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HOT SPRINGS, Va., July 1 1. In
nn nddrcss on tlio need of rural
credits bGforo (ho National Fertilizer
association convention hero today,
Myron T. Herrlck, former nmbassn
dor to Franco, urged as n remedy
for whatovor troublo exists In rliral
communities, the establishment of co
operative organizations of fnrmors.
WBDJORP M2JE TRIBUNE, .MEDFORD, QftKapN, AyiSDNrcSDAY, JULY 14. 1015
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ry &1' f
Ho 0B6rtcd that not ono pf tho sue
ccssful systeius In operation In this
country or In Europo owed Its oxls
tenco to tho Intervention of the gov
ernment and that agricultural pro
gress was not keoplng paco with tho
expansion of Industry and population,
A co-qporntlvc system to be success
fill, according to Mr. Herrlck, must
be built up by tho farmers them
selves without outside assistance,
Mr. Herrlck begnn his address by
saying tho American farmers, having
availed thoniBclves of Information
and education, had become tho most
caimblc In tho world, but that In splto
of this, agricultural progress hero Is
not keoplng paco with tho expansion
of Industry and tho growth of popu
"Tho causes of theso shortconiT
In Kb," ho continued, "aro manifold,
The wnnt of good roads Is ono and
tho absence of social pleasures Is an
other. But tho greatest of til Is In
my opinion the lack of organized sell
ing and purchasing power.
"Organized selling and purchas
ing powor Is best attained through co
operation. Co-oporatlvo organization
of far mars was so romarkably suc
cessful from Its start over fifty years
ago In Germany that bankers, mer
chants, statcsmon and students soon
acknowledged Its' wonderful benefits.
"Co-opcratlon must bo built up by
tho fnrmors themselves by starting
at tho grass roots and depndlng on
tholr own resources and efforts, first
assembled and combined In basic
units, or local co-oporatlvo banks or
WASHINGTON, July 1 1 Kvldonco
of revolutionary -plots in China aro
lundlcntcd in unofficial advices to
tho stnto department today from Can
ton, which told of tho finding of
bombs on two occasions near there
during th Inst six weeks.
Juno 3 soldiers raided a houso In
Canton whoro .they discovered bombs
and n lot of suspicious correspond
onco. Two arrests wero made.
May 27, according to tho samo ad
vices, "a tin containing ton bombs
and somo revolutionary letters of ap
pointment, badges, etc., wore found
by tho police outsldo n cottage In
All tho five occupants of tho cot
(ago wecr arrested.
ASHLAND AND VICHY
Among tho enrly visitors to Crater
Lake from horo wero Fred Knglo and
wlfo, Mrs. Anglo Knglo and her
daughter, Miss Gertrude, and Miss
Ktliol Davenport. Tho party motored
over, returning tho first of tho weok,
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Shepherd nlso
went nlong under tho own gasollno.
Tho trip wus mndo via Hoguo river
and return by way of Klamath Falls.
About 100 naval recruits under
command of Yeoman Van Routor,
passed through Monday afternoon,
bound for Sun Krnnclsco for assign
ment In the service, having mobilized
nt Chicago. They ocupled two coach
es nnd had a long Chicago and North
wtorn bnggago car for equipment.
Miss Mabel Russell lias on display
In tho city hall windows somo extra
ffno paintings of Crntor Lake. exam
ples of hor own artistic handiwork.
Ralph Hadllold, formerly clerk in
Simpson's hardwnro storo, now em
ployed In n Icaillng Portland estab
lishment along tho samo linos, arrived
Monday for a vacation visit with his
Otis Tout and wlfo aro horo on a
visit from Southern California. Otis
Is an old-tlmo printer rqalding in
those parts nnd a't ono tlmo was con
nected with tho Pointer, a monthly
publication devoted to tho Interests'
or tho Southern Oregon Normal. Ho
Is tho son of Rov. J. F. Tout, ono of
tho oarly ministers of the Ashland
Christian church who was promi
nently Identified with tho anti-saloon
Arthur Dunn and Wlllard Rartlett
of Grants Pass, wero chautauqua vis
iters Monday, ospeglally interested In
tho Italian band cefneert. Thoy both
came on a motorcycle, reporting good
roads with tho exception of the strip
near Gold IHU. While hero tho? fo
llowed, acquaintance pf friends, for
No, 1 Once, while in France, I heard
that a big km tank in a distant city had
been struck by a shell from tho enemy)
The city was threatened with darknusl
merly residing at Grlnncl, lown.
Dunn Is a mall carrier connected with
tho Grants Pnss postofflcc.
Seobo Mitchell, of this city, anil
Kmmott llcoson of Talent, who re
turned enrly In tho weok from a trip
over In Siskiyou county, report havl
Ing mot Andy McCnllon nnd Henry
Endors nt Snowden In tho vicinity
of Mofngue, Sunday noon, on tholr
trip to San Francisco In McCnllcn's
diminutive Ford, -which had been
"cleared for action" In vlow of tho
long Journoy. Tho boys loft horo
Sunday morning, consequently woro
making good tlmo, although tholr
plans wero to make tho Jaunt a leis
Publicity Manngor Duryoa nnd
Springs Commissioner Chester Stev
enson mndo a flying trip to tho Cali
fornia lino on Tuesday. Mrs. Duryca
and Mrs. D. O. Stovonson accompan
ied thorn. A number of extra flno
8ConIc views woro snapped. Mr. Dur
yoa nlso gathered data respecting
Pacific highway matters, all of which
will bo used In furthering tho pub
James Churchill, wlfo nnd daugh
ter, of Yroka, have been visiting hero
of Into with thd family of P. S. Pro
voBt and other friends. Mr. Church
ill Is nn attorney of tho capital of
Clnudo Coon, accompanied by Chns,
Dol.aji nnd brother, all of Klamath
Fnlls, arrived horo Tuesday forenoon
nt 10 o'clock having loft tho Fnlls
at C a. m. of tho samo day, having
covered tho dlstnnco of 05 miles In
four hours over tlio Green Springs
road on n Ilnrloy-Davldson motor
cycle. Tho younger DcLap rodo on n
cushion strapped on (h6 tank In front
of (ho driver. Tho pnrty wero on
their way to visit relatives and
frlonds In tho vicinity of Myrtlo
Mr: and Mrs. K. V. Carter havo
gono on nn nutomobllo trip to Crater
Lake, accompanied by tholr relatives,
Mr. and Mrs. Fox of Iowa,
C. A. Wllleford and wlfo of south
ern California, nro nowcomers hero
looking about with tho vlow or locat
ing permanently. On tho wny north
thoy visited tho exposition, noting
with admlrntlonn tho pleasing exter
ior of tho Oregon building.
3Irs. northa Znpp of Leavenworth,
Kansas, has boon n.rocont visitor with
relatives In the Louis Hllty family,
accompanied by hor two daughters.
Mrs. .app Is a sister of Mrs. Hllty
and cousin of Mrs. P. S. Provost. A
trip to Crntor Lake was gotten up
for tho edification of tho visitors, In
which Miss Lillian Hllty of San Fran-
On Tuesday 10 carloads of sheep,
12 doublo-deckors and four slnglos
wero unloaded horo for feeding by
Manager Hates of tho local stock
yards. There woro nearly -1000 ani
mals In tho lot consigned by Miller
& Lux of San Francisco nnd toher
points. Thoy were from Tlo Dalles
and other stock centers In northern
nnd eastern Oregon. Thoy wont out
by special train under chargo of a
foreman and two holpors.
Mrs. T. W- Hill and Mrs. C. W.
Roberts went to Gold Hill Tuesday
morning for a visit with frlonds, also
attending tho Intorosts of tho Inter
national Illblo Students association.
Mrs. R. J. Smith has gono to
Springfield for a visit with hor par
ents. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Hrossler.
Irving Flnloy and wlfo, originally
from Jackson. Minn., but who havo
been louring various portions of tho
country for some tlmo past, aro visit
ing rclatlvos In tho local Flnlcy and
Whltmore families. Thqy camo hero
directly from southern California.
Miss Marlon Hodgson at homo fur
the summer vacation from school at
tendance at the state agricultural col
lego at Corvallls, Is temporarily fill
ing the position of assistant secrotary
of the Duslness Men's association.
John P. Williams and wlfo. ac
companied uy Mrs nolle Rlohert. all
of Shullsburg, Wis., wore visitors on
Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H.
Simpson, being taken for n drive over
the scenic attractions hereabouts.
No. 21 leaped onto my concrete
off In the direction named a well
Mr. Williams Is president ,of a bank
n his homo town.
Coal is gradually superseding wood
as fuel to quto an extent In this
vicinity. t C. E nates Is'liavjng lf.O
tonBon tho' why for consumption hero
til f'r'6m th6 Rock, SprlngJ Wyoming,
Mr. and Mrrf. II. F. Pohlnnd are re
ceiving a visit from' tholr son John,
residing nt Reno, Nevada.
Tho W. W. Caldwoll property on
North Main stroot, tins been sold to
Orlando .Dldrn. of Osakls, Minn., a
son-ln-lnw of Mrs. Sarah Ilrown, re
siding In tho vicinity of tho now pur
chase. It is expectod that Mr. Drlda
will occupy the promises. Tho donl
was negotiated by tho realty firm of
Hodgson, Whltmore & Reed. This
resldonco originally built by W. A,
Turner, Is ono of the finest In lown,
Uy virtue of recent appointment,
Rov. M. C. Reed Ih tho now secretary
of tho Ashland RuslncsB Men's asso
ciation. Tho now organization nl
probably tho only ono In tho stnto
having a spiritual adviser acting In
tho secretary's capacity.
C. A, Hitchcock, formerly suporln
tenedtn of tho Ashland schools, now
nn nnttornny nf Jefferson, Ohio, has
beon a rccont visitor horo, nccom
panled by his wlfo. Ilo was nt tho
head of tho Ashland schools for soven
years, leaving hero In 1001.
Senator Von dor Hellen of Wellon
wns a chautauqua visitor on Mon
day. He mndo tho trip by nutomobllo
with his son.
Miss Nntallo Swlgnrt Is now assist
ing nt stenographic work In tho com
mercial club's publicity department.
Dr. W. K. Illako and family havo
returned from their visit to Corvallls
T. II. Simpson has Installed a now
ser gasollno pump on tho curb In
front of his store on tho Plnza for
tho convenience of nutomobllo cus
tomers, Mrs. Loulso Colvor returned to hor
Jtome the first of the weok nftor a
month's stny with her mother nt Tal
ent. Mrs. Colvor hau fullyy recovered
from her attack of bronchitis,.
Mrs. Ira Johnson of Clinton, Ohio,
stopped off at Phoenix on hor return
from tho exposition to visit frlonds
andn relatives. Sho visited with Mrs.
M. Rose nnd Mrs. A. S. Furry.
Geo. Roberts who llvos with his
only daughter, Mrs. Lem Hughes of
Fern valley, Is attending chautauqua
at Ashland, having a season ticket.
One of tho spring fights camo off
rather late at Phoonlx. It took pluco
Saturday evening. Report says over
a gamo of cards.
Apricots nro very plentiful this
season and aro nut selling as fast as
ono would think. Doing plentiful In
tho Ashlnnd markets thoy nro worth
threo and four cents per pound.
Mrs. J. I). Ilonry or North Talent
was visiting her father lit Medford
Many of tho Talent cltl.oiiH at
tended chautauqua nt Ashland Sun
day and Monday, although Wednes
day Iff Talent and Phoenix day.
Mother Howlett of Raglo Point Is
at Ashland for tho entire program
of tho chautauqua.
I. N. Paco the ono tlmo officiant
keeper of tho coiiiitny poor farm, Is
camping with his family nt Ashland
and attending tho chautauqua.
Harly peach shipping will bogln In
oarnost from tho Talent orchards this
coming week, nnd tho box factory
will bo kept hustling to supply tho
demand for poach boxes.
Tho roason there has hen no I-Men
Prcolnet items tho past ten days, your
correspondent, Mrs. C. Caroy, recolv
od a very bad wound in hor right
hand from a fall. Tho sharp end of
a broken board uuc'-ntlng to tho
dopth of an Inch Into thu i.'.'.-'t part
of tho right hand.
Saturday evening nt about nine
o'clock ns u. F. Uoan of North Tal-
mixer and rodo
formed plan In
No. 3 Apnroaclilnr the iras
position nearby and played a
the leak in tho roof I
orit and Jim Smyth of Phoenix wort
roturnlng homo nnd Just ns tho)
reached Kngle's corner,, Vnnco Wll
gnmott of Talent camo down tho Pn
clflc highway In his Ford cnr. He
turned off tho highway nt thd cornet
nnd In tho darkness of tho nnglo did
not sco Mr. noun, struck him with the
cnr, Mr. Dean was thrown some
twenty or thirty foot, recoiling bnd
bruises which still confine him to his
bed part of tho tlmo.
Reportod by Jackson County Ab
trnct Co., Sixth nnd Fir Bti.
Alice hVcli'tdon k. I'Ved A. 1
cleston. Order, iifliiliivi!.
1'ino Holt Hnuking Co,, vw. Sam
uel W. Hudson. Suit to I'oiti'Iomi n
Krttnto of CliJm S." Hirdsuye. Po
tion. Khtate of Allan Smith. Receipt of
residuary legatee and devisee.
KhIuIo r Geo. V. Inane. IVIi
tion for citation lo executrix In ue
Kstnto of Slownrt I'iiIIci'mui. Po
tion, litHt will nnd lestumeut.
Ileal I'iMalo Tnuifors
Klmiliolh Smith li Mr. Clirix
teim Keillor, I fit on South
Ivy St., Medfonl, W. I). 1
Juunie Kinjr it vlr lo Im ('.
Smith et ux. 'JO neiiw in 118-
I Y., W. I) 1
Alidn It. Miner el ul to Geo.
K. Moore el uy, luud In oe.
II nnd 12, t. XS, S. It. 1.
y Q. ('. I). 1
XOTICIJ TO COXTiTatTOIIS
Sonled proposals addressed to tho
County Court of Jnckson county, Ore
gon, nnd endorsed thorcon "I'ropos
uls for constructing pnitlon of Crater
Lnko Highway," will bo received by
tho County Court of Jnckson county,
nt Its offlco In tho Court House nt
Jacksonville, Oregon, until 11 o'clock
n. m. on the 27th day or July, ID 15,
nnd at that time nnd plnco, will bo
publicly opened and rend.
All proposals must bo mndo upon
blank form, to bo obtnlned from tlio
County Surve)or, at his offlco In tho
Medford National Hank llulldlng,
Medfonl, Oregon; must glva tho
prlqos proposed, both lu writing and
In tlguros; nnd must bo slgnod by tho
bidder, with his address. Karli bid
Is to ho presented under seulod cover,
and shall bo accompanied by cash, a
bidder's bond, miido payable to Juck
son County, or a certified chock, mado
payable to the County Judge, of Jnck
son County, Oregon, for nn amount
equn! to at least 5 per cent nf tho
nmount of said bid, and no bid shall
be considered unless such cash, bond,
or check Is enclosed thorowlth. Such
bidder's bond shall be conditioned
that If said bid be accepted, tho party
bidding will duly enter Into and exe
cute tho contract. Should tho sue
cossMl bidder to whom the contract
Is awarded rail to oxecuto the same
within ten dius (not Including Sun
day) from tli'' dato or tho uotlfWutlon
of such award, such cash, hand, or
cheek, shall lie rorroltod to .Inckxon
County, niiil the Same shall bo tho
jiroporty ot the County.
A Corporate Surety llond will bo
required for the faithful porforniaiuo
Iliinnh ror Irrigation. Let's hope
that all who want It Will get It and
that many will want It. Hut lu thu
monntime let's not lose sight of the
fact that this Is a ftuo valley. Wo
nood not sit back and lot tho Idle
knock It. Speaking or Irrigation, I
ami soil 120 acres ror S00 an acre;
100 acre ror $105 an acre, 200 acres
ror $123 an acre, and 176 acres ror
$85 an acre, and all havo an abund
ance or gravity Irrigation watpr
rights fully paid up and seoured, with
soil as good and level as can be round
anywhere, and all rjght bore in tho
Roguu River Vnlloy. Jf Interested
look thorn ovor.
C. D. HOON
Jackson Co, Haul; Uulldlng
COURT HOUSE NEWS
"" rts' $ ' ' ' r "
tank. I took up mv
No. 4 A magical thing happened magical to the
citlions but not to me. A bubblo formed over tho
escaping gas it was Imprisoned!
stream of cement over
if the contract, In tho sum equal U
ino-half of tho total amount of th
All bids nro lo bo compnied on tin
asls of the County Surveyor's eatl
nato of tho quantities ot tho work tc
10 done, as falloVs;
Korth excavation, R inn cubic yards
Rock excavation, 1 cubic ynrd.
Looso rock cAcuvntlon, l cubic
Clenrlng and grubbing 0.1 ncrcs.
Lqg culverts, !.
Tho foregoing quantities nro np
iroxlmato only, being given as a basis
or tho comparison or bids, and tho
'ounty Court ot Jnckson county dees:
tot expressly or by Implication, ngrce
Mint the actual nmqunt ot work will
orrcspond therewith, but reserves
ts rights lo incronso or decroaso the
imounl or any clnss or portion of
ho work that mny bo deemed neccs
ary or expcdlont by tho county sur
veyor of Jnckson county.
Tho plnns, etc., mny bo' scon nnd
'onus of specifications and contrnct
ninv bo obtained nt the county sur
vo)6r'fl offlco ns hereloforo mention
ed. Tlio right Is reserved lo reject nny
nnd nil proposnln and to accept tho
proposal deemed best lor Jackson
O. A. GARDNKR,
Clerk nl County Court ror Jnckson
FllIC HKI-lx HlJUMW
TO RUNT r room mod, furn, houso.
sco Puriickor, St. Mnrks llldg.
FOR RUNT n-room modern houso,
hard-wood floom, full cement bnno
incnt. Phono 370W.
FOR HKN'l MlSt;i1,l..lM!OUS
FO?f lilCNT- -Storo room In Gnrnctt
Corey llldg., fronting on Grnpo
St, Also most doslruble offices,
reasonable, llust of servlco. L.
L. Cnthcart, Room 319, Phono
FOlfsALH Hack witiPTwo'Boa'tH.
W. J. Hartzoll, phone I08-J-1? U'J
FOR SALK Apricots 2e, orchnrd
run, Roso Orchnrd. II. K. Kreu
FOR SALIC Apricots 1 cents a lb.
for r0 pounds or Inrgur lots, Phono
Foothills Orohnrd. llll-.l.
FOR BALli AprlcotH at murkot
price. Order ot Mrs. J. A. Rratnoy
FOR SALH Contrirugnl pump, 8
lnch stream, with all collections
nnd somo extra pipe; will Irrigate
100 acres, This pump will draw
sand, gravel or wntor. Phono
931-L or call at 200 W. Muln,
FOR SALIC Good gontlo Jorsoy cow,
two and ono-huU iiiIIoh nortUwost
of Central Point. Inquire Mrs. Mo
Nassor, R. F. I). No. I, Central
Point, Oro., Phono 1 13-x'J. 102
FOR SALK-Fioih cow. 1C. Andren,
P. O. Ilox S70, Medford. 98
FOR SALIC llmoil sown and young
pig, Phono -103-R3, II. F. Van
FOR SALIC Horses or all kinds;
house wagons, camping wagons,
hacks, hiirnoss, Vinson's Hum, N.
Riverside Ave, 110
FOR-SALIC Red PoHod hull calf;
puro bred Duroc Jorsoy spring
pigs; polo mountain buggy, good
ns now. Palmer Investment Co.,
IT IS YOUR lirwiNHSS TO NI'H .MIC
IlccatiBo my stock tn trado Is to
havo optioned at tho lowest csbIi
prlco tho host buy In this county.
I havo boon on too ground look
ing out tor you ror tho past five
years. Nearly everyday I havo In
vestigated somo "good thing." I havo
eliminated everything except those
deals which I am convinced wl'.l so
luro me satisfied customers.
In a row hours time I can glvo you
tho benefit of this resourch- It Is my
business to show you over tho county
and introduce you to the possibilities
and opportunities here, Soo Med
ford first and
Jf. G. BARNES
Room HOI, First National Rank Hid
No. 6 Tlils cave
pairs and no more
mo as I rode off to
FOR HfC.Vr lllii'MRK KlCIMNG
FOR R1CNT Modern hous61coplng
suites, close In, $5, K mo.; now
prbp. 231 1C 9th. 121
FOR RICNT Modem housekeeping
rooms, closo In. Phono 372-J.
FOR SALIC RKAIj ICHTATM
FOR SALIC Comtortablo, modern
homo, sleeping porch, largo vorati
ila, lawn, gnrden, $900. $300.00
down, terms. 911 W. 11th St. 97
FOR SALIC Or trado, nt a bargain,
rooming houso with 1G furnished
rooms, located at 216 Fourth St.,
Ashland, Oregon. Call or wrlto J,
M. Slack, Proprietor. 110
HKIiP WANTliU MALK
WANTlcTi -Firsf-elnsB blackBinlth.
Apply llradun Mine, Gold Hill, Oro
WANTICD Solicitors, cither box;
good proposition ror right party.
Addromi Ilox I. Mall Tribune 98
ffTT ,-t-z ,T,T- ' Vr- 7- -Jifgf"r----r-
' WANTKD MiMrriMiANrtOUa
WANTICD Second hand aowlng ma
chino in good condition. Address
C. D. Wolvorton, Gold Hill, Ore.
WANTICD Relinquished homesteads
II. L. Moore, euro Mall Tribune.
WANTICD llccn, elthor nwarnis or In
nny stylo ot hives, W. J. Smith, R.
R. No. 1, Hox 1 1. 100
WANTICD A loan or $3000 for lorm
3 yenrs. A-l seeurlly. AddroBH
M, euro Mall Trlbunu. 99
WANTICD Stock to ' pasture, ono
mllo south Medford on Hour crook.
Fred Diuigherty. 98
MONICV TO LOAN
TO LOAN $2000 to lonn.
tho Insuraiiro Man.
LOST Mooso nnd ICnglo loilgo re
ceipt books. Flndor ploaso return
to Tribune office. 100
LOST -Pair of now skid chnliiB, ham
mer, otc, rrom auto Friday bo
tweou Ashland and Knglo Point.
Suitable rownrd. J. W. Mitchell.
LOHT-Somowhoro between Medfonl
ami Kelly's Island on Roguo Rlvor
road Sunday, presumably noar Dodge
Riverside ranch, grip containing
my fishing outfit, clothos, wndlng
Bhoos, reols, fly books, lendor box,
files, otc. Howard for roturn to
(1. Putnam, Mali Tribune office,
1'OILTISR J. NKFF. WM. 1. MlCALKl
Attornoys-ut-Law, Rooms 8 and
, Medford Notional Hank, bldg.
A. B. R15AMK8,L.AWYICR Garnott
Win. M. Colvlg, Gcorgo M. Roborti
COLVIG & RODICRTS, LAWYICRH-
Medford National Rank llulldlng
D. F. MULKEY & GKO. W. OII1CRR1
Attorneys nt Law. Jttcksuu Uoun
ly Rank llulldlng.
LAHER AUTO BPRINO CO. W
aro operating tho largest, oldest
and best equlppod plant In tho Pa
clflo northwest. Uso our springs
whon otbom fall. Bold uuder guar
aiitoo. 26 North Fifteenth St.
Collertloiw uuil lleporta
COLLKCTIONSAND RH PORTS Wo
collected somo accounta It years
old. Wo know how to got tho
money. Tho Rullock Morcnntllo
Agency, Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 3, Has
klus' llldg., 21G K. Main St.
DR. W. M. VAN HCOYjOU
DR. O. O. VAN SCOYOO
Gsrnett-Corey llldg., suite lit
Uedford. .Oro Phono 860.
Notary I'lUilTa. v ,
lie llrlug )our work to mo t thl
iltn of the Mull 'J'rlbuue,
' :r ?jT?
the workmen time to make re
gas was lost. The citizens cheered
lunch with Earl Kitchener)
llodgos Mochnno-Theraplsts, Chiro
practors, Spondylothoraplsts. Thess
lysloms, Including dietetics, cura
tive gymnastics, bydro-theraphy.
otc., produce results In both acute
and chronic dlsouses. Consulta
tion frco. Over Doual & Co., cor
ner Main and Durtlott. Hours. S
a, m. to 6 p. m. Other hours by
appointment. Phone 170.
DR. il. J. LOCKWOOD,, Chiropractor,
nerve specialist Rooms 203-204-206.
Gnrnott-Coroy bldg. Vapot
baths and scientific massage given;
ncodlo spray, head and shoulder
shower In connection; advice la
dlototlcs, medical gymnastics,
hydropthornpy. Lady attendant
Phono, offlco 543, rnsldenco 611-R.
Kngliiocr nn Contractor
FRICD N. aUMMlNGS Engineer and
contractor, 404 M. F. & H. Dldg.
SurveyB, estimates. Irrigation,
dralungo, orchard nnd land Im
QARDAGE Got your premise
cleaned up for the summer. Call
on tho city gnrbnge wagons (of
good service. Phone 274-L. T.
Instruction la Musto
HAIGHT MUSIC STUDIO Roobi
401, Gnrnctt-Coroy llldg. Fred Al
ton Ilnlght Piano, Mrs. Florence
llnlllday Hulght, volco. Phone
IMiyeMlriuus nn. Burgeon
DR. P. O. CARLOW, DR. EVA
MAINS CARLOW OstoopathU
physicians, 416-417 duraoU-Corey
bldg., phone 1030-L. Rwldeueo
20 South Laurel tit.
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopath!
pbyslclans, 303 Garnett-Corey
building. Phouo U01-M.
DR. J. J. EMMENS Phyalclaa aad
surgeon. Practice limited to oye,
ear, noso and throat. Eyes scien
tifically tested and glasses sup
plied. Oculist nnd Aurlst for S. P.
R. R. Co. Offices M. F. & 11. Co.
Uldg., opposlto P. O. Phono 567.
B. D. PICKEL, M. D. Office Jack
sbn County Rank bldg. OftU
phono 43-R; residence phone 68-H.
DR. 11. wTcTaNOY Physician ana
surgoon. Phones, offlco 36, rell
douco 724-J. Office hours 10 t
12, 2 (o 6.
DR. S. A. LOCKWOOD
DR. MYRTLE S. LOCKWOOD
Physicians and surgeons. Office
309-310-311, M. F. & II. Rldg.
Phonos rosldonco, 814-J2; office,
DR. MARTIN C. 11ARIIER - Physl
clnu nnd surgeon. Office Palm
block, opposite Nash Hotel. Hours
10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phono 110-J.
Printers nnO Publishers
I1EDFORD PRINTING CO. had ths
host equipped printing office la
southern Oregon; book binding,
loose loaf ledgers, billing systems,
etc. Portland price. 27 Nortk
SEWING MACHINES rented, sold or
repaired, Agency Singer Sowing
ninchluo for Southorn.. Oregon,
lloadquartors with Medford Furl
turo and llurdwuro Co. C. A.
SHOE REPAIRING First clas sho
repairing, on modern clectrle
maohluea while you watt. E. N."
Uldoii, located lu Kldd's Shoe Btore, ,
EAD3 TRANSFER & STORAGE, COv
Office t North Front St. Phoas
S16. Prices right. Sorvlco guar-
Typewriters nta Hupplloa,
Now Remington, Smith Pro'utter
and Monarch typewriting, adding
aud subtracting mnclnna, robullt
mushlnoa for cuah or on,sy pay
men. Muc'hlne.s for rea. rlbboai
and supplies ot all kinds, simple re
pairs free of chargo, Rogpr ,
Dennett. 10 0,uluo 9i., 1'UoM