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MEDFORD MATk TRIBUNE, MRDFORD. OREOON, FRIDAY, .TANTARY 7, 1910
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ASHLAND AND VICINITY
Fine holly tree growths linvy re
plnecd the inngiiolius ui ijiiinll- set
out alone; the Uunleviml parkway.
The magnolias were a failure in this
latitude, n iiumher having died, while
other never ndvniieod as to .substan
Hn.sketbull players from Siskiyou
county will invade local territory on
Saturday of this week, when a ieaui
from Klna .Mills will play the local
hie,h school squad at the gym. On
Friday evening the Cnlifornians play
the military at the armory.
An echo of the paving agitation
was awakened when the old council
just before going out of business
inmlo mi ante-mortem recommenda
tion that Mill street should be paved
at tho first opportunity.
John Ulriuli, wife and two sons
packed up their belongings early this
week- mid on Wednesday started
overland for Lane county, where they
hnvo routed a ranch. Originally from
Ucnuany, they stopped by relays
from the Atlantic .seaboard to tho
central west, coming to Oregon by
easy stages from Nebraska. Upon
their arrival here all the real estate
agents iii town vied with tho Sun
shine society and associated charities
in getting the family on its feet. Pro
German in sentiment and living up to
tho traditions of aristocratic Prus
sian junkerism, they finally establish
ed a hof bran on-Kit Canto Height 4
in the nltra-fashionnblo west end
suburban residence section, having
secured a hand-to-mouth lease from
tho Heaver Yoekey estate. .Many
wore glad to see them go, and tlioac!
who found tlicni'-elves unable to be
present at the leave-taking sent their
Uillnli Temple of .Mystic Shriuera
will install officers Friday evening of
this week. The official divan for
Jillll includes a host of names em
bracing elective and appointive ones.
The installation event is an impor
tant, and in fact assume tho pro
portions of a circumscribed cere
monial. Superintendent emeritus i a new
title as applied to 0. F. Hillings by
virtue of having served tho Metho
dist Sunday school as superintendent
tor twenty-tour years. A substantial
recognition of this fact was the pre
sentation to him of an expulsive
chair on the eve of resigning formal
duties faithfully performed. Inform
ally he will yet respond to any needs
which church and Sunday school may
demand. In this connection it trans
pired that the retiring superintend
ent has been identified with Sunday
school work II years.
Several Jackson county cases will
appear on the triul docket of the su
preme court, which meets at Salem
I hi month, l.oeallv the case of Clins.
Dodge vs. ('. Root will come up
for di-posal. Other cases arc W. K.
I'hipps vs. City of Medford, A. It.
Hupps vs. Hoguo Kiver Canal Co., J.
P. Ilcnsou vs. A. D. Dobbins and
John Mintcr vs. It. (. Mintcr.
E. C. Gard, living at Vancouver, D.
C, and identified with timber and
ranching interests, is homo on n visit.
It has been two years since ho was
In a spasm of economy and while
the president of the council was
temporarily occupying thu mayor's
chair, that body cut down the police
force, which now includes the chief
and one patrolman instead of two as
On Satin day night this week the
local Klks lodge will receive on offic
ial visit from W. It. I.ogus of Oregon
City, who is a deputy grand exalted
ruler of the order. Initiatory work
will add pleasure to the pre-cnee of
the visitor here, a social reunion be
ing planned in his honor.
The great Danish violinist, Skov
gaar,d supported by eminent artists
of the Xew York Metropolitan com
pany, will appear at the Yiniug Jan
A jeweler and druggist in the per
son of Mayor Johnson and Hal Mo
Xnir, ynsisted Division Engineer
Wester, Assistant Superintendent
FiUgenild mid Master Mechanic
Small oass upon the demerits of a
collision on the Southern Pacific in
the vicinity of Wall creek recently,
in which considerable dniunitc was
done to a . freight train. As a rcult
Engineer Maiskeand Conductor Foil
Ian were criticised for not exorcising
due diligence in the face of unfavor
able weather conditions prevailing.
The First National Dunk will install
a chime clock in lront of its estab
lishment at an early date, provided
the street commit teed, to which the
matter with referred, interposes no
objections. Permission is as good as
granted. The new timepiece will be
elaborate and as useful as ornamen
tal. This bank is located midway of
the business center, at the corner of
Main street and First avenue.
Vital tlittiv a related lo burials
show that M interment weic made in
the three uwjiftinrie here during .the
(ast year, SO in Mountain View. 17 in
Ashland and 6 in llargaduje. (Jf theae
1") won uoufsidmt. Th average
ago of 33 of tludiH'sed persona
was 7.1 your. Khmkbc Wiilnid lw
! sfxioti ( the wumriMt teuietvr
Freckles and His
AFTER I GIT
THIS COAL IN TH'
Moose i have r
TAKE MV MUSIC
LESSON, SHOOT IT'
ics hero for yenrs past, mid foregoing
figures nro official as submitted by
In the face of many applications
for jL'ity appointments, the new coun
cil stood by the old guard, City At
torney Moore, Chief of Police Por
ter, Patrolman Wimer, Street Com
initsioner Fraley, Electrician Strick
land mill Water Commissioner Hosier
being retained. C, D. Watson was u
candidate for city attorney, 1). p.
Good for chief of police and Fred
Putnam and Jim Fewcl for street
Upon the retirement of Major C.
Ciiiiiiiiilinm, dean of the council
manic body, P. L. Ashcraft was
chosen by riht of succession to tho
honor of being chairman of the board
ip the absence of the mayor as pre
The cement finishing on tho cor
nices of the city hall proving defec
tive to the extent of peeling off, rec
ommendation tins been made that
metallic work he substituted.
Miss Anna Hargrave will removo
her millinery stock to tho McGee dry
Roods and furnishing establishment
as soon as the latter vacates tho Elks
building and occupies the storerooms
in Memorial block.
Property descriptions to the num
ber of 12G3, delinquent on special
benefit assessments, have been or
dered by the city council placed in
the hands of tho county tux col
lector. Mr. mid Mrs. D. II. Jurvis of Port
land arrived this week and will re
main hero indefinitely trying the ben
cficial effects of Ashland's medicinal
spring waters. They will occupy the
'Glenn residence. Mrs. Jurvis is a
daughter of e.v-Governor Whitcakcr
In Dcdding, January '', occurred
the marriapo of George Quille of
Doseburg nud Gwendolyn Long of
Ashland, according to California pa
pers. Tho iiro of George is given as
;i2 and of his bride 'JO.
A small army of itllo men woro
handled here the past year, accord
,ing to official figures submitted by
Chief of Police Porter. The number
aggregated 10,80:, of which 11,003
wero housed from time to time nt the
Fourth trcet station. During the
year 'l'u doors and windows of bus
iness houses were found open, and
'2292 gallons of liquor were shipped
into this dry town by common car
riers, not to mention tho uncommon
BUTTE FALLS BUBBLES
Dr. W. E. lluclianan and family
returned to their homo In Ashland
Saturday. Thoy havo been visiting
Mrs. Jluchanau's mother, Mrs. Kco.
Mitts Kill tli Fredenburg and Ituy
Parker returned from tho teachers
convention at Medford Thurnday.
Ilcnulo Kdmaiidxon has moved his
family to town, so )iln daughtor can
Jack TunRutc and family returned
Saturday to Hutto Falls. Thoy havo
been vlHltlng relatives and friend at
.1. .Yt. Murphy returned to his homo
In Medford Saturday.
High Bchool was dlHiulKhod for tills
week horo on account of so much
.Mifis Kdytho Crecdo, teacher of tie
Itanclierla school, MIrh Elslo Wright
and C. II. Branchla returned from
the teachers' convention Saturday.
William and Lome Mooro are homo
from Medford where they have been
some time on business.
EAGLE POINT ITEMS
Among the many social events of
the holiday week was the meeting of
the Onward and Cpward club with
W. C. Clements, and tplundid uork
Philip JacUon and wife, wbo have
been H'iidin tke holidays with hi
brother, J. D. Jwrmmi, lft Monday
for Klamath Falls.
Mr. and Mr. Carl Xarrogan outer
taind at diitaor 1mta day Mr.
and Mr. Will IInn. Mr- and Mr.
"Pwrnk Dn.WM. Mr. and M. W. C
Clement . Mr. nod Mr- George wu
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L !!!5ii ilili.1 VOU 60IKI AMD )rW "M
k J?p;.:;-: $b practice voor lAWm. yil
rlltP' &$& Music uesffoM, fY:::Ji$?$ JssL
v """-slv W fev
dor llellcn, Mr. mid Mrs. William von
Mrs. tiuorgu T. O'Dricn and daugh
ter, Allison, of Medford, spent the
holiday week with relatives, return
ing to Medford Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Holt enter
tained at Christmas dinner Mr. and
Mrs. Fred L. Heath, Mr. mid .Mrs. F.
L. Doltr. and children.
MJss Har.el Drown of tho Medford
hich school spent the holiday week
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. It. (I.
The many friends of .Mr. and Mrs.
F. M, Stewart, who arc spending the
winter in southern California, arc
pleased to learn that tho Judge is
much improved in health.
Marvin Mitchell of Medford spent
Xew Year's day with It. G. Drown
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Mclntyrc en
tertained Wednesday evening with a
dinner party in honor of Miss Alice
Mclntyrc, who is visiting her brother
N. L. Nnrrcgan, who spent the hol
iday week with his family in Med
ford, returned lo Kaglu Point Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drown enter
tained with a watch party Xcw
Mr. and Mi's. Gcorgo von dcr llel
lcn entertained Xew Year's night
with ti fivc-courso bridgo dinner.
Their lovely homo was tastofullv dec
orated. Those present were: Mr. and
.Mrs. Will Drown, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Drown, .Mr. muVWrs. Carl Xarrcgan,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clements, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Pclouze, Mr. mid .Mrs.
William von dcr Helen, Mr. and Mrs.
J. V. Mclntyrc and Miss Alice Mc
Intyro. .Mrs. Otilla Nichols of .Medford was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will Drown
.Mrs. Lottie Van Scoy was (oiled
Monday evening to attend tho funeral
of her niother-iii-law, Mi's. Van
Scoy. The deceased was tho wife of
Professor Van Scoy of Ashland.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jackson Tues
day evening eiitertiiincd at dinner Mr.
and Mrs. George von dcr Hellen and
Kcr Ui'tir This Ono
Sir: Yesterday, I pot UiIh note from
M. H. C: "I loft my portfolio nt
your office Thursday afternoon.1 If
you can find It, please return to
inc." Then, "P. S. Slnco writing
this I havo found my portfolio, so
you need not trouble yourself to send
I am a candidate for City Treas
urer Httbject to tho election Tuesday,
Jau. 11, 19 10. J. W. Sll MILKY.
I am n candpiato for re-election to
offlco of City Treasurer at general
election, Jan. 11, 191G.
OUS H. SAMUELS.
I am u candlduto for re-election to
thu offlco of City Recorder at annual
oloctlon, Jan. 11, 1!UG,
KLMKIl T. FOSS.
INTErtl'itll.W ALTO C.VU CO.
Loava Medford dally oxcopt Sun
day for Ashland, Talent and Phoonlx
at 8 a. tn., 11:50 a. m., 1:15, 2:0,
3:45 and 5:15 p. in. Also on Sat
urday at 11:15 p. m, Sundays leave
at 10 a. m., 4 p. in. and 9:30 p. m.
Leave Ashland for Medford daily
except Sunday at 9 a. m., 12:50, 2:30,
8:30, 4:45 and 6; 15 p. in, Sunday
leave Ashland at 9 a. in., 1:00, 5:00
and 10:30 p. m.
BUSINESS AND MAKING
Present owner, on account of
business interests elsewbere,
vill sell for 125 per cent less
tban actual vni .
Bennett Investment Co ;
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SALTS IS HNE FOR
KM, QUIT MEAT
flush tho Kidneys at once whon Back
hurts or Bladder bothers Meat
forms urio acid.
No man or womnn who cts mwit rcmr
lsrly can nmke a mistake by flusliW
the kidneys occasionally, slys a well
known authority. ITc.it forms urio acid
whlqh clogs the kidney porea so they
sluggishly filler or strain only part of
thn wntto and poison rom the blood,
then you get sick. Nearly nil rheuma
tism, headaches, liver trouble, nervous
ncn, constipntlon, dlulncss, sleeplessness,
bladder disorders coma from sluggish kid
neys. The momejit you feci a dull ache In tho
kidneys or your b.ick hurts, or if tho
urlno is cloudy, offensive, full of sedi
ment, irregular of passage or attended
by a sensation of scalding, get about four
ounces of Jad Salts from any reliable
pharmacy and take a tnblespoonful in
a glass of water beforo breakfast for n
few days and your kidneys will then act
fine. This famous salts is made from
the ncld of crapes and lemon juice, com
bined with litlila. nnd has been used for
generations to flush clogged kidneys and
stimulate them to activity, also to neu
trall?tho r.chls in urine so it no longer
causes irritation, tints ending bladder dis
orders. Tad Salts is inexpensive and can
not injure; makes a delightful effer
vescent lithia-watcr drink which all reg
ular nient caters should take now and
then to keen tho kidneys clean and tho
blood pure, thereby avoiding serious kid
DKIiIXQCKNT SAM' XOTIC15 OAI.-IFOUXIA-OltKOOX
Location of principal i:nco of bus
iness. Sun Crnnclsco, California.
NOTICKThoru nro delinquent
upon tho following described utock,
on account of Assessment No. 2. lev
ied on tho 20th day or Octobor, 1915,
tho several amounts net opposlto tho
names of the respective shareholders,
American National Hank of San
Francisco, Pledgee. Cert. No. 322,
IIUOO shares, Ami. $3300.00.
Aldcnhagon, W. O., Curt. No.
40 shares, Aint. $40.00.
Chubot, Kmoliu M Cert. No.
00 shares, $00.00.
Clot, Kmllo. Cert. No. 325,
shares, Aint. $400.00.
Doling, F. U.. Cert. No. 244, 40
shares, Amt. $40.00.
do Tristan, I'hlllppo, Cort. No. 30,
1000 shares, Amt. $1000.00.
do Tristan, I'hlllppo. Cort. No. 37,
10110 shnrcs, Amt. $1000.00.
do Trlstnn, Philippe. Cert. 'No. 92,
4000 shares, Amt. $4000.00.
do Trlstnn, Philippe, Cert. No. 93,
500 shares, Amt. $500.00.
do Tristan, Philippe, Cert. No. 90,
5-10 shares, Aint. $510.00,
do Tristan, Philippe. Cert. No. 170,
250 shares, Aint. $200.00.
do Tristan, Philippe. Cert. No. 295,
250 shares, Amt. $250.00,
do Tristan, Phlllppu, Cert. No. 20C.
250 shares, Amt. $250.00.
nieckmnnu, dr., J, II, Cort. No,
231, 00 shares. Amt. $00.00.
80 acres on tho A-pplcgato, with
sonio stock nnd Irrigation, $4900,00.
Another thoro of 1C0 acres, stock, ir
rigation and buildings. $7500 and
many other ranches priced right.
A good ono near Poudlutou, Irrigat
ed and water right paid, 187 acres nt
$100.00; will tako In good llttlo placo
A few furnished and somo unfur
nished houses for rent.
C. D. HOON
Itoom 10, Jackson County Hank HIil.
IT IS YOCJt lIl'm.MlSS TO KIT, MK
Occausn my stocx m trade Is to
havo optioned at the lowest cash
price the best buy In this county.
I have beon on tne ground look
ing out for you for tht past five
years. Nearly everyday I hav in
vestigated some "good thing." I have
eliminated everything except thoso
deals which I am convinced will ie
ouro me satisfied customer,
In a fow hours time I can give you
the benefit of this raiearch. It Is mj
builoess to show you over the county
aud Introduce you to the possibilities
and opportunities here, Be Med
ford first and
J. C. BARNES
!oa Wtl aUht ttUnl
mm one-two- Ufi
:;:;:::;:;:i;V, " i tgr' -'
Uleckmnnn, Josephine C, Cert. No.
232. GO slinros, Amt. $00.00.
Iiovey, Chester L., Cert. No. 251,
2S0 shares, Amt. $280.00.
llollwlg, Christian, Trustco far
Cordon Hellwig. Cort. No. 327, 200
shares, Ami. $200.00.
Knox, It. 11., Cort. No. 228, 80
shares, Amt. $80.00.
Knox. H. 11., Cert. No. 299, 200
slinrcs. Amt. $200.00.
Mills, Helen C. Cert. No. 35C, 100
shares, Amt. $100.00.
McLaughlin, I). It., Cort. No. 215,
100 shares. Amt. $100.00.
Morcantllo Trust Company of San
Francisco, Trustee, Cert. No. 121, 100
shares, Amt. $100.00.
Merrnntllo Trust Company of San
FrnnclBco, Trustee, Cort. No. 128, 200
shares, Amt. $200.00.
Mercantile Trust Company of Snn
Francisco, Trustee, Cort. No. 131, 200
shares, Amt. $200.00.
Mercantile Trust Company of Snn
Francisco, Trustco, Cort. No. 138, 400
Bhnres, Amt. $400.00.
Mercantile Trust Company of Ban
Francisco, Trustee. Cort. No. 139, 400
shares, Amt. $400.00.
Mcicnntllo Trust Company of San
Francisco, Trustco, Cort. No. 199, 40
shares, Amt. $40.00.
Morcantllo Trust Company of San
Francisco, Trustco. Cort. No. 200, 40
slinrcs, Amt. $40.00.
Morcantllo Trust Company of San
Francisco, Trustco. Cert. No. 202, 20
slinrcs, Amt $20.00.
Pntcrson, Thomas M., Cort. IXo.
182, 20 shares, Amt. $20.00.
Stoddnrd, II. C. Cort. No. 375, 350
shares, Amt. $350.00.
Sutllffo. K. C N"Cort. No. 201, 20
slinrcn, Amt. $20.00.
Sutllffo, K. a, Cert. No. 271, 20
shares, Amt. $20.00.
Wood, F. I)., Cert. No. 300, 200
shares, Amt. $200,00.
And in nccordnnco with law and an
order of tho Hoard of rJlroctoni mmto
on tho 20th day of October, 1915, so
many nharen of each parcel of such
stock as may bo necessary will bo
sold nt public miction nt tho offlco of
, tho company, number 131 Loldcs-
, dorff street, San Francisco. Califor
nia, on Wednesday, January 12,
1 1910, nt tho hour of 12 o'clock noon
of said day, to pay said delinquent
nssossment thorcon, together with
costs of advertising and expense of
AM3X J. nOHIIOHOtJGH,
Secretary of California-Oregon Pow
Offlce: Number 131 I.eldosdorff
street, Sail Francisco, California.
FOK KKNT 3-rooni modern npnn
nient. 144 South Central. Phono
FOIt KKNT Colonol Sargent's ro
ldcnco on Onkdalo avo., tolnphono
ownor nt Jacksonville, or inquire
of II. II. Nye or Hoy II. Pcobles nt
FOK KKN'T--First class 0-room mod
cm bungalew: range connected;
garage Tel. 488X.
FOK ItKNT MISUKLLANKOUS
FoTrTtKNT To" rospoiiBlblu partyi
15 acres Koss Lane, 14 acres extra
sugar beet laud; new bungalow,
largo barn, silo, good water, iiiuu
ndaiu road. Inquire (i. M. Loomls,
Kosu Lauo, Phono 7S8-K1, 219
FOIt BAW lir.XV ILSTATH
land, 2 '4 miles SIC or Medford;
also .ri-room huuso, modern, on
West tOth st.; also $500 vendor
lieu note, bent of security; will
trade any of those with part cash.
Lilllo Kinder, Mudford. 215
FOK SALK 10 noros, good Improve
munis, all can he Irrlgutod, ono
inllo from Mod font, price $22"0.
Phono K. J. Stownrt. Medford. 240
Ail I uk If 11 i'WTn77r Ji:',' ))) Jl W HBw
Mjlity ILU-M I Hl lllfuitp A-JkA CvL jfflJJn g,s mcJHLH
We will pay $25.00 cush reward to tho party who will furnish us
with an actual buyer for tho following 100 acre wood and timber
100 acruti, located 3V& uitlus south of Cold Hill, estimated Wt
to 2 million feet saw timber and 1000 oords hardwood. Prlcu
As nu Investment for a wood proposition this cunt bo beat.
BENNETT INVESTMENT CO.
ItllAL HSTATH LOAXH IIHXTALH IXHUlUXQll
lOt Witst Main 8trt,e.t Phono 799
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FOH ItKNT FUltmsllKD ROOMS
F TmUlTNT Fu rn Isb od Vooiiis? ll 2 2
South Central. 347
FOK SALK Cheap. 1 flue bay ninre,
, 7-years old, 1420 lbs., $140, Nash
FOK SALK Cheap, tenm, wagon,
hack, harness, Implements, small
tools, cow, sopnrntor, churn, 11. I.
Hed chickens, Incubators. J; II.
Patterson, It. 1, Medford. Phono
FOIt SALK Team of mules, weight
900 lbs. each, C year olds, $225. O.
FOIt SALK Team, weight about
1500 pounds. Phono 315, tt
FOK SALK Cheap. 18 horses. Vin
son's born, N. Klvorsldo Avo. 248
FOIt BALK ailHUttbiaXROCS
FOK SALK At a bargain, R-passon-gor
1914 Maxwell automobile, fully
equipped nud In first class condi
tion. Address L. S, Grosso, Med
ford, It. 3, llox 57. 247
FOK SALK Corn.
FOK SALK 100
tons grain hay.
FOK SALK Gas range nt n bargain.
431 WcBt Uth. 247
FOK SALK Uarloy; also baled bar
ley straw, Phono 732-J2. 255
HKLP WANTKO Mnlo or Female
WANTKI) Kxporloncod man and
wlfo for orchard work and gen
eral farming; In reply stnta how
many years exporlcnco you havo
had; how many In your family,
nnd give names of retoronccn by
whom you hnvo boon formerly em
ployed. A. U Mall Tribune
WANTKI)--Washing, ironing or gen
eral work. Phono 344-Y. 247
NVANTCIVvooTr cutters to cut
stumpage; can pay stuinpago In
wood. II. Luut, Talon t. 218
WANTKI) Llvo poultry; will pay
13c por pound for heavy lions; lie
for light hens; 13c for spring
chickens. Medford Poultry & Kgg
Co., Phono 583. 247
WANTKI)--Women lot iih holp you
uinkn money selling gunrantood
hosiery to wear; full or part tlmo;
big profits;' oxporlunco unnecca
tary. Address, International Mills,
llox 122, Norrlstown, Pa.
?- --j rs-- -iaol. j r 1
SIONKV TO LOAN
TO LOAN $1000 on Improved ranch
Holmes tho lusiiranco Man,
TO LOAN -$t0()0 tn loan.
4015 M. F. & II. Illdg.
LOST Two fcmiilo Aberdeen tor
rlurs belonging to Ceo. 1). Carpen
ter. Finder please notify F. An
derson, Phono G11-K2.
LOST Small blnck coin purso con
taining change, stumps nud key.
Finder return to Mall Tribune of
flco. STK A YlTlJ T' bit ""sfoiTKN Hrown
mure, weight about 1200 lbs., ugu
eight years; braudod J on loft
shoulder, scar on hip. Anyone
knowing where sho is pleasu notify
Koguu Itlvor Kunch, Trail, Oregon,
and recolvo reward. 248
':':':;;:,:,',?::r - : -i-1.-; ;'1..Ij''j..
LAIIKR AUTO SPRING CO. We
nro operating tho largest, oldest
nnd best equipped plant in tho Pa
cific northwest. Use our Bprlngs
when others fail. Sold under guar
antee. 2G North FUtoonth St.,
GKO. W. CIIKKKY Attornoy.. anrl
.Nntnry, Koom 9, Jackson County
Hank Hulldlng, entranco N. Cen
tral, Medford, Oro.
POKTKK J. NKFF, WM. P. MRALBY
Attorneys-at-Lnw, Hoonis & md
9, Medford National Hank bids.
A. K. KKAMKS, LAWVKK GarnotU
a. M. KOUKKTS Lawyor.
Medford National llank Dulldlng.
nr."wiL vXn scoYod '
DK. C. C. VAN SCOYOO
Gnrnott-Coroy Illdg., ulto 310
Mcdtoro, Oro. Phono 850.
Collections nnd ltcnorta
COLLECTIONS AND RKPOKT8 W
collected somo accounts 14 years
old. Wo know how to get the
money. Tho Uunoclc Mercantile
Agency, Inc., Hoonis 1, 2, 3, Haa
klns' Uldg., 21C K. Main t
Knglnccr nnd Contractor
FKHD N. CUMMINGS Snglncer anrj
contractor, 404 M. F. & II. Uldg.
Burvcys,, estimates, Irrigation
drnlnngo, orchard and land Im
GAKnAOK Got your premise
cleaned up for tho summer. Call
on tho city garbngo wrignns for
good sorvlco. Phono 274-L. F,
Instruction In Music
HAIGIIT MUSIC 8TUDIO Room
401, Garnett-Coroy bldg. Fred Al
ton lialght. piano; Mrs. Florence
Hnlllday Halght, voice. Phone
Physicians nnd Surgeons
DK."f. a." CAKLOW, DILEVA
MAINS CAKLOW Osteopathia
physicians, 410-417 Oarnott-Corey
bldg., phono 103C-L. Residence
20 South Laurel st.
DK. W. W. 1JOWAKI) Ostcopathto
physician, 303 Oarnott-Corey
building. Phono 130.
DK. J. J. KMMKNH Physician and
surgeon. Fractlco limited to eye,
ear, noso nud throat. Kyes scien
tifically tested nnd glasses sup
plied. Oculist and Aurlst ror S. P.
II. It. Co. Offices M. F. & H. Co.
bldg., opposlto P. O. Phono CC7.
DR. It. W. CLANCY Physician nnd
surgeon Phones, offlco 3C, resi
dence 724-.I, Offlco hours, 10 to
12. 2 to C.
DK. MARTIN C. 1IARI1KK Physl
clan and surgeon. Offlco Palm
block, opposite Nash hotel. Hours
10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phono 110-J.
T. G. 1IK1NK, M. 1). Kyo, Ear.
Nose nnd Throat. Headaches and
nervous conditions relieved by
proporly flttod glasses. Cross eyes
straightened. Offlco 228 K. Main
st., phono 303, Consultation free,
GORDON MAC CRACKKN, M. D! i
Ilnmonpntlilc Physician, Surgeon,
228 Kast Main St- Medford, Ore
gon. Office phono 142, residence
Phono 732-112. Offlco hours 1 to
4 p. in.
Public Stenographer '
HKKUKRT ' j". nKKKIAN Stcnogra?
pher, room 29, Jackson County
Hank Kids. Dictation takou any
placo uny tlmo by tho only Steno
typo operator in Southern Oro. Of
flco phono 515. Rec. 275-J.
Printers uml Publishers
MKDFOKD PRINTING CO., has the
best equipped printing offlco In
southern Oregon; book binding,
looso loaf lodgers, billing systems,
etc. Portland prices, 27 North
8IN0KR SKWINO MACHINKS FOR
SALK OR JtKNT Some used ma
chines nlso for sale. Haldwlq pi
anos for islo, from factory to you,
direct C. A. Chapman, at Medford
Furnituro and Hardware store,
Rosldeuco 375 So. Central. Phone
KAIja'KANSFKK & STORAOH CO.
-"Office 42 North Front st. Phoat
SIR- Prices tight. Service guaranteed