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E AI PARRAL
CAMP OK OKNKHAf, .1. .1 PBK
AMIXG. AT TtIK FHONT. Aiwil 17
(by motor nnd wirele to ('olnmhu",
M.M., April 1). Tht American pur
MtH of Villa i nt a standstill becnnse
of It onprovoked1 attack upon Amor
IfU enrnlrymen bv the insnbordiento
stMier of the Carman larri at
1'arral. At OvMrnl Pershing's head
quartera today tkra seemed mo bn
mecUnte pronpeet of the resumption
of the ehnae, while there were nmner
oua indications that a enntmuation
of tho pnrouit would meet with armed
A small party of American offieern
was fired upon near here Inst night,
none of the Americans lieinic injured.
This, enminir on the heel of other re
)Mirts of miipiujr, in reHHmible for
the belief that the e.editionnrv com
mand in confronted with it serious
A report received lipre from Cnr
jmizh sources that a Villa colonel,
i-aplmed near Cimiliuiriiu'liic, had
promised to lead a ivnrty to a grnvo
in which Villa was said to linvu boon
buried tout Friday, in Hojiurnlly dis
credited by military authorities hero.
ffuport ivntdiiifyr here today from
ratronziHtti amiree-a nid that a eop
atltutloiiulbd foruo engaged a Villa
eommnnd under General Luraiurn.
within a fow mile of this ohmp two
nhjrhtn npo, two Carrnnxiataa and one
Villmtu befog killed. It was a dulnch
inwit of General Lnranirn'a fWe Unit
attacked General l'erxliing's eccort
train near hare Tuesday.
Keportod by Jackson County At
tract Co., Sixth and Fir at.
Win. II llrown vh. Arthur L. Jonos
and Mary I'. Jonos, milt to forocloio
State of Oregon v. F. A. Hyde ot
John W. Cox vs. Onkdulo Land and
Inv. Co., et al, dlimluud on motion.
R. X. Nason A Co. vs. It. L. Ren
nett and lira. Lulu It. Honnett, do
Annie K. Uaker vs. W. P. Hakor,
It. 24. Meatros vs. Ashland Munlul
pal Springs Sanitarium, default, Judg
Geo. Taverner et al vs. Ashland
Municipal Springs Sanitarium, do
fault, Judgment, affidavit.
Delia Nanan vs. I It. Nell, admr.
of Ketate of J. A. Kerwson, order
Henry D. Angle rs. Union Oil Co.
of Cal. et al, deeree.
Xollle Keene and J. M. Keens vs.
J. A. Torney and 1011k. Torney, an
swer. Roy ISIIIott vs. Haael Ifilllott, de
Wm. I. Vawter estate, Inventory
George Cllna estate, order setting
time for final report.
Oeorge Cltne estate, full and final
repert of admlubitrator.
IteMl ISMuto Transfers
Wn, Kelley et ux to W. II.
Hull et uk, lot 7 blk 8 Ken
dall add. Medford $10.00
Mufiis J. Cole to David X. De
ter et ux, pt. 30 and 3 MO-
U. S. to Tobias L. Uakawtler,
PC 10 and 1 1.31-1 W
dm. W. Lance at al to Amelia
44 earner, pt. 17-31-IW QCU
To tho J3to('kboldui of tho Itof;uo
Itlver Pi'iiit V- I'iimIiii-o Ahxii.
iN'otice U hereby given that the
regular annual meeting of the stock
holders ot the KogHe Hirer Krult ft
Produce association for the election
of directors and the transaction of
such other busluevs as may properly
oow before such meeting, will be
held In the public library, Main
street. Medford, Oregon, on the th
day of May, lvl. at 10 o'cloek a.
HOOrE JUVEIt FRl'IT t PKODUCK
A88N. By It. (' Washburn.
A. C. Fiero. Secretun President.
Dated. Medford, Oregon, April th,
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Notice 14 (Viutnuioi's
Healed proposHls, addressed to the
undersigned at Jacksonville OroKon,
and endorsed "Sealed Hid for Re
pairing Itosd," for repairing a countv
road between Medford and Jackson
ville, OroKon, In ncrordnnce with the
plans and speciricatlonH on Illo In the
roiinty surveyor's office, over the
Mmlford National bank liulldliiK,
Medford, Orenon, will ho received
mul 'filed until 10 a. in.. May 12,
1910, and nt that time the county
court will publicly open and read all
Kacb bidder shall bo required to
deposit with his bid five per cent of
the amount of bis bid, which shall I
brf forfeited to tho county In cane
the award Is made to him, and If he
falls, noiflecta or refuses, for a par-
lod of 10 days nftur Hiich award Is
made,1 to enter into n contract and
file his bond In the manner required
by and to thu satisfaction of the
A corporate surety bond will be re
nulled for the faithful performance
of the contract In a sum equal to
-t" 'JP PKvEKG
ono-na.r or me loiai nmoum oi mo. wlthout foar or favor
" bid. .' ' Ia.1v kuivtiin v
The county court xeserves the right
to reject any or all bids, or to ac
copt tho proposal deemed best for
Datod this lsth day of prll. 1916.
a. a. n.Mtn.NEit.
Countj- Clork, JackHonvllle, Ore.
I hereby announce that I have filed
my declaration ot Intention to become
a candldato for the republican nom
ination for the office of representa
tive subjeot to the decision of the re
publican imrty at the coining prlmnry
Adv. C. M. THOMAS.
I am a candldato for the republican
nomination for Joint representative
from the district comprising Doug
las and Jackson counties subject to
the primary In May. If nominated
and elected I will serve the people ot
tho district to thu best of my ability.
Adv. W. H. OORE.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the nomination for representa
tive from Jackson county on the re
publican ticket, subject to the pri
mary on May 19. I pieiige myself for
economy and a square deal for all.
Adv. IIMNTON nOWKKR.
The records of the county clerk at
this time show a saving of $4500.00
in the administration ot this office
as compared with the previous term.
This has been accomplished by trans
acting the aaine amount of business
before grand Juries in one day that
has former!) required five or six
days and by eliminating many petty
matters, and without any sacrifice to
$10 00 roonu, strictly modern,
sleeping ponhes, basement, furnace.
$2&.00 7 room strictly modem
bungalow, garage, West Jackson.
$22.50 7 room strictly modern
bungalow, fireplace, basement, fur
nace, garage. South Newtown.
$21.60 8 room strictly modern
bungalow, large lot. South Oakdale.
$20.00 6 room strietly modern
bungalow, fireplace. North Holly.
$lt.7S 0 room strictly modern
bungalow, fireplace, garage. North
$18.75 I room modern bungalow,
sleeping porches. Sumlt Avenue.
$12.00 6 room strictly modern
bungalow, fireplace, garage. South
$18.01 5 room nmdpra bungalow,
Phono or call at office and we will
Bennett Investment Co.
Heal KaUUe, Loan, HvhUU, InHr
Hiito. 102 V. Mala. Phone 700
wmTFOftn jnrn Tmnrtffi,
(JLjJaJp!' Jt -rms-f jr"
I "wi " v$&$3fl$fc',k 'ittvP
r &N TMC M0VI6S, UOSS OF
tH VlLUAtN NEVEH HAS ANY Riwn vi ' jouuvu
THE H6K0iN SO HE MUST B KILLfiO - mR
HES KILLtSPAUU ENDS WELU AMD fiUi HRO I
NeVBR PlNCtlED FOR MAr4-LAUM"tlIR,ANP-rHG
AUDIENCE N&VBf? Tt)P5 TD TVllNK ABOUT WHO
euRies Trie viu-uain -
OUT IN THE:
law onforcotnent In the county. I
foal that thin savins and my exper
ience 'ontltli me to n socond tonn.
I am therefore a candldato for ro
election to the office ot district attor
ney. IC. 1C. KRLLV.
I ho rob y nnnounco that T have
filed my declaration ot intention to
become n candidate for the repub
lican nomination for the otflco of
District Attorney for Jackson county,
OrnKon. subject to tho decision of the
republican party, nt the primary elec
tion to be bold May 19, 1916.
Adv. U. M. itonrciiTS.
I boroby announro that 1 have fllod
,my declaration of Intentions, and that
I am n candidate for the domocrntlc
nomination for the offlco of district
attornoy, nubjnet to tho May primar
ies. If I mil nominated and elected
to this office, I promise not to forgot
I bo fact that 1 am n public sorvant,
and that 1 will to tho beet of my
ability administer tho affairs of the
office, "Impartially, l,unostly
NHWTON W. nOItDEN
Tho first of the year n numbor of
republicans, Including many who ap
proved of my efforts in the Intorfist
of the taxpajers as state representa
tive four years ago, requestod mo to
become a candldato for the offlco of
District Attorney, Inasmuch as there
would be, In addition to the regular
duties ot the criminal and Juvenile
courts, now dutlee and conditions
confronting the office. Among these
were mentioned the enforcement nt
the prohibition art, and the likeli
hood of having to foreclose many tax
Hens, particularly tbosn against tho
Southern Pacific land grant of nearly
half million acres In Jackson county,
amounting to about $200,000
My reply was that I would bucomo
a candldato if it were gonornlly do
sired and the race could bo made
without assuming sneclal obligation
to any particular individual, faction,
locality or Interest.
Thorefore, after consulting person
ally or by letter several hundred men
and women ot nil occupations In
all parts of tho county, bolloving
there Is a real desire for my candi
dacy. I will be a candidate for the
nomination of District Attorney on
the republloun ticket.
Adv. JOHN H. CARKIN,
I am a candidate for the office of
district attornev on the democrat
ticket. If nominated and elected, I
shall serve Die county as I have
served the City of Medford during
the past three years, during which
Todut it Is ",u seres with extra
good building, und a pumplug plant.
30 acres fine alfalfa, grain or garden
laud. .", seres dund youug pears, close
to school and town. A real snap,
A 10-arre tract, very sightly, close
to Medford. bulldiugs for raising
2000 ihi Kuan Priced wa down.
SO acres Hear Creek bottom,
aerea In cultivation, alfalfa, fruit and
grain, easily Irrigated. Leas than
3 mils from Medford. $Sbu eaih.
One of the bent bays In Jaeksm
oeuniy. gay whan and I will show
J. C. BARNES
102 West Main St
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UF& IS TRtVlAL-
t1.L BUY or
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eWorld wnviouTANyexPGRieNce and
Rt6iT OFF THE BAT HES NPE A CrltEF
EMOIMGCR FOR SOME GQLO Mlr4lMG CO
TIGV NEVER START A A NIGtIT
WXS5CP W( WCVRP or- 3CrCi-CS
tlmo I have boon Its city attornoy.
Adv. B. It. M'CAIIK.
CI. A. Onrdncr li ltepubllran Cnudl-
ilalo i or (ounty Clerk
I boroby nnnouncu my candidacy
for tho otflco of county clerk and It
notnlnnted and oloctod will continue
to give my entire time and nttontlon
to tho dutlOB thereof, conduct tho
offlco nccordlng to law and Klvo nn
otflclont, economical and business
Adv. a. A. aAIlDNRR.
I boroby announco that I have
fllod my declaration of Intention to
become a candldato lor tho republi
can nomination for tho office ot coun
ty clone, for Jackson county, aubjoct
to the doclston of tho republican par
ty, at tho primary election to bo bold
May 19, 1910.
Adv. A. X. HILDUDItAND.
1 horoby nnnounco my candidacy
for tho offlco of county nssossor ot
Jackson county on tho republican
tlckot, subjoct to tho prlmnry on
May 19. I pledgo mysolf to an
honest, efficient. Impartial and econ
omlcnl discharge of tho duties of tho
otflco nnd proposo to make all assess
ments upon tho basis of tho truo
actual value of tho proporty and not
upon any Inflated valuation.
Adv. OUOHOra LAUNSPACII.
I hernwitb announco my candidacy
for county asseasor, subject to tho
decision of the republican party at
the primary election to bo bold .May
19, 1910. If elected 1 pledge mysolf
to make a just and equitable nssoss
inent nnd admlnlslor tho affairs of
tho otflco In a buslnass-llko manner.
AUv. J. D. COLKMAN.
I horoby nnnounco my candidacy
for tho domncratlc nomlnntlon for
tho offlco of assessor of Jackson
county, at tbo primary to bo hold
May 19th, 191G. Ilavo had throo
y oars' experience as deputy nssossor.
Adv. GLINT GALLATIN.
1 boroby announce that I am a
candidate fur county assessor for
Jarkson countv, Oregon, on the re
publican ticket, subject to the pri
maries to be held May 10, 1916. My
platferm: Kcouomy, equality and
efficiency. J. C. IliCllltlNa.
Candidate for county assessor at
republican primary election. May 19,
1916. Three years experience cleri
cal work making up assessment rolls
and extondltiK tax rolls, township 29
nnd 30 North, Range I West, state
of Michigan. Three years assessor
and member or county board of su
pervisors, Olitegp county. Michigan,
Six years deputy assessor In Jackson
county. Oregon If elected, practical
experience, common sense and busi
ness Judgment will be exercised In
making auRessineuts. fictitious,
boom valuations will not be permit
ted. The gresteat possible accuracy
and econoni) In Held and office work
will be rigidly enforced. The most
efficient administration that exper
ience, education and capability can
exact, In every department of tbU
Importaut office, will be effected
fair and courteous treatment extend
ed to all taxpayers. Integrity of
purpose the governing factor. Your
support solicited. W. W. TRUAX.
I hare heretofore formally an
nounced my candidacy for the nomi
nation for sheriff on the republican
tieket to be voted upon at the com
ing primary election, May Id, 1816.
I have held the position of deputy
sheriff during the past four years. It
is unanimously conceded that a mark
et improvement has veen made in
all departments of the sheriff's of
fice during the Incumbency of the
nreeent sheriff, the records la the of
fice at the btglunlug or the present
ednUnlatiaticn were considered the
wotft in the state they are now
considered equal to any aud better
The work of tax collection has been
syntemstlzed so that quicker and bet
tor service is now being rendered,
and taxes collected at a mush lsas
cost tbsn heretofore.
1 am fully conversant with the du-
tm - mw vinrr k iin;
M" n1 nif" of ih offe for whlrn
if 1 am nominated nnd hwtod f
Iff To maintain the offlea In Mf
l efficient condition
2nd - To endeavor to further lm-
pffta lb settle to taxpayers wd to
ttiflmhMi file oaf I hereof.
led. To taptrtlallr perform all
ditlfcN aid Mfcfrm til laws
R. .W. (Ctrtyl WILKOM.
I nn a oandMate tor tho nemlna
tfili of Sheriff an tne republican
IPJket to be voted for at the primaries
for 10. If II. U nem mated and
elected I will enforce the law nnd
give the pa bile an honest. Impartial
ami wfftetonl administration.
17 years in Jackson coonty.
Adv. HATtRY N. LOWLAND.
I hereby announce my oandldscy
for tbe republican nomination for
sheriff, to be rofed on al tbe coming
primaries. May 19th, 1916.
I feel that I need no Introduction
to tbe public, having been n rosldont
of Jackson county for 26 voars.
I nlodge mysolf. If elected, to glvo
an imnnrtlal. economical and con
servative administration of this im
1 have endeavored to servo tho
public faithfully In tho past and
agree, if olected. to strictly nnd
Impartially onforco nil laws. Having
n vary large oxperlonco In tho mat
tors of taxation and knowing Jack
son county thoroughly, I plodgo my
solf to conduct tho tax collection
branch ot tho offlco In such n mnnnor
an to nerve tho taxpayora honestly,
promptly and efficiently.
Adv. V. T. GRIEVE.
I om n candldato for tho republi
can nomlnntlon of nhorlft of Jackson
county, subjoct to tho primary, May
I havo lived In Jackson county
twelve yenrs, mndo tho raco for tbe
nomination for shorlff two years ago
and rccotved a splendid voto dosplto
tho unusual conditions I hnd to op-
poflo nnd would npproclato your sup
port this time.
If oloctod I will onforco nil laws
and pledgo mysolf to nn economical,
Impartial and conservative ndtnlnlB
Adv. A. W. WALKER.
I hereby announce my cnndhlncy
for tho nomination for Rhorlfr nn tbo
dnmncrntlc ticket, subjoct to tho will
of tbo voters nt tho primary to bo
bold Mav 19, 191(1. I am a natlvo
son of Jnckson county nnd my on
tiro pnnt llfo Is subjoct to your Invcs
tlgntlon. RALPH a. JENNINGS.
I horoby nnnounco my candidacy
for tho domncratlc nomlnntlon for
shorlff to be votod on nt tho coming
prlmnrles, May 19. 191(5. I have
sorvod tho city of Medford ns chlof of
police for ovor flvo years and during
that tlmn sorvod under four different
mayors. I nlodgo mvsoir. ir nomi
nntod and oloctod, to sorvo tho publlo
and do my duty ne siiorirr nt nil
times, nnd glvo tho public nn honest
nnd Impartial administration.
Adv. J. V. IIITTSON.
Doputy County Troasuror Myrtlo
V. Illnlioloy announcos nor cnndhlncy
tor tho ofilco of county treasurer.
I horoby announco m) candidacy
nn tbo republican ttcket for tbo of
flco of county troasuror, to bo voted
on at tho coming primaries. I havo
hold tho position as deputy In this
offlco for tho past year and nut con
fident that I can fulfill thu dutlos
I sorvod two years ns doputy conn
ty recorder before taking tho posi
tion as doputy county troasuror; I
have also had experience ns account
ant for several corporation, such as
the Medford Concrete Construction
company nnd Medford Ico nnd Stor
age Company, before taking up coun
ty work, and win say mat my past
record is open for Inspection to tbo
voters of Jackson county.
If nominated and elected I will run
tho offlco without tho oxponso of a
deputy and continue to servo tho pub
lic Just as efficient In tho futuro as
I havo In tbo past.
Adv. MYRTLE W. 11LAKELEY.
I hereby announce that I have filed
my declaration of Intention to bo-
tome n oandldate for the republican
nomination for the office ot county
treasurer, to bo voted on In tbo com
If I am nominated and elected will
conduct the office In an efficient and
Adv. ROY L. MAULH.
I hereby announce that 1 am a can
didate for tbe nomlnntlon of county
treasurer for Jackson county, Oregon,
on the republican ticket to bo votod
for nt tbe primary election to bo bold
May 19. 181G.
t formerly held the office of county
treasurer and believe I gave general
satleiacllon to tne public.
During the time I whs county troas
uror the county employed export ao-
eountants to expert the county offi
cers' books and said experts eoinpll-
mentHi my work very highly as a
If nominated and elected I shall
endeavor to conduct the affairs ot the
offloe In an honest, efficient and busi
Adv. JA8. M. CRONKMILLER.
I hereby announce my candldaoy
on the republican ticket ror tho of
fice of County School Superintend
ent for Jackson county, Oregon, sub
ject to tho will of the republican
party at the primary election May
19. I stand for practical school of
flclengy, personal supervision of tho
schools and elimination ot county
Ad. FRANCIS C. SMITH.
To the veters: I am republican
candidate for county school super
intendent at tbe ptlmary electlou,
May 19, 1916.
I am for supervision of the schools
by tbe superintendent and for econ
omy In tbe county superintendent's
office and every place where it does
not retard the efficiency of the
I am la favor of progressive educa
tion, that is, education that prepare
the boy or girl for life. ( am for all
baring a sonare deal and an eoual
chanee for au education.
If nominated aud elected I will
do everr thing it my tio"vr to mane
fha semwila nf .fftoiMWn count the
Mat in tho mm.
Ar. A, i. ftArftf.
t hernlirr imfrM that f o
fllod my tftftiifittfM iff Infonjtat.
4 tt( t aft a M&Wttto f5r Qjd f
fMrtilfMft nomhmttoti far tho offlco of
Connlf SWkwI &perlflfdnt1e'nt of
Jnekson county, atthjeet to (hi prl
itmflMJ of Mat 1 4
ff nominated and elected f pledgo
myself to nn hetieet Impartial nnd
economic administration nnd will
personally snparvise nitr school
I bold an Oregon ilfn eortlfteato.
and baring recently spent fonr ses
sions nn preparatory work, both In
thd Pnlrendlr of Oregnn and In the
University of California in tba study
of modern odiiratton nnd supervi
sion, and having served the county
as rural eehool supervisor for two
rears, t feel eomnotent to fill the of
fice in a thoroughlr satisfactory man
ner nnd herobv vollrlt ibn support of
overy true frlond of education.
Adv. O. W. AQER.
1 am n candidate for tho republi
can nomination for County School
Superintendent. 1 sinnd fort A con
tinuance of progrosslvo pollcloa In
education, cconnmv consistent with
efficiency, eqnnl educational advan
tages for tho bovs and glrli on tbn
farms with thoso in tbo cities and
If nominated nnd oloctod I will in
the future, as In tho naRt. glvo my
full time nnd host efforts to tbn
supervision of tho schools nnd tho nd
mlnlRtrntlotN of tbn dutlos of tbo of
flco. During inv Incumboncr I bnvo
not confined mvself strlctlv to tho
routine duties of tbn office but havo
taken a broader view of tho mission
of the Countv School 8uporIntondcnt.
In addition to inv efforts vo rnlso tho
stnndnrd of teaching -nd improve, tho
nhyslrnl conditions at school 1 havo
lnbornd to nromoto tbn wolfnro of
tho boys and plrls through Industrial
clubs, school fairs, school credits for
homo work, pnrent-tenchors circles
spelling nnd nrlthmotlc contcstn, nnd
otbor nctlvltles. I fool thnt mv -work
ban boon regarded with favor and in
order to continue this worlc, I am
nsklng for ro-olectlon.
Adv. J. PERCY WELLS.
FOR HUNT MICKI,l,.lNnOUH
garden or beet land; buildings;
pear Medford. Also horse for sale.
Phono SI 4-11 evenings.
FOR HUNT nOTJSCS
FOR RENT 3-room furnished houso
1 1 Went Jackson. 21
FOR HKN'T FUlt.NlHlIHD AITS.
FORBNTApnriwont for" Vont.
Tho llorbon, 10 Qulne 0L
FOR SAlil!61lghtorcbnnl toaiif,
harnosH aud wagon, A-l Milwau
kee mower, solf dump .McCormnuk
rake, single horoo cultivator, light
two sented spring wagon, canopy
top buggy. Mrs. D. M. MoNnssor.
Central Point. Phono. 27
FOR RALM -Four or 5 Jerfloy cows,
three Jersey calves, ono Jorsoy bull
will mill or exchange for second
hand Ford car. M. Marshall, Con
tra! Point. 20
FOR SALE Frosir milk gonta nt ro
duaml ratos. Mrs. L. Dusonbury.
FOR BALK RKAli USTATH
FOR SALE- -Small ranch. 2 miles
from Phoenix, at n bargain. Can
give immediate possession. Call
at 305 18. Jackson or Phone 381-M.
FOR HAMC SIlHCTiljIiAJfKQnS
FOR SALIC Hays' Miorso spray
rig, complete, good as now; choup
for onsh. Also Iron frame ball
bearing Davenport wagon. IIox T.
1. Mull Tribune. 27
FOR SALE Sell your 8. & II. Green
Trading stamps. 1 100 N. W. Hank
HldK-, Portland. 47
FOR SALE Grain or
FOR SALE Ordor Ung's Minora!
Wonder from Paul D. Humphrey,
C3I North 17th street. San Jose,
California. 2 i
FOR SALE Piano, mahogany case,
bargain, cash or terms. 216 N.
FOR SALE Piano, rockors, range,
dressing table, bods, rug, sowing
machine and iron cots. Mrs. Jorm
sta, R. F. I). 1. 23
FOR SALE Good range oh eat), and
some furniture. 206 North Roose
FOR SALE Seed corn aud grain
hay; also pasture. Phone S91-J2,
C. W. Iaaaea.
FOR 8ALK Alfalfa hay. lat and Id
crop. P. U. llybee, Jacksonville.
FOR SALE Seed corn.
H. 11. Hall.
FOR SALE 8eat cevers: one man
tops at A. D. Little Top Works,
108 N. Front st., near S. P. station
FOR SALIC Overland roadster. See
It. A. Hicks, Manager, Oregon
WANTED Becks. Leave at Tur
plu's blacksmith shop. 30
HELP WANTHD FHMALK
WANTED Woman $30 for distribut
ing free sbelus Wear-Proof darn
ing out to n with hosiery, your sec
tion. Uxperlenco unnecessary. In
ternational Mills. depU 700, Nor
Iratowu, Pa, 42
WANTKD First class femnlo cook
for ranch work Apply by letter
Hox 15, Mail Tribune. 25
WANTBD Housekeeper for man
wun two smaii entiaron. win hoi
object to one or two children. Ma
rlon Tryer, Taleut, Ore. 24
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LOflT - dfesa eroehetod bflwlNg
renfalnlAf crocheirl i.nrs wltfi
seme sllfer. Rat urn to Jlrtll
MONRY TO W)A.r
Maise4s n .snasassa.
MOKKY TO LOA On Impfotett
city marcantlte property. McCnrdy
TO LOAN $1800 tin Imp Wed mneti
Holmes the Inauranee Man.
TO ItXCHANOn A Stndelmkor sur
rey driven loss than 76 miles, for
a good rubber tired single buggy.
Phone 11 6-J. Ts
FOR EXCHANGE Resldenco lots to
exchange far a tiro proof safo. F.
iL. lloyd, at Paul's Electric store.
LAHER AUTO SPRING CO. We
are operating tho largest, oldest
and best equlppod plant in tbo Pa
cific nortbwost. Uso our Bprlngs
When others fall. Sold under guar
antee 20 North Flftoonth Bt.
GEO. W. CHERRYAltornoy nnd
Notnry, Rooms 9-10, Jnckson Coun
ty Rank Unlldlng, ontranco N.
Central, Medford, Oro.
PORTER J. NEFF Attorney nt law,
rooms 8 and 9, Mod ford National
A. E. RBAMES, LAWYER Garnett
G. M. ROHERTS Lawyer.
Medford National Dank Qulldlng.
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS W
colloctcd somo accounts 14 years
old. Wo know how to got tho
money. Tbo Huilock Mercantile
Agency, Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 3, lias
kins' Hldg., 210 E. Main st.
Dr. W. M. VAN SCOYOO
DR. O. O. VAN SCOYOO
Garnott-Coroy Dldg., ulte 310
Modforu, Oro. -Phono 850.
Collections nnd Reports
Dlt! FRANK. , ROHERTS Dentist.
M. F. & II. Hldg. Orrico Hours
8:30 to 12; 1 to C. l'hono C07-R.
Engineer nnd Contractor
FRED N. CUMMINfasSngieor'anal
contractor, 404 M. F. & H. Hldg.
Surveys,, catlmntos, irrigation
drninngo, orchard and land Im
EARL S. TUMY Gonornl Insurance
otflco, Flro, Automobllo, Accldont,
Liability, Plato Glass. Contract,
and Surety Ponds. Excollont com
panies, good local sorvlco. No,
210 Qarnett-Corey Dldg.
Instruction in Mimic
FRED ALTON" nATaiiT, " "te'acnor ''"o t
piano and harmony. Composer
nnd nrrangor of music Halght
Music Studio, 401 Garnott-Corey
ULuis HEINE Toachor of Violin.
Muslo furnlshod for nil occasions.
Prices reasonable. Studio 1121 1,
Main St., Phono 303-J2.
GARHAGE Get your promtsoi
cleaned up for tho summer. Call
on tho city garbage wagons for
good ocrvlco. Phone 274-L. F.
"m" ff v ".-'"ir"""'" ij
riiylclans nml Ourgeont
DR. F. 0. OARLOW, DR. EVA
MAINS CARLOW Ostcopatblo
physicians, 416-117 Garnott-Corey
bldg., phono 1030-L. Residence
20 South Laurel bL
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopatbls
physician, 303 Garnott-Corey
building. Phone 130.
DR. J. J. EM MENS Physician and
Burgeon. Practice limited to eye,
oar, nose and throat. Eyes scion
tiflcally tasted and glasses sup
plied. Oculist and Aurlst for S. P.
R. It. Co. Office; M. F. & II. Co.
bldg., opposite I1.. O, Phone 567.
DR. It. W. CLANCY Physician and
surgeon Phones, ottlce 30, resi
dence 724-J, Offlco hours, 10 ta
12, 2 to G.
DR. MARTIN C. HARRER Physl
clan and surgeon. Office Palm
blook, opposlto Nash hotel. Hours
10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phone 110-J.
Printers und Publishers
best equlppod printing otflco In
southern Orogon; book binding,
loose lent ledgers, billing systems,
eta. Portland prices. 27 North
BADS TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.
Office 42 North Front St. Phons
315. Prices right. Sorvi? guar
SINOBR SMWINO MACHINES FO
SALE Oil HUNT Some used m
ehiuea also for sale. Cleaning and
repairing. Haldwln Piano for sale
from factory to customer. Real
rouco 245 So. Control. Phono 390.