MEDFORD MATL TRTBUNR, MHDFORD, ORE(i() TliTtt.sl) VY, ,UTTC 22. 1f)1fi
By A. 0. Dowlctt
Mr. and Mr. 0. A. Tabor nml three
children putted through hero lust
onlurdny evening on thier vvnv to
Aalilnnd. Thev Imd boon tip on the
lloguo river vMting their relative,
the HittW, and inteiitleil to Mop
nt Aolilnml nml vit.it Mr. Tuber's
pnrent, tlien proceed to their home
in Chico, Oil. Mr. T. used to live
in AmIiIuiuI before they went to Chico.
Kmery Dnvis of Tolo spent the
nielli witli tm nml Sunday morning
went to llonibrnok to pitch tlie bnll
ror the Iutglo Point tem in tiieir
X" witli (lie llornbrook team. Thev
liiiil quite n spirited conic!, tm the
HHine stood 4 to J nt the end of the
Sunday wn rtithor n bnny dnv in
our quiet little town nml neighbor
hood. At 10 o'clock we Imd Sumlav
noIiooI nml tit 11 u. in. Itev. SiuimotiH
prenehed mnl nt the oloe or the her
view he gnvo hu opportnnitv to anv
who wi-hed to unite with the church,
mid then' weie three little .iteix,
Olive. Idn nml llliewtom Chirk, aged
l'J, 11 nml 10 yoni, eituie forwurd
Mud took the eiiti deiitnnted for
theni to (uke. t There wax no excito
ineiil or utiuiitil ititero-l mmiirontod,
hut t hoy hud been instructed bv their
ii mil, llw, I.illie (Mmjende. nml on
being nucxtinucil hv the pastor, Hev.
&IUIIIUIIS ynVe the neee.nry ei
donee or their picimtcilncxs for
ehureh nieuilieivhip nml were duly u
cohort ii" enmlidntes for bnptimu.
This closed the eiviee for the fore
noon, but tit Krone crock ehnolhouso
lltnie wnt nuother prngrutu going on.
The iirrnngcmoiits hnd been mnde to
hold the tiiimml Suiulnv -ehool pie
uie, hnve it picnic dinner, it nice pro
gram nml pretiehinn in the nftonioiiii.
Kit nfler dinner I -darted to go to
lteoso ereek to see what I eouhl find
of intereit to Hit render of the Mm'
Tribune, nml when I left the dinner
Inble I left there MUM'('irittfiiiH,
Morinuilu nml Kern Lewis tlnujthter
of our eontei-tioiiery nml soft drink
mini, ttml Inter Mr. nml Mt. Frank
l.ewin. their puients eninej K. . Ke
ter or .Jnekttonville, Willinm von det
llelleu nml fitinily, ,Jnek l'lorev, Jr..
Dr. nml Mi Helen Holt, hi diiugli.
ler, .Mr. Peter, be-ide our iimimI Sun
dny crowd, till told nliout Ihiit.t.
There win, ijuttf n niunber of our
Siiiidny visitors mint to llorubionk.
When I renehed the Reuse ereek
tiehoolhoiise thev hnd nlremly eum
iiieniTil with their program, nml on
entering the Iiuum found tluit the
house wh full. Tho exorcise, what
I tienrd of them, weie very uood, mid
the iniiia-tlefcehlljriui wm. flint.
Tlfey'limr uli-cmly been (o diiiuei
when I renehed lite MihoolhouKe, but
Kev. Simmon, iuHtend of onting din
tier with me nml riding up with me in
a rig, ruhed off on hi win-el to eut
dinner with the iMenicker. Vou
know, or Ktrhup vou don't, but we
hmtw that Drolhor Simmons bud
rtiiMilr fancy tor pieuie dinner,
mid we don't blame limi, for witch din
ner re not picked up every dny.
Well, after nil the i'.etvie- wete over
Mr. S. gave n one of bin beet on pre
imredneHx, not military preiwrodiio',
hut ii pivwrediiei.h to meet Hod. Ro
furning to hi httue we found Hint
quite h eouiMiuv Imd nlremly culleel
w to Hititt-Ko the iuiuiiMtdnu of the
Ihioe little girl, mid when werythuiK
wbm in readiiiei.M nml he wu nliout
ready to mbfliniMer the ordinnnee of
iM)ttitm, be nnuoiiueed that his little
daughter. .MeKu, uged , had dwidml
to muke the otart in the divine life,
w niter itoiiiir thrtHigh the iiximl
itixtiont thut are aked Hh))licmits
for nieutlH'r.liin he wa turaially rv
tH'ixed into the ehureh as au nppli.
rant for luitini. Thev then all four
joiiMfl luinds and were led out into
tit' water lo the pmiier ilepth and hi
baptbtrd them iwii- at a time, after
whiidi tin- ri(Ht bund of felloHhip
wax ittveii by the ehureh aud enenir
Hftftnent wan offereil bv thote who
Mere not lueunW of the ltptil
ehureh, and we were formally di-
WiMPd with the bemslictiou. After
.upper we went to ehureh attain mid
Mr. H. prcarhed aunin im the ubjei t
of the woinuu who wai a miuier and
( llw IMwrisw, I.tike, Hit". So the
loader wilt e that Itrotiiar .Hhnmn.
vh buv la( Sunday, if nut all the
I learned Sunday that Mr. und
Mi.. W. II. CruiuiuU had uvea viild
by Uie lork mid the reult u the
ar'tvul of a buy babv June 10. 1010.
Moudiiy w quite n lively du.v h
mr tittle town. It lutd iwn u
Mttuneed in the KaaUU n wi ub by
the legal notiee that there would be
uV annual fchoul meetiuv on Mon
day, June 10. at '1:1.1 j. in., and
there had hei-n mi mueh talk about
thi mIiooI and bow it wo- run and
the fiuance of the di-triet that tha
teoik woke up and attended the
Wetinir, aud there vm nine very
uuinted iueiiiu akrd and auer
d after the report of the elerk wax
iad, but evervthinir tai.ed off very
p1aaautl. and a tier the remark- on
the rriort were all settled Fred 11
imim uffeied hi rrignation a dirw
tor. I will av hre that nothing
that wait aid there caused hi. i
iipuitioa. for he had offered it me
mouth', before, hut the bimrd would.
not couoeut, tutd wu duly accepted.
And then iiutnitintiuns weiv railed for
lor u director for two 'eiiis to fill
the Mienney enu-ed bv the resinn
tion of Mr. Poloiize, nnd V. T. New
port mid Mrs I,. K. Honk were pinned
in iiominiition, anj the result wan Mr.
Newport received twenty-six votos
und M. Hunk twenty-seven votes,
mid -he wn deelnred duly dleOtcd.
Then Willinm Perry wns iioinlnnted
for direetor for the full term, nnd he
was elected by the clerk entliic the
bnllot for him. Kor elerk, C. Hooe
erhyde and John W. Smith were noiu
intited. The result wns Mr, Iloojrer
b.vde received tentv-elfht, J. W.
Smith twenty-four, nnd J. V. Meln
tvre, the old elerk, two. He bad pos
itively refolded to net any longer, no
was not u enudidiite. Thus ended
the huine-s of Hint meeting. The
Mibjoet of hnvinjr u hifih school will
be taken up Inter.
There wore three men enluc ill from
Portland mid pitched their tout, open
ill), n photo gallery Motidtty morning,
und v-iive their nuiuoH its M. I.olui'f, L
Nokloolf nnd II. Unku, but they do
not -eem to be doing much buiuei".
It becomes my pninfiil duty to re
cord the death of one of our uofirtmt
neighbors und one or our most high
ly esteemed eilirens Mrs. Jnmos
Jordan, who left here just n. mouth
prior to her dontb, with her hiibmid
to viit her old home nml her chil
dren in Anitn, In. She died Juno 11
of neiite briinoliitLs. She lenves u
liitbund ami scvenil children nml
griimlehililrcn, heide ulinimt every
one who knew her in this section, to
mourn her los. There is one cheer
ing thought nml Hint is tluit she htiil
mnde her ponce with (lod mid died
anion' her children.
Monthly evening Mr. unit Mrs. t'.'Bf.
I.iiptutl of Medford, who nre in Hie
harnesM businoHM in that city, npout
the night with us.
J. V. Kuhl of Ilcnnistnn, Or., mi
insitrmicc mini, cniiie m lor late iliu
Horn, tho Mth of June, to .Mr. nml
Mm. Hcrt Clitipmuu, :t lialiy girl.
The (Haiti Ilron. Htnrted with their
onttlo to tho Hiimuiur rmigo I'rliluy.
rirnmlpa Stncy of Meilfonl g visit
ing with his sou, George, at Ilonglc.
Klurouco Wnlkor Is on tho Hick lint
mid bml to quit IiIh Jnb on the tonil.
Thin miction got a nlco rntu Snt
tirdny night, uhlch holpuil the Into
HPrlug grain. !
Hubo Mooru wn n Juokouvlllo l-
Tru Vincent who hn lieon working
nt Tart Klamath, Ih yUltlug tho homo
folks for n fow lny.
Mr. mid Mn. Churlon Con torn nro
vUltlug with i iilntlvciM at .MoiKiikuo,
A mirprino jiarty was glvon oji Mr,
lolm Dighnm Tuoaday afternoon, the
Oceanian bolng .Mm. IllKliam'K 47th
Mr. and Mrs. Hniiioom of Aaate
wero visltorH at tho homo of Joe
.Mr. mid Mrs. John IIIkIiiiiii wore
trading In Central Point and Modtord
MIimi .fnttlo Cordon of Uoaglo, Is
tttnlng with hor slutor, Mri. Klbnrt
l.oe VIik nut and tho road crew nro
working on tho now Cottei'lll grndo.
Tra Dunlap la running a blacksmith
shop on tho Moore ranch, which will
bo vory convoutlent for tho farmers
in this section.
frank Do Ford has returned from
his shearing trip ami made us a cull
Mrs. V. ('. Chapman Is visiting for
a few days with her son llert. and
earing for her little granddaughter.
Wiiltir 11 Snk!e .Hid iiiihKoii,
Muvwi'M. r-l hi in tl in Medford Suii
Cliiirlci Keisl nliiriKil Stindiiv af
ti riiiHin in bin iiini'h lioiiie neur Titlu.
Homer Klbart of Aliliiml .eut
Sumluv with f fiend- iu Hold Hill.
liill Kaneber anient Suudav with bi
Iriciid. Sprutte KmkI. ret ii ruing on
the uttcruMin train to bis home in
Mi. ('. A. Peterson, who has been
f.r several week past with her
mother, who ligs huu ill ut lu-r home
in MianeMttu, returued lo bet home
in (lold Hilt Sunday.
The ball game between (iold Hill
aud Ulendule teams at the latter
iducc Sunday was a very good aud
exciting game, the score being .'1 to
1J in favor or (lod Hill.
Juhu Ivdding und family have mov
ed into the former U. V. Meer
home, which i now owned by J. W.
Mr, toe Xoe Ms a business vis
fctar in (Juki Hill Thesdsy betmu
The faaiilv of Cbaatn McCWUen
moved to Medtnrrf the first of the
present week. Mr. Me is still nt his
miue in the Meadow district.
Miss Pftfley of Ashland i visiting
at the home of her brother, Uoyd
refllr0in Ibis eitv
K. U. Moore went up to Central
GOLD HILL NUGGETS
t--s V en epDiW5 o,NHcRhM AUAtr-nouft-
" H, Hiv NyppcR 5vrrc'u. ut too mzRy
5 -. (VtRlSADYlN Sr ' - rxr-r. if I S
i fi V haumioHrJ . T 30jto?cc rtjS
0M - -sippef? HAS
yserJ REAOV nr-Tti:
Point Sunday morning to pcud the
day at (he home of his mother. Mrn.
Moore had been spending the week
with grmtdmii, mid both Mr. uud Mrn.
Moore returned Sunday evening to
Mr. nud Mrs. J. Do Nyso from
Mod font wero guests last Sunday nt
tho homo of Cobb Laws.
'Miss AJta Xorcross of Central Point
visited with Mrs. Frank Tompkins
for n few days last week.
Tho Pmihelloulc club hold Its
monthly meotlng nt Mrs. It. W. Kl
don's homo on Snturdaj. At 1;30
o'clock tho members sat down to a
dainty threo-courso luncheon. A
beautiful bouquet of rosos utlronod
the center of the tublo.
Tho Willow Springs grungo will
meet at tho school house on Saturday
Avonlng, Juno 21th. All niombers aro
requested to be prosent and visitors
are alwas vvelcomu.
At tho annual school oloctlon ot
dlstrlot Xo. tt J. Wv HlrkhoU was ro
olecteo to the school board and A. V.
Carlson was re-elected clerk of tlto
sohool board. Under consideration
was takon the repairing of the celling
of tho school, which lias heoaiun
somewhat of nil annual Job. Though
tho school Is of reoout construction n
good deal nf uionoy will have to bo
spent to correct tho poor workman
ship In the oroctlon of tho building.
The present school board Is assured
that an architect was employed to
draw the plans ami supurvUo tho
erection of the bulltlliiK. Yot not
even a farmer In building his liouso
would use two by fours and carry
laths nml plaster, such as has been
dono In this school building. Tho ro.
suit Is that the celling sagKwl oyer
two turbo and thin, together with
a leaky roof, resulted In largo pioeos
of nlaster dropping to tho Hour.
Luckily no child has boon hurt so
far. The roof has leaked slueo the
building has been erected.
Last Friday noon the. grass and
brush north of It. W. Kldon's ranch
and oust of the . P. rlsht ot way
startml to burn. Luoklly the under
brush was not as dry as that on tho
west sldo of the right of way was last
July when wo had the big fire. How
ever, tt soon assumed such proper
ilons that help had to be tolophoned
for iu all directions. Several bams
as wall as the reetdoiicos of John
Hourl ana Hoit Nichols wore ondsn
gered. Xe serious damage was done,
however, and tho only loss was sonio
feueea and a little pasture. I.att
Tuesday a (Ire had broken out on tho
west aide of the right of way just op
posite where the fire was ou Friday
bat through the berofr efforts of M.
Young this tire was extinguished be
fore it bad gained much headway.
The H. W. Kldeu family. Mrs. L.
King and Mrs. IMrkholi enjoyed a
delightful ride te the Sterling mine
on Sunday afternoon.
With Med lord tiade la ..edford made
Xtltlro of Min.-fP. HLU I'aihir Hurt ii.
AVm H. Brou. nlitntiff. vs. Ar
thur 1. Jones an .'.rj K. Jones, hi.
By virtue of an execution anc or
der at sal duly issued out of and
aader the seal of the circuit court or
the state of Oregon In and for the
eauaty of Jarksoa la a certain suit
therein for the foreclosure of a in on
Sl In ! th nUltlt( nbova
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WAS R.UA0Y AH UOUR
AGO ANP ITS ALL COLM
0W- -THOUGHT VOU
c'oNit' j r
nnitted recovered n Judgment ai'.ntust
tho defendants rthur h. Jones and
Mary K. Jones, his wife, for tho sum
of 1UU2.00 with Interest thereon
from tho Mth day ot April, 1910, nt
tho rate ot 8 per cent por annum rnd
$ 1 3H attorney's fees, and the furthor
mini of f 17..10 costs, which judgment
was enrolled nud docketed Iu tho
clerk's office of said court In said
county on tho 17th day of June, t'110,
nud Ih of record In Votumo 24 of tho
Circuit Court Journal nt pnu.es 120,
427. 128 thereof.
Public notice Is hereby glvon. that
by virtue of the commands nt said
execution and onlor of sale I will oil
Saturday tho 22ml day or July, 19 10,
ut the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. ut tho
front door of-tlu Court house In Jack
sonville, Jackson iounl. stnlq of Ore
gon, offer for sale und will null tit
public auction to tho h Ik best Milder
for each, subject to redemption us
Is by luw provided, all of tho rlKht,
tltlo and Interest that the defend
ants above named had on the tlnte ot
the mortgage herein foreclosed or
huve since nvqulred or now have ,ln
mid to the follow lug described ru.il
0110 umilli tuiir nt Ibn an i.tli Imlf '
of section two (2) In township thirty
four (3-1) south of ratmo two (2)
oast of the Willamette Meridian, oofi-
tulnlng 100 acres.
All of thf above described real
property will be sold at said time and
place In the manner provided by law
for tho sale of real property under x
the defendants, Arthur I.. Jones aud
and accruing costs of sale.
Dated this 22nd day of June, l'M2.
W II. SIXOLlSlt. Sheriff,
lly IC. V. Wilson, Deputy.
Notice of .Sheriff's Sulii Under Kxecii-
Medford (Jrocory Coimtany. an Cor
poration, plaintiff, vs. C. I.. Karslur
nnd Ann Kamley, defendants.
Hy virtue of an oxeetitlon and order
of sale dub issued out of mid under
tho seal nf tho circuit court of tho
state of OreKou, Iu and for tho coun
ty of Jackson, to me directed and dat
ed the 2 1st day of June, 1910, In a
certain suit therein whoreln the plnlti-
tur corporation recovered a ju(lRient
against the defendant C. 1.. Ksrsloy
for tlto sum of four hundred thirlv
slx nml 7:1-100 (H30.73) dollars,
with lutrest theriMtu from said 1st
day of Ma. 1011, nt the rats or K
por rent per annum niuotiuHtiK to
$70.80 and KtO.OO attorney's fee,
which JudKiiiMiit was enrolled and
docketed In the elork's office of said
court In said county ou the 10th il.iy
or June, 1'Jltf, aud la of record In
volume. 2 1 of tho circuit court Journal
ut lwge 11'' I hoi oof.
Public notice Is hereby given, that
in compliance with the commands of
sold execution ami order of sale I
will on Saturday, the 22nd da ot
July, 1910, at the hour ot 10 o'clock
a. m. at the (rout door of the court
house Iu Jacksonville, Jarksou coun
ty, state of Oregon, offer for sal
and will sill all or the rlatit. title
and Interest that the dofoudants had
on the date of tho mortgage herein
foreclosed or havo since acquired or
now have In and to tho following de
scribed premises situated, lying ami
oeing In Jackson county, Oregon, to
wit: IOt five i " ) In block seven ( 7 ) of
the Park Addition to the City of Med
ford, as same Is marked and delin
eated upon the recorded plat thereof,
prior or superior to any right, title
or interest ef the defendants or either
of them therein and thereto.
Said above deaortbed lot will be
sold at said time and place In the
manner provided by law for the sale
of real property to satisfy the judg
ment, costs and accruing costs or
Dated thl. 22nd day of June. 1911.
W H SINOLKK, Sheriff.
H K W Wilson, Depot.
Votltt tl OlIltlTU-tOI'M
Keslert proposals addrew-d to the
count v conn of Jarkon county, Ore-
Medford House Movers
H0USCS, EARNS. GARAGES,
g2 S, NeWttmf, 73? I4fc
x ALL Ri&HT
all RIGHT1. POT
IT N Tt' ovEN-1'll
SfT tf LATISK'.
"r-" ' f .
. ,. M1
gon, nml eiiuorseit tiicreon, -rropos-nls
for constructing portion of Sams
Vnllev-Oold Hill ltoad." will bo ro-
cclved by the county court of Jack
son county, ut Its offlcos in tho odrt
house nt Jacksonville, uretton, until
11 o'clock n. iu. on Sntiirdiiv, July
1, 1910, and at that time and pl.ico
will bo publicly apoiied and rend,
jAH nronosnlR must bo iuiuIj upon
blank form, to be obtnlucil from the
county surveyor, nt his offlro In tho
Medford National Hank building.
Medford, Oregon, must glva the
prlcos proposed, both Iu writing und
In figures; and must bo slmiod by
tho bidilor. with his address. Kucli
bid Is to be presented under seeled
cover, nnd shall ho accompanied by
cash, n bidder's bond, made payable
to Jackson county, or n certified
chuck, mntlu payable to tho eotititv
Judge, of Jackson county, Oregon,
for an amount equal to nt least
per cent of tho amount of said bid,
and no bid shall bo considered union
such cash, bond, or check Is enclosed
therewith. Such blddeis' bond shall
bo conditioned Hint If said bid be
accepted, tho party bidding will duly
enter Into uud execute the rontraot.
ilmnlil iln stiri'iisufnl lilililnr t.l utinni
tho contract Is awarded fall to exit'
cute the snmo within 10 days (hot
Including Sunday) from tho unto of
the notification or such award, such
cash, bond, or check, shall bo for
feited to Jackson county, and the
samo shall bo tho property ot the
A corporato surety bond will bo re
quired tor the faithful performance
or tho contract, In the sum outiul to
oiin-hnlt of the total amount ot the
(All bids nro to be compared on tho
basis ot tho county surveyor's esti
mate ot tho qiiantltlos of tho work
to ho dono, as follews:
Knrtli excavation, ou, yds 1085
l.ooso rock excavation, ell. yds. 26
Hard rock excavation, ou. yds
drubbing, sip rods
S ' commuted Iron culvert.
lln. ft 21
13" corruKHtwl iron culvert
lln. ft n
IV corrugated Iron culvert,
lln. ft 21
Surfacing with chRparrul grav
el, ou. yds 128
f ha tibovo quantities are approx
imately only, to 1m used lu the com.
parlson of bids and tho contractor
will be paid only for the actual
amount or work performed and ma
terial furnished at the contract
ff.1... ..ili..lft.nlln.lu ..arn.l .... . . I .. I t.l.U
i tin npiiviiii HllUII MUM tVlll.MUl lll ,
be obtained nt tho county surveyor s
offlro as heretofore mentioned.
Tho right is reserved to reject any
ami all proposals and to ueeept the
proposal deemed beat for Jackson
Dated this It Hi day of -'une, 1910.
U. A. OAltPAfttll,
County Clork for
Siiiiiiiioiih Kult for IMVttiio.
In tho Circuit Court of the State or
Oreaon, ror the County or Jnok-
Luelndn S(ovpr, Plaintiff, vs. Alouui
To Alotuo Slover, the above numod
In the intiiio of the State of Oregon
you are hereby required to appar
and unswer the plaintiff's complaint
against you now on file in the above
entitled court ami cause on or before
the last day of the time prescribed
in the order for publication or sum
mons herein to-wlt: On or before the
10th day or July. 1916, eald date be
ing the expiration ef six weeks from
CMioii-e 5 nci'o ti'uct, cIump in, siiitublt! tov xitriloii, hui''
rics or jffiioral j)UPioscs. Price i2.").
BENNETT INVESTMENT CO.
lleul Itstutw fxtaus,
109 'o Vela.
' i"-iLj.'st;ilLj-"i-L-1 -' "!r
nnd nftrr tho date of the flr.t publl
cation nf this summons.
nd If ou fall to appear and nn
nvver, for want thereor, the plaintiff
will iiiitv in the Court for the relict
pritynd tor In taUI romulntnt, succinct.
ly atlited as follews:
Tlmt tho bonds of matrimony exist
ing between plnlntirf and defendant
bo forever abrogated, dissolved mid
nuiiiillod, and that tho plaintiff bo
awardod such other nnd furthor ro
llot na to tho court shall npnenr
Just and oqultablo.
This summons In published In tho
Medford Mall Trlbuno bv order or
tho Hon. V. M. Calkins, Judgo of tho
above entitled court, whloh said or
der wns made and entered of record
on the 2Gtlt dny of May. 19tC, and In
compliance therewith, tho dale of tho
first publlontlon hereof Is tho 27th
day ot May, 19 IC.
w. k. wiri's.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
rOU ItliXT VntNIHIIKI) ItOOMH
Vdh HKNT Ileil room with prlvato
sitting room, first floor; nlso
garage. 25 South, Orange. St
FOB KKX1 TIUCBK8
KOH HUNT Ono 3-rooni furii'shoil
li'iodcrn bungalow; one 2-room
furnished house, screened porch,
nit conveniences. II? Jay St.,
Phono 742-J. SO
FOlt rtENT U-rooiu house closo In
phono 218)'. SO Mi
l'OIt UHNT PIyo room liouso, hard
wood floors, full content basomont
and garage Phono U70-W.
FOlt KKNT Ono t-room modern
house. Phono 370-W.
FOlt SAM) 7.room hungnlow, bnso
inont furnnco, everything modorn.
Will sell tor f 1,000 losn than cost.
Furnished or uufurlshcd, 38
(Icucvti ave. 82
aetrarru w,.t 'if- jui'iisTr run
roil HAliR TitTIWIVCJS
FOlt HALK Or trade, 1 horso nml
buggy; 1 aiirry; 1 set of doubla
harnoss. H So. QrupO, Phono 3&7,
FOlt SALH (loot! riding or driving
horso. Pliouu 318, Central Point.
FOlt SALK Jersey bull,
old. Phono D39.M.
Foil SALH Cheap, good gentle
intire, will work any pluco. Will
trade for alfalfa hay or cow. Phono
31 S Central Point. 79
FOlt SALU Olf THADi: Tenm of
mares, weight $2500, with heavy
ttadnoHfl mid wuroii. Ono regis
tered A. J, C. ('. Jersey Hull. 10
whs, old. John II. llnlr, Itoguo
Illver, Ore. SO
FOlt SAI.K llorsi. and grain hay
Iu the field, one mile northeast of
Phoenix. K. 12. Uoiiiuch. 100
FOlt BAL10 MlHOMiIiAJVKOUH
FOlt HAI.IV-Onu. Hire's Hoot Ileor
fountain cheap. The Quit. S3
FOR KALK- At n bargain, tlmo-it
new sliixle harness uud middle; also
oiia combination family tig, rub
ber tired. 316 N, Central. S3
FOir8ALK 19lTindlau twin mo
torcycle with full equipment: run
about 80UO mlloe; n real bargain.
.Walker's Ourane. Sil
FOR SALK cheap, property at 1 ISO
Vest Sth street. 88
FOlt 8AI.IC- Oim
,-fout John Deoro
11. Hair, Rokiio
FOR SAL15- drain hay Iu Hold. C.
W. Isaacs, Phone R01-J2.
FOR HAMS Ono ton Ford truck at
tachment; nlso 40 acres land to
trade for Ford oar. Dahuck's
(laraRO 482-J. 88
FOR SALH-citolcn ill fa Hit hay, $10
per ton lu field. Snlder'H Dairy,
. ' 'i
.We havo stock rauchos, IiIkIi grndo
hay ranches, and general farms both
large nud small ou our list. Some
city proierty also nt attractive prions.
10 acres with house nud barn, fine
level land, $7000.
22 iicrna lull bearing tipples aud
pears, ulegant bungalow, $8000.
I have a lGu-acro stock ranch;
tfood lnmtion, luo acres in grain,
sonio alfalfa This place recently
sold for $12,U0U; no Incumbrance
Will trade for good orchard, prefer
pears, or would take city property
Would trade oven or assume some In
eumbrauce ou orchard proposition.
J. C. BARNES
Ki'J West Main Street.
KOI t ItKNT II 11 r.i RK RKI'INU
POIt HUNT - SmiIi. oT lvoi"f". i7n'
rooms, furniHliotl. convetilii)', l
In. 31G N. Central. si
POSITION WAKTBD Ily man with
family on ranch; experienced and
Lost ot references furnlsltnd. Ad
dress lock box C91, Medford. S2
IIKltl W ANTIC!) MALE
WANTttD First clnss minors and la
borers, Almedn nnd Copper Kaglo
initios; good wagon and sure pay,
Apply to P. It. Wlckhatn, Alineda.
WAN'TUl) To trade some lions for
fresh cow nml call, or alio coming
frosli. Call Wosloy Coffon, Hotel
Niish boto.'c 9:30 n. m. 73
WANTBD TO RUNT A piano for
music studio; to buy second hand
library table, chairs and couch.
Jlox 4, Mali Trobuno. 79
WANTED A good sooond-hand light
car. Phono I03J-I. 83
TAKHN UP Three black Bhoteit.
Ownor call and pny charges. Mrs.
K. It. Land. Qrlfflti crook. 79
LAIlEIt AUTO SPRING CO. -Wa
aro oporntlng tho largest, oldest
and best equipped plant In tho Pa
cific northwest. Uno our springs
whon others fall. Sold under guar
antor 20 North Flftoonth St.,
OKO. W. OIIKRUr Attornoy nnd
Notary, Rooms 9-10, Jackson Coun
ty Dank Hulldlng, ontranco N.
Central, Medford, Ore.
PORTER J. NKFF Atlornoy at law,
rooms 8 nnd 9, Medford National
A. 13. HKAMEB, LAWTKR Osraett
O. M. ROHBRTB tJawysr.
Medford National Uank Batldtng.
OOIXEOTIONS AND R13PORT3 W
collected sonio accounts 11 years
old. Wo know how to get the
money. Thq Iluitock Mercantile
Agency, Inc., Rooms 1, 2. 3, llss
klns'llldg., 21CIC. Main st.
Dr. W. M. VAN SCOTOO
DR. O. O. VAN SCOTOO
(Inrnett-Coroy Illdg., ulte
Medforu, Ore. Phono 858.
Collections nml Reports
DR. FRAN'IC ROUICRTS Dentist.
M. F. & II. Illdg. Otflco Ilonre
8:30 to 12; 1 to B.Phono 007 R.
Engineer nud Contractor
contractor, 404 M. F. & II. Illdg.
Surreys,, estimates, Irrigation
drain ago, orchard and land tm
KARL S. THMV fleneral Insurance
office, FIro, Automnbllo. Accident,
Liability, Plato Olass, Contract,
and Surety Honda. Kxcollent com.
pantos, good local sorvlcs. No.
210 (larnett-Corey Hldg.
Instruction In Musio
FRICI) ALTON IIAKH1T, teacher of
piano and harmony. Composer
nnd arranger of music. Hnlght
Music Studio, 401 rJarnott-Corey
I1LIS8 IIKINK Toachor of Violin.
Mimic furnished tor all ocrnslons.
Prices reasonable. Studio 1121 13,
Main St., Phono 303-J2.
OARHAdK Get your premises
cleaned up for the summer. Call
on tho city garbage wagona for
Kood servlco. Phone S74-L. W,
Physicians nnft nnrgeons
DR. rY. (Cli Alt JO V, DIL BVA
MAINS CARLOW Osteopathia
physicians, 41G-417 Oarnott-Corsy
hldg.. phono 1Q3C-L. Residence
20 South Laurel at.
DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopath!
physician, 303 Oarnett-Corey
building. Phone 130,
DR. J. J, KMMKNS Physician and
surRenn. Practice limited to eye,
Mr, noso nnd throat. Ues srion
tlflcally tested and glasses suit,
pltod. Oculist and Aurlst tor B. P.
R, R. Co. Offlcos M. F. & It Co.
bldg., opposite P. O. Phone 687,
DR. R. W. CLANOY Physician and
surgeon Phonos, office, 36. rest,
deuce 70. Office hours, 10 to
12, 2 to 6.
DR. MARTIN O. JlARUhlR Physl.
clan and surgeon. Otflco Palm
block, eppostto Nash hotel Hours
10 to 13. IJoJ. Phono 110-J.
Prluters nud Publishers
MBDFORD PRINTING CO.. has the
beet equipped printing ortico In
southern Oregou; book b'mllr.g.
looto leaf ledgers, billing syktsms,
et. Portland prices. 27 Norm
-j"sj"jii "s s rxji i i-st I. i.i x-wrsr1
BADB TRANBrBR & STORAGE CO,
Orriae 41 North freat st. Phon
311. Prices right, Serrlco guar
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