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OLD NICODEMUS NIMBLE AT THE FRONT
Charles Edward Russell Shows Why
Germany Can Feed Herself and
Profoiitj War- Indefinitely Striift
ijle Financed by Paper Money In
creased Acreage In Foodstuffs.
SITEttFOTtD fomj TRTUUNHJ, MTCDFORD, OREGON, SATCRDAT, .ITTA 3, 1015
HY ClIAItLF.K HOWARD HCSSKLL,
(N'nted nowspifpoj- editor find econ
omic!, who Ims just returned from
I lip wnr one.)
OoriiHiny isn't bring starved.
A gronl many persons in tho Unit
ed States unit eNowhero think he i,
lull Unit is merely one of the prie
hiilueinntioiis about the wnr. So fttr
ni sfnrvliif? i" concerned, we enn
withhold the ready tenr. (loniumy
isn't 'being1 sinned iiml eaii'l he.
The food that liefoie the war (lor
inany wan in the hahit of importing
.wasn't imported of slieer necessity,
lint for convenience and pmfits.
Can Food llciclf
(iormuny ean feed herself. If von
could ent off everv pound of food
supplier from abroad yon could not
starve (loniumy so long as the Her
man farm wns on the job. It grows
everything newnrv to Mistuin tho
(leniian people. What it doesn't grow
they ean y.ct along without.
This year the prodtiee of the Her
man farm will probably exceed nil
records. It was supposed bv Home
persons, mostly of the type of the
ovcr-iingnino and ill-informed Un
ion, that so many men had gone to
the war that (lormnnv would he nn
uble this year to plant her crop; or
ir partly diluted, theie would be no
liody to harvest them. That was an
All the women were left at home;
aUo the boys and the old men. In
ordinary tinier those did about four
fifths of the farm work, so what was
the diffoioueo AUo the d remain,'
ones forgot the prisoner of war.
What was lucking otherwise when
iuod time emuo around those handily
Xocr I,ookoil So llloonilng
The result i an increased aereae,
nii'd fiornmny never looked so bloom
ing. People have turned their door
yard and waste spaces' into vogo
iable gardens. Kveryhodv that has
any land is growing Koniething to eat
potatoes, cabbages or carrots.
Tim groin harvest, of oouro, is
nuol her matter. The labor usually
imiMirted from I(nsin will be missed
u little when that time ooinos, but
there an more tlinu a million prison
er of war in fleriunny, and they will
got in the harvest.
The cost of food has risen, that is
true, about .". per cent; but it will
not line nnv more. The government
has attended to that. It has taken
over control of the staple supplies
and blocked the speculator,
Hnrl.v in the winter the government
issued an order that all bicad must
contain a ceitain pereontnge of po
tato flour, and thin was taken cl.'
whoro to mean a shortage of wheat
and a muii of impending 'limine. As
a mutter of fact, the government was
only playing safety for the army. t
wan determined that it should have
nu flMiral supply of bread for the
soldier, and o it eonerod the
wheat supply against the next har
vest. r5UMioiieo bun linwu thnl un
der pioarul conditions one wheal
hnnv-lluir will Inst until the next,
that tlitnv is no longer the least dan
goi' of inadequate supply.
I'luiinced liy I'aiKir .Money
A grout many person have asked
me how a nation like Hermany, with
h colossal and hourly mounting debt,
with no foreign commerce and liltht
hindues outside of war, euu tinanee
hemelf and these enormous opera
tions, cotiug between een and
eight million doliui u du.
We used to think that there could
be no more wrti bromine the cost
would ho prohibitive; the I'inaneior
would never lend flip money to carry
Iheiri on. Heboid one more deception
goue ghmmomwjr. The financiers bnve
nothing to do with it. fiermanv fin
ances her war on ier money pa
ing absolutely at pur, backed bv all
the credit of all the einpiic. all its re
souice, tiud all it iwoplc, and a
good B gold. S far anvoiie can
ee now she can eoatinue to timinr
hir war in the same wuv indentiiteK
She is piling up hu ulmt im u
eeivubk tleht, but is oTvlmd 'K
in this insane coiiflitH, uud -h . li.
in the 4eUl and mtiii fight out- .tc,
Sh already all br railroad
antl ha tkrai paid far; he .wu .
lot ofr kr mimm tud them mmkI
tor; a lot of her bankiug, uisiirauci
uo4 otkar biiiM mmI Imm nil pai 1
r. That i" 4tffrwnt, ou w,
Wjshingti'ii, 1). f.
HALF BILLION LOAN
1'irmocsiun, July n. Tim offi
cial Journal today publlshon nn Imper
ial edict authorizing the Huswlan inliu
tRler of finance to iniilco two Imbiioh of
treiiHiiry obllKatlouH of JlTiO.dOii.OOii
each. The Ihhiio Is to bo In tlio Khape
of five per cent short term nototi,
flee from Income, tax. ,
The Ihhiio will be In denomination
from $50 upward. TIiIk low denom
laatlon Ih expected to give the loan
a ioiular UHliect anil to appenl to for
eign a well aR ltunlnn luventorH.
The inane In to run for Mix montliH
The thermometer has been hover
ing urouiid the J (10 mark in the af
ternoons for -the lust few dnv anil
evorone is shmitiug about the heat.
Mrs. Perdue of Agntc was selling
berries in this district last Tuesday.
Woldon Saj;e of Medford was a
Sunday visitor in Table Hook.
Owing to the busy season the Ar
row Heads postponed the inusioHle
they were to have had last Saturday
t'harles Duggan and 0. ICrolfjor are
baling ha- for noun of our farmers
Our community was visited lust
week by agents i ('presenting the Wat
kin?, Wtird and ltuleigh medical com
panies. I.oe Wntkius and family of Mod
ford past-cd through' here Sunday
evening in a new Ford ear.
Several of our f tinners were iu
Med font last week after their supply
of grain Bucks-.
ltalpli Kiilcomc and sister of'Med
ford tarried iu Table Hock Tuiwday
evening. They were returning from
the Sum's Valley country, wherp Mr.
Hulcnmc put up a long stretch ot
I 'age fence.
A. C. Ilowlett and Professor ('. K.
lohiisou of Mnfile Point ulteudiHl the
meeting of (he Arrow Heads last
Wo are sorry to report that James
Heese has been under the wonthor for
the last few days.
It. H. Vincent and family of Up-r
Hogue river visited lehitives here on
Hurry Haves iutMiiU to run a fish
wagon iu the near future, which will
be a ureat oouveuience to our nlier
ini'ii who euuuot entch lisb.
Miss Horn Atkins of Talent is
ited friends in Table Ifock oor Sun-
Una Hrigsby of Agule, who has a
piece of laud on the Piulev lunch,
planted to potatoes, whs over last
week mid dug several sacks ot extra
line tubers to take to market.
.Mr. and .Mrs. Ayers and .Miss Man
Hihei1su of Hees Crek Forded
oxer Sunda and spent the da at the
Fred HatiptiDan, who moved. out"
his ranch property iu the Sum-. ul
ley district a short time ago, imism-iI
thloilh here ill is Week on his was
to toMii. Thoe who suvv him -;iv
that he wore a straw li.it and nw-r-alls,
and nlrc.nU has t.iktu on tin
earmarks ot a ummr, om-ii ( .i
sliglit tr.m ot ,,h,i-c(d" in In- lour
and 'j.i'ri!ei-" in In- -ii k-.
Our ti's -l.iti- l.i... nu .' .iiiiirei'i
nte the liillliess -bnwn bv tin Jinl
soiiill l,os and thr gcuiliiii.inU
mauT in which lhv eomliielcd
tbenischfs during the game.
To Uatns wet abuut as veal
niatcked as ii wmiM tat su.iitk Io
find, and vvr inch .. the jjiuhihI
was contested on both sides, so that
at the close of the ninth inning the
score was tied, milking it necessary
to play another inning, when Table
Hock gol over the winning run.
Table Hook fans were lieated to a
real ball game last Sunday when the
Jacksonville loam erosbod bats with
the local team. A largo crowd watch
ed the gnmo, several truck loads coin
ing ovfr from Jacksonville.
Mrs. A. I Vincent visited her sis.
tor, Mrs. Middlebusher, ut Trail last
Many of our citixciiH are planning
their summer vncntious. Some nw
talking of Koiug to the mountains,
some of going to the lair, while sev
eral will make the trip to (Valor
Miss Kniiiia Woiult lelt tor Poll
land Widncsdav, where she will toko
a short course iu priiuury work.
Mr and .Arts. Charles Xumiu -ind
Miss Mnye Thompson spent the day
iu Orants Pus Tuesday.
Hielmrd (laskin returned frun
Weed, Cal the first of the woid; hi
-pond the Fourth of July with his
Miss Minnie Walter of l.owiu Ap-ph-jittii
is a guest at the horn o
her fctcr, Mr. Kd Weudt, this M-ek.
Mis Marian II, Tojvne of Phoenix
et tended the reception given by the
Fastcrn Stain Thurnihtv ovnuiii(.
M'S. A. I. Kokelsou returned io
I'oiilnnd Tuesday, afloi spe idin, a
nuuiber of mouth with her pu rents'.
J. It. Hhinehnrt is in ("alifomia
iisii,iig hi, children. Mrs. Khiue
hint pecs to join him mood.
Fletcher l.inu and Miss C "inne
l.ilill. liceouipitnicd by their nii( ,
Miss Marian Linn, of Ktiuene, aie
speiidiiur their vaotiliou here.
Mi. and Mrs. Ooorgo von der Hel
!u of F.ailo Point visited frion Is liv
ing hcie one evening this week.
Mrs. Cbaiies Hansen entertained
a few ladies Wednesday alleiiioou.
The time was Hlsed with needle
work, followed bv delicious refieh
mouts, (able decorations being rod
Mcniuiuuis, blue Inhelia and while
marguerite in honor of our national
Millie Mclntvrc, who ha been em
ployed uCWeed, is upending a few
days at home.
II. M. Collins ami family and Harry
Lny and family will spend July J, I
and ft earn pi hi; on Thompson creek.
Mrs. I la it v l.uy entertained the
Friday Alleruoon cluh with a de
lightful lawn aiity this week. Ices
Were served in the dining rottm, which
bird been decora led with national
eolors, each guo-1 receiving a "iieum
houipiet" of red, white and blue t low
ers. Mis. LuyV guests were: Mrs.
Fiwl Fiek, Mrs. Charles Niinan, Miss
ThouipMou, Mrs. H. F. (lolden, Mrs.
Ulaine Khun, .Mis. Win. Johnson, Mr.
Frank Smith, Mrs. Lewis I'lnch, Mrs.
Frank Itciuieti uud Mr-. J. Hcl i.
Mis. A s. Kit iiili.iiHinei ut Mm
OOIII ll.l- lll'i li l lm tor -I'Ml.ll
ItoiiorteJ by Jackanu County jb
trnct Co., Sixth and Fir Sti.
' fin PiK-ilie Mutual Lite In-uraiice
I'ii. v-- W. I). Iugulls et al aiisMci
) (iohIou ( x
1 ( buries K. Sams s. I(. A. Pierce
ul., cost bill.
j William Hainnitit va. An K.
illeiislcy, noiic of enutrnetors' lM.
1 lav Hi Cingcnito VM irviny Worth -inv'tou
et at., suit in equity.
Rstata of W.'tX Vmvr' .! f
final sttiMiMiit, first nn mmJ c-
COURT HOUSE NEWS
F.stuto of Mary A. Ilurclay, proof
Kstute of (. J. Ilailey, bond of ml
miuistrator. ICstale of W. It. Piiiriunii, order
appointing ailmiuilrator, petition for
uppoiiittueut of adtuiiiistrator, oath
Ileal Kstato 'lYunsrer.H
C. Vroiuan et ux to F. M.
Lewis, hind iu Ashland f
F. M. Lettis to C. Vroiiinu et
ux, laud in government lots
'2 uud :i .
C. yromun et ux to Cltnriiw I.
.Moines et ux, same
N. C Doiier et ux to Samuel
W. King et ux, rilit of wav
in twp. :ill-l 1-5
Fruitgrowers' Trust & Title
Co. to Fi'iineon, II. Tueker,
1 1.1(1 ueres iu Ciosthrfiok
t'nited States to Albert I).
Iloaidsley, lot I, see. IM-:I8-:IW.
. . Patent
SPKCIAIi TIIAIX TO MOXTAdUK,
The Southern Pacific will run a
special train from Omuls Pass to
MontnRuc, Sunday, July 1th, loavo
Medford 7 u. in. under nimplcofl of
MedfQ.rd band and Medford hull tenm,
both orRnnbntlonK going on thin
Hpclal train to participate In the
TWO ilnya colebrntlon at Vreka, Cal.,
round trip to Montague, $2.05, two
ilnya limit (on wale at Medford only)
other point nboiild hoik! horn for
Thoo not cnrlng for colebrntlona
can fitih In tho Klamath and Shasta
rivers or tako train froni .Montaguo
(nt rwluced rntos) to Shiiitn rosorU,
where good flHhlng Im to bo lisd In
the Sucrnmenlo river, and whero
Biicli reaorta nn Slminn tavorn, Simon
fitih hatchory, Simula Sprlnga, Shaida
Itotront, Caitlo Crngi, can ho vlHlted,
nml whero Mt. Shastn and tho lllnok
llutto are cniiHtnntly Iu sight.
Join this oxcurHlon, a mom onjoy
nbln two dnyn outing.
Solid veiitlbiilod uteol train, oil
hurnltiK enKlneii, no cludorN or diiNt,
Hand in imle on route.
Ticket now on huIh liy linnd hoys,
Iihmo IibII team, It. L. Kwlng, Hurt
Orr and Southoru Pacific pHMflngor
Pal- Meet lug Friday
All who hold stock In tho Jackson
County Knlr nasooliitlou are request
ed to attend tho meeting at Ilia
Itomielands office. Friday ovonlng,
July 3 to dacldo about the fair this
fall and Irmiwict other biiHlneaa. The
meuikvra of the Meicluinta associa
tion coiuiMlltiio nppoliitod reiieutly
are urged to attend.
XOTICH TO TIIK VVIU.W
Pleuso order sufficient supplies
Saturday for over Sunday ami Mon
day, a all storoa will Is closed Mon
day, July ft.
JACKSON COPNTY MP8IXK8S
MUX'S AS80CI TIO.N
CITV TltlMSI'IIKIt'S XOTH'K
orflco or tho City Treasurer, Mod
ford, Oregon, July I, 1H1.V
Notlco is hoinby given that tliero
are funds on hand In the city tieas
it i for the rodomptton of the follow
No. OH 3, datod February 1. 1910.
No. 0101 aiidOS(!5, dattsl August
Xo. 013 to 91(1 Inclusive, datad
August 1, 1911,
Xo. 1117. dates! February 1, 1013
Nea. la ty 10S8. tueluslve, dated
Augttat 1. 191g,
Ho, 0403 of lurlM "C", datt Au
gust 1. 1IG. '
Km. 11 to It, Inclnalva, of Sarlaa
H", atd 1'ofcnmry l, 1913.
ItttWNHM oh Uu akf mm4 bonls
wIUmhw al Uif ujst atnl-aanual ia
taMai ataf Mr(o4. August 1, ltn.
aUi II. KAMIBL8.
XOTICK OK ASSKSSMUXT I
Collfornln-OroKon Power Compnny
Location of principal place ot uub-i
iuoM; San l'ranclnco, Calirornfa.
.Notice is liereiiy glvou that nt n
meeting of the illrortorH held on the
Utith day of June, HUB, 'nn iimhosh
niQUt (No. 11 or Thirty Coutri per
Hhiiro was levied upon tho capital
Htook of the corporation, payable Im
mediately to the Secretary at tho of
ficii of tho corporation, No. l.'tt Leld
oidorl'f Street, San FruiiciKCO, Califor
nia. Any slock upon which this as
Neaamciit uluill remain iininilil on Sat
urday, the Tth day of AiiKiiHt, 1(115,
will lie delinquent and advertised for
wile at public auction, nud, unless
payment is made before, will .bo sold
on Satiinln.N, the XSth day of AuKimt,
lit In, nt the hour of IS M., to pay
the delinquent uMOMintmt, toKothor
with cots of ailvorllMliiK mid expeiiMes
Dated, June 2!th, lit IT..
AI.KX .1. UOSHOItOUOII,
Secrotnry of Cullforiilii-Oregon Power
Office: I a I Leldosdorff Street, Snn
I'ranrlHco, California. I) 7
I "Oil IlKXT MtSUKUaNKOUH
lu'lUCN Store roonrin"o"an"oVt
Coruy Itldg., fronting on Ornpo
St. Also most deslrnblu offlcos,
reasonable, liest of sorvlco. L.
L. Cathcnrt, ltoom 319, Phono
FOK UK! I-MI1WHI
FOR HUNT Furnished bungalow;
close In. .101 South Contrnl.
FOIt HUNT G-rooni inodorn houso,
lianl-wooil floors, full coiuout unso
uieiit. Phono 270W.
FOIt HUNT MIKOICLL.WKOUS
I'Olt "iViVnt -Modern housekeeping
rooms, close In. Phono :72-.l.
FOIt 8ALH I iorio, liuggy" and" hiir
nesH. Will trade for wood. Itox
5 IB, Medford, Ore. '. I
FOIt SALK -Stock hogs, all sixes. T.
i;. Scuutlln. Phone 310.
I'oilljA'iTis Ited PoliodTmll calf;
luiro bred Duroc Jorsny sprlim
pigs; polo iiiouiitnlu biiKgy, good
as now, Palmor Invoatmant Co.,
FOlV'SAUC ( ) 1 1 i hc t r I r f w i f . S 0 ;
one oak dining taldo $13 Mi; com
bliiHtiou hook case and desk $li.U0.
Phona 133-.I3, 3!1 X. OraiiKe. HO
FOIt 8ALU-Cheap, a two eyllndor
runabout In good repair. Just
overhauled. Inquire at Medford
FOIt SALIC Sandwich hay hnlnr
wth horse power, excellent condi
tion, cheap. Phone It. A. Ploruo',
Central Point. St)
FOIt 8ALH Centrifugal pump, H
I licit stream, with all conootlons
and some extra pipe; will Irrigate
100 acres. 'J'hla pump will draw
sand, gravel or waNr. Phono
H3I-L or call at 300 W. Main.
FOIt HAIili ItHrtl FSTATH
FOIt BALK Five room rurulshed
bungalow, cant side. Must he sold
at once. WlllliiK to make big sac
rifice Phone 1.1-X.
IT IS YOPIt III INFOS' TO Sl'l Mil
Ilecauso my Block in trade Is to
have optioned ut tb lowest oash
prlco tilt best buy In this county.
1 bars tiewit on tua ground look
ing out for you for th putt flvo
yours. Nearly everyday I have In
vestigated some "good tulug;" 1 have
ollinlnatad overythiug oxcopt those
duals which 1 am convinced will -iiiro
ma satisfied euatomars.
In a fw hours tlms I ean glva you
tho baaaflt of this raaaareki. It la toy
husluwM to show you uvar tka oounty
nud iMtroduM you to th poaalbllttlas
uad epportunltlaa hare. 800 Mad
fard first and
J. C. BARNES
IttNitii i.'(U. First Nftiiimal llauk llldg.
IIKIjP WAXTIH) MAIiW
WANTKO Packers nt flnmpton or
pliurilH. Phono 4(18-111.
W NTi:t) Water tnnk for wagon
use. J. . Cnrklu, or Phono USX
FOIt IfiXCIIANOK Will oxchango
property corner South Oakdnlu uud
Tenth for Portland property. (I.
Townsond. 5tl Union Avo., Portland-
MOXKV TO LOAN
TO LOAN $50011 to lonn on Improv
ed properly, city and orchard prop
erty not desired. Address Itox SO,
Medford .Mall Tribune.
TO LOAN-IIrvo $3R00 to loan upon
rnnch propurty. K. S. Tinny, 310
(lamott-Coroy llldg. ,
LOST Klthor In Ashland or between
Ashland and Medford, Panama lint.
Finder plonso return to Mnll Tri
bune and recelvo reward. Ul
LOST Somewhere botweon Medford
nud Kelly's Island on Iloguo Itlvor
rond Sunday, tiresumubly near Dodge
Itlvcrsldo ranch, grip containing
my fishing outfit, clothes, wndlng
shoes, reels, fly books, loader box,
files, etc. Howard for return to
O. Pittniuu, Mall Trlbuno office,
POUTIilt J. NKFF, WM. f. M13ALI3I
Attornuya-ut-Law, Rooms 8 and
9, Medford National Dank bldg.
A. B. KI5AMKU, LAWYUK-
Win. M. Colvlg, Coorgo M. Itouorti
COLVIO & IlOHUltTH. LAWYKItB
Medford .National Hunk Ilulldlug
U. F. MULKISY & OHO. W. UIIHItltl
Attornoys ut Law. Jucksou Coun
ty llnnk Ilulldlug.
LAHI3H AUTO 8PIHNO 00.- W
aro operating tho lurgost, oldest
and host oqulppod plant In tho Pa
clflo northwest. Pso our vpriuKi
when others fall. Sold under guar
antee. 2G North Flfteeutb 8t.
Collcclloim ami Repot (s
COLUSCTIONS AND HlCPoit'lWo
collected some uccounta 1 1 youra
old. We know how to got tho
money The Jlullocl; Mercantile
Agency. Inc , Rooms 1, 3, 3, I las
kins' llldg.. 311! K. Mnlu 81.
DR." W. M. VAN HCOTOO ," "
DR. O. (J, VAN BCOYOO
(Isrnott-Corey llldg., suita III
Medford, Oro. Phono 8 Mi.
KMPLOY.MKNT AOIBNCY V wish
overyhody to Know that the Old Re
liable Illltuor Real Kstute nud Km
ploymont agenoy, will got youi
help, find you employment, rout
your houso or sell your land. Mrs,
J. '8 Clark, manager Ruocoasor.
Rooms 0 uud 7, Palm llldg., Med
Would you like to own a h-indrod
acres of first class alfalfa in Central
Cdlirornla? If so gt right after this
offer. Will exchange it for a hearing
oichurd, prefer pears, up to $15,0u0
and let the balance run as n olan on
the alfalfa, which is claar now. Tbt
price la $350 per acre.
Or iMrbaua you would want a tine
dairy ranch In th edgo of Itoswell
S. M. I hava a vary full description
t one of It aeraa tbara, and the partyU
win immw atMiur riurnc on tin
The rtva and a half acres of pour.
Ub good house and barn. la still
for trado lor a house iu Medford.
C. D. HOO'N
Jackxon t'.uiiu llank'Triiildlng
OU. A. K. HKUUKH, Dr. Loutso H.
lledgefl Moclmno-Thoraplsts, CUIro
prnctora, Spondylothoraplsts. Thesa
systums. Including dlctotlcs, cur
tlvo gyiniinutlCB, hydro-thcrnphr,
etc., produco results In both Acuta
and chronic diseases. Consulta
tion freo. Over Douel & Co., cor
nor Mnl,n and UartlnU. Ilotiri V
a. nu to 6 p. m. Otuor hours by,
appointment. Phono 170.
pit. II. J. LOCKWOOD,, Chiropractor,
nervo specialist Kooras 20.1-204--
206. Onrnott-Corby bldg. Vapor
baths nnd sclcntlflo massage- glvon;
noodlo siray, bond nnd shoulder
shower In connection; advice In
dietetics, mudlcal gymnastics,
hydroptbernpy. Lady attendant.
Phono, office- 543, rnstdonce 011-11.
Knglucr nnd Contractor
FUKD N. CUMMINOS Engineer and
contractor, 404 M. F. & II. Uldg.
BurveyH, estimates. Irrigation,
drnlnago, orchard and land lm
OAllUAOB (lot your promises
cleaned up tor the summer. Call
on tho city garbago wagons for
good sorvlco. Phono 274-L. 1
Instrnctlon In Musle
HAIGHT MUSIC STUDIO noom
401, anmott-Coroy llldg, Fred Al
ton llnlght Piano, Mrs. Floronca
llulllday llnlght, voice. Phona
i'liyvslciutis ana, nurgoona
DR. V. 0, OAHLOW, DH. KVA
MAINS CAKLOW- OsteopathU
phyulclanB, 410-417 Oaruott-Coray
bldg., phono 103 C-L. Ittwldonca
20 South Laurel St.
DIt. W. W. HOWARD Osteopathia
phyutcluus, 303 Oaruott-Corey,
building. Phono U04-M.
DR. J. J. ISMMISNB Phyulclua aad
surgeon. Practice Hutted to eye,
car, uose and throat. 12yea scien
tifically toatcd nud glasses suu-
pllud. Oculist nnd Aurlst for S. P.
R. R. Co. Offices M. F. & II. Co.
llldg., opposite- P. O. Phono GC7.
K, 11. P1CICKL, M. D. Office Jack
sou County Hunk bldg. Offlca
phono 13-lt; residence- phone 68-1L
DIt. it. W. CLANCY- Physician ana
surgoon. Phoned, office 30, resi
dence 724-J. Office hours 10 t4
12, 2 to 5.
DR. S. A. LOCKWOOD
DR. MYRTLK S. LOCKWOOD
Physicians and surgeons. Offlca
809-310-311, M. F. & H. llldg.
Plionoa residence, 814-J2; office,
JIKIiKN N. YOCKWY Notary pub
lic, lirlug your work to mo at th
sign or the Mnll Trlbuue.
Printers nun rtiMlstiers
UHDFORD PRINTING CO h tha
best equipped printing office lm
southern Orogou; book binding,
loose leaf ledgors, billing systems,
etc. Portland price. 27 NortH
SKWIXO MACIIINKH rontod. sold or
repaired. Agency Singer Sewing
luarhlue for . Southern Oregou.
Ilaudquartrs witliMcdrord Furl
ture nnd Hardware Co. C. A.
SHOW RKPAIRINO First clasj aho
repairing, pn modern eiecuu
niHchluou while you wult. K. N,
Uiden. located In Ktdd's 8hoa Store,
E ..DsTfrHANSFHR & HTORAUH CO.
sR.OfUatt li .North Front St. I'hoa
31C. Prloes right. Service guar
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Tjiwmiitori icm Hupplltv.
TYPKWRITBR8 AND SUPPLIES .
New Remington, Smith Premier
and Monareh typewriting, adding
and subtracting machines, rebuilt
muehliiM (or onalt or oasy payi
uianu. Mnchlnoa (or rent, ribbons
and SHHpuori o( all kinds, simple T
ttslrs frej ut oh'urgo. Roger ,
Dennett, 10 Qulni St., phoas