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OSCAR AND ADOLPH
AT THEIR GAY PRANKS
OF CITY QUARTERS
To tho Editer:
With your kind Indulgence, I
would llko to answer tlu editorial
In the Morning Sun of June 3rd,
, hemlud "No time Tor a new city hnll."
BWojiOy our osteumod editor has
liillilbed too much war news of late,
nnd' thorny 'forgotten Ills editorial
,of ,!nn. 10th In which ho counsels
progroMlon to tho limit; nnd asks
"tire we to go forward or are wo to
go backward?" Ho nlso says that
"municipal administration Is largely
n, matter of business, u person who
hns inailo u success of running tho
Now, whnt Is business? Dcflno Its
fundamental principle, please. Ib It
not tlila, to huy when tho market Is
low, nnd Roll whon teh ninrket Is
high? Today wo can reconstruct tho
olLv hnll for nt leant 2ft percent lets
than It could hnvtf beon done In (ho
pant. The host skilled mechanics
nro anxiously offering themselves at
the prusont time nt nominal wnges.
hut In the near future that name skill
rnn rominnnd from 25 to 50 per cont
Is this rlty council composed of
successful hiislness men, tojio the
Judge of whnt Is neded for the proper
and ndcnjinto Housing of tho clty'o
business, or Is our esteemed editor
the only one capable of deciding whnt
ls.nnd what Is not needful? You say
''the present city hnll hns answered
flvery jiurposo In the past"; you seem
to ho unawaro oNthe fart that In
Win pnst tho city hnll helng Innd'
quale for nil purposes, outside room
had to he secured nnd cost tho rlty
In the neighborhood of $000 per year
This administration In "willing to
do," nnd Is doing whnt every citizen
in his private business Is endeavor
ing to do nnniely, "conflno our ex
penditures to Imperative necessities."
An enlarged city hall Is an nhsnluto
necessity and now Is the tlmo to so
mire It while labor and material can
ho secured at. a minimum. Thero
..- tliousandn of dollars worth of
valilnhlo papers, documents of all
kinds, that money cannot replace;
nnd these must ho ncccsnblo nt any
moment without undue waste of
time; and, besides tills, they must he
safely housed nt tho present time
they nrc not.
, . , . I. will .ropnat again that tho fun
damental principle of business Is, to
contract for things when pricoti nro
low and pay for thorn whon money Is
plentiful, any five or ton yenrs bunco,
with n very low rnto of Inlerost which
would bo nbottt one-tenth of a mill
on our taxes iter annum.
Lust v.ir we saved tho taxpayers
$20, noil, which enabled us to lower
the taxes one nnd sovon-tenths mills,
and I know wo will do better than
Hint till year. Do wo not merit n
dtjoent, rosportublo place in which to
conduct the city business? Our pres
ent nunrlors nro a disgrace to nny
progressive city, (limits Pass nnd
Ashland ouch have a city hall which
Is u credit to their city. Ours Is a
disgrace, and It Is n shnmo to com
pel cldeily people to climb up nnd
down u sleep stulrcnso to transnet
business. Our nffleos should be on
the ground floor, convenient and ac
rnstdhle for nil ages nnd stages.
F V MEDYNSKI.
Mfdmrd, Ore, June Ith. 191',.'
TAKING A BATH
ASHLAND, June 4 Henry
ThompHon died hero esterdnv as the
rosult of being si aided whllo tak
ing u treatment for rehuinntlsni nt
the Melanin baths ubout a week ago.
No blame attnehos to the employeos
of the establishment, ImiHiuuch as
Mr. Thompson was waiting upon
himself as was his habit, ho apparent
ly not noodlng an attendant. It Is
thought ho was ovorcoino to the ox
tent of not being nblo to make un
outcry. Wheu dUcoversd, scalding
wntr was running over his pros
trate body In tho bathtub. Ho was
removed to the hospital where his In
juries were found to bo serious if
not daimrou8 from the start.
Ths deceased was a former resident
f Cannon Falls, Minn., and oame
Uw soma time ago Ho was a r-
UrM capitalist, hnvlag real oatate in
VftsAmvtUtf harftuboHts. He was about
At years of aa and a widower.
Notle la hsniby glra that the u
lirymal U1 apply to the cit conn
all t Ha awaits to b held June K.
1U. If ItoasM to sell malt, si-lr-iMoss
and rlsoMs Uoaors la quanti
ties low Ism a gallos at Its place of
IMIiiIssm m Jot It. Mock 41. eity of
MMfortf MUll JMusry 1. lt
f HMXAKB HOTEL CO.
Haled June 4th, 115.
SCALDED TO DEATH
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V F0UReAFS CLOVER J W. WIFE I lOST ' AJIT NN'FeJ) C,
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I'KTKnaitAI), June -I. ltii.!nn
Iroops mi the fronts to the north uml
wohl of Hie fort less of Prcnivf.)
evneunleil their positions Wednesday
night niter nil the war inuterinl
taken from the Austriniis hint been
removed, according to nn ofl'ieinl
slnloiuont issued lust night by the
Itiis.siiin general Muff.
it i- explained thai After the cap
ture of .Inroslnii uml Rndymno by tlio
Atistro-deriiinti force tliey begun to
spread nlong the went bank of the
Snn, making the defense of Pi'zemysl
n difficult task. The lliiHsiuim eon
lend they icalircd from the first that
I'rzemyxl wns inenpalile of defending
itself nnd they remained there only as
long iik il served Iheir purpose. The
positions occupied uroiind l'lzcinvsl
extended the Russian front by ubout
twelty-fonr mile, nnd tho troops oe
eupying them were e.pos,l to n eon
eentrnted artillery fire. Tlie text of
the eommuuieutioii follows ;
"We euiried nwuy from I'rzemyxl
the materials lukeu from the Atistri
uiii. This finished, we removed on
Tuesday the lust of our ImtterioH. The
following night our troops, pursuant
lo ordern, evueiiuled the forts to the
not th and wot of the positions stir
roiindine; the eity nnd formed u more
concentrated force to the oust.
"Attack deliveied by the enemy on
Monday between I'rxemynl and the
Dnomtor were repulsed.
"In the regions beyond the Dniester
the eiieiuy, eoiieuutrutiug importunt
foreo. in Hie town of Stry, succeeded
in udvnneing on the Tisinenitzu-Stry
front. They siistnined gieut loson,
however, leaving n tlioiisnnd piixoii
ers in the eonrse of our eounter-nt-tncks.
"OiU Hie Swit.n-I,oinnitn front
Monday we pressed (be enemy on the
llMiea and sue'-es-fullv repulsed
Ik'eeeul evitmiiititiou of orchards
which weie spra.d with iireniile of
lend liefore or during Hie rainv mt-
lod ol the past lew weeks shows the
fruit surfaces to he almost or iputc
free from Hie poison. The cool, dump
weather has also ictaided the activ
ity mid development of the codling
moth, so Hint the greatest damage
Iroiu "worm" may be expected with
in the next few weeks. To prevent
this injury, another nrseiiMte of lead
spmy nt the nile of four pound to
HID gallon shoiilJ be applied us soon
.Scab bus also been unusually act
ive dnnir (lie damp weather, and
there is still sufficient moisture on
the triiit urfiiee during the night to
induce spore germination. Infested
orchards should therefore he sprayed
again with lime-Nulphur at the rate
of 'lxi gallons of the stock solution
to Kill gallons of water, or with at
omic sulphur nt the rale of 'J pounds
to 00 gallons of water. It i well to
use the sttino nmterial a whs applied
in the last scab spray. These materi-1
his may bo combined with the arsen
Hreut care should be exercised to
prevent dienehiiuf the tiee, since
bnriung is iuoih likely to result from
neb practice, especially wheu lime
sulphur and lead nrscnute are ued
in eomhinatimi. Also avoid spraying
wheu the la i iuteiielv hot.
M. l. HKNIlKltSON,
Plant Pathologist, .link-on eiaiuty.
Southern l'aiiric stock rar ar be
ing iDd up here b the srorea, for
fumigation iuriK A meciiaskal
siraer does ike business. The roll
Isi stock la beiuc goltea raullHoaa
for Miessiv lausrstai hssloaoa.
J K Urlbble, of the forest service.
was in town Wednesday on buslnesstrado nnd looking up opportunities
pertaining to his office. Specifically
he wanted to know tho exact area of
the state game preserves In this lo
cality, and whnt portion of them are
included within the limits or tho Ash
Miss Kloy Cnmbers Is on tho way
homo from a year's teaching In the
schools nt Itlverton, Utnh, having
stopped at San Francisco to see teh
exposition nnd visit relatives.
II. F. McCrary of Siskiyou Is erect-
lugn building which will servo tho
purpose of a hotel nnd restnurnnt at
that summit station. Although crip
pled nnd using n crutcll, Mr. Mc
Crary Is doing cxtenslvo Improvement
work on his homestead In'tlint local
ity, taken up over n quarter of n
century ngo. He prides hlniHolf on
n fine gnrdon nnd last year raised
prlzo cabbages, the largest of which
weighed 2S pounds, with none weigh
ing less than nine pounds.
Publicity Mnnnger Duryen of the
Commercial club has lensed the
Storey resldenco on (Irnulto street,
now owned by M. W. Harbor. Ho will
have offices In the Ashland Improve
ment Co's. block, upstairs, tho rooms
hnvlnr been lately vacated by Dr.
Miss Alary Orlgsby of San Diego,
sister of Mrs. II. O. I'urucker accom
panied by Miss Hester Proctor, wero
visitors nt the Puruckor homo early
In tho week, leaving for southern
California Wednesday evening. They
cnnio to Ashlnnd from Pendleton.
Miss Procter Is the daughter of A.
Pholmcstor Procter, tho noted sculp
tor. Kills Nenl, son or Mr. nnd Mrs.
I.eandnr Nell,' and Miss Irene llnr
rett, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmes
Barrett, wero recently married nt
Yreka. For the time being they nre
stopping with Mr, nnd Mrs. ICtmn
Nell nt their rnnch east of this city.
Hov. J. W. Knott, of niondule, for
merly of Loill, Wis., whero ho was
Presbyterian pastor, has been this
week renewing the acquaintances In
tho family of W. W. Caldwell, who
used to live at the same Wisconsin
Mrs. T. W. Hill nnd her dnughter
Mrs. Stuart McKlssock, have both
been seriously III nt tho family home,
110 Allda street. Mr. McKlssock Is
In Portland In the employ of the Pa
cific Telephone mid Tolegrnph com
Preliminary to shipping fruits In
season, early vegetables nre now be
ing forwarded extensively by parcels
post, quite u lot being sout to Silver
I.nko and ndjncent territory.
Hoy Cambers Is now a full fledged
forest ranger, having received his
commission n few days ago. Ills first
assignment will bo In tho Fish Lake
Mrs. W. W. Caldwell has return
ed from a visit to San Francisco ex
position. The Caldwell family In the
near futiirn contemplate n visit to
the old homo surroundings at I.odl,
Miss Kdnn Dahufr was the victim
Tuesday afternoon of an nutomobllo
acoldent, having beon run down by
a car at a sttoet crossing, lly n
mliucle she oscaped dangerous Injury.
Charles Voghto 1ms iccontly been
on a business trip to Klamath Falls.
A quartet of boy scouts Killing
Schuermnn, Domino Provost, Francis
Winter and Hunnj Mownt hnvo gone
Into early camping qunitora In tho
vicinity of Wagner Springs.
John Campbell of Myrtle Creek, n
former resident bore, has beon In
tflwn of lute on a business mission
and renewing tho acquaintance of a
number of Ashland's Wisconsin col
ony. Harry Andrews Is receiving a visit
from a brother now living In tho
L Willamette, who made this vicinity
his home about twenty years ago.
Italpb Salsbury and Fred Sohunr
man, recent klgji sohool gradi, have
Invaded the harvest fields and are
rounding up big jobs at hay cutting,
not only on loeol ranches but also
have been pitching alfalfa In Stskl
ou county territory as far south as
llllt and Hornbroek.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dickey are now
at home, 4S Allison street, beta
greeted by a host of friends. The
bride was a termer teacher, ha flag
bea ewpUjrwl up
vlrtully of Vail.
U.Mr IIakJ ui llu. Irul .i,l
Idaa MorlatlM. kukeaiest M
-" W-. W. . . W.. .. -
the mad of late iMtertlewlag tnjo UT In Tj
for tho extension of tho fruit traffic
Into new territory.
lllnlno Kluin of Medford nnd Sec
retary Morris of the ronnnerclnl club,
tripped tho light fnntnstlc tire to
wards Siskiyou Wednesday and mndn
It, the car behaving splendidly over
tho now roadway. They selected nn
appropriate site for Ashland's gigan
tic sign nt n spot enslly seen from
both highway nnd railroad. It Is
planned to erect nuothor sign In the
vicinity or Tolo. Dig lettering will
also be visible on the roof ot Siski
you's now hotel.
Portland papers schedule tho now
train to begin June 1ft, lonvlng that
city ot 12:110 p. m. and San Fran
cisco nt 11:40 p. in. In which event
It would pnss through Ashland, south'
bound nbout 40 n. in., nnd north-
l.nnn.l iil.mit 7 .. in Tin.,, f li'iinm
uu ","v ' ,".""( """" """7
uro merely ap.roxln.no and not o M -
iu;, iiiiiniiiui;ii tin iiiu infill uuicu
don't know un thing ubout It.
Roportod by Jackson County At
tract Co., Sixth nnd Fir Sts.
Heal Estate TiansfeiM
Julio Hndeluinii to (leorge 0.
Jurvis et iix, part of block II,
(.V'olidge udditioii, Ashlnnd f
Wjlliam Lewis et ux to II. II.
Croft, -1(1 acre of 1 1. L. C.
nr.:io-2Wv t .. -
II. II. Orol't et u lo lleiijumiu
' Croft, sn'iue
I.illie V. Hurelif.el ir to C. M.
Winy, lot iiiMshlnnd ..
Hlzcnia It. Cluruii lo flleuii 0.
Taylor, laud in see. Ill-IM-
Osenr .Iidiiisou et u.v to .lidin
Cailsou, land in set
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned wllj apply to the city coun
cil o fthe city of Medford, Oregon, nt
their next regular meeting on Juno
IB, 10 IB, for n llrouse to sell spirit
oils, vinous mid malt liquors at retail
nt his place of business nt No. 17.
South Front street In said city until
January 1st, 1010.
Dated Juno 2, 1915.
O. M. BELIIY.
CITY TREASURER'S NOTICE
Office of the City Treasurer. Med
ford. Oregon, Juno 1, III IB,
Notice Is hereby given that there
are funds on hand In tho City Treas
ury for the ledumptlon of Improve
ments Ponds numbered 0:7 mid G38,
dated July 1, 1011.
Interest on tho above named bonds
will cense at the next semi-annual In
terest paying period, July 1, 10 IB.
(IPS II. SAMUELS.
Gt City Treasurer.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
William S Crowoll, Plaintiff, vs.
Mary II. Daggett. George II Daggett,
and F. O. Muthlsou, dofonduuts.
lly virtue of nn execution and mi
order of sale duly Issued out or the
Ciiuult Court or tho County ot Jack
son, and Statr or Oregon, mid to mo
directed, dated the. 10th day or May.
10 IB, In a certain foreclosure suit
therein, wherein William S. Ciowell
us plaintiff, did on the loth day of
May, 10 lft, recover Judgment nnd de
cree against the defendants Mat II.
Daggett and (leorge II. Daggett for
the sum of $0011.33 with Interest
thoreon from the' rendition or said
judgment, to-wit, the said 10th day
ot May, 191 "i. nt tho rate or 8 per
cent per annum and the further sum
of $30.1(1 cost and disbursements
which said Judgment und decree Is
of record In volume 'i'i of the Jour
nal of said court; and secun-d do-
rree against the defundant, F (i
Notice is hereby given that In olie -
dlence to said execution and oider
of sale, I will, on Saturday the 20th
day of June. 1015, ut the hour of
ton o'clock In the forenoon of said
day ut the front door of the Court
House In Jacksonville, Jackson Coun
ty, Oregon, offer for sale and will
sell at public suction to the blithest
bidder for cash, subject to redeuin
tlou as provided by law. all of thejeuro me satisfied oustomors,
right, title aim interest that (be de- jna (ow iuun Ume , g-vt yo
ivauunia iiwrin nun on ih uhiv ui
the mortgage mentioned In said fore
closure suit, or have since acquired
Im and to the following described real
nrarty. situated and belni lu (he
1 eoHtly la the.CeuBly t Jack sen, gute of Oregon,
IHMHK lot no ll ( (. ll. iMcieit-s
"TRTllTrx -E7l D
. a . ,fc..l . -!,..
g. of It 2 W
run S. 0 dog. 04' Knst on West lino
of said claim, 2B80 ft., Uionco N. 89
dug. nn' Knst 12 (55 ft. to tho point
of beg'milng; thence X. 0 dog. 04' W.,
248. 0 f ot; thonco N. S9 deg. fit' 10.,
170.0 ft., thence N. 0 dog. 04 ,
4f!0.0 feet; thonco .V. SO (leg. RiV K.,
4H7.0 feet to draw; thonco S. 20 dog.
SB w, 27 feet in draw; thonco S.
B2 deg. U,' W., 1S8.0 feet In draw,
thence S till deg. 0ft' W., 8 ft feet In
draw; thence N. 82 dog. tft V.. lift 0
foot In draw; thence S. 1ft deg. 0
W. ft 1.0 feet In draw; thenco H. 21
deg. 30 K. 12.1.0 feet In draw; thenco
. iun is V H, m,l.r Ml'l 111 Wilt 11 t IIIUIIVT)
S. (in deg. o' W.. 230.0 feot In draw:
I thonco S. lift deg. .10' W.. 12.0 feet
In draw; thence S. 8 deg. 0.T E.
2411.0 feet In drnw to road; thence
S. 8!i deg. ftft' W .185.0 feet In drnw
to the point of beginning, contain
ing 0.18 ncrei.
Also lot No. 1 (1. H. Daggett's
Orchards, described na follews:
From a stonn monument nt tho X.
W. corner of I). L. C. No. 07 In Tp
37 H. of H. 2 W., W. M. run S. 83
' "" '... 1 CI on said Pinilll
. i to ,trn it m x ..
line to the point or beginning;
, 8 .,-. K 35fl fppt 0
it..... ,!....... i3 si .!... n M iiin it
. .. ., -.. V, tt . m. ... n... n
leei; iiienre a. .i: uok. ii ., iiiiu.n
jfeet; thence N. 0 deg. 01' W.. 1200.0
feet to tin point or beginning, con
taining to. II ucrei,
I All or tho n.iovn described real
i property will bo sold nt said tlmo and
j place In tho manner provided by law
i ror tno sale or real properly minor
l execution to satisfy tho Judgment
nuovo Btutoti, togeiucr wuu costs una
tho accruing costs of this sale,
W. II. SINOLER,
Sheriff of Jackson County. Oregon,
lly E. W. WILSON, Deputy.
FOK RENT MISCELLANEOUS
Coroy Hldg., fronting on Orupo
St. Aire most desirable offices,
reasonable. Rest of m.rvlfo, L.
L. Cnthcart, Room 310, Phono
FOR RENT no room furnished ho
tel. Address R, enro Mall Tribune.
FOR RENT ft. room bungalow and
n t-rooni furnished flat. Phono
52 ML 7.10 West I Ith St.
FOR RENT Six room houso,
strictly modern, closo In, cast front
nice lawn, garden nnd flowers.
KonHonablo to desirable tenant.
PhonoJI72R or 325M.
FOR SALE REAIj KSTATH
FOli SALE Or lrader"smiUr nuich
good soil, a bargain If taken at
ouro. Address U, Mull Tribune.
FOR SALE Nlco bungnlow, all fur
nished complete, Including a good
upright piano; modern, except bath
all for 11000, or loss. ll9 W.
0th street. GO
FOR BAL1C MlhCKMiA.MCOUH
FOK SALE Alfalfa, rut slum the
rain, $1) per ton. Phone ft:iyJ4. 07
FOR SALE Pie cheirles In public
market Saturday. Phono No, 21-F-l.1,
JackMoutllle, Oro. ";i
FOR SALE 5-pusseiiKOi' Ford nt
reavounblo itrlco, run between 1000
mid 5 duo miles. 3.1 10 Apple St. 04
FOR SALIC--One two-horso oulttvu
tor. spring tooth hairow, steel lever
harrow, five tooth cultivator, sur
rey nnd set of woik harness. J.
It. T. Mall Trillium.
FOK SALE Family refrigerator,
51x31 Inches or might exchange
for Oregon cooler. 507J3. 07
FOR SALE Choice wheat und oats
bay, mixed, at $1X per ton deliver
ed. Phone S07J3. 07
FOR SALE -Strawberries
ulug. Phono 28KB.
07 for 8ALIC--One bed davenport and
book ease. dlnliiK room table, china
closet mid other household articles,
23 North Orange
IT-IK YOl'lt III llVIViS TO HKC Ml?
I . . . .
"CCi"0 my slock In trade is to
1 have optioned nt tho lowest cash
.price tho host buy In this county,
, , ,... bmill ., fIlu L.rn , u.
Ing out for you ror the past flvo
years. Noarly ovoryday J have in
vestigated some "good thing." I have
eliminated ovorythlng except thoso
deals which I am convinced will se-
,,,,, - , ..
.MV UVIt.lH wi iqivuivn
It Is my
busluuea to show )oii over the county
and Intiodueo you to the possibilities
and opportunities here. See Md
ford .first and
J. C. BARNES
Room iTOl, I-lit Natiouul lUuk Hldg.
FOIl 8AMV liiricatOCK
FOK SALE Horse, ngo 7, weight
IfiftO, sound nnd gentle, $1110 00
cash. Phone "78.1, evenings. Oft
FOK SALE At sacrifice, large mule
tonnii can bo seen et Core's Inrae
pasture, 2 miles northeast of cit.i
Kosu Orchard, phono ri!)7-.l-".l, (15 1..
FOK SALE Ono lnrgn Duroo
boar. In fine condition, price reas
onable. Apply to Daniel Luddlng-
ton. Mndden'H much ono nnd one-
half mllo west of Central Point.
FOK SALE Young horse, half cash.
matin ii.. evenings.
FOK SAf.E Horses nnd unties, gimps
Tor quick Halo. O. E. Ontea.
FOK SALE Puro bred, Rod Polled
bull calf! nnrn bred tluroe Jursev '
spring pigs; polo mountain buggy, j
good ns now. l'nlmcr Investment I
Co., Modoc Orchnrd
lIEIl' WANTED MALE
miners at llraden mine, Oold Hill,
WANTED First class minora for
contract work at llraden mine,
Jlold Hill, Oregon.
WANTED Vacuum clonnlng, city or
country. Hnvo high power gag
machine Work guaranteed. A.
C. Iluson, Phono 02 BY. OS
WANTED Mint'Rl.liAR ROUS
WANTED Slock to pnstilre. .Too
Crolno rnnch, Route 4, Medford. 07
ru-i it: ' i,7iJS.v-arm;
MONEY TO 1OAN
MONi:Y TO LOAN Hnvo $2500 to
lonn upon farming proporty. E. 8.
Tinny, 210 Onrnett-Corey Illdg.
-V-J-lf- T- r r " -1
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANOE
Will trade 1ft acres of Improved
orchard land with largo dwelling
nnd outbuildings located In Santa
Clara valley, California, for farm
ing property with buildings in
Rogue river valley. Total price
I8B00. E. 8. Tuiuy, 210 Onrnett
FOR EXCHANOE 110 acres three
fourtliH mile to Lebanon, Ore., Linn
county. No buildings; ovory root
In cultivation; one-third crop deliv
ered to warehouse nt Lebanon; a
fine piece or laud. Price $11,000
mortgage $54 to. excbnmte euultv
of $BBG0 for small Improved tract
close In or house mid lot freo from
Incumbrance. Mnln & Armentroiit,
Orants l'nss, Ore. G5
LOST Friday morning, small purse
containing $10 or $12. Return to
Mali Tribune nnd receive reward.
DR. A. It. HEDGES, Dr. Loulso K,
Hodges Mechnuo-Ttioraplsts, Chiro
practors, SpondylothoraplstB. Those
systoms, Including dietetics, cura
tive gymnnstlcs, 'hydro-tlieraptiy,
etc., produco results In both acuts
and chronic dlseuuos. Consulta
tion free. Over Detiol ft Co., cor
ner Main and Ilartlott. Hours 9
a, in. to B p. in. Otbor hours b;
sppolntmout. Phono 170.
DR. R. J. LOCKWOOI),, Chiropractor
nerve specialist Rooms 20P-304-20S.
(larnett-Coroy bldg. Vapoi
baths mid scientific massage given,
noodlo spray, head and sbouldoi
shower lu connection; advlco In
dietetics, medical gymnastics,
hydroptborapy. Lady attendant
Phono, ofllco C43, residence ft 11-11
HELEN N. YOCKEY NoUrypub
He. Drlng your work to mo at th
sign of the Mull Tribune.
Ml?A7 'FAlTl A V
llJO T T 1 JUi I
I have 19 acres of flue )ouug lem
ons itaitty Intersot with ikjhoIios,
ubiiudaure or water lu cement pipes
to each tree row, close to Riveralde.
IT, tulles from Los Angeles, In tho
muter of the greatest eltrus belt of
the world Party means husluesa nnd
offers to trade it for a general farm
or stock i snob hero. Vha. have you
worth $l?,o0 to offer?
A daud cloae in eniner 100x100.
with pavement on tfco sides, fwllv
paid hh; 14 mww bouse. fwriilahQd
which pays aood returns oh tho PflQi'
ashed It la rer lew. only $1100.
C. D. HOON
POKTEK J. NEFF, WM. P. MHALWI
Attorneys-nt-Law, Rooms 8 nnd
v, Moarord National Dank bldg.
t7ToIA' E' HEAMES, LAWYKlt Uarnott
Jersoy I Corov bide.
i Win. M. Colvlg, Ocoigo M. Itoborts
j COLVIO & ROI1EKTS, LAWYERS
I Medford National Dank llulldlmr.
U. I. MULKBY ft GEO. W. OHEKKT
Attorneys nt Lnvr. Jackson Coun
u uuuk muiuing,
! LAIIER AUTO BPRINQ CO. W
kro operating tho largoit, oldest
and best cnulnnod t.lnnt. In tho Pa.
clflc uorthwest. Uso our springs
whon others fall. Sold under guar
antoo. 2G North Fifteenth Bt,,
Engineer nnd Contractor
FRED NrcUMMINas-.EnKlnoer and
contractor, 404 M. F. & 11. nidg.
Survoys, estimates, Irrigation,
dralnago, orchard and land Im
DR. W. M. VAN SCO TOO
DR. O. O. VAN UCOYOU
Oarnott-Coroy Dldg-., suite III
Medford, Oro. Phouo 8G0.
EMPLOYMENT AQENCY Wo Vlah
everybody to know that tho Old Re
liable lllttnor Real Estate nnd Em
ployment agency, will get your
help, find you employmout, rent
your houso or soil your laud. Mrs,
J. 3. Clark, manager successor.
Rooms G and 7, Palm Dldg., Med
QARUAUE Oct your promises
cloauod up for the summer. Call
on tho city garbage wagons for
good sorvlco. Phouo 274-L. F,
Instruction In Simla
HAIOHT MUSIC STUDIO Room
401, Uarnett-Coroy Dldg. Fred Al
ton llulght PIuuo, Mrs. Florence
llnlllday llalght, voice. Phone
Pliyeslriiina aue. mirgooBS
DR. V. O. OARLOW, DR. EVA
MAINS CARLOW Osteopathia
physicians, 41C-417 Oarnett-Corey
bldg., phono 103 U-U lUsldeneo
2G South Iaurol St.
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopath!
phyulctaus, 303 Oarnott-Corey
building. Phono 904-M.
DR. J. J, EMMEN8 Physician sad
surgeon. Practlco limited to oye,
ear, novo and throat. Eyes scien
tifically tested and glatues sup
plied. Oculist and Aurlst for S. P.
R. R. Co. Offices M. F. ft II. Co.
Dldg., opposite P. O. Phono CG7.
13. D. I'ICKEL, M. D. Office Jack
son County Hank bldg. Offlea
phono 43-K; roslduuco phone 68-14,
DR. R. wToLANOY Physician ana
surgeon. Phonos, offlco 30, rest
douco 721-J. Offlco hours 10 to
13, 2 to 6.
DR. S. A. LOCICWOOD
DR. MYRTLE 8. LOCICWOOD
Physicians and surgeons. Office
300-310-311, M. F. & II. Hldg.
Phoues ruBldouco, S14-J2: offlco,
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Priuters nun rubllsliera
UEDFORD PRINTINO CO. has the
host equlppod printing offlco la
southern Oregon; book binding,
loose leaf ledgers, billing systems,
etc Portland prices. 27 Norta
'SHOE REPAIRING First class she
I ropalrlug, on modern electrli
machines wbllo you wait. E. N.
Illdon. located in Kidd's Shoe Store,
EADS TRANSFER ft STORAOB CO,
Office 43 North Front St. Phoue
316. Prices right. Service guar
Typewriter und Supplies.
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIER
Isow Remington, Smith Premier
and Monarch typewriting, uddtng
nnd subtracting machines, rebuilt
mnohlnoH for cash or easy pay
monta. Muohlnos for rent, ribbons,
and supplies of nil kinds, a'.mple re
pairs free ot titurg;;. llonur S.
Dennett, 10 Quiucn St., phoa?