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Freckles and His Friends
arEDITOTCn MAIL TU1TJUNR, MIDWORD, OKKaONWKDNISRDAY,. RKPTIBJMJ3RTJ 22, 1915.
ASHLAND AND VICINITY
The prevalence of tiuttnnuliilu ac
cidents is n reminder that nit the oc
casion of tlio writor'n lecent visit to
tho Siskiyou section of tho Pacific
liiltpvuy the party, us n procnulioil
n ry incusine, enino to an absolute
standstill no It'HH than tlircp tiniotf
between Awlihinri ami IliuroiiH (out)
Mow out ami two ptihotliro0 On tho
mountain proper, car rimers niiiiu
taiucri anitnt ptciN, some bonier
iiiR on tho joy ride onler. In figur
ing tlie lolative responsibility as ex
isting between railioaris and the driv
ers of automobiles, one tiring is ap
parent, and thnt is if the axurnpc ear
driver was obliged to observe the dil
igence and pass a fraction of the
tc"ts ieiuired of locomotive ongin-.
ecru, accidents would ho few and far
between. The past week has been
prolific in minor accidents. In the
cusp of George Ikirioii'n Stanley
steamer vs. hor-o and buggy, the
collision liming oceuiied Inst Satur
day night, near Frederick, horse,
buggy mid harness aie Inal sight of
in the contention of the ehnuffcur
that the opposing ting was running
without tail light".
T. IT. Simpson, eminent conunun
rior of Malta Couunaudery, No. 4, is
leprosonthig that body at the Temp
lar conclave now being held in Port
land, he having left for the uoith on
Tuesday evening. Other local
Knights in attendance jiru C. W. Kims,
.loo Hint and C. I-'. Shcpluud. U. S.
Attorney Clarence Kennies, Lloyd
Mulit, I). H. Grant and Frank Itout
ledge, residing in Portland, me also
Members of Mnltn comiuandery,
( 1 in nt being einiueiit giiinil ooiiiinun
der of the Oregon jurisdiction.
Mrs. Angic F.nglc, accompanied by
her sou Fred and daughter Oeitrude,
lelt for Pctnluiun, Cat., on Tuesday,
summoned lliere by the dnngorouH ill
ness of George Bugle, a well-known
former resident of this city.
A substantial imprnvotnuit is the
now substation of the Oiogon-Cnli-fouiia
Power coinpany, now under
const ruction. It will be of hleol and
concrete, coslitug !?l."i,()()0. Tho lo
cation is on Nevada stioot, near Hoar
creek. It will bo a model of its kind,
equipped throughout with latest iin
piovements. Mi-s I Inel Lowe, daughter of Mr.
and AIi-. I). M. Lowe, in leaching tho
current term of school in tho Sams
vallov district. Foity pupils mo en
rolled. A number of notable impiovcuieutK
are being installed in the citv park
pioper, due to suggestions and act
ual labor performed by Samuel Pon
niston, m tuber of the lioiud of com
missioners. Fi-h weirs have been
placed nt the. resenoir outlets and
the flowering embellishment of tho
ideal sut rounding lias been gieatly
enhanced at the piomptitig of t'neli;
Sam, who i a imstuuister in the nit
of, tloiienltanil development.
Tho local committee of the contem
plated irrigation project,,!. II. .Millner,
ehiiiinmii; Ponton Mowers itnri I). M.
Lowe, mot in tho Commercial club
looms on .Monday evening, leviouiug
tho geographical bounds of the dis.
tiiet and formulating plans in gen
eral. The loriHory extends Horn the
Ilarrou holdings, south of Ashland,
to the old mill ditch at Phoenix, and
about 23,000 acres are involved in
the area, which it i piopo-ed to af
ford additional water privilege-.
Mrs, V. A. Fiouberg died nt the
I tunny residence on 'urnuitc sheet
Monday night. She was in her (Hid
.vein. Iter maiden name was Louisa
('. Sieveidiug. and lu was a niitivu
of St. Loiii, Mo. She wii married
to V. A. Frocborg in dSUB, uu'd had
been a loMriont of Ashland for four
teen onts, leides hor liiisltatid, she
loaves four children to mount tit lbss
of a devoted wife and mother. Tihey
me: A. W. Fieoborg of (JihIoii, Or.;
W. W. Freoborg of Keno. Nov.; Mm.
W. II. Yoo of Spokane, and Mrs. Innu
Miiiehison o Los Angeles. Fuiu'ral
services weie held in Masonic hall
on Weduday uttornuoit, eonduetod
by Alpha chapter, Older of the hunt
fin Star, of which she was an lion
oi ed member. Interment wax in
.Mountain View eoniotory.
J. (I. Hurl left on Monday for
Poitlund. It in understood that his
tiip tlioio if connected with a pro
jHised merger of the Ashland and
Mudfoid ice plants, with hjadtpiiir
tor nt Med ford, tho coiporalion,
howeer, to loiain a minor plant Iwre,
providing the consolidation is ef
fected. ltn Kliasuii litis let ii mud from
his Catiiiriian trip, having gone us fur
north a Calgary in tust ot land. Ho
htuutchl back prodlniou specimen of
the product of thnt lesnun. Indica
tions tuiiit to the probability oi his
pitchiuv a tuut for two in the vicinity
of Uilditidtfe, Alberta, in the t dW
Sid Smith of Washington, I. who
ha been touring tki mh-Uoh reMHt
1), reversed heretofore prevalent con
dition In bniivuiB ii)- hoi an frtn
the UiiHkfc -tHtc In other i.rl.
h nub lie intiri liii J'iMU Hides
via P rt .'tul without lilnM.Hit. iiiik'
tun 't ! ! i"'1 '"'. i - " -lir.s,
j nut iM r ! i 1 1 iiii'inliili
runoinu Id - on hi- ! s.hih
i r., I .ilitormu
yZW&: freckles! - We a basket yrwm
'On Friday of this week 1), M Lowo
will ship to the state fair at Salem a
carload ot' .Jackson county exhibits,
which will include general and spe
cific displays by districts, in addition
to his unrivalled personal collection.
His wife will accompany him, also
his koii, Donnie, who is nt present
visiting tho exposition. The whole
family will aid in the arrangement of
Distiict Superintendent Van Fbs
fcen of this city presided Tuesday
ceuitig at the Methodist conference,
being livid at llosobnrg. The gather
ing was welcomed by Mayor Kiee and
paslots of variant churches of that
city. Incidentally, it transpires that
Ilo. A. W. Loonnid, pastor of the
FiiM, church at Seattle, and llev
Chniles I'dwaid Locke, forineily pus
tor of the Taylor Shoot church in
Portland, aie candidate.- before tho
next national conference for the of
fice ot bishop. Mr. Locke is now of
Los Angeles, nnri is a pastor well
known hereabouts, lnstear of pass
ing a dividend, the Methodist Hook
Concern, one of tho biggest publish
ing houses in tho cuiiuhy, lcportA
$.'100,000 profits the past year, avail
able for distribution among state con
ferences for support of ngeri ami in
Mrs. I). II. Mill and .Mr. Kiln II.
Mills left for San Francisco on Wed
nesday of this week. They will also
isit their Vein! Mills, a student of
the Unhorsity of California at llerke
ley. Their stay may hold over until
the Thiinksgiving holidays.
Dr. Y. K. Illtiko lias icturucri from
the iciuity of Conallis, whoic his
father, Dawri A. Illtike, died Septem
ber 10, ngeri 110 johrs. Ho was a na
tio of Indiana ami a pioneer of Hen
ton county, having settled near Wells
station over 00 ears ago. At one
time ho was engaged in milling at
Jacksonville and in the Applegate
section. lie was the father of ten
children, five of whom sunjve, the
beiugg George S. of Poitlaud, F.rignt
A. of Corvallis, William K. of Ash
bind, Mrs. Alice Kirk and Mrs. Delia
Hodges of Albany. His wife died in
1012. Fuiiorn! seiviros woie held on
September 18, interment being in
Locke cemetery, near Corvallis.
Active paxiiig operations having
censed on the Siskioti unit of tho
Pacitit! highway, a big stone oiiishet
has been installed on the summit to
fiiiinwli material during tho tall
months in iciiriiucss for paving next
season. A miiiintuie railway leads
Irom the crusher to nit inexhaustible
qutirrv about halt a mile from the
Mr. and Mis. C. Viomaii, loimei
lesidents, Iino been bete this week,
prepitiutory to tin automobile trip to
San Francisco. Their Fold car ha
been equipped with a number of uii
pioeineiits in the way of camping
accesfotios preliminary to the tour.
The Sterling Co., iieeosson to It.
A. Minkler, in suit and cloak seciul
ties, aie holding ,i closing-nut sale
pieliiniiuiry to going out of Inisiiipsx.
Tom CI. Koose, a 1 onuer lesitlent
on Noitli Main sheet, was visiting old
mii foundings etnlv in the week, hi
the summer time he lives in Montana,
near Livingston, where ho has ranch
itdciofts, passing tho winters in
F. L. Titus, nulling ptopeity on
.Mountain avenue, have k tamed fiotn
it lengthy tour by auto throughout
California, and may relocate in the
vicinity of Poitlnuri.
A. M. Heaver was in Modforri re
cently with It. N. Hurt of Chicago,
introducing tho uiunU Of the ''iitu
therm," a novelty in the wy of hunt
ing devices, supplMiitiiiK the old-fusli-joihhI
hoi witter receptacle.
Mr. and Mrs. It. II. lliitehutwiu,
from the viciuitv of Hkiowiugtitfi, HI-,
urrived MiunlHy for h visit with Mr.
nri Mr. It. J. Inward, tlwt former
boiHii a uihw of Mm. ISdward.
It in worthy of obwrviwr that itn
tiiiiHtrvatiuii car in now MtUehed to
No. Vt, arnviutf here tarly tu ttu
tiiorHinir, returning; north its pa ft of
the et at six til ot No. 1-1 Ml H n to
Tit" bx.tl r'lai.m.il Itiutlu iIiihhI
orli i .i- i-itf illu-t Mmid.iv v ii
in b Mr- I 'i in It i id . ' I -A
ur1 -. iipr. mi , i -i U i t hi tii. i
Imdv. .in. I M (I n'M.ilhv ..I I'..i1-
IiiiiiI Hliotltel J 1 1 ' 1 1 ott"'l.il A ill If -
galion from Moil ford vvtis nNu pres
ent to greet the visitors, and a social
leunioit followed the foiiualitiei.
On Monday Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
I Inn is and Mis. V. P. Hnriisj all ot
Julo.sbttrg, Colo., were leiiewing the
aetpinintanco here of Mr. and Mrs
T., W. Aeklin. Mrs. V. P. Harris is
the mother of Mrs. Frank Adamson,
foimerly connected with the Ashland
Trading Co. C. M. Harris has bom
clerk and commissioner of Sedgwick
ALONG ME RIVER
Arthur Morrison of Fort Klnni
nth brought Mrs. Swan and family
over to linglo Point to upend tho win
ter. Mr. Morrison1 called on relatives
and then took a load of fruit homo.
Mr. Olson of i:lk crook took forty
two fine fat spring lambs to Medford
Volmn Fry spent Monday night
with Velum Hannah.
Mr, Wynnt of Ashlnnd made. Ills
daughter, Mrs. C. K. Hollows, u flying
'Sir. anil Mrs. John Warner wcro
vnlloy visitors tho first of tho week.
Mr. and Mrs. Slussor nro upending
a fortnight In Ktigle Point.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cornutt of Cen
trnl Point enmo out to Will Houston's
Jasper Hannah and family wero
Medford vltritorn lat vvcok.
Mrs. Frank Miller Is visiting her
mot hor Mrs. Itnlnoy.
Dr. and Mrs. Klreltgewmor apont a
few days at tho Illvordalo place
Misses Desslo and Velum Hannah
went to Medford Tuomlay.
Among tho vnlloy visitors this
wook wore Mrs. Mltldlobuslior iiud
son Clnronco, John Fry, K. E. Ash,
Jack Daw, Oeorgo Fry, Will Houston
nnri ICd win I'lelo.
Mrs. Kvn (lnrrott of Medford Is tho
guest of her sister, Miss Hllon Mc
Cabo. .Mr. Lower ami son, Hitroltl, wont
to Medford Thursday and piirchiuori
a now Overlainl ear which they Urovo
Miss Holvu Walker went to tho
vnlloy tho first of tbu week with hor
.Miss Lovvls of I'orslst vlsltod Snt
urtlny ami Sunday with Mnrgory Krs
kino. Mr. mill Mrs. Walker and riiiugli
tor, Ora, and Mr. and Mrs. Shoal of
tho power plant weio slKhtscois nt
Peyton and Flounco Hock Stiudny.
Mr. Peterson wunt up to Crator
Luko Snturdny, taking tho three girls
who won trips to Crntor Luko which
woio glvon by tho county. Mrs. Itlg
gnn ot Derby iiceompnnloil tho girls.
Tho party loturned Monday after a
Mr. and Mrs. Krsklno, Miss Mnr
gory Krsklno nnd It. K. Peyton took
dinner Monday with Peolors and
Mr. Peyton nnri son Harold spent
several days of last wook In the
Mrs. Mcl.eori has returned from tho
hospital nnri lir many friends ar
glad she Is well ngniu.
Miss Mabel Hauson sjiont Friday
night at Tlert IIlKtnbothuiti'B.
Mr. mi d Mrs Karl Ulrlch spent Sat
urday at tho Cordon much.
Mr. nnri Mrs. Ilrootiiflolri have gone
buak to tholr ranch nftar Htionrilng a
oouplu of woekts at Mr. N'yo's.
Mr. Honors anil Witt Mitaney eatao
up to Prbipct Snturriny nnd retiiruotl
tho sumo tiny.
NoUco Is hereby gtvw that the un
tieMlgwHl wH apply to tho elty eoua
stl at lu meotlnir to be hold OeUiber
&ta. 1116, for a I'mm to wll wait.
pbitMlM aad vlaous Hhom In
quanUUM m thAii a Hn oh Ha
i'U af natoaaa at I" ; rmu
stroeL rtty of Motfonl. until .,.
uarvl.1IS C J CAHBTItVll.
iald MMtniber :e, 115.
FLOUNCE ROCK FRILLS
Roportod by Jnckeou County Ab
tmct Co., Blxth nnd Fir 8ti.
Rothschild DroH. vs. W. M. Ken
Mcritortl National Hank vs. Win.
Kclloy. Writ ot nttncbniont.
Medford Lumber Co. vs. C. B. Col
lins. Writ of Attachmont.
Hollo Nlckell ot vlr vs. Josso W.
Wilson ot ux. Demurrer.
Blvn M. lloitso vs. Hnusclcnr Houso.
Hort Anderson ot til vs. Nolllo Jlc
It. L. Hurdle vs. Hciiton Powers.
H. W. Huntztiigcr vs. B. B. Omnu
ot nl. Motion.
Hank of Coniniorco, Biigcne, vs.
Blln F. Talor. Motion for dofnult
Aaron Anrirows. Wlnlfreri Ser
combo ct nl. Notice of nppcnl. Cost
H. L. Sabln vs. John B. Day, Cost
It. L. Snbln vs. W. B. Htichniinn
ct nl. Undertnkliig.
Mitchell, Lovvls and Storor Co. vs.
J. W. Lawton. Transcript.
Tho Htillock .More. Agency, vs. Win.
Carney ct ux. Transcript.
Tho Htillock More. Agency, vs.
Llrxlo Heath. Transcript.
Geo. W tv en na id vs. Jlmiiia J.
Walker. Hull to foreclose mortgage.
It. L. Hablti vs. "W. L Hiichnuan t
Jtil. .Suit to vncnto tlccrco and for
Anna L. Plorco vs. City of Medford.
Still for damages.
CIiiik. B. Hooper et ux vs. Horace
F. Itooso. Action to locovor nionoy.
Fieri V. Lough vs. A. Howley et ul,
eerlillcd copy of judgment.
II. Hello Loomis vs. (Irfltit Alder, re
ply. Anna L. Pioiee vs. City of Mcdfoid,
return of summons.
Chailes K. Hooper et ux vs. Hor
lice F. Itecser, lettini of summons.
Pacilic Mutual Life Insurance Co.
vs. W. I). Iugalls ul nl., cost bill,
Bstnlo of Win. W. Wlielstono nil
lucompotont. Potltlon to appoint
Bstale of Stowart Pntterson. In
ventory and nppralseinetit.
Bitnto of Dnvld Whetstone. Orrior
ICstate of Patrick Noriullo. Cita
tion. ICstate ot Joshua Noutluimnior.
Kstate'of William M. Whetstone,
Kslate of Anion Deck, final ac
count. Heal INlulc Ti'iinsfci
W. I. Vavvtar ot nl to Tho Hlg
Hoiid Milling Co., land In
lah Add to Modrord, Q. C I). 1
A. A. Davis ot nl to The Hlg
Henri Milling Co. lots ill big.
11 Heutty'B Add. Medford,
Q. C. D 1
A. A. Davis et til to Tho Hlg
Henri Milling Co., land in T.
33 It 1 K T. 32 It 2 K., T.
33 It t a, T. 3 It. 1 I? , T.
3 t It. 2 14., T. 35 It 3 K., Q.
C. D 1
William Plrloh Ad of A. P.
Talent deceased to Scott V.
Davis, lot t, blk. 3, High
land Park Arid., mini, duett 10
Martha A Talent to Scott V.
Davis, lot 8, blk. 3, High.
land Park Add, Q. C. D 1
W II Slimier sheriff to Sadlo
Paulina Osunltruggo, lot In
blk I. Galloway Arid Med
ford. sheriff's rioad . . 3,:: 17
Lit. II. liradaliaw to Mury Hrad-
ahaw, land In T. 10 it 1 if.,
Wesley VoumII to MIiihIo Vggoll
tola Hand 1? blk. F, Tttlout
I', RutK'lo utter el ii V () S. A.
Lntfi 't. I 'lid in -'. 7
'. O Flr.nl et ut to 0. W Mil
I tin lt-rrn Hold licit in
j - -1 i i !.... . ... I ir
f Hold on, -v Vi i ? "' :'rQ !1
WMU- If &W- I IP
A. M. Paver e nl to C. P.
Good, laud in tup. Ill)-IK.
and hi Vsiihumd
I). M. Lowe et ux to Marshall
Ntukells, lots in Houe Itivov
Vtilley Orclmi'd Co. frrtett-.
Alex. MeLeod et ux tt Cluurio
Downinjrel ux, pint of lot Pi,
" i , rrs-'-ai '.i 4U sar-i.
Tako tho right step now; ploasnnt,
lirofltnblo work not ovordoaoj fow
months learning: positions guaran
teed; write for reforenceB nnri jinr
HculnrH. Portlnnd Watchmaking
Bngrnvlnt: & Optical School, 218 Com
monwealth Hlilg , Uth and Anketiy,
KOII ItKtNT imUHniCHKI'lNG
sullen. $0, $S n month, oloso In.
2!I1 Bast Uth.
I'Ott IlKNT .AtlMUKIil.ANi:OUK
FOIt HBN'T 10 neros. roasonnblo
terms: nenr Central Point. Apply
Hox 95, Jncksonvlllo, Oro. K.8
FOR LBASB Buulpperi placer initio.
Gold Hay Itoalty Co.
FOIt HAliB--Aiigora goats. Bri Whlto
Climax, Ore. 181
Foit mcNT i-uitmsHnii iioomu
from federal building. 215 N.
FOR IIBNT IIOUHKS
FOIt HBNT -Two bungalowM, one 0
rootilit ftiriilshetl on Park htieel.
One iiufiirnlsheil (I room bungnlow
on King street. Intiulio W. P.
Dorixo, 010 South Onktlnle. 1C2
FOIt ItBNT-j Seven 100111 house, niori
em. closo In, on paved etreet.
Phone 20U-.M. 158
FOIt HBNT Well fttrnlsltoil inodorn
bungalow. 122 South Ltiuiel.
FOIt HBNT Modern C-room bunga
low, clump; cIoho In. Phono 13-X.
FOIt IIRKT Six rooin" inodorn bun
galow, oast front, sleeping porch,
fine ahntlo; garage. Phono 18S-X.
FOIt HBNT Modern C-rooin Iioiibo,
1021 West 10th nt., J8.00, wutor
paid. Honnutt Investment Co,
FOIt HBNT Clngo In C room hotiso
with Bleeping porch, inodorn
plumbing, electric lights, cemont
sidewalk, garago, on paved street.
Kent reasonable, Innulro ot H. C.
Stoddard, Medford, Oregon. tt
FOIt SALi; HHAI4 KSTATM
FOH SALK- Hoaponablo It taken nt
nnco, eijulpped su-acro fruit nnd
alfalfa much, 3 mllos from Mori
foid. for particulars Address No.
12.' .Mall Tilituue. 157
FOR SALB (!0 acroe land, fine, doop
soli, deoded wator right, 7 room
hotiso, ojeetrlo llghttsl. modorii,
lilxllG bat n, fenced Page wire, 40
neroH In alfalfa, corn, miner beats
and small tntrdu truck, SO acres
In pours, Hurtltitt and D'Aujoii,
small poach orchard, tonm horsoa,
cow, fnrtu ImplomentH and nil crop
goon with place. For prleo and
particulars, arid rose Hox S5, It, F.
D, No. 2, L. M. C. Central Point,
ItHAL H8TATK FOR SALB All
kinds of property for snlo or ox
ohango. Gold Hay Realty Co,
FOR SALB Farm land, fruit Innri,
timber land, laud from K'.OO por
ncro upwurds on long time. Gold
Ray Ronlty Co.
it is youk miM:ss to kf.k mb
Uecauso my slock n initio Is to
have optioned nt tho lowest cash
price the boat buy In this county.
I have been un tno ground look
ing out for you for tho past flvo
years. Nonrly everyday I have in
vestigated some "good thing." 1 have
ellmluntod everything oxcopt those
deals which I am couvlucad will se
turo tno satlsflod oustotners.
In a few hours time I can give you
the benefit of this researoh. It Is my
business to show you over the county
and Introduoe you to tho possibilities
am! opportunities here, Beo Med
ford first and
J. C. BARNES
1111: West luln Street
FOIt SALB Fortl touring cnrnt n
itargain. l'owell Auto Co. 1&7
FOR SALB Wilt sell five (C) elinres
treasury stock Heaver Portlnnd
Cement Co. of Gold Hill, Oregon,
nt $03 por share. Address 34C
McKnlght HttlldliiR, Minneapolis,
FOR SALB 13 acres corn In field.
Grant Allricr, Ross Lane. 1G7
FOR SALB About 60 tons of monri
ovv liny. Including feeri barn nnri
pnHturo lot. Inijulro of W, C. Dnloy,
Lnko Cieok, Oro. 157
FOR SALB Alfalfa liny, 10.00 por
ton. W. It. Lamb, phono G-F2.
FOR SALB Polo mountain buggy,
good as now. Palmer Investment
Co., Modoc Orchard.
FOR' SALB 2-soatod Velio hack with
pole. Phono 052-J.
1IKLP WANTBH FKMALI3
W A NTB DVon mn "" o? " ro f i nomon t
and education as housokoopor;
good home. Address Hox 222, cara
WANTICTi fill UATIONS
WANTBD Position on ranch by man
mid wife; oxpcrloncetli. Address
Hox 00, cure Mall Trlbupo. 1G1
WANTBD Bxporlenceri bookkeeper
nnri offlco mnn tlcslres position;
bcBt references. AdilroBti 1. O. Hox
178, Central Point, Oro. 102
WANTBD Dressmaking. Phono
179-M. 144 South Central.
WANTBD DrrB3ninkliiB. 21C Knight
WANTBD SII1I0 Trontbtino.
WANTBD Rosldenco for cash; must
bo bnrguln. Hox AUG, Malt Tri
bune. WANTBD'- A good young milk cow,
Phono C30-J4. 15S
WANTBD Largo knitting mill In
vites correspondence from women
desirous of earning mouoy, part or
full tlino. Good pay. Bxpcrlence
uuncconsary. International Mills,
Inc., Norrlstown, Pa, 200
MONBV TO LOAN
- -ii --
MONBY TO LOAN On general ranch
Hoourlty. Hnnnett Inventmcnt Co.
LOST Leather hand bag conlnlnlng
ke and some mouoy. Finder
please return to Mall Tribune. Re
TAKBN PI' Jersoy holfor, 0110 year,
crop off loft ear. Owner cim hnvo
suiiio by paying charges. W. It.
Lamb, Medford. 104
FOR TRADBSpokano property to
trade for Meri'oitl or Ashland. In
ijulro 1118 W. Kth St. 157
WANTBD -Local proporty to ox
eliauge for northern and oasturn.
Clark Realty Co., 20C Phlpjw Hldg.
WANTBD Prunes, dileil, ono mllo
south and vvost of Medford. Phono
PORTKR J. NBFF, WM r, MBALBI
Attorneyu-at-Law, Rooms 8 and
v, Modforri National Hank bids.
A. B. RBAMBB, LAWVER Garaett
Corey bid if.
Win. M. Colvlg, George M. Itoborts
COLVIO & HOUBRTH. LAWYBR3
Medford National Hank Hulldlni
U. F. MULKBY & GBO. W. OHBRRI
Attorneys at Law, Jackson Goun
ty Dank Ilulldlnic.
230 nc.es with 150 ncres In culti
vation, hotiso nnri good bnru with
hay fork, shop nnd gootl well, novernl
springs 011 the plaro. This laud Is in
grain and corn His year, and raised
xood crop. Closo to etliool, and not
far from Medford.
It Is prleod to move. Only $27.50
per aero, and It will surely move at
that price, as a Mingle crop should
pay for It. Long time may bo had
on $4000 at 0 per cent.
Home furnished nausea for rent.
C. D. I-IOON
Ittxun in, Jaikyu County Hank Hlrij;.
LAHER ADTO SPRING CO. W
aro operating tho largest, oldest
and best equipped plant In the Pa
elflo northwest. Uso our spring
when othors fall. Bold undor guar
antee. 20 North Flttoente St.,
DR. W. M. VAN HCOTOO
OB. O. O. VAN HUOYOU
Garnott-Coroy Hlds., suits lf
Medford, Ore. Phono 85(5. '
Collections nnd Reports
COLLBCTIONS AND RB PORTS We
collected somo accounts 14 yeara
old. Wo know how to got tho
money. Tho nullock Mercantile
Agency, Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 3, Has
klns' Hldg., 210 B. Main St.
DR. R. J. LOCKWOOD,, Chiropractor,
nerve spoclnllst Booms 308-204
20C, Gurnolt-Coroy bldg. Vapoi
batbB and scientific massage given;
neodle spray, head and shoulder
shower In connection; advice la
dietetics, medical gymnastics,
hydropthnrapy. Lady attendant.
Phone, office 543, residence Cll-It.
Engineer and Contractor
contractor, 404 M. F. & H. Hide
Burvoya, estimates, Irrigation,
drainage, orchard and land Im
GARUAOB Oct your premises
cleaned up for the summer. Call
on tho city garbage wagons foi
good service. Phone 374-L.' T,
Instruction )a MaaH
HAIOHT MUSIG STUDIO Roobs
401. Gnrnott-Corey Ulilu. Fred Al
ton Halght Piano, Mrs. Florence
Halllriay Hatght, voice. Pboas
ItKI.HN N. YOCKBY Notary litib-
He. Urlng your work to me at the
sign ot the Mall Tribune.
I'liyuslcians una rrargeoas
DR. F. O. OARLOW, DR. EVA
MAINS OARLOW Osteopathia
physicians, 410-417 Garuott-Corsr
bldg., phone 103 0-L. Resldenee
20 BoutU Laurel St.
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopathls
uhjslclatis, 303 Garoett-Corsy
building. Phone K04-M.
DR. J, J. EMMENB Phystclaa aad
surgeon. Practlco limited to eye,
sar, nose and throat. Byos scion
tlflcally tested and glasses uj
piled. Oculist and Autlst tor S. P.
It. R. Co. Office M, F. ft H. Co,
Hldg., opposite J. O. Phono 567.
DR. R. W. CLANCY Physician and
stirgoon. Phonos, offlco 3G, resi
dence 724-J. Office Hours 10 te
12, 2 to 5.
DR. S. A. LOCKWOOD
DR. MYRTLE S. LOCKWOOD
Physicians and surgeons. Office
309-310-311, M. F. & II. Hldg,
Phouea roslriouco, 814-J3; off lee,
DR. MARTIN C. HARHBR Physt
clau and burgeon. Offlco Palm
black, opposlto Nash Hotel. Hours
10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phono 110-J.
T. G. HEINE, M. D.. SPBCIAL13T
Byo, car, noso nud throat, office
228 Bast Main; roslriouco 1121
Bast Main; off lea hours 9 a. m, to
12 m.; 1:30 to 5 p. 111. Telephones
Offlco, 303; ; residence 303-J3.
Printers nun rulillstiers
UEDFORD PRINTING CO. has Us
best equipped printing office ta
southqrn Oregon; book binding,
loose leaf lodgers, billing systems,
etc Portland price. 37 N01U
BADS TRANSFER & BTORAGE CO.
Offlco 42 North Front Bt. Phoat
316. Prices right. Service guar
anteed. Typewriters iut(f HnppUc-t,
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLII
New Remington, Smith Presater
and Monarch typewriting, addfcuj
and subtracting maolnea, rehtstH
machines for cash or easy pay.
ments, Machlnea for rout, rlbWw
and supplies ot all k)nd, simple re
pairs free ot charge. Hoffer ,
lloiwiett. lt Ollls Ht l)B4Mld
H38-R, or rwr I'kBe l''N. j,