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MFiDFORD MATL TRTT3UNE, MEDFOUD, OltKOOX, AVWIWFBHDAY, ,TANtTATfY 0, 1915.
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SUGAR BEET MEET
AKIII.ANI), .Inn. II. In lint with n
iloleilillllittiuil In limi'.t Hit Imm'I ngnr
movement for all II ih win Hi, 11 meet
ing will In lifhl In MiIh cilv mi Knlnr
ilny, .Inniinry II, ut 2 in, i Ml tlir cilv
hall. A sugur 1, ui 1 1 will l(t on luiiul
(n ilcinoiislrulo the. merit of the iiliui,
llllil t'Vi'r, hotly illleiolci i epecl
nllv uignl In uttcuil, If mil inloies'.
cil, coino iiml t iulcieslcil. 0' nil
lllll oVl'llllllCll lllllllH wlliell llllVl' I'll.
gngoil Hi' atti'iiliiin nl' tin1 oninniiiu
lly fur years pant, this mil' takes llui
li'iul iiiHoi mi iih I'lilllvatiini, uinikiiiiiK
mnl tiimnil'm'ttiilii" Ih coiieenied, In
(lie meantime, the sooiolary of tin
('oiiiuniciul club is soinliin.' mil invl
tiiliniiH to all luuchcrs mnl oilier cut
tlvaloiH nijting (Ik-mi to lie in uttciid-
IIIICO llllil llt-tll llll ploji'l't discussed.
Petition for I'liiu-r
A ii'lition, signed piuclleullv liv
cvoiv member of FirM Company,
Const Artillery Coips 0. N. (I., ir
this city, is liciug forwarded lr
iior Wilhyeoinbo, iisklng tliat Adju
(mil (li'iii'i'iil Finrorlit' reappointed on
tlic gmi'intir'ri staff. Tin' nrlill'eiy
hoy refoguiti uiorit, mnl think tlinl
a ithiiuge fn llnil nflii'i' at HiIk par
lii'iilnr linn' wonlil wink to tin' iltiii-
ini'iit of tlin seiviec. Till ai'tion
hIioiiIiI serve iih a hint to other orpin
iri'limiH hiniilarlv iiirlmi'il.
Tin' Conuncreinl chili hi'hl a tlesul
Ion session .Moiulnv cveninir. A tmr
linn of it procecilingH threatened to
usur- llin erogntive of ooimrosn
insofar n ineieuMiig tin militurv
nimamcnt mnl mixing in the Colom-l-iiii
Imbroglio I I'linri'iiii'il. When it
I'mili' to discussing tin' viltllt'S of
lillilu wilier, lio wm it, ami the nilvis.
ahility of "lacing It on lap at San
Francisco during llm exioition, tin'
orKuuixutiou got down n hrus lucks,
having ihil'li'il into lt- roper sphere,
mnl talked business with a iiu char-nelcti-lio
of the hnnxliiig -niiit.
.Motor TIiIiik or PiiM
The week or pmjor begun Jiiim
nry I. The Ministerial union is be
hliiil the laoveinent, none or the cviin
gcliral churches being barred. The
series biginK with three services at
the I'li'xliyterian eliuieh, folliiweil hy
thire at the HitplUl. In the mean
time, a gcminl rci.mil uiocpicnl to
storm the ciliiilcl of nin is being
"Kom'v" was right. The Sonthein
Pacific inolor Is a thine of the past
an Hir iim thin tenitory it concerned,
lint iIk citcnce wns pintnugrtl two
iImvm heyoml the spun, il- tlicoiilinn
ancc haunt; occurred on the ,'tli in
Men. I of the lid. The t urn Initio U
looked ami the nit tiensure in the
uptown tenniiial stutinn lime lieen
Kiinovi'il to the union ilepot for mi To
keeping. ConRi'hleil trnlTie on uper
Water Htreel is a tiling of the past,
l'oliee have heen it'iaovetl from that
iletail nl-o. About the onlv nlti of
life irniuiuiiiu: in that iieiuhliorlioinl i-
tlie trmiH.eontuental rofriuciatortf iih
they hack up to the cnM-Mni'iip'
plant for icIiiK'. On (he other haml,
there i a Nitifeit of trne on Kurlli
Main Mreet hy (he piAoliue wamiH
which make a .'ll-niinnle hehriluln he
Iweeu this city mnl Meilfoitl, Inning
put out of eoiniuihMiou mi iinpoitant
Miniee of a urcut lailway wyhleni.
llauilte.H for Wntnlen
lu ImckiiiK .loe Kmiillert for name
wiihIcii, to succccil the late Arthur
llulihaiil, (he local (Inn ami Itml club,
which include within it h rankn the
foremost of AhIiIiiiiiI'h true HporU
uieu, me eeiluin they have the riuht
iiimi for the iiht place. Familiar
with eonililioiiH necesarv ( make u
ilpelent ol'lieial, thix experience in
htieiiKtheneil hy a lun- "en ice in kv
einniciit einplo ih n ftnet ranker.
He icmiIch in thix city.
(Iwiu Ituller, in roumlin the I'laxn
with hi- car .Monday eveniiiK, iniulu a
mi-i'iic nl ihe helm ami pailially land
cil on the meeiiMwaiil near the inom
niiul roiiutain, The hotly of the ina
chine cHciiptd, lint the linht-hmul
riniiiiiiK Kl'i" wl'ii'li Imili'il ilil" I1"
cuili looked iih lluuiph it hml come
into coul.ict with a (lerniau siihnui
linc. Nuhoily hull nnionj? tint oeen.
paiilH, whn. heMitliM the ilijvcr, lucliul
ctl I wo piihicnpirH. No i'iuimh could
ha nHhiuetl for Ihe ininhji except
that the party hml jut letuinutl from
KiiMorn Htar lif-talN
Tuiwday evening, Alpha C'linpter,
No. I, Older of the Karttern Stiir, was
favtned with an official visit from
Mih. Nellio MeClowmi of Meilfoitl,
worthy Ki'aud iniiiron of the .order,
llor cVcort wiih Kate Vouuk. Helen
Miukler iiml Mary H, Orr, ulrio ineni
hei'H of Keauu's Chnpter, No. 0(1, of
Motlford. The ocpiihIoii of Ihe irrnnil
iiialronV ilt wiih dm iuhtalbition of
the officer of Alpha Chapter, after
which event a hocial reunion wiik in
order, mutual foliciliilionw weiti vx
chanm'il and dolicimiN lefreshuienlH
served. The (itleudauce wan lnro.
JMi-h, Ijoht'ila Kvuii) is tlio nowly in-,
Hlullcil proxiillnK nlflcor of Ihu local
Mr. i ml Mrn. A. II, FlHhor ami Mr.
ami Mm, John Mimt miorit IiihI Huh
ilay with frlomlH In AhIiIiiiiiI.
Mr, n ml Mm, .1, F, Worlman niu
wlfo or foulh MoiUortl "miont lnnt
Humliiy In AhIiIiiiiiI, kuorIm of frlendN,
Mr, ami Mih II, (I, Hhearur of Mcil
fonl werti micHtH of Mr, ami Mm. C.
Caioy IiikI Humlny.
Mm. V, T, llarnum wim In I'hmiulx
Mr. ami Mm. K. O, llcniio of AhIi
IiiiiiI wuru wt'cli-niul vlitltom with
Mm. ItenHti'R pnrantn In North Talent,
Mr, nml Mm, .foo Under wont to
Kaulo Point Humlny to vImII Mr. Itml
er'ii hrother ami (tinier for n few ilii)n.
Mm. W. It. Coleiunn of Mcilford
vlHltotl Mih. Arthur Furry one day
Ilay In iU'IUiik xrnroi In tlio val
ley, partlet from Anliluiut are buying
of C. Cnrey In North Talent, hnulliiK
Hint illHtiinrc mid rritellltiK It, The
lirlco pold lu AhIiIiiihI Ik-Iiik 1 10 I'er
Hovcral pleio of Hiimtr beet Inml
hnve cbniipetl linmlH lu (ho vicinity of
tnlent Intely. More are hIkiiIuk Up
to rnl'H' beiitH lu tlio hint fow ilnj'M,
Wo nro norry to iiuuouiicu Ibo
ilenth or MlM H K. Cope or Phoenix,
Minn Cope will lio Rrently mlniicd, nn
Him wan a wry ncllve wonmn In nil
of the public affnlrn or Ihu town,
lierlnlly Hie public ncbool. Him wan
nn nrilcnt W. C, T. U, worker, nml
bail been the l.'hoeiilx correitpamleut
for (he Mall Tribune for the pnnt
threw cnrn. Funeral ncrvlrcn on
VWilncmlny, burlnl In tlio riiocnlx
Nilnierotin petly thertn nrn n week
ly orciirreme In I'IiohmiIx nmt nenr l
rlalty. One imin hml n calf ntolen
rrom bin Imru lot Innt week. Tbo
Knglo biilltlliiK w broken Into nml
n mo urnlu nml other nrtlclcH tnknn.
A lot or bncon nml bnuin were ntoteii
rrom tbo ilepot. Jlcnlilen a check bo
lui: forKcil upon one or tlio IiiihIiicmi
men of tbo town. It neonu that (bu
rlmrlty extomled ut Chrlntmnn hml
the wroui; effort. IMilciitly mmui
one wan wIlKlitcd,
I FLOUNCE ROCK FRILLS I
.Mabel HmiMMi npcnl xevrnil niyhlM
of IiikI week with the .Manniiiu' KilK
Fltiieucc ami Orn DilHWorlh re
turned to the valley Thnrwlnv after
xpondinn the holiila.vM itilin rela
.Mi-H I la l.ee l.ytle came home
Thurxday front Mcdfonl, when) slio
pnit the lanl few weokw.
Itimcoo I)a S- cmue up to hi work
at the Ulrich ranch Weiliichdav lifter
MpcmliiiK Niiiiin with home folkw near
.Mr. nml .Mm. licit Iliinbiilh;iin at
leniled (he New Year dance ut Trail
and furnihcil Ihe iiiiimc.
NcImiii Nyu uimle a trip to rent nil
I'oiut the fiot of lnt week.
Mr. ami .Mm. .1. F. Ditnworth cave
a ilinner TucMlay to .Mr. and .Mm.
Vnuchau ami family and to Frank
(luy t'nbley t'liuic over Friday to
vinil bin wife.
T. II. Ilininbntlinin went to 1'ivn
M'ct Suuiluy In ualifv for jiihiien of
There was a masked tlanee ut the
power plant Satunla- uit;lil. .Several
from this hedinn iittendrd,
Mis. Peyton jjiive u New Jenr din
ner to the ImlicK of the W. ( T. V.
ami their families. Owiii to the late
ni't of the hour when ilinner was
coui'lmli'il, thcie was no mcctiii).', mil
a social one, hut all enjoyed that.
The I.iinrelhuit Sunday school
now has new my hooks containing
some excellent pieces, rome out and
help us shitf and Icaiii home new
mhihs. Neurly every one cujovs
siumujr, so if nil will come nml help
"imike a joyful noiso" it will he vvi'.v
Slmtlav school officers for (lie
coining year were elected Sumlav, II.
I), Hlancliard was re-elected superin
tendent; Mi. Peyton, assistant mi
ierin(enden(; Kail Pevlon, seerelnry
treusnrer; Mrs. Hlancliard, organist;
Pearl Peyton, librarian; Mrs. Hits
worth, I, eta Pcelor mid .lames Pey
ton, touchers, nml (1. W. Kiucnid, jan
itor. I WILLOW SPRINGS TWIGLETS
Colonel MiuiH transacted husiurss
in Meilfoitl Monday,
It, W. F.hlon was in Meilfoitl Mon
day a f ,oi noon,
Mrs, ilohu SiM" has heen on the
sink list this week. .
Koy Dimlap spent the weuk 'uml
with Merritt llounluml.
Harry Davisson uml fmuilv were
tliunur quests New Years day at the
home of II. W. Klden.
Several fiom Willow Springs at
tended the program fjiven by the
(Ireiitnr Meilfoitl club Monday nfter
Mm. Frank MoICee and family en
joyed the. l,o Hoy-Tahna-Uoseo enler
taimnent at tlio Page theater Monday
The Parent-Teaehers' club met nl
the. homo of M'rs. Taylor Satiinluy
uftuiiiooiu A k""" proyvaiu ami huV'l
oral subject weij discussed, The
ilelieate rcfR'sliinciilH Were served nl
Ihe close of business.
L I. Norcrnss nml family, W. II.
NoicroMH, wife nml ilminlitcr nml
MisH Hind were ilinner miosis ol
MIhm McNnsBcr, Hcccmhcr 211.
Albert Foimiy nml llaiohl (liul
imilisou attended the supper jjivoii for
tliu Medford National (Inn ids In
honor of tilt; new captain, llitn.v
Mnmhiy Mr. nml Mrs. I), V. Stono
nml Mr. and Mis, Myres loft on No.
I.'l for parts in xoiiIIiimii Cnlifontia.
They will visit the Kan Fiani'lsoo ami
Kan Dit'Ko fails ami will remain for
One of the famous eoiiuminily sup
pers was held ut the lesldeiiee of W.
A, Thompson this week. Those pur
liclpalinj; Wcic the following fuiu
ilies: Fiank Palmer, JFriiuk McKcu
ami I), M. McNasHcr. A Christuins
biirlesipie was the 1'ealiiin of the evc
n'niL'. Adolf Strotibe ami l-Vd Htroube of
Wheeler county visited Fit'd Ktrnube
for seveial weeks and have ilopartcd
for California. Thev expvul to re
turn ulmiit the IiikI of Maich.
Wi'dncsilay a rousing Hiitrur beet
mectiui! was held at Urn sehoolhoiiso
mid l.'il) aoics weio guaranteed for
The (IraiiKo held u vcrv inlerustinir
inccliii Thtithihit' t'veu'ui).'. The fo.
low in" officers weie elected: Inline
lluikliolz, woithy master; .1. W. ICI
den, overseer; W. A. Cowley, lec
tin er, etc. At the vihm of the btiM
uess inei'liu a ini.xcil pinrnm was
enjoyed by n Iiiikc audience amt Ihe
New Year was noisily welcomed.
GOLD HILL NUGGETS
(From Ihu News.)
Miss l.eltie (inhle of Icti'obc, Pa.,
arrived on ChristmaM icoiuini; nml
rcinamcil until vveiiuOMiav nn tlic
truest of Mm. I. van W. Smith mid
fnmily. Latrobt) wa the fonner home
of Mr. ami Mm. Sinit!;.
.1. II. neeinnn hhinped n fifteen-ton
car of sulphides to n Tncouia Muel
ler the first of Ihe wo , Thrve Ions
of the eoiiHimnnciil ven' from Ihe
Hill Nye mine on (lulls creek, an I the
remainder from Mr. H email's Luckv
Hart on Sardine clock. Part of the
shipment is hiiid to be very rich in
values, ami the (,'cuornl average
bliould make a i-plcndid return.
Hre devastatrd the huupilnw home
of II. White at Ashland on Situ
day evenimr, cattMiijr a !" much in
exetvs of $i;i(IO, which was the
amoiiut of insurance curried. For a
number of months the Whites have
been n'-idents of (lohl Hill, where
Mm. While js enpip-d as primary
teacher. On Sunday Mr. White re
turned to A "bin ml uml visited their
home, building a fin' in the heating
Move. He lett the Iioum for a shot I
absence down town, ami upon hit re
turn found the fiteiuen working to
shve uis property from utter dot ruc
tion. The properly i irrep.inibly
dmunKed, while practically all furni
ture uml pemonal effects weie de
htroyed. Sunday school football is the plan
evolved by Itev. C. S. Wharton of the
M. K. ehtireh, who is enlisting nn
eleven from the hoys' class. Kucli
youthful member is reipiired lo simi
a pledge to icfraiu from the iim of
improper laiiKuam', to abstain from
the use of tobacco in any form, or.
iutoxieutiiiK liquor in any of it nu
merous guises, uml to at all times
hear themselves n young gentlemen.
No difficulty has been eucouutuicd
in securing candidates for gridiron
honors, uml a coach will he selected
to train the ynunfjstors. When the
Sunday school stpiad is drilled into
idinpo a clialloiigo will bo Umici) to
neighboring towns for u soiio of ical
Tlio December business inectiiig
ami social of the ProijrcxMvo Ilihle
class was enjoyed on Monday even
ing by an itnusually Inrgo iiuiuher of
in i' mbc m uml friends, ahout forty in
nil. The following "rogram was pre
M'uled: Original selections on mir
ical bottles, Mr. and Mrs. Thorn; vio
lin solo, I). II. Miller; leading, Mm.
A, K. Kellogg; piano solo, Mrs. Hurt
A, Adams; violin solo, Opal Hight;
vocal solo, Italph Hubbard. Follow
ing a short business meeting, an hour
was very pleasantly spent in playing
games uml stunts, after which the
eomniitten served snmlwiclie, coflee
and olives. The program, garnet, and
luncheon wore nrrnnged, by a stag
conuniltett consihting of Hint A. Ad
ams, C. N, Shaver uutl U. 10. Wha,r
(on. John Duggnii, a well-known piop
cor tdiarnetcr of Siiiuh Valley, died
ut the state hospital for the insane
at Salem on Monthly. Ho wiih 70
yours of age and was committed to
thai institution several years ago.
Death is said to have been, caused
b.y an aeuto attack of btomiu'h trou
ble. For more than twenty yeius ho
wns a resilient of southern Oregon.
Tommy Anderson suffered a re
lapse of, the prospecting fever last
vvoekaml If now hi the Merlin dis
trict panning gravel for the M'duet
ivo 'colors." Tommy has a paitner
whom he dehigualos iih "a iu"n from
Montana," ami whose uamo is iiium;
lerial to the business of tronsure
huiiling, uuyjiow, The piutnera chiiml
It have localcil a prnKpcct that prom
Died.- At the homo of her son, J(.
M. Coijk, on (lull meek, on Chnst
imiH jlny, Mm. Ohvu Cook, aged 7?
yearn, 10 iiioiiIIim uml 'ill days. Mm.
Cook wn it unlive of Wisconsin, hut
for tunny years had been u loident
of 'f.wllk'Mt.OH'Ktiii. where Jiianv ohl-
time friends nml pioneers tnouin her
passing. Death win caused bv ill
ness uml wenl.nesH incident in ox
treme ago. Services weio hdil at the
Hays' oemck'iv, where I bo i rum ins
were laid lo icit on Smiihiy after
noon, Mr. nml Mm. ('.'(', MclVrron are
spending the holuluy sciihoii in this
city as guests of rohilivon. .Mr. Me
Ferron is the -on of Mr. and Mm. S,
V. MoFcrren, while Mm. McForrcn is
a duughter of Mn.vor am) Mrs. .1, II.
It. Morelock. Ilotli t-rcw from child
hood in .this cilv, ami the visit to the
old home is the first in five yenm.
For a number of years thev have
been residents of Portluml, ami their
present intention ih to locate in south
ern California, oiobnbly at I .ok An
ABHLAND, Jnn C- The clly coun
ell held Itn Initial meeting of tlio year
Tiicnday nlKht, It being n very tame
affair considering that everybody
wnn expecting n lively nvsslon. tn
proieuilliiKn bnrely romi to tbo IioIrIiU
of mediocrity. Tlio complexion of
tbo orgnnltntlon icmnlnn juit about
the name an lnnt yenr, with the ex
cnptlon tbnt IHcrcI replaces Heaver
Ip (ho Third ward. CunnlnRbnm re
malun the nentor an well nn the men
tor of the council; Ware Is tlio ora
tor nt least he docs the talking;
Cornelian, tlio nphlnx; Anhcrnft, tlio
counselor, nnd Wcrth wants lo know
(bo wherefores, t remains to !o seen
what pone Ulcftrl will assume. With
tbo chief of poltroon guard nl tlio
council chnmlier door, nntl two other
members of the forco detailed lo
wntch tbo stairway approaches, n
Itrely tilt was expected In council pro
c,ccdlngM. With the exception of
IJort Oreer'H fervid apieal lu behalf
or expediting the illHposal or tbo bond
lithtie, the nenslou wan morn devoid
or Incident than tbu average horv
tco during tlio, iirevalent week of
prnyor. J'lfl "
Ileportod by Jackson County Ab
trnct Co.. fllxUi and Fir Sts.
Ittvil IMnto TnuiNfem
It. Fnrnham et ux to F O. WU
Hums et nl, lot la Galcy Add
Anhlnnd. W. D, 250
Itonialn Fnrnbnm et ux to K.
K. Philips, 10 ncres In T. 30
A. 1 B W. D 3,500
Jnrkhon County Hutldlng &
Loan Assn. to U. M. Can
ton, lot 3, blk. fi, HlKblnnd
Pnrk Add. Medford, deed ... 10
Clara Mny (laRtion et ux to I,.
M. Canton, lot 3, blk C, High
Inml Park Add. Medford, W.
Paul Penrco to Mark WlnnlnK
linni, mining claims tit T.
38 It. 3 W., Q. C. D 10
Mny M. llenrd et vlr to Polk
Hull, truct in bcc 29 T. 37
It. 1 W. on !:. Main St., Med-
rord. Q. C D 10
Joseph C. Hannah to Jasper II.
Ilnnnah, SO acres In sec. S
T. 35 It. 1 W.. W. I) 10
Mark WinnliiRlinm to Albert
Andernnn et nl, mining
clalniB In T. 40H. 4 W., Q.
C, I) 10
Kdwanl U. WortbliiKton lo W.
F. Owln, Ni or NWsec. It
T. 3C H. I W., deed 1
lllils for Wood.
School Dibtrlct No. 19 will receive
scaled bids nt tbo office of tbo clerk
until 10:00 o'clock it, m, January
ICtb, 1015, for 400 cords of wood,
ot cither body f(r, oak or laurel.
Sanio to bo dollvorcd between Mny
1st, 1915, nnd August 15th, 1915.
Smue. to bo delivered nt school build
ItjRs.Ia said district. All wood must
bo ui trom live trooa. Kach ntlck
to bo four feet long nnd not lea? than
olght, luetic; or more than ilft.tticlios
jn jlJnmpter. W'ood to bo measured
uu tbo grpundi aud nil mpasuromenta
o bo Hatlstnctory to the "senior of
weights and measuroa of Jnckson
Tbo bonrd reserves tho rlpbt to re
jeet nny or all bids. 2.4 G
- II, S. STINR,-r
,. v Cjerk.
FOR 8AMC Oil KXCHANGB '
Rogtio Itlvor Valley lriilt Ltnda.
Dairy, stock, poultry ranehea '"and
Timber. Colonization Tracts.' Best
all-the-yoar-round cllmnto on const.
Henlth Itofort. Wondorrul Medlrl
HtNiver Realty Co.t Ashland, OrnoH.
AHlll.ANI), Or., .Ian. (I. Tlio
local Fruit anil Piodncc asot-i-utioii
held itf nnmiul meeting luu
unrv -, n ooil nttenibincc heiuir nri'i.
ent nnd neaily (100 out of a total of
800 slinres being represented, Hi
rectorH Hunter nml Wnrrmi were re
tired, ami in their pi noes J. It. Mu
Cnick"ii and Y. P. Schneider were
chosen, .1. W. Milliter wih elected to
Miieeecd himself. Mesnrs, Cornelius
nnd Proseott are tho hobl-ovcir mem
bers jn the directorate. Hercalter no
htookholtler eau upvur on tiio scene
uml vote a whole bunch of proxies,
(hat privilege being curtailed to one
proxy only. An amendment to the
eouslilulion prevents any more voting
of proxies in job lots. The malinger
mode a report of busimit-s transacted
the past year, home under nufnvor-
iible conditions particularly as fur
as the cuuuory is concerned. Hy the
way, the canning factory has reverted
to Dr. Swedfiiburp, who hns become
versatile as n holding company, inas
much ns he also controls mine.-, orch
ards nnd muchex in addition to a lu
crative medical nnd Mirgicnl practice.
A motion to heartily co-operate with
Dee in the operation of the cannery
was carried with u vim. The associ
ation generously appropriated 6200
to exploit choice fruit from this hO"
tiou at the Panamn exposition. This
appropriation bus heen a stnnttiin; one
for y en t". hut the custom of lining it
litis prevailed more in the breach than
the observance. This exposition yenr,
however, Professor Frohbach saw o
it that the nsociution dng tip. The
meeting on the whole wiik a success
ful one. The only discordant note
vvnK over tho selection of n tempo
rary chairman, but this was merely n
parsing riffle. Tho directors will
hiion meet to select officers for the
eiisiiiui; year, ami the knowing ones
assert that a change- in the director
ate prcMigc the choice or a new mali
Notice Is hereby Riven tbnt the un
dersigned will apply to tho city coun
cil or the clly of MctUord, nt Its next
regular mcetlnp January 19th, 1915,
for a transfer of that certain llcenio
No. SS9, Issued October 10, 1914, by
tbo city of Meiirord, Oregon, to O.
M. Sclsby, trustee, nuthorlzlng him
to sell spirituous, vinous and malt II
qtiors In quantities lens than n gal
lon, nt his place ot business nt No.
13 South Front street, In said city,
for a balnnce of tbo period ot six
months from said October 10, 1911.
Date of first publication January
a J. CAU8TENS.
One cent per word per issuo.
Six Insertions for prlco ot five.
Fifty conts per lino per mouth
FOR RUNT Thrco room furnlslied
bungalow closo In, pleasant loca
tion. Phone 779-J or call 527 S.
FOR RKNT Six room modern bun
gnlow, closo in, fine shade, range
connected. Phono 930-X.
FOR RKNT VURNIHHKl) ROO.MS
FOR RUNT Furnished room in
modorn house. Phono 372-J.
FOR RKNT Largo, pleasant rooms
with bent nml bntb. 2 nnd 2 50
per week. 15 North (Jmpo St. 250
FOR SALK REAIj ESTATK
FOR SAl.K My ranch on Ross Lane.
Will consider residence Jn Medford
as part pny. O. AHder. 251
FOR SALK 320 ncres flno lnnd In
eastern Colorado, Improved, for
lnnd hero. G. Allder. 251
FOR SALK Flvo ucres well Im
proved, closo In, tortus. Sco own
er. P. O. box 285. 247
A word to tboso who nro coming
hack. iJtnd (or tho past six months
has been bunging nt rock bottom
prices. A groat deal ot liquidation
has takon plnco In thts tlmo. My bus.
Inesa nlono In tbo last half of this
yenr linn amounted to nonrly 1 100,000
I bellovo tbo Inst tour or flvo deals
I hnov mndo ropresont nbbolutoly tbo
bottom. Land with rental vnluo of
$30 nn ncre will not long remain nt
?200 nil ncre. Thoro will be no boom
but land values -will Improvo some.
Good ronds, Irrigation, saw-mill,
box factory, cheap power, sugar
beets, cunning factory, good prices,
satisfied customers, perfect days.
Hurry, soo Medford first nnd
J. c. barneSs
Room 201, First National Hunk nidg.
FOR IIIINT IIOUHflKKKI'I.Va
roomn, hent, Imth, phono free.
223, W. Mnln, 257
FOR SAf.ll .MYKStOCK
FOR KALK -Must sell nt n sacrifice,
flue cow, "M Joriioy. Phono 582-W.
FOR SALK llrcd sows and glltn
from prl7o winning Duroc Jcripy
hord, Jncknoti county fair: ano
boars old enough fur ncrvlco nnd
weanlings. L. II, Houston, one
mllo west of Tnlent, phono 3-FI2,
FOR SALK Rhnntn nnd plgfl, A. W.
Stone, Jacksonville road.
FOR SALB-KlKht flno rows, three
year old belforn, fine team of work
mares. Nairn Livery I'arn. 201
FOR SALK Span work homes,
work 2C00, npnn work marcs,
weight 1700, notation cow giving
40 lln milk. Cow coming fresh In
January, Holntten nulls ono nnd
two years old, threo yearling
calves. 10 fat hogs, 13 broad sows,
will fnrrow In Decombor nnd Jan
uary, two ows with pigs, top
buggy, almost now. J. T. Rnrrer
ty, Tolo, Ore. 258
FOR SALK Atld for service, full
blooded Jcrney bull. II. A. Gray.
Jr., Orchard Home. 247
FOR SALK 3II8CF,L,IjANKOUB
FOR SALK Loose alfalfa hay; also
two buggies and two hacks. In
quire Nnsh Livery Unrn, 271
FOR SALK Will be nt tho public
market Saturday, Janunry 9. with
some fine Plymouth Rock. Rhode
Island Red nnd White leghorn
cockerels. O, Allder, phond 732
FOR SALK AlfaUa hay. O. Allder.
Phone 732-Jt. 251
FOR SALK Dry fir nnd pine wood
for sale cheap, writo box C5, Rogue
River, Ore. 250
FOR SALK Cord wood, seasoned
block oak. Prices right. J. Frank
Carson, Butte Foils, Ore. 249
FOR SALK Kxtra dry wood, makes
quick, hot (Ire. F. Oscnbrugge,
Phono morning 191, Rlvcrsldo S.
FOR SALK 1914 Hupmobllo demon
strator, a (Ino performer, cheap,
1911 40 h. p. Appcrson In good
mechanical condition, two K. M.
F.k In good order, one xtra run
about body on one. For sale by
Crater Lake Motor Car Co.
FOR SALK Dry wood, under cover,
nil kinds and lengths. Valley Fuel
Co. Phono 7C. 252
FOR SALK A good buslncrs propo
sition. Rest money maker In town
for tho capital Invested. Write
for price and terms nnd bo con
vinced. Address box X., care Mall
WTED 1 Belgium" "barer highest
cash price. Rcrt Johnson, 211 X.
WANTED Have orders for llvo tur
key hens nnd gobblers. Send de
scription nnd price. Medford Poul
try & Egg Co. 24 C
HELP WAXlKr 3IAY,IC
WANTED Man to run small saw
mill, state wnges, semi references.
Address U., enro Mall Tribune.
WANTED Married man wantH posi
tion on farm, cnpnblo to net ns
foreman, hnvo bad two years exper
ience In eastern orchards. Refer
ences given. L. X, Firestone,
Medford, Oro. 24S
11 I- MBl
WANTED Position as housekeeper
for bachelor or on orchard. Ad
dress box G enro Mali Tribune
TO TRADE Ono houso nnd threo
lotH for a second-hnuded automo
bile well equipped and norno stock
GIvo details tu first lcttor. Address
1250-H, caro Mall Tribune. 2 IS
TO TRADK 1400.00 Kingsbury
plnno good ns new for two good
milch cows and 50 pullets. Wood
Watklns, 3G9 Grnnlto St.. Ashland.
Qrcgon. 24 G
EXCHANGE Want to sell or buy
anything? U C Rader, 114 N.
Front St. Employment otflco ami
routnls. Phoco 125. Nu(( Sed.
STRAYED Ono red nnd whlto Dur
ham cow, dehorned, liolo split In
each ear. Ilrund H. II. on right
hip. Notify M. J. Pllcher, Wcllon,
LOST Ulnck and whlto female rol
Ho, Phono 254-W, T. A. Water
man, Central Point rond. 21G
TAKEN UP Orr tho range, part
Jersey cow with calt, brundod bar
A on loft hip. Owner may hnvo
sumo by paying tor ntlvortlsing
nnd keep. J. B. Plymlro, phono
ilBLFJN N. " YboiCBY Notary pub
lie. Bring your work to me at tbi
sh?n of tho Mall Tribune.
RADS TnANBPER & HTORAOE CO
orrico 42 North Front St. Phont
31G. Priced right, Uervlco guar
LAIIKR AUTO BPRINO 00 W
aro operating the lnrgnst, oldet
and best equipped plnnt lu the Pa
cific northwest. Uso our springs
when otbors fall, Sold under guar
antco. 2G North Fifteenth 8t,
PORTER J. NKFF, WM. P. MKALWT
Attornrys-nt-Lnw, Ronm4 H and
9, Medford Nnllonal Hank bldg.
A. K. REAMES, LAWYKR Uarnett
Win. M. Colvlg. George M. Robert!
COLVIO fe ROUERTS. LAWYERS -
Medford NatlonnI Dank Building.
II. F. MUI.KBY eoTw. Oil Kim T
Attorneys nt Law. Jackson Coun
ty Rank Ilulldlng,
NEWTON W. BORDEN Attorney nt
law, room 7, Sparta building, Med
DR. A. R. HEDGES, Dr. Lotilo .
Hedges Mcchnnn-Thornplsts, Chlro-
n,n,lAr, flnnnil vtnt )mn ttlaf a TIlAKA
systems. Including dietetics, cura- r
tl7o gymnaatlrs, hydro-theraphy,
etc., produce results In both acnte
and chronic diseases. Consul ta-
tlou free. Over Deiol & Co,, eor- ,
ner Malu and DartlcU. Hours 9
a. in. to 6 p. m. Olber hours by
appointment. Phono 170,
nn. R. J. rnKWOOn.. Chtrnoraetor. i l
nerve specialist Rooms 203-104-205.
Gnrnett-Corey bldg. Vapor ,,
baths and sclentlfSe massage given;
necdlo spray, head and,, shouidoi
snower in connection; advice Is
dietetics. medical gymnastics,
bydroptberapy. Lady Attendant.
Phono, office 543! residence Ull-R.
We are hero to help people get re
liable,, competent help. We fur
nish help tn almoat all lines ot
business. We make a specialty of
competent men and wlrec for
rauches. We solvit jronr, patron
age. Olttner's Real Estate and
Employment Durcau, Room's 8 and
7 Palm Building, Medford. Pboae
858. Mrs. J. S. Clark, Manager,
DR. W. M. VAN SCOYOO
DR. C. C. VAN SCOYOO
Garnett-Corey Dldg., satte lit
Medford, Ore. Phone 856.
1-tglHcer and Contractor
FRED N. CUMMINGS Engineer nnd
contractor, 404 M. F. & II. Dldg.
Surveys, estimates. Irrigation,
drainage, orchard and land im
GARBAGE Get your premises
cleaned up for the summer. Call
on tho city garbnge wagons
ROOd SOrVlCO. I'llOnO 274-b.
JnstnicMon la Music
HAIGI1T MUSIC STUDIO 110 So.
Laurel. Fred Alton llatght Piano,
Mrs. Florence Halllday ilalght,
voice. Telephone 17C-R.
SHOE REPAIRING First clasa she
repairing, on modern eiectrio
machines while you wait E. N.
Biden, located in Kidd's Sum Store,
Phjcilcl.-ms and aurgeoru
DR. F. O. CARLOW, DR. EVA
MAINS CARLOW Oateopathlt
physicians, 41 0-4 17 Garuett-Coroy
bldg., phono 103G-L. Residence
20 South Laurel St.
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopathia
puysiciaus, 3U3 anmett-corey
building. Phone 904-M.
DR. J. J. EMMENS Physician and
surgeon. Practice limited to eye,
ear, noso and throat. Eyes scien
tifically tested and glasses sup
plied. Oirico 228 East Mala St,
Hours 8:30 a. in. to 8 p. m.
B. B. PICKEL, M. D. OHlce Jack
son County Bank bldg. OHlce
phono 43-R; residence phone 58-U.
DltIARTlN O. BARBER Pliysl
clan and surgeon. Office Palm
block, opposltq Nash Hotel. Hours
10 to 12, l to 4. Phone 110-J.
DR. R. W. CLANCY Physician and
surgeon. Phones, ofttco 36, real
denco 724-J. Oltice hours 10 te
12, 2 to 5.
DR. S. A. LOCKWOOD PhytlU
MYRTLE 8. LOCKWOOD. M. D. .
Pructico limited- to' disease ! et
women. Otrices 232 W. Mala.
Phones, resldouce, 814-J2; sUMni
R. J. CONJIOY, M. D.-PbyBtcliSi and
Surgeon, Over Hutchison it Luws
dcu, 216 E Main St.' Pbee.77.
DR. LYDIA S. DOW Osteopathic
pnysicinn, pinctico limited to ob
stetrics mid diseases ot women ami
children. Offices 3 and 4, St.
Marks block, bourn 1 to 5 p. m.
Phono 100. Ros, the Dow Hospi
tal. Contrnl Point,
DR. MCM. M. DOW Phvslclan anil
surgeon, obstetrics and surgery,
offices 3 and 4 St. Marks bleek.
Hours 9 to 12, Phono 100. Rest- . j
netice, mo now 4iospttni, central
Point. " '
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