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WEDJQTID STOPS TRIBUK1, MEDFORD, ORFOOX, MONDAY, 'AUGUST Ifi, 1015.
OLD NICODEMUS NIMBLE AT THE FRONT
"i Hi VICINITY
Anions local Knights of I'ytliitis
who will go to the big gathering of
tho onlcr this week nt Crater Lake
are John P. Patty, L'd Htaniianl,
Kmtwt Iliek, H11V. P. k Hammond.
11. S. Lynch or Talent, ami other-.
II. J. Hoyd, of this city, will no Iio
in nllednuoc ax a novitinc in lino
to receive the rank of knight at tho
f weird eorouonien on Wtnni Inland.
- Alilnnit pin ties ropie-cnting Grimila
Lodge No. :, plan to start on ,Mon-
day in unto, cnmpiiig- one night at
'J. M. Slack, car ronuiier in local
yrtrilfc, arrived home on Friday from
the R. P. general lioHfttnl at San
' KraiiPlniio, where he had hiit'ir on ne-
- ' eoiiut of illnoH.
.Ml. II. 0. Piiruelu'r leaver early
(lii week for a vixit with her mr
mt. at National City, Cal., where her
father, Itev. K. L.iflrigidiy, in pni-tni
Of the Piodtytoiinn church. She
will he (tone several Month.
Local police experienced no mid
summer night's d ten m on Saturday
evening, and hetwecn minor rows and
speed violators were kept, bus v. Tint
city recorder also took under advise
ment and set the pace for n number
of fines Monday Morning. Jov rid
t -crs not only hioke all -t coords hut
, ' worn caught red. handed in running
without led lifthK A fight at" the
Nat dance was a feature not tulver
tiHPl n a weekend house party nf
fair. Two M-inns of leading famines-
participated, the color scheme
s . lictiug h brilliant cat initio hue, the re
sult of a vicious jab on the jaw re
ceived by one of the belligerents.
Mr. Muv Shriver of HoiVc, Idaho,
' Is the new proprietor of the novoltv
nml art store in the .Sehiipriiiau block.
She iA alo the proprietor of n ser
ies of millinery stoic in viuinii
A U. S. government inspector and
cnvnlnry horse buyer will be here on
Wednesday, August 18, from which
circumstances it appears that there
will be a ready sale for good horses.
On Friday afternoon a company
of joyriders, thice boys and three
gills, occupying Ford car Xo. l'JO.'U,
while going at a Moderate paPe on It
street, left the paving and tried to
climb a tree at tint corner of Second
nml It. The machine was not per
ceptibly injured hut the fine growing
Irce,' a poplar about l."i feet high,
wiir lorn up by the toots. Parties
living on the immediate premise?
were away at the time. Hacking onto
'""the right-of way, the motoring party.
, pursued a duo wosloily course, not
ccn stopping to leave their regrets.
In the stale's official schedule of
motor car-.. March i-mio, 10L", S. II.
Iluruibh, of Hade Point, is credited
with hoing tho owner of Ford car No.
P. .1. Hrix, wife and three chillren,
of Astoria, are here visiting tlrt fam
ily of Dint riot Superintendent Van
Fo.-sen, tho patties being old-time ac-(piaiulanco-..
A joint trip to (.'rater
Lake wim one of the pleasing inci
dents of this visit. Mr. Hrix is n
prominent business man of Astoria
and ovcrnl of the lending cduea
tiotiNl institutions of Oregon have
been the recipients of his bounty.
Mi. Win. Myer and laughter Her-
nieo left Friday for. a visit to the ex
position, also Suumiuonto and other
Among the foreign rolling stock in
local yards of Into was a private
coach or the Chicago Client Western
Qmiluuy which wpnt noith Frilny'with
lipwoith lpuuuei? to the number
of over 100 enjoyed an open air fete
on tho piU'Konugc lawn hmt Friday
.Mr. and Mrs. Unbolt D. Cnrvillo
' nppoaicd in u -erics of fiuicv dances
nl the Vining on Friday evening. The
Hmailiuu ninxixo, fa-cinntion wall,
nml one pininonndo wine fniiltlelv
executed. They lett lor the cent ml
wiwfitiid Atlantic seaboaid entlv lh
S. Hunson, of Portland ami party
passed through on the Shasta Lim
ited Suiidaf, hound for San Francisco
to participate in the Hciisou day ob
fcorvnnco at the exposition.
Cliffoid Allen, uicsucnger on the
Walls FarBo run hutween Ashlnnd and
Portlwul, and wife have joined .Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Rngle in a vticntiou
outing in thdJcnd Tndtiui neighbor
hood which will extend over a foil
night. Cluy Good, MPfnmpiMiiori bv his
wife mid sitor Glndw, ltCt Sundny
for tho Ijike of the Wood region for
a May of two weeks, diet Smith
drove them over.
J). Campbell, seuoral manater
of tlio Southern Pacific, and .1. W.
Motoalr, of th SlmstH diiiim, were
liro lust Tliursdin, oeeupyintr th
lirivatt) earn Siskiyou mid Sliusta.
AjMtnt Krauiei took Mr, and Mi-.
HotMlf for a motor trip over wto
thB Tbnnn Spriuo neighborliood,
wheie the nftity diiwd with Mr. and
Jli-. M. 0. Jrfvvwaie oi Haekhorn
l.o.le inn! .ilso fished iii the Hater
.l Kungrant crock
F.t U. Mmt. fone. i u,il knows
MNtidt'iit ha rehinifd to C.ihfonii.i
nttcr tin exteiiiled nijM-nee m .ii'iu
oiiih Amcriun runnim- H'- "
N No. 1 Unco, while experimenting, I Invented mv
t x chemical freexerl It's awonderl ,
i-V l- m'.'l VT.
-uicnucai ireezen u
s Lankershini Hotel,
.1. S. Swagetty of
Ark., has tcceutlv lieen visiting his
nephews here, Clvirley Van Himkirk
and P. J. Amer. '.Mrs. Swngerty .
cnuipanied him and. they have been
touring all over the coast section.
On ii recent outing expedition to
the vicinity of Prospect, V. A. Free
he rg killed a couple of rattlets which
wen' found most loo near camping
hcnihpiarters for comfort.
.lames Consoiis, of Detroit, Mieh.,
vice-president and treasurer of the
Ford .Motor Car company, was sched
uled to pass thiouu'li hire Sunday,
southbound in the private ear ".Mag
net," accompanied by a company of
A trio of skillful local niinrods,
including Frank Hlovins, (Jawn
Oraingcr and .luck Hailey, loft early
Saturday morning for the happv
hunting grounds in the Red .Moiin
tain district, so as to bo on the
shooting scene upon the dawn of tho
open season for deer nml swifts.
Miss Herthn Hliasou. of last year's
leaching corps in the local schools,
has been engaged to take charge of
tho fifth and sixth grades in the
Gold Hill schools for the ensuing
Richards & Ptingle's minstrels will
appear at the Vining on Friday own
ing, August 120.
The new public market openo dits
doors on Sntutdn morning in the
Stoner block ICast .Main street.
Ahiinlnnt space in cool, airy sur
roundings afforded ideal facilities
for the new enterprise.
Inn Hiudmun of the local Western
Union force, bus gone for a fort
night's excursion into hunting teiri
tory with .Mr. Ashlnuil as a base of
operations. .Mrs. Hindnmn went
along, and her father, M. S. K.
Clark, accompanied them in older to
keep tab on game limitations. The
paily packed into the wilderness. I,;
tho Meantime Operator Hadley is act
ing as substitute at tin Western
Union's wire hendipiarters.
The .Med ford baseball team passed
through town Satutday, on the wa
to Klamath Falls, wheic on Sunday
they expected to try conclusions with
the invincible of the neighboring
city, anticipating an easy victory in
the dim perspective. Tho .Medfoul
club made the trip by nuton, going
over tin ureen .Mountain spring
A half ddVcu extra couehen, oc-
cupujd by educator fioiu throughout
the country, went south on Sunday.
The tourists will visit tliw exposition
mil attend the N'atioiml IMiieatiouai
guthetitiH' at Oiiklitnd The Univer
sity Hnieaii of Travel conducted the
A. X. .Mullen, a recent arrival
the Imperial valley, has taken
the iiimiugeiuent of the shop dcpmU
nient ol llie Akliliuiil gnrnge.
.Mis. i j. u. Mcvonsoii has returned
to her home in Portland nltei a
lesidcnce hero for the past sevci.il
C. W. Root nnd Wullace Carev
with their fmniliua have gone for a
lengthy trii; throughout the Willam
ette allev nnd iiorthein Oregon. Ho-
foie starting they made a number of
innovations in the way of cur eipiip
incut which will mil to the conven
ience and comioit of the trip.
Itev. W. .1. Douglas, local M. p..
pastor went to Klamath Fall to oc
cupy that pulpit on .Sundny. Dis
trict Superintendent Vun Poeu ot
None of the bids, oenel last Fri
day for construction of the log uu
ditoriittn, vvro uueepted, the cost lin
ing prohibitive, tho hid ranging
from $7000 to $10,000. About c'tfOO
us the maximum tho spHng eoiaiuii
iou eaivn to nwiiine iu the wav of
this uuptoiMnunt. I" the lueautiuw
otlici .irrangcint'i't-en in tiding. A
U-".'i -lli'll- hit- In III Hi nil tll't l
(O'uii ,--i'.n iI'MTt i, r ( ii i i th
npprupnntiuti in ltii "i u new
elniataiiipia liiilldiot' with the nnd r--t.iiidiii.
tli.it -in Ii -1 r i niri 'h
-Once, whlln ernerimAntlntr. T lnTintn
s a vronueri
avntlahle for general auditorium pur
poses. .Mrs. Jerry Conwell ol this city nc
coinpanied her son Glenn, of .Med
ford, who with his wife and her
aunt, Mrs. Wilson vt Chicaljo, made
tho Crater Lake tnp last week.
Lust Friday afternoon between the
hours of :i and ! o'clock a ipiartcl
of boys wcie observed plaving cards
in ciiauiaiKpui pa ii. uie game
wasti t author either, but came un
der the classification wherein the
real genuine, pasfiMnianl nee and
deuces cut a figure. The lads
shuffled and trumped with nil the
sang froid characteristic of the de
votees of f)()(l and bridge whist. To
whnt base use has chiiutnuipia pnik
Mrs. .Mary WIlllnniK, ulster or Mrs.
J. M. McCoy of North Phoenix, la hero
from California making her sister a
Mrs. A. H. Fisher, Mrs. Fry, .Mrs.
Frost and Miss Hollo French nro
cnniplng nt Kingsbury soda springs.
Mr. nml Mrs. Loin Hughes loft Fri
day for tliu mountains after buckle
worries. Mrs. II. II. Iloyer of North Phoenix
""d as gnosis nt luncheon Wednes-
day Mrs. Hurdott Dodce. Mrs. llrnko.
nee Hisses Sybil and Carrol Fish. Miss,
Latllos of tho aid from Phoenix
wore guostfl of Mrs. Hopkins of Cen
tral Point Thursday and a vory on
Joyahlo time was reported.
Mrs. McKlunoy who Is now nt tho
James Alloa home, mndo a huBlness
trip to Ornnts Pass Wednesday.
Tho big well dug In tho Hnrgfnvo
orchard in North Talent, Is afford
ing an abundance, of water. Men nro
kept busy dny and night Irrigating
Mr. mid Mrs. A. II. Ilonrn of
Phoenix loft Wcdnosdny for tho ox
position nt San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. lloyor and Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd Colvor loft Phoonlx
for tho Furry ranch at Dead Indian.
Dr. and Mrs. Wobstor of Talent
spout Sundny with friends In Central
Mrs. Morgnn wns a Talent visitor
Friday, doing trading.
MIh Francla Honry of North Tal
ont Is staying In Medford for u short
Mrs. W. S. Stancllffo Is superin
tending the packing for Mr. Illng-
hit tnthls season.
men's backwardness In organ-
br trado bcttcnuont.
The danco glvon at tho Palm hall
last Saturday night was enjoyed by
ninny of tho homo people as well as
n number of strangers who wero vis
iting In the neighborhood.
P. F. Swayno and Joe Hremhall vis
ited .Medford Wcdnosdny, returning
Thursday with a load of stock salt.
Tho noyal Nolghbors of Watklns
will hold tholr monthly mooting at
the homo of .Mr. nnd Mrs. Hurt Ilarr
T. L. Carnohan, who has boon stay
ing at tho Dorn homo for totno weeks
past, loft for Alaska.
Krlck Anderson of Copper, Cal. has
roturnod rroin a trip to Waldo.
Mr. Pattorson of San Pranolsoo
has boon looking over tho rloh anti
mony holdings or this vicinity with
tho prospect of buying. Tho proper,
ty Is owned by Albert Anderson of
vMlw I'orl Watklns visit.-: Kirn
Phillips a few days laxt week.
Pert llurr made u trln to Perrtdl's
No. 2-A hottlle crulfcrwas -fi?- ( HtC PW
shelllnc defenseless village - fft LVviC?S2B?lJiS;iJs(fT -i)C
en ihsrwnchcoAstl I climbed ,rS 7 rT sr''SA f 'r3 l9T 'Sg;5i!XSSsiL
liuide the tnnxsT's tale and U) M& ( V yZ Cv -5.-'L-'P -' "O -WcSSSSlJ
ttetred towards the thlpt Til AL V Xb" rP'- 1 tjrf
Ai A(liy-SpPi- g No. 3-Once under the iteel hutl, I S3l?) H I'fttrVLD
m clrbKil'MLSi yTZr connected and turned on my chemical 'Yoonnvyirt
rMPHfJ- -- manrell Hapldly. the hus uhlp coated l"R 0 0 O?
TVS A'VKlS' - xa- w'U froit-Uwu with leal Ifor gwu T-IW'II- .
of lumber last
Ih linvlng IiIh liouso
tnnkliiK other I in
John. Loudon of Murphy mndo a
trip to tho Watklns ranch Thursday.
Dr. Swoony nnd n party of friends
from (Irants Pass spont a few days
camping nlong the upier Applognto.
' Win. Dorn and sons, Fred nnd Ern
est, who nro mining in tha bed or tho
Applognto river, nro taking ndvontngo
of the low stage of water. Thoy ex
pect n good cleanup this season.
.Most of tho farmers of this local
ity havo their second crop of hay In
the barn in good shape owing to tho
Ideal condition of the weather.
Miss Tresslo Peneo and Miss Kuld
Mlddlobaucher of Trail nro visiting
friends nnd rolntlves In this neigh
Charles Fry mndo n buslnoss trip
to Med ford Inst week.
Amos McKco Is down from tho Mo
hawk mlno whero ho hns been pros
pecting for sonio tlmo.
Frank Cnrnnhnn and wife nro
spending tho suninior nt the Ditto
Miss Mmninlo Watklns hns return
ed from a visit to friends In (Jold Mill
Tho hunting season Is nt hnnd nnd
wo hope tho hunters will tuko extra
precaution to look woll before thoy
shoot, as the stockmen suffered a
considerable loss In thin neck of tho
W00l,s lnttt ycar-
AUTO SHItVICK FHO.M IJAOLK
POINT TO MKDFOItl) AND HACK
Tho undersigned will Icavo Frank
Lewis' confectionery ovory day ex
cept Sundny for Medford with his
auto at 1 o'clock p. in., arriving nt 2
p. m. Lcnvo Nash Jiotol, Medford, at
0 p. in., nrrlvo nt Kaglo Point nt 0
p. in. A part of tho trnfflo Is solicit'
ed. S. II. HARNISII,
Kaglo Point. Or
TitKASimv DHPARTMKNT, Super
vising Architect's Office, 'WnslilnKtoii.
I). 0., July 28, lt)ir,. Sealed propo
sals will ho opened in this office at 3
p. m. August 31, IS) 15, for the hiatal
Intlon coinpleto of un electric passen
ger elevator In each of tho following
buildings; Tho United States poBt
office and courthouso nt Aimirillo,
Tex., and tho United Stntes post of
flco and courthouso nt Medford, Oreg.
in nncordiiuco with tho drnwlngs and
specification, copies or which may ho
luii! nt this office In the discretion of
tho Supervising Architect. Jntiirs A.
Wet more, Acting Supot vising Archi
tect. LANDS IV NATIONAL KOIIKST.
Notlco Is hereby given that tho
Inuds described below, embraclni;
iiunn r l,03r' Mr, wlthlti'tho Cmtor Nti
II i il,onnl I''"cHt. Orogon, will bo sub
to uoniijeet j,i nettlomoijt and entry under
road riAho provisions of (ho homestead
Illalystf aws of the United States and tho
1ibv iiJ',lu "' J""' ' ivvv i .ii mm., 3UUJ,
i ilat ,ho United States lund offlco at
AUBlrWRoBebiirg, Oregon, on Septombor 30,
rji.i Anv settlor who wiu actuall)
nnd In good faith claiming any of
said lands for agricultural purposes
prior to January 1. 1000, uud has not
abandoned sumo, has a preference
right to make a hotunstond entry for
the lands actually occupied. Said
lands were listed upon the applica
tions of tho persons mentioned be
low, who havo a preference right
subject to the prior right of any such
settler, provided such sottlor or ap
plicant In qualified to mnlie homo
stead entry and the preference right
s oxorrlnnd prior to Koptoinher 30,
1915. on whlib ditto the lands will bo
IMIl ltl:'i nousi
FOR RENT Kour room flat or
house, furnished or unfurnished.
730 . 11th, 621-R.
FOR RENT G-room modern houso,
hard-wood floors, full cement base
ment. Phono 370W.
FOR REST Eight room nil modern
house with kltphon raugo and gas;
well located, noar So. Oakdale;
rent K0 per month. K. .4. Tumy,
210 Uarnett Corey Hldg.
TO RENT & room mod, furn. houso,
f 18. piiriiekor, St. Marks Uldg
FOR R KXT CIqVo in 6 room house
with sleeping porch, modont
pluuiblng, oloctrlo llglits, commit
sidewalk, garage, on paved street.
Rent reasonable Imtuiro of II C
Stdd4rd, Mtdford, Oregon, tf
subject to settlement and entry by
any qualified person. Tho lands nro
us follews: Tho W& Nto of lot 0,
Sec. 21, T. 32 S It. 2 K W. M.,
10.:!fi acres, application of A. I).
Mooro, Persist, Oregon; List fi
Juno 2!). C. M. IUUICH,
ARHlstnnt Commissioner of tho Gen
eral Laud Office.
I'OK IlKNT IHMIHHKHKPINfl
FOU nUNTConvonlont light houso
keopInK rooms, closo In. flu I S.
FOU SALK Furnltnro for ri-rooms,l
ttfyjt niiviiviii iaf(ih iiuiii't )iii
Tel. S:i2-Y. C2C W. Ith St. 12:.
FOR SALH Piano playor, book case,
library table, bedroom suite, sani
tary couch, rockers, nnd hay rack.
Phono 88. 12C
FOR SALK Grain liny. JG.00 to ?10
por ton. Phono 5i)l-J2.
FORSALi: 300 bxs7Kxrn Fancy
Harriott Pears 7fio per box. llox
33a, Route 2, W. C. Frltscho. 121
FOR SAI.I2 2-soatcd Velio hack with
polo. Phono 0C2-J.
FOR BALK Finest Reasoned body
hard uud soft wood, Maplo and Ash
14.20 a cord or $2. Ifi a tier; Cot
tonwood nt 3.2ri a cord or $1.05
a tier. Prices quoted for delivery.
Capital "It" Ranch. Call noon or
evenings, Central Point 31xxxl.
FOH BALM IllSAIi KHTATK
FOR SALK- Ily owner rnncnCor
oxchaitKO for city proporty. llox 8,
Mall Tribune. 12G
FOR SALK Wyovvn Plnco, 80 ncros,
finely improved Rogue. Rlvor Val
ley land, 3 to mlloH north Kagle
Point. See or address owners, W.
II. Crnndnll on the pluce, or .1. T.
Carpenter, 345 N. Hartlett, Xled
ford, no ngotits. 150
FOR BALK Hungalow, tour rooms
and bath; built in book cases; flue
lnwn, garden, gurago; cement
walks, paved street. Prlco tight.
With or without furniture. 321
Vancouver nve. 120
FOR SALK Huy Ashland property
whllo prices nro nttractlvo. Wo Juivo
for tpilek salo In center of town
and best residence district, on
Sherman street, ono block from
school, 3 blocks from public libra
ry, throe lots, oncli CO foot front
by 117 doop, covered with fruit,
mid fi-room house plastered, buth.
lights, foundation, splendid cbutice
to build 2 now small buiiKulus for
rent to railroad men, on other two
lots. Can sell whole proporty for
I17R0, with for.o ensb. This Is
worth at least H'"00. mid Is grow
ing In value. Also flue S-room
house, modern. 'with bath, lights,
furnure, etc.. on btf rcMdoncn dis
trict on bouIord. and .'.o-ioot lot,
especially fli flocatlon Prlco
17.10. llodgMUWIillindreA Reed,
Cor Oak and Main Sis Ashland,
Ore - - 110
FOR SALE -Two aoren most sglitly
location on Siskiyou humble, oar
line, Medford. . Also two hutiirai In
Portland. Phono 80S-L. ta
WANTKI)--Wcrrk by Vboday oejiintr
by Japanoso boy. Phono l'JC. 127
IT 18 VOL'lt HI'RINESS TO SEE SIR
llecauao my stocK n trade la to
havo optioned at tho lowest cash
prlco tho host buy In this county.
I have boon on tno ground look
ing out for you for the past flvo
years. Nearly everyday I havs in
vestigated Bomo "good thing." I have
eliminated everything except those
deals which I am convinced will so
turo mo satisfied customers.
In a fow hours tlmo I can kIvo you
the benefit of this research- It Is my
busltiosij to show you ovgr tho county
and introduce you to tho possibilities
and opportunities here. Hoe Mod
rord first and
J. C. BARNES
102 Went .Main Street
No. 41 returned to ahore, leuw the cniUer
"" illent and cold m a North Pole ice hummockl ,
IIKIil' WA.VTKD MAL13
WANT1MJA night man to dry
prunes. Phono 7-F1. tlco. II. Young
it. It. No. 1, box 12, Orchard Home
II Klil WANTKI) FK.MAr.I8
mm - - - --
WANTKD HoilsPkoopcr; wldowor
with three children. Address O.
P. JohiiHton, Provolt, Oregon. 127
WANTUD To buy slnglo buggy har
ness In good condition, Address
llox K, Mall Tribune. 125
WANTED Farm lands to rout on
shnroa or cash rental, with or with
out water. Give full particulars,
location, etc. H. W. Illnghtiiu.
Med ford. 128
WANTKD Largo knitting mill In
vites correspondence from women
desirous of earning money, part or
full tlmo. Uood pay. Kxpcrlonco
unnecessary. International JIllls,
Inc., Norrlstown, Pn. 2Q0
WANTUD TO IIUV 20 tone of
straw; also 20 tons of hay. Vin
son's Feed Hnrn, N. Rlvorsldo Avo.
WANTKD To rcstn for two months,
light snddlo, nultablo fur lady. Ad
dress llox X, Mall Trlliuno.
LOST Gold watch with, black string
between fiUfi North Main street
Ashland, ami Medford. Reward If
returned to Mrs. A. U. McCarthy,
C0& North Main St., Ashland. 12f.
LOST Sontovviioro botweon Mcdfordi
nnd Kaglo Point, rndtator cap. Re
ward for roturn to Mall Tribune of
8TRAYKD OR STOLEN jr. reward
ono dark bay saddle horso, five
years old, weighs about 92fi pounds,
smnll white strip in face, coining
to a point, Inside of strip 8 or 10
dark spots, right hind foot white,
forotop cut about March, oxtra fast
walker. Address Marshal M In tor.
Kaglo Point, Ore. 133
MONEY TO LOAN
TO LOAN $2000 to loan,
tho Iiisiirnmo Matt.
PORTKR J. NKFF, WM. r. MEALKS
AttornoyB-at-Law, Rooms 8 nuo
V, Medford National Hank bldg.
A. K. RKAMEU, LAWYER Uaruott
Win. M Colrlg, George It. Rohorlt
COLVIG & ROHKRTH. LAWYERS
Medford National Hank Hutldlng.
U. F. MULKEY & (JEO. W. CIIERR1
Attorneys nt Law. Jucksou Cioun
ly Hank Hulldlng
LAIIKR AUTO 8PR1NO CO. -W
aro operating the largott, oldest
and best equipped plant in tho Pa
cific northwest. Uso our vprlngi
whon others fall. Bold under guar,
anteo. 20 North Fifteenth at.
W. M. VAN
O. O. VAN
Oirgett-Coroy Uldg., suite
itedto, ' Oro. Phone SCO,
HELEN N. Yiy.'iCEY Notary pub
He. llrlng your vork to mo at tbi
Un of tho Mall Trlliuno
mt . i mm .-i w i - . m
17" turoH woll out, Joi.ing u'tmlt
ed outrange. 100 ncrw. I finv' ion.
freo soil In cultivation, all In oia,
field; level and Irrigated by glj tl
writ.)., nf ii .raiilf - bnibI Imi-n rv.n.
-... ... v.wwr., y.VM. M.. HI',I
goon uouse, ami fencing ami oroiv.
fencing is of woven wlro. Th 1,
place is vvortli -much more, than til
price asked, but for n tiliprt tint
only I win sell It for ? 12,001), A
Ideal iilaco to niu a larij(j,jiuiiikftr o
C. D. HOON
Room 10, Jaclifon in luuk Rldg
Collections nml Iteporta
COLLKCTIONS AND REPORTS Wo
collected sotno accounts 14 years
old. Wo know how to get tho
monoy. Tho Hullock Mercantile
Agency, Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 3, Has
klna' Uldg., 21CK. Main St.
DIL A. IU HKDOE8Dr. Louise" k!
Hedges Mechano-Tboraplsts, Chiro
practors, Spondylothoroplsts. Then
systems, .lucludlcg dietetics, cura
tive gymnastics, hydro-theraphy,
etc., produce results in both acuta
and chronlo diseases. Consultn
tlou troo. Ovor Deuel & Co., cor
ner Malu ami Hartlett. Hours V
. m. to G p. m. Other hours by,
appolntmont. Phoue 170.
DR. H. J. LOCKWOOD,, Chiropractor,
nerve specialist Rooms 20P-204-205.
Gnrnott-Coroy bldg. Vapor
baths and scientific massage given;
noedlo spray, hoad and shoulder
ihowor in connection; advice la
dlototlcs, medical gymnastics,
hydropthorapy. Lady nttondant.
Phono, offlco 643, roaldonco Cll-R.
Engineer nmi Contractor
FRED N. CUMMINGS Engineer and
contractor, 404 M. F. & If. Dldg.
Surreys. estimates. Irrigation,
dralungo, orchard and land Im
OARDAaE Oot your promises
cleaned up for tho nummer. Call
on tho city garbage wagona for
good aervlce. Phone 274-L. T.
Instruction In atusle
HAIGIIT MUBIO STUPIO noM
401, aarnott-Corey Uldg. Fred At
ton Halght Piano, Mrs. Florence
llalllday Halght, voice. Phone
Pliyeolciaus nns. rrurgeoan
DR. P. O. CARLOW, DR. KVA
MAINB OARLOW OiteopathU
phyBlcianu, 410-417 Garuett-Corey
bldg,, phono 1030-L. lU4lden
20 South Laurel Bt.
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopath!!
physicians, 303 Gumott-Corey
building. Phono 04-M.
DR. J. J. EMMENS Physician aad
surgeon. Practice limited to eye.
ar, iiouo and throat. Eyos scien
tifically toited and glasses sup
plied. Oculist and Aurlst for 8 P.
R. R. Co. Offlcea M. F. & H. Co,
Dldg., opposite P. O, Phoue C07.
H. H. PIC1CEL. M. D. Offlco Jack
eon County Uauk bldg. Ufflea
phono 43-R; rowblouco pboau D8-R,
surgoon. Phonos, office 3b, rest
douce 724-J, Otflco hours 10 te
12, 2 to 6.
DR. 8. A. LOCKWOOD
DR. MYRTLE S. LOCKWOOD
Physicians and surgeons. Office
300-310-311, M. F. & H. Dldg.
Phonos residouco, 814-J2; office,
DR. MARTIN C. HARDER Physi
cian and Burgeon. Offlco Palm
block, opposlto Nash Hotel. Houm
JO to 12, 1 to 4. Phono 110-J.
T. G.lIEiNErM. DTai'HCIALlS'r
Eye, ear, uoso ami throat, office
228 East Main; residence 1121
East Muln; offlco hours J a. in. to
12 in.; 1:30 to 6 p. in. Tolepuouon
Offlco, 30J; roaldonco, 303-J2.
Print era tina l'ulillHlicr
UKDFORI) PRINTING CO. has the
Lest euuloped printing office la
foutlioru Orogou; book bludlng,
)ooee leaf lodgers, billing systems,
etc. Portland price. l Nortti
KAD3 TRANSFER i BTORAGK CO,
OfIIco 42 NtLli Front Bt. Puoai
out Bt, Phoai
i& rnces riitni.
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