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arEDFORT) MAIL TRTBTJNE, MTCDFOrvD. OR1OTOX, FRIDAY,
(Continued from pngo one)
hjoiuli object, i)Ut It Ifi not bollovcd
f'tl(lt tl.r lloldern nf Iho.in linnils would
Fofijeu ho long as it woro known that
jtho ct luul nssumod their bonds ns
general city obligations, mid even If
jtiioy fiiouIl olijoct, tho city could Is-
mio enough bonds to provide tho
fundi, for mnhlng the robntes to prop
crty owners, and uso nil collections
from assessments to retlro the Han
croft bonds, which would In effect
amount to the snmn thins Moreover
It Is clear that tho city would ho
much more likely to find t possible
to sell f.'ti'iO.nnn refimdluK bonds nt
It he present time than tho $1,020,000
leontomplatod by the present plan that
thai Ikui under consideration.
Refunds to Owners
Thrrn is no doubt that enough
: money could ho collected on iissohb-
mentu within u short time to mnko nil
refunds to property owners In accord
ance with j)nrnRriiph four nbovo. Most
lo fthe heavy payments on asscssmonts
lmve been niado on Insldo business
property nnd by tho railroad com
pany, ns to which, on account of its
high value, thcro would bo no re
ductions In assessments, and hence
no refunds. It Is calculated that tho
total amount to be refunded under
tliiH plan would not GNcced $100,000.
"All property would still bo charg
ed with some amount of assessment,
nnd whero only two or threo tenth
pnvments have been made on tho
assessment, the amount of such pay
ment1) would, In most Instances Just
about equal the assessment ns re
duced, leaving the property clenr and
'requiring llttlo'lf nny rotund.
"The hulk of the assessments re
maining to bo collected will be
against business proporty, or would
constitute only a moderato percent
age of the vnluo of tho outsldo prop
ert), and hence thoro would ho no
doubt or the ability of tho city to
Money Kept at Home
"Tho collection of that portion of
tho assessments required to make
the refunds to proporty owners would
also bo rendered ensier by reason of
the fact tlint this money would not
be sent out of tho community, hut
would pass from hand to hand, find
ing its way back Into tho bunks nnd
igain be nvallnble for other payments
itv other proporty ownors.
,fl.r a sufficient nmoiint had been
collided to mnko rotund pnymantH
!to propei t owners, It would not bo
n sellout! objection, If to enforce tho
jpiillectlon of tho remainder it worn
found nn essary to resort to foreclos
ure uroi i i-dlugH requiring three years
Bm.uixe the amounts would draw lu
ll c ret and would bo available in nin-
jilo time for tho retirement of the
refunding bonds which would, of
Pcouie, run for n considerable porlod.
(10 The plan under consldera-
Itlon does not contemplate any in-
cr oao tn the Indebtedness of the city
Iwlth It attendant Increase In tho bur-
d'-u of taxation. Instond of borrow
ing I he money to make refunds to
propfrtv owners who hnve over-paid,
this plan contemplates compelling
those who hao not paid anything on
their .iMHsnienUi. and those who own
Inside business property that can
will afiord to stand Its nasoasmonts,
to p.i to the city tho money noeos-
mrv to make hiicIi refunds. It la cnl-
ml.ited that the reductions in the
Ibrinlnul a.iesBmonU which would re
sult under this plan will aggrogata
ihoul $-100,000, thnt there would
Mill remain to ho collected assess-
'pienU aggregating about $2.10,000
from which the refunds aggregating
about SI eo.000 could he paid, leav-
liig ui.oiit $l!0.00n to ho ultimately
applied towards reduolng the bonds.
This means thnt about $400,000 of
the present outstanding Indebtedness
would have to be paid gy gonernl tnx-
Plan A .lust One
ic) The proposed plan U lust
It uffords substantial relief to tho
h.wners of proporty on paved streets.
b ntdted aboNe most owners of res
idence property who have paid three-
Itenth Installments on their paving
would find their assessments wiped
out, or uenrl fco. It puts n portion,
rand a large portion, ot the costs of
the pavement against the city in gen-
oral but does not make the property
off paved streets share in the full
burden of the living. Tliere Is no
iwsollde doubt hut that the propertv
illit.tlv benefitted should pay a por
tion of he costs of paving The fart
that this Is done in eery city of the
I n.t d State. Is of Itself strong evi-
li nee that there is ad olemont of Jus
tle in the i.rai-tic. livery argument
that i an be made against property
1 ,- iig i.se.-ed for a portion of tho
foHi of u pavement oan with equal
tore- be made against requiring the
a.iiar nt property to pay the cost of
.ieuiin which arc alo In and a
part or me mrwi " y av
I p. nel .il nillilie
mIi The pl.w under considera
tion means lower taxes than Is pos
sible' under tho rebondlug plnn; It
lightens tho burden oh tho business
nnd Industry which Is tho. very Jlfo
nnd soul of the community; It leaves
tho city In a condition In which )t
can still hope to .secure now Indus
trios, new business men. new factories
and new homesookors, something Im
possible if wo burden oursolvos with
nn nddltlonnl half million dollars of
debt nnd mnko necessary n tnx rate
of about GO mills.
11.111 n Practical One
"Lastly, nnd to repeat, the plan un-1
dor consideration la practicable. It
affords a basis of settlement which
can be carried Into effect, nnd I am
firmly convinced that tho so-called
rebuilding phut is not practicable,
that tho bonds cnnitot bo sold, nnd
that to attempt to carry It out will
only result In plunging the city Into
chaos, disorder and discord, which
will likely end In tho city's dornult
in(r. ."Tho proposed plan will probably
fall to satisfy fully tho demands of
thoso who owns proporty on paved
streets: It will probnbly apponr too
drastic to many who own property
off the pavomonts, nndporhnps to
somo ownors of business proporty, but
If uffords to owners of property on
paved streetH substnntlnl relief; It oh
vlatos tho most serious objections of
thoso who own property off tho pavo
monts nnd It costs tho ownors of bus
iness property n great deal less than
they would have to pay under tho ro
bondlng plan, and assures such own
ers that they will own property In n
town with n moderate tnx rate, In
stond of In a town cursed and doom
ed with n tax rato thnt would, mnko
It notorious from ono end of tho
country to the other, nnd render im
possible Its future growth or develop
ment. i:ninples ns Cited
Kxtimplos to show working of pro
posed plan In reducing assessments;
fiO foot lot on North side of Jack
son streot, between Kvorgreon and
Central avenue. Assessed vnluo $107,
paving nssossmont $29(5; paVIng ns-
seBsmont ns reduced $04.20.
CO foot lot on West Second streot
botweon Columbus nnd Summit. As
sessed value $120; present' paving
nssosamont $2!10; paving nssossmont
as reduced $72.
r.0 foot lot on North side of West
Fourth street between Grnpo nnd Fir
Btreota; nssesRed vnluo $150; present
paving assessment $281.50; pnvlng
assessment as roducod $00.
fin foot lot on North side of West
Tenth street, botweon Ornngo and
Newtown; assessed valuo $105; pav
lig nSBoasmont $225; paving assess
ment ns reduced $01'.
"Tho abovo nre npproxlmnto fig
ures; to carry out plan It will ho hoc
ossary on some strode to oqunllze
vnluos as to depth of lots.
"Of courst, It Is obvious from tho
foregoing, that In unyenso whero tho
paving nasoasmont doe not exceed CO
per cent ofJ.be valuo of tho lot, thoro
would bo no rofimd on sold assess
SCIin. AugiiHtn, wife of Henry
Sehul, died nt Iier home, two union
south or Med lord, October 7, nged
(11) years, l) innntliK nnd (1 duvs. She
win n unlive of (Jermuiiv nnd luul
been u resilient ol .IiiekHim eounty
twenly onn. She wnw a woinnu of
lnvftlile i'hnrneter nnd lenvea, besides
her relntiveK, n IiokI of friend. She
leaven her liiihhniid mill ceven chil
dren -Adnlph, K. K. Willmiii. Henry,
Mr. Martha (lilinuii, nil of MedTenl:
Mm. Ilerthtt Fold of Spink eounty,
Smilli Dukidn, nnd Max SelmU of
Siiiuh 'Hlley. l-'unertil wrvieen wll
he held at the residence Smidny, Os
tobcr 10, nt 'J p. m. lhirinl in .Inek
- DKAClvlSN' -At the home of li-.-f
ihiugliter, Mm, II. V. Skidmore, in
K.vniiH Valley, October '2, Mi. Mu
inmln .In ne Huiekeii, born at Diiuhur,
0., .liiii ', 1S"1, wim Inn been J
resident of F.vnn- miIIcv miicc Jnt
SORE as Sunrise !
Any Corn, With "Gcts-It" on It, In an
. Absolute "Ooner!"
Yog, It'n the simplest thlntr in the
world to Rt ml rr u corn, -when you
USD "fjet.- It I ti'' worlu's urealeat
corn-rutder It H, its oln out a
pUusuru to hu torna just to see
'(iets-If ruts Vour lVet In CloVer.
them como elf with "G'It." It lutt
looo-ni mo corn irotn I'iO iruo ni.n,
ouflly, ami tlnu niukes it coma "ol'uu
oil." hours ends rorus I V j.
H nuikus tlio tut) of inp, oorn-nuez-lag
Uindapw,.lrrlUitlin miIvu, Irnlves,
selsur,aiul raoiir.ally luulc rldKuloui.
Oat rid ut tbOMi corns qulafcly, surwly,
IMifnUasiy. Just rally, with "Unta
It." For wart nail Liuuloan, too. It's
tijo Hli atntnry ry.
"Octs-fP Is su'4 by all druffKlsts,
2r.- u knttl", r rit Ulrott by Ii,,
IIWTvneu A Co 0hMiO. . jj
i 11 I'll'SlSMMStBSMSaaTOWISIIHISISiSBSia I
' IiSS m HSiiill i
iBI w iSS i
KwJ U i.aiCJsWtjS'i 1 '
W - V ' ' ' i 1
Fdirunn. Interment nt Rogue Hiwr
cemetery, llov. .1. M. Spencer ofl'ic
iiitiit' Reported by Jackson County AIk
tract Co. Sixth and Fir 8ts
State of Oregon s C W. Case
bolt, trans, from Justice court.
Clms. M. Tucker vs. John A. Tor
nay et nl, motion.
A. Wenthorby vs.'s. A. Morse, ro
turn of summons.
It. M. MrFarlnnd vs. John M. ltoot
ot ux, judgment ordor.
II. It. Co-operntlvo F. O. Assn. vs.
Geo. T. Hughes, action to recover
Kstnto of John llunlloy, order Bet
ting filial settlement.
Kstato of 1). 0. KarnoaV scml-un-nuul
Heal KMntc- 'i'liuiifoi-s
Allco (iormnn, single, to Jon-
nlo Kcloston, lot 31 blk H
It. It. ndd. Ashland, Q.C. D.$ 1.00
Hnrry K. Spnuldlng' ot ux to
Kdwln S. Shnnk, laud in 20
SS IK, Q C 1) 10.00
John J. Murphy et ux to James
Hughes, pt. 7, 30, 215 Nil. 85
All porsons nro warned not to
hunt, shoot or trespass oil Illghcroft
addition. A, C. AliHAMS.
No hunting or trospnsslng permit
ted en our lands.
GOLD HAY KKA1.TY CO.
KIDNEYS, USE SITS
If your Back it aching or Bladder
bothers, drink lots of water
and oat lets meat
When your kidneys hurt and your back
feels sore, don't get scared and proceed
to load your stomach with a lot of drug
thnt excite the kidneys and Irritate the
enllro urinary tract. Keep your kidney
clean llko you keep your bnwcls clean,
by flushing tlicni with a mild, liarmlcM
salts which remencs the body's urinous
waste and stimulates them to their nor
mal activity. Tlio function of tho kid
neys is to filter the blood. In 24 hours
they strain from It COO grains of acid
and waste, so we can readily understand
the vital importance, of keeping tho kid
Urlnk lots of water you can't drink
too much; also get from tiny iiharranclut
about four ounces of Jad Salts; tid:o
a t able xion fill in a glass of water
Ix'foni breakfast each morning for a few
days and your kidneys will net fine.
Tills famous salts Is mtido from the
acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined
with lltiiia, nnd has I ecu used for gono ra
tions to clean and stlinulute clogged kid
neys j also to noutraliro the acids in
urine so it no longer ii n source of irri
tation, thus ending bladder weakness.
Jud Baits Is Inexpensive; cannot In
Jure j makes n delightful effervescent
lithia-watcr drink which everyone should
take now and then to keep their kid
neys clean and active. Try -this, also
keep up the wuter drinking, mid no
doubt you will wonder what lccanie of
your kidney trouble and backache.
PUH KICNT KUif.MMMKD ItOOMK
I'Olt HrcNT-"3 nicely furnished
rooms Including regular kitchen,
sleeping porch, every convenience,
close in. 417 Jay St., eor. S, Onk
dalo and 1 Ith Hts. 172
KOIl niJNT Nicely furnished mod
eru bungalow, five rooms and bath,
poichoH, nice luwn, garage, good
neighborhood. James Campbell,
l'houo 311-It. 172
FOIt HUNT To young or middle
aged man, nicely furnished room,
In modern homo, with or without
boat, good neighborhood, no child
ren In family. Itnom lum solid
windows on two sides that can be
thrown ojien -making fine sleoplug
room. Address 151, euro Mall Tri
I'OIC IIUXT IJOUSKS
'OK HUNT Modern 5-rooni furnish
ed bungalow, ehenp. lMione 18-X.
'OU HUNT To responsible party,
completely furnished modern house!
Mrs. L. 1". Uluck, l.'.Ol W, Main,
Phone 79S-H. 172
'OH HUNT Modern 0-room bunga
lo. IiKiuIre ut 0U o. Central. 171
OiriuCNT Well furnished modorn
bungalow. 422 South Laurel.
'Oil HUNT Seven room dwelling,
reasonabl) does In, modern, and In
good ropulr- Inquire CIS West
Main, Phone 20O-M. 170
I'OK IIIJ.VI MlSt;KLI.ANHO'J.S
. I OH HKNT 9.', aires of young
, orchard, 4 ucres In full bearing,
i For particulars address Hox S, Mall
FOH HliXT -Store room in buslnetw
block, ideal lotation. Phono SUN.
FOR LKASK Equipped placer inlno.
1 Gold Hay Realty Co.
! Take tho right fctep now; pleasant,
i profitablo work not ovordone; fow
months learning' poslttona guaran
teed; write for refei.-e and par
ticulars. Portland u,i 'klng,
Kngravlng & Optical School, 2U '"i.
monweulth llldg.. Cth uud Aukeny,
When you'.rc in Portland visit the fine big plant of
the Pacific Coast Biscuit Company. See them make
your dealer the
NEW FAMILY PACKAGE
Fresh, crisp delicious Snowflnko
Sodas, packed in a sanitary anil
useful tin box. Only OO cents.
Every dealer lint them or can get
tbciu quickly frctli from our ovens
PACIFIC COAST I1ISCUIT CO.
FOR BAMS nKAli WSTATK
FOIt SAIiK 00 ncrcs land, fine, dcop
soil, deeded water right, 7 room
house, olectrlc lighted, modorn,
4Cx3G ham, fonccd I'ago wire, 40
acres In alfalfa, corn, sugar beets
nnd small gardon truck, 20 ncrcs
In pears, liartlott and D'AnJoti,
small poach orchard, team horses,
cow, fnrnt Implements nnd nil crop
goes with place. For prlco and
particulars, address Hox dti, It. F.
D, No. 2( Ii. M. C. Central Point,
ItBAIi KSTATE KOIl SALli All
kinds of proporty for snlo or ox
chango. Gold Hay Ilcalty Co.
FOIl 8AId3 Farm. land, fruit land,
timber land, land from $5.00 per
ncro upwards on long time. Gold
lf,w ll.mllv Pn
FOH SAI,K Cholco registered Duroc
golts, young boars, and weanlings.
I,. II. IIoiiBton, 1 mllo wost of Tal
ent, Phone 3-F12. 180
FOH SAl.H 12 heavy work mnrcs,
well broke. Vinson's Darn, North
Itlversldo nvenue. 188
FOH SAI.ll Must nncrlflco sovcral
good cows for Inck or feed. Address
Hox K. U.S., Mall Trlbuuo. 200
FOH SALK Angora gonts. Kd White
Cllmnx, Ore. 181
FOHSALK Automobile, Wlnton 6,
7-pnssenger, first class conilltlon,
or will oxclmnge for nmnll car.
Phone 487-.1. 1518W. Mnln. 172
FOH SAIiK--Thouroughbred Irish
setter for hunting nnd watch dog.
very cheap for good homo Phono
4S7-J, 151S W. Mnln. 172
FOH SAI.K Ford tops and dust
hoods, celluloid lights, and sent
covers. Tent Factory, 100 North
FOH SA1.K At booth 11 com nnd
milk fed pork at 12c, best cuts; i
also home made sausage, spring
lamb nud beef, round steak IGc,
sirloin add porterhouse 17c. 171
FOH SALIC s'tnmp mill, mining enrs
and track rail, pumps, hoists, air
compressor, filr drills, mining ui-n
chlnery, tools and supplies, itou
and hydrnullc plpo all sizes, at half
price. Address M, eare Tribune.
FOlf SAlTl'f- Hxtrn large sweet Mis
sion grapes at :!r per lb. Phone
KOriSAI.K WWiIng lo dispose of
our flock of blooded Partridge Wy
iiiulottes chlekuim will hnvo saino
op sale ut public mnrkot Saturday,
Oct. Itlh. Harris & Crandall, "Wy
own Place," Kaglo Point. 171
FOH SAMS Polo mountain buggy,
good us now, Palmer Investment
Co., Modoc Orohnrd.
FOH SAM: -Cholco nUalfa liny, first,
second, third nud fourth cuttings
In car lots at following prices per
ton nt points named fur cash: Mod
ford, $14.30; Contral Point,
$14.30; Phoenix, $11.30; Tulont,
$14.30; Ashland. $1150. Several
persons may Join hands In pur
chase of a ten ton cur nud thereby
secure wholesale prices. Owing to
scarcity of alfalfa In Hoguo Hiver
vulloy this year, and high prices
fur alfalfa in California, wo ndvUu
Immediate purchase before nd
vnnco in prices. Sloopy Hollow
Farm, II. A. Knslgn, Mgr., tele
phone Gold Hill. Ore. 183
FOH SALK - Hluo Mission grapes de
livered. Phono It 13W. 171
FOIt SALK- Chonp, bod, sanitary
couch, 2 dressers, dish cupboard,
nud other things. 510 K. 1 Ith St.
FOH SALK lluy shingles nt homo;
manufactured from Jackson county
Umber, st-Uot stock, ut our new
mill In Sams Valley. Wo sell
shingles at lowest prices obtain
able nny where, at mill or delivered
to order. We also manufacture
fruit boxes; prlco nlvwin reason
able, stock always tho best. Write
for prices or particulars to Sams
Valley Shinglu Mill, Sams Valley,
FOH SALK -Hngfiy and single bur
nous, w. J Diumhlll.
FOH SALK Grain, hay, corn and
corn fodder. C. W. Isaacs, Phone
I can sell 1"0 acres wltli fine build-
; lugs, puuiiiiK plant, nearly nil the
land is high grade alfalfa laud, close
to town uud school for $7oou. Im
provements almost worth It
Also 140 arret, good buildings,
half hour's auto ride from Medford,
a dandy ranch $7000. Some stock
goos with this one.
Nearly 300 a ores well Improved,
fenetMl aud crojw fenced, can l Irri
gated, close to railroad town, $50.00
un acre. Ideal stock ranch.
C. D. HOON
Room 10, Jaikwin County Hank llldg.
WANTICO -Orders for fancy work
nnd iroeheting; reasonable. prices
Phone (5R6-Y. 172
WANTU1) TO HUNT Work hors-.
for winter, 12 to II hundred lbs.
Write Medford, Itotite I, llos 03.
WANTHO I.argo knitting mill n
vltes corrospondonco from women
desirous of enrnlng money, part or
full time. Good pny. Kxporlonco
unnecessary. International Mills,
Inc., Norrlstown, Pn. 200
TO THADK Second hand cars for
city property. Powell Auto Co. 171
TO THADK Socond hand curs Tor
city proper!) . Powell Auto Co. 2
FOH SAI.13 OH THAOi: Will trndo
my place for eastern property.
1150 W. 8th St. 173
FOH KXCI1ANGK Will trndo forty
acres of good farming hind ready
to plow for nn equity In n modorn
bungalow In Medford. No ensh re
quired. K. S. Tinny. 210 Gnrnett
Corey llldg. ' 171
WANTICI) TO KXcFi ANfl K-l fi(Tneros
of land, nil level, with free wntor,
enough to Irrigate the whole of It,
lying between Seven Mllo creek
nud Odessa on Cherry creek, for
u small Improved place In Jackson
county, Ore. It Is u good stouk
ranch. Inquire of T. A. Swnuu,
Kaglo Point, Oie. 174
nneso. Phono l'JO, or nddress P.
O. llox 210. 17G
WANTUI) Dressmaking. Phono
470-M. Ill South Central.
LAIIEIl AUTO BPRINO CO. W
re operating the largest, oldest
and best equipped plant In tho Pa
elf lc northwest. Uoo our springs
whon others fall. Sold under guar
antee. 2G North Klfteeuta HL
POHTKH J. NISFF. WM. f. MBALI51
Attorueys-ut-Lnw, Itooms 8 an'
9, Medford National Hank bldg.
A. IJ. HKAMKH, LAWYKHGaraott
Ww. M. Colvlg. George M. Hoborti
COLVIG & HOI1RHTS, LASVVKHS
Modturd .Sntloiiiil Hank llulldlng
W. M. VAN HCOTOO
j. C. VAN KCOVOC
Osrnett-Coroy Hldg., suits
Medford, Ore. Phono 8A0.
Collections nud IlcporU
collected some accounts 14 yean
old. Wo kuow how to got th
money. Tho Ilullock Mercantile
Agency, Inc., Itooms 1, 2, 3, llas
klns' llldg., 210 K. Mnln St.
luiiglnoer uiif Contractor
contractor, 404 M. V. & If. Hldi
Surveys, estimates, Irrigation
drainage, orchard and laud ln
QAHUAG12 Get your promise
cleaned up for tho summer. Cal
ou the city garbuge wugous to
good sorvice. Phone H74-L. 1
Instruction 1 Musis
HAIUUT MUSIO STUDIO Iloon
401, Garnett-Curoy llldg. Fred Al
tou llalght Plnuo, Mrs. Kloronci
Ilnlllduy Uulght, voice. Puuni
IT IS VOL'H Ul'KIXlWS TO SI5U MH
Uecause my stucK in trade Is to
havo optioned at tho lowest cash
prlco tho bust buy In this county.
I huve been on tne ground look
ing out for you for the putt flvo
years. Nearly oioryday I havo In
vestigated somo "good tiling." I have
eliminated overything oxcept those
deals which I am convinced will so
euro me satisfied customers.
In a few hours tlmo I can give you
tho benefit of this reaeuroh. It is in;
business to show you over tho county
and Introduce you to tho possibilities
and opportunities here. Bee Med
ford first and
102 West Alain Street
I'hy'eMcinns ana Burgeons
DR. F. Q. CARLOW, Vll. EVJ
MAINS CAKLOW OstooptthJ.
physicians, 41G-417 Gnrnett-Cori
bl'dg., phono 1030-U ItaMdon
2C South Laurel BU
Dlt. Y. W. HOWAUD -Ostsopatsl
physicians, 303 Qarnett-Uor
building. Phono ud4-M.
' ' '
OR. J. J. EMMENS 1'hyslclax
surgeon. Practlco limited to eyt
car, nouo nud throat. Eyes scion
tlfically tcstod and glasses sup
pllod. Oculist and Autlst for S. P
K. It. Co. Offices M. F. & II. Cc
Dldg., opposite P. O. Phone CC7
1 -- - " i . , , , i
ri ft ti, it iMni tiu..i.,..L -.
U1V. IV. Y. VliJllXVy l-t'liJBll.'lHU I.U
surgeon, l-nonos, oiiico su, rosi
denen 724-J. Otflco hours 10 t
12, 2 to C.
1)R. S. A. LOCtCWOOD
DR. MYRTLE 9. LOCICWOOD
Physicians nnd surgeons. Offlo
300-310-311, M. F. II. llldg
Phones rosldcnco, 814-J2; off let
DH. MARTIN C, nAHHKH l'Uyal
clan and surgeon. Office Pnlrs
block, opposlto Nnnh Hotel. Ilduri
10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phono 110-J.
T. G. IIEINK M. D. Kyo, Ear,
Noso nnd Throat. Headaches and
nervous conditions relieved by
properly fitted glasses. Cross eyes
straightened, Office 228 K. Main
St., Phone 303. Consultation Frco.
Printers nna t'ulillslien
1r-U nlii-ur-ui.iisiiiiniT1i i-1 in in i i i I i '
UEDFORD PRINTING CO. has tn.
best equipped printing otflco I)
southorn Oregon; bouk blndlni
loose leaf ledgers, billing system)
etc Portland prices. X7 Nort
M. T. KDWAHD3 Stenographer,
and Multugrnphlng, Hoonts 400-410
Gnnielt Corey llulldlng. Office
Phone 709-J, residence phono
BADS TRANSFBR & BTORAGIC CO
Otflco 42 North Front St. Phoa
31G. Prices right Sarvlca guar
Next Week is Dress-Up Week
Wo art' prepared to dross (ho tabic for you with
Good things to oat.
With tho autumn comes a groat variety of Fruits
and Vegetables, and this department in our store is,
as usual, verv complete.
A FEW SUGGESTIONS:
Phono Orders Early to 252
(IOOI) (IOODS 10KKKM KNT SURViTE
MARSH & BENNETT
Second door east .First National Bank. Phone 252.
MR. FRED ALTON HAIGHT
TKACllim OF PIANO AND HARMONY
Announces Fall Term Heglnnlug Monday, September 13.
Specialist in Touch nnd Tcrluilo
A toachor with an established roputatlon.
IIAiailT MUSIO STUDIOS
Room 401 Gamclt-Corcy llulldlng.
The History of the World
From the Dawn of Creation
the Great War - ''
,f ', ' la, (lepleled In art, sclonco nnd Indus
try uud presented u wonderful colors
'. Bun I'VnnolHCo
'; , This wondortul IOxposltlon closes Dqo Ith
Don't Miss It
I.oaI you nl ways look back to 1913 with ragrqt .
Scenic Shasta Route
Through the wonderful Valleys of tho VI)
luinetto. the Sacramento, the Umpquu nnd
the Hoguo offers exceptional dlvoralou.
Low Round Trip Fares
I'liU tMrtloulura with copy qf lioohlot "Waysldo
Notas, ilinstn Route" or "California null Us Two
World Impositions" on application to nearest
lohii M. Srott, Oiieinl l.s!,ciigei Agent, Portland, ngim
French Df y Cleaner
Wo Hnvo Just Installed a
Tho littett and lxit on the nwrkefc
Wo are equipped to do cleaning
nnd pressing of nil kinds ot clothing,
blankets, pillows, comforts, nnd auto
robcB In n first-class uinnnerL'ne.xcclI
ed In the City nf Metirmil... A trial
will convince you. We call for and
deliver orders Phono 57.
Medford Pressing &
G V. WILLIAMS. Prop. 20 S. Central
We nre nlso agents Tor n lending
linn of Men's High-Class Tailoring.
With Medford Trade
Is Medford Mnde
Isn't as common
n habit ns it used to
the pcoplo nro beginning to find out
that theiu Is nothing for thorn in the
practlco. Nothing saved In monoy,
nothing gained In quality, no ndvnn
Rut there are disadvantages,
Uncertainty about what you nro
getting, tedious waits, Inability to
examlno goods. '
And disappointments nil around.
lluv nt home, hero whero Jewelry
values nro equal to nny anywhere.
MARTIN J. REDDY
TH 13 JKWKLKR
212 K Mdln St. MKDFORD, ORIJ.