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TRIBUNE, MEDFOUI). OI?K0ONT. FRIDAY, .TANTARY 11, 1010
Tin firl curluml it f'hcrilct ears
will arrive in Med fold about Juiitinry
IS. The Chevrolet i the mot talked
or car in the 1'nited Static today, u
it in tlit ftt-Ht lufll automobile to sell
for no low a privt a $41,10 f. o. b.
Owing to tliu groat demand for tlio
Chevrolet iiiot of the fnotor.v out
put hn been wold in tln enst mid
lniiltlllu wot. Now that they have
four fneturie running, they will be
nblc lo supply tliu demand. Mole
tlinn two hundred thoun1id cium will
be tunii'd for tint season of 1U10.
Tin (Thuvrolel .Motor Co. Iiiih ab
sorbed the denui-ul Motor Co. and
incronM'd their utoek to $80,000,000.
The Chevrolet in tliu only muull car
manufactured with ules ovetlioad,
with unlimited power mid the great
ct hill climber of nil four-cylinder
curs In fuel, it in very doubtful if
ntiy our of any iimko will outelimb the
Chevrolet over mountain road,
The Chevrolet is an cany ear to
handle, with njieed a high ns fifty
fie niileh per hour. An us'-ciubling
plant is being creeled til Oakland,
('ill. rimrliiH K. Young and Seely
Hall aro dibtributors for Jackson
county, with temporary headqunr
lei" at the Crater Lake Motor com
pany's garage, where demonstrations
are given daily.
A Mib-ngenev til-o will be estab
lished at Ashland.
WASHINGTON, .Ian. U. - Depart -tiient
of agriculttiic chemists tuu e
niuitiing hiiniples of new foods troni
auimiil bone and blood invented since
the Avar begun by a German scientist
al Cologne. Iloxivau is the name
given t' e blood food.
The Washington ministry of trade
and industry in iiie-digutiug the sci
entist's claims- that he has developed
iiuiii'isltmg toods. Samples of the
food were --cut to the Tinted States
consul in Ucrmauv.
DCLITII. Mum., dan. II. All the
larger mining eninpunie- operating n
Minuertota and Michigan iron ranges
huve niinotinced an approximately 10
Kr eel increase lor all miiicts, ef
fective February 1. The increase
will nffoet about 22,000 employes of
the railed State Steel eorporatynu
Great Northern Uie company and
AJilaud (amp, No- -H, Woodmen
ol the Wolld, uisl.illed llie lollowing
(tl'tlccl's url, ill the week. Deputy I).
J. IVakey inducting the newly elect
into effice: Consul eonmiuudcr, (). K.
Dcibeil; adviser lieutenant, II. K.
Kwei'i bunker. J. 1'. ltoelio; clerk, J.
It. Wick; CM'oit, .1. W. Wiley; wutch
HMti, C. I'. Sums; sentinel. I. L.
ltlttfU. Dr. G. W. Gregg i cump
Ih,vsiciun and Kev. I1. K llumimmd,
W A. Ribhy and T. K. Molton, mntiug
op. Although the Women of Wood
eralt did uol Join ill the im-tallntiiui
lewiMi'N they ' indent at tho
Micial teimiou which followed, re-frei-hwienU
being Mfived. In connec
tion with an iutM eating program, the
SUkiyou quartet and a number ol
Hloihts pnrticiputcd. The camp mm
hm tvr I0U biiefn-iai0 mwiibcrs,
and luct'U J lie e-oiid uud toiirth
ilooduy filings ol the nioiilh in Oddi
l'uvkoitgciv to Sua l'imicico uic
iHr Manured thai tli0 duMt roiitu i
nyuiu cluar vin the lletiH-m and I'ort
Cotn ferrv cut-off, instead of the
detour sroflktd by Stockton which
was the rule for a hue I lime, due
to toim coudition- throughout !
tral CnUfuntio, which oeiusionally
iuitrfrei with the terrv inice.
Stoi-kweM fiXMti the KUilinth '
tii)H intriMK hire reiwrt thtit b
ASHLAND Ai UNITY
orfwlnl onlorb nil dg within rn-4f?lulC
(Ua of im uiikw from Blv must be i, in? td.
muixlfd, owing o the epidemic of
mbie. Coyotes bite the d and
tlwy in turn snap at the IneMock.
Tb uuldei the wetlui (he more gan
r nil u round. iuhiuo h a -old and
hmiKr drive the rabid mid animals
to prey uwn the dome-in- one.
Ttw Aiblnd public libian hu on
its hlv filWa ilunu. .n uddiliuo
of 0:11 duriae the ial eui. In ll
the ciruUilivn ; -t'J.I.'ii Iiiii
llceuK' were Jj-VJ.iU. uud eijmdi-
turei $'27bil.:i8, leaving n balance on
liflitd of $"".".81. Of lU ruvenuen tho
city tux y yielded .fJ37:i.7.i. Oxer
mixty iiowipaperK and periodienN aio
iMirrenllv received. A indieating the
literar- taste or it patron, ndult
nun-fiction icprweiits the largest
gam of any els. I.xdim are repre
sented ovcrwbolminnly on tho library
directorate, of whieh .Mm. Mnriottn
Mulit is prcwidont and .Mm. .Mao Nor
dic secretary. Other d'octorn nro':
V. K. WntKon ami rwdamos Anna
Carter, KliMbeth Van Snnt, Kdith
.Monre, .Mary Niu, Margnret Ware,
.Minnie MvAlliptur. Miss Ultiueho K.
1 licks i Hbrnrinii, with MiH Minnie
Ashland Klk who have iiwpeelod
the new tomple of the order at Klam
ath Kails pronounce it in keeping with
tliu traditions of the craft that "tho
bust is none too good." The Ntnie
tnru and lot will cost $10,000, and
completely furnished, probnbly $10,-
000 more. It is of two stones, bo
sides commodious basement, in which
are two bowling alleys and athletic
gym. The heating plant is patterned
after that of tho Ashhiud high
buhool, inasmuch as crude oil will
be used for fuel.
Joe Choatc, S. P. tariff export, litis
been a recent visitor at Portland, an
is witnessed bv his registration tliu
current week at the Multnomah.
Kunural survicc of the Into ('tunics
S. Davis were held on Wednesday af
ternoon at the Tozcr home on Laiuol
street, conducted by Pastor Douglass
of the Methodist church. The de
ceased was afiiliated with (tie Ited
men, Modem Woodmen and Odd Fol
lows of Horton, Kan., an escort from
the latter order followed his i cumins
to their Inst testing place in llarga
II. S. Pnltuorlec of the postoffice
force has been in Long Heauh, Cat.,
of late, called there by the illness and
death of his mother.
Hardy Camp, No. (Kiltf, Modem
Woodmen, install officers on Friday
evening, January 1 1. As outlined
some time ago, (lie event will be fol
lowed by an oyster supper, to which
members and their wives nro invited
.Meet in Memorial hall.
The family of G. W. Scott, origin
ally from Oklahoma, and who have
been occupying the former Colboume
place on North Main street, left for
Portland this week, to which city .Mr.
Scott preceded tlieiu. They disposed
of thoir property interests here.
II. G. Ijidets left Weduusday even
ing for southern California, where ho
will meet Mis Kuders, who has been
in Missouri since last September, is
iting reluio, and they will remain
in the vicinity of San Diugo until
uu.xt March before ictuming hjnue.
Picsidcnt P. J. Campbell of the
State university at Kugeno, was in
Ashland on Wednesday, lot inning
home Irom a huiucss ami pleasure
trip to California.
D. J. Donkey of Portlnnd, field
worker for tliu Woodmen of tin
World, lett for the north tlty week,
after having thoroughly canvassed
tliu. territory in behalf of the local
organixatiou. The hcHd.oHinp W. O.
W. 1ms among iU aonels over $100,
000 of Ashland' municipal securi
ties. Three more voting ptcoincts Imvu
been added lo Ashland piocinct, tho
number being II instead of (i as for
merly. The increase is ostensibly
made on account of national, statu
and county eicctinuh, MiinieiiwI re
quirements will manage to get along
with (litre iHilliug pbiccs,as hctcJo-
ftirc. oiicoiii each wuid.
ln lino with
the new Assignment registrations
mnv be made at the folftujug place;
ItoiilcMinl, Last Main and southimst
AsliTulud, C. I. Doomis' store ; Knst
Central and Hast Ashland, J. A.
I.emcry'i. luw office; West Central
and Northwest Ashland, Allen &
Phip)torclly office; Ouk street and
North Ashland, G. F. Ilillingi,' lealty
ot'ticc. I la i ion and Dulluiew iru
oiucts muy wlo register at the Hill
ings office. e
Jack True, fur these many cnrs
loud Mtcrw-ur in district No. 1, has
been reappointed to look utter tliu
highways thiouuhout this territory.
The pink board proper expended
$JH7.".0h during the past xcar for
uikccp and improvement Ot tHis
GET RID OF
? TAKE S. S. S.
Fifty Years' Use Proves S. S. S.
Will Relieve Stubborn Cases.
You h MOllcnl thr HttU frliir
plHH) n h ' H'' ho,1 -swilina
of the jla orrH In the l 'l
urui hiusIm Th" ,h WP0"
o( Hcroful Vuu BS ha of
tb uiln. poKl lb Ulnt "f
fuia miecuuB. -- -,-"i
nxvnua runHiiian. A""' "
IB. Iiapur. antferou-ian ,7- '
hopr l Im prr. I neiimi u-n '"
liuuurlll ! UrA fiom thsi
m9 miul " brullli If "' want
li Imii I I'MOM lrlls. Ih. slu of
urwt balth. biUht . tleui kln.
Kl kouilliH tbMt ..u n arfll. you
.-un ilu to ruan vour muou u
--- -7 " l ..I. .a., 1.. lair
I itf vuur ... .-
Inn "r "" r ". "
lha taadarii blood
H ..,,. -- --TV ,
Oft II at sui drug-
II u. Ilr.-ii . ISI H'i I "'HI "
tjwlV tlpavtlts, v.u, AU. -
ranawlna IU itr.iiftli and .tlniuUiin
Si lm o thai th bfood raaalmj tt
MX ' ItalltV. and throwa off ha Witaon
Kvan laiK-standlnii ilnl Hut
."'!:-? .T.Z X a Tak t fir all
a. mi aaaiaaaa. wa-v
sum .472P-74 was required for pamg
and sidewalk netmcnK Following
pieceiit established b citv council
mid Commercial club, the board do
nated $510 to the band. Tliu report as
tHihlintiPd ilocs not give tho receipts
of the bon id, only the dMnirscment.
Mr. and Mrs. lrn Shoudy havo re
turned from a visit with relative in
Southern Cnlifonilu, their extended
stay having boon mainly nt Pacific
A stalifincut of tliu Find National
bank, Ducuinber :il. 1U1, shows
$717,0:10.00 ronouieew and liabilities
icspuetivolVk l.ouiirt and discounts
were nearly $300,0(10, and deposit
Tho Woven o'Clouk club will gie
the second dunce in its half-doxen
series at Moosu hall, Friday evening,
December 14. Inasmuch us this is
liwp your, the ladies will have charge
of all arrangements. Upon the gents
will dovolxe tliu matter of policing
thebaiiipict hall and kitchen annex to
prownl repetition of tho acts of
vandalism committed by hoodlums at
the club's initial paity somu tune ago.
Kvorybuily Is out ulolghrlding thctto
A. T. Iloothby Ih on tho sick list.
A. Albright mndo a trip out near
Knglo 'Point Tucsdny for gin'n.
There will he n dnuco at the Trail
hall Saturday night, Fcbrunry 12.
Good music will be furnished and n
good tluio guarnnloed everybody.
.1, L. Hug.Hdnle mndo a btntlucHH
trip to tho valley Tuesday.
.Mr and Mrs. A. Ayrea returned to
Kngle Point Tuesda after a abort
visit on Elk creek.
Kportod by Jackton County Ab
tract Co., Stxth and Fir 8ti.
Ittvil l.'stntc Ti-aiisrcrs
J. A. Perry et al to I.ella Ood-
lovc, land In Perry sub. J 1000.00
Lincoln Gray et tix to Tom Ho-
shong, land In .1 & 4-38.1 W 10.0Q
i:ila Hoskln ot vlr to Port A.
Dougherty et ux, pt. 233S.
Chester Wolturs to Amanda O.
"Wolters. lund In Talent 1.00
W. C. Mooru et ux to V. J.
Kmerlclc, hind In Hnoch
Walker Hub 1.00
Pert A. DoiiKhurty et ux to
Kiln HoskltiM, pt lot 11 Oak
Grove tract 10.00
'RE BILIOUS! LEI
Don't Stay Headachy, Constipated,
Sick, JVIth Ilivuth Kail nml
Got a 10-ccnt Ijx now.
Vou moil and women who can't got
feollux rlKhl- hn li.ivoliondacht),
coated tongue, had taste and foul
broath, dlHlnoaa, can'tilcop, nro Idl
loua, norvoua nud iiiot, hnthorod
with a sick, gaauy, dlsonlored stom
ach, or b.ivo a bad cold.
Aro Mill keoplng your bowels clonn
with Caoaiutae or moroK- torcliig a
pasaiiKoway ovory row days with
suits, cathartic ptlla or castor oil?
CnscaroU work- whllo you sloup;
clou no tho atomiujli, romovo tho sour,
undigested, formontlSn; food and foul
gusoa;juko thoxcew bllo fiom tho
llvtirjand carry out ot tho systcnijall
tho coustlpatod waste and pujson In
tho bowola. 0
A Cs scare! tonight Mill straltihtoj
you out by morning a lOcont box
from0 any drug store will keep your
stomach sweot, llvoteund bowola iug
ttlar, tho bend cluar for months. Don't
forgot the cblldiou. Thoy lovo Ctia
carets because tho tusto good--nov-r
Krlpe or sicken -Adv
Final Reductions on Millinery
Trimmed Hats, values to fj QQ
$17.50, now tfj4:.:70
Others at 1.98, $2.98 and . . $3.98
Untrimmed Shapes in Velvet Goods
Sailor Blocks, values to $3.50, now 98c
Velvet, Velvet and Silk, Velvet and
Kid combination shapes, values to -$6.50,
Children':; Hats, your choice 98c
and Keep It Up
Get In the habit of drinking
gtatt of hot water beforo
Wo'ro not hero lone, so lot'a mnko
our Btny nRrcoalilc. Lot un llvo well,
cat well, digest well, work well, ulcop
well, and look well, what a glorious
condition to attain, and yet, how very
ony It In If ono will only adopt tho
morning Insldo lwth.
Folks who nro ncouRtomcd to fcol
dull nud heavy when thoy nrlno, split
ting headache, stufty from n cold, foul
tongue, nasty breath, acid stomach,
can, instead, feci ns fresh as a daisy
by opening tho sluices of tlioVyatmu
each morning ami Hushing out tho
wholo of tho internal poisonous stag
Evoryono, whether ailing, Blck or
well, Bhould, each mornlag, boforo
breakfast, drink n glass of real hot
water with a tcaspoouful of llmcstono
phosphato in It to wash from tho
stomach, liver and bowels tho provlous
tlay'a iudlgosttblo w'asto, sour bllo
and poisonous toxins; thus cleansing,
Bwcctcnlng and purlfylug tho cntlro
alimentary canal beforo putting moro
food Into tho stomach. Tho action of
hot water and llmcstono phosphato on
an empty atonmch Is wonderfully ln
vlgoratlng. It cleans out all tho sour
formentntlons, gases, wnsto anil
acidity and gives ono n splendid
appctlto for breakfast. While you aro
enjoying your broakfast tho water
nml phosphato Is quietly extracting
n largo volumo of wator from tlio
blood and Retting ready for a
thorough flushing of nil tho Insldo
Tlio millions of peoplo who nro
bothered with constipation, bilious
spells. stomAcli troublo; others who
liavo sallow skins, blood disorders and
sickly complexions nro urged to got n
quarter pound of llmcstono phosphato
from tho drug store This will cost
very little, but Is Biiulclcut tp mako
nhyono a pronounced crank on tho
siibjodt of Inside-bathing beforo break
fast f . . . j ' -in
HOAHD-'-Tablc board $4 per week,
Mrs. W. T. York, 11 Laurel Ht.
! FOU UKNT KUltmnMKll HOOMH
FOU HUNT Furnished and unfur
nished modern looms. Inquire 731
West 2nd street. 25C
FOR HUNT Furnished rooms.
FOU UKNT nOUHIM
FOlt UKNT 3-room modern apart
ment, 141 South Central, Phono
FOU UKNT Modern six-room house.
Phono 537-V. 252
FOU HUNT Modern bungnlow, 6
rooms and bath; garage, nicely fur
nlshcd; good neighborhood. Jas.
Campbell, Phono 311-U. 252
FOU UKNT Furnlshod, nttrnctlvo
(Ivo-ryom bungalow on paved si ,
Htrlotly modern, electric heat, elec
tric runKo. Alan llrucktnrcod,
phono 337, or Motol Holland.
Fffll UKNT Colonol Sargonfa res
idence on Oakdale nve., tolophono
owner nt Jacksonville, or Inqulro
of II. II. Nye or Uoy 11. Peoblon nt
FOU UKNT First class 0-room mod
ern buiteatow; rn'igo counectod;
garngo. Tel. I88X.
FOU BAfiK MlntTHIjIiAnUODB
FOU SAMS- Fitrnlliiio.
1117 W. Main St.
F. V. Allen.
FOU fSAMS- ltfi Ford touring car
in A-l condition; fully equipped;
nil now tire- ilox No. G5, Medlord
Mali Trlbuiia. 255
FOU SAI.K Old Trusty incubator
and brooder. 30f. King streot. 2R2
FOU SAMS I'lvo passenger auto,
perfect condition; six good tiros;
olootrlc lights; very ehoap. Ad-
diHBS llo II. MaHTrlbuno.
TOR SAMS Harloy; inso bauTiTbar-
loy straw. I'hono 78H-J. 2B
FOR SAI.K Mammoth llroiuo tur-
kflys for hn-edlUK; hens $2 50;
toniti $3.50, ot (llffcront strains.
J. C. Horrliiau Central Point, Oro
FOU SA MS- 10 foot prMCtioall) now
'WiilriiH' u.iftii ffillnfnln iiiimI tk.'.O
o... ' ., "V.i . i. 7i. . -.
Attractive proposition If
once. I'm x son Drug Co
r5ll SAM-: Smudge pots, 3 Kallon
"Cuneos" niioilt C0U Apply Uoy
Ashpole. Kule I'olnt HOS
IOU ItK.NT Pl'ltMSIIDD AITH.
FOR HUNT- Three furnished house
keeping rooms, ground floor. 220
South drape 252
von HAf.iv itBAb iwtat
FOlt 8AI.K- Or trade, t.1.3 ncres of
trrlgatud land at Orlaud. Califor
nia. Addresa It I , llox 10U, Med
ford. Orecott. 253
FOlt SAIdJ Team and harness; In
cubator, brooder, green bono mill,
child's bod; many other things.
1211 West 10th street. 253
FOlt SAl.li Pedigreed Toland China
pig, m months old; como see
them. Kd Judy, Orlffla Creek.
Phono 1U1-H. 252
FOlt 8AI.H Holfur 0 months
15. Phono 597-112.
FOlt SAMS Stock hogs nt a bar
gain. Wrlto M. O. Powers, Tnlont,
FOlt HAKE Or trade, registered A.
J. C. C. Jerseys, ono cow and ono
bull dropped Fob. 23, 1915. John
II. Hair, Ilogue Itlver, Oro. 274
FOU SMAl Team of nuilos, weight
900 lbs. each, ti year olds, $225. O.
FOU 3ALK lied Polled
calf. 51G .V. Uartlett.
FOlt SALR A finn fresh Jersey
cow. W. V. Itnnnini, It. F. D.
No. i, Hox 75. Phono 103-J1. 252
WANTKD-Second" hand furniture;
must bo first clnsH. Address C.
T euro Mall Tribune 233
WANTKD- We hnvo orders for ull
kinds of pulletH, cockcrulu and hcnH
for breeding purposes; demnud
greater than over. Send list what
you hnvo to offer. Mcdford Poul
try and Krr Co. 2S
WANTKI) Maternity cases at homo;
everything furnished for $20 per
week Mrs. A. I). Llttlo, 30 N.
ANTi.I) -To buy ot owner, 5-norcs
near Mcdford; must bo good frc
soil; $50 down and $100 per yonr
with Interest: give location and
price. Addrosa C. C, Mall Tribune.
WANTED Women lot us hNdp you
inuko money selling guaranteed
hosiery to wear; full or part tlmo;
big profits; experience unnercs
sary. Address, Internntlounl Mills,
llox 122, Norrlstown, Ptu
MONEV TO LOAN
TO LOAN $1000 on Improved ranch
IIolmoH tho Insurauco Man,
FOlt 1CNCKANOK Improved quar
ter, middle west, for small ranch
city property or established busi
ness hero, Urant Allder, Medford,
Oregon. 25 1
FOU KXCHANGK 80 acres clear of
mortgage $1200, for homo and
garden ground. Clark Realty Co.,
20C Phlppn Hide-
SINOER 8KWINCJ MACIIINBS FOR
SALIC OR UKNT Somo tisod ma
chines alro for sale Cleaning and
repairing C A Chapman, at Mod.
ford Furniture & Hardware store.
Residence 375 So. Central. Phoni
BUSINESS AND MAKING
Present ownor, on account of
business interests elsewhere,
will sell lor 25 per cent less
than actual value.
Bennett Investment Co.
1 hae Ihroo hundred twenty acre
of fine timber land in Douglas Co.,
six million feel' of saw timber, clonn
to Pacific highway, a really fine
proKMdllou, that tho owner will ox
change for a kooiI home In Medford.
A good rostdunco and general Htock
of goods In u Willamette valley city
to oxcliaiigo for a good dairy, grain
and kiock ranch. Value $25,000.
Home flun buys In ranch nud city
proper!) hero In tho valley.
G. D. HOON
Room 10, Jarkaou County Itank Hid.
IT IH YOPR IIUHlMtSS TO SKH SIE
Because my stocn iu trudo Is to
have dptloned at the lowest caib
price tho boat buy In this county.
I have been on tne ground look.
Ing out for you for tho past fire
years. Nearly evorydsy I have In
vestigated some "good thing." I have
eliminated everything except those
deals which I am convinced will -euro
me satisfied customer.
In a fow hours time I can give you
tbe benefit o( this research- It Is my
business to show you over tho county
and introduce you to the possibilities
and opportunities her. 8e Med
ford first and
J. C. BARNES
U VY. Ui tHrwt
LAIlfCIl AUTO SPRING CO.Wt
nro operating the largest, oldral
and best equipped plant In the Pa
cific northwest. Ua our spring!
when others fall. Sold under guar
antee. 20 North Fifteenth Bt
GEO. V. CUKRnY Attorney., and
Notary, Hoorn 8, Jnakson Count)
Unuk llulldlng. ontranco N. Cen
tral, Mcdford, Oro.
PORTKU J. NHFF, WM. P. MEALHK
Attornoys-nt-Law, Rooms 8 fnd
9, Medford National Hank bldg,
A. H. RKAMKS, LAWYER Oarnott
O. M. ROPBIITS Lawyer.
Mcdford National Dank Oulldthg
Or. W. M. VAN SCOYOO
DR. C. C. VAN SCOYOO
Qnrnctt-Coroy Dldg., ulte Slti
Mcdforu, Oro. Phono (G0.
Collcctotii and Report
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS W
collected some accounts 14 yean
old. Vo know htiw to got tb
money. Tho Buttock Morcantlli
Agency, Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 3, lift
kins' Hldg., 210 E. Main st.
Engineer and Contractor
FRED N. CUMMINOS Snglnoor and
contractor, 404 M, F, & 11. Dldg
Surreys,, estimates, Irrigatloo
draltur.o, orchard and land Im
provement. ii - ii. aiurn.T-'i.'i-'i ' -i: ... n
1 i iii" WWaNa S aa
OARDAOE Got your promliM
cleaned up for the summer. Call
on tho city garbage wagons tot
good service. Phouo 274-L. F
Instruction In Muato
IIAIG1IT MUSIC STUDIO Room
401, Onrnett-Corcy bldg. Fred Al
ton lialght, piano; Mrs. Florence
ilnltldny Haight, volco. Pbonr
a. ., i-. iii . a i,i .i i. a
Pliyslclnns and Surgeons
hh."' F. 6." CARLO W, DR. KVA
MAINS OAR LOW Ostcopnthlt
physlclnnH, 41C-417 Gnrnatt-Coroy
bldg., phono 103G-L. Rcsldouot
20 South Laurel Bt.
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopathic
physician, 303 Onrnott-Coroj
building. Phono 130.
DR. J. J. KMMCNB Physician and
ourgoon. Practlco limited to eye,
ear, noso and throat. Eyes ncioa
tlflcnlly tested and glasses sup
plied. Oculist nnd Aurist tor S. P
It. It. Co. Offices M. V. & II. Co
bldg., opposltd P, O. Phono C67.
DR. R. W. CLANCY-Physician and
surgeon Phones, office 36, real
donco 724-J. Offlco hours, 10 te
12, 2 to 5.
DR. MARTIN O, HARDER Physi
cian and surgeon, Offlco Palm
block, oppostta Nash hotel. Houn
10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phono 110-J.
T. 0. HEINE, M. D. Eye. Ear
Noso and Throat, Headaches and
norvoua conditions relieved bj
proporly fitted glasses. Crosa oyei
Btraightnncd. Offlco 238 12. Main
at., phono 303. Consultation free
GORDON MAC ORACKEN, M. D. .
Homoepnthlc Physician, Surgoon,
228 East Main St-, Mcdford, Ore
gon. Offlco phono 143, residence
phono 732-112. Offlco hour 1 to
4 p. m.
HERTiERT J? HERMAN Stonogra
phor, room 2!), Jncknon County
Hank Uldg. Dictation takon any
placo any tlmo by tho only Stcno
typo operator In Southern Ore. Of
flco phono DlC, Roc, 27C-J.
I'rlntcm ntid l'ubllstiors
MEDFORD PR1NT1NO CO., hna the
best equipped printing offlco in
southern Oregon; hook binding
lonso leaf ledgortt, billing Hyutoms,
etc, Portland prices. 27 Nortb
KARL S. TUMY General Insurauco
office, Pirn, Automobile, Accident,
Liability. Piato Glass, Contract,
and Surety Honda. Excnllcnt com.
panic, good local sorvlco No,
210 Gariiott-Coroy Uldg.
EADH TRANSFER & STOUAOH CO
Offlco 42 Nortb Front Bt. Phons
315. Prlcos right, Sorvlco guar
Wo will pay $2a.00 cusb reward to the part) who will furnish us
with an actual buyur tor the following 160 acre wood and timber
160 aema. lteld IM UI auulji qt Geld HIH. ttfUMftUHl IH
tp 2 milllun feet ww timber and 4000 eorda hardwood. Price
$900.00. (Shw timber ntoatly yollow and sugar plus.)
As an Investment for a wood proposition this ean't bo beat.
BENNETT INVESTMENT GO.
RKAL 1ISTATU LOANS RUN1VLS I.NSUKAKGB
108 Wont Main Strest
HEAVY MEAT EKI
HAVE SLOW KUEVS
Eat lew ment if you feel BnckAcky ot
have bladder troublo Tk
glM ef Sslte.
No msn or woman who cats meal rcgu
Urly can mnkc a. mlstnko by flushing th
kidneys occfliionslly, says a well-known
authority. Meat forms uric acid xvhlch
excites tho kiiHsvs, they becotna ovcr
workeil from tho strain, get sluggish audi
fail to filter tho waste and poinons front
the blood, then wo get sick. Nearly all
rlieumAtlm, headaches, liver trouble,
nervousness, diezlneea, sleeplessness and
urinary disorders como from sluggish
The moment you feel a dull ache In the!
kidneys or your buck hurts or if tho
urlno is cloudy, olTonslve, full of sedl
ment, irregular of passago or attended by
a seoratlon of scalding, stop eating meat
and get about four ounces of Jad)
Salts from any pharmacy t tako a
tnblf spoon fill in a glats ot water beforo
btaklAt and in a few day your kldnnya
will act tine. This famous salts Is nuuta
from the acid ot grape and lemon juice,
combined with lithls, and has been used
for generation to fluoh and stimulate
the kidneys, also to neutralize the acids
In urlno to it nd longer causes Irritation,
thus ending bladder weakness.
.Tad Salts is inexpensive and cannoB
injure t makes a delightful effervescent
Hilda-water drink which everyone
should take bow and then to kcp ths
kidneys clean and nctv6 and tho blood
pur, thereby avoiding serious kidney
0MB SAGE TEA IN
LIFELESS, GRAY HAIR
Look youngl Common garden Sage
and Sulphur darkens so naturally
nobody can tell
Orsmlmother kept her hair beaut fully,
darkened, glowy and abundant w th a.
brew of Sngo Ten and Sulphur. When
ever her hair ell out or took cm Ojat
dull, fivled or streaked anpeoranoe, Ud
iltDple mixture wa applied with won
ilerful effect Dy asking at any drug
store for "Wyeth'a Sure nnd Sulphur
nalr Remedy," you will got a larga
Uttle of thl old-tlma reclr. ready to
uie, for about 60 "nts. ThU almplo
mixture can bo depended upon to retoro
natural color and beauty to tho hair and
U splcndkl for dandrutf, dry, Itchy scalp
and falling hair.
A well-known downtown druggist ay
everybody mm Wyetli's Sago and Sul
phur, because It darkens ao naturally an4
ewnly tliat nobody can tell it haa bcea
applied It'a ao oay to uo. too. You
simply dampen a comb or soft bruU
and draw it through your baJr, taking
one strand at a tlmo. Ry morning tba
crsy hair dlaappoarsj after another appll
cation or two, it 1 restored to Its naUtral
odor and looka glossy, colt and abun
INTERUIUIAN AUTO OAK CO.
Leave Mcdford dally oxcopt Sun
day for ABblnnd, Talent nnd Phoonlx
at 8 a. m., 11:60 n. m., 1:16, 2:30,
3:45 and 5:15 p. in. Also on Sat
urday nt 11:15 p. m. Sundays leave
at 10 a. m., 4 p. m. nnd 9:30 p. in.
Leavo Ashland for Medtord dally
except Sunday nt 0 a. m., 12:50, 2:30,
3:80, 4:45 and C:1C p. m. Sunday
leave Ashland nt 9 a. m., 1:00, 5:00
and 10:30 p. in.
of All Ulmbi
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liltkU. Utry turn itk llivtU SiUu
140 SUKNY GVTSIIE ROOMS
3nt xtqr ikii coru i
lirrc 5t.tA DAY ONE
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