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ASHLAND UND VICINITY
A hpihv of (ilil-liino trionils held n
jnint iMcnic in Ijtliin park lnxt Fri
day, dinner licinir mtvimI la'tiruth the
utnbroKoonH ulinric on the JtidwHy,
laiKMiit!u, HkirtiiiK Hie ImldiliiiK Wiook.
Ahioiik Hit-iNlou'ii visitors wore
Mm. I'm nk Ilimty or Sou Prnurinpn,
fomwrly Minn Oi-are Iloui'k of thin
pity; Mr. and Mrs. Jewe Houck of
Mwlford; Mm. fc !fc Mtrrik or I.uh
Anfite, datinliter of Mi-m Mnrtlin
OiHtttin or Anhlaml; Mm. Donnelly of
Hnti Prmwiwo, daughter of Mm. El
)0J GiddiiiKH of lliin city; niid Mr.
nnd Mm. Otto KiiMt of Ariulicim, Cal.
I.rnl mrti(M were Mr. and Mm. K.
V. Cnrtor, Mr. and Mm. K. I). Wajr
iier, Mr. and Mm. II. I Wliltrd ami
daughier, Marjorie, Mr. ond Mm. 0.
0. RulMiika, Mr. and Mm. .1. M. Wag
ner, Mm. lilialinlli Van Kant and
Ml.s ,ydin MoCall.
J Caldwell, one- of the Pondllnn
liuckaroo Imnuli, Iibh juat relnrnil
from Uamda, whure lis won additional
honnri) in vomidiip ovnta liy annexingj
the bHflkiHff (Htnteat at the Mihihu
Ii. S. Drown, of (ho Aahland Trad
ing Co., in again in Cauadtau terri
tory on a trip to Hritinh Coltutihin
lognniinir an iiupoitnut liiinineHH
Orvilltf OllBk, who alartwl a wi-ek
or m ago oji a hiVti for Crater hake,'
aaif aerrtHijtanfi'd home laat Friday
far tKfc Skltinlaynd' Sunday holiday
liy Orn and 1'Mirur (Inrwood, childron
of'4rioii "Uwrwood o( Ojb (fymry
Mm. Is'ute ICIng, of Merced, Cnl., ik
neweil the Mco.uaiutaiice here of Mr.
and .Mm. K. E. Miller lunt Saturday,
wliile on her rutin n home from a vixit
to her won in Portland.
Mm. It. P. Noil nnd her aixter, Mixx
Anna Hargrove, leave thi- week for a
leugthy eiiMlern trip which nuiv ex
tend aa far n Benton. The wbjeet-of
the tour ia to vixit relativea and in
cidentally view hc Atlnntie aeaboard
by way of conipariMon with the l'a
Hv. It. V. Taylor, paator of the
Cotmreyfttioaall chureh, and Ma
wife, bare returned from Port hind,
where they have been for ome tuue
Mat during the vacation aeaaott.
They have trtMed aome prpertv near
Mwlford for Portland holdingx, which
affonla fhem n metrutolitan n-xidenee
whenei'er faney dictates a journey
to the melroHliM.
Mm. Aflee MeDnnifl) leave thia
wetfK fur W'aabington io reside at
IMKnfrftoiu, where her mom Kay i in
tit gamge butiiien.
(2e. Kramer and family are home
" ftra their pleaaure trip which extend
ed m far tturtb an Itritiah Colum
bia. They wew alo ut Bay View,
Ru4'kaw.i IWaeb and other ocean re
tort, and viaite4 relativea at Kaleni.
Aa agent of the Southern Pacific,
Kramer waa ahuwn notable attention
by railway official at tbe leading
I). P. Hue ha u-4wented ahip
meuta at! eharriea to Hawaii to wad
ing eaaeM of lithia water to Honolulu
Urn. Wendell Phillip of Uwiaton,
' Idaho, i vuitiug friend in the fam
ily of II. M. Sbottdy, aeeowpaaied
by her two ehildren.
Archie Eubanka and Meredith
iWver are home from their eampinv
trip to Uke of (he Wood.
Aa book aa the alot inachinea can be
changed, drinking euna at the foun
tain wUl be five cent each instead
f one oenl a at nvxent. Huttn
nud woMher will be So longer a legal
Jack Dnl, tirarv WIN Far
go agent here durinK the absence of
Manager Appluate. return to Mel
ford Aug. 1- lauding the clinnjp? to
foitter nanditiooa, Dan ba been elw
trifyint hi friend by recountuig
how fhe eipreaa buiw, railruudm?
and the prohibition movement are
handled down eat.
Mr. on5 Mm. W. 8. Riehard- and
their tko, Ma Ilayo. returned to
Albany on Hut tirday, after a month'
atay in Ahland. Mr. Hchurd i
foreman of a chair factory in bi
Anion;- n. .rrn.il Miidint-, nt uriimi;
Inane tor ili -'mi.iid r a. iln.i.. M.il I
Stotl vL S.iiio '..ilJev, ill ace J(a -
1M ! I H 11 W I fc .! WM ,!. ,1 I I I II I Hill II I I II 111. I , llWlMM M Bill
liollr., of Medford, and Voila Hmi -er
of thin city anivod oa Saturday
froin Chico, Cal., where they took the
ftiiuiiticr course. Winifred Spencer
and Pina Ilenedirt, both of Ashland
have fininht-d , the eoume nl Mon
mouth. Local employee of the Ualnk'ava
Copper Co., at Coram, Cal., repart
that the cortMiriiHoii haa voluntarily
increaNed tliu pay ."0 mtnt-i per di',
thu n (M od (ompeimntion to prevail
during-tho picpnt higii pHce of cop
IHr. The wogua of 'id I) irmn are af
fected. .1. I.. Calvert, hnnlwnrn donler and
cont motor of Omnia Pam, luia been
viaiting recently at (leo. X. Auder
mniM, on North Main atreet. Ilia
wife, who ia n sinter of Mm. Andcr
aon, nccomimiiicd him. Mr. Calvert
eonlinuod hi trip to Montague on
u huKincH miwHiou.
A uieotingor IIih inen'a organiantion
will he held in the PrcHbyterian
church on Monday evening, .lulv 31.
A nniue of the clnli will be adopted
and other bu-dfioH will lie trauanct
ed, not overlooking the aocial fea-
Chauffeur flmor of the Tidinga
garage, Iwa a fine now MtudonbokHr
ear, the old International harvester
having been put ont of ooramiaaion
by the combined webtht of tbe npr1uga
eommiHNioner in addition to MoCor
mick and Scott of the Southern Pa
cific, who have been touring thexe
part a exteiiNivcly lately.
Mm. Surah Cpdegraff reliiuptih
ed inanngwneut of (he Hotel AkIiIiumI
dining room laat Snturduy.
W. A. Preeborg returned from l,ftx
Augelcrt.laat Friday-, after viictin
there nearly three month with hi
daughter, Mm. Irma Muroitiaon.
Mm. June Co ran of Manaaaa. Vir
gink, ia trying to learn the where
about of her aon, who left Wnh
iturton, I). C, in 1002, intondinir to
locate in either Aahland or Medford.
A party of neiirlv a doron, chap
cronetl by Mr. and Mm. C. It. Iam
kiu and Mr. and Mm. F. J. Khinn,
acaled the aummit of Mt. Aahland
J. Unyd McNair, formerly in the
drug huaiueNM here, now reidea ut
law Augale. Cal.
Dr. and -Mm. W. E. Illaka loave
thia weak in their family ear for a
three-week outing in northern Ore
gon, viaiHng relatives at Albany, Cor
vallbi and Portland.
I.Ht I'ridny IIm n;w auto bu of tha
Hotel Aiiatiu made it fimt appear
ance iu active xervice. ItM a Htn
debuker and will accommodate a dos
Judge and Mm. Calkin of Medford,
were viaitora on Hunday with Mr. and
Mm. W. II. Hay.
W. T. Veighte returned Thumdny
from a winter' atay in California.
Kailroud men report active opem
tiona on the Southern Pacific croaa
ing at Itailey kill, where the Pacific
highway will eroaa under the railroad
Uttead of tU grade. 'Die im-tro'e-raent
wHI be expensive, eotuig in
the neighborhood of 1.1,000 of which
amount tbe Southern Paeitie will a
ume mo( of the expense. 'Ilie work
will be eoinplcted inide of three
C.U. Veghlaleft forKugene Friday
on a buxinvH trip which may be -extended
David Ivy, a blacksmith formerly
in the employ of the H. P. here, re
turned lat week from Kuccnc, where
be hu been t'oi koiiic tuue lut. Hi
tuy here i iiidcluiitc.
EAGLE POINT EAGLETS
By A. C Howlett
Bob Verlili k, ihe inun abo ha
the atoro at I'uiou cuek, on tbe
Crater Lake road, imstud through
here tbe middle of the week on hU
way out with a truck load of goad
for the store. H aatd tint tha road
m In fine aaM moat of ihe way
Married. Moadav. July SI, Mr.
Shvrman Woeley of rJagkt Point and
MtM Nelli ih of Bn4t KatU.
Married, ut tbe reatdenae of the
officiating mlnUtar, Rev. L. L. Sim
mon. Jul 35. Mr. LouU Coy and
Mik iarl Ar.n.i. both '( Kaule
I'otut Tin l)ii)l- ! xi-l-r of Mr
J S Quaikiiil'Uih, vi't- oi the lure-
man on the A. Corbin orchard, and
Mm. Coy la one of the popular young
women of thla faction and her hu
band has Jutt entered In the age of
manhood, having been married on
hit Hat birthday, and I Understand
that tho bride la In her 17th year.
Their many friend hare are wishing
them a long ami ptaaneruui juumey
Huv. L. L. Sliiunond started for
llutle Falls shortly after the mar
rtage to uaslit In oondiiatlng a pro
traotad moot thore.
Tfc W. SlaMer, our town barber,
and watch repatrer, who has been
away from his place of business for
about two weeks, returned last
Wednoeday. During his absence Mr.
William Whitman filled his .lc aa
F. J. Ayres anil vir0 were among
the visitors In our town Wednesday.
William ltntlnr and .Varragou anil
son hnve each been hauling lumber
from tha lumber yard since last re
port. William Mansfield, ono of the
deputy game wardens, passed
through on the P. A 1?. railroad for
Derby and the surrounding country,
Mrs. Aden Tyrral of Ik creek
paasod through hero last week and
on Monday evening tha friends of
the family gave them a surprise
party at the homo of her fafhar-ln
law, Mr. J. II. Lyrrell, where light
refreshmuntH, Including cuke, Ice
crean., etc., were served and my In
formant tells me that they had a
regular old-faahlnued jolly good
time. The people In that Lost creek
country know just how to liavo a
good time when they get together,
for they are one of the most soclablo
neighborhoods In tlin ooituty.
Air. J. W. Street, the man who Is
supplying the schools In tha county
with school supplies, was with ua
aaaln Thunutay and so waa 8. II.
liarnlsh, Henry Turesty and two
H. J. Hanvor, one of tha U. 8.
fish hatchery man. waa here Thurs
day on tbe. 1'. ft K. He had bean
up to the Blk creek hatchery and
was on his way up to Clackamas to
Inspect tbe hatchery thsra.
Jasper Hannah, who Uvea on the
Bybea Bridge-Trail road, waa here on
Mr. and Mrs. B. Foster ami Mr.
Foster's brother-in-law J. F. Ilunlap
of San Francisco, are here at this
writing. Saturday, visiting Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Stewart. Mr. Danlap and
Mrs. Foster are nephew and niece of
Mrs. Stewart and have come In their
auto from Ban Francisco via Ked
Hluff, orossed the mountains, the
Coast range, to ISureka, Cal., came
up tbe coast to Crescent City, thence
to Grants Pass, Medford to this place,
and tolay went to Crater Lake to
aee the ninth wonder of the world.
Thursday afternoon I concluded
that I would take a stroll out of my
usual beat aud decided t call on
one of my friends, Mrs. Arglee
Oreen, who recently arrived (ram the
neighborhood af l-os Angeles. Jast
before I reached the place there waa
a buggy stopped at the place and
two ladles got out and the third one
went on. fly the time that I reached
the place. I discovered that tha two
ladles were met by Mrs. dream Ut
tbe lawn,' under the shade of tha
trees that Mrs. Green's father, the
lata J. J. Fryer, had 'planted years
ago and they seemed to be Inspect
ing a lot of apparently old hats, as
I drew nearer 1 discovered that Mrs.
Oreen had pulled out ribbons, etc.,
and that one of tbe ladles was show
ing Mm. Oreen sa old halibut I am
going ahead or my story I had been
there but a few minutes before the
I same bugay came up and another
. lady got oat and she had some mora
old hats, and 1 beaan to wonder
i what kind of a jumberee 1 bad gotten
I Into ana about tat time tha serene
buggy arrived again and tblsftlme
tbe driver and another tody got out,
tied up the horse and joined tha com
pany, and the new arrivals had what
looked to me like a large sugar sack,
(wiiliei and on bringing It to tbe
place we were sitting, began to
empty the contenta on the ground,
and Io. It wan filled with old hats,
Uhll ill I) ' S lllll. ill. til It I.J lllr t)
W I lit ill i .ii Ul t ' I i lllii
another Indy and a little girl and
about tab first unestton that was
asked waa: "Didn't yan bring yanr
hat?" 'fly this time 1 discovered that
I had settled down right Into a hat
making baa. I will hare state that
Mm. Qrften Is a spoctal teacher In
mllllnary work and had Invited some
of her old friends to aome In at that
time and bring In their old cnat off
hats and she would help them re
model them, (rim them over and, In
fact, maka them new. Those present
wero Mm. W. L. ChlMrath, Mrs. J.
W. Orovor and daughter, Mrs.
Nortnnn JlOQaold and daughter, Mm
Floyd Platte nud two ohliaren, Mm.
in I. Sistrtfc and Mlas Mabel Wares-
ley. Mra. Oreen began to look around
for a needle, thread and thimble for
me to go to work on mine or soma
other old hat, aud I suddenly
thought or biiKtnasa that I had to
look after In another part of town,
so 1 bid the ladles adttu ami re
retreated. After I left I learned that
leo cream aud cake waa nerved aud
that they actually turned out two
new hats, complete, and had several
under way of construction, and one
or the lntlloa told me thai thoy had
a vory divloyabla time. After I left
bn my way to other parts, I met two
ludloa nnd one ot them asked: "Have
you been dawn to the 'lion party." '
and 1 answetl in the affirmative aud
asked: "Weren't you invited?" and
she answered "No."
Mr. Carl von der llellen and Miss
Orhle Natwlck motored up to the
Suntiyaldo for supper Thursday even
ing for supper and Dave Smith for
marly or Untie Falls, but uow of
Pondlaton, Ore., spent the night with
Chalmer Illnyer. ono of our old
boarders, came out from Medford
Friday to stay a while with us, until
J. II. Roberts, who Js Interested
wth Thomas Jtlley, Jr., In thla year's
crop, took supper with us Friday
Since my last report C. W.
Clements of Ragle Faint has removail
bis subxcrlptlou to Tbe Mall Trlbuns
and David Olnycade and Henry
French have renewed their subscrip
tions to the Weekly Mall Tribune.
Mm. Acini Ito.inl m"" the day In
John I'crnoll paused through
town Frldm , en route to his home at
Applegate from Klamath Falls,
where he went on biistnens.
Mrs. Oavld Williams and daughter
Miss Uluncha Williams, returned
from a few days' visit with relatives
living in drsats Pass.
Mrs. Harry Luy and son and Mm.
ICIla Cook attaaded "The Hlrth of a
Nation" ut Medford Thursday even
ing. Oscar I-ewla and family ha, re
turned from Vrakg, Cal., where they
Mm. t'harlaa Kumaa, Mm. Harry
Luy, Mm. day Harper, Mrs. Main
Klum and Mra. Iewla Ulrlch enjoyal
a plunge at the Natatorlura Thurs
day afternoon, followed by luneb at
Recent word from Professor and
Mm. F. L. Smith telle of their ar
rival In Iowa, from where they will
motor to North Dakota with rela
tives. Mm. Jsmaa Buckley and children
wero In fiom Ruch Friday afternoon.
W. I. M) intyre and family and Mr.
and Mm. Hobart Taney are camped
at tha Sulphur Springs on Applegate.
Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson are also
enjoying uu oatlng In that vicinity.
Friend of too Itev. K. A. Hutchi
son will be plaasad to learu that be Is
on his road to recovery from typhoid
(over, having passed foe crisis satis
factorily. Mra. 8. K. Dunnlngton and 'Mrs
Mary Matney left for Squaw Lake
the first of tbe weak, where they
will visit Mrs. John Haaklns.
Tbe home of Mrs. Haiti Deneff
was completely destroyed by Mrs at
an early hour Thursday morning
The fir had made such headway be
fore H vt.m discovered. It was lui-piji-nMi
io - tli) lion i . it ll,u
fl(l i ul , .ill HOull liit i L u. i it I i on
trol and saved the adjoining build
ings. Tha home and eontsnti were
covered by Insurants.
Mrs. Mollssn Taylor, for a number
of years proprietor of tho Taylor
House, la eontemplaliug starting a
rest sum ut us soon aa a suitable locu
tion la found. Mm. Taylor la an x
callettt cook and will no doubt gtvo
Miss Marlon H. Towue was a busi
ness caller at tha county seat Thurs
day. A large delegation from hare at
tended the reception given the Itev.
Hogg at Medford Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs (I. W. Htirker mo
tored up to the IbikerV cabin Hntur
dav afternoon and ieut Sunday with
('baric FMmondxon mid family.
Hod linker ennp' from Pelican ltay
Hiinduy morning for n few ilnyV viit
with hia Mtator, Mia Mary Union
I taker who ia hero on n riait from
On Monday Itod I laker, Mark link
er, Mi 1 tilth and Mi Mary Helen
linker went to Crater Iaki. 0. W.
Darker took (hem iu hia oar. Tlioy
returned Tuesday evoning nud report
'oil having had u grand trip.
Itev. Simmon of Faigle Point emtio
.up Tutwday evening ttiul haa Imkmi
preaching Io tw overy evening thia
week. Ho retiirnod lo Kaglw Point
Itod linker relumed u Pelican Day
Thninaa O'llrien nnmo homo fnmi
Pcolor and Ori Morris nte up h( the
Peeinr place haying thia week.
W. W. Parker oajiie dovrti from
hi ranch Thumdny evening aud re
a. W. Barker nnd family motored
lo Medford Friday and returned lute
in tbe afternoon.
Bhermnn Wooley of Kngle Point
and Mi- Nellie Hmith or llutle Fail
were married Monday and have been
viitinu Mm. Wooley'a parent, Mr.
and Mr. Heele thia week.
Mi Alice Hmith returned borne
Thursday from a three ntontlia' vbut
to fceyeral places in California.
Mm. Jame spent a few days in
Medford thia tack.
Mi Cecil Creed and Mm. leaver
of Central Point have been viitinn
at Hiincherm thi week.
Why Sinokn Ilk Olaom
When Ia OiiHdas nra only loo
FOR HK.VI TIOUhHH
FOR RKNT Nicely furnished
modern bunaalow. five rooms and
bath, iiorches, yaraga. Jas. Csmp
bell Phone llll-R. US
FOR RKNT 6-room furnished house
cheap. Phane IS9-W
FOR RKNT H-room house; close
In; gas; bath, $10 month; part
fixed to sublet. 116
FOR RKNT Furnished house seven
room, modern garage; fruit
grounds Phoaa SS7-R, or call'
No. 35 Roosevelt. 11
FOR UW.VT MISKJIIIita.MtOtJg
FOR RKNT- I hove a choice alrulfa
pasture. Phone 5S9-J 1.
FOR RKNT- Office room at 36 N.
Frout street. Apply U Ous, the
Tailor for Information.
rja - jsr- , ,. i;u -. t..-rf y.-sx
FOlt SALIC lAOItlCAOig
FOR HA I.K Improved lO-oar ranch
ulfulfa, etc , Addrea K. V. II .
Route 3, box 13, Medford. Ill
FOR BALE - t'boke Uttar pf thor
oughbred Duroe Jersey pigs with
registration papers. Prloa very
reasonable. Apply to A. H. Case,
FOR 8ALK-Forty hogs II weighing
about 100 pounds, SO weighing
about 60 to T6 pounds, balance
weighing ti to 40 pounds. Four
milch cows, all first class milkers.
"ii 'm-ii- ..i mm0 mm fc ' i.im
FOR BALK Thtj ladr newspaper
and prluiliiK plant ul Hornbrook,
'dl , Is for null itt a liaraaln Full
ll I I I -I ll U UK IU I it II -.. I illl
n, H u'u Ji. m Uu --b lit'
KOH SALB .UlSUmjtiUVEOUB
)K SAIJfi lludion four-nasacnaer
auto in good condition, new tires;
olsctrlr lights. Cheup, apply.
HOT W. Main street. lie
: i . - . "J-.m. . -.
FOR SALIC Twin Indian motar-
cyete: two si(Hl; fully eipilppod;
perfect condition. A bargain Mc
(Inlrk's Cfgnr Store. 1 1 1
FOlt SALIC Imperial cycle cttr In
perfect condition. Walker's tlnr
ago. 1 1 1
FOR SALIC Full blood rose comb
Khoilo Island Hed cock and
coekrel. Itoute 1, box 100, Med
ford. FOll SALIC -Small typewriter with
carrying case. Apply offleo Cal.
Ore. Power Co. M
F01lIALE-Utiles' hlcyola with
goad tires. Has not been used
very much. Price reasonable
'Phone -103-.I I. Ill
FOR SALK Furniture and rugs at
IB 8. Central avo. IK,
FOlt 8ALK Piano, two library
tulilos, 'duvenport, two shotguns.
Phone X27-U. 11
FOR SALIO OK TUADI8 IMllleta nl
Medford Poultry and ICgg Co. US
FOR flALH lloos. Twonty nwnrms,
hives nnd supora mostly tilled with
section honoy. St. 00 por Bwarm,
(pilok solo. Ill
FOR SALIC Umirdlosa lmrloy straw
by stank or load. Alo snlondtd
hog pnituro for rout. Call 73!i.U
FOll SALIC Home fumlltiro. Phono
. l'OH SALM HANOIIRS
FOlt SALIC At a sacrifice; 23 acrns
two miles oast of Ashland HI
noras eomiuerelnl pears, ft yonru
eld: two nores gooseberries nnd
apricots, apples, peaches, chorrles,
anil prunes for home use. ieveu
100 m huugalow; barn, chicken
house nud yard. Oouil team, cow
and crop. Spray pump, wagon una
buggy, all kinds farming tools. All
goes at $ 1,600. L. Sparks, R. It
i ., Ashland, Or. 1 1 3
HKLF WA.YVHD UAUC
WANTICD Man to work on ranch
close to town. Box I, Mall Trlb
WANTED Idy wants hour or day
work. Phone I4IY. its'
WANTICD Reliable party to rtir
for furnished house. Phone
WANTICD Let tha Medford Trans
fer Co., do your moving. Phone
15. Trsnfether and Marsh pro
prietors. 1 1 8
WANTKIJ1 000llbsT" of" poultry
weekly; top prices. Warner, Wort
man A Oore. t(,
WANTED Feathers to renovate, old
mattresses and feather beds made
Into sanitary folding forms. For
samples, Pbpns 196 -J, Its East
13th st. 1S4
WANTED Fixtures for store. What
have you? 0. A. UeVoa.
FOR EXCHANOE Fine rattle
ranch; over 300 acres. U.l acres
irrigated alfalfa and clover.
Ample water and range. $25,000
clear on good acreage here. Clark
Realty Co., SOS Pklpp Bldg.
MO.VHY TO IiOAN
ii --i.il insiLjxj'-
TO LOAN 15Q00 lo loan on flr.t
clasH security. Phone 33'1-J. il3
iuni iu jLjn nne money ia
man upon city and country prop
arty. Quick service. Money ok
hand. IBarl , Tumy. 110 Oarnatt
Corey IHdg. tf
LOST Thursday July 30, on or
near Fir street, ladle' purse, con
taining 75 cents, locket and chain,
engraved M. U. H. Reward. Mm
H. Q. Waatmas. Ashland, Org lit.
LOsVP- Baby's red sweater,
to Paul's electrlR Store.
STOLEN 14x31 tent night at Jhly
. SI. Liberal reward for Informa
tion leading to location or recov
ery. W. F. Biddle. It. F. D. I. ill
14ADB TRANSFER & 8TOUA0M CO
Office ii North Front st. Paou
31b. Prices rlghL Uorrloe gua'
000. W. nillHllY--Attorney nnd
otary, uoomi s-io, Jackson Cotin
8' Uonk Uulldlng, entrance K
cntral, MatUaM. Orb.
POUTttli JNRFF -Attornar"" low
rooms 8 tail 9, Medford VsHnna'
V 18. U8AMB, LAWVRCrrt f
'1 M. IvOBMRTSawTsr
KmtforU National Bank ituitdtag
0OLLKCT1ONS AND URPORTS- -Ws
colloatod some scortunta 14 years
old. Wo know hpn to get the
money. Tho Btiuook Mercantile
Ageney, It, Itooma 1, 2. 3, llis
klmi' UldR., 218 E. Main it.
Dr. W. M. VAN 8C0700
DIL C. O. VAN 8COTOQ
Qnmott-Corcy Dldg., nits Sit
Medforo, Oro. Phone SB.
Collection ii ml Deports
Knglnccx nnd Contractor
FUBD NrcUMMmOBBnKltieer sn
contrnotor, 404 M. F. & JL Uldg,
Burvqyn,, eHdinatos, irrlsntlon
dralnngo, orchard and land lm
OARDA01S Oct your prsrolsf
clonncd up for tho summer CtP
on tho city garbage wagons fci
good service. Phono 174-L T
MICDFORD HOU8W MOVERS--Wo
Movo Houses, Darns, Oarages. Ma
ohtnory, ICtc. Phono 48S-M, or
48S-X. CH 8. Nowtown, 811 Da
kota. s -.an ar ejc-U'-i)-. jv-
Tnitrui'tlnii In M'uMc
FRhDALTTHATaUT- -Teacher of
piano nnd harmony. Hnkht Murio
Studio. 401 Cnrnott-Coroy Dldg.,
KARL S. TUMY Oenoral lnnumnc
office, Flro, Automobllo, Accident
Liability, Plato a I ass, Contract,
and Surety Bonds. Bxcollont com.
pantos, good local servlcs No.
H 10 anrnott-Coroy Dldg.
Physlclanrt hndl bargvons
dr7f "o. Harlow, '" dil bva
MAINH OARLOW OitcopathU
physicians, 410-417 Oarnrtt-Ccrcy
bldg.. phone 1030-L. Itetldenca
26 South Laurel st
DR. W. W. DOWAltD HiTfeo isThP.
phyHtclan, 303 Oarnett Corey
building. Phone 130.
DIL J. J. KMMUNS Physician and
surgeon. Practice limited to eye
oar, noflt) nnd throat. Fyes sflan
tltloally tostod and glaBsos aup
pllod. Oculist and Aurlst for S. P
R. R. Co. Ortlcos M. F. & II Co
bldg., opposito P. O. Phone 667
DIL It. W. OLANOY Physician snd
nurgeon Phones', offpe 86. rest
donoo 780. Oftlco hours, 10 to
IS!, 2 to 6.
DIL MARTIN O. 1IARHKR Physl
clan and surgeon. Oftlco Palm
block, opposite N'hsIi hotel Hours
10 to 12. 1 to 4. Phono UO-J,
Printers ana Publishers
MEDFORD PR1NTINO CO. has the
a i "aiiM mm
host equipped printing offleo In
southern Oregon; book binding
loose leaf ledgers, billing systems
etc. Portland prices. S7 North
NOW TI.MIC TO TILDIC.
I have a ISO-awe stock ranch;
good location; 100 aerea In grain,
seme alfalfa. This placo recently
sold for $11,000; no Incumbrance.
Will trade for good orchard, prefer
pears, or would take city prop rty
Would trade even or assume some In.
cumbraare en orchard proposition.
J. C. BARNES
102 Woat Main fit root.
Why pot buy g home now whllo
buying Is good?
Fine sia room modern bungalow
three sleeping rooms, pavement paid,
11700.00 ar thu other one very elosa
in. puvonient about half paid, samo
number of rooms, $1700.00 or an
othor one almost as attractive at
$1500.00. A revival of good tlmwfl
will double tbe price of any ono of
We have sow fine buys In largo
aud small raucbes, and want to tell
you about them. Call at the ofiico.
0! Harnett Cores Itldg