Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, November 22, 1915, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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Freckles and His Friends
By Blosser
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FRECKLES, DID j
IsURE.PAW'f
WELL WHAT
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"TOW AN5Wt ALU
TWE QUESTIONS
TKE SVWW.Y SCU06L
VOU?
TEACMER ASKED
MEDFORD MAIL TRTBUNK, MEDFOttD, OT.13flON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1015
60 BUSHELS WHEA
PER AGR
DRY YEAR
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- :" WE AST ME IP . AND ViHAJ DlO What DO VOU .&& WELL, ME MDE ME ..,
.W I COULD "TELL V0USAY? MEAM BY TKvj: 'W. A REAL LITTLE . AM ''&v.
BY PROP
ER FARMING
r:'rIM WKoMAbE.' & w-r FRECKLES? ;';' LJE5T 6ROWEDTM' ,..:..
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W. X. "Campbell, whose 100-nero
fiiini lies itlmo-.: ugnmst Talent, hi
the old Anderson tuiet, tho oil o?
which u ol a tiu thai ought to in
spire nn luimci to w best effort,
u-ports that he hat vested thirty
three aeie of fall wheat of the Lit
tits Cluh vorietv tliis year that jield
i'd fiom fntv-fivc to sistv bushcU to
the MPirf At the present price of
pood vvl.onf i( !s not difficult to fij:
mo Mr. Catti)iL'ir jrturn in net
profit from that harvest. He hml n
smaller ucu-nge of spring wheat that
didn't do mi well bv manv bushels
by reason of the drouth that overtook
it in its prime growing Maon.
Mr. Campbell' best yield of fall
wheat wti' produced on ground that
had been cultivated to coin the pio
vinus vear, diowinn th" benelieial ef
fect of rotation.
A evidence ol the fact that a far
mer who knows how to make the soil
vield and yield gladly -"'d "Hrt '"e
energy ! do it, need never have
omiM to eomplain of faihue, it may
he cited that Mr. Campbell's next
eiop of full wheat is now growim;
nicely undtr the favor of recent
(how ers and tin manner in which ho
had prepaied his licld for the beed
in the fit si place.
Two u'urn at;o Mr. Campbell har
vested quite an noiengo of wild oats
J'or hor-e feed. He obtained two and
o'le-half tons to the aeie and sold it,
baled, for 1fi a ton. The ground on
which it ievv wa. himply disked, but
it should be remrmbeied that it wn
in proper condition for thnt treat
incut otherwi-e it would not have
produced the tonnage it did and tho
quality of hav he harvested. This
year Mr. Campbell will disk twenty
acre- of wild oats giound for tho
volunteer crop it will piodttec in the
harvest not vear. Thirty-five dol
lar an aeie tor n volunteer crop
isn't had and ,vct how many funn
els in this valley where wild oats
Ijiow luMniantlv under favorable,
conditions know how to pioduce
them
in addition to the leturus from his
H'iciitilienllv fen ted fields and
science is mcicly the crystallization
of common sense Mr. Campbell has
fold this year $fU0 woith of hops.
Thev were good hog thotoughbreds
and that accounts- Inigclv i'or his
success with them. It shows the
diifeience in dollars and cents be
tween the scrub product and the
thnroiiiilihieds. It nKu shows in the
same manecr th'! diffeienec between
the man who knows how and the
fmiiier who duvn't eaie. The oin
suecccos end enjoy it; the other
fails and has a nioitgugc on his home.
In addjtiou to these teatures ol his
fauu woik, Mr. Campbell takes
pioper earo of covQiity-fivo acres of
on haul. He came from North Da
kota, wheio farmers spoeiulirod in
wheat because that is essentially a
wheat count iv. Theie thev raise
from 'j;,(IO'l to IlO.nnit bushels of
wheat a year, if Ihev know how; hut
they fail it the.v don't, lie came to
the Rogue Kiver vallev eight jcars
ago and i glad of it. He finds here
a most happy combination of soil and
climatic conditions that makes farm
jnjr a pleasiue nnd a source of
wealth.
The ( liihit building is posing
through a pel mm! ol icai ra ngement
nnd renovation. I). M Lowe has
donated the maior portion ot his ic
cent diplav at l'oitlnud to iciuioree
the local showing, and is personally
dhectiiis ihe Hirnngomont ot exhibits
in oiiler to soouie bct effects. This
has been ilont at the expense ol elim
inating vatioiis nntiiuatcd souvenir.
An ancient squah dntiug Item medi
eval time ami some pinched junk
which wiip. cuuacd the year the mil
load pucd t'liioush Ashland will be
kodlv uiis-ed bv the eMiliur pioneer
t(iuii.-t elcNient, which will look in
vain tor t'ic.e lemiliar landmHtU. As
leairaiiKed, the exhibit uevei looked
llnui.
Mr. M. V.. Neweombe has ictunied
home fiom a leHgthy visit with rela
tives in I'oiilHiid.
I,adi.s of th Mtiptist church will
hold h prf-lianlikgivins food ale at
the Holme lint.' grocer), duo
dv. N'ovewhor -' I.
Mis. , C. Dovinc of Lebanon io
ta uied hiiwe oh Sundav Hftor a
inoiilli's m-U willi ker daiwkter mimJ
wii-in-in, Vr. ad Mr. Frank Jor
dan. Mt-. V H. fhvv ami aon Ult far
Mirtiiuutitlt l-t MlBtdt) ki iiM Mr.
CI.tMy. vim lias aa mpatiuml jab in
liciHtira tlw aurmal arkoul kttiMiMi
in thai ln0
The MHtMMtMt rhun4t MwW
o .1 MMWllr iMMMa SwnInV ftt'MtMK
! heiir KieaitMMitl P HuliMua iUrutu
pruhiMMW ihv mt MImnmI kaft.
IH-.ll -U-flM. Ulltl o(effttltt ft.' tb.
I ufi-.Mi';.imnitl, Ut-iiiMsJ auu cm-
ASHLAND AND VICINITY
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in-T services in order to innke tho
'reditu; to the .eakcrs uuaiiimoUs,
l)r, Steams oi' New York seconding
the e.-eonressmau's efforts. Ilev.
M C. Heed and V. V. Whittle were
the committee fiom the Commercial
dr.h which attended to nriangcmcnts
for the cntcitninmciil of the visitors
while here.
Sulphur water is in and is now
available at the cave reecptaele in
Lithin park. It comes from thu
Heikcley spring, several miles out,and
leaches' tho purl, system under u
gravity flow. This ,vvater was nam
)Ied under new Minoundiiij's last
Saturday.
A colossal sipn now calls iliore par
ticular attention to l-lndcri) & Sonu
depailinent ston, under which one
mof are drv kouiIm, grocery, tdothiiiji
and furnisliiiis, boot and shoe, no
tion, millinery, suit and cloak, cafe
teria, meat maiket, hardware and
bather shop depaitment are collect
ively looped into an establishment
which nvnls as to size and contents
any stole 'n the county.
L. t. Mnlit, the "tall Svcnmoio of
the Kiskiyous," former cashier of the
First Rational hank f this city, and
now with the Xoithwostcrn National
of Portland ns one oC its vice-presi
dents, has been in town of late vis
itiii; relatives on his way lo Derku
lev, Cal., to join his family diiriii,'
the Thauk.sivim: holidays.
The Oreiron-Califoinia Power Co.
is equitipiuK its new substation here,
on Nevada street, near Hear eieek.
with a lot of c.tru heavy appliances
in the way of transformers', etc..
some of which uie heiu; hauled fiom
Mrdford.
Mr. and Mrs. T. 11. Simpson left
for San J'mnciseo on Saturday.
"Hoe" Smith and wife of Salem
vihitcd over Sunday with their rela
tives, Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Hicks, on
the way lo San Francisco. Smith
formerly owned the Kingsbury ranch,
east of Ashland.
1). ,1. lteakev of Kiifjene, distiiel
manager of the Woodmen of the
World oruiiration, is in tho city
eanvasin; in an endeavor to awaken
renewed iiitewt in the ranks of thu
local camp membership.
Khner .1. llaeon died at a local hos.
pital hist Thursday, ayed lit) ear.
Fuuenil services weie held on Sunday
at the Duiikaul chinch and the Initial
was in tho cemetery of that following
at Talent.
Sunday, Novunber '-'8, was desig
nated as tied lies dav in Ashland, ns
ler official pioclamatiou bv the chief
of police in liotli city papers. The np
liointment was leeonsidored, how
tver, nnd tho bit: potker which has
beon in limbo in (he munieipal pound
or two weeks pnst was otfercd at n
ilosiitK-out sale on Thursdnv, No
vember 18, thus quashing a chatge of
trespass which was preloned bv a
freeholder sqiie.ilinjr on the pig. Tho
unredeemed porcine vys fonnetlv
owned by the SiUhv estate.
Coiiceniinfr the paving eontioveisy
and as illustrating alleged inenuali
tics of and haidsliips caused by tlu
H.t.Kesment. pntliculnilv on North
Mam street, S. C. (iunter, who ic
sides in thai locality, has offered to
relm(uisli owncislup ot a a cunt lot
in favor o the eitv m retain for .i
mnr nominal consideration, stated as
a WOO valuation, ngi'inst wjiieh theie
ate paving and sewer obligation
ainouuting to i'AM),
Four women have been teappointed
t.n the hhrnrv board in the persons
t Mesdamon Marv N'un, Maiiutti
Mnlit ui.d Mae Ilimlie.
Mr. and Mrs f!. I' Hilling have
ivtuiiiPil ft om an ejpohilton ttip
which was extended a fat a- l.o
AnjM'lo and (din r son t lie in Califor
nia point' "f inteickt.
Mr. ami. Mi. W. It. Newman, tho
laMwr formerlv Miaxo II&mIuIi f'Hld
well, itauuhtr of Mr Lwth Cald
well, wre in AhUil on Saturdiiv
from their siiSuan mohw aoar Mtd
ffid. on thou war to tae eixiti
at San Fn.w .
Mr. and Mr- C. W. Xiwa. Mr. nd
Mr. 1rI (1. I Wan ift (lar Tioy.
Cl.. SlMJa.. bar iWy will uia
Mr aal M. iwrl Xm on a inp l
tk Km PmM'i fpoa. Huh
Praak mi Kart ar twMJM of tao
SfMilkani liMN(tt. uu4 thiv talk of
riiirtrin a -' " i' r irunt 1 riti'V
lo eMjMe hv jum U tUe t ll -
f ,-..
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cv ' a
.r
den (late. Master Jack Nuns wilt
accompany hi parents nnd grand
parents to the big show.
Fran I: Moore and wife left for
HeiKcloy, Cal., last Thursdnv, sum
moned there h.v the sudden death of
M. I). Moore. Frank's father.
A ear for "undesirables" formed
a part of the equipment of N'o. 15,
southbound, hut Fudey. Whether
intentional oi mutely n coincidence, it
was attached to private coach No. IK)
of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. l'anl,
occupied by a parly of high officials
of that railway.
Mis. Josephine U. Crocker, promi
nent in llelief Coips circles, gees this
week to officially inspect the Central
Point nignumitioti. No. .'II, having of
ficiated m a similar capacity in be
half, of Chester A. Arthur corps, No.
1-1, at Medford last week.
TABLE ROCK TABLETS
Fi lends of Will Lydiard. in Ihm
community, wore pleased to luarn
that he had tccoveied his stolen auto.
Mr. Hanscout of Agate was over
this way Sunday after a load of
wood.
Verne Pendleton is teaming for thu
Ilogne River Valley Canal Co. in tho
vicinity ol Phoenix.
James Rees"o butchered several fine
porkers Tucsdav, which he look to
Medford Wednesday.
Glen Mnv ti"-d his aunt returned
from u trip to tin big fair last woik.
A coating of pumice is being put on
that. stretch of toad commonly known
ns the Vincent lime. This will he nood
new fo the piople wltr travel this
(toad, as some were beginning to think
thev would hare in cnduic the mud
for another winter.
Mr. and Mis. ('ml Heche letuiucd
Monday from spending their honey
moon ,it the Hay cities, and put in at;
appearance at Table Rock Tuesday
evening, where they wcte promptly
treated to an old-fiishioned chari
vari bv their friends.
F. Ftidegar and I. R. Fiidegnr of
Medford ate doing the plasteiing fo1'
Harry Ncalon's new bungalow.
Oar school board has made out the
budget for the next .vear, and it will
ho wibniitted to the voleis at a spe
einl school mooting November '27.
John llamtick of Central Point was
peddling boot in these pints Inst
Tuesdny.
Colonel Washhuin nnd wife t etui li
ed Saturday from an extended trip lo
the fair mid southern California
points.
Docs BacKacheWorryVou?
Some Mcdfoiri I'eopln Havo I.Oiuned
How to (.'et Heller
How many pcoplo Buffer from an
aching back?
How few know tho cuiibo?
If It hurts to Rtnop or lift
If j on suffer Hiiddon, darling
pains
If you aro weak, laino nnd tlrod
Suspect your kidneys.
Wntcli for iiaturo's slgmil,
Tho first sign may bo hoadaoho or
dUzlnnsH,
Scanty, luilnful or too froquont
urination,
NnrvouRttitsh or u constant, dead
tlted fcelliiK. i
Avert tho serious kidney dlseaKwi,
Treat the weakened kidneys with
Doan's Kldnoy I'IIIh.
A remedy luqierlally for slek kid
neji. Gratefully endorsed by rcldonts
or this locality.
Andrew Cantiall. California St ,
Jacksonville. Ore., says: "When I
was suffering from baokacho and
other kldnoy ailments, Doan'u Kidney
Pills on ni e to my aid and stoniitsi tho
trouble."
I'rleo 50c, at nil doalors Don't
klnBly ask for a kidney temml) -set
Doan's KldneN I'll l the ajtwe tlut
.Mr. Caotmll Imd Kosior-Mtlburn
COm rnf, lluffalo. Y A4v
I(aR. W.Tlll.M.KI.Va
TsVo the right e. now; ploaiant
rirsfltable work m t -vaisJoHi; few
meatus loaralaic pmii. - narnu
ttJ; write for rfronsts unit ju"le.
Mian. Pertlsad WstohwaklBx. Uu
ursrlag and Oniti-al SoIumiI. 2 1 f Pom
MrtRMealth ItUla , Aid natl Aakanr
I'ertlaod, Oroeoa,
J :;-LSEloj f told wmtmat 7 nw;.,w(: ;p
y ' "( GOD WADE PART '-" '
f ' J n A m 7 JO . Tim t 'mS . i 1 I. 3 ,'
ii iiiiii . .W.,,. '. X. . . m aaW aw 1 X wnAn I I I I ' . laBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWaHk. V a. . .?z- -- V In W nv I'VI (I II
$ ' &
& ..
. &
Lawrence Fitzpatnek ha been
having some dental woik done lately.
Wo understand that a very good
quality of coal has been uneoveied on
the upper Table Hock and seveial
clailns have been staked out.
in spite of the fact that November
is more than half gone, it uuijotity
of the trees in this vicinity aie car
rviug their full load of foliage, some
thing very iimiiinl.
The entertainment given by the
Artow Heads last Saturday night was
n success in cveiy way, tome .fl" be
ing lidded to the piano fund.
Almost every one in these parts be
lieves that the sugar beet industry
is the salvation of the vallev and al
though some little distance from tlu
railroad, eor.sidir.ible acreage has
been snjiied up.
Rvportod by Jackson County Ab
tract Co., Blith and Fir Rta.
"Itcnl llstnle Trnnsfeitt
Cnrrlo M. Jones to Samuel
MacCllntock,pt HO-nn-SK $125.00
Ii. Prlllamnu ct u to L. It.
Jaylor, pt. 12-11-3W .... 10.00
Clarn M. Shldolor et vlr to
Henry C. Burnett, lots 1 mid
2 blk 3 Shldcler add. Talent 10.00
V. V. (Siolgrcn et ttx to Wln
nlo C. Downey, lot J) blk. 2
Oruy's ndd Medford . . .. 10.00
I. 1 Cliolgren to Wltinlo C.
Downey, lot 10 blk 2 Orny'fl
add Medford ... 10.00
THE VALUE OF TRUTH
Truth in business is just as important
as truth in cvcry-lny life; truth ctcatcs
confidence, establishes good-will and
builds a icli.ibihty that will not be
wrecked by thu storms of competition.
Through three generations people
have learned to place reliance on the
advertised words of Scott's KinuUion,
because they arc untarnished, uncx
nggcratcd truisms about a household
remedy of real and actual worth.
The popularity of Scott's Kmulsion
is increasing ns intelligence advances,
because in these days of adulterations
It continues to guarantee pure cod liver oil
medicinally perfected with glceriueaud
hypophosnliilcs to build strength, im
prove the blood and strengthen the lungs.
It is free from alcohol or opiates a whole
wome food. tonic, truthfully advertised,
scott U How ne, JllooraCcId, N. J. 15-
NOTtCi: OIMHSSOLITION
Notice is hereby given that John
Hro'vnlce and (icorgo I'. Corej doing
n giocery business under tho firm
niiiiio of Hrownleo and Coiey, at 327
Kast Main street, Medford, Oregon,
havo dissolved partnership, John
Hrownleo being now the sole owner
of said business. Tho affairs of said
partnership havo boon placed In tho
hands of tho undersigned for adjust
ment, and all parties having nccountn
with said firm are requested to coma
forward promptly for settlement In
order that Its business may bo wound
up.
Dated November 13th, 1015.
NKWTON W IIOUDUN,
232 Kast Main Strcot, City,
-t- r-
FOH itn.vr IIOUHIW
FOR RKNT 7-room house on West
Main. I'honu C85-J. 212
I'OR RKNT- -Ton room house, un
furnished or partly furnished, fur
nace. Mrs. J. It. Watt, phono
381-1-1. 209
FOR RKNT Furnished modern
house W. II. Kvorbutd, 1013 W.
Jth sttoot.
FOR RKNT Woll furnished modorn
bungalow. 42.! South Laurel,
FOR RKNT Col. Hargout'8 pluce on
Oukdale avenue. Inquire of II H.
Nyu or Ito II I'cobloa 225
FOR RNVr Moly furnthlieit loom
bunaalow all convenleui close
1 17 J St, cor So uahd.de 4iid
Uth St 211
HOTEL OXFORD
Novobt and Best in
GRANTS PASS, ORE.
Km bodies every convenience and
comfort found in a modern Hotel.
Hot sad i old water, strain haat und
tlf(ihoH In every room large
Itearful loLu with oimn fire, Well
l.lghtotl Suiiiplo Hooiiis. Kats
modarate. Auto-bus to all trains.
MkMtford trade tanrUlly aollcUwl.
F W. STREETS, Prop.
t - . .& jjo mt t m r- j- i f r m m i i w. f ai m t r j.i i if -- iry t
' i Hatlf ffJ lyshl I aWaWMaWaW ..i , ., V - -i MaV ll
P1awM f ,'f I r rBc -aVaVaB r ' I tfe. ' .,, ..v- ctTbW WW ll"-
fin vM cJik tin it fcfcto R ' ow v M y u' "7' "'.l I
COURT HOUSE NEW
DRINK MORE WATER
IF
Sat leu meat and tako Baits for Back
ache or Bladder trouble
Neutralizes acids.
Urla acid In meat excites tho kidneys,
Uicy becomo overworked; Ret sluggish,
aclin, and feel Ilka lumps of lead. The
nrlno becomrs cloudy ; tno bladder Is Irri
tated, and you may lo obliged to seek re
lief two or three times during Ilia night.
When tho khlreys clog you must help
them flush oh tho tody's urinous vvnsto
or you'll bo a real sick person shortly.
At first you feel a dull misery In tho kid
ney region, you etitTcr from backache,
sick liendnclic, dirtiness, stomach ccts
sour, tongue Coated and you feci rliou
mntic twinges when tho wenther Is bad.
frit less meat, drink lots of water;
also get from any pharmacist four ounces
of Jnd Salts; tako a tablcipoonful
in a glass of water before breakfast
for a few days and your kidneys will
then act fine. This famous salts is made
from tho acid of grapes and lemon juice,
combined with lltliia, and has been used
for generations to clean clogged kidneys
and stimulato them to normal activity,
also to neutrsllzo tho acids In urine, so
it no longer is a source of Irritation,
thus ending bladder weakness.
.Tad Salts Is inexpensive, cannot In
luret makes a delightful effervescent
Ilthla-water drink which everyone should
tako now anil then to keep tho kidneys
clean and active. Druggists hero say
they fcl lots of .Tad Salts to folks who
believe In overcoming kidney troublo
while It is only coulilo.
FOR UIINT HOARD AND ROOMS
FOR RKNT -Room nnd
two. 007 V. 11th St.
lion id for
211
FOR IHJXT .VllMtrKI,l,AN(CntTH
FOR RKNT -t I ncren, partly In bear
ing orchnrd; house and toels: 1 'j
miles from city limits, I'hono
G8G-J. 212
FOR UCA8K Rich rlvor 'bottom
land. Fluo for gntdunlug, corn
and potatoes. It,, euro Mull Trl
buno.
jroit HAM; nr.ij kstatm
FOR SAM'. Farm land, fruit land,
timber land, land from $0.00 por
aero upwards on long tlmo. Gold
Ray Realty Co.
FOR HAM omCKljtiANF.OCS
FOR SAM. -A fine lot of White
Oamo Cornish chlckniiH, fluo Inv
ers nnd heavy nteated. On account
of sickness unable to tako enro of.
Call on Mrs. L. Ronnie, 240 North
Oakdnlo live,
FOR SAM2 I'rizo winning Pulouse
gcoMi. I'hono Ill-J. 210
FOR SAM: .Modluni slzod wood
heater, also washing machine,
good condition. Phono :i90-j,
FOR SALK Angora goats. Kd
Whlto, Climax. Oro. !12
FOR SAI.K drain hay nnd gooso.
I'hono 591-J2.
FORSAr.K Oood socoiui hand Thor
eleetrlo washing machine. I'hono
670-11, or cull 240 H. Riverside.
FOR SAMJ Studobukcr 10H, used
IK months; perfect condition; self
sturter; electric lights; evor) thing.
v, a. liox DOS, mono cgi-.i. 20'J
FOR HAM -Stamp mill, mining cars
and track rail, pumps, hoists, ntr
compressor, nlr drills, mining ni-a
chlnery, tools and nupplles, Iron
and hydraulic plpo all hUos, at half
prlco. Addross M, caro Tribune
REAL KSTATKI'6FI8A1.E---Xn
kinds ot property for stilo or ox
chango. Gold Ray Realty Co.
FOR SALK Polo mountain buggy,
good as now. Palmer Investment
Co , Modoc Orchard,
NEW TODAY
1 havo ono ot tho finest outlaying
stock ranches In tho county. Four
hundred acre ncaily all of It la ag
ricultural laud, and half of It Irri
gated. Fine Improvomonts, woll out
In the free outrange About 13000
worth or parsons) proaorty goes with
It. Price JSJ.OOO, and a great buy at
that prtaa.
PtM little place e.ose to pavomoiit
In Oram Pas, alx acrwa, some al
falfa, and aon fruit. Would trade
nlaar for Medford property.
C. D. HOON
Itooui III, JmkMUi t ounlj Hank libit:
roit SAriR-snscunAiiipmouH
FOR SALE Ornln hny and wheat.
Phone 501-.12.
FOR SALK Stock beets nnd carrots
G.OO per ton. F, L. Caton, Cen
tral Point, R. F. D?No. 2, Phono
20x3. 222
FOR SALE LittTcT Club ncodwhcat
raised on now land yielding 40
busjicls per acre, Ja$t Campbell,
Phono 311-R. 210
FOR SALE Roardloss nnd bearded
bnrley. Phono 3C, Dr. Clancy.
FOU HAtiU-litrKSTOOK
FOR SALE Or trade, two Angora
bucks. Phono 1F-21. 214
FOR SALK in horses, 12 heavy
work marcs. Inquire Vinson's
Darn, N. Rlvorsldo AVo. 210
WANTICD SlTtj.lTIONB
WANTED-Work by da'riToTirotJob
by man with team; also wo havo
alfalfa, grain, hay and straw and
wood for salo. Leo Young, Phono
7-F4. 221
WA NTHI) Mirurmuli AN KOUS
WANTED Lndlmdrlv?nVnnd'rRlinR
horso; must single foot under Had
dlo and have style, and bo gentle
nnd nound. Address V, caro ot
Mall Tribune.
WANTED TO RUY Two or 300
bushelB of little club ot bluo stem
need wheat; also 300 bushols bnld
or benrdlesa Bced barley; ton tons
of alfalfa, ono solf dump contrac
tor's wagon; nlso 10 tons rolled or
whole oats nnd barley. Reply P.
O. Uox 227, Medford. 209
WANTED To purchaso irrigated
ranch; proror location In district
north and east ot Medford; plnco
must bo Irrigated or under propos
ed extension of Irrigation ditch;
price must ho reasonable; give
prlco and best terms, also section,
township and run go In replying.
Address P. 0. Uox 207, Medford.
Oregon, 233
II KM' WAXTRI MALE
SALESMAN Cnpablo spoclnlty man
for Oregon; staple lino on now and
oxcoptlonal terms; vacancy now;
attractive, commission contract for
balanco or year ami 1910; $3.1
weekly for expenses. Mllus F. Illx
lor Co., 229-17 Carlln lildg., Clovo
laud, O.
for i:.ciian(;i:
FOR EXCHANGE I am In a posi
tion to nrrango for trades for Cal
ifornia property, cither city or
lounty, In exchange for Roguu
river propeity. Addross for pres
ent, L. 11. Houston, Talent, Phono
3-F12. 232
TO EXCHANGE 20, 40, GO or 00
acres for buslnesii or city property,
G. Alldor, Medford, Oro. 209
LOBl
LOST Silver friendship bracelet; ro-
waru loturii to v., Mall Trloune.
2
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MISCELLANEOUS.
OIL STOCK Advances 20 Nov. 27,
big company; ground floor propo
sition; Oklahoma oil doubled In
pi Ice; lOO'c dividends 90 days pos
sible, quick action on our mono),
limited number shares 5c share,
iu nuys suuo par vnitio stock,
company paid two dividends; remit
now Wrlto. Freo Information
Amalgamated Oil Co , 1700 Colcord
lildg , Oklahoma, Okla.
ACT QITIC'IC Aiitomolillo gasollno
going up, soil gnKo-tonlc; equals
gasollno at .1c a gallon, eliminates
carbons dollar an hour profit, sales
guaranteed Whlto Mfg. Co., Dopt
10. Cincinnati. O.
WHY?
IT IS YOUU nURlNKSS TO BEE 51K
Because my stocfc la trsdo is to
havo optlonod at tho lowest cash
prlco tho best buy In this county.
I havo been on tno ground look
ing out for you for the past five
euri. Nearly everyday I hur& In
vestigated some "good thlug." I have
ollralnstod erorythlng except thoie
deals which I am convinced will i
turo ni satisfied customers.
In a few hour time I can gtvo you
thu benefit of this remtarah It Is my
buslooaa to show jou over tho county
and Introdate you to tho possibilities
and nportunltlf here. Be Med
ford first and
J. C. BARNES
ID Wot Uvlu Ktrvl
IIVBIXKSS DIRECTORY
Auto KtippltojJ
LAIIER AUTO SPRING CO. Wo
nrr oporntlng tho largest, oldest
laid best oqulppcd plant In tho Pa
cific northwest. Uso our springs
when others fail. Sold under guar
antee. 20 North Fifteenth St.,
Portland, Oro.
Attorneys
GEO. W. CHERRY Attorney., ani
....Notary, Room 9, Jackson County
....Dank Building, Medford, Ore.
PORTER J. NEFF, WM. P. MBALHY
AUorncys-nt-Law, Roomo 8 and
0, Medford National Dank bldg.
A. E. IU3AMIC3, LAWYER GarBett
Corey bldg.
O. M. ROI1ERT8 lawyer.
Medford National' Dank Dulldln.
Dentists
Mik'k
Dr. W. r. VAN BCOYOO
DR. C. C. VAN SCOYOC
Dentists
Garnctt-Coroy lildg., ulto
Medford, Oro. Phono 8G6.
Collections nnd Reports
810
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS W
collected some arcounts 14 years
old, Wo know how to get the
money. Tho Ilutiock Mercantile
Agency. Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 3, Has
klnu' Hldg., 21 C E. Main Bt.
ICngtncer nnd Contractor
FRED N. CUMM1NOS Snglncor nn4
contractor, 404 M. F. St It. Rids.
Surveys,, estimates, Irrlgatloa
drainage, orchard and land Im
provement. Garbage
GARBAGE Got your promises
cleaned up for tho summer. Call
on tho city gni lingo wagons for
good service Phono 274-L. F.
Y. Allon.
Vl-!' ."II,MII"I
Intriiclloii In Music.
HAICiHT MUSIC STUDIO-Room
401, Ouruett-Coroy bldg. Fred Al
ton Halght. piano; Mrs. Florenca
Hnltlday Halght, .volco. Phone
72.
Physicians and Surgeons
DR. F. G. CARLOW, DR. EVA
MAINS CARLOW Osteopathia
physicians, 410-417 GnrnCtt-Corey
bldg., phono 103G-L. Residence
20 South Laurel at.
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopathic!
physician, 303 Uarnctt-Corey
building, Phono 130.
DR. J. J. EMMEN8 Physician ana
surgeon. Practlco limited to eye,
car, noho nnd throat. Eyes scien
tifically tested and glasses sup
plied. Oculist mid Aurlst for 8. P.
11. R. Co. Offices M. F. & H. Co.
bldg., opposlto P. O. Phono G67.
DR. It. W. CLANCY Physician and
surgeon Phones, otflco 30, roBl
donco 721-J. Offlco hours, 10 to
12, 2 to S,
DR. 8. A. LOCKWOOD
DR. MYRTLE S. LOCKWOOD
Physicians and surgeons. Office
309-310-311, M. F. & H. bldg.
Phones, rcsldenco 311-J2, office
S14.
DR. MARTIN Q. HARDER Physi
cian und surgeon. Offlco Palm
block, opposlto Nash hotol. Hours
10 to 12, l to 4. Phono 110-J.
T. O. HEINE, M. D. Eye, Ear,
Noso and Throat. Headaches and
nervous conditions rollovod by
properly fitted glasses. Cross eyos
Rtratghtened Office 228 E. Main
st., phone 803. Consultation free.
Pi Intent and Publishers
MEDFORD PRINTING CO., has the
-MMl)l.
nest equipped printing office In
southern Oregon; book binding,
lonxo leaf ledgers, billing sy stoats,
etc. Portland prices. 27 North
Fir Bt
Public Stenographer
.Ct" "EDWARD Steographer
and Multlgraphlng. Rooms 409-410
Oarnott-Corey building. Office
phono 709-J, rcsldenco phone
103-R.
IIIIRIIURT J IIKRRIAN Stenogra
pher, room 29, .Jackson County
Rank lildg Dictation taken any
plnim any lime liy the only Steno
tyhe operator In Southern Ore. Of
flr nhoue ilt, Rue 2 75-J.
Tr.tiisfeis
iTadTtTO
W5
fcMiai
FUR & STORAGE CO.
Offlee 4
North Front st Phone
sit PrloM tight. Hmli'A guar
nutviud.