Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, April 20, 1915, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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('iiiiiiiiii,v wan pliMTil In li IiiiihIh nl'
leeeiwrs 111 Inline , Ciiiii'iitnr'H
binneh nl' Hut United SIiiK'm iliMtiirt
eotut Iikiii litilny. 'I'lli' Hindi dropped
II) iiIii(n mi Ilin Now Yolk Htnck ox
I'hiuiHi. Tim i)oiiiiiuiv iiiliiilltiil Dm inabil
ity In ini'i't 1 11 0 1 ii (linn $.ril(ll)ll,OllO hi
Miull-leim nnli'H iiml Other nliliii
tlium title betueeu now iiml ,Mny 1,
mid (In intuit appointed II. I'. .Muiluc,
pnwiiieul nl' the iMiiiiuiiiy, Mini Jit
enli .f. DieliiiiHiin, former K'eiolury
nl' War, leeolvoiH,
Application I'nr llio reeoivemhip
wit made Iiv llie Amoiieuii Hied
l-'iimiririra I'limimiiy, which him n
claim of f 1 7,0011 tiKitiiiNt the ili'lVni.
nut. A. C. Iliduowuy, vl president
"f the rallunv roiiiptiiiy, Iiml W. I'".
Ilehiin, il general attorney, up.
pemeil in eniiM. AnWoiilijr tn pe
tition, Mr. Kiducuuv Milled thnt n
riecerhii wiik the beM inrmiH of
proleeliiiK ereilitnin, IiiiihIh iiml
Miicl.'lmlilom unit collateral jncreHK
The iiiihvny eoiiipnnv was the Iiiimc
property fur the I'nrmntioii nf the
Hook Mmnt eninpniiv, which N ald
piacticallv to haw tlUnppemeil from
the fiiitiiielil map, mill Hie Chlcngo,
llnV'k Iwliilul f; Pacific Itnllrnad com
pany. The railroad enniiinv (tuned
H.'i pet u( nf the Mock nf the i nil-
way ennipimv, which nctiiullv oper
ated the mini. II him been in the
hand ufn receiver nppniuteil in New
York fr n considerable rind.
DROP ARSON CHARGE
AGAINST SWOBODA
I'AIIIK, Aiiil ai).- French militiiry
niithnritirn hitre decided to ilrop the
charge f m'IIiiii; fire in the Mcnitutr
l.a Tininilini vilnch wn preferred
iiiralu! the iniui known iih Itnyiiininl
Swtilnnln, nay the I'etit I'nnaieno.
Cnptnin llniielinnlnn, the olden tip
pnlnleil tn iiivcHtigulu the rune, ,h
eieilitnl with hn ills' cprccd the
opinion UinL there. ii. not xufficieut
evidence In nliOiiu n conviction nn
thirt ehiirpe. lie Mill facet mi no
ipilnillnii nf oHpinuiige, however.
Swnboda mlmltlrtl nt n preliminary
lionrinu; thnt lit-t real inline wiik Hay
inninl Knlf Seliwiinlt iuuI wan icmocd
yeNtHi'iluv from the Santa piNnn to
the I'iiImih ile Justice, where he was
i v iiiniuil i I'apinin nniiehiinlini.
Waul, in w.itch his fill ehcelv in the
leiir that lie ina ntteinpt Minnie,
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CIIICAdd, Annl lilt. Twenty-two
tnwim nml villiiKO in HliimH vnteil
today mi the (pientum nf nlinliliint
hiiIooiih. CIomi tn I .'ill nalooiH mo
iiiMilveil in the irHiie.
I'mhihitinu leiulers weie eonfiilent
that uninen will prove an important
fnetnr in the liiilloliiij ami thnt nt
Inihl four eoiiutii'H will he ailileil to
the dry eoliiinii.
PRESIDENT OFF TO ATTEND
ASSOCIATED PRESS iANOUET
WAHIIINnTON, April 20. Prci.
ileal Wilhim left heie nt S a. in. Imlay
for New York to attend (ho annual
liniehenii of the - Ankiii'IiiIpiI I'iimh.
OHutn in the piuty were Seeretary
DnnielH, Dr. C. T. Clrayhon, the presi
dent' naval aide, ami Secretary Tu
multy. The president will return to
iiijtlil. STAR SINGS FOR SOLDIERS
trganvrk Grre
, .Mll.s. Srai'Kiieillo Cai'iv, OjMni
- Comlipio HI ir, Who Is HnotliliiK Uio
-Ternirn of AVar by (llvliij? CoiuuuIh
for ('oiivnloMi'viit Hnldlur In 1'nrlx,
APPLEGATE
I'reil I ten edict nnd Tom Ilurrlott
drove In CruntH Pumu Moiulti).
A liirue niiintiur of earn pnioted
ttirniiKli liero Htinday; Tho follow
lim Htnpjied nt Hid creninery: Mr.
mid Mm, lloileii nnd Mr. and Mm.
I'urry of Medford, Huperlntetidetit
Hull nnd A. II. Cornell of (IrnntN Parni
mid t K Tlllon of ,Uhlnnd.
Mr, mid Mm. llerrottH and Allen
I'uriinll nttendeil the play, "My Man
nit I. ady," Klven at Central Point
Tlitimdny nlKlii.
.1, II, llerrlott motored to (irniitx
I'linit I'rlilu).
Mr. Hone nnd dniiKhter and .enter
I. nylon made two Inmlnenn trips to
(IriintH I'anH tho latter pnrt of thin
week.
Mr. nnd Mm. Men nnd dutiKhtorn,
MurKQret, Itutli mid (iertrude, to
fcoth.tr with Mm. I.nnrn Knntxen nnd
Joule Wrlttht, Nietit a fow dny laHt
weik In Central Point vlnttlnK frlendn
mid relative,
Irvln Slicnrer left lat Monday for
Portland where lie will IiIh pnrenta a
vlll.
Minn Mnry A, Mue of Central Point
linH lieon vIiIHiik Iior mother nnd
lirother of thin ronuniinlty.
Mr. Clute linn rtnrted to trnlnlnR
hopN, It ixdiiK about n month enrllor
than Inkt year.
Mr. ntnl Mm. J. P. Well nnd tho
ftrlmol board vlidtetl tlio nrliool lnt
Tlmmday. It wnn decided to main
tnln two yearn IiIkIi xrhool aloac with
the other Krnilex. Stejm were nlxo
Inken t?ecuro tenchorn for tho next
term of school,
Mr. I.vo of Portland In vlsltlnf;
Mr. I'aync.
Joilu WrlKht nnd Oortrtuln Men
nttonded tint piny, "My Mnn nnd
Lndy," which wnn Kln by tho Oro
Kou Htnto unlvemlty nt Central Point
Tlitimdny evening.
A mirprliio inrly wns given lnt
Thumdny ovonlnK in honor of John
0'llrlen'n birthday, (lainen were
plnyoil until ntiout 10 o'cloek nnd
then overybody took pnrt In n candy
pull. Thoim present wero Frank
Knutzen, Tommy nnd fleno Men.
IIiirIi llrown, Kdwnrd Knhll, I.oo
nnd l.anro Offenbnchur. .Intnen nnd'
Henry llnklll, (llenn McDnnluls, Kon
noth llnldwln, Martin Ilnimen, Mar
caret llrown, Alice ninKlnun, lleat
rlco MrKee, IMItli Kulill, nenalo
Head. Thelhin McDnuliil nnd Mr. nnd
Mm. Wheeler nnd Mm. Wright Hpont
Innt I'rldny nt Mm. hnyton'H borne.
Mr. mid Mm. McDnnlel hnd child
ren, Tludmn nnd (llenn, worn op to
tthn Spark plnceon TompHon crook
Untnrdny.
On Sunday. April 25th n nnmhor of
people of tho community have, plan
ned to come nnd clean up tho school
ground. The Indies nro requested
to lirliiR tho lunch and It In hope.d
thnt they wilt not forgot to bring
tho cherries.
I lurry Luy won out from Jnckunn
vlllo Sunday.
Mr. Hoxford purchnRed n now Ford
from tho C. 1J, OntoH' company.
OoorKO nnd Mlnnlo Wnltora, Prod
Offonbachor nnd Mr. Cnmoron vlBlt
od nt tlio Kiiblt homo Sunday,
Mr. nnd Mm, Harold Kulill drovo
a hitnch of homon to Squaw lake Innt
week.
(r. uml Mm. J. A. O'Urlon nnd
.ilauKlitor Ilontrlco woro nt Ituch
Sunilny vIhIHiir nt Mm. A. Throck
morton nnd Mm. C, M. Unch.
Chester Kubll mid wlfo spout a fow
dnyu In Jnoksonvlllo Inst wook.
I?. V. lonn nnd fiuully of Willow
HpriiiKH fpont Sunday wjtli Mrs.
(Hush.
Hhinelio liodgoin Mnyril Inst Sat
urday anil Sunday with hor histor,
Mrn. I'erey Chnpmnn.
Claude Chapnian wan n visitor nt
Hold Hill last Thumduy.
It. I). Ittihrivll of Medford wm out
nt Henj;lo ouo day fast week and ro
turiu'd lioino with his eows.
The Skels Itros. of AkI w
Hhonriifir HheCp nl V. C. Chapnuui'rt
last week.
Tho HnniD Vallov hiisehall team
played Table Hook last Sunday Tho
Kftiilt idood ill) to l'J in favor of Table
lloek, Tho UotnS Valley routers did
not do any (nod.
There wuh a laro crowd nt the
Cliuparral literary lnt Tiiduy nlhl,
There wns n lino prorntit and every
one hnd n pood time.
Iter! Cliiipnfmr mid family of Itca-
kI" kjk'iiI Sunday with .Mr. mid Mrn.
I.tieip).
Thd SamK Valley lianeliull learn in
tends, to play Ihe iioiifdc team next
Siiudil.v on the lleufle yroitniN.
Cliris Wolfe and wife of Medford
motored out into (his vnlle. Sunday.
There are n number of pupils nt
Antionli that intend to take the
eighth Krniln examination next June.
We winli them Hiieeess.
Mr. Monro nnd Lillian Chapman
Mere Sunday afternoon vlnilors at
Itcrt ('hannmi'H.
Then Ohms and family mid Clar
ence Cnne were out riding Sunday in
their automobile.
John Mitchell of the .Meadows
passed through the valley liibt .Mon
day. Reportod by Jnckson County Ab
tract Co., Sixth and Plr Sti.
itenl )jtit Transfer
John I.. Million to Kmina Mill
ion, lot r, Idle l'J, Axhland 1
John W. Miller et u.t to .las.
W. .Miller, land in .ee. 17,
Ip. IKI-lll .. . 10
Meiirnnl Lodge No. SII, I, O.
O. R, to MnrRiiret 11. Da
vis, lot in Odd Fellows' ecin
etery, Mvdford 37
John W. Stabler et ux'to A.
M. Hart, lots in lilk. 1, I.au
relhtimt Add., Medford 1
John Coleman Hayes et ux to
M. A. Aiitry et ux, land in
Ml'. 'J'J.IltJ.'JW. . . . Ill
Kffie I. Taylor to (leorgo
Wallace, lotK in lilk. r7, Cen
tral Point - 10
netici: ov .Mi:irriN
Tho annual meeting of tho Ilomio
Itlvor Co-oporntlvo Fruit Crowom' ns
soclntlon will bo held nt tho offlco
or tho nssoclntlon In Medford, Satur
day. April 21, at 2:30 p, m. Klcctlon
of officer. Members nro requested
to nttend. J. A. PHItltY.
57 President.
netici:
Notlco In hereby Riven that tho
pnrtnemhlp heretofore cxIhIIiir Ik
t,ween John Ilrowuleo nnd (loo. !.
I.lndley of Medford, Orojwn, under
tho firm name of Ilrowuleo nnd Llnd
toy, this 10 day or April, 1015, dis
solved by mutual consent. Tho bus
lues will bo continued by John
Ilrowuleo nnd Ceo, K, Corey, who will
pay nil bill and rolloct all jnonoy.
Dated thin 10 day of April, 101H.
JOHN HUOWNU5K,
Gt OKO. F. Ll.VDLKY.
RTOCKIIOI.DKItS MIJKTINfl
Notlco In horoby Rlvon that tho
roRiilar nnnunl ntoctltng of tho stock
holders of tho Roriio Iltvor Fruit &
Produco association, for tbo election
of directors nnd tho transaction of
such other business as may properly
como before audi mooting, will bo
hold In tho Public Library, Main St..
Medford, OroRou, on tho 11th day
of May, 1015, nt 10:00 o'clock n. m.
HOMJK lUVRIt FUU1T & PKODUCR
ASSOCIATION,
Uy Av C. ALLBN,
A. C. F1KUO, President.
Socrotnry.
Dated Medford, Oregon, April 7tb,
1915.
notiom!
Notlco Is heroby given that tho un
dersigned will apply to tho city coun
cil nt Ita meeting to bo hold April
20,. 1015, for a license to sell malt,
spirituous nnd vinous liquors In
quantities loss than a gallou nt Its
plnco of business on lot 11, block 20,
city of Medford for a porlbd of six
months.
Dated April 10, 1915,
8ULSI1Y & KBNNBDf,
22 North Front St.
rl
FOlt KKNT IIOUNKKKKPING
JtOOMS
FOlTm?NT SiiI(o" of" 2 or 4 "iiou7o
kooplng rooms, furnlshod, lovsur
floor, modern.' 720 Y. 11 (h.
COURT HOUSE NEWS
bCJ
KOIl ItKNT VVUMHllCU ItOOMH
FOIl HKNT Modern furnished
rooms, Tho Cottage, C0 West
lOtli. 4
TIII5 PALM rooms, best rooming
hoiifto In Medford. Price 3Cc nnd
COc. Weekly rntcs. 28
FOIl HALR MTtWTOCK
FOlt SALi: Two months' old mulo
foot plK. nllRlblo to rcRlxtor; one
nnd half miles southeaHt Jackson
ville. P. D. Lolflnnd. 20
FOU "hALH Chenji,' 200 Annorn
Koatn; also home nnd bugRy. Frank
K. Loomln, llrownsborn, or Med
ford II. F. D. 2, IIox 120. 40
FOlt BALK -Duron Jersey SprlnR
plK, both sexes, tho IiIr kind sired
by (lolden NiiKRQt. No. 142,785.
Palmer Investment Co., Modoc
Orchard. 43
FOlt 8ALI2 Two Reed cows,
fresh; also good work mare.
Campbell, phono 311-11.
ono
Jan.
up
FOlt flALK Pair youiij; work horses,
team or single, time It desired.
Phono 317.
FOIl HALK Cheap, apnn of mules,
harness nnd wagon. 32 South Ccn
tral. FOR BALE nEAIi KSTATK
FOlt SALE C room modern, cottnRo.
out buildings. lot 50x140, or will
rent furnished or unfurnished. In
quire of owner, 51S South King
street. 2S
FOlt SALi: Two bouses on fine IiIrIi
lots on paved street; barn: clone
In; also assessment nnd taxes jmld
$1250 for both If taken In 10 day.
Phono 13X. , 29
FOR SALK AcrenRo near tho city nt
special bargain prices. Sco owner.
Phono 374. 1005 K, Main St. 33
Fbll SALK If you want a flno SO
aero farm and fruit ranch near
Kagla Point, Ore., 03 acres being
cultivated, on county roan, an
fenced, flno water, nil nccessury
buildings, seo J. T. Carponter, own
er. 346 N. Ilnrtlett St. 33
FOK SALK 200 ncros with nbout CO
head of cattle; two barns, 5-room
house, to be sold with cattle, or
net: 140.00 per acre. A Onllag-
her, Onn, Orepon. 34
FOK SALK 2 bargains, 1 1-2 ncres
In alfalfa, 4 room house, 4 1-2
miles from Medford, 2 1-2 miles
from Jacksonville Prlco $260.;
4 -room bungalow ono block from
pavoment In Medford, city water
and lights. Prlco $425. For partic
ulars address tho owner, II. K.
Ilowman, Talent, Ore. 23
FOR SALK 40 ncro rnnch, prlco
$500; terms, small cash payment.
Rex 4. Mall Tribune 28
FOR SALK OR TRADK A flvo or
ton-ncro trnct unimproved land 10
miles southeast of Stockton, Calif.
Ono mllo from station. J. II., Matl
Trlbuno. 25
FOB SALE MISCEMiANHOUS
FOR SALK A 5 ft. McCormlck mow
or $10.00. Phono Jncksonvlllo
21F11. , 2t5
FOR SALK At a bargain, thorough
bred S. C. Whlto Leghorn hens
nnd pullets, Wyckoff Htrnln, now
laying bettor than 75 per cent. Tel.
788K1. 20
FOR SALK Seed corn nt Hurmuda
rnnch. Phono 501-J-2.
FOR, SALE Lnrgo, early, homo
grown tomato plants now reaay,
nny quantity. Also egg, poppoc and
othor plants tor aula nt Grocery
Stpros, Public Market and Grocu.-
nouses, jiaauax & uonuey, port
land Avo. Greenhouses, Phono S7R.
44
FOK SALE At 6nco throtiRlibrod
Flemish GInnt rabbits, Angorns,
Pn,'tngontnns and Ilelglnn harps,
Clias. E. Grnham, It. F. D. 3, Uox
10,, Spring St. 20
FOR SALK Tomato plants nbw
ready. C. Carey, phono 1C-F11,
Addmsfi Talent. ,
FOI gALK Four to six oks'oVd
Urtrrod Rock chickens, 35o ench;
also knlo plants, 15o a hundred,
Phono. 3F2, .v, , n 2Q
FOR SALT-: To orchard bondH In
Koguo RIvor Commercial Orchard
No. 2. Cost $000 and will sell for
$500. Address M. U. Yates, 922
Empire llldg., Atlanta, Georgia.
340
HOMICSTE.VUS
UIG INDIAN RESERVATION TO
OPEN 750,000 acres for sottlo
mont; fruit, timber, gonoral rurm
lands: Bend 25q with this nd to
Wenntchoo (Wnsh.) Daily World,
Dopt. T, for rollnblo data about
this rofilon.
r is s y irnFi i- i yiiwirt wv.. w ru i w.r w
. --j. , --
FOK niS.l-tv-HtlV81
FOR ItKNT Completely and nicely
furnished r.-room bungalow, all
conveniences, good location; close
In. Apply 121 Jay St., off So. Oak
dale. 5C
FOR KKNT Furnished 3-room
house at 421 Woodstock. Sco Dr.
Seely or J. W. Ucrrlan. 27
FOR KKNT Ono 8-room rcsldenco;
also furnished housekeeping rooms.
310 N. Ilartlett.
FOR KKNT Modern furnished hotiso
W. H. Kverhard, 1013 W. 9th.
. . Phono 0C7J.
FOR ItKNT Furnished house, 4
rooms, strictly modern. ae olocK
from new federal building. Phono
931L or call at 243 N. Holly St.
WANTK1 1 KiVKlA jA.T KO US
WANTED t tho Depot I foTeri n
Ashland, Mill iny 14c icr pound
for heavy fat chickens. 29
WANTED To hlro good work tenm
with hnrneM for two weeks. Phono
(i. Allder, Ross Lane. 24
WANTED I have a good heavy
team, want work for Mlf and
tenm. See mo at 1111 N. River
side. 24 '
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED Good cook for mining
camp. Address stating full partic
ulars. "W care or Mall Tribune.
MALE HELP WANTED Wanted,
first class miners nt tbo Draden
Mine. Gold Hill, Oregon.
WANTED SITUATIONS
WANTED Caro of orchard by man
who knows how and has good cre
dentials, ilox Orchard, enro Mall
Tribune. , 24
IIUSINKSS OPPORTUNITIES
Foil SALE Dar'bor Shop
for sale. This one chair shop do
ing $125.00 avorago monthly;
electric lights, bath rooms, city
water, in a wet town. $200 cash.
Apply to Richard Anderson, No.
122, Gold IIIU. Oro. 46
FOR 8AI.J3 Rest Paying business
for tho amount invested In Med
ford, best of reason for soiling, act
quick for tills won't laBt. $0500
will handle this, will Invoice nioro
than double tho amount nsked.
Ilox Bargain, caro Mall Tribune.
WANTED TO HUY
WANTED TO BUY 75 milk cows on
ttmo; deferred payments well se
cured. Sleepy Hollow Farm, Gold
Hill, Ore., II. A. Ensign. Manager.
I.OS
LOST A picture study, water color,
autumn scene, botween Dr. Por
ter'n offlco mid Dr. Euunen's offlco
on East Main struct about Satur
day noon. Reward If returned to
vMnll Tribune. Mm. M. E. John
son, Seven Oaks. 25
LOST Trout fly book with flics, on
Medford streets, Or between Med
ford and Elk creek. Return to
Ewlng'a Gun Store. 24
LOST In Medford or between Med
ford and tho Phlpps orchards,
. girl's tan straw hat, Roward It
returned to Trlbuno office, 2G
LOST Gent's gold watch botween
Central Point city limits nnd Seven
Oaks on Gold Hill road. Roward.
8. F. Hathawny, Central Point. 29
IXDST Kit of antomobilo tools near
or In Talent. Emuiott Iiee'sou, Tal
ent. .iC
WHY?
IT IS YOUll HUSINESS TO SEE ME
Becauso my stock In trudovIs to
have optioned nt tho lowest- cash
prlco tho bost buy In this county.
I havo been on tho ground look
ins out for you Xor the past flvo
years. Nearly everyday I have in
vestigated somo "good thing' I havo
eliminated everything excopt- thoso
deals which I nm convinced will se
cure mo satisfied customers.
In a fow hours time I can give you
tho benoflt of this roscarch. It Is my
business to show you ovor tho county
and Introduce you to the possibilities
and opportunities hore. See Med
ford first and
J. C. BARNES
lloom 201, First National lUrnk HldK.
FOIl SALE Oil EXCHANGE
Rogue River Vnlioy Fruit Lands.
Dairy, stock, poultry rauche and
Tlmbor. Colonization Tracts, Best
all-tho-year-rouud cllmato on coast.
Health Resort. Wonderful Medici
ual Springs.
Ueave lUmliy Co., Asblastf, Oretfoa.
.AII.SCI:IiTjANK(US. buhiwbbs iukbotokt
FI8U POLES Rewound, shelacked
and repaired, 60c to $1. Telephone
440J. Poles called for and return
ed!. MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY "TO" LOAN AVIlT loanTrom
$1000 to $5000 upon farming
property. Earl S. Tumy, 210 Gar-nctt-Cory
Illdg.
-
FOIl EXWIAXOH
EXCHANGE Want to aell or buy
anything? U O Rader. 114 N.
Front St. Employment offlco and
rentals. Phone 125. Nuff Bed.
business nmrxTprrr
Aoto Dapplie
LAnER AUTO 8PRINO CO. We
are operating tho largest, oldest
and best equipped plant in the Pa
cific northwest. Use our spring
-when others fall. Sold under guar
antee. 26 North Fifteefita fH.
Portland, Ore.
Attorney
PORTER J. NEFF, WM. P. MBALET
Attorneys-at-Law, Rooms 8 and
9, Medford Notional Bank bldg.
A. E. REAMES, LAWYER Garnett
Corey bldg.
Wm. M. Colrlg, George M. Roberts
COLVIG fc RODERTS. LAWYERS
Medford National Bank Building.
B. F. MULKEY OEO. W. CHERRY
Attorneys at Law. Jackson Coun
ty Bank Building.
CTUropracUa
DR. A. R. HEDGES, Dr. Louise K.
Hedges Mechano-Theraplsts, Chiro
practors, Spondylotberoplats. These
systems. Including dietetics, cura
tive gymnastics, hydro-therapby,
etc., produce results In both acuta
and chronic diseases. Consulta
tion free. Over Deuel ft Co., cor
ner Mala and BartlcU. Hours 9
a. m. to 6 p. m. Other hoars by
appointment. Phone 170.
DR. RJ. LOCJKWOOD,, Chiropractor
nerve specialist Rooms 203-304-205.
Garnott-Corey bldg. Vapot
baths end scientific massage given;
needle spray, bead aud shouldei
shower In connection; advice to
dietetics, medical gymnastics,
hydroptherapy. Lady attendant
Phone, office 643, residence 611-11
Dentists
DR. W. M. VAN SCOYOO
DR. O. C. VAN 8COYOC
Dentists
Garnett-Corey Bldg., salt tit
Vedford. Oro. Pboue S56.
W. H. SPRINGER. DENTIST Of
flco hours 0 to 5. Evenings and
Sunday by appointment. Office M.
F. & H. Bldg. Rcsldonco Phone
153J; Office 319J.
Engineer sad Contractor
raECUMMEfaEngincer'and
contractor, 404 M. F. & II. Bldg.
Surveys, ostlmates, Irrigation,
drainage, orchard and land Im
provement Public StcnogipIier
SARAII Vli '"HENRY, Public Stenog
rnpher. Room 217 Garuott-Coroy
Building, Phono C57-J.
Tnt&sTcni
BADS TRANSFER & 8TORAGE CO
Office 42 North Front St. Pnom
316. Prices right Service guar
anteod.
HEAL KSTATK lMtOKKRS
"Wo havo tho best stock ranch, '
general farming and orchard
propositions that aro offored for
sale in this county. Lowest'
pricos, any sire ranch, best loca-
tlons.
TALK WITH
TUMY & ANDREWS,
210 Garnctt-Corey Blk.
NEW TODAY
Look at my small clqso In homes
of from five to ton acres at from two
to throo thousand dollars. My ranch
es of from two to four hundred acros
at $35.00 per aero. Boar Crook bot
tom two hundred acres nnd less at
$125.00 per aero. Thou tho flno irri
gated rauchos at less than $200 an
ncro. Town properties. Good com
fortablo homos In Medford as low as
$000.00,
C. D. HOON
AMayirttf.
D. R. CROUCH Aissyor, chemist,
metallurgist. Custom Assay Of
fice. Mall order business solicited.
Prices, gold, $1.00; gold KHd sil
ver, $1 26; copper, fl.00; sold, all
ver and copper, $2.00. Mailing ea
vclopcs free on request. Refer
once, Josophlne County Bank.
Rooms 201-203 Hall Btdg., Grahts
Pass, Oregon. 334
Employment Agency
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY We wish
everybody to know that the Old Re
liable Blttner Real Estate add Em
ployment agency, will get your
help, find you employment, rent
your house or sell your land. Mrs.
J. 8. Clark, manager successor.
Rooms C and 7, Palm Bldg., Med
ford, Ore.
EMPLOYMENT Rentals and Land
Agency. If you want help, want to
rent a house or buy any real estate
call on Wynkoop & Co., Room 9,
Palm Block, Phone 330R. Auction
Saturdays. If you haTe anytnlBg
to sell, see us about it.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Mrs.
Ruth Smith, Room 216 Garnett
Corey Bldg., Phone 182. See ma
It you wairt help or are in search
of employment.
GM
GARBAGE Get Tear BrassitM
cleaned up for Um iiaawr. Colt
on the city garbage wage let
good service. Fbote 374-L. 7.
Y. Allea.
butraette ta atwtfe
HAIGIIT MUSIC STUDIO Rooa
401f Garaett-Corey Bldg. Fred Al
ton Halght Piano, Mrs. Flereaee
Halllday Halght, voice. Telephone
63-W.
Sotmrf PaMM
HELEN N. YOCKEY NoUry pnsv
He Bring your work to sae at tae
sign or toe Mall Trtnuaa.
d
Pkye4cuuM ana. femgeo
DR. F. O. CARLOW, DR. RVA
MAINS CAKLOW 0teeptMe
physicians, 416-417 Gaett-Uorey
bldg., phone 103 6-L.' Iiid89e
26 South Laurel 8L
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopathia
physicians, 303 Garaett-Cerey
building. Phono 904-Ji.
DR. J. J. EMMENS Phylclaa and
surgeon. Practice limit-.;; to eye,
ear, nose and throat. Eyes scien
tifically tested and glasses we
piled. Oculist and Aurlst for S. P.
R. R. Co. Offices M. F. ft 11. Co.
Bldg., opposite P, O, Pboa'C87.
E. B. PICKEL, M. D. Offlee Jms
son County Bank bldg. Offles
phone 43-R; residence pnoae 68-K.
DR. MARTIN O. BARBKR Physt
clan and surgeon. Office Pala
block, opposite Nash Hotel. Hours
10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phone 11U-J.
DR. R. W. CLANGY Physician eke"
surgeon. Phones, office 36, resi
dence 724-J. Office hours 10 te
13, 2 to 6.
DR. S. A. LOCKWOOD
DR. MYRTLE S. LOCKWOOD
Physicians and surgeons. Offlee
309-310-311. M. F. ft 11. Bldg.
Phones rcsldenco, 814-J2; offlee.
814.
DR. LYDIA S. DOW Osteopathie
physician, practice limited te oh
stotrlcs and diseases of women and
children. Offices 3 and 4, St.
Marks block, hours 1 to 5 p. n.
Phone 160. Res, the Dow Hospi
tal, Central Point. . "
DR. MCM. M. DOW Physician and
surgeon, obstetrics and surgery,
offices 3 and 4 St. Marks block,
Hours 0 to 12, Phone 160. Resi
dence, the Dow Hospital, Central
Point.
Printer mma PuUUabin
UEDFORD PRINTING CO, has tae
best equipped printing offlee I
southern Oregon; book blndlig,
loose leaf ledgers, billing systesM,
etc Portland pries. 1 Nert
Ftr Ht
Shoe Repairing
BHOE REPAIRING Firs elaas
repairing, on atodera. .
machines while tou watt. : Jl.t
Bldea, located iaXlad's se4
Phone 3 13 J,
Typewriters um MweeUes,
TYPEWniTfilU
New Remington, Smith Premie
and Monarch, typewtltls. uMtsyf
and subtraeHng maehlnes, .relmfll
maehlnes let easli 'Or eeey f
ent. Maeaiaea tor' rest, rilsvatst
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