law, $1G,50 per month.
Several housea for rout, from 110
to $20 par month.
My specialty -la looking attor non-
E. J. STEWART
Room i!04 Fruitgrowers Rank llldg.
Oftlco phono GUI. Ilea, phono S22-J,
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OttFION, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1013.
15 SOON Ai YMCV UtC rtttsc1
CCOYHtrs 'rHfeVLt. TMlMKG
ALL ACouV (AGyiCO. VG'M-
TetC'CM WC UwcbIN Mxilo
Killed with tense dramatic situa
tions and convey lot; n most forcible
moral, Ih "Tho Test," a two-reol
Vltagrnph feature which will bo at
tho Isla Theater tonight nnd Satur
day mid will bo an attractive addi
tion on their alwon exceptional bill.
Ileiauso ho la moro Immersed In
hla practice than ho should be, An
struther's wlfo drlftn from him and la
nearly lost to him by thu treachery
of n supposed friend. Ho Is callol
to Africa to attend to tho physical
needs of hla regiment and la there
taken with the fever. Ills wire
mnkes n heroic dash In quest of him.
When hIio finds him, he la near death.
She nurses him Kradually back to
health. They aro brought Into tho
realization of their true lovo for each
other and a stronger bond Is estab
lished between thorn.
This notitblo drama has an Inexpli
cable something nbout It which holds
tho Interest of tho ttpoctator from
beginning to end nfid brings homo
very convincingly tho Htrong moral
which It contains.
SikhIuI MunIr for Hut unlay Night
The management of tho Hospital
Fair has secured tho services of thd
Raggod Meter Twins, who blew Jnto
Medford from thoioutb on Thanks
giving day, to tease Oio music out of
tho piano, drums and traps for the
special danco on Saturday night.
These boys weigh a hundred nounds
a piece, but are heavyweights when 111
comes to pounding nut tho dlxzy lizy
ragtime melodies. Mr. lien Sheldon
promises over) ono n pretty girl and
a handsomo man to, danco with.
Notice Is hereby given that tho un
doslgnod will apply to tho city coun
cil of tho city of Medford, Oregon, at
Its next regular moating December
2nd, 1913, for a ltcouso to sell spiri
tuous, vinous and malt liquors In
quantities lesa than a gallon, at tholr
placo of business on South Fir street,
located at lota 10, 11 and 12, block
IMUR TRACTS l'EAR TRACTS
10-20-30 aero pear tracts, bearing
orchard, beat varieties, throo miles
Deep treo loam soil. No bottor
10-year-old pear orchard In Jacksou
county. Thla must bo sold at onco.
Prlco asked $900 an acre. If you
mean business lnvcstlgato at ouco.
Wo will meet all compotlou. Wo do
not believe this can bo duplicated
for tho prlco lu any fruit district In
tho northwest. No mattor what your
buslneaa may be, hero Is an Invest
ment worthy of your consideration.
Valuo Is twjco tho amount naked.
Noxt year's crop should not owner
3. O. RAUNES,
First National Dank bids.
Some good goncral farms, nnd
stock ranches lu tho Evaus crook
country. Thoy aro all money mak
ors. A C0-acro farm, nil In cultivation,
In Lower Sams Valloy to oxchango
for n good resldonco In Portland.
1G acres of bearing NowtoNvns nnd
pears, closo In, thnt will brlug tho
growor this year 40 per cent on tho
prlca askod for tho orchard.
100 acres, an improved farm, lu
tho farm bolt of Eastern Colorado.
Will exchange at $5000, Q0 for a
small ranch near Medford,
Call for particulars as to theso
O. I, liooft
Room 19, Jnrksou County Hank Rldfi,
Phono 1037-J .
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GIK . fM You UiU
A COOl'te OF5uGLt-
4C, of tho original townslto, In s.il-1
city, for a period of alx months.
Data of first publication Novem
ber, 20th, 1913,
Notice la hereby given that tho un
dersigned will apply to tho city coun
cil of tho city of Mndfonir Oregon,
!at Its next regular meeting on Dec.
2, 1013, for a llcenso to sell spirit
uous, vinous and mnlt liquors at re
tail In quantities less than a gallon
nt Mb place of buslncea at No. 2, X.
Front street, lu said city for n period
of six months.
Dated Xovombcr 20, 1913.
E. O. DHOWN.
FOR RENT HOUHKKKEI'ING
FOR- RENT Housekeeping rooms,
ground floor. 34 4 So. Central.
I FOR RENT FL'RMBIIED ROOMS
FOR RENT Rooms with or without
, board. Prefer boarders, 405 So.
FOR RENT Modem furnished
rooms at tho Cottago, C04 W. 10th
FOR RENT Largo sleeping rooms,
and modern housekeeping apart
ments, prices very reasonable.
Phono 247-L. 222 South Holly
FOR nK.Ni notmins
FOR RENT Modern 5 room house,
one block from Medford Hotel, also
3 room liouso, modern, with range
all connected. Phono 3C5-J, 78-R
FOIt RENT Modern furnlshiid
bouse. M. A. Radar, CO North
FOR RENT Bungalow at 109
Geneva avenue, 5 rooms besides
bath room, two sleeping porches,
ono enclosed In glass, and attic.
Also garago and wood shed con
taining large homo stall and hav
loft. This is n very beautiful
home. Haa a pergola, and water
Illy pond lu rear and Is surrounded
by 150 cholco roso bushes. Rent
$30.00, Mrs. Poter Steenstrup.
FOR RENT Apartment 7 rooms and
bath, 9 Roo Ave., corner West
Main. Phono 375-J. 213
FOR RENT OFFICES
FOR REN J Largo, comfortablo of
flco rooms with elovator service,
Btoam heat, hot and cold water.
Low rates. Apply Medford Furni
ture & Hdw Cd
FOR RENT MIHCKbUANEOCS
FOR RENT $20.00 per ; nionth, "store
room In growing town of Talent;
good business openings. Luman
Judd, Talent, Ore. 214
FOR SALE TiOTS
FOR SALE Ily owner, liouso and ex
tra largo lot. Terms. On tho east
ldo. Phono 770-W. 218
FOR SALK HOUSES
FOR SALE Threo houses and lots,
412 Laurel St., 411 South New
town street, prlco $4000. Ownor
new Sam Uauor, Neskowln, Ore
FOR SALE ACREAGE
FORSALEA" 5and 10 aero tract
closo lu, Income property, easy
terms. Call ownor 392-M. 224
FOR SAIiB M!MCmANF.OUB
FOR SALE Elegant range, heater,
30-40 Winchester. X. A. Thomp
son, rural route Xo. 1, 214
FOR SALE A good team, harness
and wagon for $15, today, at West
Side Stublea. Inquire for M, H.
FOR SALE First class team of
heavy horses. Inqulro Ends Trans
fer Co., 42 N. Front.
FOR SALE 100 tons of first class
bay, six fresh cows, A-l driving
and work horse, covered top de
livery wagon and spoclal made
driving cart. Walsh's ranch ou
Spring at., nillo out N, Roosevelt
FOR SALE lllack maro. wolght 1100
pounds, gontlo either slnglo or
double. Inquire Nash. Stables. 214
i r?m " run Lft,LL.n,.i j.. J. h .jm,
" '".... " ' I LS..BSNH.WfVJi4LlfiMTiY'lfl ;OT J.T 'M1 'SlMUAii
W tm fa m m a I'M ffl m m M if U
C 111 I 1 1 1 1 1 a I I I
IOK HAIK MISCKfiMM-'OL'S
FOR SALK Kuralturc boarding
and rooming home, cheap rent.
Always full of boardors. Address
W. C Mall Tribune. 213
HUM WANTED 3IAM3
WANTKD Mlnera at Uraden mine,
Cold Hill, Oregon, for contract t
work. Cold Hay Itoalty Co.
HELf WANTED KKMALK
WANTED Girl or mlddlo aged wo
man for general housework In tho
country. Addrexa A. L., Mall Trib
WANTED -Child's Iron crib. AoN
dresa A. L. Cross, General Delivery.
WANTED Work home about 1400
pounds, must bo sound, young and
true. W. J. Elmer, Phoenix, Ore
gon. 21 o
W A NTBD Ten teams for steady
work, hauling gravel. . Apply Rear-er-Portland
Cement Co., Gold Hill.
WANTED Washing done at homo
cheap. C34 Hamilton St. 217
WANTED I will overhaul cars, and
If so desired, will allow owner to
help and Instruct them In principals
of motor car work. Will do tbo
work either at your own home or
nt my placo. Rates very reason
able. Address box 44, care Mall
WANTED City and country pro
perty for exchange. G. Allder.
room 3, Rlalto Dldg. 235
JAPANESE HANDWORK LAUNDRY
Handwork wears longer, kcops
clean longer, same prlco as ma
chlno work. We niako a specialty
of shirts and collars. All orders
called for and delivered. Custom
prices. Phono 79-J, 52S South Fir
FOR EXC I JANG E $ 10.0 003 20
aero highly Improved stock ranch.
Northern California, clear, for good
ranch here. Clark Realty Co.
AIONE1 TO liOAA
TO LOAN liavo $2000.00 to" loan cm
city or country property nt eight
per cent. E. S. Tumy, 210 Gar-nott-Corey
TO LOAN $1000 to $5000 on good
security. It. A. Holmes, tho In
surance man. tf
MONEY TO LOAN On city and
close In ranch property. C. A.
McArthur, room 3, P. O. block,
AUTO TOPS Mado like now. Med
ford Tent and Awning Co., 10U X.
Front. If it's canvass, we soil it.
LAHER "AUTO " SPRING COi Our
big secret In making springs la the
tempering. Wo aro operating the
largest, oldest and best oqulpped
plant In the Pacific northwest. Use
our springs when others fall. Sold
under guarantee. 26 North Fif
teenth St., Portland. Ore
B. F. PIATT Lawyer, 21G Garnett-
PORTER J. NEFF. WM. P. MEALEY
Attornoys-at-Lnw. Rooms 8 and
9, Medford National Bunk bldg.
A. E. REAMES, LAWYER Garnott
W. J. CANTON Attorney and Coun
sellor at Law. 123 East Main
street, Medford, Oro.
Wm. M. Colvlg George M. Roberts
COLVIQ & ROBERTS. LAWYERS
Medford National Bank nulldlng
n. F. MULKEY & GEO. W. CHERRY
Attorneys at Law, Jackson Coun
ty Bank Building.
NEWTON W. BORDEN Attorney at
law, room 7, Spuria building, Med
THE DOW HOSPITAL, Central
l'pjnt, Orogou, . 248
By "Bud" Fisher
WILLIAM ULUICH Licensed Auc
tioneer for tbo City of Medford,
Oregon. Terms reasonable. Resi
dence phone 1C1-J. Office Jack
son County Dank building.
DR. R. J. LOCKWOOD, Chiropractor,
nenro specialist. Rooms 203-204-205
Garnett-Corey bldg. Vapor
batha and scientific massage given:
nccdlo spray, head and shoulder
showor In connection; advice in
dietetics, medical gymnastics,
hydroptherapy. Lady attendant.
Phone, offlco 945, residence 67X-R
DR. A. R. HEDGES. Dr. Louise B.
Hodges Mocnano-Tberaplsts, Chiro
practors, 8pondylothcraplsts. These
systems. Including dietetics, cura
tive gytnnaatfca, bydro-tberaphy,
etc.. produce results In both acute
and chronlu diseases. Consulta
tion free. Oyer Deuel ft Co., cor
ner Main and BartletL Hoars 9
a. m. to 6 p. m. Other hours by
appointment. Phono 170.
GARBAGE Get tout premises
cleaned up for tb Printer. Call
on the city garbage wagons for
good servlco. Phone 626-L. F.
DR. W. M. VAN SCOYOtt
DR C C. VAN SCOYOO
Garnett-Corey bldg., suite 319,
Medford. Ore. Phonn 85 s.
HELEN N. YOCKEY Notary "pub-
He. Bring your work to me at the
sign of the Mali Tribune.
Printers and 1'ublLihcrs
MEDFORD PRINTINQ CO, has the
best oqulpped printing office In
southern Orogon; book binding,
loose leaf ledgers, billing systems,
etc Portland prices. 27 North
riiyslclans ana aargeoms
OH. F. G." CARLO W. DR. EVA
MAINS CARLOW Osteopathic
physicians, 416-417 Garnott-Corey
bldg., phone 103-6-L. Residence
26 South Laurel St.
DR. 8. A. LOCKWOOD Physician
MYRTLE S. LOCKWOOD. M. D.
practice limited to diseases of
women. Offices 232 IS Mala.
Phones, residence, 814-J2; office
DR. J. J. EMM ENS Physician and
surgeon. Practice limited to eye,
ear, noso and throat. Eyes scien
tifically tested and pauses supplied
Office 228 East Main St., Hours
8:30 a. a. to S p. in. Phone.
E. B. PICKEL, M. D. Office Jack
son County Bank bldg. Office
phon6 43-R; resldonco phone B8-R.
DR. MARION Pfcyalclan and sur
geon, Stewart bldg., cornor Mala
and Bartlett sts.; office phone 27,
resldonco phono 27-J-2. 904 West
DR. MARTIN O. BARBER Physl
clan and surgeon. Office Palm
block, opposite Nash Hotel. Hours
10 to 12, 1 to, 4, Phone 110-J.
DR. R. W. CLANCY Physician and
surgeon, I'uouea, office 36, resi
dence 724-J. Office hours 10 to
12, 2 to 5.
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopath!
puyaician, isus uarnett - uorey
building. Phone 904-M.
R. J. CONROY, M. D. Physician and
Burgeon. Ovor Hutchison & Lums
don, 21G E. Main St Phone 77.
DR. McM. M. DOW, Physician and
burgeon, uontrai roint, uro.
DR. LYDIA S. DOW, Ostoopathlo
Physician. Central Point, Oro,
ELLA M. OAUNYAW Palm block.
Stenographlo work done quickly
and well. '.
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