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AT THEIR GAY PRANKS
OSCAR AND ADOLPH
MEDFORD WMTj TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREGON, "WEDNESDAY, ,TXTNE 0, 1015
ASHLAND M VICINITY
V V 'ia
Hnrolil Simpson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. T. II. Kunpon, nnd n hiirh school
graduate of tin present year, lias
entcttMl the employ of the First Na
tional nml wilt learn the banking
business from the ground floor up.
Recently the cashier of the institu
tion, .). W. McCoy made a requisi
tion upon G. A. Briscoe, Hiipcrinten
(leut of1 the eily schools, fotMt .voting
iiKiii who, in the mlperihtoitdujfit't
opinion, would fill the hill. Mr. Rtis
ooe .submitted three names JV 'Uio
hank's consideration, the choice full
ing upoit llKrnld.
George C.vostor, who for sonic time
pasl has boon living in the viefnity of
Aberdeen, Wash., returned to Ash
land with hit fnniily early in the week
nnd will remain here indefinitely with
his parents, Mr. and 'Mrs, M. F. Oy
estor. At the Closo of business .Tune fi,
there reimiiuud in the park nnd im
provement fund of the mineral
springs development project it bal
ance of $41,.ri:i.."i4 opt of an originul
nppropriution of .f7.",0nn. Among nv
cent heavy expenses have been $.1000
sot aside for pulilicity purposes and
$11(100 placed in u trust fund to be
used exclusively for erect injf a .suit
nhlc nieifioriitl to the donors of it .'on
erous Intel toward' the park system.
Ashland' I? iletenuliiptl to see the
liberty hull, 'even ifjl arrives as earlv
as 1 o'clock in the morning. To this
end, Homer Jlillings says he will be
one of ."ill!) early risers in order to
get a gliinpxo.of the nrk of the cov
enant. The train will have to stop
awhile here, anyway, and further
represcntutions will he mride to the
bell's custodians in behalf of exhib
iting here. It will arrive duly 10. A
big booster meeting may be planned
to keep the orowd ttwake till 1 a. in.
"Wo have with us this evening,"
was the wording of the preamble in
which .Worm J. Duryea, late of Kit
gene, was introduced to Ashland
Lithiuns as their' newly appointed
publicity manager, he having nssuin
dc those duties June 1. The occas
ion was a regular meeting of the
Commercial club Monday night.
Tersely and to the point, Mr. Duryea
outlined the status of his position
here and in n most optimistic vein re
viewed the measures which confront
ed Ashland in its purpose to be plac
ed on the map as it resort center. To
this end he was ready to devote all
bis energies and simply uskj) the
hearty co-operation of one and all in
the big undertaking of making. ttbe
mineral springs project and its allied
fealnU's of parks, camping grounds
and scenic drives, an unipuilified suc
cess. II. O. Frohbuch, curator of the
southern Oregon tri-eonnty exhibit in
the state building at the Knu Fran
cisco exposition, arrived home Tues
day morning for a brief stav on bus
iness nint tern connected with Ash
laud's display at the big fair.
Mi. V, 0. Dicker-on is a prospec
tive purchaser of a brand new Ford
car, mid consequently is being coach
ed in the running of the same by
chauffeur from the local Ford
J. M. Heaver is a vacation visitor
with the family of licit Ilarr, a
rancher living in the vicinity of Wal
king Mrs. Ilarr being his daughter.
He wan taken over into the Little Ap
plogato section last Saturday after
noon by liis brother, A. M. Heaver,
avIioso ear made a record spin both
going and returning.
Ashland will not formally celebrate
the Fourth of July, but at a meeting
of the Commercial club Monday eve
ning the subject of u good old-fashioned
observance of the day for all
such ns do not care to go abroad to
celebrate, was discussed, the plan
being recuived most favorably. L. S.
Drown. F. II. Walker and II. 0. Ku
dos were appointed a committee to
further the movement.
Six new member were duly recciv
od nnd acknowledged as member of
the Commercial eluh at its last meet
ing. Among the number was Maine
Khun of Medford. The members now
number 37fi. Committees were. ap
pointed on about every phase of work
in which the nrganissutiou is einidoy
uil, except applying heroic remedies in
the treatment of delinquent-, nit in
tricate matter which wits delegated
to the trustees.
Itev. II. J. Van Fo-en, superin
tendent of the Klamath di-triet,
MclhodUt church jurisdiction, left
for the north Monday eveniug. lie
will go as far n- Portland and may
oxtead the trip to Seattle.
The Loyal Mooe of Ilornbrook are
preparing for a jollification on June
12, an event which will attract quite
iiumbor from the local oigitnun
tiou ueioalioaN. ,
George Gatt is here for a vacation
spell, due to ill health. He has been
at work in the vicinity of Weed, in
the center of the lumber industry.
If titer i anv jdatfurm in Uu
lown upuu winch the teneU f ')''
tiaji unity are exwnplifiwl, it i in
tmiiMW'tuiM with the broad principles
enunciated by lit Siio-hiu soci
ety. When oOier orgnnimttioiw halt
and faltffr tttw Sunshine followiug
jpiae forth and aeeompltshet some.
lbittc. and nttfw i a deaf ear turned
to a e4jr W), '''" wbrip
f ounoiHiUtan, beiuy w4 up of
Methodtsts, Rpiseopnliaiis, Congrega
tionalists, Chrisian Scientists, Hap
tists, Seventh Day Adventists, Fres
byterians, Hrethren, (Catholics, Sptr
itunlistH and others. During the past
year it disbursed nearly .flKI.'i, with
receipts, including balance, a trifle
over thai amount. Mrs. Ida third is
president: Mrs. Louise Frecberg,
vice-president; Mi's.' Marv Wilshire,
secretary; Mrs. Jessie lloudeau,
In going to Itichmond, Cal Ill the
employ of a branch of the Oakland
Polytechnic college, Professor J. II.
Hardy, who left here recently, again
becomes identified with tthe institu
tion front which he graduated and in
which he was a fonner instructor.
Hert Turner, in the employ of
Wells-Fargo as extra helper during
the wanii season, sees to the icing of
perishable stuff out of Ashland
southbound. His run is indefinite,
sometimes extending as far as Wed
ding. A thousand men volunteered Wed
nesday morning of this week to work
on the scenic drives elevated nliove
the Plaza, u spontaneous movement
which will be duly featured in picture
films being piepared by A. C. Allen.
Perhaps the number was not 1000,
but it was fonnidahle.
ALONG ROGUE RIVER
MIhh Mary Hobertson of tho Heeco
creek hcIiooI passed tho eighth grade
examination held Inst month.
Oeorgo Croft went to tho valley
Mrs. George Wccka went to Hnglo
Point Friday. Iler Hlstont, Mm, Haz
el Scnrfl and Miss Freda Lcuho, have
boon hor guests.
F. HenHon autoed out Tuotulny ev
ening nftor .Mr. Saegcr to help hint
on hl ranch,
Mrs. DiivIh and daughter of Med
ford are tho gucnta of tho SlitHser
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jasper Hnnnah worn
Central Point vlsltora tho lust of tho
John Fry returned from tho valloy
Mum Kiiln Houston closed tho
spring term ot school In the Loug
nranch district Friday.
Stove Smith attended u blrthdny
dinner nt his slstor's. Mrs. Abbott's,
Sams Valloy Sunday.
Mr. Hobertson and son, John, nre
In eastern Oregon looking for homo
to suit thorn.
Clinrloa Pettlgrow started to school
In tho Heeco Creek district tho fall
of 1010 nnd has boon neither absent
nor tardy during tho five yonrs school
In tho district. Ho Is 12 years' old
and linn just completed tho sixth
CharlM Skyminn and wife, wont to
tho valloy Monday. Thoy will visit
the Pnnainn exposition for tho next
Hon Pottlgrow was rocontly mar
ried at Yrokn. California. Mrs. Pot
tlgrow camo hoio from Los Angeles.
Wo extend to thoin a welcome nnd
wlah thorn a happy Journoy through
MIssob Jnnlo. Polly and Hattlo
Johnson are siting In Central Point.
The farmers sooni to have difficul
ty In selling their fat Routs, as pro
pie aro prejudiced against thorn. The
goat liven tho same as tho door and
the deor Is considered a delicacy.
Mrs. Theo (llass and her mothor,
Mrs. Morris Case, were trading In
Central Point Tuesday.
Jasper Hodgers, the Heaulo mer
chant, made soveral trips to the val
ley towns this weuk.
Hoy Stacy of Ileaglo Is gone to
Texas with tho McCrolght brothers.
They started overland this week with
their auto. Tlio other member of
the faintly started from Medford by
William Louts, the sheep man. and
Krand He Ford wore oallera at the
Chapman ranch this week.
The Table Rock eorreapflndent wm
misinformed In regard to Claude
Chapman's rattle that he anld. He
bought them from tWIereiit nartica
la thia valley. If eattle'are our
to ralw as that la tbia mtiUta jovt
, . ; , .
Informant must havo got the figures
minced. Ho ought to havo said
twenty-four hundred Instead of
Mr. Polrce of Kngle Point, deputy
assessor, was doing business In An
tloch this week.
J. O. Martin of Medford was look
ing after his business Interests in
Antloch this week.
Mr. Fraloy was a business visitor
In Central Point Saturday.
Mr. Welch of Ashland, a veterinary,
wns looking after the rnrmors horsos
In this section this week, doing den-1
tnl work for tho horses.
OoKfir llmltrnra nt oltniiln wna In i
Cenlrnl Point Snturdny with n fine
load of stove wood.
The danco at the homo of Mr.
Mooro Saturday night wns a good
one. Young people were thore from
other sections ot tho valloy and all
of them enjoyed themselves.
Mr. atl Mrs. Hob Mooro of Med
ford were visiting tho home folks
Saturday and Sunday.
Hube Mooro and Miss Lillian Chap
man were visitors nt the homo of
John HlKhnin Sundny.
Mrs. Theo. Class, Mrs. Jesslo Class
and Mrs. Klhort Class were visiting
Mrs. W. C. Chapmnn Thursday even
ing. Frank Do Ford returned homo Snt
urdaw. Frank Is n good sheep slionr
er and has been shearing the Louis
bunch of sheep near Central Point.
Miss Stella Armstrong who hns
been Buffering with n brokon arm,
had to go to Crants Pass this week
nnd have her nrm rebroken nml reset
as she could not ubo her hand.
If men bad tho malting or tho
woatlter what a mix up thero would
Pearl llean nnd fnniily hnvo moved
to the property of Mr. Hlgginbothnm
In Klines Creek district.
Numerous real estate dealers havo
been In this locality showing several
traota of land which are on tho mar
ket. In those vornnl seasons or the year
when the air is calm and ploasnnt It
wero nn Injury nml Hiillenness against
nature not to go out nnd see her
richos, nml pnrtako In hor rejoicing
with hoaven and earth.
C. W. Clarke nnd family of Talent
woro visiting O. W. Kennody of this
Mrs. Oeorgo nTylor nnd daughter
loft Wednesday for San Francisco
nnd Oakland. While In California
they will visit Mlas Amy Hlnohart and
enjoy tho fair for sovonil months,
Uvory lady can glvo somebody n
pieco of her mind but she will miss
It If alio dooe.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Trader of Med
ford wero Sunday dlnnor gnosta or
Colonel Mima loft Monday for
Portland to attend the rose fostlvnl.
On his way ho will remain snvernt
days In Albany.
No other days nre llko tho days
In Juno. They stand on the summit
of the year.
Mr. and Mrs. Canby or Orantfl
Pas onjoyed a visit with It. W. Kl
dun nnd family Sundny. Mrs. Canby
and Mrs. Klden wero friend In New
Friday Mr. nnd Mr. John Slaty nnd
Frank McKee attended tho wedding
or Miss J.'ora Ileobo, now Mrs. Hoy
The Misses Helen and Lonh Parker
and Karl Grant wero luncheon guoats
or Miss McNassor Saturday.
Mrs. Frost or Phoenix vlsltod Mrs.
W. A. Thompson tho latter part or
tho weok and Sundny they spent with
Mrs. Thompson's mother In Phoenix.
Mls Teasll Neal is enjoying hor
vacation In Portland. She loft Mon
day morning and will visit rolativoa
and the roso festival.
The grange picnic was an event ot
the summer, although many of tho
members wefe busy in the huy I labia
and other occupations quite Import
ant at that time, yet a large number
enjoyed the festivities. The well fill
ed lunch baskets, tho lemonade, the
coffee and outdoor aporta mado the
day complete. Tb.- !-iuall game be
tween the older and you:.." r Hnyg was
thrilling and eauaol much werii.-icnt.
TUe aeore was to elusq it really
would be a ahamv to glvo ollbar aide
Ulll I RIM QDDIM0Q
VV II II ill I 1 It)
more praise than tho other. Mr. Hull
and Mr. Kolser of Medford nddrcssod
tho plcnlcera on tho subject of "Hoy
Scouts," and In tho near future a
company will bo organized nnd Prank
Thonipklns wns chosen scout master.
The day finished with another great
success for tho grange. Saturday ev
ening tho meeting will be held nt tho
school liottiio and wo will bo enter
tained 1iy the Agate grange.
Pearl and Halph Peyton spent the
dav nt the Krskiue home Tuesday
Ora Ditsworlh ciune home Tuesday
to spend the summer vneation.
Mr. Vuughfi purehiised some new
farm machinery and wire fencing
while in Medford, nnd he and his son
Hoy have been hauling the new ma
chinery home (luring the past week.
Miss Mnrgarel Mansfield is spend
ing the Hummer months at home.
Miss Aikens' school nt Prospect
closed .Vny J8. .Miss Aikens expects
to travel for sonic time nml will visit
relatives in the east,
Lucius Kineaid and Winer Dawson
came homo Wednesday front Klamnth
county. Lucius has now gone to his
station at Hcssiu Hock.
Mr. and Mr.s. Irwin nml Mrs. Lowe
motored to Medford Wednesday nnd
Mr. and-Mrs. Kelso nnd (Iriiudma
McKee spent Wednesday with Mr.
and Mrs. T. II. Higiubotbam.
M'nrkery Krskiue spent Tuesday
night with Ilu Lytic.
T. H. Higinhnthuni transacted bus
iness at the power plant Sunday.
Tuesday was the twenty-eighth
wedding unuiveivary of Mr. and Mrs.
T. M. Peelor, so Mr-. Hlanchard in
vited the Sunday school to come in
the evening to the Pcclor home and
surprise Mr. nnd Mr. Peelor nnd
learn songs in the new song book-.
Twenty of the neighbors arrived
about together, but their coming was
not mi entire surprise. The evening
was spent in singing, games and var
ious mirth-provoking stunts. Liuht
refreshments were served and the
guests remained till after midnight,
which was dissapating considerably
for some of the older people. Mr.
nml Mrs. Pcclor received several
gilts and ninny good wishes.
Hert Higiubothuui nml family spent
tlhe week end visiting ul John Alien'-.
Frank Ditsworlh. returned from the
The Mansfield hoys ami llnrr."
Welsh took Sundny supper with the
The Sunday aehool picnic waa very
well attended and was quite enjoy
able. Strawberry time is a good time
to huvo picnic dinner.
Mr. ami Mrs. Kineaid spent the day
with Mr. and Mrs. Moouey Saturduy.
I. F. Ditsworlh, Sr., has gone to
the valley for sevenil day-.
The inn ilea rrier says we have not
told that he lias (he now comfortable
rig on tho route again, so we ben'
make mention of that fact and will
refrain from further eomment on the
Oscar Higiiibotbani and llidicil
Coffinan, who hpent several days at
Mr. Higinbotham's left Thursday for
their respective homo.
Mi- llu L.i Ilu is spending several
days visiting friends at the (lordon
Mr. and Mrs, Glass mid babv and
Mis Gordon, all of Sums Valley,
oiiiiie up in u car Sumhn and
brought Violet Vuughaii home.
fl. W. Kineaid went to the valley
the first of this week on business.
The W. ('. T. V. met Snturdi. with
Mm. W. V.. Peyton. The ri.mii de
cided to M-lpone the medal content
hecuu-c of many difficulties which
arise at the present time. It will
probably be held this fall, intead of
July L After the meeting Mrs. Pey
ton tyiid duughtor sVvoil snndwii'bee
strawberries and cake.
. Notice Is heroby given thut the un
derHlmiod will apply to the city coun
cil at Its meeting to Ik held June IS,
1015. for n license to sell malt, spir
ituous and vinous liquors In quanti
ties lota than a gallon at Ha place of
bualneaa on lot 10, block U. city or
Medford until January I, 1310.
HOLLAND HOTrJL CO.
Dated June Uh, HUB.
Owing to our extensive country
business, we havo discontinued our
city sorvlco except In a case of a call
for sickness. Our offlco Is moved to
tho Crater Lake Motor Car compnny'a
enrage where all country culls will bo
attended to promptly. Our chntif
feurs aro competent nnd prices mod
ernte. An Informntlon burenu will bo kept
nt our offlco during tho Crater Lake
season for tho boneflt of tho travel
HALL TAXI CO.
Tho undersigned will leave Kaglo
Point post office, with tho mall every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7
o'clock a. m. and the return tho snmo
daya leaving Medford at fi: 30 a. in.
for Kaglo Point. Hates tor passen
gers reasonable. S. II. IIAHNISII
I'igle Point, Oregon
l-'OH HUNT FUlCMSiirct) UOO.M.H
FOirilKNT HoomiTforrent'm' M rs.
W. T. York's, 120 Laurel St. US
FOK lUSTi rtmtticp
FOlVpENT -To desirable party.rully
fuiiilrihed modern home, close In,
for summer or longer. Phono 317.
FOR HUNT Close In house, six
rooms and bath, on S. Central;
plenty shade nml lawn, Ono 2
roomed house, fine for bachelora'
FOR RENT Modern soven-rooni
dwelling, all conveniences, lawn,
shade trees. On street car line,
East Medford. See G. It. Llndley
at Jackson County Hank. GN
FOR RENT Furnished house strict
ly modem 4 nice rooms, closo to
business center. Owner cures for
lawn. Phono 031-1,.
FOR RENT fi-room bungalow ami
a 1-room rurnlshod flnt. Phono
D21-H, 730 West lltli St.
FOR RENT Six room houso,
strictly modern, closo In, cast front
nlco Inwn; garden nnd flowers,
Rcnsouablo to deslrablo tenant.
Phono 372R or 325M.
FOK RENT MISUrXliANlSOUS
ply E. II. French, 22 I lose avenue.
Phono 730-K. 00
FOR RENT Store room In Garnott
Corey Hldg., fronting on Grnpu
St. Also most desirable otflcos,
reasonable. Host of sorvlco. L.
L. Cnthcnrt, Room 310, Phono
FOR RENT 30 room furnished ho
tel, Address It, care Mali Trlbimo.
FOK HALIC KKAIi KSTATH
FORALEfU'Juior aiiiall ranch
godd soil, a bargain If tnkon nt
once. Addross 0, Mull Tribune.
FOR SALE MIKCRMjANISOUS
FOK SALE -Grain hay In the field,
$8 and 1 0 per ton. C. W. Isaacs.
FOR SALKAlfaira hay $12.00 per
ton, delivered. Phone, Jackson
ville. UI-F-ll. 70
FOR SALE--One llorrlek rofrlgorat
or and 1 loonier kitchen cabinet.
A28 East Main St. 72
FOR SALE Contract on Mendol
slion player piano, nt great dis
count. Phone 380-M. 08
FOR SALE Cnntrlfiignl pump, 8
Inch stream, with all collections
and some extra pipe; will Irrlgato
100 acres. This pump will draw
sand, gravel or water. Phone
0S1-L or cull at 200 W, Main.
FOR SALE Alfalfa and wild oats
hay, baled or loose, Phono 201 JO.
I have ID acres of flue young (oni
ons partly Interact with poachos,
abundance or water in cement plpca
to each tree row, close to Riverside,
-15 miles from Los Angeles, in tho
center of the greatest citrus belt of
tho world. Party means business and
offers to trade It for a general farm
or stock ranch hero. Wha- havo you
worth SIS.OOO to orfer?
A dam!) close In corner 100x100,
with pavement op tro sides, fullv
paid up; 1 1 room house, furnished,
wbleh pays lood returns on tho prlre
aakod. It la very low, only $1000,
C. D. HOON
irOK HAliK MtSCi:t,LAM;oU3 HUS1KK8S DIUKOTOItT
FOR 8ALK Plo cherries In public
market Saturday. Phono No. 21-l-'-in,
Jacksonville, Ore. "3
FOK SALIC Ono electric fan, ono
oak dining room table, $12.50;
china cloBet. 23 N. Orange, phono
roil HAM liirESTtiOK
FOR SALK Jorsy cow, gives about
II quarts a day; tests Glii. 838
West Second. 00
FOR SALE Threo months heifer
calf; one dozen Wyandotte hens.
13(1 Portland nvo. 70
FOR SALE A row Jumbo Helglnn
hares ami Flemish giant rabbits at
n bargain. C, E. Graham, H. F. I).
3, llox 10, Spring St. 00
FOR SALE Good horse, 10 years
old. Wrlto E. I mil, R. F. 1). 2.
Contra! Point, Ore. 70
FOR SALE Young horse, hnlt cash.
Phono 1I8X evenings,
FOR SALE Horses nnd mules, snaps
for quick sitlo. C. E. dates.
FOR SALE Pure bred, Red Pollod
bull calf; pure bred Duroc Jersey
spring pigs; polo mountnln buggy,
good ns new. Palmer Investment
Co., Modoc Orchard.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WANTED Housekeeper, middle
aged lady preferred. tOSfi West
Tenth street. 70
HELP WANTICll MALE
JuiTTiT ELJWaTED El rst'ci ns s
miners at Hrndon mine, Gold Hill,
WANTED First clnss minora for
contract work nt Hrndon mine,
Gold Hill, OroRon.
WANTED Vncnuin clenning, city or
country. Hnvo high power gns
machine. Work guaranteed. A.
C. Huson, Phono 02BYJ C8
WA NT E I nCliiid'nin jo board?" 1m
tween it nnd 10 years old; nlco
home In the country. Inqulro llltt
uer Employment office or phono
mAiri8TATlFOR EXCHANGE -Will
trade 100-ucre stock ranch In
northern California, with good
bulldlnga and partly cultivated to
wheat and alfalfa, valued at $0,
KOI), clear or eucumhrniico, for 20
or mure acres of alfalfa laud with
or without buildings, near Med
ford, and pay small cash differ
ence ir necessary. E. S. Tinny, 210
DR. A. R. HEDGES, Dr. Louise K,
Hodges Mechnno-Theraplsts, Chiro
practors, SpondylothoraplBts. Tlieat
systems, Including dietetics, cura
tlvo gynitiaBtlcB, hydro-thoraphy,
etc., produce rosultu In both acute
and chronic diseases. Consulta
tion free. Over Douel & Co., cor
nor Main and Bartlc'.t. Hours V
a. m. to G p. m. Other hours b
appolntmont. Phono 170.
DR. R. J. LOCICWOOD,, Chiropractor
nerve specialist Rooms 20R-204
200. Ournott-Coroy bldg. Vnpoi
baths ami scientific massage glvon,
needle spray, head and ahouldot
shower in connection; advlco to
dletotlcs, medical gymnastics,
hydroptharnpy. Lady attendant
Phone, ofHco 643, realdotico 611-H
HeTNnTyoC IC EY- Not a ry p u l
Ho. Bring your work to mo at tm
srn of tho Mall Tribune
IT IS YOl'K mIMS TO SEE Mli
Uecauso my stock in trado Is to
havo optioned at tho lowest cash
prlco tho host buy In this county.
I have been on tnu ground look
ing out for you for tho past flvo
years. Neurly ovoryday I hnvo In
vostlgntod somo "good thing." I have
eliminated everything except thoso
deals which 1 am convinced will se
cure me satisfied oiiHtouiors.
In & fow hours time I can glvo you
tho benefit or this research. It is my
business to show you over tho county
ami Introdueo you to the possibilities
and opportunities here. Seo Med
ford first and
J. C. BARNES
HiHHii t-'Ol, Plot National 'lliwiU Hldg,
FOOTER J. NEFF, WM. r. MHALBT
Attorneya-at-Law, Rooms 8 and
9, Medford National Uauk bldg.
A. H. REAME8, LAWYER Oarnott
Wm. M. Colvlg, Oeorgo M. Roberta
COLVIQ & ROBERTS. LAWYER!!
Medford National Uank Dulldlng.
n. F. MULKBY & OEO. W. CHERRY
Attorneys ut Law. Jackson Coun
ty Bank Utilldlng,
LAJIER AUTO BPRINQ CO. Wa
aro operating tho largest, oldest
and best equipped plant In tho Pa
clflo northwe-t. Use our sprlnga
when others tall. Sold under guar
antee. 2G North Fifteenth St.,
Engineer nn Contractor
contractor, 404 M. F. & H. Hldg.
Survoys, estimates, Irrigation,
drainage, orchard and land Im
DR. W. M. VAN 8COTOO
DR. O. O. VAN BCOYOQ
Gsrnott-Coroy Dldg., auUe 111
Uedford, Oro. Phono SCO.
EMPLOYMENT AQENCY Wo Wish
everybody to know that tho Old Ro
llablo Hlttnor Real Estnto and Em
ployment agency, will got your
help, find you employment, ront
your houso or sol! your land. Mrs,
J. S, Clark, mnnngor successor.
RooniB 0 nml 7, Pnlm Bldg., Med
OARHAOB Oct your uromlsea
clonnod up for tho summer. Call
on tho city gnrhago wagons for
good servico, Phone 274-L. T,
Instruction In Siufllc
HAIOHT MUSIC STUDIO Room
401. Garnott-Corey Uldg. Frod Al
ton Halght Piano, Mrs. Florence
Hnllldny llalght, voice. Phono
Pliyeslcians ana. ourgooas
DR. F. O. OARLOW, DR. EVA
MAINS OARLOW Osteopathia
physicians, 410-417 Gnrnett-Corsy
bldg., phono 1030-L. IUsldenea
20 tiouth Laurel St.
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopathia
physicians, 303 Garnett-Corey
building. Phono 004-M.
DR. J. J. EMMKNB Physlclaa aad
surgeon. Practlco limited to eye,
ear, novo and throat. Eyes scien
tifically testod nnd glasses sup
plied. Oculist nnd Aurlst for S. F.
R. R. Co. Offices M. F. & II. Co.
Uldg., opposite P. O. Phono CC7.
E. D. PICICBL, M. D. Office Jack,
aon County Uauk bldg. Office
phono 43-R; restJonco phone 6H-K,
DR.R. wToLANOy I'hyslclan and
surgeon. Phones, ottlce 36, resi
dence 724-J. Office hours 10 ta
12, 2 to D.
DR. 8. A. LOCKWOOD
DR. MYRTLE 8. LOCKWOOD
Physicians and surgeons. Office
309-310-311, M. F. & II. Uldg.
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Prlntern nun ruliUbhera
UEDFORD PRLNTINO CO. has the
best oqttlpped printing office la
southern Oregon; book binding,
loose leaf ledgera, billing systems,
etc. Portland urlcea. a 7 North
SHOE REPAIRING First class shor
repairing, on tnodorn electrta
machines whllo you wait. E. N.
Blden, located In Kldd'a Bhoa Store,
EAD3 TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.
Offloo 43 North Front St. Phoaa
316, Prices right. Sonrice guar
Typewriter una Supplier.
HemliiKton, Smith Premier
and Monarch typewriting, adding
and subtracting machines, rebuilt
machines for cash or oasy pay
ments. Machine for rent, ribbons
nnd Bupplloa of all kinds, slmplo re
pairs treo of charge. Roger S,
Dennett, 10 Quince St., poos
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