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MEPFORT) lfAIL TRIBUNE, MflDFOUD, OKISClOy, MONDAY, DKOlttmER 27, 1015
By A. 0. Ilowleti
C. E. Dod, recently from Klnmnth
Falls was out the flist of tho wool;
rcudlng the meters tor the California
Oregon Power company In tho ploco
of Mr. Council, Mr. C. Iins gone to
Klnmnth Falls to tnko Mr. Boyd's
Mrs. .1. S. Qunckenbush ami hor
two sons molorotl In from tho A. Cor
liln orchard with n lot of fine dressed
tuikoa thnt she sold to our railroad
ngonl, F. T. Newport. Ho reports
that he has shlppod fifty or sixty
orntoa of fouls this fall for tho
Thanksgiving and Xmas mnrkot.
W. S. Hoagland of Central l'olnt
stopped hero for dinner last Tuesday
on his wny up to his ranch near
Drownsboio and stopped again today,
Thursday, on his way homo. Ho re
ports that everything looks lovely up
there, that the grass Is growing fine
and thnt tho stock looks well.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scoflold and
their daughter, Miss Mildred, stopped
on tholr way from Medford where
they had been to lay In their winter
Last Tuesday oonlng there was a
company of tho following persens:
Mayor John M. Nichols and wife, W.
a. Knighton and wife, Thomna 12.
Nlcholn and wife, Mnrvln S. "Wood
and wife, Mrs. Jane Cuitls. Mrs. Re
becca Jonas, A. C. Howlott and wife,
Miss Wood nnd Norman McQuald and
wife, and daughter, Miss Xortunn.
They marched Into tho homo of Mr.
nnd Mrs. It. J. McQuald nbout 7:30
o'clock to help them celebrnto their
fortieth anniversary of their mur
ilago, taking them, at least tho old
gentleman, for he was undressed nnd
Just In the net of going to retire for
the night, when his sou Norman told
him that thero wns someone coming.
Thoie was no 0110 notified of what
was going on except the older eltlrons
of the town and they were nil thero
except Mr. and Mrs. James Jordan
nnd her poor health was a good ex
cuse for their absence. Tbo evening
was spent In conversation Inter
spersed by music fiom nn Edtson
phonograph. About 9:30 o'clock tho
dining room table was spread so as to
seat the whole company except Mr.
nnd Mrs. Normnn McQuald, nnd sand
wiches, enko nnd coffeo wore served
nnd nbout 11 o'clock wo began to
scatter for our homes after having
spont nn evening nbout as pleasant
ns one could wish, nnd It will bo a
long time beforo we nil forget tho
pleasant tlmo wo had on the anni
versary of the carriage of Captain It.
Fred Cider and Ills brother woro
pleasant cnllers Tuesday for dlnnor.
Dlod, Docembor 19, on tho ranch of
ono of his countrymen noar Uutto
Falls, Arnold Ilorkoher, n nntlvo of
Sen In. Mr. II. hud boon stopping
lor oiii lime at tho Siinuisldo under
tho euro of Dr. Holt, but ns his enso
soomod to ho almost hopoloss ho
nlsliod to be taken to the home of his
friend, llo had sonio real proporty
in Butte Fa 11b and soemed to bo well
loapoctod In the cominunltv.
J. E. llonsloj, rocontly from Soat
tlo, Wnshington, nnd two of his broth
er, sons of tho man who bought tho
Frank Nlcholn pjato noar hoie, ar
rived In town Wodnosdny with nn
onto truck londod with household
goods and later flvo wagons londod
with the same kind of goods. Thoy
were unable to go on up to tho-ranch
mi account of tho roads bolng so soft
so they rented the Allle Nichols houso
nnd niovod Into that for the present.
I undorst.iud thnt tlio intend to
build In tho spring. I learned that
thoro are three families all together.
Mrs. Win. McFny, whogo husband
Is tho foreman or tho Fish I.ako ditch
ooinpany's work of repairing and on
Inrglng tho ditch, was hero Wodnas
dny on her wn to Medford.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Inn Tnrroll. from
nowr Portland, stopped horo Weduos
dny for dlnnor on tholr way up to
bin father's on Lout creek.
I'orry Foster nnd two of tils grand
sons, the sons of Henry French and
two of J. L. Robinson's boys, woro
In town Wednesday doing Xmas shop,
W. It. McCI.eod, who has a store
on the I'rotpect road near tho upper
Meol bridge, enmo out from Medford
Wodnosdny nnd went on up home the
same day. He had a load of suppllos
S II. Harnlsh and wife who have
been xisltlng Mis. H.'s paronts In
Josephine county, returned last night.
Miss Clara Zimmerman, who Is our
assistant poxtmaster, nnd also assist
ant telephone girl, and Thurmnn Mc
Clelland went to visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs A II. Zimmerman, near
Hluo Canon Thursday.
Miss Mabo) Hensen nnd Charles
Monnlsay came out today from the
Flounce Hock country where Miss
Henatn is engaged teaching school.
They wont on up to hor father' attor
taking dinnsr here.
Thoro U to be Xmas tree enter
tainment by the IS. P. school Xnia
ever In 'he opora bouse.
Since my last ropurt F. T. Newport
has renewed hi sub to the I). M. T.;
Art Smith paid up his sub. to the
W M. T.: Frank Derrick, Drowns
boro, paid up his sub to the W, M. T,
Freckles and His
p : I SEE , I 60T A 60OD x whole lot U l . r
"' " UDEA-h-L UANCr 1 OF PRESENTS.! N, V ". :"!-..
N pjel MA'S STOCkIN' UP ( iZ r If V
I ('STEAD OV MIME T Q ' '.-i,
5 ' -JAW6lTALoTFER ( : , J", '
M fL CHRISTMAS- :: ( H : f ,kW
E rM"1 fflT f ! YSjiV
AVIshlng tho readers of the Mall
Trlbunu a Merry Christmas I closo
for this time,
Since writing tho foregoing I hnvo
just learned of tho death of Win.
Ilrown, nu undo of the llrowu family
of this place. A tnoro extended notice
Wiox, iliiuhli'rs and iMer- of the
Slirineis lire eonliully united to meet
ut the Hotel Oregon in this city Sat
urday eveniiitf, .January 1, 11)10, nt
7:1." -liur), to attend n tlienter pnity
nt tlie Yiniiip, whole the pntticiilur
n ml ue plus ultrii ultrnction will be
Uemldine Fnirnr in "Cnnueti." After
the theater nn entertainment mid ban
quet wilt lie tendered the Indies nt
Mii'-onic hall. The entertainment
committee includes Mrs. Uuorgu T.
Collins nnd .Mr-. II. C. (In met t of
Mcdfmd. Kcet'ptioii uud lintiiiuet l'eu
tiuvs will be in eliurge of u eoiumit
tee L" Aslilnud ladies.
Hurry White of Culcxico, Cnl., on
the .Mexican holder, writes his father,
II. h. White, of tiiis city, thnt the
temperature down there hns nlrcndy
been us low ns 'J I, with ice three
eighths of tin inch thiel:. This lie
wnv of comparison heie, wheio the
thennometer in one iiiftuuro tliis 'en
sou lias leeoided '':).
Tlie pnst week delegutioiis fiom the
Y. .M. ('. A. nnd Y. W. C. A. of the
Slate L'niversitv of Kiieene paid thin
community it social as well ns ollie
iul isit nnd were the rec'nienti. of
ninny courtesies at tint hands of pii
vnto iiidiMdiials, elttirelies nud
selioo!-, Tlie neivonnel of the vinit
or included Wultor Denim, Oerrv
Wntljins, Olenu Wlieoler, James ,Me
Ciilltim, Lvon MeCiendy, J. I). Foster,
Alio Hrihtow, Miss Klleu (iillies. Miss
Louise Allen nnd other. On Tuoh
dny CM'niiiif it liasketliull leniu trom
uinoii"- them boat tlie local Coast Ar
tillery "(ptnd in u kuiiio ut the nnnory
by n score ol 'JS to 'J.'i, uud on Thurs
day owning tliev won over the luli
school bv :'2 to '27 in u pinie at the
gvin. The fictile woe u tio nt var
ious stages of the hitter iranio. Re
ceptions were tendered the xisitors
nt the I'rcMhyteriHit nud flautist
(lunches. Iiicidentnllv their trip heie
wns to look oer the field with the
object of iiiHtulliu; brunches n their
respective orKiinintiontt heie.
A. W. Silsby, S. I. engineer, of
Klnmnth 'nll, mid hi wife nie visit
ing their iliuiftlilur, Jht.. I'orry Ash
ernlt, nnd mi Chiirtmns ihi ntteiuled
u holiduv leiinion ut the home of
Councilman P. J Alicmft on Woolen
Aeenidiiis to published legulutions
ut 1 o'clock p. in. on the ilutu that
the state prohibitory law jruos into
effect, common euiriers and diu
ifihts eun secure oftieinl uftiduvito
lor ut) under the pioliibitiou enact
ment, nu interpielutioii of which
nluce sellers, of eth.l uli-nliol under
bolide ol fJOl).
Dnw-un Foster and .M (i-.io
I'lideKrulf were inarned ut the .Meth
odist patvonngo on CluisliDHs cluv bj
I'astor Dougluss. Mr. Foster is
salesman in the shoo department of
F.udori" stole, The bride is a teacher
in the West school nud will eonliniic
her duties theie until the end ol the
school j en i.
Ilurrv Hutos, tuluj;rnplivr in the
employe ot the S. i. nt .Madern. Cnl.,
is home lor u holiday vacation with
his pnicnts, .Mr. nnd Mrs. C. F. Males.
Kuster occurs in 1UUI on April 2.1.
Only once nguiii in this century will
it lie so lute, in 10 I.I, wheu the date
will ho April '2 the latest possible
under the movable festival schedule,
Tin, item U puplifclieri meioly ns u io
niindoi rojiuidinv F.astein bonnets.
Fied Sebuenuau armed Inst Fri
day li'oiii Mi-Cloud, Cal., tor a visit
with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aug
ust Schuennan. He has been em-
ploved in the oxre dvpsrtment of
the lumber eonipaHvV mervaulile os
Robert Yininsr nnd sua, Orrin. of
Fnirtjnnk.. Alrt-ljs nd Mr-. H. C.
Mvei of faille, are holiday visitors
with relttliu's ui I lie Yimug and
ASHLAND AND VICINITY
(liniuger faniilics residing on (Irnnite
K. A. Hlnke nnd wife of Corvnllis
nre visiting relutivcH here during' the
holidays in tlie 1'nmilies of Dr. W. h.
Hlnke and A. W. Ilcibert. Mrs. lllake
was formerly Miss- Charlotte Herbert,
daimhler of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Her-
beil. The Klnkcs nre brothers.
Frank Douglass, wife nud son, of
Portland me here paying u holiday
visit ut Hie Methodist parsonage with
their patents', Hew W. J. and Mrs.
Dougluss. It is needless to add that
the grandparents are paying duo
homuge to their grandson, Frank, Jr.
Scott Onusby, chief clerk to John
M. Scott, in the Poitluud offices of
the Southern Pncilie ticket nnd pas
senger tigeney, was heie lasl week on
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Uwe Mere
guests on Christmas of their son,
Jewel, who is in tho employ of lutit-
beintg interests ut Weed, Cal.
The fninilv of C. II. Wat kins of
Mcdfmd were Chtistiniis visitor un
tie! the paioiital roof of It. P. Wnt-
kius, residing on lleech street.
Clunk's Robinson of Pembroke, X,
Y., was n visitor on Christinas day
with Hie Lnnikin Urns., old school
mates of his during the ugone in the
The CncliiH Plantation Co., u Cen
tral American concern, uud the
Luther Huibiink Co., u California cor
poration, are defendants in Juekson
couiitv eitciiit court in it suit of
equity whereby Hutler & Thompson
of this city, as plaintiffs, seel: nn
accounting by foreclosuie piocOed
ings in nn action involving the sum
of nonrly .fSIIDO.
Another siege nt registration begins
throughout the county on Monday,
January ;), 101(1.
Tho Presbyterian Sunday hcIiooI
held its Christum anniversary on
Saltiiiluv night. Tli me weio dual
trees, Msions of IovoImim, their dee
ortitiou being the deft work of Mios
Lillian and Rose Patterson. Multi
coloicd lighting etfeet lidded to the
lieuuty of the lieo udoriiiiient.
Theatrical iittriietioiih us scheduled
by the regular KmpreaH vaudeville
circuit begin nt the Yiuiug on Decem
ber .'10. Ashland will be the only town
between Kiigene nnd Snerninciito en
joying these picsoutatioiiti.
Ordinarily, Hill .Moor, postoflice
cniner, hikes nine mile per dny on
his delivers loiiuds; Kd lluilfichl, II
iiiiltw, uud Don Spencer, 17 miles.
During Hie prevailing holiday reason
add about 7.") per cent to these fig.
ores, postmaster ICniser, who bus ic
sumeil his old iicuiistomctl place ut
the money order and logwtry win
dows, ticks a mile per dny, it depend
ing upon the state of the weather and
regularity of the jitney service.
X. A. .Schuueu lias bought out the
intoiosts of his nut tucr, W. M. Illnir,
in u inaible and granite business m
Portland. This is tlie in in that last
summer wits piiMpectiiig a bine gian
ite proposition in the sicinity of
Ayers Spur, near Ashland. It is not
known what elleet the change will
have in the development ol this line
qiiuir oi blue granite.
Rtported by Jackdou County At
tract Co., Sixth and Fir Ht.
Mui' II. Brad-haw s. S H. Sim
mons et nl , cost hill,
F. II. Mitxson s. Ashland lion
Works, order granting niotion, vacat
ing judgment and granting now trial.
Rothschild Ilios. vs. W. M, ICen
nody, notice of appeal, undertaking
for cost, on npponl.
Pro ha to
Kto of Uanc Wrifut, ordsr ot
swoiul MttiH distribiUiop.
Ittsil HIate i'mnsfcif
II. J. Viw Koc3 ' is U) J,
" UaU'hur ut u., lul 22, Il'sA-
lauil Park Add. .. , ' vofl
It. Scnuli at ux to i$na !)()
viu, lou in blk. 0, Rns Ami.
Jl(ifjd - i . . In
COURT HOUSE NEWS
.1. T. Alexander et ux to ). ).
Romig, laud in sec. 7-:i"-'JW. 10
JJutlor & Thompson Co. to J.
C. Hayes et ux, hind in Ash-
hind - 10
Mnrv Abbott et vtr to J. D.
Hell, lot A, sec. ,2o.:i8-lW J
T. II. MniiHfiold to J. I). Hell,
hind in i.ec. 'J-:I8-4W. 1
John Furrcll to R. F. Dctin,
land in sec. fl-ar-2W. 10
W. .1. Heiieom et ul. to Tom
Schnring, land in m.'c. 1-118-
ASTOR WINE COMPANY
Wo wish to cull the attention ot the
public to tho fact thnt Tho Astor
Wlun company, the largest liquor
houso on tho 1'nclflc coast, and one
that has beu located In Oregon and
Washington for the pnst many years
will open a completo mall order liquor
houso at Hornbrook, California, nnd
."09 Mission street, Sail Frnnclsru,
Cnllfomln. Tho White Front liar, ot
Medford, will lie absorbed by the As
tor Wine company, nnd will be at
Hornbrook. This firm has always
carried n completo lino of ever) thing
that wns to be had In tho wlno nnd
liquor line nt prices that defy com
pel Itlon. We hovo a number of
plucoa scatteicd around Oregon nnd
Washington nnd will conccntrnto all
our stock in Just two places and will
nlso mako it our personnl effort to
make quick deliveries. Wo positively
will not substitute, when you order
from the Ator Wlno Co. You will
got exactly what you sond for nnd
nothing else. Wo ptopny express on
nil liquors and wines nnd In fact
ovorj thing but beer. Wo soil HiIh
ho cheap, wo cannot prepny toll ox
pross or freight chnrgos.
(ot RcciiHtomod to drinking our
(olden Cream Bpeclnl, tho now tom
pcrnnco drink. It has no equal nnd
while It tastes just llko real Pabst
beer it Is nou-nlcohollc. Wo will
plnco nn nKcnay In Medford the first
of tho jour.
Wo will bo glud to hear from our
many friends nnd others after tbo
first of January at Hornbrook, Cali
fornia. THK ASTOR WINK COMPANY.
Adv. Hornbrook, Calif.
HEAVY SNOW KEEPS
HOT SPRIXfiS, Y.i.. Dee. 27. -Heavy
snow kept Picsidcut Wilson
indoor again today and he devoted
the morning to papers biought from
Washington. With Mrs. Wilson he
planned to go motoring Inter in the
Among tho ipiostious before him
wu tlie selection ol u postmaster for
Xew Yoik City.
County Tivnsinei'H Willi (toll fur
State of Oiegon, County of Jnck
on, Treasury Department.
Jacksonville, Oregon, December
Notke s hereby kIvcii that there
YKAIIS Ol' II Irs II V.VLURS
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YKMtSOK LOW YAM'KS
THE AllOVK IHAORAM SHOWS .IL'ST WHEN RKAI, RSTATK
HIIOl'IJ) HAVE REE.V IJOl'OHT AND WHEN IT SHOULD HAVE
Real Estate rises quickly in valno with cood times. Prosperity is
coming. It has not struck Hoal Estate yet. Real Estato Is generally tho
last to foci prosperity. It must feel it In a short tlmo. Then It will
Jump in value.
How many will have tho foresight to tako advantage of the prosont
depression and tho low prlcos of Real Estato.
We believe that an opportunity for Investment, for speculation and
inonoy-maklng is offered In lots In tho "SUMMIT AVENUE HEIGHTS
ADDITION" at $55 eaoh on a cash payment of $5 down and $6 per
month. No city asseusments
Von CAN'T LOSE
For location of the "SUMMIT AVENUE HEIGHTS ADDITION" see
Map in our window or call at office.
BENNETT INVESTMENT CO.
REAL ESTATft LOANS RENTALS INSURANCE
10t WVst Main Strest I'hniio 7U0
: : :!'!j::1,,i,i,i;!,,;if :;:!W;l;i'l: ::j
nre funds on hnnd for tho redemp
tion of nil county warrants protested
prior to October 10th, inn.
Also, for tho following numbered
warrants protested on October 10th,
12470, 122uT., 120BG, 120.'M, 1 19.10,
linen, 1231S, 1209S, 1233.1, 1 2 3 .", T. .
12375, 12 173, 12387, 123C4, 12001.
123 tfi, 12405, 12074, 110311, 12002,
12007, 120C0, 12408, 12417. 12250,
123S4, 12014, 12040, 123S0, 12307,
12300, 12403, 12401, 11830, 12441,
12354, 11802, 12807, 12401, 12478,
12470, 12301, 12375, 12358, 12353,
12400. 410, 417, 422, 423, 424, 425,
11007, 12075, 120S0. 12021, 12415.
Interest ceases on tho Warrants
above numbered and railed this 2 4th
dny of Hcceniber. 1015.
FllEl) L. COIiVlO.
Treasurer of Jackson Comity, Oregon,
-Cow and calf.
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Holsieln
bull cnlL Address Hox 19, It. F. I).
So. 1, Central Point. 242
FOR SALE Eight months old heifer.
Phone 597-112. 241
FOR SALE Young mule, cheap. In
quire 030 X. Central avenue. 237
FOR SALE NMuo com fed Bhotes at
a bargain; nlso gecso. Phono
FOR SALE Team of mules, weight
000 lbs. onch, C year olds, $325. O.
FOR SALE ream, weight about
1500 pounds. Phono 315. tf
FOR SALE Cheap, 18 horses. Vln
Kon'n barn, N. Rlvcrsldo Avo. 24 8
VOU SALl'-nKAty IWTATB
FOR SALE Or exchango 32a of first
class Improved land, will consider
ono half payment of city property.
Wallace Wood, Medford. 241
FOR SALE- doing away. A fine 1r.
tlgntod farm, wnter all paid for,
15 acres slKncd to sugar bents;
could put In 40 acres another year;
nil ntnek machinery. 80 cords wood,
000 boxen apples. Inquire F. E. J.,
Mail Trlbiino. 238
FOR SALE Cheap, twenty acres of
approved beet land; enn all be ir
rigated; flvo miles from Central
Point and nbout two miles from n
railroad atatlon. For particulars
address It. V. I). No. 2, Dox 82,
Central Point, Ore. 239
fou BLK MiHcrniiiAnicous
FO RA LH A-1" del ivory en r, olec
trio lighted and complete equip
ment, cheap for quick nalo. Hox
05, Mall Tribune, 237
FOR S A LEFo rth(i next "thirty daTs
-wo will deliver you ono dozen
choice, assorted rose buslioH, lu
good condition, for $1, with or
der. Portland Roso Nursery, Lents,
FOR SALE Woll bred Ran oil Rook
Cockrols for heading pens, uow
roady. $2 each. Phouo 3-F-. J. II.
AVobstor, Phoenix, Oro. 210
FOR SALE Forty two cords of dry
Pine wood. Inquire of Roy II.
FOR SALE One man tops for Ford
curs at tho Tout and Top Factory,
100 N. Front St. 245
rOR SALE llatloy; also baled bar
ley straw. Phono 733-J2. 255
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F6TriiENT M od e rn bu n gnlo w. To I
ephono 720-M, 241
VOU ItENT-Coloncl SnrBent'fl res
ldcnco on Oakdale nvc, tolophono
owner nt Jncksonvlllo, or Inquire
of II n. Nye or Hoy H. I'eoblea nt
FOR RENT Modern furnished houso
keeping rooms, closo In; p.na and
wood stoves. 234 Enst 0th. 238
FOR RENT Well furnished 5-room
bungalow very rensonnblo to desir
able tounnt. 422 S. Laurel St.
FOK ItKNT FUlCttnllKIi IXOOMS
FOR RENT TvvoyrooTii furnished
house, nicely located. C. A. Do
NVANTEirTlMUCEYS For prime
fancy stock drensed 20c, alive 17
cents for delivery tho 27th, 28th,
29th, throe days. Plioua 715.
Home phone 7-F5. C. C. Paul.
WANTED Women lot us bolp you
mnko money selling guaranteed
hosiery to wear; full or part tlmo;
big profits; oxperlenco unneces
sary. Address, international Mills,
Uox 122, NorrUtown, Pa.
LOST Christmas eve n small rc't
containing $20 bill nnd $5 gold
pleco; wns Christmas present from
son to mother; reward for return
to 087 Pine Street. 238
MONEY TO LOAN
TO LOAN f 1000 on Improved ranch
Holmes tho Insurance Man.
WANTED Woman between 40 nnd
55 whom It may concern. I havo a.
good home nnd hetel: would like to
correspond with yott. R. F. Mc-
Lcury, Slaklyoii, Orogon. 241
Printers nnd I'ubllsliers
MEDFORD PRINTINaCO.rnas thft
best oqulppod printing offlca Id
southern Oregon; book binding
looso leaf lodgers, billing systems
etc. Portland prices. 27 Kortb
IT IS VOUlt lUWLNKSB TO SEE JIH
Ilccauso my siocx m trsdo Is to
bnvn optioned nt tho lowest cash
price the belt buy in this county.
I have bcon on tno ground look
ing out for you for tbo past flvo
years. Nearly evorydny I hav in
vestigated Borne "Reed thing." I have
eliminated evorythlng except thoso
donls which I nm convinced will so
on ro me sntlnfled customors.
In a fow hours tlao I can 'giro you
the benefit of this research. It Is ray
business to show you over tho county
nnd introduce you to tho possibilities
and opportunities here. Sea Med
ford first and
J. C. BARNES
f)3 Wisot Main fUrast
80 acres on tho Applegate, with
soma stork nud irrigation, $1900,00.
Another thoro of 1C0 acroa, stock, Ir
rigation and buildinga. $7500 aud
many other ranches priced rJght.
A good om near Pendleton, irrigat
ed and water right paid, 1S7 acres at
$100.00; will tako in good llttlo place
A few turnlshod and some unfur
nished houses for rout.
C. D. HOON
Room 10, Jackson County llsnlc HldK
INTERURHAN AUTO CAR CO,
Loave Medford dully except Sun
day for Ashland, Talent and Phoonlx
ut 8 u. m., 11.50 a. m., 1:15, 2'30,
3:4 5 and 5.15 p. m Also on Sat
unlay at 11:15 p. m. Sundays leave
at 10 a. m , 4 p. m. and 9:30 p. m.
Leave Ashland for Medford dally
oxeopt Sunday nt 9 a. m., 12:50, 2:30,
3:30, 4'4S and 0:15 p. m. Sunday
leave Ashland at 0 a. in., 1:00, 5:00
uud 10.30 p. III.
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LAIIEIl AUTO SPRING CO. Wa
nre operating tho largest, oldest
nnd best oqulppod plant Jn tho Pa
clflc northwest. Uso our springs
whon otbera fall. Sold undor guar
antee. 20 North Fifteenth St.,
GEO. W. CHERRY Attorney., and
Notary, Room 0, Jackson Count
Hank Uulldlng. entrance N. Cen
tral, Medford, Oro.
PORTER J. NEPK, WM. P. MEALET
-Attomoys-ntLaw, Rooms 8 abd
9, Medford National Dank bldg.
A. E. REAMES, LAWYER Garnctt
G. M. ROBERTS Lawyer.
Medford National Bank Building.
Dr. W. M. VAN SCOYOO
DR. C. O. VAN SCOYOO
Garnett-Corey llldg., ulto 310
Mudtoro, Oro. Phono 856.
Collections and Itcporta
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS We
collected some accounts 14 yearn
old. Wo know how to got tho
money. Tbo Bunoclc Mercantile
Agency. Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 3, Has
klnn'Bldg., 210 E. Main st.
Engineer nnd Contractor
FRED N. CUMMING3 Snglncor and
contractor, 404 M. F. & II. Bldg,
Surveys,, estimates, Irrigation
drainage, orchard and lund 1ms
GARBAGE Got your promise
cleaned up tor tho summer. Call
on tho city garbago wagons tor
good service, Phono 274-L. F.
Instruction In Muslo
HAl'dllT r MUSIC STUDIO-nooS
401, Garnott-Coroy bldg. Fred Al
ton Halght, piano; Mrs. Florence
Halllday Halght, voice. Phone
Physicians nnd Surgeons
DR. K. G. CARLOW, Dlt. EVA
MAINS CARLOW Osteopathic
physicians, 410-417 Garnott-Coroy
bldg., phone 103C-L. Residence
20 South Laurel st.
DR. W. W. HOWARD Ostoopnthie
physician, 303 Garnott-Coroy
building. Phone 130.
DR. J. J. EMMENS Physician and
surgeon. Practlco limited to oye,
ear, hobo and throat. Eyes scien
tifically tested and glasses sup
plied. Oculist and Auriat tor S. P.
R. R. Co. Offices M. F. & II, Co.
bldg., opposite P. O. Phono 5G7,
DR. It. W. CLANCY Physician and
surgeon Phones, offlco 30, real
deuco 724-J, Offlco hours, 10 to
12, 2 to 5,
DR. MARTIN O. HARDER Physi
cian und Burgeon. Offlco Palm
block, opposite Nash hotol. Hours
10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phono 110-J.
T. G. HEINE, M. D. Eye, Ear,
Nuso nnd Throat. Headaches and
nervous conditions relieved by
properly fitted glasses. CrosB eyes
strnlghtonod. Offlco 228 E. Mala
st , phono .103, Consultation free.
GORDON MAC CRACKEN, M. D.
Honioopathlc Physician, Surgeon,
22S East Main St., Medford, Ore
gon. Offlca phono 142, residence
phono 732-R2. Offlco hours 1 to
t p. in.
M. T. EDWAItpS, Stoographor
and Multlgraphlng, Rooms 409-410
Garjiott-Coroy building. Office
phono 709-J, rosldenco phone
HUIWHRT J. BERIUAN Stenogra
pher, room 29, Jackson County
Bank Bldg. Dictation taken any
place any tlmo by the only Steno
tjrpe operator In Southern Oro, Of
flea phono 615. Reo. 275-J.
S1NOKR SEWING MACHINES FOR
SALE OR RENT Somo usod ma
chines also for sale Baldwin pi
anos for sale, from factory to you,
direct C. A. Chapman, ut Medford
Fjirnlturo und Hardware store.
Residence 375 So Central. Phone
EADS TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.
Offlco 43 North Trent st, Phene
315. Prices tight. Service guaiw