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Freckles and His Friends
OF VALLEY'S NEEDS
MEDFORD MAIL' TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREOOX, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1911
Hohjumin T Halt or .Vlsalla, Kan
Joaquin valley, California, has been
with friends in tho Rojfiie river val
ley for several days looking over tliu
dally business hero and sizing up tho
situation for profitable enlargement
of the business In this county, Ho
has road of tho possibility or Instal
lation, In the near futitie, of nn' Ir
rigation s)stom or systems, In addi
tion to tho ono we have, and of the
prospects of the establishment of n
hoot'hugnr factory, consldotlng the
latter in conjunction with the dairy
,"1 nm not a stranger In this val
ley," said Mr. Hall to a Mail Tribune
representative last evening, "nnd for
that reason I have gone about my
business somewhat quietly, iti order
to avoid disturbance of my plans. I
want to, congratulate this community
however, on being more happily freo
from the Unshnkablo curbstono real
estate dealer than nre many Califor
nia towns In my circle of travel.
"You have a beautiful valley, with
a supply of- most excellent water for
domestic uso nnd types of soil that
ought to bo, not only wonderfully pro
ductive, under proper treatment, but
more than ordinarily durable. How
ever, It will be Imposslblo for your
fnrmerH to do justlco to tho soil or
make the soil do Justlco to theni with
out Irrlgntlon. They will be neither
nblo to get out of It what it should
prodtico In tho way of !eld nor obtain
tho true quality in the product with
out water during the seaRon of drouth
here. That Is clearly shown In tho
Instances whore Irrigation haH been
npplled whore possible, on somo of
tho fnrr.is. I suppose every owner
of land Imp been convinced of that
fact during tho past two or threo
Mint) ii nd Hotter Feed.
"What the dairies need in this val
ley now lj :noro nnd better feed pro
duced at homo. They can't afford
to ship hay and sugar beet pulp In
from California, 500 to 700 miles.
Tho freight charges eat up too much
of tho rightful profit on tho linrd
.vnrk and tho money Invested In a
first-class dairy and there, should
be no second-class dairies nnywhero.
"I nbsonn that your valley does
not produce htittcr, eggs, enrod
meats, potntoe.s and hay enough for
local demand, That Is n shortage
that must quickly bo overcome, If tho
farmora nnd stockmen hern hopo to
reach ii'hlgh-watcr mnrk In prosper
ity. Ab your pnper observed tho
other day, I hoy ought certainly to
raise! nt homo, what they want to eat
nt home, In tho way of ordinary
staples that arc produced horo in
great abundance undor reasonably
"I have not matin ed my plans yet.
I want to wait until a soiuowhat defi
nite report Is had from tho Irrigation
mirveyors anil from tho farmers
through their voto on it. I wouldn't
think of undertaking to embark In
the dally business hero" without being
sure of my feed crop every year
absolutely every season. I Always
raise, my own feed. I never have yet
paid somebody in another state, to do
It for me nnd then havo to subsidize
the railroads for getting It to me.
That Is a suicidal policy, There's no
money In It. I find a gient deal of
pleasure in a nlco business, but If it
weren't for the money In It, eventual-
GiRLS -GIRLS TRY IT!
STOP DANDRUFF AND
BEAUTHFY YOUR HAIR
lliilr Stop", l'n 1 1 tug Out nnd (IctH
Thick, Wavy, Strong; junl
Your hair becomes light, wavy,
fluffy, abundant and appears us soft
lustrous and beautiful us a joung
girl's after a "Dandorluo hair
oleaneo." Just try thlH moisten a
cloth vth Dnuderlnp and carefully
draw It through our hair, taking ono
small strand at a time. This will
eleanse tho hair of duht, dirt and ex
convive, oil and in Just u few moments
juu Imvo doubled tho bounty of juur
IIcwMm beautifying tlm hair nt
one. Dfliidnrinu dissolves every par'
tjelo of dandruff; clounses, purifies
aud luvlfwrnte the fccnlp. forevor
stimln$ Matting and falling hair.
Hut what will plvaso you moat will
It after a lew weeks'' iwo when you
wtt actually mo now hair fine and
towgy at first bill really new
hair grvwlug all ovr the sou I p. if
ftm euro tor BfOltr. mli hulr and lot
f It Mifdtr MfH t-tt bottle of
KmwMwiIi DajtilMlHD Jismh any 4rnBr
Slat ar Mjfctt MMMlar. anil Jt try.
TO MISTER IBETISET ( 3 Jf T f v5c) T VfLsv -fiW5 PS? ?06 To lldSl'
w. AJ nto-i. S,TE& MULLET I SfJr 1$ -C " T
WMrf ii " S& tJ'4&X jWEcecoMEr ) in tm at apple j' oF-K'V
ly, I think I would prefer to spec
ulate." Factory Is Xvsslcsl
"Then, this sugar beet factory will
be n great thing for your valley peo
ple. In the sugar beot districts of
California they go right along making
money, whether the fruit falls or not.
It is always n cash proposition for the
farmer and ho doesn't havo to hunt
for his market, wait for better prices
or dodge u market slump. I nm In
terested In tho dried beot pulp ns a
dairy feed. I wouldn't conduct a
dnlry business without It nnd I
wouldn't pay eight or ten dollars a
ton In freight to get It.
"Ho, I'll Just put my plans in cold
storage till I sco what becomes of
your irrigation nnd sugar beet en
terprises." ASHLAND, Oct. 29 The big real
ty deal which has been pending hero
for sometime past has flnnlly been
chlnched through the C. I), l.amkln
agency, Tho amount involved is
Jir.-I,7rpi. Tho principals am Mrs.
Aurella Ferguson nnd W. A. Tumor,
capitalists, both of Ashland. Tho
former deeds tho latter 7tfi acres of
farm lands in Van Huron county, la.,
for the above consideration, and re
ceives In return COO acres near Mon
tague, Cnl., 100 acres In South
Dakota, nnd 1C0 acres In Colorado,
valued at $114,000, tho difference
being duo In money. Mrs. Ferguson
will bo remembered as tho wealthy
widow who recently adopted Hev. A.
II Illackstoue, pastor of tho local
Baptist church, as her sou and heir.
DAMAGE TO LILLE BY
AMSTERDAM, Oct. 29. Tho dam
ago caused by the bombardment of
Lille Is estimated, tho Tclegraaf says,
at l.ROO.OOO.OOO francs. War taxes
Imposed by tho (iormnna upon tho
French manufacturing cities of Lille,
Itoubalx and Tourcolng, according to
tho same authority already reach sev
eral million francs. Moat in no longer
obtainable in these towns.
Members of the Eastern Star and
Invited guests turned out en masse
Wednesday evening to welcome Mrs.
Hay I,, Sherwin, who Is not only a
past worthy matron of Alpha Chap
ter but also a past worthy grand mat
ron of the grand chapter of Oregon,
Mrs. Sherwin Is about to return to
West Salem, Wisconsin, to care for
an Invalid mother. However, tier
homo Is in Ashland, where she will
return later on. At this social event
all routine business was "laid on the
table" and the ovanlng was devoted
to music, games, nnd tho recounting
of Interesting reminiscences both
personal nnd pertaining to the order.
Fied Wagner presided as speaker of
the house, and Harry Whiled acted
as floor leader. Mrs Sherwin as tho
guest of honor, responded fnllcltously
in reply to compliments us to her per
koual worth and abilities an a model
worker in the Star organization. Mrs
Roberta Kverton, present worthy
matron of tho chapter, ulso voieed u
kindly sentiment In behalf of the
gu6t of the meniag. The only for
iiullty of this reunion was a ktate
dinner served at C:S0, (jlates, cups
aud hHUcfoits having been laid for 100
banquoteia, and In this connection It
U wartUy of nolo that too many cooks
did not strtll the hrotN.
Tfa commercial club meet In reg
ular aoala Monday evening, Nov I, (
whlh will bit tho. date tar lao il-j
cjgalfeu af utttom with tfc ueep
tWh of warvtarr Wfra ii antHJlsied i
ANNA ON EN HON
HAN N 1
ASHLAND AND VICINITY
tho trustees. The terms of W. K.
Newcombe, president; F.l. McWIl
llams, vice president, and F. K. Wat
son, trustee, expire by limitation, also
Fred Anglo, treasurer. Important
business Is on the docket nnd a full
attendance Is In order.
Thomas Cnnn, old-tlmo ploueer of
northern California, nnd who Is ro
mombored by early residents hero as
a former shertfl or Slshlyou county,
died recently nt Seattle, 82 years of
Hawaiian Island residents In the
persona of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bald
win havo recently been visiting rela
tives In the family of L. 8. llrown of
tho Ashland Trading Co.
T. W. Acklln, of tho Ashland Trad
ing Co., hns returned from u vacation
outing of three weeks, the tlmo hav
ing l!cn passed in various portions
of this state nnd California, notably
Miss Nelllo lloaver, who recently
finished n term of school in the Greg
ory district, nenr Siskiyou summit,
will leave this week to pursue, further
studies nt Willamette, University, Sa
lem. Mrs. Anna Myer ot this city was
elected vlco-chnlrmnn of district No.
i:t, Hebeknhs, which held its ninth
nnnurtl convention nt ' Odd Fellows
hull, Central Point, on Wcdncsdny.
Mrs. Jcsslo Howard of Medford was
chosen chairman, and Mrs. Martha
Abbott ot Jacksonville, secretary.
Next annual meeting nt Medford,
Uelegntcn to tho nunilx'r of 2.1 at
tended from here, Including both
Rchckuhs and .Jacobs.
II. O. I'urucker Is homo from tho
gathering of Metropolitan agents at
San Francisco, Pacific coast division,
nnd reports tho event nnve nct'n
tho biggest and most successful in
tho history of tho company.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Orvlllo (lllck left on
Thursday, returning to their homo at
Itushsylvunln, Ohio, after u visit hern
with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Heaver, par
ents of Mrs. (lllck, who as May Heav
er was formerly a teacher In the Knst
Word comes from Klamath Falls
that I). V. Kuykendall has been up
pointed by (lov. Withycombo as Judge
of tho Klamath circuit court to fill
tho vacancy caused by tho death of
Right on the dot tho city stands
ready to redeem improvement bonds
Nos. 1.11 to ins inclusive, Nov. I,
191.1. Amounts, range from $300 to
Vomer O. N. Smith of the Ashland
liand, Is leader of tho Haptlsl church
choir, and by virtue of this new Job
Is capable of sliding from first tenor
to second bass In u number of tune
ful and Intricate tronbono obligates
an special musical accompaniments to
the expounding or tho text.
Kindergarten privileges ore being
afforded by MUs Minnie Heaver ut
the Murray rosldonco on Liberty St.
Mlbs Nelllo Matthews of Arm
strong, lown, has been elected teach
er of the first grade, Hast school, In
placo of Miss Vlda Foley, resigned.
She is a graduate of the Iowa state
normal school nt Cedar Falls,
Mr. and Mis, J. IJ. i:rwn of Nor
ton, Kansas, were guests early In tho
week of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hush,
who stopped over In Ashland for a
brief visit with their old-tlmo friends
on tho way home from a tilp tp the
coaht Including exposition points
A. II. Imonhlll of Myer creek
neighborhood, has been serving on
tho circuit court Jury, although not
summoned on the original panel.
At a city council mooting Tuesday
night with only half the members
present, the councillors got nearly as
far as tho Hillings lull In their delib
erations, when out of sheer exhaus
GOTHIC THE NEW
a torasc COLLAR
IT FITS THE CRAVAT
I ClUCTT PtABBBY a CO luc mh
tion tho curtain was rung down on
further developments without oven
resorting to an executive session,
Parties contemplating signing up
for irrigating privileges In connection
with the Ashland-Hellvlnw project aro
urged to attend to tho mntter nt once.
Petitions nnd prospectuses can be
found at McWHllamn & Kdglnton's
Sunnystde lodgo of Masons, Port
land, wns taken over bodily by police
of the metropolis at a recent meeting.
With tho exception of Mayor Albro,
who wan present ns mi invited guest,
tho work was done entirely by a
special detail of rops, over 200 at
tending tho ceremony of conferring
the third degree. A. II. llrown, mns
tet of the lodge, Is n postnl clerk on
tho Shasta Limited between Portland
and Ashland, nnd his services have
been Treely nt tho disposal of local
craft as opportunity has offered.
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Kirk, of Al
bany, Ore., are visiting nt tho homo
of Dr. W. K. Hlnke. the latter be
ing a sister of tho doctor'H. They aro
on their way to tho expositions.
Another Cooit hat como to town.
Reference is made to Claudo Coon,
lecontly of Klnmntli Falls, who wns
formerly nssoelntod horo with needi
er Danford In tho electrlo business.
He Is on teb lookout for n new loca
Notice Is hereby given that tho un
dersigned will upply to tho city coun
cil at Its meeting to ha held Novem
ber 2, ID IB, for n license to Bell matt,
spirituous nnd vinous liquors In
quantities less than n gallon nt Its
place of. business ut- 32 North Front
street, in tho cty of Medford until
January 1, 191 C.
Dated Oct. 18, 191B.
M. & K. .1. ADAMS.
INTEItUIMIAN ACTO OAK CO.
Leavo Medford dally except Bun
day for Asbiand, Talent nnd Phoenix
nt 8 a, m., 1:15, 3. ad andB:16 and
10:15 p. m. (Saturday at 11:15 p.
m.) Sunday leave at 8:00 nnd 11:00
a. rn., 1:00, 5:00 and 9:3c p. m.
Leavo Ashland dally excopt Sunday
at 9:00 a. ni 12:50, 2:30, 4:30 and
7:00 p. m. and Sunday nt 10:00 a,
m.. 19 noon. 4:00. fi and 10:30 p. m.
SALTS FOR KIDNEYS
Eat leu meat if Kidooyi feel like lead
or Bladder bothers yon Meat
forms uric acid.
Moit folk forget that the kidneys,
like tba bonrelt, get ilugguh and clogged
and need a lluihlng occailonally, cite we
havo backache and dull mUery in the
kidney region, severe headaches, rheu
inatle twluges, torpid liver, acid-toinaeli,
tleeplctiness and all sorts of bUdJer die
You simply must keep your kidneys
active and clcau, and tho moment you
feel an tche or pain in the kidney
region, get about four ounce of Jad,
Salts from any good drug store hero,
take a tableapoonful in a glass of water
before hitaUakt for a few days and
our kiJneja will then act flue. This
famous salts it made from the acid of
grupes and lemon Juice, combined with
lltbls, and ia Imrmlom to fltuh clogged
kidney and stimulate them to normal
activity. It alao ntutrulirca the acid
in tliu urine o it no longir irritate,
thus ending bladder disorder.
Jad rialtt Ik harmless inexpensive)
make a delightful clfervetccnt lithia
water drink wliich everybody should taku
now aud tlutu to keep their kldneya clean,
thut avoiding wriona complication.
A well kuowu local druggUt say he
sell lota of Jad Salts to folk who believe
in overcoming kiduvy trouble while It i
Newest and Best in
GRANTS PASS, ORE.
Kmbodies every convenience aud
comfort found in a modern hotel,
lot Hiid cold wntor, steam heat and
telephone In every room. !arge
heerful lobby with open fire. Well
Lighted Humph Hooiim. Hates
moderate Auto-bus to all trains.
Mttdford trade especially solicited.
F. W. STREETS, Prop.
LOOK YOUNG, PRETTY
Grandma's recipe of Sage Tea and
Sulphur darkens so naturally'
that nobody can telL
Almost CTcryono knows that Ssgo T
and ttulpbur, properly compounded,
bring lack the natural color and lutlra
to tuo hair when fiulod, streaked or grays
aM ends dandrulf, itching scalp anil
tops falling hair. Yearn ago Uie only
way to get thU mixture nu to lunfca K
at home, which I umity and troubla
Home. Nowndayi, by asking at any druf,
store for "Wycth'a Hagu and Sulphur
Hair llnnwl.v, you will got a large bot
tle, of this famous old recipe for about
Don't stay gray I Try it I No one
can pottnlMy tell that you darkened your
i hair, oa it uoa it no naturally ana
, nenly. You dampen a tpongu or tolt
bruah with It nnd draw thU through our
( hulr, taking one small hItajuI nt a time;
' by morning tho gray hair disappears, arid
afU-r another application or two, your
hair become iieauiliuiiy uarx, tnlcJc ana
Notico la hereby given that tho un
dornlgucd will upply to tho city coun
cil at its meeting to bo held Novem
ber 2, 1915, for a licensq to soil malt,
spirituous and ylnous llquoia In
nnutltlea lesn than a gallon at its
place of business on lot 11, block 20,
Ity of Medford until January 1, lOlfi,
Datod Octobor 9, 1915.
BKLSI1Y & KKNNKDY,
22 North Front St.
SCHOOL WAHH.INTS FOIl KAT.K
School District No. 71, P. O. Trail,
Oregon. Warrants for safe. Amount
One Thousand Dollurn, In $50 units,
to run from one to five. t',rs, with
.1. W. MILLKIt,
FOK HUNT IIOHriKKKKI'INO
FOlt iwNTMoTloiii furnished
housekeeping rooms, cheap; closu
In, 234 Kast 9th. 208
-t i . : ,-r; 1 ajjjf ' ' ;
FOK KKN'T .1IOXJSK8
Foil ItKNTNIco ""fi-Voom furnished
bungalow, cheap for winter. 822
West 12th. Carpets for sue. 190
FOlt ilBNT Kurnliihed l-room
house, strictly modern, close in,
lights and water furnished. Phono
931-L, or call ut 200 W. Main.
FOR HUNT (First class bungalow,
gim nud wood rangeH, beds, etc.,
included. Phono 118-X.
FOR KBNT Furnished modern
house. W. II. Bverhaid, 1013 W.
FOR RENT Well furnished modern
bungalow. 422 South Laurel.
FOR SALli ItRAti KSTATH
FOR BALE 00 acres land, fine, deep
soil, deeded water right, 7 room
houHo, electric lighted, modern,
46x3G barn, fenced Page wire, 40
acres In alfalfa, corn, sugar boots
and small garden truck, 20 ncros
In pears, Hartlett aud D'Anjou,
small peach orchard, toam horses,
cow, farm implements and all crop
goes with place. For prlco and
particulars, address Uox 56, R, F.
D, No. 2, L. M. O, Central Point,
RBAL KSTATB FOR BALK All
kinds of property for salo or ox
change, Gold Ray Realty Co.
FOR SALE Farm land, fruit land,
timber land, land from I&.00 por
aero upwurds on Ions time. Qald
Ray Realty Co,
I hao ono of tho finest outlajlng
stock ranches in the county. Four
hundred uores nearly all of It Is ag
ricultural land, and half of it Irri
gated. Fine Improvements, well out
in the free outrauga About $5000
wmth of peihonal property goes with
It. Prlco 22,000, mid n great buy at
lino little place close, to pavement
In (irauta Paw, nix noroM, some at
falfu, and some fruit. Would trade
ulear for Mod ford property.
C. D. HOON
Room 10, Jatkkon County Rank Illiltf.
FOR KKNT FUltflinrJRK flOOMH
FOR RBN'T Furnished rooms nnt
also house keeping rooms, close in.
304 South Central.
FOR RENT Jll.1UKliU?(KOU8
FOR LEASE Equipped placer mine.
Gold ltay Realty Co.
FOR LEASE RIcK ' ilvoc bottom
land. Fine for gardening, corn
and potatoes. R., caro Mall Tri
bune. FOR 8ALK--ancmAiAXKOU8
FOR SALE Hugs, .lowing machine,
stovc. bed, kitchen cabinet, dishes,
etc Inquire, Mrs. U. P. llrown at
Golden Rule or 014 W. 1 1th.
FOR BALE llnrgnlnts at llooth 14,
public mnvKet. Hugs, all nles,
JK.Q0. n hundred; beer, mutton and
chickens: mutton stew. ;i lbs. for
25c; beef stew lie; voting pulnoa
FOR SALE Hot of buggy wheels In
first class condition. 719 W. 13tb.
FOR SALE Singer flowing machine.
In good repair: Inch mesh chicken
wire and other things, cheap. uiO
K. 14th street.
FOR BALK Corn, henrdlcss. and
bearded barley. Phono 30, Dr.
FOR BALK Polo mountain buggy,
good ns now, Palmer Investment
Co., Modoc Orchard.
FOR BALE Stamp mill, mining cars
nnd track rail, pumps, hoists, air
compressor, ulr irl)ls, mining m-a
chlnory, tools and suppllos, Iron
nnd hydraulic pipe all nUes, at halt
prlco. Address M, caro Tribune.
FOR BALE Angora
White, Climax, Ore.
' , criT,aiast -w
FOR BALK Team, wneon nnd liar
ness, cheap; thoroughbred Duroo
maio nog. t,. Aimer, Rom Lane.
FOR SALE -Good young Jersey cow.
Phono 40S-R-1, 190
FOR BALK Bay mnre, harness,
buggy, wagon, shot gun (Winches
ter), glrl'a bicycle, Jersey cow.
Frltscho, Hox 33-A, Route 2, Med
FOR SALE Cliolco registered Duroc
gelta, young boars, and weanlings.
L. 11, Houston. 1 mile, west ot Tal
ent, Phono 3-F12. 189
WANTED Furnished mom; give
deutlhtry. Call Dr. Jones, 204 E,
.Main St, 91
WANTED Second hand 3-4 or 1-2
inch water plpo; also to trade
wagon, buggy or home for A-l
milk cows. Phono 148-X".
WANTED Large knitting mill in
vites correspondence from women
desirous ot earning money, part or
full tlmo. Good pay. Experience
unnecessary. International Mills,
Inc., Norrlfltown, Pa. 200
HELP. WANTKIt 3IAI.K
W A NTED- man" who" wiil iiho "ltls
brains and feet for eight hours n
day, can secure, u splendid poitltlou
with good lucouiu with tho Pacific
Mutuul Life Insurance Co. Acci
dent and Health Department, 301
2 Tltlu & Trust Hidg., Portland,
wIM on runtli. Inquire Ci47 South
Front St 190
WANTED Drosjinaklog. Phono
479-M. 141 South Central.
IT LS YOl'R IIVHLVESS TO SBli MB i
Decausa my tiacx. m trade la to
have optioned at tho lowest cash
pries the test buy In this county.
I nave boon uu tuo ground look
ing out for you for the past fire
years. Nearly everyday I have In
vestigated some "good thing." I have
eliminated everything except those
deals which I am convinced will se
cure Did satisfied customers,
In a few hours time I can. give you
the benefit of this research. It Is my
business to show you over tho count
and Introduce you to the possibilities
and opportunities here. Bee Med
ford first and
J. C. BARNES
104 Weat UmIu HUca
LAHKR AUTO SPRING CO. We
am oporntlng the largest, oldest
and best, equipped, plant In the Pa
cific northwest. Uso our springe
when others fall. Bold under guar
antee. 2(5 North Flftoeuth St.,
PORTER J. NEFF. VM. P. MKALEY
Attnrnoy-nt-Luw, Rooms 8 aud
9, Medford National Hank bids;.
A. R. UBAMES, LAWYER GurnetU
0. M. ROIlERTS-Lawyqr.
Medford National Dank Uulldlng.
Dr. W. M. VAN BCOYOC
DR. C. C. VAN.SCOYOU
Oarnctt-Coroy Illdg., ulto
Medford, Oro. Phono 8RC.
Collections nnd Reports
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS We)
collected somo accounts 14 years
old, Wo know how to get the
money. The Uunoclt Mercantile
Agency. Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 3, lltis
klns' Hidg., 210 K. Main t.
t. , - -''
KuMlnecr nnil Contractor
M " m - -,-,. U-1J-LI-U
FRED N. CUMM1NOS Snglncer and
contractor, 404 M. F. & H. Hidg,
8(irvea i-atlmntos, irrlgatloa
ilralnago, orchard nud land Im
GARHAGB Get your premise
cleaned up for tho hummer. Call
on the city gnrbngo wagons for
good service. Phouo 274-L. F,
Inifrtictlon lu uIc
HAKUIT MUSIC STUDIO Room
401, Gnrnett-Corey bldg. Fred Al
ton llaight, piano; Mrs. Florence
Hnlliduy llaight, voice. Phone
l'li)Mcliui.i niul Hurgeoim
DR. K. O. OARLOW, DR. BVA
MAINS CARLOW Ostcopathlo
phyidclnns, 41G-417 Qarnett-Corey
bldg., phono 103C-L. Residence
20 South Laurel at.
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopathic
physician, 303 Garnett-Corey
building. Phono Q.04-.M.
DR. J. J. E.MMUN8 Physician aud
surgeon. Pructlco limited to eye,
eur, nose nnd throat. Byes scien
tifically tested nnd glasses sup
plied. Oculist nnd Aurlst for S. P.
R. R. Co. Offices M. K. & H. Co.
bldg., opposlto P. O. Phono 5C7.
DR. Jt. W. CLANCY Physician end
surgeon Phones, offlco 30, resl
donco 724-J, Office hours, 10 to
13. 2 to G.
DR. fl. A. LOCKWOOD '
DR. MYRTLE S. LOCKWOOD
Physicians and surgeons. Office
309-310-Jll, M. F. & II. bldg-.
Phones, lesideuco S14-J2, office
IUI rAIITIV n DliiniMi .vi ,
..... ........... v. UllUUliU I'l'lHl-
rlan aud surgeon. Headaches and
block, opposlto Nash hotel. Hours
10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phono 11 0-J.
T. (1. HKINK, M. D Bye, Ear.
Noso nud Throat. Headaches und
nervoitii conditions relieved by
properly fitted glasses. Cross eyes
straightened. Office 228 K. Main
t-. phono 303. Consultation free.
Pinters and l'lildlsbcn
MEDFORD PRINTING CO., bus the
best equlppod prlutlng offlco in
southern Oregon; hook binding,
loose leaf ledger, bllllug systems,
etc Portland prices. 27 North
M. T EDWARDS. Bteographer
nnd Multlgrnphlner-.'Hooiua 409-"410
(lavnott-Coivy building. Office
phono 70H-J, rosldenco phone
KADS TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.'
Oiflco 42 North Front st. Phone
310. Prices right. Servco guar
anteed. LEAR.V WATCIWAKIXO
Tukn the right step now; pleasant,
profitable work nut overdone; few
mouths leurnlng: positions guaran
teed; w rite for references and partic
ulars. Portland Watchmaking, Kr
gruvlng and Optical School. 218 Com
monwealth Hidg, t'.th aud Auktuty,