Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1916)
TMOj: sf.Vf v
Freckles and Hi Friends
MKDFonn math 'rnmrxK MFnror?n, oir-.noY muv Mmft . fn;
' mmM by jiMiNY vu ' W Vov wrut. pasts j mf i tu. vS7t377 wWv 1 A'S WMAT -'M ooiit 1
W':M'Jl MA.DDERM A. OOCt La W SaW .-.if I ME WHEN AIN'T , F COUMT FIPTV RPCWts VtJ F f AM ' " S'TTIN ON MlM J
To the Editer:
Will j on kindly publish the lollow
K't An prroncAn dntempnl Inn ap
peared in connection tvtth the re
cent withdrawn! of the Iloguc iMuir
I'nltt nuil Produce awioointinn from
tho Northwestern Fruit Kciuhnnge nn
its selling agent, In thilt it lint wid
that notwithstanding tfiU withdmwril
it would be bobbin to uie the sorv
ices of tlu Xorthwpstpni Fruit Kx
ehnngp in other than an pxulusmt
r manner. In this connection I wish
to wtntn Hint however much I would
llkn to see the oxohnngo serve tho us
hocintion, it pan only do 10 in fair
news to both tho nsoPinttou anil it
self, by having mi exclusive arrange-
wont. Any partial usp only of its
services would i-psult in confusion,
with Borious results to all concerned.
As I personally, however, find it
iippisniy, n a fruitgrower, to hpII
my fniit through a dependable and
comprehensive method of marketing
and distribution, 1 naturally will hnvp
to make my connection direct with
the Northwestern Fruit F.xehunpp for
this purpose, and any other growers
in tho valley in like position and
wishing to do the same, are perlcctly
free to do so, an it is naturally their
.privilege, under the eircuiiistauees. In
otlier WOl-ds. the hci-vicot iif llio
S'orlhwestein Fruit Kxelninge, to
tliosp in thu valley who desire them,
arc still available, as any other
course would be unfair to the other
shipping organization affiliated with
the exchange, and to those interested
.in earr.iing out this urobilin to 1111
lillinmte solution. The exchange
doe not expect this your to actually
solicit this busiuesH, but will be will
ing to co-operate with glowers vvho
want its services as above outlined.
Trusting that this is not ashing
too much of your good self, and with
the sincere hope that you will be able
to give me this space, which will be
wry much appreciated, 1 beg to re
main, very tiulv vonis,
KF.OlN'Aij') H. J-AKSGXS,
President Northwestern Fruit F.x-
Seal tic, March 1.
GERIG EXPERT IN
Tho Albany, N. Y., Knickerbocker
I'ress contains an account of tho suit
in proKrest) of trial of tho Kcrbuughj
Co., barge canal contractors, ugulust
the state of New York, for clnlniK of
tl-S,000. The suit Is to dcturmlun
tho responsibility for disastrous
breaks in the Krlo canal In 1912 noar
Among tho experts summoned by
tho state Is Wm. Cierlg. of Medford,
former eijBlneer and manoRer of tho
Pacific and Kastorn, Frank II. Mult
by and Joseph Klpley, who designed
and constructed the bridge canal
structures of tho Panama oanal. John
F. Stevens, formerly In charge of tho
1'auania canal, und builder of the
Oregon Trunk and V. & K., for the
11111 systems In Oregon loads the en
Kippering struggle for the claimant.
SELECT THE SETTINGS
FROM WINTER LAYERS
Inasmuch .'is (ho matin'' season iv.
now nt hand, every render who bc
liees in better breeding v. ill undoubt
edly be interested in the following
IMirugraph taken from the ,laiiuarv
teport of the notional la.ing contest
at Mountuiu (itovc. M.,: A inistaKe
often made is to set the first hen to
go broody in the spring. The best
lieu on any fa mi is the hen which
Iy iluriiiB the winter sensou and
Mm U usually the first hen to go
brootlv in the spring. About ihe time
the winter laved -joe- brnodv tho non
winter l.t ver letnn- to product. Hel
tiug tin 'ir ' hiti o ..( broody
"HZ" EASES TIRED,
SORE, SWOLLEN FEET
Instant relief for aching1, puffed-
up, calloused feet and
Why go limping around with aehlng,
putfedup fcV feet eo tired, cltsfid,
tore sad swellea you ran hardly get
your elioe on or offt Why don't you
gt 9-cut box or 'Tin1' from the
diug store now nd gitdiien your tor
"l!" mile your fet glow with com
fort; take down swellings and draw
the sereum ami mletry right out of
feet Uiat caafe, smart and burn. 'TitM
)utantt' itvfMt pain in ear, eslhw
ssd ImaieBi. "Til" i loiloti fer
tlttsl. aahiug, re ft No Mor shoe
tJBltBi no wjre 09; tejturej
on eggs from the flock usually means
thnt tho good winter lever is set on
the non-winter layer's eggs, and as
a result, the good winter layer spends
three weeks incubating the eggs and
peihnps six wecL's brooding the
chicks. The final lesult is that the
good hen ha spent about nine weeks
raising and brooding the chicks fiotn
the poor hen's eggs, while none of her
own eggs have been used for incuba
tion. Reported by Jackson Counlr Alt
tract Co., Hlxth anil Fir HU
M. l, Sohmltt v. The H. It. Pub.
Service Corp., motion and affidavit.
Kstato of CutuerlQN Halla. report
ltcal Kstulc Truiisfci's
Oeorgo C. Garrett t ux to
(Jeo. llrlggs, pt l(i-3C-:iV ...$125.00
P. O. McWittlaniH et ux to
Frances M. .MeWIIllaius, pt
I. W. Thomas to 11. (I. Volney
Dixon, lots 8 am! !i Davis'
Rtib-dlv. or lot 'i, big C Ciullo
wa add. Medford
C. V. Helmes et ux to Hale's
Piano House, 1-.1 Int. In lot
,'t blk 1 Olson add. Medford.
U. S. to Charles Nichols, land
In 22-SH-1W . . Tat,
'QUEEN MOTHER OF
RUMANIA PASSES AWAY jconnvetetl with tho oltice, i.otn cien
. cal nnd outside work.
dlsjwitcJi recelvetl P llouter's Tele-
Hot Water for
Tells why everyone should drink
hot water with phoiphate
In It before breakfast.
Headache of any kind, Is caused by
autointoxication wuich means self'
Liver and bowel poisons
called toxins, sucked Into the blood,
through tho lymph ducts, excite the
heart which pumps tho blood so fast
that It congests In tho smaller artorlos
and vetn3 of tho head producing vio
lent, throbbing pain and distress, called
headache. You become nurvous, de
sjtondent, sick, foverUb and miserable,
your meals bout and almost nauseate
you, Then you resort to acetaullldp,
aspirin or tho bromides which tempor.
arlly rekevo but do not rid tho blood or
theso Irritating toxins.
A glasH or hot water with a teaspoon
ful of Hmestono phosphate In it, drank
beforo breakfast for awhile, will not
oply wasJi these polsonVi from your sys
tem and cure you or headache but will
cleanse, purify and freshen tho entlro
Ask your pharmacist for a quarter
pound of limestone phosphate. It Is In
expensive, harmless us augur, and al
most tastcloss, except ror u sourish
twinge which Is not uupleasaut.
H you aren't feeling your host, ir
tongue Is coated or you wuko up with
bad taste, foul breath or havo colds.
Indigestion, biliousness, constipation
or sour, acid Btomach, begin the phos
phaied hot water euro to rid your
bvstom of toxins and poisons.
Results are quick and It Is claimed
that those who continue to Hush out
be stomach, liver and bowels every
morning never havo any hoadacho or
know a ralsorablo moment
NEW SCHEHl'LU OF PRICES
Twenty per cent lower than pub-
Hear Creek bottom, half In
cultivation $ 82.50
Hoar Creek bottom, all In
Sticky, three-fourths cultivat
ed ... ... .., -ts.ao
Hesert, under ditch 12.50
Commercial Orchard, choice . fi&O.eO
Applegate, irrigated, half In cultiva
tion, iHiprovwl . .. 10.90
SEE ME NOW
J. G. BARNES
102 Wait Main St. Phone 799
gram company by way of Amsterdam tho prohibition art, and the llkpll
safl that tho Quern Mother HlUabcth , ood of having to fomioso many tax
. ,,,,, .,,,,,. .,.., ,,,.,, liens, particularly thosa agaliiHt the
of Uumanla (Carmen Jjla) died SoutlloPn ,,aclflc and Rrant of ni.ftr)y
this inornliiB. j,alf million acros In Jackson county,
r ' ' iomountlni; to about J20U.000.
Indigestion. One package
proves it. 25c at all druggists.
v7..i. r A..s...Pi.t ra.llfoioLi.Oii..!thero Is a real deslro for my cnnill-
...... tt.. ...... ... .tit
Location of prliuliml ptaco of liuul
ness. Sou 1'iauclrico, California.
Notice Is hereby kIvvii that at a
meeting of tho directors held on
Tuesday. February 15. 1!M0, un a
aossnumt (No. 3) or Fittv Cents per
share was levied upon tho capital
stock of the corporation, payable Im
medlatuly to tho secretory, nt tho of
fice, or tho corporation, No. 131
Leidusdorff street, San Francisco,
California. Any stock upon whlrb
thU assessment shall remain unpaid
on Tuesday, Marrh 21, II 10. will bH
delinquent it ml udveitlsed for salo
at public auction, and, unless pay
ment Is -made before, will be sold on
Tuusday. April 11, 111 10, at tho hour
of tli M, to pay tljo delinquent as
sessment, together with tho costs of
ndertlstng mid expenses of sale.
Dated February 15, 1010.
J. C. THOMPSON.
Secretary of California-Oregon Power
Office: No. 131 I.eldesdorff street,
San Frauclsco, California.
I hereby announco my candidacy
for tho nomination for shorlff on tho
republican ticket, to bo voted upon ut
tho coming primaries, May lUth,
l nnvo neiti mo position oi uunuiy
sheriff fof tho past four ears nnd am
thorouKhly familiar with tho duties'
1 feel that I nm competent to hold
, tho position, and It nominated und
nieciou, win Rive me peupiu ut juur,
son county nu efficient und economi
I ulso agree If elected to onforco
Adv. R. V. (Curley) WILSON.
I nm a candidate ror tho nomina
tion of Sheriff on tho republican
ticket to bt voted for at the primaries
May 19, 1910. II' nomlnutcd and
elected I will enforce tho law uiid
give the public an honest, Impartial
and efficient administration.
37 years In Jackson county.
Adv. II. N. LOFLAND.
T ImrMiv nnnnunpn mv pnnilliliicv
for the republican nomination for
snerltr. to no voted on ut mo coming ,"' "' v.,,. .m, n.... uum
primaries. May 10th, 1010. ines.ko ";,,..., , .,
I feel that I need nd Introduction A,lv- J- ' CKO.SKMILLKit.
to tho public, having been a rosldont
or Juckson county for 26 years.
1 pledgo mjself, If elected, to give
an impartial, economical and con
nervatlvo administration or this Im
I have ontlenvor'd to servo the
public faithfully In thu past and
agree, ir elected, to strictly and
lmnartlallv enforce all laws. Hnvlin'
u very large experience iu the mat
ters of taxutlon and knowing Jack
son county thorouKhb. I plodKo my
self to conduct the tax collection
branch of the office In such a manner
as to sorw the taxpayers honestly,
promptly ami efficiently.
Adv. W. T. (iRIUVE.
I am a candidate for re-nloetlon
to tho office of dlstilct attorney.
Adv. E. E. KELLY.
I hereby announce that I have
filed my decimation of Intention to
become a candidate for the repub
lican nomination for the office or
District Attorney for Jackson county,
Oregon, subject to the decision of the
rHpiiblieun party, at the primary elec
tion to bo held May 19, 1910.
Adv. (1. M. HOHKRTS.
I hereby anuounce that I have filed
my declaration of Intention, and that
I am a candidate for the democratic
nomination for the of the or district
attorney, subject to the r.taj primar
ies. If I am nominated and elected
to this ofHco. I promlso not to forxet
ability ndniluUter the affairs of tho
offleo, Iinparttatly, honestly and
without fear or favor.
Adv. NEWTON W. RORDEN
The fttvt of thr year a number of
republican, ImliMllnu many who ap
proved of my efforts In the Interest
of the taxpayers as state representa
tive four years ago, requested me Ut
bwwwiH a candidate for the office of
District Attoraev, Inasmuch as there
would to, io addition to tit regular
dutltw of the criminal and Juvenile
courts, nav dattes and i-oudilltiaa
coiifruotlni the office. Aiiiuuk tbest
uer mentioned the uaforcetitent of
My reply wan that I would become
a candidate If It worn Kiinorally de
Hired and tho rnro could be mnilo
without nsHiimlni; bdcoIuI obltcatlon
to any particular liullvlduat, faction,
locality or interest
Tberoforo. after consultluR peraon- icanilldnto for county Kchool miper
ally or by letter 'several hundred men ,Pmpnt nt ti10 primary election,
and women of nil. occupation.! lMny ID, tairt.
nil nnrtH of the coiintv. bollcvliin
clary, I will bo a candidate for tho
nomination of District Attorney onlorfc und wny plnc whcr() ,t dM;
the republican ticket
Adv. JOHN II
Deputy County TroitRurcr Myrtle
W. Ulakoloy announces bur candidacy
for tho otflco of county treasurer.
I hereby annoiimo in) candidacy
on tho republican ticket .for tho of
fice or county troaaurer, to be voted
oq at tho coming primaries, t have
hold tho position as deputy In this
office for the past year and nm con
fident that I can fulfill the duties
I served two years as deputy conn,
ty recorder before taking tho posi
tion as deputy county treasurer: I
have i also had experience as account-
iini mi Mivi'im nu i'ui imuin, nui'ii nn
the Medford Concreto Construction
I company and Medford ko and Plor-
ku uumpuu). uuiurc inniiiK 'Mi cuiiii.rotiuniic nUmluUtrntlou and will
ty work, and will say that my past 'personally supervise our schools,
record is open for Inspection to the' i i,0u an Oregon ilfo certificate,
voters of Jackson county. nml having recently sptml four son-'
H nominated and elected 1 will run i Moiis on preparatory work, both In
tho orflco wlthoit tho expenso of aiUu. University of Oregon and In tho
deputy and continue to serve tho pub- University of California In tho study
lie Just us efficient In the future RHlof modern education nnd imporvl
I havo In tho past. .slon. and having served tho county
Adv. MYUTU'J W. HI.AKKLHY. us rurul scliool supervisor for two
I hereby announco that I have filed
m.. itnnlti.'flt ttn .At llnnlln.i tt l.ii-
j ; .,. v.. ,i.ti-i....i. iu " -
conio a canuiiinie tor ino repumionn i
nomination for tho nfjlco of county)
treasurer, to bo voted on In the com-
If I nm nominated and elected will
conduct the office In an efficient nnd
Adv. HOY L. MAUMC.
I hereby nnuoitnco that I am u onu
dlduto for tho nomination of county
treasurer for J wesson county, OreHou.
on tho republleHii ticket to bo voted
for ut the primary election to be bold
May TO, 1J10.
I former!) held the office of county
tressuier sml lielbtvo I nitve generat
satisfaction to the public.
During the time I was county treas
urer tho county employed expttit ue
rouutanls to expert the routity offi
cers' books and Mibl experts compli
mented my work veiy highly as u
f IlOmlnutCtl ftUCt ClWlPd I Shall
( ,nlvor to cnntlurt ihc arrntrfi of tli.-
I hereby announco tnut I havo
filed my declaration of Intention to
become a candidate for the republi
can nomination for the office of
county clerk, for Jackson county,
Oreion, subject to the decision of the
republican party at tho primary oloo-
Hon to be held May 19. 19 10
Adv. (Llttlei JOE H. WILSON.
I horeby announce that I have
filed my declaration of Intention to
become a candidate for the republi
can nomination for the office of coun
ty clerk, for Jackson county, subject
to the derision of the republican par
ty, ut the primary election to be held
May 19, 1910.
Adv. A. N. HJLDEIIRANI).
(.. A, (Jitnlui'c s Kopiilillcou fundi
dale for County Clerk
I hereby atinounctt my candidacy
ror the office of county clerk and If
nominated and lccted will loutliiue
to give m entire time ami attention
to the duties thereof, conduct tho
office aceurdliiK to law and Klve an
efficient, economical ami business-1
Adv. fl. A. GARDNER
I herebv annount'o my candldscv
on the republican tleknt for the of
fice of Count v School Superintend
ent ror Jackson county, Oregon, sub- j
"V,,. " ,, ' "r. . .1
JIH.I IU lilt) 1111 UI 1(1,1 IHIJUUHCHII
mury eieetiou May
practical school f-
floleney. barsoasl supervision of tho
schools and elimination or county
Adv. FRAKC18 C. SMITH.
I hereby annoHaco tny candidacy
fer the office nf county assessor of
Jackson county en the republican
ticket, subject to the primary on
Majr 19. I pledge myself to an
ttaaeat. efficient. IisaartUI and eeou
oiolosl Ulseharnfl or the duties of the
office and propose to make all asseaa.
menu uptw the baaU r the true
actual value of the property and at
upoa any inflated vaJunUoa.
Adv. GEOttflK LAl'NSPACH.
I herewith announco my candidacy
for county assessor, subject to tho
decision of tho republican party at
tho primary election to bo hold May
10, 1910. If elected I pledgo mysolf
to niako a just and equitable assess
ment and administer tho nffatrn of
tho oftlco in a busluess-llko manner.
Adv. J. II. COLKMAN.
County Hcliool .SiiiMirliitpiident,
To tho vetera: 1 nm republican
I am for supervision of thn achools
by tho superintendent and for econ
omy In the county superintendent's
not retard tho efficiency of tho
I nm In favor of progressiva educa
tion, that In, education thnt prepares
tho boy or girl for life. I am for all
having n square deal and nu equal
chanco for an education.
If nominated and elected I will
do overy thing In my power to mnkn
tho sohoolti of Jackson county the
best In tho state.
Adv. .. J. HANDY.
1 hereby announco thnt 1 havo
filed my declaration of Intentions,
and that I am n candidate for the re
publican nomination for tho office of
l!nmitv Knlifiiil Hiituirliif .inilottt ,if
ji(clnon county, subject to tho prl-
i manes of .May It)
ir n.nln.it,.,i onii ..iiwii.il t nt.M,..-.
j myself to an honest, Impartial and
years, I feel competent to fill tho of
flw In ti thoroughly satisfactory man-
..a I l...KAl... ....1I..I. II.. i -
, hit tuitl uuii'ii) iuiii;il tin Hlljliuri tu
ovory true fileiul of eilueatlou.
Adv. (5. W. AtlRlt.
- i -r:.- x . .- -r.
I'Olt ItKXT IIOUNKKICKl'lNO
I'OR HUNT Furnished houBokcep
rnoins, 231 Knst btb. Cull after
FOR RENT nOUHKH
FOR RENT -Modern buimalow, live
jZ1: Ca'uM SSf ' iSS WKS
JHiimw ciimiiutiii, i iiono 31 1-R. J9J
FOR RENT -Furnished buiignlow.
ulosi iu. 301 South Central. 291
FOR RENT FURNISHED AIMS.
FOR RENT Apartment for rent.
The lleibon, 10 Quiuo St.
FOR RENT MISUKM.ANEOt'H
FOR RKNTHnnch to rent, two und
half miles from Modfoid; wuter,
buildings and pasture. Phone 0K9-J3.
FOR SALE MlHCr,i,Iii7tE()DH
FOR SALE -Harley-Davltlson motor-!
cycle In perfect condition, cheap.
Inquire .110 North llartlett. 298
FOR KALE MRtdTidT "spring wngoii,
double-seated hack with top, plow
and small disc harrow. H. L. Nob
lit. Capital Hill. Phone 37U-L 290
POR HALK (.ooiiwaKon. Call be
tween K ami ft. Phono HO. Even
ings Nr.f.-.l. 'jU
FOR KALE LltHpClUb sne.1 wheat;
ulvo leetl wheat. Jami'S Campbell.
FOIt ALKNI(u Rruin hu). Imlisl,
$11. Phone &97-R2. 29s
FOR SALK -Plsoo. tw-satMl hack,
two saddles. .1. c. Herring, Vu
liul Point. ili 7
FOR ALI'f-Third crop of aUalfa
A. 14. Hauloy.
FOR SALE CHEAP- -Good hack, slu
glo harness ami hand cart. C11I011
Livery burn. 30u
FOR SALK Haled hay, $10; young
brood sows ) $s each; heifer
calf, 0 mo. old, $la; 100-ogg Incu
bator, $3.fiU; light Hprlitg wagon,
J1S; llronxe turkeys. Mrs. D. M.
MeNaaaer, Central Point. Phono
FOIt SALE -lllilestoue at 20 euU1
per iMund, Ernest Webb, Central
FOK KALE Or trale, one saeoiul
hand auto truek, 1 toe, lu'tsood
eawllllun; will trade ror aaetiMd
hand Ford. Apply to Itox 0.13,
Ashisnd. Ore. 2VX
Oll 9XUK JMru2Ce
leu. MlHiieiHita Ko. IS seed corn.
F. 8. Caarlay, IlrWHboro, Ore.
FOR gAldt -Fafd onu wan tops and
top work sf all duacrllHUm. Med
ford Taat and Awalai Co., 181 N.
Frout, I'houe 7K-R. 29
FOIt SALK -Full blood Poland China
boar, eight months old, cheap. Ja.
Campbell, IMioiiu 3! t-lt. 290
FOR SALKLlght npnii "oMnules,
wagon mid harness, $120.00. James
Campbell, Phone 31I-H. 2!m;
FOR BALK Work "teain, gooT"fTosh,
weigh about lf.OO lbs. euch. For
quick snh $100. Palmer I'lauo
I'lnce. l'hono 870-J.
FOK SALM Team, wagon anil har
ness; horses welHh 1200. 810
1 Taylor st. 2D4
FOIt SAL13 20" horses must bo sold.
See Walsh, nt Union 1. Ivory llnrn,
So. Ulversldo Ave. 207
VOW HALI-l'OULTKY AND IXIOH
FoTTSALl'.- "bneT "tiTrkey gobbler
(brontc), ono llorkshlro boar, two
llerkchlru sows; all young, well
bred stock. J. 11. Webster. Phone
FOIt BALK Hatching eggs, day old
chicks, O. A. C. strain, from trap
Hosted, bred-to-lay S. C. W. Leg
horns; eKit prodiietlon first, but I
uUo havo quality. At So. Oreg.
Poultry Show I won two firsts, onu
second nnd threo speolnls on six
birds oiitored. W J. NYurner, Med
ford. Phono G9G-M. 310
IOU SALK Hkks ror hatching, Sll
ver or (Joldon Caiuplnes from irUo
winning strain. Cull U CoHuko st.
or phono 01C.
FOK SALK lJgga from prho win
ning Huff Orpingtons, $1 per 10;
$0 per hundred. J. f. Shirley,
2S Almond st.
rOIt 8ALK IlKAli rCSTATJS
FO iT.UrPacim Dear "creek
bottom nt Seven Oaks station, flue
hulldliiKS, water rlglit; price nb
ilutoly right. II. S. Plekard, Con
trsl Point. Phono 1 t;i-N2. 20B
jFOIt SALIC Somo of the best slock
riinciuw in jnrKinn rnuniy; emtio
go with the ranches. Como see
what I have. Phono. T. C. Onlues,
Trail, Ore. 1
FOR SALIC (lood stock raunli with
water right; good ranno, nt n bar
gain. Inquire Dux 80, Jacksonville,
.n i '.Prn mound and sov
,,uer,, Bl.H for xumx rulsl
und Hardening. Total prlee $1 1011,
pavahlu $10 cash and bulaiiae
monthly payment. A barKalii.
E. S. Tinny, 210 aarnutt-Corey
HELP WANTED FEMALE
--j- -j'- i"awi mas !
WANTED Woman for genonil
housework. 022 West I th st.
WANTED Mint. -run. A.-Vr.OHh
of stock cows aud helfors. no Jej-
soys. James Cumpbull, Phone 31 t-RJ
WANTED LIstliiKs city mid coun
try property at once. Clark Real
ty Co., 2011 Phlppif bldg. I
WANTED -Will pay -1c lb. for stoek
Iiokh delivered Central Point yards
Saturday. Telephone or see iisi
immediately, central I'ulnt rack
lux Co. 29 1
WANTMD Will iwy 2fic per pound '
fur live Pi oilers weldhlng 1 to l 4
uouuds. Medford Poultry & Ekk
WANTED h(ep botiRht and sold.
Rosenberg Pros., Control Point.
Phone 31 xxx I. 300
-DreHamaklng at homo or
HIS. Central, Phono
WANTED Knitting mill wnnts vvohi
on, full time; salary $16 weekly,
distributing guaranteed hosiery, or
2fi tents an hour spare time; per
manent work; experience unnec
essary. Address Manager luterna.
tlonul Mills, Noiristowu Pa.
'JMHHB AK HPMANITYS IDEAL."
by Rev. J. T. Hnntlerland, ami oth
or Unitarian llteratuie sent freo to
inquirers. Address Alliw HhmA
llurteu. Cei.trul J'oliit. It. F. 1). No.
1. Oregon. Ill
FOR EXCHANGE 319-aoreTstoek
raiieli Itlsho, $u,uuo, elear. ror
ihtich here. Clwrk Itealty Co., 300
"mIiNKY 11) LOAN
TO LOAN $1000 oh Improved ranch
lleWaea the luaurouee Man.
LOtT"BetweJ"irlia3 W- XMh at.
and library, lath's pocket book eOtt
ttUniua kea and Jaaltaou Ceuaiy
Uauk iheekUiHik. 4PUute rataaH
to Tribui offica. SOS
LAHI5U AUTO SPIHNQ
are operating tljo largest, oldest
and best equipped plant In tho Pa
eiric northwest. Uso oifr spring
when others fall. Sold under guar
jntee 2B North Flftnonth St
OKO W CHERRY Attorney, nne
Notary. Room 9, Jackson Count)
Dank Uulldlng, entrance N. Can
tral, Medford, Ore.
POHTKR J. NRFF Attorney at law.
rooniB 8 nnd 9, Medford National
A, K. RBAME8. LAWYBR ClamoU
O. M. ROllRRTS Lawyer.
Medford National Dank Dulldlna.
DR. C. O. VAN SCOYOO
Oarnott-Corcy IJIdg,, ulte 310
Medforo, Ore. Phono 8GC.
Collections nnd Reports
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS We
collected some accounts 14 years
old. Wo know how to got the
money. Tho Uuiiock , Mercantile
Agency. Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 8, Ha
klns' llldi;., 210J2. Main st.
Engineer nnd Contractor
FRED N. CUMMINQS Snglnoor and
contraetor, 104 M. F. &. H. Dldg
Burvdys,, oatlmatCB, Irrigation
drainage, orchard and Isud im
provement. "" T I. I
KARL S. TIJMY Oeneral Insurance
orrice, Fire, Automobllo, Accident,
Liability, pinto ainss, Contract,
and Suroty Ponds. Excellent com
panies, good local service. No.
210 Oarnott-Coroy Illilg.
I in,! rut Hon In Muslo
FREOLTONI L IOI iVrU-aeii" "of
piano und harmony. Composer
und urrnnger of music. Halght
Music Studio, 101 (laruott-Coroy
OARnACB Got your promise
cleaned up for the summor. Call
on the city garbage wagons ror
good service. Phono 274-L, F.
Physicians mid Burgeons
MAINS CARLO W Qstoopathlc
physicians, -110-117 Qarnett-Corey
bldg.. phone 1030-L Residence
26 South Laurel st.
physlolan. 303 Oarnett-Coroj
hulldlng Phone 130.
IR .1 I KM MENS -PhvslidtMi ..J
surHoon Pructlie limited to ok
eur. nose and throat Eyes scion
tttlcully tested and glasses hup
piled. Oculist sml Aurlst for S P
R. R. Co Offlte M F. ft II Co
bldg, opposite p. O. Phone 507
I " W CLANCY PhjsluUn ant
surgeon Phones, office 36, reel
denee 724 J Offlee houro, 10 u
12, 2 to S.
DR. MARTIN 0. RARllHR Phyal
ctan and surgeon. Office Palm
block, opposite Nash butol. Hours
10 to 12, 1 to -1. Phone 110-J.
GORDON MAO CRACKEN, M. D. i
Homoopathlo Physician, Surgeon.
228 East Main St., Medford. Ore
gon. OfHco phono 142, resldonca
phono 732-R2. Office houra 1 to
i p. in.
DR. G. W. STEPHENSON Physlolan
nnd Optician. Calls answered.
E)ea tested; Glasses fitted that
will correct any doroct or vision;
price reasonable. Phono S02-X,
Office at residence for tho presont,
MwHurd, Orogon, HO 3. Holly.
Printers end Publishers
MEDFORD PRINTING CO., has the
host oqulppod prlutlng orflco Id
southern Oregon; book binding
loose leaf ladeen, billing systems,
etc, Portland prices. 27 North
BADS TRANSFER & STORAGUi CO.
OfHco 42 North Front st. Phon
316. Prices right. Sort lee guar
anteed Sewing Machines
SINGKK SUW1NO MAOHINlfS POP
SALB OK ItBNT 4!ame uted iu.
ohinea also for sale, Oleanlng and
repalrlac Italdwln Piano for sale
from factory to euatoiuer Kl
reueu 375 o. Central. Phone 3a0.
. ,iii -