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are oporatinc. tits target, oldest
and best qulpimd plant Iu tho Pv
alfle tifrihwtt. ITso our sprlfiRx
when othom fall gold under guar
le, 36 North Plftootith 8t,
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PL6N1V OF5 MATERIAL;
SCORES ILL JN
Cei'Wioiifos Pronounced Best Ever
Put On by "a Mliiffa Cnnipany st
For Slovens Practice of F(riti(j
at a Moyfnu Tyet In River Fol
lows .Targets HIU Regulnrty.
rT STEVENS, Ore.. In!y 20.
(Siwolal) -After three of tha most
Rtreiiiium (Uyi of connUiit drill, tie
KlnnltiK nt 8: SO h. ra. mid ending at
5:80 p. in., flrat on the big gum for
a few lioun followotl by Infantry
drill on the parade for lororal inoro
ltoum, one aontlnuoiiM Krlnd from
dnyllght to. dawn, one heglm to won
do how the expreuion "soldiering"
ovhr chnio to he applied to an' Indl
vlfitial afflicted Itli UalueM( Ctr
tajnly whoever originated he ex
liioailon never put In an enlistment
In: the army, and probably never aar
mi Hrmy camp, or was ever awakened
bugle at 0:30 a. m. evorTTflBnf-"
for three long onltatment yeara.
perputratoa of 'ifbti an uiidtH
sef-ved appellation alylmi' t6 -thi
American soldier should be shot at
suti rla at the flrat blast of the rev
etllo biiKle heurd by hlw.
C'nlrilicnlc llogln )Hy.
The work of the day begins prompt
ly on arising In tbe jwm-hIhjl IlVjjry
man In tha eompany Is reflulrtd to
fall In on the brod cement walk in
front of tho barracks 'and answer to
roll call, after which flfleon inlnutoa
are deroted to calisthenics In open
order formation, marching at double
time, or going through some of the
forms of exercise prescribed by the
army tactics provided to awaken the
meu and put them In shape to tackle
a breakfast on your Uncle Samuel's
barack army ration, whtwi, by the
l find la batter than moat nf
ratjiome. The food put be
ts If anything too great
id as well cooked and
ltfiy as found In any
The oojftMd and staff.
Ing with the Tth com
pany, state that the menu furnished
Is the bust evei put before them, as
well as better prepared. Of course,
as may be expected, some fow addi
tions! trimmings are furnished ou the
. officer's table, for which thy pay
perHonally, but the regular ration of
the officers' table Is exactly the same
as furnished the men. In this con
nection, It may be of interest to re
cord that officers In the United
Statee army and Natlonul Guard pay
for their own subsistence, provides
their own uniforms and sldearms.
bedding- and equipment, wfclle the
enlisted nia is furnished every thing
from dougbauU to shoes. Question,
"Why be an pfflcer?"
A 1Wn Irfltr Ihty.
Yesterday was the red IMter dsy
of all days ftr, the Tib oompany, the
day when the apnipasy 9swuplsd the
stage aione 1 the full glare of the
footlights of Inspection by officers of
the guard and arsay past, and. worse
than al, the enlisted men of the
guard as well as regulars' stationed
here for It la from the enlisted men
m. ..'! .k... . . . .. I
" wHviu ifi ovme in contact tnai
Uter cee (JM aiUs ajwi joaes on a
mute,) or ivor In manual.. Once
during eae eneaoiaset a company
l requtr! to I' tle oremoni
of euarJ oieant on ta big parade
rtun4. It lath on oecska hera
you are the whole ehow prima donna.
IfadlriB man and uuiern.imerurv Y
kiiotj, in advani-e tl ii fr Individ
ul s there to pick ...i u, ,,,, t
ritteis or aplaud i i i u d
liouquet or a brlcl t i .i.
Snv (cat i'tat 0iy cxit ,h iU ..U. ,
o t faikg i k hoite a- to the!
ISlC 4ft lV 1 1 ' ' I (,ll i ,i, '. ! it
ta ' i i : 1 1 r. i . .,
bat wns hurled at their darlings In
th 7th coinnany.
It Ttirnod .Ulilft.
In fntiiro oxplanattons of guard
nount ceremonies, It should be stat
ed Hint the company Is ruthlessly
turned adrift by Us officers, left
aloin" to their fate and Reed stnse
aud Judgment of the senior sergeant,
and out tlioro on the pnrado ground
Is requlrod to Ox oc nt a difficult ma
neuvers, stnud an stiff an tho lioad
(liinrtcrs flag staff before the crltlesl
gate of their own captain and offi
cers of other companies anil regulars,
from the colonel to battalion ser
geants, to sink or swim, survive or
perish. Tho Seventh did not perish,
neither did a man even bogln to sink.
Sergeant Drown gallantly led them
down the field behind the band, turn
ed them In perfect shape and order
before the colonel and critical throng
and stood there at luspoctlon through
out the trying ordeal without uo
much as a bobble. It might look
better to have this come from some
other source, but since the occasion
unfortunately does not oxlst for tt
to reach beyond the official records.
It Is not out of place to say that the
report shows that tho' 101C guard
mount ceremonies of the Tth com
pany Is the boat over put on by any
mllltla company at fort Stevens. Con
sequently the captnln tonight, as well
as every , officer and man are fael
liiK fairly ruoU, thank you. The ser
geant major, the offlder before whom
the ceremonies are performed., .ex
pressed a wish that ho might be per-
liaJJiaUjUuagaln preside with the Tth
company under the spot light.
C5..I. r..in. .-it
j nil'1! unit!!-. iTBruri'.
'X3ic drill 'toddy $u Jttiub-oallber
pructire, firing at a moving target
lowed by a tug out In the river. For
the n formation of those not up on
const artillery practice, it might be
well to explain this Interesting work.
The big guns mounted at Ft. Stev
ens ou which the artillery corps hold
their practice are provided with I
pouuder sub-caliber tubos which are
inserted inside the 10-Inch bores of
the regular cannon, and with this
mlnaUre mak believe weapon each
company ! permitted to fire one hun
dred rounds of ammunition. All con
ditions of actual full service firing
are the same except the decreased
range, site of the projectile end the
noise. The Tth oompany have fired
sixty of the one hundred abets as
signed them and are now consistent
ly hitting the target with the sub
calibre ammunition at the minimum
range of J000 yards. All men are
working In their respective positions
Ilka veterans.' The months of armory
drill at home Is now beginning to
show up st Its full value. Tha range
section, the men who determine the
range and deflectlou, are considered
ss efficient, If not better, than any
section In the camp. The regular In
structors assigned to the mllltla com
panies have not been near the Tth
company plotting room, which Is an
Indication of the good work the men
It has been necessary for the In
structors to practically build up
range sections for some of the com
panies before they could proceed wjth
the work at hand. This has largely
been brought about by scarcity of
men through transfers to the Infan
try companies now on the Mexican
Am amusing incident emanating
from a member of the Tth oompany,
which has gone the rounds of the
camp. Is esmsidered the best yet. This
dally grind beginning st 6:30 a. m.
is the subject of continuous comment
by tho men in tho corps. Not s mln
uta can be found for anything but
strict attention to drill routine front
early morning to late In the even
ing, sometimes st Infantry drill and
sometimes work on tho nig guns. Ot
tho day the Medrord oompany put no
the guard mount cerensonlos and the
men were walking sentry duty around
the camp, one of the regular army
Instructors who was makiog the
nwuda of tho sentries approached a
Tin company man and wae promly
i-'l with the regulation. "Halt
i I - .- i
d li th- Innpfc lor Mil it it lion tin-'
-mr ud ( id. ii 1 'it i I
ii. ' .t , a I i i . i , '
LARCS QUArVTVnfiS OP BRASS
cnn ve secured -nus WAY-
responded. "I'd hsnd it to him d
quick, It would be the first time It
has been off my shoulder today."
Preparation la now being made for
firing with full ammunition next
Tuesday when all companies enter
Into competition at targot practice
This yesr the range bss been-lengthened
to 10,000 yards, a distance
about the aame as from Jlodford to
Jacksonville, snd at that range It Is
expected thst full hits will be made
on a pyrsmldlsl target thirty feet
long and ton feet high moving at a
speed of fifteen miles an hour. The
Tth company has never failed to do
the expected one or more times out
of three esch yi'tir. and they feel as
equally confident now.
('. V. Knot, i-ity eounrilmuii nml
i'liuiitiiiiiuu iii'CMclcnt -elect, now i--ilinif
old home M-enoM in Ohio by the
Hutu route, report the miieh-tnlketl-of
IJncoln highway a fraud in ev
ernl reajieetH. OnMoline when he left
Axhlnnd wax quoted here at 2.1 mmt.
In Anhland, ()., upon hia arrival
there, it wna 2(1 cents. On a sliding
wiale, the piict was at 11a lowcNt
ebb in OmnliH, at 18 Vi petit, nml I ho
highest throughout Nt'vtidn nt from
JO Ui 00 cent. I
i The oit.r mik reduewl the eitrrent'
rfltu oh elect rie rangea from (I cents
t ;i eetiUt, uh )er ordirtsmte rroentiy
jMHUUtl.. i, t '
;;The riole rots- "8niitM litis herti
ill loetil yurdx eiuiNulerulily nf Into,
Htlb.jcet fa the orders of hi 6. MsCor
pick of Wan 'traNeWo, vin-urMMettt
uf (he Houtborn Ineifio MVHtem. who
Hart been rMavimr, n portion of hh
vacation in Miutbssn Oregon, during
which time he Iiuh climbed Ml. AhIi
lund, visited thn marble elves of Jo.
aeihiue coiinly, tuken n glimM of
L'rater Lake, iuNMeted the I'ucilie
hiphwuy and fUbed for trout in the
HtrcnntM or Klamath.
Schuyler Ounter left for San Frnn
eihco hut Saturday to enter the em
ployment of the Ventern Union iu its
general trffieen. He hna been n resi
dent of Axkliind oeren yenrs, three
yenr on u lruit runeh ami four years
iu tho Western I'nion local beutlqunr
lera. Ilin family remuiu here for the
nrcHent. Mr. Ounter aamu to south
ern Oregon from the cant and for
year wu employed a telegrapher
by the Pennsylvania railroad.
A tri-weekly mixei train serviee
hna been installed on tho Southern
Pueifie between Klnmuth rails snd
Kirk, leaving the former town nt 0 a.
m. on ilonday, Wednesday and Fri
day. The Rogue River orchard tract baa
secured another penuuuent settler in
the person of J. Farmer, who has
come directly from the British Isles
with the intent of occupying a prop
erty which he purehaaed several
years ago. Hi famil is abut here
and they will be housed in a fine now
bungalow, supplemented with other
Mm. Jee Applegate of HilUbaro,
who was formerly Miss Ula i'ayne,
and n well-known Ahland girl, had
the mwfortupe to fall downstair nt
her home recently, Kutining injuries
which have .compelled her to use
The families of J. R. Casey, P. II.
Grave and Charley liargudine joined
in a reunion imcuIc at the unto camp
grouuda Inst Thursday utening with
Mr. Ida Vegnt of thia eitv, and
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Nicholas, who
motored from Ios Ao;;leH recently,
a invited friiet.ts. Covers were Inid
on the park table for an even dosen,
including Miss Mary Virginia llarga
dine, 7 ear old, whose birthday
marked tho picnic event. 4'b repeat
xerved went Itevund the tmil-c of ih
ordinary "eol.l kittle" lunch, it huvinjr
beon n Mibotautml dinner Nerved in
CouriMM, gs provided bv an arrov of
HuiMtrinttmdcnt (Jconre Briscoe of
the public hcbuolM will not make hi.
contemplated (Hi est, owinif to the
cireunnsMioi ut having been detained
UMiKer than the scheduled iend m
tiMitute work at Klamulh PulU. The
i .-.4if rv i
ire i ii 'j i lU I,,., I ii .. , , v ,,1 ,
'MP iD VICINITY
jmrk or I.oiiu'm Iodgc, uniug the pow
der magnxiue in tlo canyon a a hgae
of munition during prolonged hunt
Harvey Iluutsingcr and family
have motored up from 1'nnndena for
u visit with their rrtntixea, Mr. and
Mrs. It. J. Rilwartlx, who wore to
have met tliutn on Sikiou Hinninil
with their ear iwd. conoyetl their
guels down tho fllev into Atdiloml,
hut (he vWtora nfrUHpntod the plftps.1
Mrs. ftnil Pei
i'eiL drove her car to
Mil last of Uta week,
bavins;' frr )HfhgerM h nuitost uf
friends, who viMtnd here during tlic
celebration and- ahaiitaiuiua pcritMlH.
Mihh Minnie llanver hua gone to
Springfield, Or., for n viait with her
brother, Aldred, gftd Kter, Mrs. Wnl
tar Ilonuloii. . t
Mr. and Mm. Q. 8. Hutler nre in
Meilfonl for n bflef sojourn nt the
Karl Roae ia this temporary engin
eer of the Hwitnli engine Iu loenl
yards, during a Inyol'f tuken by the
regular locomotive driver.
The Not wns the scene of a lively
ilnuce Saturday night, the social
event being olio In a series during
niiiUummer' mollis. Mmt added io
the gniety of th (keension wan that
the plunge whs' nlsjo ohmi during the
Winlain A. Ivomr of ri.ftTnnd.' son-
jn-la.W ot i R. Spbheer of thin city,
hAxielurned Io Asiilsnd for the third
time, in tma IristnSice to loeute per-'
to locate nor-1
nmncntly. llllt'ffflnily nuebmfmhied
AsMantt IJntlge Mh. 4frf 0ii W-
l,ows reeilntly InstufteJl offleen,, Dis-
triM Deputy 0)nind tftfsfer Htiny
conducting thi eswre'taeM.' loble
gtund i Leo Trclnm; viee-grund, Kd
I I ..-11X1.1 "L !. .'.. . . H ..'
. .. . . . i .
iinuiieiii; reconiiii.' aeereiury, n. k
Stevens; flnaur in I eonretary, Qeorjte
Oinrl trswsnrer, Wiluflm Myer; chap
niw. K K. Phipp: warden, J. 1. lt;
conductor, Cltnrle- Hargadine; inside
guard, J. J. Murpliy; oulsiile guard,
A. S. Pnyne. W. Ii. Moore becomes
a past grand bv urtue nf euneessiiin
to that office. The neremonies con
eludsd with a hnmiuet ranked as be
ing agtrn fine. '
Dr. V. J. MeArlhur of San I'mn
eisoo, Cul., health officer, located at
llornbmok leniHiitirily, was in Ash
land on Mntiiidnv. H is his particu
lar duty to insM-c( interstate passen
ger traffic, on the lookout for par
ties coming from dittmtf poutla where
infant lie paralyse m prevailing u an
On August J, I. C. Agler, veteran
K. P. eotiduotor , runnmg on the
Shasta limited, will be transferred
for two month to tho. Weed-Klamath
Falls brunch, aith headquarters in
the latter town. This temporary
change is iu the nature nf a vacation
from tha present strenuous to a
Miss Margaret Hodgson has join
ed the Prank Hu-ell family in a
fortnight's camp outing nt Long's
!.odge, Ashland canyon, where iuite
a number of local, residents ara al
Mayor Johnson having sold himself
out of house and home, is moving
this week into the Milton Van Ir
residence. 3Qg S'orlh Main street. Mr.
Van Lnor is going to Alka for an
The three" deer wnirh have been
browsing gbuut the edge of town are
still lingering snlii aity limits, and
on Friday were notised nenr the ri
(Umoe of Jim MeNoIr ou te high
drive, where the tiio were again pho
tographed while feeding in an or
tihard. Arthur Pennington, native of Ash
land, and for om time past resi
dent of Tillamook, nun keen renew
ing acquaintance- hereabouts.
Yreka has di"Hised of its city
hall boiftl isue or $12,500 ut pur
and a premium oi 1 .17.
Among eirl w-itrs to Crater
SKOaRSCSL!.- U -HI' T JLL A1J
Ecxwxa h C&nqiwd fl :
"B1 " 3SasBBSmnnUBX3J'
Qsessy sslves uul olntnvnts should not
kf sppUad if rl l-sr skin U wasted.
From any drusl'i fr 'JSc or 1.00 for
sirs Isrge mf. ii.i s UHile t,f scina
M'sen Spoiled a ilirerted, il effuiltely
rsaioves ecsriun. nakkly stups '.liiox,
uu araw win iroiiiiiea, iu wir
S'OuBda anil cliatiii ft ,
Anna is la-petliliiMu
'I ri il ii Me Is lirve
t I u -id U Ml sffixtlve
I . 'aL-1,
am) bit u n-.K
Itoll.llU' Mill I II-
Slit ha'l f . i
u- -Jfc i4SP n?
ft - toi B
Lake from thia vicinity were Mrs.
Alice MeDaniel. Mr,. V. (i. McWil
lianw and the Mi-ses Etta and Katb
ryn Miller, who d:irteil Inst Fridnv.
lioyd'x jitney took the purty, which
went ia Klamath Falls in order that
Mrs. MeWilliams might iiit her son
Charley there. Thev will return bv
the Rogue river route.
Seven earn of fat cattle went north
the last of the week, consigned from
Central California to Portland.
Quite a number of Elks went owr
to Yreltn on Saturday and report
being royally entertained bv tneniliii
of the order there, many of whom
belong to the orgtiniiuition hen1.
Rev. II. A. Carnahnn, pastor of the
Preh.vtcrinn church, was elected n
trustee of Albany college nt the re
cent Oiegon synod held in Kiigene.
AT PAGE TONI
Fatty Arbuckle will contest feature
honors at the Page with the Triangle-1
nee play. "Waifs," Iu which two
well known sura. William Dssmond
and. Japs (jrey plafthv leading parts.
"The Waifs" Is the medium
thrdngh which Jane' Qrvy returns to
Triangle audleneesi'- Hk appears In
" 'poweriui roio.m a' woman w una
.. 1 i s
m" wno " in" rouemptiou oi
Hffd , whnl bp preaced, ' Wlltam
tlsmonil. the Scotch meenlster, wlio
"Pn lllllle Burke In "lggy," heads
th,1 svayortlng compauy of Itieo play-
" Tbc glory ofthe pathetic little
t...l. I. . I....IW Hl u.Mllu
urunw u m m'fvvww " '
that achieves the same result obtain
ed, by the Fairbanks picture. Hy rad
ically' different methods It shows that
good Is still prodomlnsttt In what has
been called this best ot all possible
"tlau a bad woman make a man
That ( new I Ion has been asked
man ihouHaudH of times, and there
I SHUT. I -UJ ',' '
A GOOD FRIEND
A good friend stands by you when
In need. Medford people tell how
(Jean's Kidney Pills have stood the
teat. Mr. Blden endorsed Dosn's
over eight years ago and, again con
firms tho story. Could you ask for
more convincing testimony?
M. I. Blden, shoe repslrer, tl B.
Central Ave , Medford, says: "I suf
fered from whst the doctor said was
rheumatism, caused by an exeess of
uric acid In my blood, it showed it
self by severe pains, especially In my
back. My kidneys were out of or
der, too, and these troubles caused
me to run down In health. I couldn't
stoop without getting dUty. . Doan's
Kidney Pills did Just whst they wore
guaranteed to do and soon I saw a
great change in my condition. The
pain began to leave me and my kid
neys became more regular la notion.
By the time I had finishes! throe
boxes, 1 was without any signs of
the trouble." (Statement given nop
tembcr 13, 1807.) v
On March 16. Ill, Mr. Bids
said: "it has been some time since
I have had any occasion to take
Doan's Kidney Pills, but my opinion
of them hasn't changed In any way
since 1 first endorsed them. Today
I am enjoying first class health."
Price S0c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ssk for s kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills tbe asmo that
Mr. Hldeu has twice publicly recom
mended. i'oHtcr-Mlltiurn Co, Props.,
Buffalo. K. Y.
lA'TllrtUHUAX AirruOAit CO.
Leave Medford tor Ashland, Talnnt
"00 R "t
dally, except Sunday, at
00,1:00, 4:00 and l:l
p. m Also ou Saturday at 11: if
m. Sundays leave at 0.00 and 10:31
a. m. add 1:00, 1:00, 0:30 and 3:3Q
p. m. Leave A -h land for Medford
dally, except Smu) y, at 9:0o a. .,
1:00. 3:00, 4: .n. i .11 i in Mse
u Miurdsy nignts at 0:19 and
t 20. 8nnds)H leave Anhland at 0:00
a Ti. and 1 00. , 6 30 and 10:30
,bas never been a satisfactory answer.
Jane drey and William Denmond try
to answer It iu 'Waifs." Mothers
with sous have and nr8 still asking
tt. Ksthers with naughters who have
gone down the primrose path hav6
asked 11 and are still doing so.
Rich milk, malted crnin, in powder form.
For infants invalids t&lgroviing children.
Pure nutrition, upbuilding tie whole body.
Invigorates mining mothers tad the aged.
Mora nutritious than tea, coffee, etc.
Instantly prepared. Requires no cooking.
-Substitutes Cost YOU Same Price
iiTJR RKNT I louse $10 mo., elec
tricity, aas, bath, llox CC, Mall
g i " ' I irt -
rou HiViiif MistnvtiiiAivicoDa
roil 8AI.U Parlor set, cut kIhsb
wsler set, mandolin ami gular. Ad
dress 320 N. Apple. 107
POIt SALIC Piano, rug. vacuum
cleaner, baby buggy' I'lmno 102 -.12.
I'OH 8AL.B Hudson five passenger
aiftu Hi sown nonunion, now tiros,
electric lights, cheap. Apply 1J07
V,'. Main streut. 10S
POlt HALW "Wheel lAtrrow, garden
sostisr nnu wTerisua uxuress witnunj
Address Mrs. A. Tiakor, Cnlotilul
FOIt 8AI.K Crsaru separator Do
I.avel No. 13, used only short time
good as new. F, W. Moors, Ash
land, Ore. , 10T
PUR BAI.B Home furniture, phone
FOIt BALK Meyer model flute with
case, etc., has 13 keys good as
new. 115. Telephone 163-X after
0 p. m. 103
FOIt isALli Alfalfa "hay ohoap
Phone 1 10.
FOE SALE Second orop alfalfa and
grain liny. Spider's Dairy.
Foil BATiTl TrtVWS'CVUK
POll SALK-lloraes, and grain hay
In tks field, one mile northeast ot
Phoenix. K. IE. Kennies. IOC
I'Olt SALls ACitltAOH
POTt SALS A bargain. 6 acres In
Orauts Pass, good soil, family
orchard, good buildings, 3 wells,
with windmill and gas englns. Mrs.
M. Oethlng, Oakland, Ore.. Box 00.
J L 11
TfffiW U .Uf M -
WANTKD Lad) want hour or day
work. Phone 344-Y. 180'
WANTBO- Ulcych7, io-luob frame.
Describe full) ; must be In good or
der. Address Bike, care Mall Tri
WANTKD Two or three passengers
for trip by auto to Newport. Ore.,
about Aug. eth Return In about
two weeks. Phono OtO-J evenings
after 7. 110
WANTK!-Fotio" lbs. of poultry
weekly: top prleea. Warner, Wort
man ft (lore. 105"
WANTED - Feathers to renovate, old
mattresses and feather beds made
Into sanitary folding forms. Por
samples, Phone lW. 333 Baal
13th sL 131
WANTKD Futures fo7oreT What
have youT 0. A. DeVoe.
AIQtt HY TO LOAS
iss-si swsSfJiossswss lnews sw xsesssmesafa)
MONEY TO LOAr Have money to
loan upon city and country prop
erty. Quick servlee. Mouey on
tiand- Karl 8. Tumy. 310 Uarnctt
Corey Bid. u
" ijT.T it- ,,-tb; it- . i.-. ,v- ai
l8T- Pocket book. Reward for;
return to Mall Tilbune. ioo)
LOST- Retweon Prospect and Ash
land on auto highway, lalie' olrt
watch and chain, Walt hum Huder
please notify James K (irieve,
Prospect, Ore., and rec ie rew nil
I.""T "A pis'--.i . iiiu un
iliu rid uivir, Cmtir luUo road
l.i Ida I I. Ion i u - I W (' lloiiu
w .. - it).. till . I! l't ilr.tgf
QUO. W. OllKimY Attornoy and
Notary, ltootns MO, Jackson Coun
ty Bank lltitldln?. entranoo N.
Central, Modfortl. Orf.
POUTBU J. MBPr Attornoy at law.
rooniB 8 and 9, Medford National
A. B. ItBAMBS, LAWTBIlaaraistt.
0. M. UOURrtTS Lawyar.
Medford National Hank Building.
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS Ws
Qolloctcd some accounts 14 years
old. Wo know how to get tbs
money. Tho lluitock" MercantlU
Agency, Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 3, lias
kins' nidg., 210 n. Main st.
Dr. W. M. VAN BCOTOO
DR. 0. O. VAN BOOYOO
Qarnott-Coroy Illdg., nits IU
Medforo, On). Phono 85.
Collections anil Reports
DR. PRANK ROBERTS DontlaL
M. F. & IL UldR. Offlos Hourc
8:30 to 12: 1 to G Pliona 007-R.
KukIucct nml Contractor
PRE 1T CUM M I NO B Bn gineor and
contractor, 404 M. F. & II. Dldg.
Surveys,, catlmaton, Irrigation
drainage, orchard and land Im
provement. House Movent
MICDFORD HOUSE MOV 18 118--Wo
Movo Housob, llama, Onrngon, Ma
chinery, Etc. Phono 488-M, or
488-X. C12 S. Nowlown, 811 Da
E ARti s7 TUM Y Oonolgurancs
offlco, Flro, Autotuobllo, Accident,
Liability, Plato QIrrb, Contraot,
nnd Surety Honda. Excellent com
panion, Reed .local service. No.
210 aarnott-Coroy IHdg.
Instruction In Musta
piano nnd harmony. Hnlght Muslo
Studio, 401 (Inrnett-Corcy Dldc,
QARDAOE (lot your promises
donned tip for tho summer. Call
on tho city KWbnge wagonn for
good horvlco. rhono X74-L. P.
Physicians nnd Rurgcons
tsesiiswe s Miesi- ! w si ijwasi
DR. V. 0. CARLO W. DR. JSVA
MAINfl OARLOW Oitoopathle
physlclanu, 410-417 Garnett-Corey
blilf,'., phone 103C-L. Hoildencs
26 South Lnurel at
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopathia
pbyalclan, 303 aarnott-Corey
building. Phone 130.
DR. J. J. RMMISNH Pbyslolan and
surgeon. Praotlce limited to eyo.
ear. noio and throat. Eyes scion
tltleally tested and glasses a ap
plied. Oculist and Aurlst for S. P.
It. It. Co. Offices M. F. & II. Co
bldg., opposlto P. O. Phono 507.
DR. R. W. CLANCY Physician and
surgeon Phones, offlco 36, resi
dence 780. Office hours, 10 to
12, 2 to 5.
DR. MARTIN C. RARI1HR Phyal
ctim and eurgeon. Offlco Palm
hloolt, opposlto Nash hotel. Hours
10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phono 110-J.
Printers and Publishers
best equipped printing offlco Id
southern Oregon; book binding
loose leaf ledgers, billing systems,
etc Portland prices. 27 North
HADS TRANSPRR & STORAUSj CO
Office 42 North Front at. Phoas
315. Prices right. Borvlce guar
NOW TIME TO TRADE.
I have a 160-aere stock r&noh;
good locution; 100 acres In grain,
some alfalfa. This place recently
sold for $12,000; no Incumbrance.
Will trade for good orchard, prefer
pears, or would tnke city property.
Would trade even or assume soma ln-
eumbrsuee on orshard proposition.
J. C. BARNES
lOU Woct Main Street.
113 seres, half of It In wheat, oats,
barley, alfalfa, and corn; all crops
go with the place If taken this month;
buildings, 80 cattle, a bund ot sk'sep,
team and all tools. This place lays
near school, country store, and level
road to Medford, and other valley
towns. Lays well out toward the out.
range, and is a good place for stock
raising. ISO an acre, Including all
things iueutlouetl above.
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