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OLD NICODEMUS NIMBLE AT THE FRONT
arRDFORD MATL TI?1U"WTC, arTCPFORD, ORTCC10N, MONTOAY, NWPTEMUyK. 1H, 1915
ASHLAND UND VICINITY
From tla coliwiil proportions unit
instil- effects which the springs wu
(ur pavilion at tho depot is itsMimintr,
ono might ho led to inl'cr Hint the
ylrueture is to he u replica of tin; Or
egon huihlipg at tho lair ground in
San Fmneinco. Soiao big logn tin?
entering into tho construction.
Attorney Ed Van I).vki ami bride,
of Grant Pass," were lie re Saturday
on their return from a honeymoon trip
to San Fntnei-eo. Mr. Van Dyko
was fonnejly Mi-) Quintan, ystor of
W. 1. (jitinliin, .seerelary of tho
GrnntH Pass Commeroiiil club.
The remains of Professor Karl
Eugene Gntlic, who died hero last
Friday, will l)e taken to Hioluno'ud,
Va., for burial where relatives on tho
paternal side of liis family loside..
I he body, itccompnniod by the widow
and two ehildreu, loft here Sunday,
and lltcy will he met at Chicago by an
elder hon of the deceased.
Floyd Cadillae and Chi Ford got
into an altereation on tho Plaza last
Friday afternoon over eoneession
privileges in transporting sightseeiH
to the Medford fair.. The i'inaer is
a duly registered chauffeur. Tho lat
ter refolded the imputation of being
a 1(seah" and iut a muffler on Cad
illac's anatomy at a vulaerable point
bounded by the X 15 V, X W '2 S ,j
of the solar plexus.
Ashland teachers now employed at
Gold Hill report great preparation un
der way for tho industrial fair to bo
bold in that town next Friday ami
Saturday, September 17 and 18.
SehobU will he "Jet tint" on Friday
in order that all pupils may parliui
pate in the festivities.
Attorney A.'Kvnu Keanu's of Sled
ford is scheduled to deliver the nd
dres before the annual gathering of
dachsoa enmity pioneers in this city
Thursday, September 10. A diieet
descendant of tho early sottlot s and
being well (nullified to deal with the
subject, be cannot fail to be inter
ested ok well as to interest others in
the theme. Sirs. Mamie Dox of
.Jaeksouu'llc is secretary of the as
sociation. Tho coronet's jury at Yreka, in-
estimating responsibility lor the re
cent automobile wreck at Granada,
absolved local railway employes from
blame, hut recommended that addi
tional safeguards bo placed at rail
road oro-siags in general.
Exactly twelve individuals, includ
ing three women, nltended thu laud
grant "mass" meidiug at tho Coin
meicial club rooms Friday evening.
A resolution was adopted as present
ed, setting I'oi Hi that action sought
in tho premises was conformable to
recent siiptoino court decisions as
enunciated by tho hiulie-t judicial
body in the I'nitod States. K. K.
Phipps whs chairman and W. 0. Diek
cison secretary. C. Y. Huntu, S. S.
Slitchell, F. G. SleWilliains, F. W.
Sloore and (.'. It. Lumkiii were ap
pointed a committee to further a pe
tiliou movement in behall of the ob
ject, which is to place the status of
the lauds in question so that they
will bo subject to taxation and also
lie available for purchase by actual
settlors at lljo minimum of $'2.!W per
aeie, iiMead of reverting to the na
tional forest domain. In this con
nection it might he added that .Marion
county hits gone ahead and assessed
the land grant aiea within its bound
aries at a full valuation of over
Keiuuins of the four victims, of the
i count automobile ncViiL'iit near Gra
nada, Cul., piused through here last
Friday afternoon on tho way to As
toria. The name were Sirs. Slar
gnret Anderson, Allan Anderson and
wile and Aaron Anderxom
The Congregational society wan
host nt a reception tendered the
school bourd and teacher nt the
church )( Fiiday eoaing. Guest
weio felieitoHsly greeted by the pas
tor, Itu. It. W. Funpihnr, and the
iesMine by Superintendent Hricoi?
win. in a eluiruotoriti", happy vein,
A projcrHiu of readmit and mueicul
"election wan piticiNited in by th"
Slis(M Calkins, Fugle, SlcConaick,
Creek)Mtum, Ilurris, Mm. Slubel Cun
ningham and her daughter, Helen, th
Siskiyou qiMitot and I'mfoMor Fail
Kasor. JlisK Alice Vamluislais of
Talent furniclied violin aoeoinMini
iiicuts ami Prot'OMor I lino (' Oil
mrv leproduei'd ripo orgrtn otfeet
on the standard nud instrument. The
literary and musical treat wh fol
lowed l. the wrviiw: of light refresh
iiieuts. Th currant term of m-IiooI
Iihb been inaugurated under mot hhs
Two-year graduates from the Tnl
cut high M-bool will be credited that
time jh continuing a four-year court
hi I bo itthlatid high hool. The laoal
iiistitutiou will recoup Hlf for tite
expenditure involved out of the roan
tv nigh school fund. A dosen "lu
ll. nU from Talent have already nvnil
tsi titeui4v of thw privilege, their
ikmun for trnsiMftotiaii itu'lai
i -ii goncruulv provided fur b m
i' prising roidimU of uutluig dee
fl.rU. Stwye sltutifi. und ortiaiurniiilMui
in !.'ii-rnl ! in ! ne ii lm rlnir
t i l.l-t il tin- link ,il lin ililliu.
t . ,,.i.iH. .1 nt i
ti..i- ... III.-
TI4E GREAT ROUT
IN THE CACTUP
NICK FLOGP BANDIT!
- y";'f -s "-V-
r -'&- '
. ----r -Ti
vm mwjr r
playhoiisu at any jieriod in its his
tory. Opportunely the oueusion of
the fine display was in connection
with the appearance of the playlet,
"The llelle of Japan," decotntionn
bciitjr in lino with eusloiiH nud tradi
tions of the land of the Slikado.
Sir. and Sirs. F. T. Staple, nceoin
iianied by Sir. nud Sirs. Charron Sla-
jilw, newleywedri front alorenci, Arix.,
started tor Crater lake last rnday.
Otto Winter m directing uffairs at
the State bank during the absence of
Citshier George Kiiluinks absent at
San Francisco on his vacation.
Dr. A. V. Swedenlnirj; leturned
Sunday from alteiulanee on the meet
ings of the Sledieal association at
SIrx. George KaMbiiry, residing on
Grant street, has aouo to Berkeley,
Cnl., accompanied by her daughter,
niauehe. Her son, KalpH, in a stu
dent at the Fniversity of California.
The family have rented their home
here indefinitely. Sir. Salsbuiv is
identilied with the Hound Lake mines,
near Ulairsden, in the Sierrnn.
Following the exnmple set by Ash
laud ami other southern Oropm lo
calities, Yreka is installing udequute
camp (.'round facilities.
Sir. and Sirs. George Slillner of
Riverside, Cnl., arrived tho last of
the week for a visit with Sir. and Sirs.
I. Slillner, residing near tho Nor
mal. The men are brothels. Later
on the Ashland representatives of the I
family will iifcoulpuiiy the visitor to
southern California, the party slop
ping nt the San Francisco exposition
on the way.
Dr. G. V. Giv- and daughter, Mir
iam, have returned from a visit to the
fanner's old home in the vicinity of
Sirs. William Slyer is homo from
her visit to Sacramento nud San
By invading this territory for the
purchase of livestock, Sliller & Lux,
the extensive feeders and shipper of
Oregon and California, are adding ex
tensively to their shipments both
north and south. As an instance of
their big lam) holdings in the latter
state, it is said that tbev could start
a baud of sheep on the .Mexican bor
der and herd them every stopping
place on the way at a point within
their own borders.
Nils and H. 0. Benson, now of Gil-
more City, la., were in town Friday,
accompanied by their brother-in-law,
A. .1. Applegute, renewing the au-
ipiaiutaiicu of Geo rue Anderson ami
recounting hem' stories in which nil
the men figured u long time ago.
Henry Hansen of Slodfoid nUn met
the party here.
C. B. French, who resided here from
11)02 to 11)10, and who since then has
been living near Cadillac, SJieh., re
turned to this vicinity hut week nud
is looking around with tho view of
locating pennnnujitly. In kmo of
Michigan's reputation for raising
hoice fruit, he soys he liusn't tasted
ti prime apple or cuch since he left
The cIihh)1 cur, "St. Peter," oper
ated by thu CtttlioJin Church ISxteu
siou society of the I'nil'vl States, whh
here Friday atteniunu, southbound, to
till eugHgeuieuU in Houthtmi Oregon
and -tioi them Culifornin turritory
Among its occupant wna Aiehbishop
Clirwtie of Portland, mid Father DhI
pluu, the local pritwt, was tmong
flume who met the dtiuWh&d vis.
Uor. The "St. Pter" U oue of lh
largest and bast NPituiuicd ou he of
it lid touring the country.
AsttUud teachers now filling poi
Uuhs at Quid lliil imdud 0. W. Mi
Uun, superinteooVnl -. MiunUt I'oley.
ktjrh Mehool ; ItertliH Klinn, fifth nud
siilh gntdt-; Vielur Flint. MunQwr
inl d iMirtnwat. Th Um-hI rolony i
tm'ma mtfh projHftis ilmr tht
tlwf rHtmiBtet0 Moling a iMxtoaijr
iueiuM lmnglow. iurmg tw
urks4 nnd ke(oux houtt an an "ut
NViir r-idenl l Tnml K.pt'.i-
Mtl uiri-h Ik.iim' Ii I Kl those m
Ik ili(i..ii Ii i - i,u I'll. I . i riling mid
1 1 jut d i 1 1' Jiii- n '..it .i i i j In . . I i
No 1 Upon
my return from
fc Europe, Prtsl
No. 2 Leaping Into my Mafllcrlp I nu
toon on tho Texas bbnlerl I un the devas.
tated country across tho llnel
tho advent of thu autummil social
The rivalry among big peaches con
tinues. D. L. Glenn of Factory
street e.hiliitn twenty-ounce clings ut
Simpson's store, seventeen of which
weigh sixteen pounds. In WliiledS
buy window the dazzle of diamonds
and wrist watches is eclipsed by more
big clings raised by Z. A. Sloodv of
Slanzanilii street, a doxeu of them
weighing thirteen pounds and four
teen ounces, the largest individual
specimen tipping the beam at twenty
two ounces, a record-breaker in these
parts. G. SI. Grainger of Slan.anila
street has placed in thu snfelv de
posit box of the Commercial club n
seedling (ding TJ'Ki inches in eircuin
fercnee and weighing eighteen ounces.
Anticipating official returns from
the various fairs, it has been deter
mined that .Miss Slam! Itiee of Wag
ner creek has won at Salem a first
nward on varieties of garden prod
ucts; Sliss Helen Duglcy, securing
fnvomble comment for canned fruit
ami vegetables. Sliss Freda Hanson,
10 years old, u pupil of Valley View
seljool, in the Slyer creek district, ami
who lives with the Davenhills in that
vicinity, won first on jellies ut Tal
ent, and at the county fair at Sled--ford
was awatded first on bread and
second on fruit cake in the children's
and ladies' department, respectively.
local bucks who have returned
lioin the hunting grounds the past
.....!. :.,..i...i -I........ u. .... ...i...
.... ,v .......... v.. -..-. .,....,-, ,.,.
seemed a KlU-ponud deer, dre-pcd,
in the Trail district. Chnuucey Cnse
heer, it young tuiihtcur, got a three
prong animal near the Ashland mine.
Rev. W. J. Douglass, iieeoinpauied by
his sou nud George Slathes, ulso hit
the tall timber. Slathes shot the
deer, but divided honors ami steaks
with the prcachiiY, whose son got lost
in the Siskiyou wilds und wus finally
loseued over the California line. I'pon
reaching Ashland he struck out for
his home in Portland, passing (he
buck to hunters more bkilfullv in
clined. Kriiorted by Jncksou County Ab
trct Co., Sixth and Fir fits.
Ileal I'.'slalo Transfers
S. D. Steffy ot ux to Kdwnnl 10.
Hull, lot 1 bit; 3 Kenwood
add. Medford $10.00
.Mm. Heinle Baudall to W. A.
Pyliuru, lot 0 idk 55 Central
Buby L. Illtzler et ux to C.
Illtzler, lot S und I blk 07
Contral Point 10.00
Kdwln S. Illtzler et ux to C.
IlluUr. lot 4 blk 2 Amlomon
Toft add. Medford 10.00
Chit. X. IUyio to J. W. Urnuer
land In sac. 84, 37, IV7, and
In 0, 38. IW lTj.00
C. . Xinlngor ot ux to II. K.
Xowton, loin In bly C B. B.
add. Ashland 1BO0.O0
Gooiio II. Harvey to I). 1.
Jackson at ux, laud on Nut
ley St., Ashland 10.00
W. I). Willis et al to Q. F. liill
Inga, mining and water dlteh
from Aatiland creek 10.00
If. S. Illtzler et ux to C. 11 Hilar
land Iti Vol(r !d. McsUjird 10.00
C. Illtalar et ux to Buhy U
'. IJItaJor ot vlr. lots 3 and 4
blk. 07 Central Point 10.00
a.HUilur ot ux to ISdwin S.
IiUar at ux. land In Woltor
add. Madford 14.00
C. llltslar ot ux to Kdwln S,
HUtlar at ui. lot 4 blk I Aa
darMn Toft add. Madford.... 10.00
Notice U hrely ilvan that ths M-
daralgnad will aoil to tba ottjr aonn
II at Its meeting to li li-ld 8.iam-
kftr 2 tut, I til'.. :or a license to sell,
malt. ilrltiiou. - 4 lnous ilipiora In i
qaaatitute lea tUau iia on iii
laea of bualataa ou Waal Mu .. '?, '
COURT HOUSE NEWS
rIM of !dfor.. until Jaauarv iri
ll IIOTKI. MliKOKD
Pad a'tuil;rr 4 lb, 1115.
No. 31 te&rcned out one ot the noronovv
bandits holding tho fountry In bondiRo nnO
teltlng tno cictiu plants, set out In purtultl
INTKIIUIMAX AUTO CAIt CO."
Lcnvo Mcdford daily except Sun
dny for Ashlund, Talent and Thocnlx
at S n. in., 1:15. 3:U0 and 5:15 and
10:15 p. m. (Saturday nt 11:15 p.
m.) Sunday leave at 8:00 and 11:00
a. in., 1:00, 5:00 and 0:30 p. m.
Lcnvo Aslilnud dally excopt Sunday
nt 0:00 a. m., 12:50, 2:30. 4:30 and
7:00 p. in. and Sunday nt 10:00 a.
in.. 12 nnon. 4:00. G and 10:30 p. in.
IIKMNQI'KNT SAIjH XOT1CK
CAIiH'OltXIX.OKKGO.V l'OWKIt CO.
Location of Principal 1'lnco otlius
Ineen, San Krancluco, California.
NOTICK There are dollniiuont up
on tho following described ntock, on
account of AsHuoHincnt No. 1, levied
on tho 20th day or June, 1015, tho
tiovoral nmouiitH not opposlto tho
iiunios of the reHpectlvo shurohoIderH
Clara C. lloequoraj:, Cort. Xo
CO RlmroH. flS. 00.
Chester L. Hovoy, Cort. Xo.
200 shares, JfiO.00.
Lllllo B. Hollirook, Cort. Xo.
40 shares, $12.00.
Montgomery . T. S Cert. No. 311,
40 shares, $12.00.
.Mercantile Trust Company of San
Francisco, Trustee, Cert. Xo. US, 100
Mercantile Trust Company of San
KrandHco, Trustee, Cort. Xo. 3 10, 210
Mercantile Trust Compnny of Sim
Kranclseo, Trustee, Cort. Xo. 342, 400
Morcnnillo Truet Company of San
PrnnelHCo, Trtlstco, Cort. Xo. 3 13, 2i0
Mercantile Trust Company of San
i Francisco, Trustoe, Cort. Xo. 3 15, 400
Moroantllo Trust Conipnny of San
Francisco Trustee, Cort. Xo. 340, 200
Mercantile Trust Company of San
Francisco, Trustee, Cert. Xo, 301,
2000 shares, $000.00.
Mercantile Trust Company of Snn
Francisco, Trustee, Cort. Xo. 302,
2000 eharos, $000.00.
Mercnntllo Trust Company ot San
Francisco, Trustee Cert. Xo, 3G3,
2000 Hharos, $000,000.
Morcantllo Trust Company of San
Francisco, Trustee, Cort. Xo. 3G4,
2000 Hlmros, $000.00.
John Van Oonhurgh, Cort. Xo. 213,
40 shares. $12.00.
P, WllllaniH, Cort. Xo. 330, 2000
And In accordnneo with law and nit
order of tho Hoard of Directors nuido
on the 10th day of August, 1015, so
many alures of each parcel of audi
stock as may bo necessary will bo sold
at public auction at the office of tho
company, number 131 Leldesdorff
Street, San Franolsco. California, on
Monday, September 27th, 1915, nt tho
hour of 12 o'clock noon of said day,
to pay mild delinquent assessment
thoronii, (another with costs of ad
vettlslng and expenses of milo.
Secrolnry of California-Oregon Power
Offlce: Xumbor 131 Leldosdorff
Struct, San Francisco, California.
fob ui:.vr iiouhhs
sleoiilng porches, good eoudlllon,
$!t; water paid. .1, W. Wakefield.
107 Rust 1st. 154
FOB BKXT Woll furnished, 7
room houio, with sleeping porch,
mm West lOtti St., Phone s(u-J or
FOB BUNT Ton room house, full
attic, full cement basement, fur
nace, garage. Mrs. J. 12. Watt, 215
li. Jackson St. 151
FOB BliNT Six room modern bun
galow, oast front, .signing porrh,
fine aliadg; garage. Phono 1SS-X.
FOR HKNT g.rooui furnished houso
rant $1& oloie In: no elilldrou.
luqulre Pa I hi Hoomlng lloub, I3u
W. Main. 150
IjX)K ItBXT Modern 0-room bunga
low, cueap; close in. Phone 13-X.
FOB KKXT 8-roow farnlsiiMi bouse
at 431 Woodstock si.; rent reas
onable Stag j. w. Horrlan or Dr.
FOR RENT A-l
KOlt It K N'T Mo.larn l-room house,
lu.'l V .( 1 ut li st, $H ou, water
li.ilil Hvnuutt lutcatmaiit Co.
kei: kkT Close la room hovse
with slaaidng norrb. modern
plumbing, olaetric llabls. ccnient
idwsli.. garage, on paved street
It.n r.-a.-wmatile. Iiuiulrc of II ('
. UIimI, Med ford, Oregon. lf
ru. mt k.u.4.,wtil,i. tfliTf.,mi4l
Ono cent per word per lsauo.
Six Insertions for prlco of flvo.
Fifty conts per lino per month
on kisnt riiH.-MMiitn hoomh
"iV lii-ixTi Funiisheii TroontB, 2 blks
from federal building. 215 X.
FOR UI3XT Furnished rooniB, 2.1
South Central. ft
l'OK ItlCXT linUHICKKId'INO
suites, $G, $8 a mouth, clone in.
good condition; good tires: will
take part cah. A bargain If taken
at once. Phone 020-.I.
FOB 8ALH Petlto nnd Silver prunes
for butter and preserves. Crnn
dell Orchard, Phonu 011-111. 150
FOB SALU Kxtru fnnoy Klhorta
poaches. A. W. Stone.
FOB SALU AUulfu hay, $10.00 por
ton. W. B. tiiiiu, phono 5-F2.
FOB SALK Polo mountain buggy,
good as new. Palmer Investment
Co., Modoo Orchard.
FOB SALIC 2-soatcd Vollo hack with
polo. Phono 052-J.
FOB SALK Wood saw, gusollno on
glue, l-horsopowor, ohonp. 128
FOB SALIC Stock iiogsialso young
pigs and brood sows. 10. II, Woh
torfluld, Phono 10-F4. 150
FOB SALK Stock hogs, pigs', sows
and pigs; sown to farrow. Grunt
Allder, Bohh Lane, 153
FOB SALK Cheap, olght oxtra good
young work mares, woll broke, two
sots of houvy work harnoss. Vln
foii's barn, North Blvorsldo nvo-
FOB BAIJC ItltAl KSTATH
FciTrSALK-00 ncros lami,TlnViooii
soil, deeded water right, 7 room
houso, olcctrlc lighted, inadorn,
4Gx3G barn, fonccd Page wlro, 40
acros In alfalfa, cum, sugar hoots
and small gardon truck, 20 acres
In pears, Harriott and D'AnJou,
small peach orchard, team horses,
cow, farm Implements and nil crop
goes with placo. For prlco and
particulars, address Box 55, B. P.
I), No. 2, L. M. C. Central Point,
BKAL K8TATK FOB SALK All
kinds of property for Brtlo or ox
change. Cold Bay Bealty Co,
FOB SALK Farm land, fruit land,
timber land, laud from $5,00 per
noro upwards on long tlmo. Gold
Bay Bealty Co.
FOB 8ALK---Wyowa Placo. 80 acres,
finely Improved Boguo Blver Vnl
loy land, 314 miles north Kaglo
Point. Keo or address owners, W.
II. Crundall ou thu place, or .1. T.
Carpenter, 345 N. Hartlott, Med
ford. no agents. 150
IT IS VOCK HCSIXUSS TO HKH MK
Hocauso my stuck in trade Is to
have optioned nt tho lowoat cash
price tho host buy In this county.
1 havo been on too ground look
ing out for you fur tho past flvo
years. Nearly ovorydny 1 hava In
vestigated some "good thlug." I have
ollmlnuted everything except those
deals whlsh I am convinced will s
tnro me satisfied oustomors.
In a few hours time I can give you
the benefit of this rwiearoh. It Is my
bualuess to show you over tho county
und Introduce you to the possibilities
and opportunities here. See Mad
ford first and
J. C. BARNES
1(K Wrt Main Street
forcrd him to run through the
cactus till he was covered with
ii klp m'axti:h--fi:malk
SVVXwfD (lirl for" gonoral "offlco
work cither whole or part time;
state experience, If any, and salary
expected. P. O. Box 287, City. 150
WAXTKD Mlddlo-ngod lady for gen
eral housework, Call at 330 So.
Fir street. 149
WANTKO List your houses for rout
with us. Bennett Investment Co.
WAXTKD llavo party to rent fur
nished house. Henuett Iuvosttuont
WANTED A gentleman roomer In
prtvnto family of two; furnaco
lieat and all modem conveniences,
close in. Box .SO, euro Mull Tribune.
WAXTKD A lady teacher to board
and room. Addresa 312 South
King ntreet. 141)
NTKD-HIbIi school boys nnd
girls to room and board, closo In.
lnqulro 105 South drape. 150
WAXTKD Largo knitting mill In
vites correspondence from women
desirous of earning ulonoy, part or
full time. Good pay. Kxporlonco
unnecessary. International Mills,
Inc., Norrlstowu, Pa. 200
fob"salk"ob kxcmangk To
acres highly Improved alfalfa ranch
In tho celebrated Modesto Irrigation
district, ono mile from B. B. sta
tion pn fltato highway. Write
ownor, L. O. Johnsou, Botito A..
Modosto, Cnllf. 162
TAKKN UP 3 .lersoy cnlvos; 1 stcor
snlf, crop oft right oar; I holfer,
brand on right hip fig. 2, with boll
on; 1 holfer, lope on neck. Ownor
otiii havo same by paying ad und
food. W. B. Lamb. 152
LOST In .Medford or on road to my
residence at Table Bock, a gold
watch. Flndor pleasn notify mo
nnd receive reward. S. M. Noalon,
Central Point. 152
MOXKV -M LOAN
MONKY TO LOAN Ou general ranch
securltj. Dennett Investment Co.
I'OKTHB J. NKFF, WM. r. MKALISI
Attornoys-nt-Law, Rooms 8 and
9, Medford National Hank bldg.
A. H. RBAMKB, LAWYKR Oarartt
Wm. M. Colvlg, George H. Bobertt
COLVIO & ROUKBTfi. LAWYISB8
Medford National Hank Building
II. F. MULKRY & GKO. W. OIIKRR1
Attorneyu nt Law. Jackson Coun
ty Dank Building.
LAIIKB AUTO 8PBINO CO. Ws
are operating tho largest, oldest
and best equipped plant In tho Pa
ctflo northwest. Use our springs
when othors fall. Bold under guar
autoe, 26 North Fifteenth fit,
DlCwT ST VAN "SCO iTOO
UK. O. O. VAN BCOYOU
Oarnett-Corey HIdg., aulta 111
Uedford Oro. Phono 85R.
j.iu nc:os with 150 acre In culti
vation, house ami good barn with
ba fork, shop and good well, several
springs ou the placo. This laud Is in
gialti aud corn tits year, and raised
good crops. Close o school, and not
fai from Medford.
It In priced to move. Only $27. 5o
per aire, riuI It will surely move nt
that price, as a single crop should
pay for It. l-ong time may be hud
on $4000 at per cent.
Home furnished bouses for rent.
C. D. HOON
Boom ti, IiuLmiu iiiinty Bank Bldg.
NO. 5 -THEN I FLOGGED HIM TILL UK
ROARLD FOR MERCY. HE PROMISED TO
PEACE IN MEXICO!
Collections and Itcportj
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS W
collected somo Accounts 14 years
old. Wo know bow to got the
monoy. Tho Bullock Mercantile
Agency, Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 3, Hat
kins' Bldg., 21G K. Main St.
DR. A. R. HEDGES. Dr. Louise B.
Hodges Mechnno-Tlioraplsts, Chiro
practors, Bpnndylothoraplats. These
systems, Including dietetics, cura
tive gymnastics, bydro-theraphy,
etc., produce results In both acuta
and chronic diseases. Consults
tlon free. Over Deuel & Co., cor
ner Main and Dartle'.t. Hours
a. m. to B p, m. Other hour bf
appointment. Phono 170,
DR. R. J. LOCKWOOD,, Chiropractor,
nerve specialist Rooms 203-204-205.
Garnctt-Oorey bldg. Vapor
baths nnd sclcntlflo massage given;
noodlo spray, head and shoulder
ahowor In connoctlon; advice la
dietetics, medical gymnastics,
hydropthernpy. Lady attendant
Phone, offlco 543, residence 611-K.
Engineer and Contractor
contractor, 404 M. F. & II. DIdg.
Surveys, estimates. Irrigation,
dralnngo, orchard and land Im
UABHAOH Get your premises
clcunod up for the summer. Call
on tho city garbage wagons for
good service. Phone 274-L. 1
Instruction Ut Mssie
HAICHT MUSIC STUDIO Room
401, Cnrnett-Coroy DIdg. Fred AL
ton Halgut Piano, Mrs. Florenes
Hnlllday Hulght, voice. Phone
IliiLEN N."" YOcicEY No'urirulfirJ
He. nrlng your work to mo at the
slun of the Mull Tribune.
l'hyoslcians anft Burgeons
DR. F. O. CARLOW, DR. EVA
MAINS CARLOW OitoopathU
physicians, 410-417 Qarnott-Corsy
bldg., phono 103G-L. Restdente
20 South Luurol St.
DR. W. W. HOWARD OsteopatMt,
physicians, 303 Garnett-Corey
building. Phono U04-M.
DR. J. J. EMMENS Physician amO
surgeon. Practlco llmltod to eye,
ear, noso and throat. Eyes scien
tifically tested aud glasses sup
plied. Oculist and Aurist for S. P.
R. R. Co. Offices M. F. & II. Co,
DIdg., opposite P. O. Phone 667.
DR. R. W. CLANCY Physician an
aurgoon. Phones, offlco 36, real
donee 724-J. Office hours 10 t
12, 2 to 5.
DR. 8. A. LOCKWOOD
DR. MYRTLE S. LOCKWOOD
Physicians and surgeons. Offle
309-310-311, M. F. & II. Bldg.
Phouea residence, S14-J2; office,
DR. MARTIN C. HARDER -Physician
and surgeon. Otflce Palm
block, opposite Nash Hotol. Hours
10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phono 110-J.
T. G. HEINE, M. D., SPECIALIST i
Eyo, ear, noso and throat, offloe
228 East Main; resldenco 1131
KaBt Main: office hours 9 a. ut. to
12 m.; 1:30 to 5 p. m. Telephones
Olflce, 303; ;rosldoaco, 303-J2.
Printers ana PubUstters
UEDFORD PBINTINO CO. bas tee
beat equipped printing office la
southern Oregon; book blndlug,
loose loaf ledgorH, billing systems,
etc. Portland prices. 27 Nerta
EAD8 TRANSFER & BTORAOK CO.
Office 42 North Front Bt. Phoas
316. Prices right. Service guar
anteed. Tjimvv rltcr umT Mtipplie.
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES
Jjawr Romliigton, Srin Prcmlr
and Monarch tyr"i"uss, mldlng
and subtrJCtlT muk-tnes, rebutU
machtaos nu or easy pay
meats. l- hint- for rnl 'tdioas
an' . -i-tit; at a i Winds, simple r
ta.i f'H t.' i-hargo linger tv
IV.nti - o Ilk-OM
sl a 8 ll, or f almot PUo PUm. .