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News From Our Neighbors
EAGLE POINT EAGLETS
Uy A. C. Hnwlrtt
Mm. T. (I. Todd, wilo .if T. (I.
Todd, who, with N. T. MeDi.mihl,
bought (tin Johnson idiVee, near t 1m
mouth of Elk erevk. vnn with u the
limt o' tin' week on lii'r way to .Med
0. I). Huffman mid A. I'. DavU of
Iji (IiiiihIu, Or., were with im hint
Siitunliiy. They twro out here to we
wlint pronpeet there wan to orwiinizt'
n grange. They went liotli deputy
grange orgnnirern for thin ntiite.
Mm. L. II. Dewechr, formerly of
tliii ilii oo, who I nil hern a venr ugo
IiimI November for Missouri, nrrivcd
hint IViilnv morning. Hit litinhiuitl is
ojtpi'eled lv the niiihlln of I ho week.
IIU health foiled tiini, no Iik thought
thill Im wotilil return to JnekMon
eouiily mill regain it.
Flnirnee Cox, formerly of this
plum', lint more- reeentlv from Port
liiml, emno down to attend tin funeral
of Matthew Thoiiipmui hiNt week mill
HM'iittlit! niuht with iim. lie uUo vis.
it oil hi liiilf'xistrr, Mrs. (Ins N'ieholH,
on Suit ereek.
Mm. V. J. Aiixlin of Climax United
our town for (lie find tiini', ulthouieh
y JinV lifvn HvJiij: on Antuloiu) vwvV
lor it iiiiiiiImt of yenrs. Him wiih
(iiitii fnvorahly iiiiprivc( with our
.Mrs. A. .1. Ilnteli or lleikdhiy, Cnl.,
a lUtur of Mih. Dr. V. W. V. Holt,
in iiiiikiiir IpT sitor u i i t -
.Mix. I(. llt'hxli'r of Hniwushoro
w In town mil IhimIui'mm tht IiikI of
Ohm NiihoU nml wifo of llrowtio
liohi, who Iiiis n fiiu' fin in on Suit
nit'ok, iwiiiii iu on liniiM'ss hint l'ri.
I.iihl went; It. II. Itrophy Kiild forty
lumil of yonrlinic onhiw to Paul An
duraon of Apphitnli'.
Miilthew HnwkjiiHin, who has linen
iiimij(i'cl on tin HillcroHl ori'lianl,
took a layoff for n mouth ami iu-
I en 1 1 of loiiiiKintf nioiunl nml lilow
1 1 1 j htii imoiiov foiililily, took a trip
up In the hills on Hogim rUcr, uiakiiiK
heiiiliiiunli'rs at .loo Hannah's, ami
Hprut his lime in fluhiu ami pruu
tiiK oreliiiiils nml niakine liiuiHolf use.
fill, ami so uimo oat with as miieh
iimaey as he took iu ami lunl a uoml
time generally. Ho relumed to the
Hilleiosl i flint il to .'o In work last
Hoi ii- To Mr. and .Mrs. Klvin Con
over, I'Vliruiir.v 1-1 a son.
W. K. IIiiiiiiiiiI has jiihl had n Kpray
lank iiiule in the Childreth shop, Mr.
llryaut doinc the earpeutur work. The
lank is made of Hii;ar pine lumlier
ami the lumber roM iu .Med ford l-'i;
eeats a foot, and that ilnlit iu a t im -her
country where we have millions
of feet of HiKiir pine limber slamliu
waitiuu for fiimt'oiie to saw it up
leady for line.
I'Viiluy iiIkIiI the Ladies' Mission
nry soeiely mel at the home of Mrs.
W. K, Uiiehanau. There were (wen-ty-if:ht
present, Afti'i the repilar
uxi'mihOH of tlui nu'etiiitf weio over,
'tike and tea wore served. There
was an iut renting program ami ipiilo
a niimliiii' of pieces n'ail on the sah
jt'ei of iiiisniou work.
On Saturdiiv alternoou (ho V, C,
T. IT, of this plaeo hd a speeial
meetini; to eoinineinnrato the hirtli of
Miss l-'niueis , Wilhinl, one of the
moving spirits iu thu ornanlzatioii of
the work for tho ovorllirow of tho
liipmr traffiu, There was a kooiI ul
teuihuieii anil several pieces read
touching on her life work. Amniii;
the leadings was one rend hy little
.liiil Klonty entitled, ."Five Omits n
Glass," that made ipiite an iinpres
siou. The pieee was well rendered.
At the close of the Imsinoss session
the ladies served cake and coffee,
The Ladies' Aid soeioly will have
their Hciiu-tuinmil sale and servei)
oyster soup and cako the afternoou
of February 127.
Miss Frniices flnb, who Is ntload
iu high ucjiao) in Mudl'ord, caiuu oul
TABLE ROCK TABLETS
lobu Minliiim ami finally of Autioeh
attended church services lieni Siiii
I'ri-d Itowmaii wim a Mcdforil is.
Several fanners of the Iftiglu Point
district have been iu this vicinity
lately after seed Kiaiu.
Kamlford Kiehuidton of Medfonl
was a Table Kuek visitor last Sim
day. l.tiwrcnce l'itzjmtriel: drove to
Central I'oint Kunilny to meet his
friend. Darwin 1'hillips, who arrived
that day from Kan Francisco ami will
npcad some time iu this valley.
.Several of the young people en.
joyed n birthday dinner Inst Sunday
ttivcu by Mrs. 0. I'endlnml iu honor
of .lames IVmllaiiil's Il.llli birthday.
Our school observed Washington's
birthday with appropriate exercises.
Monday afternoon a large number
of isitors were prcent and enjoyed
the oM'i'liint program.
Ilrv. Wnlnufr of Sums Valley
preached it very interesting sermon
ti it large congregation at the school
hoicc last Sunday following the close
of thu Sunday school.
I'. S. Collins, siiHriutemleul of the
Medford schools, was in these parts
lust week exercising a new Ford au
tomobile. The Arrowhead Literary soeioty
held a hiisiucM meeting Saturday
night mid transuded con-iderablo
accumulated liusiuchs. A vote of
llwinkn was tendered A. L. Seahrook
for his generous donation of wotk
iu preparing the stage for next Sat
urday night's entertainment.
Inspection of tree tools in the
Vn!ibiini oruhard wits begun last
week. This is a good move ami
should Im followed by every one in
Ibis distiiet expecting to grow fruit.
Let's bogiit in lime ami get ut it, ami
where we find the roots are badly in
fected we should lake the tree out,
for one healthy tree is wot lb more
than a dozen il it-cased ones, to say
nothing of the damage done by.
spreading of the disease.
IjixI Friday afternoon while every
thing was (pilot ami still then1 sud
denly biirxl foi lb olit. of the lower
cud of the community many loud ex
plosions, followed iu ipiick siicccsmoii
that caused some of us to think tho
(lermaiis had proclmmcd this a war
r.iine, but on investigating it wns
found that Harry N'ealoii and .lames
IVuillanil were blowing out stumps
Mrs. Mary Fuller of Hridgcporl,
Wash., a cousin of S. 0. Collins, is
spending a few weeks ut the Collins
The Arrowheads have everything in
readiness for tho big play, "What
Happened to Jones,'', uexj Saturday
night. This is u standard play iu
three nets and runs (wo and one-half
hours, wilh thirteen people in the
cast. There will be plenty of good
music and among other attractions
songs by Fitxpntriek and Phillips of
the Globe ipiartet of Portland, in
fact, more than three hours of sidld
entertainment, ami the price will bo
in keeping with the times, 10 and ."
cents. Doors open at 7:110. Per
formance begins at 8:10.
last Salurdny to visit llto old folks
Will try to tell about thu school
(LNcrciscs lust Monday in my next.
Mrs, A. M. Thomiis has an ad in
this week's Weekly Mail Tribune of
fering a lot of household goods for
Tho annual mooting will bo hold In
the Moohq ball In Ashland, Ore, on
Tuesday, March 3. Dinner at IU
noon, All OhtoatiH will bo on hand
with woll filled bankets nm came, tor
n good (Into,
J. S, SMITH, Proa,
MTCDF01W MATIj TUTBUNK,
Oh, No Wonder He Was
fX GCC,YCW THOUGHT 1 CHASED OHi VEU.HMD OVERD&fOl f f LISTeJ.VILLYouI TJI53 "BARtf- U- i
( M3U ACROCC Tt3 COMTNBMT V QALAWCE I WEED IT. VjfACED H&GOZUEIltSAYs:''houJ . R, V f.
VcT4 UK"?, BUT I VAUT MY I"""-" - "" VV-----. ,w CAW ?" x LEpT I
Ilojiortod by JnckBon County Ab
tract Co., tilxth and Fir BU.
John II. droves vs.-Pnul 0. ik'tihor.
Hhcrlff'ft return of hiiiiiiuoiih.
Alexander McMillan vt, Henry il.
Hnmlor, Loo II. Kamlur, et al. Hhor-
Iff's return or huiiiiiioiih.
Mary I-'. (Jiik et nl. .1. T. Froitch
et al. Uoinilnltil. Affidavit for or
der. Order for publication of muu-
inoitfl. . JJ
I-:. H. piutur vn. J. W. Hwucncy.
i:tntu Jennie (',. Jones,
EUGENE BANK ENJOINS
LANE COUNTY TREASURER
Ft'OHSF, Or., Feb. 'J(J. S. W.
Taylor, county treasurer, was ycctcr
day afternoon enjoined from impos
ing a K'iiiilty on the M'cnud half of
the llir taxes, Hint having been inslt
tutfd bv the Firt National brtnlc ditr
inir the dav. The case is exactly the
sumo as thu one Inst year when thu
bank, acting iu behalf of all of the
people, enjoined tho treasurer att'l
made it possible for the taxpayers
who were unable to raise all of their
tax monev at one time to make two
From JLunfl Trouble
Kckiima'M Altcrntivu liu rvsturcd
to tii'ttltli many urrercr from Iuiik
trouble. Itvutl what It ilia In thin
"C;iillrniru In Jununrx, 11HS, I
nm IttUru llli tirnuirrliaurii of tbr
Iuiik'. Mr ililrlnii. u IrmlliiK irar
tlllunrr, milil thnt It una lunif
IriiiiMr. I kiiI rr rnk. C A.
rjiiliiriilt, r l.liilnritt'K tlrenrl
mrlil Store. llliilnclull. DcIm
rri'oiiiiiiniilril ;-I.inuu Allrralltr
Hint lunl iIiiiip urrHt uimmI, I Itkmii
Oil. nm It ;it onrr, I rimllnuiil fnllli
fult. iilnii mi ntlirr rcim-il. mid
llimlly niill.nl llio i-lrnrliiK of ilic
Iiuih. I linn t.lltr- mi irmililn illli
in I ii ii Hi. I Hri.il) liilli-c llrkmniCa
Allcriilur fcMM-il m life." tAlilirr
lAlllilntltl JAS. Mirnu:.
lirkiiinn'n Mlvrntlvo I mint ulllrn
clmiH in lioH'hlM I'Htnrrh Itiel "
WNi tin "ill hikI Iuiik urfoctloiMl mm
iii-liillulioi I hi' oxtwin fllllllllllB mi
liArinful or IimUI fuimliiK itrui:.
,i-.i-l mi utiklltiut Hiimlt nuu.
II. n-KUlm j.l 1.' I'--II I IhI
Imk ilriiHKlats V.'rlto for liimklct ol
i:t-kiiilili l.ul.orutur). IMillil.li'lplilu.
Price $1 and $2 a bottle.
I'Olt HKNT MjISUKMiANHOUS
FOIt HUNT UtilbtlnB 100x100 or
any part or it. Kormuriy orctipioti
by Korlnolc Veterinnry llutucdy Co.
Dig Pines Lumber Co.
A word to tlioso who nro coming
bnclc. Land for tho past six months
has been hanging at rock bottom
prices. A groat deal of liquidation
baa taken ploco In this time. My bus
iness nlono In the. last bait of this
year has amounted to nearly $100,000
1 ballovo tho last four or tivo deals
I baoy tnttdo ropresont absolutely tho
bottom. Lund with rental vnluo of
$30 an aero will not long romnlu at
$200 ntt ncro. Thoro will bo no boom
but land values will improvo some,
(load roads, Irrigation, Buw-mUl,
box factory, cheap power, sugar
boots, canning factory, goad prices,
satlBflod customers, porfect days.
Hurry, eco Medford first and
J. C. BARNES
lloora 201, Firnt National nank IUdg.
HOUSES FOR RENT
$10.00 510 N. Riverside, 10 rooms, bath and tollot, tonant pay
wator, lot 100 by about 500 foot, runulug back to Dear creok, flno
JtS.OO 230 8, Oakdnlo, seven rooms, bath and tollot, gas, wator
$8.50 112G W. 10th, flvo rooms, tollot, wator paid.
$8.00 -111 S. Front, sovon rooms, buth, water paid.
$8.00110 K, lltn, flvo rooms, bath, wntor paid.
BENNETT INVESTMENT COMPANf
MTCDJfOKD, OKJOTON, IWfDAV, FICBRXTATIY 2fi,
VOll ItlCNT Six room cottage, fur
iiIrIicc (except bedding, linen nntl
Mllvor) wnl'T iialil, I'iU a month.
007 W. llth HI., jihono fiC-J.
FOIt IIDNT Moilorn f urn lh d
liotiBU. 003 W. 2nd. phono 370-W.
roil ItDNT Kino trlctly"odcrn
bungalow, bnm, Inrgo chicken
Itotimi, fili nrron of Iitnd. cloro in.
Call Medford Crcatnary. 2J0
FOIt HUNT Nine room bungalow,
uioiUirn, two baths, stooping
porchcit. good location. Address F.
C, caro Mall Tribune. 201
FOIt ilKNT Six room ftirnlsbcd and
olght room vacant linaso. 310 N.
VOll HALI5 3II.SCR1iljA.M-:onS
FOIt 8ALB 1
70C-U. L. It,
I Wlillo leghorns
all laying. Phone
FOIt SALE To orchard bonds In
Ilogtio Hlver Commercial Orchard
No. 2. Cost JC0O and will noil for
$500. Addrosti M. II. Yates, 922
Kmplro Illdg., Atlanta, Georgia.
FOIt HALF. O vorlnniloxprom
wngon, largo teat, bicycle, good
pack saddle. 305 Portland avenuo.
Mr. W. P. Itaker. 231
TOU'SALI: Oil THADK Two Incti
bators, two tentoil rubber tired
buggy. IL C. Stoltz, phono C21-K.
FOIt SALE Ono Caroy fire-proof
safe in first class condition. Can
pay on installments It desired. Dig
Pines Lumber Co.
FOIt BALK llbodo Inland Itcd eggs,
COc por setting. Phono 407-M.
FOR SALE Flvo acres, well im
proed. P. O. box 285. 295
FOIt SALE Flno Tolous goose eggs.
Phono or nddross W. It. Lamb,
FOR SALE, TRADE OR RENT Att
tomobllo garago and homo com
bined, both or singly. Geo. F.
Dyer, 1114 North Central Ave.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 12 b. p. cn
gtno; 15 Ii. p. boiler, all in running
order, will trade for Ford dar.
Ilrlng on your car and look at tho
engine. Address box 2 I, Jackson
ville, Ore. 307
FOR SALE -Typowiltor. slightly
used Oliver No. 5. Price $10.00.
Address X., caro Mail Tribune. 290
FOR SALE - Dry wood under cover.
Green 'body fir, $4.50 cr cord. Val-
i ley Fuel t'o. 1'lione o,
"OR SALE Young laying hons, pttro
White Leghorns. Call 411-R.
FOR SALE OU UXCIIANOK
Roguo River Valley Fruit Lands.
Dairy, stock, poultry ranchos and
Timber. Colonization Tracts. Rest
all-tho-ycar-round cllmato on coast.
Heoltli Resort. Wonderful Medici
Reaver ltcalty Co., Ashland. Orogoa.
Meet n representative of tho IlttrK
Pros, company in my office. Ho is
soiling lots In tho fast approaching
btialnosB center of Richmond, Cab, a
suburb of San Francisco, Richmond
bits added oor' twenty thousand to
Its population lit tho last ten years,
and Is grow Ins fast today. Tho
Standard Oil RoflnorioB, Tho Pullman
Car Shops, Grettt Pottery Works,
and many tuoro tnctorles, with their
olx hundred thousand dollar monthly
pay roll, are making It grow.
Get Mmu of theso lots on easy pay
ments, and low price, and watch
C. D. HOON
Out of Funds
FOIt BALK IlEAti E3TATK
FOR HALF 1 CO aero ranch with two
nets of buildings and 78 acres In
cultivation. Twonty-flvo acres of
flve-ycar-old fruit treejt. Irriga
tion -water right. Excellent alfalfa
land. Woll located nnd lias deep,
freu noil. Total prlco only $9000,
payable $3000 cash. Ttttny Fc An
drews, 21 OClaniott-Corey Uldg.
fou KAi.t: nonsEs
FOIt SALE House, plnno and fur
nlturo ir taken at once, $390.00.
CI 7 8. Newtown 81. 291
FOIt SALE New flvo room modern
bungalow at a bargain, completely
furnished. All assessments paid to
date. Phono 13-X. 290
FOU SALE Flvo room houso nnd
garago. lot 72xM0, fine trees,
lawn, flowers and berries, all as
sessments paid, $1800.00, easy
terms. Geo. W. Itcercs, 1310 W.
Main St. 298
fok 8AT1R tinrrgtocK
FOR SALE Tired bows and gilts
from prize winning Duroc Jersey
herd, Jackson county fair; also
boars old enough for service and
weanlings. L. II. Houston, ono
rnllo west of Talent, phono 3-F12.
WANTED Friday. 50 stock hogs, 40
to 100 pounds. Will pay 5c. Phone
J. II. Carlton, Central I'oint. 290
WANTED All tho cull apples In
Uogtio river valley. Uaglvy Can
nery, Talent, Ore. 290
WANTED March 1st, by family
without children, a piano for stor
age, lessona neither given nor
tnken. Phono 1SS. 291
WANTED To loaso a good placer
mlno near Medford. Address
Placer, caro Mall Tribune.
WANTED $1000 for ono, two or
throo years. Good security. Ad
dress 1250 IL, caro Mall Tribune.
t -.... i .1
WANtEI) Sltuatloii i by married inan
34, with family, sobor and Indus
trious, experienced in grocery or
general store, farm tools, machin
ery, etc. Wants steady position,
any Job. References. No. 5, enro
Mall Tribune. 291
WANTED Miner or mucker who un
derstand electrical work. Ad
dress G.. caro Mall Tribune 293"
IIKLf WANTED FEMALE
WANTED Reliable help, woman or
girl to do genera! housework on
ranch. Phono Gold Hill 100. 291
FOUND lllcyclo at DeVoo's. Owner
call there for name. 290
TAKEN UP At Four Hundred Ono
ranch, one spotted sow, silt in right
ear, tinder cut In left. Call and
pny for feed and add. 290
LOST Hunch of 3 keys, cornor Main
nnd Fir on 23rd. Please lenvo at
Mail Tribune and recelvo reward.
LOST nuneb of keys Tuesday night,
botween Redmen hall and Tho
Oaks. Ftudur please lenvo at Mall
Tribune and rocolvo reward.
Havo you a good bear
ing orchard, applos
and pears In first
class condition to
match n largo tract ot
South Texas land In
Irrigation district, wat
or pumped from slinl
' , low wolls to Irrigate al
falfa? Orchard of 20
to SO acres is wanted
on this exchange, and
must bo priced right,
Tho Texas land Is In a
developing district, an
nually Increasing In
vnluo and good In qual
ity. ROGUE RIVER LAND CO.
Hoom 107 M. V. & II. Uldg.
Opposite JAmt Offtco
WANTED Position as housekeeper
or at housework. Phono &82. 291
WANTED Odd Jobs, gardening and
taking caro of lawns a specialty.
Phono 740-M. 291
HIO INDIAN RESERVATION TO
OPEN 70,000 acres for settle
mont; fruit, tlmbor, general farm
lands; Fend 25c with this ad to
Wcnatcbeo (Wnsh.) Dally World,
Dcpt. T, for rcllablo data about
MONEY TO LOAN
TO LOAN $500 to loan on cltr nro
pcrty. C. A, McArtbur, phono
3C8 or 120-R. 204
FOR EXCHANGE Modern six room
east side, for homo on west side.
Address P. O. box 312, Medford.
FOR EXCHANGE Clear property
and securtles, $2700, for small
ncrcage. Clark Realty Co., 20C
FOR EXCHANGE 200 aero stock
ranch, Harney county, $7000.00.
Clark Realty Co.
TO TRADE Good SO acres frco soil,
no buildings, 12 miles from town.
Price $1320, encumbrance $300.
Faulty for 1914 auto or cltf pro
perty. Dox G38. Medford.
EXCHANGE Want to sell or buj
anything? U C Rader. 114 N.
Front St. Employment otflco and
rentals. Phono 125. Nutt Sod.
LAIIER AUTO 8PRINQ CO. We
aro operating the largest, oldest
and best equipped plant In the Pa
cific northwest. Uso our springs
when others fail. Sold under guar
antee 2G North Fifteenth St,
PORTER J. NEFF. WM. P. MEALUI
Attorneyo-at-Law. Rooms 8 and
9, Medford National Dank bldg.
A. E. REAME3, LAWYER Garnett
Wm. M. Colvlg. George M. Robert
I COLVIG & ROUERTS. LAWYERS
i Medford National Dank Dulldlng
B. F. MULICEY & GEO. W. CHERRY
Attornoys at Law. Jackson Coun
ty Dank Building.
NEWTON W. DORDEN Attorney at
Law. 232 East Main street.
B. R, CROUCH AsRayer, chemist,
metallurgist. Custom Assay Of
fice. Mall order business solicited.
Prices, gold, $1.00; gold and sil
ver, $1,25; copper, $1.00; gold, sil
ver and copper, $2.00. Mailing en
velopes frco on request. Refer
ence Josephine County Bank.
Rooms 201-203 Hall Bldg., Grants
Pass, Orogon. 33G
- . i. . .I,
DR. A. It. HEDGES. Dr. Louise E.
Hedges Mechano-Thoraptsts, Chiro
practors, Spondylotborplsts. These
systems, Including dietetics, cura
tive gymnastics, bydro-theraphy,
etc., produce results hi both acutt
and chronic diseases. Consulta
tion tree. Over Deuel & Co., cor
ner Main and Bartlett. Hours 9
a. m. to 5 p. m. Othor hours by
appolntmont. Phono 170,
DR. R. J. LOCKWOOD,, Chiropractor,
norvo specialist Rooms 203-204-205.
Garnott-Corey bldg. Vapor
baths and sclentlfla massage given;
noedlo spray, hoad and shoulder
shower in connection; advlco Ic
dlotetlcs, medical gymnastics,
hydroptherapy. Lady attendant.
Phone, otflco 543, resldenco 511-R
Wo aro uore to help peoplo get re
liable, competent help, wo tur
nlsh help In almost all lines ot
business. Wo make a specialty ol
competent men and wives tor
ranches. We solicit your patron
ago. Btttuer's Roal Estate and
Employment Bureau, Rooms 6 and
7 Palm Building, Medford. Phoa
858. Mrs. J. S. Clark, Manager,
Engineer nnd Contractor
FRED ''nOWUUINGS Engineer and
contractor, 404 M. F, & H. Bldg.
Surveys, estimates, Irrigation,
dralnago, orchard uud laud 'Improvement.
DR. W. M. VAN aCOTUO
DR. O. C. VAN HCOYOC
Garnett-Corer Mdg., suit 119
Medford, Ore. Phono SCO.
GAltnAOB Get your premise
cleaned np for the nmmtr. 011
on tho city garbage wagons for
good scrrlco. Phone 274-L. V.
InMnKtton In HbsIo
IIAIGHT MUSIC STUDIO Room
401, Garnctt-Corcy Dldg. Fred Al
ton Halght Piano, Mrs. Florence
Halllday Hnlght, voice Telephone
HELEN N. YOC1CEY Notary PHb
11c. Dring your work to me at the
situ of tho Mall Tribune.
riiycsldans trad oargeoiu
DR. F. O. CAULOW, DR. EVA
MAINS CARLOW Osteoptthle
physicians, 41G-417 Garnett-Corer
bldg., phono 1036-L. Iteeldeae
2G South Laurel BU
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopatale
physicians, 303 Garnett-Corer
building. Phone 904-M.
DR. J. J. EMMENS Physician aafl
surgeon. Practice limited to eye,
ear, nose and throat. Eyea aciea
Uflcally tested and glaseea
piled. Office 228 East Mala St,
Hours 8:30 a. m. to 8 p. m.
E. B. PICKEL, M. D. Office Jack
son County Bank bldg. Of flee
phone 43-R; resldenco phone C8-K,
DR. MARTIN O. DAnDER Physi
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donee 724-J. Office hours 10 te
12, 2 to 6.
DR. 8. A. LOCKWOOD PhyBieUa
MYRTLE 8. LOCKWOOD. li D.
Practice limited to diseases ol
women. Offices 309, 310, 311 M.
F. & II. Bldg. Phones, residence,
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Marks block, hours 1 to 5 p. in.
Phono 1G0. Res, the Dow Hospi
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offices 3 and 4 St. Marks block.
Hours 9 to 12. Phono 1G0. Resi
dence, tho Dow Hospital, Central
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