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Freckles and His Friends
10 GREAT ACTOR
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I'M STAN DIN' UP TH
BLOOD DON'T GO
) T MY FEET!
MEDFORD MA1E TLUBUNE, M1CDF0KD, OttEClOX, FRIDAY, DKCKMniSK 17, 1015
1?vfcfr??3?'"'''' '' '' ' ' ' " . ..-:"'.iT!gt 'ift'ii'Tr .
IN FAREWELL TOUR
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There Is, pcrhnps, no moro strik
ing tribute to what Forbes-Robertson
who makes his farewell appearance at
the Page theater on Wednesday, Do
enmber 22, In "The Passing of tlio
Third Floor Hack," Iiuh accomplished
than the feeling which has prevailed
concerning him ever since his Amer
ican farewell tour wns announced.
No unaided ability In nctlng, how
ever remarkable, could account for
this. Forbes-Robertson has become
ono of the Intellectual and nrtlHttc
forces of his day a position seldom
enough attained even by n writer,
painter or musician whoso work can
travel Independently of himself, and
almost never by a man who must
carry his) art about him. It should
lie the greatest of nil sources of hap
piness to Forbes-Robertson that, In
turning from the stage, ho leaves the
whole English speaking world sensi
bly happier, wiser and probably bet
ter than It could hnvo been without
So mo ono has said thnt a study of
ForbrB-Robertson's Hamlet was a
complete, course In good breeding;.
There urn n good many mn and
women now living who know, even If
they are never brought to say It, that
their feeling towards their fellows
has been niatodlally Influenced for
better becausu tllcy saw Forbcs-nob-ertson
In "Passing of tho Third Kloor
Hack." These things are worth dwell
ing on becauso It Is they, moro than
tho perfection of IiIb dramatic art,
which havo given him a position tho
like of which no other nctor or this
asm and f
Nominations for city official up to
December l(i include . II. MeXnir,
(. W. Himtii mitl 0. W. MeNubb uft
cnuneilmcii from the First ward; (
Cunningham mul ('. W. Hoot, Second
ward; .J. II. Dornn and A. L. Lamb,
Tliitil wnrd, for the one-.vear term,
tnul V. .1. Ciirpentor, .1. H. Wnre nncl
A. ('. Nininger for the two-year
term. Jlrs. Mmie Vniipel is the only
nominee for the ''nrk commissioner-
ship, five-year term, Mioceedmg her
self. J. I. Dodge in also tlw only
iioniinrc for springs eomlnissioner,
three-year term, sueeceding himself.
Jlnyor 0. II. Johnson, Keeordcr C.
11. Vlillette mid Tcasuter O. 0. l'.u
liaiikx hold mer. The city Attorney
is appointed by tin' council. The
incsent incumbent is W. .1. Moore.
Klection is on Tuefidnv, December 121.
The local Coast Aitilhry sipim!
will i'oriiKl with tho slate university
basketball team ul the nnrtorv Tues
lny evening, December 'J I.
The Hotel Oicgon dining rooms nre
to undergo otcnsio rcpaiis which
will he far more tlinn merely superfic
ial, nlurptints call for an enlarge
ment of the dining annex, wilh new
walls, clings nnd other pennnnent
improvements m line with lemotleling
the entire building.
If. 0. rrohbach arrived homo
Thursday morning fiom San Frnn
cihco. where, during the exposition he
has lutein serving as sub-diiector of
the Oregon state exhibit.
Word from W. A. l'reeherg, now
xii-iting with his daughter in l.os An
L'eles. indicates that he. will icturn
Inline in IVbiuaiy, he evidently being
anxious to come back to southern Or
egon. Km I Vealilc, fomioilv of Ashlnnd,
i now proprietor of the sportsman's
.toro of Klamath I-nlK also conilitct
ing a registered F. A. M. shoi.
The city is going nhcad with nr
raneenieilis subject to a contract en-
teicd into for securing additional
n.nw.r. bent and liuht. I'nder the
terms the eitv pays the Ashland Klec
tiic Power A: IJght Co. the noniiuul
sum of one dollar per year lentnl for
the use of its pole and wire sstein
within innnicipal limit's, following
which agreement it will ptnchuc tiom
tho Oicgoii-California Power ( o., do
liveied tit that corporation's sub-station
on Nevada street, current at the
wholesale rate ot one cent ncr kilo
watt hour. The contract Is for three
years and goes into eltecl January
, lOltt. Following this pew adjust
infill there will undoubtedly be n
shaking up in the rank' of those who
use light, Miwer and heat iiuliseruu
inntcli, regardless of the rote they
"Dfldd. I.Hir l.it" at th Viuiug
Toe-iMti eveniiiir was pinoiiiicwl tho
finest ihinttncal Hllrwiitinii of tho
schmmi. tuil m dotogHlltHi from
Metliunl w. in hMmhImhi'c. AshUeml
tlicaterfuer will retuiH the (Mtntpli
lueiit uimim (lid iipjtfriiH'tt f Mr
miret IHiui"M Hd FoifcWttJlrt.rtMH
at tit Pimp- m .Mmtfrl it t)ruibur
Tb StiMthcru Purine w vrectinf
wwpimhii tm . ' ' "" mIH" " f "";; finw"" '"."T"".'. . ! '. 1 IT ' i ' .V..f.. J.. ..".'.
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.Vf:1' :iiVER-. FAC E l.-.l- FEELS JEST iAknowTWKT TM' ft
lr.&$-,'-ys 6ETTIN' r ; ; S:UKE ITS GONNA. . 'BLOOD ALL , k
i::jij':::;:'::' '''J') ALL RE L-- srli ) Bugrj (,;Xwent h ver J,:;
.III " ' "J " ' I 111 iJI
commodious enr sheIs in local yards
to replace those which collapsed dur
ing the fierce gale Inst winter. The
structuies will be 50 feet wide by 1100
long and will accommodate four
tracks, sheltering over 'JO ears. Thej
will be sheathed with corrugated iron
ami otherwise! braced extra strong to
withstand n rejctitioti of Inst win
George U. Kckert of San Francisco,
secretary-treasurer of the W. F.
Honrdnian Co., the holding concern
which controls' the Oregon Oas &
Klectrie corporation, has been in town
this week calling iiuon Local Manager
On Wednesday one of the big en
gines, No. .YJUS, got derailed in local
yards for n fow hours, crippling the
tiirntnblq toimtorarily. Tho service
a.s not delnyoil a moment, however,
inasmuch oh Portland division motive
j)ower wris made interchangeable with
that of the Shasta division, and ev
erything moved nlnnir like clockwork.
On Wednesday evening Malta Com
mnndery, No. A, IxnighfK Templar,
installed officers, K. I). Hriggs 'oil
d ue ting the ceremonies. In addition
to tho elective officers, names of
whom have heretofore been published,
the following nre the appointive ones;
ThoH. Dnnford, prelate; F. II. John
son, stnndnrd-beurer; K. T. Foss of
Talent, sword-benrer; W. T. Veghte,
warder; C. C. Weisenburgcr, sentinel.
The membership is nearly 1500.
Klnbornto iirrniigeinentH mo being
mnde for the Klks ChrfslmaH tree in
behalf of the little folks, at tho Vin
ing on the evening of December 121.
All children of 13 and under are brn-
eficiaries and are invited to icgister,
beginning December 120.
Red Cross seals me now on sale at
city drug stoics. In connection with
Christmas shopping purchasers of
holiday reminders are urged to invest
in n few.
Iter, Julius Smith, liorticultur.il
wizard, and vs ho forms a model witeh
at the homo premises on Woolen
street, is remembering local printing
offices with samples of strawberries
picked the middle of December. Tho
particular variety is teuiicd tho "su
perb." Hill Wilis, veil known pioneer
rancher, hunter uml miner, nnd who
formerly lived west of city limits, is
critically ill at the homo of J. X.
Pace, near Talent.
Committees of Shriners me per
fecting arrangements for the cere
monial to be held here on New Year's
day. The mam events, including
banquet, will lake place at the nnn
ory, Mnsonlo hall being reserved Jor
the exclusive use of the ladies.
K. II. Pinkston of Oakland, Or.,
county commissioner of Douglas
county, mul wife are guests at the
Oregon, visiting this vicinity in the
wny of a recreation trip.
Charles Itiehni, who enjoyed the
distinction of having been the fiist
pensioner ol lecon! on the Southern
Pacific system, died nt Snernmento,
December 13, nged 00 years. He was
a machinist well known up nnd down
the line, and had been with tho rail
road company undor its various af
filiations sinea the enily '."iOV.
Hayes Hios, halo traded their
bungalow and two lots, cqmer ot
Morton nnd Kast Main strcits, to (1.
H. Hutlcr for property on (Inrfleld
street, which they nre now occupying.
William Head is noikmg in the
Wright mine in Ilmkle (luleli. Itailcy
is also winking in his mine.
F.d Shatcr, the brother nf Mrs.
Wright, has ircentlv leturned frOm
Missoim, wheiv he has been vUiting
friends and relative for tho jmst
A fow people fiom here uiteudcVI
the entertainment and bok social at
Kueli Inst iaHturdiiy evening. Those
going report d that the ontcrtaiHiiicnt
was a splendid ono.
The Murpliv lmkiHhnll tenio. Imth
buys wild nirU, visit h! ApirittHHtc ll
SHtHnlny uiiHit Mid wt iiutue with
the Vietorv r hMviftfC wto two ytiiuM.
of kMj0i4tMiU i1)'hI im Ike U luUI.
A very b.rv .'wj iUH. lwtor thOlr tflOHey llui tkoy WHld ItM-
gnme. The Applegnto A. n. v. . gins
nnd the eommuuity boys nre intenil
Ing to piny the Munhy teams at
Murphy next Saturday, December J.
Kveryone go nnd give us n cheer.
Fern Phillips, from Watkins, was n
visitor at O'lJrien's n few days last
Professor W. 0. Wheeler nnd wife
.from Kagle Point, visited this school
Inst Friday atternoon. We me nil
hoping- thnt they will come again
llelen.nnd Charles Men will return
to their home here the 17th to Spend
their Christmus vncntion on Apple
gate. .lames Spencer rented the Oscar
Knox ranch on Thompson creek.
A who swinging budge is being
Jiuilt across Ihis river' hack of JnmvN
Don't forget the Xinns dance to
bo given at Hose's hall Xmns night.
The piano, violin, horn nnd drum will
be the music and a good supper is to
ho served. Kvery ono come nnd bring
somebody with them.
Lois Hice spent the week end vis
iting relatives in Phoenix.
John Pei noli made a business trin
to Jacksonville Tuesday and Wednes
day. Klrno Throckmorton made his
brother a visit nenrMedford the mid
dle of the week.
TABLE ROCK TABLETS
Mrs. Illaln of Tacomn, Washing
ton, Is, visiting with her daughter,
Mrs. Klmer Hull of tho Modoc or
Thoso In this distikt who signed
up acrenge for tho growing of nugnr
beets havo received Instructions from
thu company to commence prepailng
tho soil for spring seeding.
Mrs. A. U Vincent and Mrs. Mary
Mlddlfbusher returned last Saturday
fiom a three months' visit with rel
atives in Kansas.
Ham Sandry, superintendent of
fish screens, was In thesn pails Sun
day. Tho crow of mon who wero doing
assesmont work on a mining claim
on upper Table Hock havo finished
their labor and returned to Medford.
Verne Pendleton returned last
weok from tho Hay cities whero ho
visited relatives and witnessed the
closing events of the big fair.
A number of our young peoplo
attended the play "Twin lleds" In
Medford last Wednesday.
Jnnies Pendland has leased homo
grain laud In the Upper Agatn dis
trict rind wont over Wednesday to be
gin plowing operations.
O. T. Wilson nnd family of Sams
valloy visited relatives hero Tuesday
James Iteeso of Cold Hill was a
Table Hock visitor Sunday.
A crew of volunteers drovo a now
wolt at tho school house a short time
P. M, Adams of Central Point
drovo out to tho Modoc orchard Mon
day to get n load of household goods
belonging to M. Simmons, who Is
moving to Central Point.
S. C. Collns has disposed of his
large crop of carrots and is finite
busy at tho present tlmo dslivering
Mrs. P. Hauptman of Sams valloy
is vUItlng her mother, Mrs. Wilcox,
while Mr. Hauptman Is In Southern
California attending to husinoss mut
ters and visiting relatives.
Miss Sue Lydlard Is visiting frldldn
and relatives In Medford.
A man from Portland representing
K. A Wlcoff was hrr last week on
business connected with Mr. Wlcoff "s
big ranch, and reports that tho ranch
will probably b seeded to alfalfa or
put Into sugar beets
When npproaehod by the Christ
mas tree soliciting commltteo somo
people seem to think they are being
askjiil to contribute to charity but
this Is not the ease in Table Hook.
An a oiullwr of fset we Miamly fwtol
our mono) and buy the mippllwi by
wbleae at the lowest wh pride. Lwsvn AulilanU for Mwlford dully
Tlittfe HifiliM are d.lded equally owpt Sundujr ut b m., lf:5. 10.
mttflRK tke HMto or tho ilmir:. i nndS-9. 1:1ft ail 1.15 n. ig. fcindsy
M u r( Uimo WHtrlbHtlng gat men,)"" Awhlunnl ul . m., 1:M.
slbly get' It they bought It Individ
ually. AVren fiyruut started Monday on
the long Journey to his boyhood home
In North Carolina whero hu expects
to remain Indefinitely. Ho goes by
the southern routs which takes him
through tho principal cities of the
Tho Conimunlty club will hold n
meeting at the club room In the town
hall Wednesday afternoon, Decem
ber 10, at 2:30 o'clock.
Supt. J. Percy Wells and Mr. Pitt
man visited tho school Monday ufter-
noon. Mr. Pit (man g.ivo a very In
teresting talk to the older pupils.
Calton and Wllmer MorsJ havo
been with la grippe hut are back In
A basket, ball game, was played by
(ho teams of Phoenix nnd Talent In
tho gymnasium of tho Talent high
school Krldny evening, December 10,
nt 8: in. Tho senro was 3C to 13 In
favor of Phoenix. A large crowd at
tended. Tho schools of tho vicinity nro pro
pnring for their Christmas programs.
Mrs. J. It. Coleman has been 111
with tho la grippe for tho lust weok.
llonita Taylor has been 111 with a
cold but Is belter now,
iMIss Virginia Smith or San .Tohc,
California, liivisltlng her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Smllh.
Poter D. Siiencer entertained a par-
t- of his students from tho Talent
high school at the armory in Ashlnud
Monday evening, December 13. Thoso
present wero the Misses Hernlco Fin
ley, Helen King, Alfreda King, Alta
Scott nnd Uoyd Tuvner. An enjoy
able nnd lntuiestlug tlmo was report
ed by all.
Kalph Dowmuii has entered tho
freshman class of tho Talent high
Charlie Chapman In moving the old
carpenter's hall to n place across tho
railroad track near lleutley's black
smith shop. It will bo occupied by
the Cook Hardware Co. as soon as
Mrs. Huby P. Price of Illack Hock,
Oregon, Is visiting her mother, Mrs.
James Drown She will remain hern
until after the Christmas holldnvs.
About sixty guests wero present at
a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs.
G. A, Morse in honor of Miss Mabel
Taylor Saturday afternoon, Decem
ber 11. The bride to bo wns pre
sented many beautiful gifts. Alice
Vnndersluls. Calllu Vagall mid Kllr
ubeth Core furlshed delightful music
during the afternoon. A delicious
two course luncheon was served Im
mediately after Miss Taylor opened
the packages of gifts. All enjoyed
the afternoon very much.
Mrs. Swingle and Mrs. Mills or
Ashland wero guestH of Miss Pierce
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Miss Seley, Miss Plerco and Miss
Mickey attended Daddy Long Legs
In Ashland Tuesday night.
Vernon Qulfiley of Medford was vis
iting Ills friend and former school
mate, Hay Hej nobis.
BUTTE FALLS BUBBLES
Mlbs Arvilla Patterson Is visiting
her sister, Mrs Win Sears
A L Cross returned from tho vat
Lester AWiolt and Deiwln Clasplll
are down for a fow daya from tiap
plng Miss Edith Fredenhurg and C H
ivntiiumw aitocar ca.
Leave Medford daily except Sim
ilar for Ashland, Talent and Phoenix
si H a m.. 11.50 a III., 1:15, i 'lo,
3-45 and .l p m. Also on Sat
urday ut 11 Up m Sundayi Imivo
at 10 a. m., 4 p. m and 9:90 p in
"! !' r-
Ilrnnehln left Tuesday for Jackson
ville to take the teachers examina
tion. llov. Gammon nnd family nro In
the valley this week.
V. Morgan's son and his filend nro
Claude Miles wub In (own Tuesday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Prank Abbott from
Daglc Point arc nt this mother's.
Tom Abbott camo horseback from
Haglo Point Tuesday.
A shower wns given at tho homo of
Miss Nlsle Wright Tuesday evening
for Miss Gertrude Abbott. She re
ceived ninny small gifts thai will be
Miss Gertrude Abbott became the
blido of Klmer Hoefs Wednesday
noon, Mr. K A. Hlldteth, Justice ot
the Peniie, officiating. Tho wedding
took place at Mr. Hlldrcth'n home.
Mr. Letter Abbott. Mien Hilda Abbott,
Mr. and Mrs. Merle llrnlnnrd were the
only onus present. Alter the wed
ding a dinner was given for them ut
the bride's home, nil tho family
being present. A few 6f Mr. rind
Mrs. Hoef's friends camo In the oven
ing and the event was celebrated with
a daucc. Mr, mid Mrs. Hoefs havo
our best wishes for a happy and pros
Reported by Jackson County Au
trct Co., Sixth and Fir 8U.
Ileal Kstnto Transfers
Win, Yco et ux to W. A. Pat
rick, 2-3 int. in lot 5 nud pt
lot 10 blk 22 Chltwood tract
W. A. Patrick et ux to Win.
Yeo, 1-3 Int. In above. .. 1.00
W. II. Taylor et ux to .Morse
lUsvlty Co., 1-2 lui In land In
J, W. HJcks et ux to Rebecca J.
Hicks, lot In D I.C -I3-3!MK
also pt lot S Ashland Home
stead association 1,00
M. L. Meadows et ux to Ilurtou
J. Palmer, lot 15 blk 2 Whlt
Park Addition 20.00
Fiederlck G. Stlmson et ux to
S. C. StlnifSnn, pt 31-30-1 W 10.00
FOR KK.Vr MISOKLLANKOUH
I "OR "it K S'T - Ceii t a I Point hotel,
furnished; good proposltou to
right parties. See or call Frank
H.Hny,Phono 12. 23t
FOR UKNT- TIOC8K8
FOR RENT Colonel Sargenffl res
idence on Oakdale avo , telephone
owner ut Jacksonville, or Inquire
of II. II. Nye or Roy II, Peebles at
FOR RKNT Well furnished C-room
bungalow very reasonable to deslr
able tenant. 422 S. laurel St.
FOR RKNT Modern furnished house
keeping rooms, close In; gas and
wood stoves. 234 Kast 9th, 238
FOR SALK Nino shotes ul a bar
gain. Phono 591-.I3.
FOR SALK -Jersey
cow uml rnlf.
FOR SALK Teanl, weight about
1500 pounds Phone 315. tf
FOR SALE -Cheap, 18 horses. Vin
son's burn, N. Riverside Ave 218
IT IH YOUR RUINK8b TO BKK MK
Decauae. my atoex u trudo Is to
havo optioned at tho lowest cash
prico the best buy In this county.
I have been on toe ground look
ing out for you for tut past five
years Nearly everyday I havo In
vestigated Bomq "good thing." I have
eliminated everything except those
deals which I am convinced will se
euro me satisfied customers.
In a fow hours time I can give you
the benefit of this research. It it mj
business to show you over tho count;
and Introduce you to the possibilities
and opportunities here. Bo Med
ia rd first nd
J. C. BARNES
im Wont MjlIb Hti-Mt
i;t) -: WELL, VER PSI
.:;::!:;, iil . PEET AIN'T r -! 'Tfe '
'""'-" ":,?n 1) mpw . -a!
i : I ir-J . -"Mm
KOlt BALK MlSCKiifjAKKOtlB 11UHIXKS3 1HHKOTOHY
FOll SALR Parley; nlso
straw. Phone 7aa-J.
KOU SALK Alfalfa
FOlt SALK Klectrie heater, 3 klllo
watt. Address JJYZ, care Alco. 231
roit s"ALEit'orty two cords" of dry
pino wood. Inqulro of Hoy U.
FOR SALK Imported alfalfa seed.
Ulox 7i. Mall Tribune. 231
FOlt SALK Genuine mahogany rec
ord cabinet; brand new, worth $35,
will sell for $10. Pnc. Film. &
FOR SALK Corn.
FOR SALK Ono man tops for Ford
earn at tho Tent nnd Top Factory.
100 N. Front St. 245
IlKLP WA.Trtnv MAIiK
liEwXNlMD-M'nTrieii' man on
farm. Phom It-iUW ufter 7 p. in.
'-Jr-i. '.a--j;-i-"ji. aJA-gr-1.'. I'.-1!
WANTED Compotent man and wife
wishes employment on stock or
dairy farm; would consider well
miuiitKcd orchard work; salary ac
cording (o satisfaction given. Hox
AV. F. Mali Tribune 23 1
Hox 0 4, Mftll
heat, for G months.
WANTED Alberta loud In exchange
tor property heio. Clark Realty
WANTED TO RKNT llungnlow or
cottage on pavoment, April or May
iKissesslon; must be strictly mod
ern: slnte locution and price. Dox
T, Mall Tribune.
WANTED Women lot us help you
make money belling guaranteed
hosiery to wear; full or part time;
big profits; experlonco unneces
sary. Address, International Mills,
Ilox 122, Norrlstown, Pa.
WANTED To purchase Irrigated
rauch; prefer location In district
north and east of Medford; place
must bo Irrigated or uudor propon
ed oxtonslou ot irrigation ultcn;
prico must bo reasonable; giro
price anil best terms, also section,
towunhlp and rango In replying,
Address P. O. Ilox 207, Medford.
FOR EXCHANGE Clear," Tniprovod
.Medford property $5000, for equi
ty lu good acreage. Wanted, mod
ern bungalow for spot cash. Must
be bargain. Clark Realty Co., 206
FOR KXCHANOK 1 am In a posi
tion lo arrange for trudos for cut
Ifornui property, cither city or
county, lit oxchanga for Rogue
river property. Address for prus
river properly. Address L. II.
Houston, 117 Jay St. 23
TAKEN itp atray liolfer, cream
color, one year old; crop off left
enr; upper bit In rlghl. Owner
may have same by paying ad and
feed. H. Walsh, Jacksonville, Ore
MONEY tO IXMN
FOR I.OAN I have $1000 to loan
on good farm securlt) at 8 percent
Ilox 11, Mall Tribune. 231
KADH TRANSPKR & STORAGK CO
Oftlco 42 North Front st. Phone
315. Prices right. Service guar
80 acres on the Applegatu, with
soma stork and irrigation, $1900.00.
Another there of 160 acres, stock, Ir
rlgatlon and buildings. $7500 and
many other ranches priced right.
A good on near Pendleton, irrigat
ed und water right paid, 187 acres ut
$100 00; will take In good little place
A few furnished und some unfur
nished houses for rent.
C. D. HOON
Room 10, JncWson County Ibuik llldg.
LAIIKR AUTO SPRING CO. Wo
nr operating the .largest, oldest
and best equipped plant in tho Pa
cific northwest. Uso our springs
whon others fall. Sold under guar
antee. 2G North Fifteenth St.,
GKO. W. CHBRRY Attorney., nnd
Notary, Room 0, Jackson County
Hank Building, entrance N. Cen
tral, Medford, Ore.
PORTER J. NRFF, WM. P. MKALBT
Attomcy8-nt-Lny, Rooms 8 and
9, Medford National Dank bldg.
A. 11. RKAMKS, LAWYER Garnctt
G, M. RODKRTS Lawyer.
Medford National Dank Building.
rs :. i ' - .i. .' ' n i i,1 i ib.
Dr. W. M. VAN SCoVob
DR. C. C. VAN BCOYOO
Garnctt-Coroy Illdg,, ulto 310
Medford, Oro. Phono 8C6.
Collections and Reports
COLLKCTIONS AND REPORTS We
collected somo accounts 14 years
old. Wo know how to got tho
money. Tho Uunock Mercantile
Agency, Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 3, 1 las
kins' llldg., 210 E. Malnot.
Knglnecr and Contractor
FRED N. CUMM1NQS Snglnoor and
contractor, 404 M. F. & H. Uldg.
Surreys,, estimates, Irrigation
dralnago, orchard and land Im
GARHAGK Oct your pronilaoi
cleaned up for tho summer. Call
on thu city garbage wagons for
good service. Phono 274-L. F.
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Instruction In Music
h akhTt " jius i c sromo Troom
401, Gnrnott-Corey bldg. Fred Al
ton Halght, piano; Mrs. Florence
Halltday Halght, volco. Phone
Physicians and Surgeons
DH? F. 0V CARLOW, DR."Ti!VA
MAINS CARLOW Osteopathic
phyulclanB, 410-117 Garnett-Coruy
bldg., phono 1030-L. Residence
20 South Laurel st.
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopathic
physician, 303 Garaett-Corey
building. Phono 130.
DR. J. J. EMMENS Physician nnd
surgeon. Pructlce limited to eyo,
ear, noso and throat. Kyes scien
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donco 724-J. Office hours, 10 to
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P'jyslclans and surgeons. Office
309-310-311, M. F. & H. bldg.
Phonos, residence 814-J2, office
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T. O. HKINK. M. D. Kye, Ear.
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at., phono 303. Consultation freo.
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Homoepathlo Physician, Surgeon,
228 East Main St , Medford. Oro
gon. Office phono 142, resldenco
Phono 732-R2. Office hours 1 to
4 p in
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