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OLD NICODEMUS NIMBLE AT THE FRONT
MTCPFOKD MATL TKTTirNE, OTJ)FORDt OttTCCJOX. "WTCDNURTUY. SEPTUMBKT? 15, 1015
USHUWD AND VICINITY
City Attorney Moore la ia Salem
attending a hearing before the public
service commission wherein Medford,
Grnnts P-iss nnd Klnmnth Falls nre
complainants against the Oregon-California
Power company regarding
light nnd power rntes. Mr. Mooro Is
present meroly as an Interested spec
tator seo'clng pointers, Inasmuch as
Blnco tho tecont special election hero
Ashland Is standing pat ns to electric
Tho Presbyterian church lias
changed It's prayer schedule- from
Thursday to Wednesday evening. The
choir also meets for musical target
i pradjtlco'oii Thursday Ins tend of Fri
day evening as heretofore.
A. It. ltomnr, former Southern Pa
cific employe hore but temporarily
now of Sacrumonto, Is about to leavo
for South Amorlcn to locnte perma
nently. ; His address will ho Moro
F. 0. McW'illlams In on -the sick llRt
being nffllotod wllh stoniach trouhle
and hiccough complications,
Mrs. Kdnn Nell Torrenco of Hilt
was n visitor early In the week with
lior parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leandcr
In n recent notice In theso columns
of tho observance of tho birthday an
niversary of Mrs. Clara II. Purucker
of .Mcdford, that lady's ago wos given
ns 54 years.i Her son II. o., who lives
horo, Is authority for tho statement
that his mother Is only 52, which al
legation, can be readily proved by a
t ramlllar rermula: G4 minus 1120
leaves 52 art tho ready solution. Three
wns no Intent to overrate tho age of
anyono living In the lively town of
.Mcdford whoro the fountain of youth
( flows poronnlnlly. Wo stand corrcct
Vfd, ' r' '
" Carl and Hay Murphy, broncho
busters, whoso r.ceno of oj)oratlons
lies lu the Emigrant creek section,
nro booked for a trip to tho San Fran
cisco exposition within a fow days.
Oorgo Irwin of .this city has ro
. contly purchased of G. W. Scott 20
acres of flno farming land near Tal
ent. This adjoin,, property which Ir
win already owns In that locality and
the purchase wns mado to cinch tho
samo beforo others got onto tho
ground floor. Consideration $2000,
C. II. Lnmkln negotiating tho dcnl.
.Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Turner return
1 ' ed Tuesday from an extended trip
to the central west, nioro particular
ly Iowa nnd South Dakota.
Hay Murphy captured first prize in
the relay horse race at the Mcdford
fair, tho feat netting him (250.
Chns. I j. Hanson of Jacksonville,
stale IIairfct sealer of weights nnd
measure In southern Oregon territory,
was hero Tuosday on official busi
ness. A threatened collision in local
yards tho other day was narrowly
uverted when prlvato roaches of tho
Hock Island and Chicago Great Wes
tern system passed hero north nnd
Loutli bound respectively on two dis
tinct nnd separate tracks nt one and
tho same hour. Ah It was, tho oc
cupants of tho palatial coaches "worn
nil shook up" ovor tho exchange of
rourtesloM which occurred during tho
brief stop nt this terminal.
Several local sportsmen wero tho
loci pit nets of courtesies nt tho hnnds
of friends In tlw wny of invitations
to nttond the recont annual wild game,
banquet, nt lleddlng In which over
22020 Saportanion from fivo north
em' counties qX California partici
pated, Siskiyou being nmong tho num
ber. Hoar, door, duck nnd other wild
gamo figured on the banquet.
.1. J. Wood, of northern Idaho, was
hore Mommy ns a prospect I vo sottler,
nlio ranowlng the acquaintance of
follow r8ldent.s in former years of
Woodbttrv count), Iowa. Ho Is n
hnrdwaro merchant and landowner,
also having "served time" In tho Iowa
The Kdglngton fifmlly nro onjoylng
a reunion here. Local residents nro
Hobort P. and Mooro C, father and
son. Floyd recently came to Jon
father and brother, and u later ar
rival is Mrs. Frank L. Parker, a
daughter and sister of Hutchinson,
Kansas, who has not visited this bec-
tlon before wMiin five years past
Over 25,001) fcot of piping for tho
llthla waters has arrived. It is of
816 Inch dlamotoi Inside moasure
menUi and of peculiar construction to
withstand action of the mineral wat
ers. It will be Inclosed In a wood
conduit. Ovor 50,000 feet will be
roqulred to fill the springs contract.
Miss Nellie Ileaver. teaching in tho
Gregory district near Colestln. Is an
othor Instructor who chapbronod her
ontlro student following to partici
pate in tho ploasuros of the recent
fair at Medford. Thoy made Ashland
a pgrt of call both an route and re
turning, detraining hero at tho hos
pitable homo of A. M. Honver for
-feed and .water."
Dr. .lame K. Itondor. local homeo
pathlat. loft for Santa Rosa. Cnl.,
oftrly in the week, lite health bavlug
bun considerably Indisposed or lata
Hud it was thought a change or cli
mate might provo honoflcial. ill
Hire aeeoinpanloJ him.
The Pgolfle highway having been
located about two mile distant from
HUt. Just over the California border,
ililxenn of that enterprising town
MMJVEWW ELIXIR OP LIFE
ANiMfflEO SHADOW PEOffP
Jnr ffinW lOnce, 'while aeoutiiu; In Mex
5'f2?;'C0 cbanwd upon a py aharptnisg
" C' hti knife.
havo petitioned tho Siskiyou county
board of supervisors to havo u miss
ing connecting link finished up in
good shnpe, cvon If it Is not sub
An imposing looking structure is
the new Chautauqua building, plans
for which havo boon submitted by
Kvorolt Smith, Iccnl architect. Tho
same may bo scon on tho walls of
tho Hllflngs realty offices.
Varmints across tho etato border
are taking on a new lense of life,
due tn tho fact that Siskiyou county
ban abolished tho "duties" In the way
of bounty on coyotes nnd wildcats.
Local Flkn nre preparing to attend
lu herds the roundup at Medford,
Thursday, Sept. 23, on tho occasion
of tho dedication of tho elaborate
new tomplo nf the order in that city.
J. A. Kohagon, of the novelty store,
In tho Enders block, is adding musi
cal Instrumentnnnd mcrchnndlso to
his stock in n specific department do
votod to that purpose. Geo. II. Wil
son will he associated with him in
tho enterprise. ,
Taking ndvant'tgo of the absonco of
her husband nnd son-ln-lnw ' on a
hunting expedition, Mrs. Laura
Douglas,., wife of tho local Methodist
parson, nccompanleil by her daughtor-
lu-law, who has been visiting hero
from Portland, eloped on a tour to
Crntor Lake recently.
An nuto curiosity wns on tho streeta
tho last of the weok, booked as a
Itco, model of 1000, nnd wns con
signed to F. Chauniotin, 315 Van
Ness Ave., San Frnnclsro, beings tag
ged, "llccnso applied for." It was a
veritable dorellct, loaded to the gun
wales with camp equipago, and rated
as u-.two-pasBonger car. During a
brief stop on the Plnra whero It an
chored for Huppllos nud to get proper
bearings preparatory to continuing
n trnubcoutlnontal tour, It was tho
cynosuro of many inquisitive) eyes.
As to type it wns readily identified
by Konneth McWllllams.
In connection with tho announce
ment that tho Southern Pacific is
ready to take back Its striking ear
shop nnd roundhoiiso employes, It is
taken for granted that this offer ap
plies to the reinstatement of tho men
from time to tltno us vacancies may
occur. The walkuut occurred sev
eral years ago and about 25 men nt
this divisional terminal wero affect
ed, tho places of whloh were filled
long slnco. Most of'thom havo drift
ed to othor places or enteied differ
Williiim t'ottnll of the Meadow
wns clown hi the MiUe.v l-'riilnj.
Claude nnd Penney Chapman wn
business iiton nt the liymoml
ranch one luy lost week.
Wallace Dinkciih Hictl throunh
heie laht Stindny oil liix wny to tho
Mr. ninl Mi. Hill if Jleaslo woro
plenant visitor in.town .MoikIhv.
Mr. nnil Mr, rooro, Mr, uml Mr.
Simler left In-1 1'riiluy for Apple?te,
vhore they will oamp ami gather Iier
rio. The huncli tlmt k-ft !nt week for
Crescent City itiliirueil homo Sundiiy.
Mr. Dotv and Clnv Conley repoit it
fuwi nnd enjoyftble trip, hut they say
(Ife rpniU ivejo very rough.
Tu nini ll)reliiuK machine i
through thrriliinif for this mjhVoh.
They intend to sturt the riiHr
rul litcjmry iip'tiKniii iu n fw- week.
and we liope that it ix suceci-aful uml
that every one will take part,
lun Chapman worked n day Inst
wiwk for Mr. Hith4H.
Tli 'incieiiti hauled h eoiiple of
loMtlet of llOfTi off IlMt MiHiday.
luiil ('tine liuulwl n lnd it tfraiii
to town IW Mo'iilnv
lht river H'.ul Iih In en ki ft Mry
imy tUik Miiiniiu'i with ,iuli Lriivtr to
the lke nnd .-mil" 'niinliii.'
Mr. Thnnibnif ut rutral I'oiut
i-ajiie out la-t Mi'iiiluy lo (lliu."'
to Kfl hi-. Ulli, v b' ha-, bii'li ciiok
ini; on the (llass tlircuhiug muchiue
There nre n number n round hero
Hint intend to go to the fair at fluid
Hill Sutunlny. They ulwi intend lo
stay for lite ilnnee nt nilit.
The MKm". Lillian nud Viola (Imp
mini ilri.' down in the lower Sum
" alley TliuiNilny.
Reiortod by Jnckoou County At
tract Co., Ulxth and Fir Bti.
Ciilifoniiu -Oregon Power Vo. v.
Conner Lund Co. Action to recover
IMnte of Aiuhw MeCnllon. He
port of Mute treiiMirer by ndininin-
Kstute of .liune.s Ilurtlrf.
of finul seitlemetil.
IWnto of John T. Lnytoii.
Hhtnte of John 1 1 tint lo v
appointing uduiiuistrntor l)u
Kstnte of A. Silshy. Onler for
sule of ivnl propeity.
Knlute of .JiHliiin.Xenthiiiniiicr. Or
der nibiiilting will lo probate.
Kslule of Clyde A. Mieneur, minor.
Order uutlintuiug inortpigo.
Kcxil Islalo 'luinsffiN
Joe llnunuh Jr., et nl to V.
C. Coffoen, lot 'J, llk. .',
Hnss Add. Medford, V. I).. 10
V. 0. AldeiiliUKiiu et ux to T.
K. Seuutlin, lot on Korlli
OrniiKo St., Medfonl, V. 1). .,."il!(l
T. K. Seuutlin el tt.v to Sttrnii
J. UiiMtiiijtHWit on Xoiih
Oilinge SI. Medford, W. 1). Ill
W. M. Scott et ujc to J. A.
JiiequoM, lul in AnIiIuikI, .
1). . fill
M. I,. Air. ml et u.x to It. If.
Toft, Intrt 7 mid 1), hlk. :),
Impel inl Add. Medfonl, U
1). .. 10
Penil WiUhiie In I.eo II. Sun
der et u, hind in T. :iH it.
1 , 1). m . . 10
INTHItUltltA.V AUTO OAlt CO.
Loavo Medford daily except Sun
day for Ashland, Tnlont and Phoenix
at 8 a. m., 1:15. 3:30 nnd ft: IK nnd
10:15 v. m. (Saturday at 11:15 p.
m.) Sunday loavo at 8:00 and 11:00
a. m., 1:00, f:00 nnd 9:30 p. in.
Lenvo Ashland dally o.Vcopt Sunday
nt 0:00 a. m., 12: GO, 2:30. 4:30 and
7:00 p. m. and Sunday at 10:00 a.
m 12 noon, 4:00, C nud 10:30 p. m,
Notlco Is hereby given that tho un
dorsigued will apply to tho city coun
cil nt its mooting to bo held Septem
ber Slut, 1!)1S, for a license to noil
malt, spirituous and vinous liquors in
quantities loss thnn a gallon on Its
lnco of business on West Mnln street,
city of Medford, until January 1st,
1910. 1IOTISL Mi:i)FOJlD.
Duted Soptombor 4th, 1915.
llHLIXgPKXT K.lliK XOTICK
CAIjII-ORXIA-ORIWiKV IHIWKH CO.
Location of Pr'nclpal Place of litis
Inoss, Snn Francisco, California.
NOTICE There nre delinquent up
on tho following described stock, on
account of Assossmont No. 1, levied
on tho 29th day of Juno, 1015, the
several ajnoiilitu sot oppoulto tho
names of the respective thanholdorri
Clara C. Rooquoraz, Cort. No. 234,
GO shnros, $1S.00.
Choster L. llovey, Cort. No. 262,
200 shu res, $60.00.
LIUlo S. llolbrook, Cart. No. 313,
40 shares, $12.00
Montgomor. T. S.. Cert. No. 311,
40 shares, $12 00.
Mercantile Trust Comiany of San
Franoiscn, Trustee, Cort. No. US, 100
Murcanille Trust f'oinjwny nf JUn
Fntnclsso, Trustuu, Cert. Kn. 140. -40
shaies, $71 00
MoreantilA Triut c iiuanv of San
Frauclaco, Truate, Curt ' , 400
Morcunlilo Tru.-I foninnny of finn
FranclMo. Triihtco Tort No 343, 2U0
sharci, $t;o no
COURT HOUSE NEWS
No. 31 took out ny"iniglc lotllo and poured omo of my
faaoui elixir of life on tho shadow thrown against the rocki
by hit bone. The ahadow apracg to Ufel
JUDGE FOR YOURSELF
Which Is Itettvi- Tiy nn i:xHiiiuent
or IM-iiflt by n Medfortl Cltlen'n
Something now Is nn experiment.
Must bo proved to bo ns ropresont-
The statement of n manufacturer Is
not convincing proof of merit.
Hut the endorsement of frionds is.
Now Hiipposlng you had n bad back,
A lamo, woak or aching onu,
Would you oxporlmont on it?
You will rend of many cio-cntlod
indorsed by stningora from far
It's different when tho ondorsomont
conies from homo.
ICnsy to prpvq locnl testimony.
Head this Medford case:
C. C. Krlhs, grocor, W. Main St.,
Medford, nays: VI suffered fiom u
dull ncho in tho small of my back
for monthsJThe kidney ecrtnlons
wero unnatupl and I had trouble in
controlling' them. T finally got a
supply of Dorm's Kidney Pills nnd
took two or'threo boxes. The pain
left me unit- my kldneya nro now in
much better nhn'pe."
Price) 50c, at nil iJealerH. Don't
simply ask for a kldnoy remedy got
Dean's Klilnpy J'llls- the sanio tlmt
Mr. KrU lulil Foster-Mllburn Co.,
Props., Iluffalo, X. Y. Adv.
Morcantllo Trust Coinpnny of Snn
Francisco. Trustoe, Cert. -No. 345, 400
Mercantile 'Trust Company of Snn
Francisco Trustee, Cert. No. 340, 200
shares, $00. oo.
Mercantile Trust Company or snn
Francisco, Trustee, Cert. No. 3C1,
2000 shares, $000.00.
Mercumtllo Trust Company of Snn
Frnnulseo, Trustee, Cert. No. 302,
2000 xhaies, $000.00.
Mercantile TriiHt Coinpnny of Ban
Francisco, Trustoo, Cert. No. 3C3,
2000 share, $000,000.
Mercantile Trust Company of Ban
Francisco, Trustee, Celt. No. ii(!4,
2000 slimes, $000.00.
John Van Donburgh, Cert. No. 243,
40 shares, $12.00.
P. Wllllnms, Cert. No. 380, 2000
And in accordance with law and an
order of the Hoard of Dlroctors mado
on the 19th day nf August, if) 15, m
muny shares of each parcel of such
stock ns may bo nocecumry will Iib sold
ut public auction ut the office of the
company, number 131 Luldnsdorff
Street, Snn Francisco, California, on
Monday, September 27th, 1910, nt tho
hour nf 12 o'clock noon of said day,
to pay said delinquent atwessment
thereon, together with costs or, ad
vertising and x pen so of ttaln.
Sooretnry of California-Oregon Power
Office: Niimbor 1S1 Loldosdorff
Street, Sun FranoUco, California.
FOR IH5.NT IIOUKKKKKPINO
FOR RUNT Modern house kooplng
so It as, $6, $S a month, clone lu.
234 Kust ath.
njii .- V - -r- - - :.-cjss.
FOR HUNT KUltftMirctJ HOOMH
'OR RKNT Furnished rooms, 8 blks
from federal building. 2 15 N.
FOR RKNT Fin hUliod rooms, 201
South Central. 153
FOR RKXT MOtJSKS
FOR RKXT Nino roomwl house, 4
sleeping porches, good condition,
$20, water paid. J. W. Wakefield.
107 Uasl 1st. 154
FOR RKXT Ton' room house, full
attic, full cjumant haaement, fur
nace garHge, Mrs. J. IC. Watt, J 15
K. Jacktou St. 151
FOR RKNT -Six room modorn bun
galow, east front, sleeping porch,
flue shade; garage. Phoue HOi-X.
FOR RMNT A-l bungalow
FOR RKNT Modorn B-rooin houso,
1031 Wt loth St., $K.u0, witter
paid, lieuustt liiroatmunt Co.
FOR RKXT Oloso in 5 room houso
with sleeping pencil, modem
plumbing, electric lights, cement
sidewalk, garage, on paved street.
Rent reasonable Inquire of II. ('
Stuii4id, Medford, Oregon. tf
TTTTTini "i i i i i i irmnm rni n inT"ii-rniiiirninia'MiiMiiiMw nMiMiTiWMiTirrTrnnr-iTTMrrMTiiiiiiMiiMM n i ...i i wrT- i ft r,
No. 31 leaped on the shadow and then began a wild
chisel The bandit was so frightened Ms teeth chattered!
FO ft sVt.Ti-15x Tni fllio mIssIo u
grapes i!c per pound. ' Telephone
FOR SALi: Ford nuto, piano, com
bination hookcaso nud ddsk, duvon
port bad, soma rockers mid other
house furnishings, this week only;
nil good condition. M. Vertln,
Phone il-Fll. IBS
FOR SALK- -Kowniioo water nyBtom,
fiOO gal. tank, 1-3 hnrso power
electric motor mid pump. Address
X, Mnll Tribune. 153
FOR SALi: Double disc plow, spring
tooth harrow, nlso full thorough
bred Poland China gelt mid m a I on.
.Tamos Campbell, 15L
FOR SALK Or will trado for tier
wood delivered, new llaln wide tiro
wagon and wood rack. Write Uov
3, caro Mall Tribune. 155
FOR SALIC I cylinder Reo car in
good condition; good tires; will
tuko part cash. A bargain If taken
nt once. Phono 020-.I.
A. W. Stono.
FOR SALK Alfalfa hay, $10.00 por
ton. W. It. Lamb, phono D-F2i
FOR SALK Polo mountnln bUggy,
good as now. Palmer lnvcntinont
Co., Modou Orchard.
FOR SALK 2-soated Velio hack with
pole. Phono C52-J.
FOR SALK Wood snw, gnsollno en
gine, 4-horsepower, cheap. 12K
TOR HALlv i.ivinnwOR"
FOR SALK Sow, to fnrrow soon;
nlso joiiug pigs. Phono 857-R.
FOR SALK Stock hogs, plus, sows
mid plus; sows to furrow. Grant
Alhlor, Row) La no. 153
FOR SALK Cheap, eight extra good
young work mnieo, well broke, two
uuth of heavy work hariiosH. Vin
son's barn, North Riverside ave
FOR SALK IlKAU KSTATH
FoTl : 'mXDI'nmiinr land : willi flvo
million feet saw tinnier for ranch
property. Ilox S7, Routo 1, Med
FOR SALR 00 ncroa land, flno, (loop
soil, deeded water right, 7 room
houso, electric lighted, modern,
4Ux3G barn, fenced Pugo win;, 40
acres lu alfalfa, corn, suar boots
nud small garden truck, 20 acres
In peais, liartlett and D'AnJou,
small peach orchard, team horses,
cow, farm ImplomunlH mid all crop
gooa with place. For price and
particulars, mldromi Ilox 55, R, F.
D, No. 2, I,. M. C. Central Point,
RKAL KSTATK FOR SALI5 All
kinds of property for sale or ex
change. Uold Ray Realty Co,
FOR SALK Farm land, fruit land,
timber laud, laud from $5.00 per
acre upwards on long tlmu. Gold
Ray Realty Co.
l,-.--s X m
U'AXTISn ftl'J Urti'lONH
WANTICI) DroHNiUttkliiK. Phoim
479-.M. 1 14 loutli Central.
WA'NTKD Hy Jajianaso boy to cook
nnd do genornl housework for
small family, P. O. Itox 240, Med
WANTKD--Dics.iiiiakTnK sic Knight
fit root. 109
IT IS YOUR 111 KIXRSS TO Hltli MIS
DecaiiBo my slock in trado la to
hayo optioned at tho lowest cash
prlco tho best buy In this county.
I havo been on tno ground look
ing out for you for tho past flvo
years. Nearly oiorydny I hav& In
vestigated bo mo "good thing." I havo
ollinlnatoil everything oxcept those
deal which I am convinced will se
cure mo satlsflod customers,
In n few hours time I can glvo you
tho bouefit of this research. It is my
business to show you over tho comity
and introduce you to tho possibilities
and opportunities hore. Bee Med
ford first aud
J. C. BARNES
UKi Werit Main Ktn;ot
HO. 4- AT A SIGNAL FROM ME. MY STRANGE MOUNT
THEN KICKED THE SPY A HUNDRED FEET IN THE A1R1
HIS HORSE ESCAPED!
IlICTiP WAXTICll MALI?
WANTDD Ilakor'a helper. Apply
Nurml Raking Co.
II IXP WAXTKIl FKMAI.U
WANT COOK On near-by ranch,
steady employment. Must bo thor
oughly competent: would consider
mini and wife, or woman nnd
daughter. Ulvo full particulars
and referoncoa. Reply Mall Tri
Tr TT - tt; t.Jcri i .m .J r tT t
WANTHD Rest Ford touring car
$200 cash or lesn will buy. liox
J., Mall Tribune. 151
WANTKD--Llst your Iioiiscb for rent
with us, llennett investment Co.
VANTKDHnvo party to rent-furnished
house, llennett investment
WANTKD Large- knitting mill in
vites correspondence from women
desirous of earning monoy, part or
full tiino. aood pay. Kxpcricnco
unnecessary. International Mills,
Inc., Norrlstown, Pa. 200
- TT. tsc:', ri.rxsn
ITO KXCHANC.K Will trado Portland
Incomo IiiihIiiosi. property for 20 or
more ncies of alfalfa liind in tills
vnlloy. Vnluo $11000. K. d. Tinny,
210 Inrnett-Corey lllk. .. 155
FOR BAUrmfTRA. DT:-Now'saddlo
and 5-foot wall tent. 10x12. Will
tnko wood or wheat In trndo,
FOR SALK OR KXOIIANQK 40
acres highly improved alfalfa ranch
lu the celebrated Modesto irrigation
district, onenitlle from It. R. nta
tlon on stato highway. Writo
owner, L. O. Johnson, Routo A..
Modesto, Calif. 152
TAKKN UP 3 Jersey calves; 1 steer
nan, eroi on ngui inu. i iieuer,
brand cm right hip fig. 2, with bull
on; 1 hulfor, ropo on neck. Owner
can havo same by paying nd and
feed. W. R. Lamb. 152
LOST In Medford or on road to my
residence ut Table Rock, a gold
watch. Finder please notify mo
and receive reward. S. M. Nealon,
Ceutral Point. 152
MO.N'KV t LOAN
MONKY TO I) AN Ou genornl ranch
security, llennett Investment Co.
PORTKR J. NKFF. WM. r. MKALW1
Attorueys-at-Law, Rooms 8 and
9, Medford National Hank bldg.
A. H. RKAMUS, LAWYKR Uaraett
Wm. M. Colvlg, Oeorgo M. Roborti
COLVIG & ROUERTH, LAWyKRS
Medford National Hank Uuildlug
U. F. MULKKY & OKO. W. CIlERin
Attorneys at Law. Jackson Coun
ty Hank Uulldlng,
LAIIER AUTO BPR1NQ CQ. -W
aro operating the largest, oldest
and best equipped plant in the Pa
cific northwest. Usu our spring
when others fall. Sold under guar
antba 20 North Fifteenth Bt.
DR. W. M. VAN HCOYOO
UR. O. C. VAN UCOYOO
Oarnett-Core; Dldg., nlt Hi
Mmlford. Oro. liiono Kfirt.
2::o nc.es with 10 acres lu culti
vation, house and good barn with
hay fork, shop and good well, several
springs on the place. This land I in
gialn and corn U is year, aud rniiod
Reed ci op. CIojo to wheel, ami not
far from Medford.
11 U prioeil to wove. Only $37.50
per acre, and it will aurely move at
that price, us u single or.op should
pay for it. Long lime amy be had
on $4000 at 0 per cent.
Sqiiio furnished bousea for rcmtV
C. D. HOON
Rckiiii 10, .lurkkoii Count) Haul. UUlg,
ColIcctloiLs mid Report
COLLKCTION8 AND REPORTS W
collected' Bomo accounts 14 yoara
old. Wo know ltow to got th
money. Tho Dulloclc MVcnntlta
Agency, Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 3, Han
kins' Ultlg., 21C K. Mnln St.
DR. A. R. 1IKDOK9, Dr. Louise .
Hedges Nochano-Thoraplsts, Chiro
practors, HpondylothorAplsts. Theso
-system's, Including; dietetics, cura
tive gytnnactlcs, hydro-theraphy,
etc., produco results In both acuta
and chronic diseases. Consulta
tion free, Ovor Dcuol Co., cor
ner Main and RnrtleU. Hours t
a. ra. to 5 p. tn. Othor hours uj
appointment. Phone 170,
PR. R. J. LOCKWOOD,, Chiropractor,
norvo suoclullst Rooms 208-204-SOC.
Onrnott-Corey bldg. Vapoi
baths and sclontlf lo massage given',
ncodte spray, head and shouldet
shower- in connection; advice la
dlotetlcs, medical gymnastic,
hydroptberapy. Lady attendant
Phono, office 543, resldoncu CU-R
Kugincerf nad Contractor
FRKD. CUM MINfS KuEeur tiad
contractor, 401 M. F. & II. Rldg.
Survoyu,' cuitlroatea, irrigation,
dralnago, orchard and land i
iOARUAUK Out your premUea
cloanud up for the summer. Call
on tho city garbage wagon foi
' L'nnil service. Phone 274-L. 1.
Instruction la SVuie
1IAIQHT MUSIC 8TUDIO Roob.
401. tiarnett-Corey Uldg. Fred Al
ton llnlght Piano, Mrs. Florene
llnlllduy llnlght. voice. Pbona,
iuiLRN "ti? YOCKKY Notary pub
llc. Hrlng your work to tae at tn
alsn of tbn Mail Tribune.
PliyvMriuiu mi nurgeoa
DR. k O. OARLOW, DR. EVA
MAINS CARLOW OiteopathU
physicians, 410-417 Carnott-CoMj
bldg., phone 103U-L. lUsldenea
20 Uouth Laurel St.
DR. W. W. HOWARD OntaopatHU
tihibf Mil em ?tn$ nnrnaJt.l?i
building. Phono 904-M.
DU. J. J. KMMENS Physlclaa aa
surgeon. Practice limited to eye.
c&r, nono aud throat. Kyea scion-,
tiflcally tested and glasse upi
plied. Oculist and Aurlat for S. P.
R. R. Co. Oiricoa M. F. & II. Co,
llldk'., opposito P. O. Phono CC7.
DR. R. W. CLANCY Physiclnn ana
surgeon. Phones, office 36, resi
dence 724-J. Office hour 10 t
12, 2 (o C.
DR. S. A. LOCKWOOD
DR. MYRTLK 8. LOCKWOOD
Physicians ami surgeons. Office
309-310-311, M. F. & II, HldK.
Phones resldonco, S14-J2; office,
DR. MARTIN C. HARIJKR Pliysl
clnu aud surgeon. Offlco Palm
block, opposlto Nash Hotel. Hour
1Q to 13, 1 to 4. Phono 110-J.
T, O. 11KINR, M. D., SPECIALIST
Kyo, ear, noso and throat, office
22S Kant Main; resldonco 1121
Hast Mnln; offlco hours 9 a. iu, to
12 iu.; 1.30 to 5 p. m. Telephone
Office, 303; ;tcsldenco, 303-J2.
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oosi equippcu priuiiuB uiut
southoru Oregon; book finding,
loose lent ledgers, billing systetu,
eta. Portland price. V7 Nort
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KAD8 TRANSFKR & STORAOK CO
Offlco 42 North Front St. Pnc-aa
316. Prices right. Bortico guar
anteed 'ryiunvrUcra nnT Suppc-,
Now Roiniugtop, Smith Premtor
nnd Monarch typewriting, adding
and subtrautlUK iiiiit.,lniis, rebuilt
machines for cash or easy pj
meuts. Machimw for rent, rlbboa
and supplies at all Hinds, simple r
pira free of charge. Roger ,
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