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EDITORS OF STATE
10 VISIT MEDFDRD
U CU LAKE
Attendnnco promised for the an
nual convontion of tho Slato Edi
torlal AMoclatlon, to be held here
neat 'week, will make It by far the
beat attended gathorlng In its his
tory. This attendance will represent
ovary section of tho state, and also
Include some of the prominent naws
pajnr and maasIno men on the
ooast, as well ns the lending oduea
tort of Oregon.
Local peoplo aro responding to the
request of the committee for co
operation In good shape. The Com
mercial Club haa taken charge of the
auto trip to tho California stato line,
and la holplng In othor ontortaiu
niont plans; the University Club ten
der a lunolioon to the men of tho
party at the club Iiouro Saturday
noon; the Greater Medford Club and
Collage Women's Club unite In an
auto trlii and picnic luncheon for tla
ladlos or (ho party Saturday; the
Colony Club will decorate the dining
room nt tho Ilotol Medford for tho
banquet Saturdny night; a committee
of inorahnntH will handle the tickets
for this banquet; tho proprietors of
Medford'a throe hotels liavo most
Sonorously donated tho rooms for
guests from out of this county; the
ComiiMiroliil Club of Ashland, hur
nowaitnpers and the Springs Wntor
Commission will giro a luncheon and
untortalnmoiit in Llthlu Park Friday
oven I tig, and several of the proml-
nont musicians of this city liavo ten
dered their sorvleos for the banquot.
For the all-Important trip to
Orator take, splumlld co-operation li
lining tendered. Five of the lodges
of tho city have agreod, through com
mlttoes of their membors to furnish
three oars oach for tlio trip. These
committees aro na follews:
A. N. Hlldebrnnd and Hnlph Wood
ford for the Masons; II. 0. Wortmiin,
lien TrowblrdKD and Ole Arnspiger
for the K.'p.'s; John L. Hommer and
Loon O. Howard for tho Odd Fol
lows; (N'owton W. Uordau nnd (loo.
W. Cherry for tho Woodman; nnd n
committee to bo appointed today by
Exulted Ilulor Ilollbronuor for tho
For the Crntor Lake trip, the com
mittee tirgoa thp cur owners, co
operating, to mnko this their trip
for the season, toklng along thulr
wives and providing room for three
guests In oaoh oar.
' A considerable number of cars
have already beou secured, hut more
aro needed, on whleh work tho com
mitter la now ongaged.
I.OXDOX, July 27. -A llrlllsh of
ficial statement was issued toduy,
denying a Turkish official retiort of
July SO that British cavalry foreqa in
the vicinity of Sues canal had been
dispersed. The statement follews:
"Tho commander in chief In Egypt
reperts: 'It is stated by the German
wirelesH that our cavalry has been
driven back at Itoitianl and Katla.
Our cavalry is In occupation of Katla
and nowhere has been driven back.
Complete superiority over the enemy
hae been estahllehod by it, both In
pushing In reconnalsances and In
driving lu hit covering partiea at will.
" 'The enemy has net even ven
tured to press aay reconuslsances In
our dlreatloa. The Turkish force at
OghratiHa 4ar net advanoe from
that place and no Turk has been near
The Turkish official statement re
ferred to said
"West a,d aoutliweat of Katla our
troops, advuNeing toward the eaaal.
dlspareod eavslry forees, Inflicting
losses upon them. Pram their head
(tear, it was ascertained that they
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WASnlNOTOX, July 27 lr.i-
deut Wilun todav t-ijfned tin river
and harbor, appropriation bill ear
ning itppruxifuitcU $1:1.000,000.
M"t of tho money i t W -unt n
existing unprol can-lit projfi t.
WANTED TWENTY MEN
To leave Medford en Monday, J Ml
11, to work on government road-
XOTICU. H. P. O. KM'S 1UIH
Bo sure and come to lodge Thurs
day nlgbt, July 37th. Our "Plna
ComraltUo" will have good govs for
Why Sniflfce Itlt OlHrs
Wh0n I. CtoHdM are only Iff
FRAUDS BY PUTER
OVER TWO MILLIONS
C. E. Ileames spent Thursday In
Medford onrouto to Portland from
Snn Francisco whoro ho served In
dictments on S. A. D. Puter, his son-in-law,
MeBwsn and four others, for
using tho malls fraudulently, in con
nection with the O. A C. land grant.
Concerning the base, Mr. Keames
"An invottigatlon into theio
fraud has boen going on continu
ously for moro than tw6 years, linv-,
lug been Instituted by me In June,
1913. Slnuee tho Institution or the
inquiry, a large number of post of
fice inspectors nnd special ngonta
of the general laud offlco have been
working on the case.
"The Indictment chnrgoe that the
eight defendants enterod into a con
spiracy to defraud nutnorous pooplr,
28 of whom nro aniiiuurnted by
representing" that a proforaneu right
could he obtained by the filing of an
application to purchase with tho Ore
gon and California Itnilroad Com
pany. Whereas, no proforenco right
could bo obtained In this muuner. It
is further charged that tho dofond
auts ropresantod tluit tho govern
ment was co-operating with thorn nnd
that it was tho purpose of tho govorn
meht to forco tho railroad company
to sell these lands to tho applicant?.,
which was false. ,
"The defendants duplicated these
applications In a. great many Instan
ces by filing the applications over
and over upon the same Identical lflo
aero tracts of land. In many In
stances tho lands applied for through
the agency of the defendants, which
were represented to be of gront
valuo, woro absolutely worthless. Tho
defondanta procured from the victims
contracts, by the tonus of which tho
victims promliod and agrood that
tlioy would duod half of tho land to
the dofendautH when tltlo should be
"The derondnnts roproaontod Hint
responsible banks were co-oporatlng
with thorn and that theso banks woro
in a position to advance money to tho
railroad company for said victims-to
mnko up the puroliaso, which was
"Of the many people securod by
tho defendants, not nno was an actual
settlor upon the land, a great many of
them wore non-residents of the stato
of Oregon, had nover been In the
stato of Oregon, ovor 1000 beJug
"Tho indictment alleges that none
of the applicants ever Intended to
settle upon the land and brands the
scheme a fraudulent one, was known
to be sueh by the defendants and
wa entered Into and carried out by
them solely for the purKa of cheat
ing and defrauding the applicants
out of thulr money, paid as filing
feus, which ranged from the sum of
1 25, paid by some of the applicants,
to the sum of $100 paid by others.
Tho malls of the United States were
used In the writing and mailing of a
great many letters to carry out the
scheme to defraud. One hundred and
fifty of said letters being set out
as overt acts in the Indictment."
Mr. Ileaiuea, who has bad the mat
ter lu clinrge before the Grand Jury,
will return to San Francisco and
try the case for the government. It
Is expected that the trial will taka
place in the early fall. .
Puter and associates seeured ap
proximately 2,000 applications to file
and pay these location fees. Ac
sordine to statements made by Mr.
Keames, there has been, up to date,
filed over SO, 000 of these applica
tions. As the average flllug fee
charged by the locators, amounted to
approximately $100 each, It is thus
charged by the government on ac
count of these frauds having been
perpetrated to be approximately
Mr. Heapies since leaving Medford,
has "made good" with Uncle Sam
aud has beeu selected to try this im
portant case, not only because of hjs
familiarity with land operations, but
because of his excellent record as
XKW VdltK, J.-lv J7. A winl.K.
mfKii(;f to the ntult dcpurtuu-lit ut
Wunhuigiun from the Jauuee bteaio
hip Korea, asking protection tnm
Uenuan sabauirium, wne overheard
and reported today by officers of
stoamJnps nrriving at Uii purt. The
aiesbajpi they said, asked protection
fur the American otiicers and ng-ui-eerw
ho were on board the KJJ to
take her thruugli the Hmnaaia mji1
to Kan Fniln'iKim, where xhc will be
tnroed over to a JnjNtuaee tie.
areproii-D mxttj tribune,
TIED-OP BY STRIKE
NEW YORK, July 27. Tho first
serious outbronk in tho strike of tho
street oar mon in tho Hronx and
Wostchaster county occurred shortly
after noon today, whon a mob of
several hundred strikers and sympa
thisers attacked a West Plains car in
tho Hronx. Ilricks were hurled at
the oar nd It is roported several
parsons wero hurt. Police reserve
aud ambulances wero summoned.
NEW YOItK, July 27. Upon the
arrival horo of W. I). Mahon, presi
dent of the Amalgamated Association
of Street and Hallway Employe of
America, the motormen and conduc
tors of all the street railways lu tho
city may bo askod to Join the trolley
Itrlko, which ha tlod up lines In tho
Hronx and In Wostchostor county.
President Mahon Is expected to come
from Detroit today to take charge of
The company's attempt to resume
operations of cars In tlio Hronx nt 8
o'clock this morning, rosulted In se
rious dliordor. At one point, heavy
stonos wore piled on the tracks,
Several altercations between strikers
and car mon ooourrod nnd many por
tions woro arrested.
Company offialnls announced nt 10
a. in. that more than 20 per cont of
Its cara were running In tho Hronx.
.Not a car luovoil lu Yonkers today.
Mount Vernon and Now Hochcllo,
also, wero without car service. There
was no disorder lu these throe places.
WASHINGTON, July J 7 Warn
ing was Issuod to the public today by
tho dopartmout of agrloulturo to
look with extreme suspicion upon
any preparation put on tho markot
and offered for sale as bolng effeutlvo
for the treatment of Infantile paraly
sis. . iDopnrtmont offloluli, chnrgod with
the enforcement of tho food and
drugs act, an announcement says, ox
peot tho outbreak of Infantile parab
ulia will tempt unscrupulous potions
to offer for salo so-called 'auras' or
romtdlos for this dread malady, Thoy
therefore, have issued speclnl Instruc
tion to food and drug inspectors to
be particularly alert for Inter-state
shipments or Importations of modt
oinos. The makers of which allege
that they will cure or alleviate this
disease for which, at the presout
time, no medical cure Is known.
BUI FATHER IN ILLS
WASHINGTON, July 27. "Uvory-
body works but father," said Senator
Kern, Democrat leader of the Senate,
submitting for publication in the
congressional record a large number
of telegrams he reuelved today pro
testing against pasgage of the child
labor hill. Among the messages
"Ksther of a large family, am op
posed to child labor bill."
"I have a young family coming on,
dependent on cotton mill. Defeat
the Keating bill."
Mr. und Mr. ('. -A. Loweit atarttHl
Tnesla.v in their ear tor Pall Creek,
Cul., where their on, Harold, is
working in the new ower plnut.
Tluy planned to camp ami piiuiie
alung the road.
Mr. aud Mrs. Mansfield attended
the uhojuur of the Hogue-Klk ltesort
Saturduy night. MUs Margery Kr
xkine w also pesont and spent the
day Sunday with Mws Bva McDon
ald. Mr. Kelley and family went to Ited
Blanket raneh Tuesday to help Mr.
Mooney with bis hay for several
Three young- men hikers froia
Sjintu Barbara are linjferiug in this
Mciuity heipinir fanners in the buy.
Bert Higuibotham went to the vaj-
Thar 1 mm Catarrh la tkla --"-- &f
stutrir laau ill otbvr Uumnn pat lafaOMr. aad
alll tti laH tee Waa tniaia4 to sa
ksirht. fir a nut ataajr yaan 4myt
prauraS H a luaal taM and afaatttba looal
rautai awl Wf cuaataailjr lalUa k) with
ka-al vmm. pnmxui M iuMrakla. Sehwaa
ka rtw Catarrfa la to a caatlllulloual SlM-aaa,
au4 larrafui taqalrr ron.tliuilwul utiaat.
Hall' I'alqrrfc Catr. luiiiura. iur d t Y i.
Ckaaay h c., TalaSa. Ohio i tb aulr t oaattta
OomI -ar aa taa atartot H M takra lalaraattr
la dcata fraaj 1 ru to a Imiaxalol It act
Sirlr aa aw kkjaS ao4 mmtmi aurr.ca a
tt arStoto fbaj aSVr uaa SjiaSraS Sallara (ar
BlSlaJak. """" " ""'
AOStoa. P J. r-HBHKr A CO . TUtk.. Oato.
SwM Imicflal. T.V
TU Hail a lajcii l'Ula for ww4Jpthw.
lc lnf week nnd brought lii-. parents
homo in his car, Mrs. Iliginbothnin
scorns to bo improved by her visit,
Mr. Qua Ditsworth nnd Twde
Gordon spoilt Friday with Mosdnmea
Peelor nnd Btanrhnrtl.
Boyd Tuakor and Cntnlly vtajcu! tic
Nye fnmily Sunday.
Kc-v. McDonald of Klk creek
proai-bed nt Laurolliurst .sulionlliousc
Sunday nnd w-ill preach ngniiv in two
wcuku from Uiat day at snmo plncc.
Velina and ;Mae Avery spent Mon
day nt Mrs. Peyton's.
There woa a school incelin at J.
li. )ijwoi'Ui'. Monday, when the Nye
and Peyton stJsooU combined and
agreed to wive a high erliool. Mr.
Hroem field will tcncli liigh school nnd
Minn Porter Uio irimarr room. School
will ho hold in Iauriuurl school
buililiiur t PAj'ton.
Mr. ami jrxf. J. P. WeJla wero nt-
tenilius; to lotuo school business here
A family by the nnino of Randow,
hyiuK on ISlk creek, recently lost
their bouae. iitnl nil furiiituro by firo.
There aro nitio children in tlio fnmily,
wins bniii(r Oi))y several months old.
Mr. UhWsoii invitel some neigh
bors to her bonp Monday in honor of
hor mother, Mrs. Peyton's, birlhdny.
Mrs. Peyton was ipiilo sunirisnd, nR
he oxponled ,it to ln it quiet family
(liniicr. Tboso prexent were: Men
dames Poyton, Ditswortli, Br., 15rs
kino, Peelor, Avorv, Illnnnhnrd, Dhw
sm nnd Mr. J. V. Diiawnrtli.
1'Yutil; Xuooitlit is up to hi liomc
Mond pullitiK up bis crop of buy.
(icorgo Fry nnd Velina upc-nt n
couple of days with Hurry Howard
und lnmily lust week. ..
Mr. Mao Daw and children woro
all-night guostg of Mrs. Jasper Hun
pub Wednesday night.
Steve Smith made n business trip
to Medford last Tuewdtiy.
Mrs. Louis Wynnt nnd Mis Cliris
tenu Wynnt roturncd to their homo
in Aablnud Saturday.
There woro two swimming parties
lit tho Bellows lagoon laat wool;.
Davo Poneo vaa ili'imging the
roniln this week und they will goon bo
in good slmpu iigain.
Mr. and Mre, Will HoiihIoii nnd
Gwen woro Coiilral Point visitors a
few days ugo.
Mrs. Good nnd Miss Min Hannah
returned homo 'Wednesday after a
i'ortnitflit'H visit with Medford
The ltliodos tbrexbing utaubine will
begin tbrosbiiiK in tho valley Monday
Norman Gage is binding grain on
Big- Sticky this week.
MOHK .MUX TIIAX WOMKX
Surgeons stato mon urn slightly
moro subject to appendicitis than
womon. Medford people should know
that a few doses of simple buckthorn
bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed In Ad-ler-I-ka,
often relieve or prevent ap
pendicitis. This mixture removes
such surprising foul matter that ON'K
SPOON'tNTl, relieves almost ANY
CASK constipation, sour stomach or
gas. The INSTANT, oasy action or
Adler-l-ka Is surprising. L. H. lias
Xotlco of Plot .MectInK of Creditor.
United States District Court, Dis
trict of Oregon, in bankruptcy iNo.
In the matter of W. U. ISverhard,
To the creditors of, W. II. ISver
hard, a bankrupt:
You are hereby notified that on
the 21th day of July, 1616, W. II.
ICvorhaid of Medford, Oregon, was
duly adjudged bankrupt, on his
voluntary petition filed on said day
In said court, nnd that the first meet
ing of the creditors of said bank
rupt will be held at the office of the
undersigned In rooma 37, IK over
the Jackson County Hank building.
In the City of Medford, Jauksou
County, Oregon, at the hour of 10
o'clock a m. on August Sth, IU1U.
at which time and place the said
oredltora may attend, prove their
claims, appoint a trustee, examine
tho bankrupt, order a sale of the
property of the bankrupt, and trans
act audi huslneHa aa may properly
come before aald mooting.
Liabilities a shown by schedule,
S9,667.50; umeU, 1 1,316; exomp
tioua claimed f:U0.
Dated at Medford In said district
oitHlils 20th da of July. A. D., 1910.
FRANK J. NKWMAN,
Referee in bankruptcy.
Jn the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Jackson.
Pacific I-ohii und Investment Com
pany, Uiuited, PUInUff. vs
William M. Holmes and Emily A.
Holmes, his lfc Woods Lumber
Company, a corporation, D. D. Sage
aHd Medford National Hauk, a cor
Hy virtue of u decree of the Cir
cuit Court of the State or Oregon for
the (ount of Jwkson, dated July
22, ivltl. and an execution duly
Issued by the clerk of said eouK,
dated July 26. HIS. lu a certain
suit la the said Circuit Court at the
State of Oregon for the Couuty of
Jackson, w herein the Pacific Loan
and Investment Company, Limited, Is
pialutlff and William M. Holm and
Etnilv A. Holmes, his wife. Woods
Lumber Co ru pa in, a corporation, D.
D. Bate and Medford National Hank,
a corporatloo, arc dareudants, whlcb
said deeree haviug beau duly entered
la the office of the clerk of said
court, directed that there wan due to
the Dluintiff, Pacific. Loan and lu-
Thursday, july 27,
vestment Company, Limited, from
tho defendants, William M Holmes
and Emily A. Holmos, on account of
tho mortgngo doscrlbod in the com
plaint lu said sut, for principal, in
terest, taxes, insurance premium and
attorney's feos, tho sum of eight
thousand eight hundred and twenty
two dollars and ulnoty-slx oonts
($R22.fin. with Interest thereon at
tho rate of eight per cent per annum
from July 31st, 1014, nnd that Judg
ment for that amount, with plain
tiff's costs, bo entered In favor of
plaintiff ngalnst tho said defendants,
William M. Holme and Emily A,
Holmes, nnd also directing that the
promisee hereinafter nnd In the com
plaint In snld suit described, bo sold
according to law and the praotlco
or this reurt, ami that out or the
proceeds of tho sale of said premises.
tlio plaintiff be paid in so far as said
proceeds might bn sufficient, tho
amount so found duo, tugether with
the expenses of such ssle, together
with the plaintiff's said coats and
dlsbursomonts taxed nt the sum of
twenty (xzu.uu) dollars ana which
snld decreu further barred and fore
closed the defendants from all right,
tltlo, Interest, claim and oqu!ty on
redemption In the promises in said
complaint nnd hereinafter described,
except ns othorwlso provldod by law.
Public notice is haroby given that
tho undorslgnod will, on Sntnrduy,
tho 2Gth, day or August, 1910, at tho
hour or ton o'clock In the forenoon
of that day, offer for salo nt the
front door of the court house lu
Jacksonville, Oregon, to the highest
bidder for chhIi in hand, tho follow
ing described lands and promises,
situated in tho county of Jncksoti and
State of Oregon, moro particularly
boundod and dosorlbed as follows,
Commencing nt n point sixty and
thirty-three hundredths (C0.33)
chnliiB oast of the uorthwost comor
or tho donation laud olalm number
forthy-nlno (49) of Hurrcl II. fJrlfrin
and wife, In township thirty-eight
(XN) south, rnngo two (2) wost of
the Willamette Morldlnn, and run
ning thoncn south eight nnd Ruyon
tontliB (.7) chains; tlioucu oast
eleven and fifty-four hundredths
(11.5-1) chains; theiioo south ntno
toou nnd eight hundredths (ID. OS)
chains, thence west olcvcn and fifty
four hundredths (11.5-1) chnlns,
thouco south ulght and thlrtoou hun
dredths (R.13) chains, thonco wost
twenty (20) chains, thouco north
twenty and nlnoty-ono hundredth
(20.1)1) chains, thouco wost four (-1)
chains, thence north flftoon (K)
chains,, thouco east twenty-four (24)
chains, to tho place of uouMnnlnK.
containing nlnety-nliio and olghty
throo hundrodths (99.K3) ncros,
more or loss. Also government lot
numbor five (5) limoctlon eloven(ll)
towimhlp thirty-eight (38) south,
rnngo two (2) wost of tho Wlllnm
etle Morldlnn, containing slxtoun and
thirty-six hundrodths ncros, moro or
loss. Tho total nroa lining ono hun
dred und sixteen nnd nlnotcou hun
dredths (UG.19) acros, moro or loss.
Togother with nil wator rights which
nro now, or may horoaftor bncomo
Incident or appurtenant to tho said
roal property, or any part thereof,
and nil rights nnd privileges and
franchises of snld mortgagors or
either of them, to purchase, or take
water for nno upon snld roal, property,
or nny part thorof, from tho Foot
hills Irrigation Company, and all
other wator rights or rights to take,
line, or to tho supply of water now
or horoaftor owned or possessed by
said mortgagors, or any of thorn, In
sny way Incident to or counectod
with said real property, or any part
thereof, or which may or could now
or hereafter be used upon snld real
property or any part thereof.
Together with all the singular and
tenements, hereditaments and appur-
tenguoes thereunto belonging or In
anywise appertaining, aud tho rents,
issue and prorits thereof.
listed at Jacksonville this 20th day
of July, 1918. W. II. SINOLKIt,
Hherlff or Jackson County, Oregon.
. Hy K. W. 1 Ison, 'igmity.
FOU BALK MOUHItS
FOIt HUNT R-rooin rurnlshed home
olicap. Phone 88'J-W
FOH BAMf mtiUTAtliXNKOVn
irOU SALE Hees. Twenty awrms,
hlvos and supers mostly filled with
section honey. $2.00 per swarm,
qulek sale. Ill
FOR KALIS IBM Maxwell, just ov
erhauled and In fine shape; good
tires. Ilox 06, Msll Tribune. 1 10
FOR BALE Heardleas barley siraw
by stack or lead. Also splendid
hog posture for rejit. Call 732.12
FOR SALE Hudson five paasengor
' auto iu good condition, new tlrea,
oleetrlc lights, alieap. Apply 1207
AV. Main street. 106
FOR SALE Some furniture. Phone
FOR SALE Alfalfa
FTs-nrst-class To 00-pound
amu mules. Young, gentle, John
DeadmoHd, Watklns, Ore. 109
FOR SALE-Chotso litter of thor
oughbred Duroo Jersey pigs with
registration papers. Price very
reasonable. Apply to A- H. Case,
Phone 571-Kl. 112
FOK SALE Forty hogs 12 weighing
about 100 pounds, 20 weighing
about 00 to 76 pounds, balance
weighing 25 to 40 pounds. Four
milch cows, all first class m II kern
Phone 8H-L. 111
FOK KALE ACRHAOK
FOR SALE Improved 40-acm ranch
alfalfa, etc. Address IC. V. B.,
Keute 3, box 13, Medford. Ill
CX-C. - - 3Ci-.
MONKV TO IrOAX
MONJSY TO LOAN Hav money to
loan upon city and country prop
erty. Quiek service. Moaey oh
hand. Karl 8. Tumy, 210 GargetU
Corey Hid. tf
TOLOAN J5000 or portion on good
acreage. Want to buy good f 2000.
mortgage. t'lurk Realty Co ,
WANTED Lndy wants Lour or day
work. Phono 34J-Y. 129'
W1ANTBD Steady work on ranch
Married. o children. Peter
Young, Medrord, Oregon, lloiito 3,
Oak View. Jteferoiico. 109
UKLV WAXTK1) StAIiB
WANTED Man and wlfo on ranch.'
Mnu for general raneli work, wlfo
as cook. W. J. Harwell, 408-J 1.
WANTED 10 'li'md- ofJorsoy inifk
cow by August 1. Hoover Dairy,
WANTED Lot tho Medrord Trans
fer Co., do your moving. Phone
9S. Tran tether and Marsh pro
WANTED Four doien thorough
hrod Barred Hock pullets, hatched
Jioforo May 5th. Apply F. a.
Owen, Cnrnelt-Cnrey Hulldlng,
WANTED Socond-hnnd cook Btove
or ranso, in good condition and
ronsonubla. Address W., Care of
Mali Tribune. 109
WANTED Two or thro0 pnssongors
for trip by auto to Newport, Ore.,
about Aug. nth. Return lu about
two weeks. Phone 92C-J oveuliiKN
nftor 7. 110
WANTED 1000 lbs. or poultry
weoKiy; top pricos. Wnrnor, Wort
man & Core tr.
WAKx'BD Foathors to ronovato, old
mnitrosson ana roatbor bods mado
Into sanitary foldlnc forms. For
Maniples, Phono 19C-J, 322 East
12th nt. 124
WANTED Flxturos for storo. What
liavo you? C. A. DoVoo.
FOUND Llttlo brown iiuiiny. with
leoiinr. uwnor may have snmo by
calling at library.
STOLEN 2lx2 tout night of July
24. Llboral rownrd for informa
tion loading to location or recov
ery. W. F. lilddlo. It. F. D. 3. Ill
LAHEK AUTO BPRINO CO. W
nro operating tho largost, oldosl
and best equipped plant In tho Pa
clflc northwest. Uso our springs
whon othors rail. Sold undor guar
antoo. 20 North Flttoonth Bt.
uku. w. CHKHUY Attornoy and
Notary, Itoomn 9-10, Jackson Coun.
ty Hanlt nulldlng, ontranco N
Contral, Medford. Oro.
POHTEK J. NEFl Attornoy at law,
rooms 8 and 9, Medford Nations!
A. H. REAMES, LAWYER Qaraett
Q. M. ROnERT8 Lawyer.
sieqrora National Hank Building
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS W
collected soino accounts 14 yean
old. Wo know how to got th
money. The Huiiook Mercantile
Agency. Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 2, Has
kins' llldg., 210 E. Main st.
Dr. W. M. VAN RClOYnn
DR, O. O. VAN BCOTOO
Garnctt-Coroy Dldg., ulte
Medforo, Oro. Phono 8C(.
Collections and Reports
DR. FRANK ROHERTS DontlsL
M. F. & II. Hldg. Offioe Hoiin
8:30 to 12; 1 to 6, Phono C07-U.
Knglnoer nnd Contractor
FRED N; CUMMINds Sngtneor ant
rontraoior, 404 M, F. & II. Dldg
Survoyfl,, cfltlmatos, trrlgatlor
dralnngo, orchard and land lm
Ho it. so Movora
MEDFORD HOUSE MOVERS Wo
Move Houses, Hams, Gnragoa, Ma
chinery, Etc. Phono 488-.M, or
488-X. 012 S, Nawtown, 811 Da
kota. Instruction in Musla
FRED ALTON IIAIOHT Toncher of
piano aud harmony. Hnlght Musla
Studio, 401 Garnett-Corey Ride.,
EAD8 TRANSFER & 8TORAOE CO
Office 42 North Front Bt. Phon
316, Priced right. Sonrite guar
PhjHlclauu and hnrgcona
DR. F. O. OARLOW, DR. EVJ
MAIWB CARLOW Osteopathli
physleians, 410-417 Garnott-Core)
bldg., phone 1030-L. Residence
20 South Laurel Bt.
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopsthl
physician, 303 Garnctt Core;
building. Phone 130.
DR. J. J. EMMUNB PhysleUa an
surgeon. Practko limited to eye
ear, nose und throat. Eyes solen
tlfically tested and glasses sup
piled. Oculist and Aurist for S. P
R. R. Co. Orfleos M. F. & II. Co
bldg., opposite P. O. Phone S67
DR. It. W. CLANCY Pbyslelan an
surgeon Phones, office 38, real'
dence 780, Office hours, 10 to
12, 2 to B.
DR. MARTIN C. HARDER Physl
oian and surgeon. Otfjee Pain
block, oppoajte Nash hotel. Uoun
10 to 18, 1 to 1. Phone UO-J.
EABL S. TUMYUencrnl lnaraac
office, Firo, Autpmobllo, Accident,
Liability, Plato Glass, Contract,
and Surety Bonds, Excollent com
panies, good local Borvlco, No,
ZIP Qarnott-Corey Bldg.
OARBAQE ' Get your premises
cleaned up for tho summer. Call
on the city garbage wagona to?
good service. Phone 274-L. J
Printers and Publishers
MEDFOrtD '"i'ltlNT INO CO., has'ths
best equipped printing office In
soutborn Oregon; book blndlngi
looso leaf lodRora, billing; Byntema,
etc. Portland prices. 27 North
TWO TEIPS DAILY
S. II. Harnlflh's auto will loavo
Englo Point nt 8 A. M. and 1 P. M.
(lnlly, oxcopt Sunday; loavo Medford
9 A. M. nnd 5 r. M. Will call for
passengers at hotols In Medford and
hotels and business housos in Eagle
PIIOXI5 .1-X2 on n-x.i.
Now Daily Except Sunday.
Howard's Auto Line
Ashland and Klamath Falls
AhIiihikI Reservations Hotel
Take early car Valley !A.utr
Line for Ashland connec
tions. ICE CREAM THAT IS
Why don't you corao to try somo
ot our ICE CREAM that is different?
Just try ono ot our Dollclous or
any of our Ico Cream specialties
you will at onco notlco tho dlfforonco
you will vory easily bo ablo to tell
that our is mado from tho purest and
riohost oroum and tho best fruit
It has that dlfforont pleasing tasto
that you will romombor that will
bring you hack often.
iComo lu today and try somo REAL
INT1CKUHIIAN AOTOOAll CO,
Leave Medford lor Asbland, Talent
and Phoenix dally, excopt Sunday, at
8:00 a, ni 1:00, 2:00, 4:00 and 5:1?
p. m. Also on Saturday at 11: IS p.
m. Sundays loavo at 8:00 and 10:30
a. m. and 1:00, 2:00, 6:30 and 0:30
P. m. Lcnvo Ashland for Medford
dally, oxcopt Sunday, at 0:00 a. m.t
1:00, 2:00, 4:00 and 5:15 p. m. Also
on Saturday nights at 6:30 and
2:20. Sundays loavo Ashlund at 9:00
a. in. and 1:00, 4:30, 8:30 and 10;Ja
NOW TIME TO TRADE.
I have a 160-ncro stock ranch;
good location; 100 acres in grain,
some alfalfa. This placo recently
sold for 112,000; no Incumbrance.
Will trade for good orchard, prefor
pears, or would tako city proporty.
Would trade oven or nsaurno somo in.
cumbranco on orchard proposition.
J. C. BARNES
102 Vt Main Strwt.
Why not buy a. home now whllo
buvlng la good 7
Fine six room modem bungalow
throe sleoptnc rooms, pavumout paid,
?17oo.oo or this other on vory glOso
In, pavement about hair paid, sumo
number of rooms, $ 1700.00 or an
other ana niwaat as attraatlvo at
1 1500.00. A revival of good tlnib
will double tho prieo ot any ono ot
We hate some flue buys In large
aud small ranches, and want to tall
you about them. Call at tlio office.
208 Oaruett Corey Hldg.
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