Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, November 20, 1915, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    MEDFOtfD MAIL TRTBUNT3, MEDFOUD. OKE(KXt SATl'TiP-AY, NOVRMrWR 20, ion
PAGEMVJI
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Freckles and His Friends
By Blosser
At the Churches t
8 n. in.fl Holy Communion.
0 a. in. Sunday school.
11 it. ii, Holy Communion.
,7.10 p.' in. Evening l'rnycr.
Thanksgiving Day services:
n. )ii. Holy Commiintou.
11 n. in. Holy Communion.
VM. II. HAMILTON, Vlcnr.
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Catholic
(South Oakdalc Avo.) $j
Klrst Mnss Sunday nt 7:30 n. m.
Second mass nt 9:30 n. in.
No veiling services,.
iifcv". JOHN POWERS, Rector.
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Pico Methodist C'liiurli
(Cor. 10th and Ivy)
Sunday school 10 n. in.
Preaching 11 n. m.
Preaching 7:. 10 p. m.
Midweek prayer meeting Thurn
ilay 7:30 p. in.
, Come to theso services. You nro
wolcohie. .1. 13. URADLKY,
Pastor.
I'ht Church of Cliilst, Scientist
Sunday services nt 11 o'clock. Sub
ject, "Soul nnd nody."
Wednesday evening meeting, nt
whlc.li testimonies of hqullug nro
given, 7:30.
.All nro cordially Invited.
Sunday school nt 10 o'clock. Al
under tho.ngo of 20 nro wolcomo.
Rending room In church edifice,
212 North Oakdale, open fro m 1:30
to 1;30 dully oxcopt Sundays and
holidays.
Thnnksglvlng Day sorvlccs will ho
held In church edifice nt 11 o'clock.
Onkdnlo Avo. Mctliodh.t
Sundny school nt 10 n. m.
UPrcnchlng at 11 n. in, by Rev.
.losoph Goldman, ex-Jewish rabbi,
who wns converted to Christ 3 enrs
ngo. Ills subject will bo "Whqru uro
the Ten Trllicjs of Israel." Rev. Gold?
man Is nn Interesting poaker nnd ill)
should nyall themselveu of tho op
portunity to bear him.
Epworth Leagpo nt !:30 p. in.
Prenchlng at 7:30 p. in.
Union Thanksgiving service nt tho
Christian church Thursday, Nov. 25
nt 10:30 n. in. Rev, Rollins, pastor
of tho M, E, church will preach tlu
t.orinon. ,
Prayer mooting Thursday ovo nt
7:30, Strnngeru are Invited to nil
these services.
II. M. I1RANHAM, Pastor.
KlrM Methodist Episcopal
(Dr. J, C. Rollins, Pastor)
' Tho Sunday school hour Ih 9: IS n.
in. The public is cordially Invited to
attend.
Public worship nt 11 n. m, utid
7:30 p. in. Tho pastor preaches at
both services.
Morning theme, "Has God Need of
nythlng?"
Evening, "The Scepticism of Preju
dice." 'At both services thero will bo
npeclul music, and nt tho evening
hour n spirited prnlsu scrvlco will
precede tho sermon.
Epworth I.onguo dovotlonnl meet
ing nt 0:15. All young people uro
cordially Invited to attend.
If you have no other church homo
you will find a cordial wolcomo nt
(ho church of tho forward look.
Let the people remember the great
tempoiniice mass meeting nt tho Page
nt 3 o'clock, when Congressman Hob
sou and Dr. Stearns will speak,
Pivsbjtcilnii
(Cor. Main nnd Holly Sts., Weston l
Shields, Pastor)
Pronrhlng nt 11 n, in. Subject,
"Our Reasons for Thanksgiving."
Evunlug servlro Is nn evening with
.lapau. A good lantern nnd 72 slides
wll ladd to tho Interest of the lecture.
All should hoar this, both old nnd
young. The horvlco will begin at
7:30.
Sunday school at 10 n. m. Kin
dergarten nt 1 1 n. m.
Y. P. S. C. E. nt C:0 p. m. Sub
ject, "The Way In Which God Wnnts
to bo Thanked," Louder, Willie How
ard. Offering morning and evening for
homo missions. All uro reituostod to
coma piopared.
Hon) Richard P. Hobson at 3:00
p. m. nt tho Page Opera House.
I.ndloA' Aid moots all day Tuesday.
Union Thanksgiving sorvlro nt
10:Q In tho Christian church. All
uro Invited to thoso services.
l'liT('lirlstlnn
(Cor. 0th and Oakdale)
Tho church with n living mossuge,
to which wo Invito you. Wo are
proa.ehlng on tho fundamentals of
religion and Invite you to the sorvlcos.
Morning 10:45. Subject. "Tho
pflwtir that overcomes tho world."
livening 7:80. "The windows op
nc4 toward Jerusalem."
Yftu should hoar those sermons.
Cw and w will reason together.
Sunday school at &;-IS a. m. Re
mmalMr the slogan aari work. The
wi MMtD'a rlaa wants the ynNHff
uMm who are aat auoNtling ttbtewhero.
t. K. !(- hM reaekwl tTaat
M4Mt la MMUtra that It oarrioa Im
MiratlM Mtl wutituaUan Ut all At
t4 tad eatrh ih spirit. i p
in in lriuu' room
HviurmlM-r tU llilou K dtru
meeting at tho Tago theater Sundny
afternoon nt 3 o'clock.
Thanksgiving scrvlco in the Chris
tian church Thursday nt 10:30. Dr.
Rollins of tho First M. E. church
will preach the sormon.
Choir practice Krlday evening at
7 ;!!.
We invito nil tsarngcrs to our ser
vices and ml wi.e are not nfflliatod
with another Church are cordially in
vited. HARRY E. TUCKER.
Minister.
Fnt I (apt 1st,
,"A live church with n cordlnl wel
come." Morning scrvlco 11 o'clock. Sub
ject, "God's search for receptlvo
hearts," Rev. E. W. Carstens, pastor.
Quartette, "Thero Is n Holy City"
(Shelly); Instrumental, violin, Air
on "G" string, (Ilach) Mra. Zola,
White Tnlcy.
Evening sorvlce, 7:30 o'clock. Sub
Jed, "Tho second coming of Christ,"
A lecluro by Dr. Joseph Goldman,
up ox-Rubbl, who will also glvo tho
st.Qry of his conversion to Christian
ity; like Pnul, ho linn given up every
thing for Christ nnd has suffered
persecution for Uio Gospcl'n snko. Do
not fall lo hear him.
Quartette, "Tarry with mo O my
Savior," (Raid win.)
Sunday school, "Tho uchool with n
vim," 9:30 o'clock. Como early,
don't miss tho music.
II. V, P. U. G:30 p. in. Subjoct,
'"The way In which God wants to bo
thanked." Leaders, Mno Meadows nnd
Xelma Roberts. A good program has
beep arranged. Special music.
Don't orgot tho "Get Together"
banquet nt .lohusqn'a Cnfo on Tues
day evening nt 7:30. Theme "Thanks
giving," u good program has been
arranged. eGt your tickets of E. J.
Stewart.
Mr. nml Mis. Kouiultiee hnu' re
turned from W.ishinv;ton mid are
visiting nt the home oL their tluuli
ter, Mrs. F.lla WaWi.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ans.il (lilson of Ster
linsc spent Monday lit town.
II H. I'.cekmmi i- in Portland nt
present attending to liiisinss mat
ters Mr. Ileekir.an and sister, Miss
Carrie, lccentlv returned from Snn
Franeieo, herf they vUitcd the ox
position. Miss Leila Piim was a .Med ford
visitor Tuiwlay.
Mii. T. J. Fink enlitaiiu'd Mr. ami
.Mrs. Harry l.uv ami children and
.Mrs. KIIm Cook at dinner Sunday.
Mifcs MtJIie llritt iias iteunied
from a two weeks' visit with friends
living in Oakland, Col.
Miss Mai inn Iloweu let) for Kit-
jieuo Friday, where ho will bpuml
Tlinnksgiwug week at the U. of ().
visiting lu'i' cousin, Miss lluth Wil
son. Mi. Walter Kentnsr and ohildren
evpeet to leave lor Aimeonda, Moat.,
next week, wheie Mr. Keiitiier is lo
cated. Do't Cauieiou of (laliee pent sev
eral duys in town this week.
.Miss Minnie Walter of Appleigntu
is visitiuo her sister, Mis Aittfiista
Wendt.
Mis Alice Alorvnn of Iluppy Camp,
Cal., is spoadiiiK the wi'ok with bur
JACKSONVILLE ITEMS
siot.-'r, Mrs. ()er Lewiu.
Mis Lulu Williams, tho genial
bookkeeper for Tnyloi-Williiiuuf Cu,,
is con fined to Iter room witli a o
vvf ut luck of In itrippe.
Mtn. llattie I lean If i spuuding Uio
w.H'k with relative living naui- Hun
com. Mr- W. II. JoJi!isU eairti(uI
th? Wviiauluy fteinooe ytutt at lliif
home this work, while Mm. Juhu
Diuiuingtun hoUM tu the Am
eti-ia 0 iris l'rirty, tHlertaminit ia
honor (r hrr cotiaia, Mr. Fraii
O-Killey.
Mr. and Mi. MifciH re Jaek
MNtvillf ealU'r I row AMtt en
Thursday.
Julia AJuWt Mtuwd trum
I lilt. Cal.. whfi ' it tut bm ai4oy
mi 'or mmu tiaM iut.
Mus Jsii laatrltor of M4ford
i-.il"l nt the li hiii f U-r ilrr lhi
)lr .ipu W- I."- l' tf-
turned from Copper, Cnl., where .Mr.
Port v;'m fire warden Inst fauumier.
Mr St nit ton of Talent nml Cntl
OlttHgow of Jleilfoiil were business
enllers nt tlu ectinty bent AYYdnes-iliiy.
Fred Opp, one of the owners of
the Opp mine, iiecompauied his
hrotlifr to .Jacksonville the first of
tie week.
Mrs. V. II. Houin nnd Mix. S ,1.
Wilson and Curley Wilson nlli'inU'il
the Cliiivtinn Seienee leetuie ut Al
Imul Tuesday eveninj,'.
The younjj people of Jncksonvillc
have orgniuzetl u social club for this
winter, the initial meeting to lie held
Thursday evening in the dub roiii
adjoining MmIioiio.v'h hull. After a
nliort Imsini'ss meeting the evening
was spent in dancing; The eltib mem
hers iiioIimTo Misses Alice Moivnn,
Jewel' Uniley, Luuiae ICnsele, Minnie
ICelley, (jeitrudo Not ton, Mublo
Keeve, Ekroi. Gull, Alfred Norris,
Julian .iiid Sidney Abbott, Hello Me
Inlyre, TooIh Thompson, Lou Haker,
Fred Collins. Merritt Dews. Dnvo
'Croiii'iinlloi Kay Itity nnd Dim Hag-
bllllV.
Mrv. Israel Lewis, who has been
visiting iiet mother, Mrs. Henderson,
nt Gold Hill for several days, return
ed home Thursday evening.
.Mrs. T. M. Jones of Comiiur, Cal.,
is i.sitin; her sister, rrs. Joe lloag-
', 1 ..i l'!ll O....! 1 ..I,..
anu, I'l V umiv oiiin;, iiiiii lunu
iiiiniy of her numerous Central Point
friends-.
J. K. K'tss, who has .spent several
,montIiH piospecling in the Applegalo
j country, spent the week end heie vilh
his family.
Mix. J. K. Hoswell and Mw. Clara
Ilawl: madu a business trip to Ash
and this week.
Mrs. Shipley Iloss, who has been
the guest of her si.ler, Mrs. Klla Ho
lier at Grants 1'ass, retuijied home
Thursday evenin,.
Merrill Keni'ull ud Kenneth
llecbu let timed Thursday evening
fwun a visit to San Francisco and
the exposition.
A. K. La Polite made a business
trip north Thursday evening.
Hay Agor returned tho middle of
the week from Portland, where ho
has been visiting his father and
mother.
Mr. X. F. Chillier of Xorlh
Phoenix has been visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mr. 1. F. Williams.
Mis. Ann Thomas has returned to
her home in this city utter visiting
lelatives at Klamath Falls for some
months.
A surprise handkerchief shower
party wax given by Mr. and Mrs.
Jose Richardson at their homo to
their little dit'igiilcr, Clitiatcuu. in
honor of her ninth birthdav, Kovem
bur 17. I'liiisttnu was met at the
door by twelve little friends, each
thtowit.g a handkerchief at her as
thov enteied. Alter playiuN! MVeral
aaiius light lel'reshinents weie serv
ed at 4:10 p. in. Those present were;
Alta Greslner, Grace lleta, llildixanl
ling. Mat joiio Ia Ponle. Dorothy La
Polite, Francis. Gill, Agues Paukey,
Loin Austin, Lois Hall, Lue Kldcu,
Clnikteim Uiehaidkou. Halph FIdeu
and Snufnrd l(ichardoii. ('hristeaa
inceived tvvcpiv-niiio lianilkcrchiei's
frum IhesM nittL.v little uolioolmtttes
iind friends
Victm lliiraull and llarrv Carlton
returnutl I rum a business trip t
PortlMiid the firl of the week.
Judge Charles II. Gay of Medfonl
wnb haru Fralnv morninj, for a lint!
time. W. II. Liiwis, Ji laaaaRer of tlu
l.ovyis auto liae, is ttpuililjag n few
litiya at the San Prauuifcco e posi
tion. The MrtieiMuU taut wQtm in the
''Gyiny Quivn" eaatata, ovr hftv in
HHaiber, -Mrpn-Ml tWir muicl di
ifator, Mr. H A. Malkvy, Ht hci
hawi' Wwiurxln evvaiafl. It wa-. a
gay mikI jkvimm affuii with nu or
ohaktra to euUvtm tbuta iut a mis
kit laVyiau llu "b'Hil the trvuiiig.
)uriui( th i-vruuia ! t-"nt cra
Mrvd. A itiiduiuht Iht .ii !
Klrieil Mi'i'iHOiHiH'd bv their i um
l Miii ii-, llu i.iiii-. nml in.. ii . i. nil
cliiljn r.'h "Mr anu all t ..'
CENTRAL POINT
Dr. and Mr. Mulkev roynl entertainers.
The inentber.s of the irder of the
Knights and Ladies of Security gave
u reception ut their hall Wednesday
evening to It. L. Walker, a visiting
member from Portland.
Mrs. J. L. Spink of Mcdford was
visiting old friends here Friday.
John lloHselgmvo made a business
trip to Talent during the week.
J. II. Gay was u Medfoid visitor
Friday.
Clarence Pankey luKgonn to Horn-
brook on a business (rip.
Will lliimmett and wife of Grants
Pass were visiting friends hero re
cently. Mr. and Mrs. Thonihriie motored
to Dearie on a biisiueaK trip the tirst
of the week.
The Central Point Athlilie club
will give a I'anco Wednesday night.
November 'J I, and will also have a
football game here on Thanksgiving.
W. T. StiiHuun and his mother,
Mrs. Dnisy Hlidhani, motoied lo Ash
laud Kridny afternoon.
Our Rest Seller
Wo nro selling moro of Merltnl
Eczema Remedy than all tho others
put together. This largo salo is duo
to the fact that it is u preparation
of unusual merit, mndo expressly for
ono purpose, eczema in Its various
forms. If ybu nro afflicted with this
loathsome disease, do not delay using
Merltol Eczema Remedy. Prices fiOc
and $ 1,00. Exclualvo Agency Hasklun
Drug Storo. Adv.
INTKRUltltAN AUTO CAU CO.
Tlino Tabic
Lcryo Modforrt dally oxcopt Bun
day for Ashiand, Talent nnd Phoenix
nt 8 n, m., 1:15, 3.j0 nnd r : 1 r. nnd
10:ir p. in. (Saturday at 11:15 p.
m.) Sundny loavo nt 8:00 nnd 11:00
n. m., 1:00, 5:00 and 9:3c p. in.
Lcnvo Ashland dally oxcopt Sundny
at 9:00 a. ra., 12:50, 2:30. 4:30 and
7:00 p. in. and Sunday nt 10:00 a.
m 12 noon, 4:00, G and 1030 u. m.
.NOTICE I'Olt SEWEIt IMUS
Notice Is hereby given that the city
council will receive healed bids for
the construction of a six inch latoral
sowor on Edwaids street from tho
east lino of lot, 3, block 1, Wild wood
Addition to Riverside Avenue, nt the
next regular mooting December 7th,
lit 15. The plana nnd specifications
governing tho construction of this
sewer nro on fllo nt tho city record
er's office. All bids must be accom
panied by u certified check for 5 per
cent of the bid and must be filed
with the undersigned nt the city ball
not Inter than five P. M , Tuesday,
December 7th, 1915.
Dated this 17th day of November,
1915, at Medford, Oregon.
ELMER T. KOSS.
Rocorder of tho City of Medford.
I'Olt KENT llOtlKKKEEI'IKO
IIOO.M8
TOR ' I t?CNT loiie rn hiTnlsiiod
housekeeping rooms, cheap; closo
In. 234 East 9th. 203
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT 7-room house on West
Mnln. Phono 585-J. 212
FOR RENT Ton room house, un
furnished or partly furnished; fur
nace. Mrs. .1. E. Watt, phono
3M-.I-1. 209
FOR RENT -Furnished modern
homo. W. II. Evorhard, 1013 W.
9th street.
FOR RENT .Well tiirnlshod modorn
bungalow, 422 South Laurel.
FOR RENT Qo. Sargent's plnco on
O.tkdnle nvjinue. Inquire of II. II.
Nye or Roy 1). Peebles. 225
FOR 1IK.V1' KUK.MnlliSli ItOO.MH
KtllUtBNTFnVnw'ied'rooiirat 822
South Central. 208
l-'Ott HIC.VT MIKUKLI.A.NKOUH
FOR RENT 14 uoTos, partly in bear
ing orchard; house and tools; lVt
tulle from city limits. Phouu
6K5-J. 212 1
FOR LEAKIt Rich river bottom j
land. Fine for gardening, corn :
and aalaleair. It., care Mall Trl-1
uae. '
LK.MLN WATCHMAKING
Taati lae rig lit t mM' . pleasant,
prwilieuiB nu,H HW iiot,umi.v
jatunths lfearnjnj, posltlona guarsn
immI wrll far rfrenr ami partis
Hlars Portland Watrhiuaslug. En-
I arn vliitf sad Optlral School i s Com-
i ihoihhmIiii Miliar . till and Aui-uiy.
lyttiana, Urvgua,
"iScv. r v4 sssc?
hr,V I
NM , dll,rt."
FOU BAIiK ItKAlj KSTATH
FOTtluMC'iun
tlmbor Innd, lnnd from $5,00 per
ncro upwards on long tltuo. Gold
Rny Rcnlty Co.
FOIl BAIiR--aiIncitltiAXnOUS
FORSALlGrnhMiny 'and ""'gcoso!
Phono 591-12.
FOR SALE Good second linnd Thor
electric wnshlng machine. Phono
570-H, or call 2IC S. Rlvorsldo.
FOR SALE 1911 Mnxwoll 25 In per
fect condition nt a bargain. Ilox
25, Mull Tribune. 208
FOR SALE Studebnker 1914, used
IS mouths; perfect condition; self
starter; electric lights; everything.
P. O. Ilox 598, Phono CC1-,1. 209
FOR SALE A good motorcycle, can
be een at Motorcycle shop, Sparta
building. 208
FOR BALE Stamp mill, mining enrs
nnd trnck rail, pumps, hoists, nlr
compressor, nlr drills, mining m-a
chlnory, tools nnd supplies, iron
nnd hydraulic plpo nil sires, nt hnlt
price. Address M, care Tribune
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE All
kinds of property for snlo or ex
change Gold Rny Realty Co.
FOR SALE Polo mountain buggy,
good as now. Palmer Investment
Co., Modoc Orchard.
FOR SALE Angora goats. Ed
White, Climax, Ore. 112
FOR SALE Grnln liny nnd wheat.
Phono 591-J2.
FOR SALE Stock beets nnd carrots
0.00 per ton. F. L. Cnton, Ccn
trnl Point, It. F. D. No. 2, Phono
29x3. 222
FOR SALE Llttlo Club seed wheat
raised on new land yielding 40
bushels per acre. Jas. Campbell,
Phono 3 11 -It. 210
FOR SALE lleordless mid bearded
barley. Phone 30, Dr. Clancy.
roit hamv--i.it rovrocK
J-uru,T.x,-i.-1.-L.-u,-L,-,.n.T.n.-.- -i Vn.-u1J1
FOR SALE Must sacrifice 'snverul
good cows for lack of feed. Ilox
L., .Mali Tribune. 20S
FOR SALE 15 bursas, 12 hoavy
work mares, Inquire Vinson's
Darn, N. Rlvorsldo Avo. 21G
WANTIJn SITUATIONS
WANTED Ry young married mnn,
work of any kind; good baud with
team. 200 tth St. Ashland. 208
WANTED Work"byTiay,"hour or Job
by mnn with tenia; ulso wo havo
alfalfa, grain, hay nnd straw nnd
wood for sale, Leo Young, Phono
7-FI. 221
W'ANTI't-M!numjiiA.Kni'H
W A NT1C I : r TO "l I U Y Two or iltlo
bushels of llttlo club of bluo stem
seed wheat, ulso 300 bushels bald
or beardloHS seed bnrley; ten tons
of nlfalfn, one self dump contrac
tor's wagon; also 10 tons lolled or
whole oats and barley. Reply P.
O. Rex 227, Medford. 209
WANTED-r-To purehusiT" Irrigated
ranch; prefer location In district
north nnd east of Medfoid; place
must bo Irrigated or under propos
ed extension of Irrigation ditch;
prluu must lju roasoiinblo, glvo
price nml best terms, also section,
township and range in luplylug.
Addrosu P. O. Ilox 207, Medlanl.
Oregon. 233
WANTED- Horse, 1200 lbs, fresh
cow, single farm wagon, state price
mid condition In first letter; no
Junk. Ilox la, caio Mall Tribune
FOR EXCHANGE
FOR EXCHANGE I mil In a posi
tion to nrraiiKO for trades for Cal
ifornia property, either city or
county, In exchange for Rogue
rlvur proporty, Address for proa
out, L. II. Houston, Talout, Phono
3-F12. 232
TO EXCHANGE- 20, 10, 50 or 90
acres (or busluoaa or city property.
G. Alldor. Medford. Ore. a 09
HOTEL OXFORD
Newest and Best in
GRANTS PASS, ORE.
Embodies overv convenience and
somfort found In a modern hotel.
Mot and 10UI water, steam beat and
telephone lu evert room Ijirge
hearful lol'ln w.tn open fire, Well
Lighted Sainpltt Itooms. RatM
modarate. Auto-liu to all trains.
Msdford trade enlHlly solicited.
F. W. STREETS, Prop.
HU81.NESS DIRECTORY
Auto Supplies
LAI IKU AUTO SPRING CO. Wo
are operating tho largost, oldest
and best equipped plant In tho Pa
cific northwest. Uso our oprlngf
when others fall. Sold undor guar
antee. 20 North Flfteonth St.,
Portland, Ore.
Attorneys
GEO. W. CHERRY Attornoy.. and
....Notary. Room 0, Jackson County
....Unnk llulldlng, Medford, Oro.
PORTER J. tfEFF, WM. P. MEALET
Attornoys-at-Law, Rooms 8 and
9, Medford National Dank bldg.
A. E. REAMES, LAWYER Ganiott
Coroy bldg.
G. M. ROI1EIITS Lnwycr.
Medford National Dank Building.
-r- n jsrsjjjSTXutt "; i y, . sw
Dentists
L"Dr."w. MVANSCOYOC "
DR. C. (3. VAN SCOYOO
Dentists
Gnrnctt-Coroy Rldg., ulto 310
Medford, Oro. Phono 850.
Collections nnd Hearts
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS We
collected soma accounts 14 yonrs
old. Wo know how to got tho
mopoy. Tho Diiuoclc Mercantile
Agency. Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 3. Has
kins' Illdg., 21G E. Main nt.
Engineer and Contractor
FRED N." CUMM fNOS SngUlic"w"and
contractor, 401 M. F. & H. Illdg
Surveys,, estimates, Irrigation
drnlnngo, orchard and land im
provement. Garbage
GARUAGE Get your promisor
cleaned up for tho numtnor. Call
on the city garbage wagons for
good scrvlco. Phono 274-L. F
Y. Allon.
Instruction In Music
IlXlGHT AfuS?C8TifiT6 1 Rooin
401, Gnmett-Coroy bldg. Fred Al
ton Halght, piano; Mrs, Florence
Hnlllday Halght, voice. Phone
72.
Physicians and Surgeons
ml 'v. ihl:i.ov, niL eva
MAINS CARLOW Osteopathic
physicians, 110-117 Garnott-Coroy
bldg., phono 1030-L. Residence
20 South Laurel st.
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopathic
physician, .103 Gnruett-Curcy
building. Phono 130.
DR. J. J. E.MMENS Physician nnd
surgeon. Practice limited to oyo,
ear, noso nnd throat. Eyes scien
tifically (ostod and glasses, sup
plied. Oculist nnd Aurlst for S. P.
R. It. Co. Offices M. F. & II. Co
bldg., opposite P. O. Phono SG7,
DR. R. W. CLANCY Physician nnd
surgeon Phones, offlco 30, resi
dence 721-J. Offlco hours, 10 to
12, 2 to 5.
DR. S. A. LOOKWOOD
DR. MYRTLE . LOCKWOOD
P'lyslulnns and surgeons. Offlr
309-310-311, M. F. & II, bldg.
Phonos, rosldenco 81I-J2, office
814.
DR. MARTIN C. RARUER -Physician
und surgeon. Offlco I'ulni
block, (i)ipobUo Nash hotel. Hours
10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phono U0-J.
T. G. HEINE, M. I). Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat. Hondaclios nnd
nervous conditions relieved by
properly fitted glasses. Cross oyes
strulghtcnod. Offlco 228 E. Mnln
st , phono .103. Consultation froo.
Printers and Publishers
MEDFORD PRINTING CO., has the i
bout oqiilppud printing offlco In
southern Oregon; book binding
loose loaf ledgers, billing s stems,
etc. Portland prices. 27 North '
l'lr st. '
Public Ntenograplier
M T. EDWARDSL StToraphoi
and Multigraphlng, Rooms 109-410
Garnett-Corey building. Office
phone T09-J, rstddenco phone
103-It.
HKRHKRT .rilKHRIAN- Stenogra
pher, rosin 2. Juokteu County
nHk BMc DIoiatlON takn wnv
ilrt any Urn y th only Steno
tyi oiwralor In Houtbrn Ore. Of
Ut phone r. i r. . uc 27A-J
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Tr.timfer
EJtTTltiMtirBU ITQRAda cb
ntflre 42 North Kront t PhoiK
ir Prln s rUbt. JWrvb guar
HIlH'd
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t5ssr3ic5 c&fji.Ya
NEW TODAY
I havo ono of tho finest outlaying
stock ranches In tho county. Four
hundred ncros nenrly all of It is ag
ricultural land, nnd half of It Irri
gated, Flno Improvements, woll out
In tho freo outrnngo. About J5000
worth of personnl proporty goes with
It. Prlco $22,000, nnd a great buy at
that prlco.
Flno llttlo plnco closq to pavomont
In Grontn Pnss, six ncres, notno al
fnlfn, nnd some fruit. Would trade
clear for Medford property.
C. D. HOON
Room 10, Jackson County lbuilr Rhbz.
WHY?
IT IS YOUIl HUHINKSb TO 8KB MR
Because ray slocx. m trado la to
hnvo optlonod nt tho lowest cash
prlco tho best buy In this county.
I havo boon on tno ground look
ing out for you for the past five
years. Nearly ovoryday 1 hnvo In
vestigated rome "good thing." I hnve
ollmlnntod everything oxcopt those
deals which I nm convinced will se
cure me ontlsfted customers.
In n fow hours Urn I can glvo you
the bonoflt of this roscatch. It lo my
buotnoss to Bhow you over tho county
and Introduce you to the possibilities
and opportunities here. Bee Med
ford flrtt and
J. C. BARNES
1 West Mrtln Htruat
The IDEAL
XMAS GIFT
Is something useful and or
namental. A CEDAR
CHEST IS SUCH, or most
anything in the furnituro
Hire a Ivockei', Pedestal,
.Smoking Sot, etc.
Our special for this Christ
mas is our $8.f0 Pacific Ce
dar ('host for $7.00.
Come in and let us show you
our line.
Descriptive circulars for out
of town people free for tho
asking.
PACIFIC FURNITURE &
FIXTURE FACTORY
AUTO S
Sold on Monthly
Installment Plan.
POWELL AUTO CO.
GET THE HABIT
QF DRINKING
DAISY
ButtermilK
The vvnild'- iini-i li.nib drink.
Kr'-.l ilnwn ei iln ' ''. -'II ou ail
dlink ! .' lr mil dmiv IlllU'll.
Daisy Butter tho Best
G5o Per Roll-r-Wliy Pay More?
1'IiONE Ml. ajj KAsT HAlK
White Velvet Iec trwm Cof
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