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Mitee. 2C N'orth Flftobntb St.,
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Notary, Honms H-10, Jackson Conn-,
ty Hank lliilldlng, entrance Ni
Central, Medrnrd. Ore.
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ASHLANU Hi VICINITY
Tho bIiikIo discordant note nt the
recent banquet on Tuesday evening
was the length of some of thu
speeches, which woro strung out In
historical nlliiRloii from the iluwn of
tho Christian oru to ilio period of tho
arrival of thu Gorman submarine off
tho Virginia, eupes. Tho result was
that Hovoral of our most onilnont
speakers woro erowdod off tho pro
gram. Future lonsliunstora, In sheer
solf-dofonso and as a measure of pro
venting cruelty to banqueters, may ho
compollod to apply tho umergoni-y
brnko In tho way of llmltinR sub-cull,
hro oratory to porloiltt beginning with
five titul'iiot u.ueoding fifteen inln
ut oh, Initond of tli. maximum hour or
Miss IflllA Millar, trained nurse at
tho Plneorvillo sanitarium, lotarucd
to Iter California homo on Thursday,
after a visit at tho patoruul homo
with numerous rolntlvos.
ProL Vliilug was nocompnnlod on
his outliiK to llonvur Croolt by tliroo
liuls, Instead of "ladlos," as worded
by tho printer In thou, columns on
Wilton McXalr, assessor of Yaki
ma County, Wash., with rosldouco at
North YaUima, arrived here on
Thursdny, summoned by tho serious
Illness of his father, .litnio McNulr.
At a mooting of ills local Wilson
Ioiiruo, Wednesday ovonlnp, U. 0.
Gllmoro was elected n ileleKHte to
the stuto eonferoncu of Wilson
lenRUQH, to bu hold nt Portland. Auk
S, durtiiK "Huycrs Vook." As chalr
nnTiirMr. Ullmoro wllhTinvwthe prlvl
leo of numlitK flvo olhor delegates
u matter which ho has tMon under
ailvlseinOut. I.raudou Null probably
will bo ono, and there Is talk or tho
party making thu trip by automobile.
There was a sound of rovlrj by
night o'n Thursduy At tho HuiikhIow,
tho Moose order having boon espec
ially Invited to Htttmd the social event
(Mrs. V. h. Camps whs a visitor
early In the wwk with th family of
Charley Logan, her son, at Yreks.
Loral thoator-Boora sr witnessing
the speotactilHr "Mirth of Xstlou"
prodiiotion, whloh Is being exhibited
nt tho Page, in Medford, tho last
threo days of tho prasont week.
Tho stamp mill at tho Ashland
initio will ho rebuilt and the property
equipped with new ninchluory, which
will be run by electricity, en n tracts
having been entered Into with the
CullforulaOreKon Power Co., fop cur
rout to the oxtout of 200 horse iower.
Tho site of the new mill Is soweH hat
winovetl from that of tho one de
stroyed. 'Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgs U. Skeon have
boon over in the vicinity ef Mantugne
this uoek, wlluesslug how harvesting
operation are condHeted oh a big
Northern California rauth. of which
Uielr sou-lu-law, llud ISryuut, Is the
lessee, and theiu son. LyNii. U media
ulBlau. Or the 1&00 acres la grain,
1000 acres are in wheat and &Q0 in
barley. The combined harvesting
iHuohliiery euta from 30 to 10 .acre
per day, steam power belug used.
Mrs. J. J. Murphy has rsturuwl
from a twe-weeks oatln. at th
family rsach In the Dead Indian sec
tion. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Mrthy
and other relatives accompanied her.
Allen Ugv. city reeidant sad
owner of the Western Star mine In
California near (laselle, is uegoUat
lug for the sale of th property to
Kew York caultaMsts,who are visit
ing tb coast.
The Sanders grtu houses en Ne
tada street have been enlarged until
tfiey caver nearly 50,000 wiuare feet
yf eiac. tfh-y r owned b Will
9-ivInr rrno of til sextette of
brothers, who 3r8 engajjed In flori
culture, crdonlusand dsirlng her?
(sVOJta. TtiB iMu d.afttion conrjhjttid
(tTwrtS R llarJr & (P' 0 In the
luEur.e, rer tli cetol"1!" 121
l haij ttfn cleSrSd up. ll5)?ftts
naeto tJ.-lli. and EaiturMi
ifi9ifi. Simon KDcgirts. the
Urgeot it. nt wa ubrtptlon-,
St,7. 9h kills e;i queen oonua
netted 31.72. ?e aiet -M-nnse
Item was for bands, 70. Th. sum
of $:nu was apportioned to ihe
round-up i-oclatiou and . lUe
nmount for fireworks. The king and
queen floats cost $177.
On AugUHt 1, the uinnaKomont of
the, Columbia llotol will bo ussumSd
by Mrs. II. S. Wilson, in plneo of
Mrs. C. K. Davis, tho procent leasee.
Mrs. Kinnm Ashlitrom.wlfe of con
ductor l'rcd AshlBtrom of tho South
ern Pacific, hns gone to California
for a visit, accompanied try her two
United States District Attorney
Clnninco ltonmea of Portland wits In
towit on Wednesday, returning from
Sun Knm.lsrt), where ho Iijid beQli.pij
official busluesH ruuuouUul with tho
notorious l'utcr laud fraud ense.
iN'ols Tlioiniwon went t,o Portland
on' Wednosilay to rotiiru with his
wife, who has boon III In a hospital
thora. ( '
airs. OoorKo W. Dunn returned
from McMlnnvillq on Wotluostlny,
where hIio hnd beou etillotl to attend
tho funeral of her mother, Mrs.
"Ashland tho lloHUtlful" is tho
title or u song lilt Just off the prose,
both words and music by Professor
Henry 0. Gllmoro of this city. Tho
tltlo pnge Incorporates the familiar
glass or lit li Id water, also m on grav
ing of n typical park sotting by way
of lllustrntion, reinforced by tho of
flclifl slogan, "Ashland Grown While
Lithla Klows," ns submitted by ,Mrs.
0. Winter. Tho song Is dedlrnt.d to
"My (lootl rrlond .lohn M. Kcoit!, of
POitlnnd, Ceneral PnRsoiiK.r Agent
or thu Southorn Pnclflc," which rail
iii lil system has adopted tho song
.for' Kcnerul tlreulatlon ' throughout
tho country, rscoRnlr.Ing In Its word
ing, music and sonHniont. u compo
sition of o.irn'ordfirnr.v merit. The
Initial edition will be to. ono copies.
II. P. Cnmnholl Is now associated
irith.M. C. Islington In the realty J
business, with offices on Oak street.
ltuv. II. A, Cnrnahau una In Jled-
ford Thursday evening, taking-jiart
In tho services Incident to the instal
lation of Ilev. A. J. Hogg as pastor
of the Presbyterian church of that
K. .1. Smith and Chnrloy Lindsay
started on Thursday for Ilonausa, to
bo gono a weok or more. They went
by auto over the Green Sprints
mountain route, and tnoK along a
loud of fruit to barter to tho natives
P. It. Wntson, lwrk commissioner,
has reelguod, an action which marks
another chapter in the dissensions
which have arisen between the va
rious bureaus of our municipal gov
ernment, notably the roal genuine
park board and the springs lomiiiUr
stoH, whieh sought to assunio undo
authority, as has been alleged. The
mayor will fill the vacancy, or per
haps, the council.
Cheater SUvenun or tho Studio,
AslilBiul, la away for a month's vaca
tion trip to Crescent City, golug by
auto ami areotopanteri by bis family.
II. L. Whlted was lted third
vlco-presldeut of the Oregon Itetsll
Jeweiors' Assoetatlon In racant ses
sion at Albany. Dallas, the place of
the neat meeting, anjd C. II. Morris
of that city Is president.
The families or a. K Klnuey and
W. B. Beebe are eamiHnc la an ideal
spot oa the mouHtaina wear 84ski)ou
station. Mr. and Mrs. J. . Itug
home of 8km Kranclsco. have taken
furnished apartments near them. The
me observe huuklug houit vtlthla
city limit:, but later la the d- ar
to be found tenting on the old camp
EM FOMr EAGLETS
By A. C Uoifiat
(i Monilav, the I7ib init William
Von der Hfllen and tauiib, utroiu-
: anted b hi Oioiher. Senator li Yen
der Helton's wife and C V. M( lot) re
lf and -iBti. MU Alice M(lutre.
s'rt&l from here about the o'clock
u tliD morniuK and mai.e the roo
trip to Cifer like and baek They
went to within about on and oae
balt mlle of the lake with Qhetr
autos, hut had to walk o r the snow
the rest of the dleiaate ThP mk .
in soma places, was Id rc' ! -!'
Thv were partkularlv n1oi- io
KO at thai lime sh Mian Mic Mr
lutjre as fi iUiiuu ot ctiBo
the groat lnko nnd benutiful scenery
surrounding It, as well as all along
the route, ns she hnd planned to
start on Iter return trip in tho uoar
future. Miss Alicu started tho fol
lowing Wednesday for hor homo In
Illinois, via California, where b!io
contemplates npondlng sumo tinto
with friends, along the route
Ucorgo Chlldreth and family camo
out from their homo in .Medford last,
Saturday to visit his brother, Wosloy
L. Chlldreth our town blacksmith.
William liutlor, ono of our progros
sho 'njiiV hustling farmors, has been
wotting lumber to build a now barn
on hU;tduco between lioro nnd
HnivnkDoro. Ho Is bust!) engaged
iiqw at this writing running his
binder nnd getting ready to start his
Chnrles Wright of Talent wan hero
last Saturday ivsltlng Mr. .1. T. Zlin
morly, tho proprltur of tho I'anner's
'Miss ISdlth Lowls of Prospect ca,un
out Saturday on tho ISuglo Point
Persist auto stage to visit her aunt,
Honry Trusty tho mall contractor,
on the ICagle Point-Persist route, re
ported that Mr. Sundur's house on
151k creek was hurtled Saturday
morning. They wore not able to
save much of tho household goods.
I did not learn if lie carried any In
surance or tho amount of tho loss. It
iimturn mm vruii quiiii n iiiiiiny on ins j
hands and will provo to be a severe
los to him.
Miss Until Lumsden and her slstor,
Nell." of Derby, Mrs. Charley lln'con
nnd two boys and Her sister, Miss
Nadu Molnlyro of Medford camo (in
Saturday evening to spend the night.
Sunday was quite a bus day In
and around ICagle Point, for that day
the big 121k creok resort Has formally I
opened to the public and the street
through our town, leading thereto,
seemod to be lined with autos of
ovory kind, from midnight Saturday
to 8 m. in. SundHy morning and the
P. & IS. had aiiuounoed an excur
sion to Untie Kails on that Sunday
and that took nine of our eltlsens
from hero. The station agent here,
Mr. Newport, told inu there were
ninety tlckots sold for the trip and
that would mean SI from Medford
and along the route from there to
this place. And then there was the
Klamath Falls-Medfnrd ball game,
and that look quite a number of tho
sporting class from our midst, but
still wo had at the Muunysldo Mr.
and Mrs. .1. W. Snlilor, tho people,
who furnish the people or Medford
with milk and his brothor-lu-law,
iir, ifrrQ. Frederick. Mr. Frederick
Is the man who had such a time
getting a minister to perform the
marriage ceremony for 1st us. As he
was too busy teaching school at the
time to ooute over and en gage me to
Ho the knot, he sent his intended
bride and after the ararugamant waa
all made to have me meal them at
the Table Hock station, April SO.
lttll, the)' missed the train. At that
time the train left Med ford at S a.
hi. They then had a race to over
take his with a team en my way to
Antleeh. When I came hack and
met the two witnesses they had
brought on, we weut to the big (ma
ture belouglug to the V. L. p. Co.,
and pronounced thm man and wife.
They hare nut forgotten it, wlillo he
was here, being the first time we
luvtf.iHr sluve that memorable vo
cation. Mr. and Mrs- Holph Elden,
the fertiliser man. their two children
and tvo young men, whom I did not
kiwv, h fin si present.
yVe hid a little sensation created
in our ton Saturday night. Our
un m.rshal Is proving to be a live
ir, for he sts up until a late hour
to ftstth the speeders In their autos,
lso4 It appear, according l the com
'plaint, (bet one Ktetett Dabaik as
tdsthioe tbroucb ton about 1 a. m,
'Sands) morning, and the marshal
lld he l&ouaht he was going about
SO miles n hour, without any lights,
so he qutetieatopped him, and took
him' before the town recorder, and
Mr. Dehack pleaded that he had M
important eiiKSgetuent In KUmalh
Fall, aud tlit- llmt- tor the ( gaa t
'come u. a tixed lor a , lneeday,
mhcii m. iu probably har a fraf
dlllitv !';'! !
j C Kell took out a loud of tree
'i'Ixvi- fioiu 1 1. t i 1 1 1 1 . t ar.l Men
day nnd Mr. L K. Hank and A. 13.
Strang, also bought n load ouch, of
lumber to use on their farms.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. MIoholl, who
live near thb newly-discovered copper
mine, word in town Monday, and so
was Unpliol Gardner nnd wife, with
two chlldrou and Mrs. Yordo May
horn nnd while hero tho last two
named, romalnod with' me their subs
to tho .M, T.
K. L. Srylo. the popular siilofiiniui
for li, Dlnkolsplul aud Co., of Snu
KrauclHco, called on tho firm of
George Ilrowu and Soim, TutMilny
Ah I bonrd tho P. & K. In Honrch
for ItoniH of. Interest to the reudura
of Thu Mull Trlbuno 1 mot Mr. Al
Trod I'owors of Oakland, Ore., nnd
lieu II. Williams of tho University
of Oreiton, Kugeue. Tlmy woro on
their way to Crater Luke. They hnd
stnrtod from Kiigeuo, wont to Coos
liny, nnd trttveled from thoro to tho
iiiciii t li of tho Itogtie rlvar, up tho
Itoguu to Medford and wore going to
see Crater Lake, Port Klamath and
return to Oakland through thohllls,
via the Uinpqua routo. Mr. Powers
Is taking pictures for the varluus
sconlo beauties along his routo and
Blithering data and material for
luagaaluo articles. Tliey seemod to
bo luuu of n fine uppenrauco nnd
quite IntolllMnt. The train sturtbil
while wo woro talking, so I was
stopped short, or I would have
learned mora of what Mr. Wtlllntus,
wns out for, hut they wero combin
ing buMlueas with pleasure.
William YVulch and A. M. Ilutlor,
who at this time, aro on tha Miho
llauley raucli, and Chillies Gllmoro
aud A'rchey IVirker uiul threo otlier-s
were here at i(oou Tueeday.
,Molvln Illeeelier and bis son, T.
It., of Central Point, were In town
stopping at the Kaiim-i's Hotel Mon
Mrs. L King, bo has spent seve
ral months with her daughter, Mrs.
It. W. lClden, left for her home in
Itockford, ill., on Saturday.
Thu headers have been busy In
this neighborhood aud fine stacks bf
grain are waiting to be threshed.
A number of Willow Springers at
tended the picnic In Central Point
and listened to the talks of co-operation,
given by Dr. MePheraou, Pro rot
so r IteJmnr, C. C. Cute nnd a number
(Mr. and Mrs. K. Tompkins vlsltpd
Grants Pass in company with Air.
Ueorge L. Trlehler.
Mrs. II. O. Atlanta, aiaier of Mrs.
Sam Anderson, loft Monday for her
home In Portland, after spending a
pleasaul week with the Anderson
Mrs. s. M. Miner waa a Mediord
visitor on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Law spout Sun
day at the K. T. Xewkin much In
the Table Hoc illatrlot.
Mlsa Doris Hugloy of liogue KDer
Is visiting with Mr. W. D. Thoma
ses Mr. and Mrs. Prank lalier drove
to Central I'olat ou Tuesday.
The J. W Kldu family aud Misa
Jonea spent Hunday aUarnoou at the
home of Mrkhota'a.
Judge til I more and wife of Itogue
ltlver. were wak egd guests of
P. W. Stouts.
The haliiiK irea1s buiy st A. V.
Carlseg's at thU writing.
Hmiii.tt ! 'ii .'inl Mi-- Winder
kluih of Tiiiini fie Mvtltoi 1 i-,iUii
-Irx. VVi'li.un "intg od daughter
visibrd Mc.'n.i, xtio TuU-Ht Wedn
day. MiM Liiiiiu- KtJ-rDh of North Tal
ent wa in i'liuanu Wcdiu-da.
Urn. WiIl.iib Curlu - .n.it Mr.
WMr v i-itrd live, linger Weiioos-
Mrs. (I. C. JJetlain of 1'ho.nig i
vieMnv t rm. H. tavUff a tais
( -I- t- V "H-f-f. -
Th"-l- 'i.i l'lllllH'd lit A-lllllMll !ll!ll
.itli'l..;. , l.illii , llylil 1, ill 111
e - mm - - wai-M-OlMnip
weir: Mep. fntiiiun, MorHC, llold
ritlgi', High, lUilioi'ts, Slnncliffe, Jn
coIim, Oslinnn, Stump, Smith and
StPiluim, while mnny olltora liail Hta
"on tlckots anil went on the enr encli
.Mr. nnd Mra. 15. .Inculw ami Mr.
nnd Mn. Nmli Plinutller visited tho
A si i la nil iiilmm lust Suiuluy.
Jlri. I K. Furry wn uiuutig I huso
from IMioonix who I'ltiupeil nt Clmtt
Inmimi. A 1 111111 Huso mill fiunily left Tlunx
ilny uioiiiiiur Tor Kliiiuiiili I'oiiul.y oil
n trip, cfltithiiiitig pjisiiiOHn willi pFeiui
Mr. mtil Mr. 'B. 0. KrmM will lie
over froin Wood, Ciil., AiiiimI 10 nml
will purfluiMu n.KiirtJ ir Imlbru tliuy
iftiirn. Mr. Kcn Ims lind lite coit
Irnel Tor five cull agon at WceiK
Culver Furry l luiiiliug liii lulled
Iiiij to markel IliU week. Tliej- have
nlmut fifty (mm Imlod,
Jlrn. C. Ciuey still Iiiih ii fow of
thiiHe fiill-lilooded light llraliiiin pill
The lnlieH' Aid met with Mr, .loliu
Oruffen Tliumdnv nnd h very enjoy.
Mbit' lime waa lind.
An iiiito aceldont oceurred a( (lit
liriilac iicrtiKx Aiideinu mining itiee
Yi'diiiMiliiy about :t p, m. wlieu h
foiir-cylindw Overliind owned by
I'mnk T. SaiutoM or AkIiImiiiI null
driven by liiiu suiaslied into Ilio cud
railing of I ho bridge. The car wiin
badly wrwked. A wimnnV veil wna
found nt the plm-e where llie pliuiia;
wbm lined lo eaU u jitney In conic JM
und get them. This iudicnltil thai u
woman yi fftli Uie purty. How
arar, the car wns ifii Uie ott Jde or
tho road which bespoke n nnlkv
driver. Sandei wax not inclined Ui
tnlk and no one known ju io Dm
accident Iiiihii(hI. However, it wns
more than lucky that no one wum
killed with the force of the impact of
that ear with the cement railing of
i i a-.-H-w
Wliy Smoke tilt Clum-ji
When La Goudaa aro only lOo
Notllto of Slieiirr'M Snlo t?iulr Hut.
Allda It. Miner, aa Bxecutrtx of the
state of Kdgar li. Miner, Deoeased,
Victor Bono, Delia lleno, husband
uud wire, et al. defendants.
(Ity virtue of an e.eoiitkJii and
order of sale duly Issued out of and
under (he seal of the Circuit Court
or tho Slate of Oregon In and tor
the County or Jackson, datod tho
XOth day or June, 1U1G, In n certain
suit therein, wherein the plaliitirr
above named recorded it Judgment
against the defendant Vlrtor lleno,
on tho it lib day of Juno, ID 1(1, for
the sum of three thousand sixty-five
(J3.IIB.1) dollars with interest there
on from the -Otli day of February,
Itilt, at the rate of 0 per eont per
minimi ami three liundriHl (800)
attorney'M fee and Ilio furllisr shim of
llt.Mi costs, which Judgiuent was
enrolled and docketed in the clerk's
office of said uourt in said county on
the -lib day or June. 1-10, aud Is
of record In volume 1 1 of the Circuit
Court Jeunial at pages IS--o there
of. Public iioti-o hi hereby given, that
In pursuance to the commands of
aald execution and order of sale, I
will on Saturday, tho lUlb day of
July, lvltf, at the hour or 10 o'clock
a. iu. at the front door at the court
house In Jacksonville, Jackson goun
ly Oregon, offer for sale and will
soil ut nubile auction, subject lo re
demption as Is by law provided, all of
the right, title aud Intel ost of the de
fendants bad ou the date of the
mortgage, herein foreclosed or have
since acquired or now have in and to
the following described real prop
The fractional southeast quutter of
Section 17, and the fraatloaal south
west quarter of Section 88, and the
west half of tha northwest quarter
of Secttou -.'.; also an undivided one
In if Interest In and to tha oast half
of the uortheasi quarter of Section
at and lot 7 In Section 97. all of
said described land being In Town
ship 36 South of Range S, West of
the Willamette Medldlau, and con
taining In all '-'06 acres more or less,
located in Jackson County, State of
Said shove described landm will be
sold as per "i ioviionx of the de
ars rendered In the above-entitled
tfmm to sim tii. iiiiiyuient, at
torney's ft-, Ljet aud accruing
coats of sale
Dated this 37th day of June. 1UIQ.
0 W. H. SIN'ULKK.
IJy B. W Wi'.uii Dn.iiiv.
ium hi i m iti:tn:
nd nAl.K improved 40-acre ranch
..ll.i f.l. (' . ddie -- K V. II
Hunt. i.o t , Mi dluid. 1 l
i4toV if rrim -, th " ; "
OWr; m r-i-ww wmui x
Wtj$TvflLU HIS HfyT PUfVT37 8
FOIt UEN- noosKa
FOR HUNT Furnished 8-room
house for family of two. 719 IJen
aiott uvo. Phono 12X-lt. 110
FOIl HUNT B-room furnlshod Iioubo
cheap. Phono 021MV
FOIX BALB -MlS-lWiIiATnCOUR
good tiros. Has not been used
vory much. Price reasonable.
Phone 103-11. 110.
FOIl HALIfi Coluinbln blcycln. piano
.Ludweg; sowing maohlno Do
iliofltlc; largo rug; an electric
Stove; Home housohold nrtlclos. W.
F. Shields. It S Holly, or nddroxs
box W. F. 8. Mull Trlbuno. 110
FOIt SALW Hoes. Twonty BwnrntB,
hlvori and siipora mostly filled with
miction Itouoy. J..0U per swnrm,
quick snlo. Ill
FOIt 8LIS 1D1-I Mnxwoll, Just ov-
- orhniiled mid in flno shnpo; good
tiros, llox cr, Mhll Tribune. 110
FOIt SALIC Ilanrdloss bnrloy straw
by slack or load. Also nplondld
hog pasture for rant. Call 732.12
FOIt SALK Hudson flvo passongor
unto In good condition, now tires,
oluotrle lights, cheap. Apply 1207
W. Main streot. 108
FOIt BALK Sumo furniture.
FOR SALK Alfalfa
j " ',; ' --mi
FOR SALK Flrst-olam 1000-pound
span mules. Young, goalie. John
Doadmoud, Wutklns, Oro. 100
F6R BALW Choleo litter of thor
oughbred Duroc Jorsuy plgu with
registration papers. Price vory
ronsouahle. Apply to A. II. Case,
Phono 571 -Ui.. 112
FOR SALIC Forty hogs 12 weighing
about 100 pounds, 20 weighing
about 00 to 75 pounds, bu lance
weighing 25 to 10 pounds. Four
tnlleh cows, all first class milkers.
Phone SI i-L. Ill
WANTI8D Lady wants hour or day
work. Phone 844-Y. UK'
WA.VT1SD- -Steady work ou ranch
Married. Vo children. Pater
Yunug, Medford, Oregon, Route 3,
Oak View. Reference. 100
HUM' WA.Vl'KI) atALK
WANTKD -Man ami wire on ranch.
Man for general ranch work, wife
as cook. W. J. Hnrtsell, IfiS-.l 1.
WANT1SD10 head of Jersoy milk
cows by August I, Hoover Dairy,
WANT15D Let tha Medford Trnn
far Co., do your moving. Phone
B5. Traiifelher and Marsh pro
prietors. 1 1 3
WANTICD Second -hand cook stove
or rsiia. iu good condition aud
roasouabUi. Addreaa W., Cure or
Mall Tribune. IOU
WANTICD Two or threo passengers
for trip by auto to Newport, Ore.,
about Aug. lh. Return in about
two weeks. Phone IXS-J evenings
after 7. 110
WANTKD--1000 Iba. of"puultry
weekly; top piiues. Warner, Wort
man & Gore. tf.
WANTKD Feat hero to renovate, old
mattrassos and feather beds made
into sanitary folding forms. For
sum plea, Phono 110 -J, 312 ICaat
12th st. 121
wT Fixtures for atoreTlvimt
have youT 0. A. DaVue.
MONKT TO IOA
MONICY TO LOAN
Have money to
Jean mum elty and couutry pi-op-
riy. quieg service. Maney on
hand, ffiarl 8. Tumy, 210 UarnatV
Corey Hid?. (f
TOLOAN 1&00 ar porlluu on goad
acreage. Want to bn KO-d 308.
mortgage. ('in'. Unltj Co,
STOLKX -24x12 teot nlsht Of July
5M Liberal retard fp Informa
tion leading to lor t Ion or recov
ery. W. F. Biddle. H. K. D. 3. Ill
APS RUe-KFK.a , 8TORAGH 00
Office 4' North Front st. Pho
SIS i'i. es ilc'it tTlco gun-aatued.
POIlTRIt J. MR FF- Attorney nt law,
rooms S and 0, Medford Nntlnnsl
.r.B7"u A MMiT LA W Y IBIt OorsotU
G. M. ROlirCRTS Lawyer.
llodford National Dnk nnllding.
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS Wa
colloctcd soino accounts 14 jonrs
old. "Wo know how to got tha
money. Tho Dtuiock Mercantile
Agency. Iua. Rooms 1, , S, Has
kins' Bltlg., 210 K. Main st
Dr. W. M. VAN BCOTOO
DR. O. C. VAN BCOTOO
Garnc.tt-Corcr Dldg., ulte Slfl
Mcdforo. Oro. Phono 8ti.
Collect lens nnd llenorts
DR. FRANK ROHI2RTB - Dentist.
At. F. II. Hide Offlra Hours
8:30 to .12; 1 to C. Phono C07-R.
KnglHccr and Contractor
contractor, 401 M. F. & II. Dldg.
Surveys,, estimates, Irrigation
drnlnngo, orchard and land Ira
OARIIAGH Get your promises
cleaned up for tho summer. Csll
on the city garbage wagons for
good service. Phone 271-L. r.
MKDFOltD HOU8IC MOVKRS Wo
Move HouHos, IlHrnH, Gnrnges. Ma
chinery, Ftc. Phono 1SS-M, or
4SS-X. 012 S. Newtown. 811 Da
kota. -TTifT-. iii: . -a t ! i' i iiisihi - -. --!
Instruction In Music
FRUD ALTON ilAiGHTTenciicrVt
phttin and hnrmony. Ilalght Mu&lo
Studio. 401 (larnott-Corcy Dldg.,
UARL S. TUMY General Insurnnce
orflce, FIro, Automobllo, Accldant,
Inability, Plata Glass, Contract,
nnd Surety Ilonds. KxcoHont com
panies, goad local service. No,
210 (larnott-Coroy llldg,
I'liyslcluns nnd Cargroos
OR?"ii (i? oaulow, mC bva1
MAINS CARLO W Osteopathia
physicians, 41C-417 Garnett-Corey
bldg., phono 103G-L. Rosldencg
20 South Laurel st
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopathia
physician, 803 GarnnttCorey
building. Phone 130.
DR. J. J. KMMICNS Physician anfl
stirnoon. Practice limited to eyo,
ear, nose nnd throat. ISyes scion
tirioally tested and Kinases surn
plloil. Oculist nnd'Aurlst for 8 P.
R. It. Co. Offices M. V & )l Co.
bldg., opposlto P. O. Phono 007.
DR. It. W. CLANG V Physician and
surgeon PbnnM), offlro 3C, rssi
donco 780. Office hours, 10 to
12, 2 to 6.
mi. maiitin li. iiAliniCR Physi
cian and surgeon. Offlco Palm
blook, oppostto Nash hotel. Hours
10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phono 110-J.
Printers nnd IMihllshers
MHIDFORD PRINTING CO., has the
best rqulppod printing offlco In
Boulhoru Oregon; book binding,
looso leaf ledgers, billing systems,
eta Portland prices. 27 North
NOW TI.MK TO TUADK.
I have a ICO-noro stock ranch;
good location; 100 acres In grain,
soino alfalfa. This plaeo recently
Mild for $ 12,000; no Incumbrance.
Will trade ior good orchard. proTer
pears, or would tako city promrty.
Would trade oven or assume some in
euinbrauoa ou orchard proposition.
J. C. BARNES
Wii West Main BtroeL
Why not buy a home now whllu
buying la good?
Fine slg rcm i-dera ItuDMalov
tkrtt -kpls v)is, pavtment paid,
t70B.8 r thi. 4her ono vary e!M
In, pa vet en t .Unit half pall, mm
number of rooms, J1700, sr (Mp
other one almost aa attractive $t
J 1500.0(1. a revival or good (list
will double the price or any om ojj
We have ho in. fine luvs In largo
and small rU'iioi, .unl want to tell
you about them. Call at tha office,
il.snielt t'orev 1 1 1 iJ -