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NOB BILL SECTION $50,000 PLEDGED THIRD HOSPITAL
THE LIGHT QUESTION
Many New Buildings Arc Erected In Many Aviators Wl'io Will Attend
That District All of Pretty . Meet In Los Anpcles Later
It Is plainly evident to note the
Arc to Visit in
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 22. More
several qJiansw and Improvements , ti,nn $50,000 lias betn guaranteed as
that have taken place during the past
summer and fall on that little
stretch of hillock country between
the eastern borders of the city and
the- Hlllcrost orchard that that same
llttlo scope of land Is destined soon
no farther away than a couple of
years to becomo a very Important
suburban part of the city of Medford.
It Is really surprising to one, tak
nrlzes for the San Francisco nvla-
, tlon meet projected for next Febru
ary, according to President J. C.
' Irvine of the Pacific Anero club.
1 Following tho regular meeting of
; tho Pacific club last eveulng at which
the proposed meet was discussed, lr-
' vine announced that all preliminaries
with tho exception of selecting a
1 place to start tho flights havo been
Tho boll has xouinloil Uto lciioll of
Uonwone, KnsoHue lijsltts niul olUur
tonus of iin'Oiiiimtuut illumination.
Are you ready to quit litem?
Haven't you tolerated tltem lou
There was n time vlnn burning
pitch faggots furnished the only
means of. artificial illumination folk
I know about. And it was considered
Medford Is to have another prl-1 Then eamo tho tallow dip, nnd ov
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vate Hospital, ami one Hint so lar as urjuuuy iiisunnu'ii ms imtu itiggn
appliances nnd convenience
, , 1 inu uuiow cniioiu wns 1
Drs. Conroy and Clancy Secure a
Lcaso on Desirable Location
and Equip a Modern
Ing his first trip out that way for arranged.
.Li. . .1. oir.r.c nf, A committee of morchants nnd
dovelopmonrand Impromncnt In the . business men of the city will bo form- J 'ao Pacific & Eastern railway and n iHminnnts-eleetricit.v.-
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In linn-1 esi.
i HMtil II I r nit ill it Willi Itrtvl 1 1
. ml 1 uun v4l'Miu into f s . -
uung ,.aucu3 gu w ...uuv. uv. ; u win,MU,v ovor
Drs. Conroy and Clancy havo so-. aip. and folks were glad.
cured a lease on tho John W. Cox Tho next step of development was
residence, on South Cenhnl avenue, korosiuo huups, and they in thoir
recently purchased by Mrs. J. B. En- .w welcomed as n pleasing
yart, for r. term of years, and hno Thmi cnmo Uu, Knsolino
fitted It up for us? as a hospital. wWtfh jauksonvilll) trio(1 nml en,t
Conroy and Clancy havo taken a ( hlt() th( jimk Ho 8evorn, ycaw n
contract to :.irnUh medical treatmont , Aml ow ng R ,0K;unl 0VJiO)incnl
nud hospital care to the employes ot'of pcim,COi wo mvo tho BWn(,.8t 0f
way of new homos some of them as
f Ino as any In the city cleared lands,
young orchards and other progress
denoting tho work of tho new settlor
which mark this two-mile stretch of
Wlitlo n year ago there was to bo
seen but one or two houses from Nob
Hill to Hlllcrest, now there are a doz
en or more, several finished and oth
ed to supervlso the expenditure of
money thnt will be raised to ensure
the success of the venture.
Irvlnc declared today that ho Is
certain thnt every aviator who will
participate In the Los Angeles meet j
next January, Including Pauthan, thej
French aviator, will come to San
uavo ntteu up tnoso quarters ior, Mnvtm ,,, ,..
that purpose primarily, but thoy will rcninoo cloctrieitv.
also Do prepareu to nccommoiinie oui
The new hospital will havo accom
modations for about 20 patients, nnd
It Is already pretty filled up.
The matron In chnrgo Is Mrs. III-
But tho probability isn't strong
enough to justify us in wait'uis: for
No ollior form of ttrtifteint ilium
iiinul equal eleolvioity in In illinuey,
safety, mmhuwn, honlthfuliioss., eoou
oiny nnd ehi'trfuliiof..
Kb" 1 1 io lightii' units 110 futnoi
or odoiN, ami is tho rue h genie light
for living rootn.i ami 1 ed rooms.
Th lii'i thai eloi li ie liht 'Mii
sunios no oxygen, like nil upon flamo
lights do, proves it to bo the health
lost light known.
It keens (ho air as pure and whole
some as if no light were burning nt
Tho importation tf thin 0110 feature
is rendily apparent when it is known
that an open flame light burns morel
oxygon, from n room, (ban four per
sons would brenlho. j
No matehos. No dangerous, dirty
matches are needed in (ho homo that 1
is electrically lighted.
No washing and filling of lamps, j
no danger of explosions; no danger
of lenks: no plumber's bills: no flick
ering flamo to bo blown out by a sud
den gust of wind; no fin st.udgc oft
soot oentinually emnimting from
your light to be lioposiuV. on eur
lains, draporios, nod fuinishm&f..
when you want to flood your homo
with light, simply turn tho button.
Think hard now don't von want it?
Francisco for tho local events. Ap-i8er- nnd sho w,n bo nbsied by a
plication for entry In tho proposed
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ers In course of erection. Tho first coiuesi aireauy nave oeen receiveu
to bo noted is the attractive bunga-; from San Francisco and Oakland aer
low of H. E. Foster at tho upper end j onnuts.
of East Seventh street. A little far-
ther on Is tho mansion homo of J. ! Be suro you nre right beforo yor.
D. Heard. Across tho road, out far- go ahead, is good advice that pplies
ther, is the cozy bungalow of Mr. to tho light business ns well ns othei
Dudley, whll0 on the north side again business. Electric light has stood
on the brow of a hill overlooking the I tho. test of time ns tho safest nnd
valley Is the beautiful new modern' most economical light nud before
homo of G. U. Llndley. In tho neigh-1 considering cheaper lights ?at the e.
borhood of the city reservoir are sev- perienco of people who have used
' oral new smaller homes, the proper-' them several months nt least. 240
ties of Arthur Heath. Mr. Nunn and
T A Armilrnntf Trillin M Wlnklpr
has a fine two-story homo partially
East of the rosorvolr and hidden
by Medford Heights, is the llttlo home
and other Improvements of A. II.
Williams and Charles McGougan. who
were tho pioneer settlors In the Pierce
subdivision. Thoy bawo a young ' Temperature Falls to 14 Below No
orchard of about 1000 trees with a
MONTANA' STOCK IS
OYING FROM THE COLD
competent corps of nurses,
Tho contract with the Pacific &
Eastern gives the firm about f00 men
to take care of, and this number will
b0 increased when a full force Is put
'on In the spring.
Tho location Is an Ideal one, the
grounds and house being spacious
and well arrangod.
Relief as Yet in
good start and are preparing to make
their land productive until the trees
get to bearing.
C. F. Cook, tho nurseryman, hasj
also made a start along tho samo DUTTE, Mont., Dec. 22. Montana
lines In that same subdivision, while Is shlvorlng In tho grip of an unusu
Mr. Webb and anothor party are each ally cold wave. Tho temperature has
building small homes in the Barnum fallen 14 degrees bolovr zero in many
tract. Several other parties who havo , sections of westorn Montana and
recently purchased small tracts In ' stock Is said to bo dying from tho
this neighborhood and about the city ' cold. Apparently no relief is as yet
reservoir contemplato building In the j In sight.
spring. A recent arrival who pur-i
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cuubuu u iiiiu judu nfc ui imiwwot suro y0U nro right beforo you
Is building a barn and later will erect co abend, is good advice that aDDhei
a handsome two-story house on tho to tho light business as well as other
west slope of the nog on his land. business. Electric light has stood
Prepaid Raliroao Orders.
"Something which Ls of consider
known is the system of prepaid or
iblo interest to the public generally
and which is ncrhnps not generally
dors now in effect between stations
of tho Southern Pacific company
and ail points in the United States.
By moans of this system tickets may
le purchased nt Medford from nnj
place in the United States nud mail
ffd or telegraphed direct to the part
wishing to et rne here. Sleepor ac
commodations nud smnll amounts ot
cush in connection with these ticket
may nlso be forwarded at the same
Timber and Coal Lands
ENGINEERING AND SURVEYING CON
TRACTS TAKEN AND ESTIMATES
3. 51. Harris & Co.
Office in Jackson County Bank Upstairs
Medford, Oregon: This cortir'
that we have sold Mali's Texas Won
der for tho cure of nil kidney, blad
der nud rheumatic troubles fur teij
yoars, and havo never hnd a com
plaint. It gives quick nud permanent
relief. GO days' treatmont in each bat
tle. Modford Pharrancv.
Mr. Pierce contemplates extensive the test of time as the H.ifcst and
Improvements on that part of his sub-1 most economical light and beforo
division, wnicn no nas rcservea lor
himself, including Medford Heights.
On tho top of the heights he purposes
to erect an observatory and to park
adjoining ground on tho east. Ho Is
already having the land cleared for
It Is noteworthy that the majority
of the people who aro selecting tracts
In this section of country are plan
ning for orchards, garden tracts or
Nearor town and now within tho
corporato limits, Siscklyou Heights
hav0 been platted and mapped out
into most attractive building lots and
driveways, and several flno homes aro
contemplated for next spring, among
them being ono for H. C. Kentner
and another for J. C. Drown.
Since tho completion of tho city
reservoir and the bringing of water
to a point dwbere Its uso is available
for all this section the one thing
lacking to make Ideal home surround
ings ls n.ow supplied, and the advan
tages pf this ccope of land for homes
and small farm tracts Is attracting'
much attention. Anothor year will 1
undoubtedly se0 many Improvements
nnd a tiecond year will reveal such
chances that tho old-timer will hard
ly recognize tho spot whoro less than
two years ago a uena einicKet 01 cnap
arral and oak afforded a rendezvous
for rabbits uid qunIL
That this sertlon will soon contain
manv homes and llttlo orchards nnd
farms need not bo said, and It Is safoj
to predict that ere long It will be
Medford's most populous suburb.
considering cheaper lights uet the ex
perience of people who have used
them several months nt least. 240
Here is your chance for small ir
rigated tracts close to Medford, ono
to two miles out. Choice fruit, veg
etable and poultry ranches; terms,
25 per cent cash, balanco 5 years at
6 per cent. This is easy, investi
gate. 24 acres, $200 per acre;
22lz acres, 200 per acre; 15 acres
at $200 per acre; 15 acres, $200
per aero; 13 acres, $150 per acre; 27
acres, $200 per acre; 27 acres, $150
per aero; 23 acres, $150 per .acre; 25
acres, $150 pr aex; 15 1-3 acres,
$200 per acre.
J. W, DRESSLER AGENCY,
238 West Main Street.
WE D0NT DELIEVE
YOU CAN BEAT THIS:
Thirty-two acres in this tract, fine
fruit land, about two miles from
a shipping point. Tho buildings
consist of u fWo-room box houso,
good-sized bnm, etc. Thero nre
12 acres of 5 and G-yenr-old up
plea, mostly Newtowns, with com
mercial peaches planted between
ns fillers. Also three acres of
yoaag pear trees and some family
orchard. Four acres in alfalfa.
8lx or eight acres of tiraber, most
ly oak and lanrl. Ther. Jb a
pnrapinff plant on the plnoo which
ffnppliea vator for the garden and
ifalfa, eqttrppod with gaflotine
eaciae. Aboat 40 reds from a
vovii sebooL Has rnral roaiV 6t
Mrfcry and telephone. Prio.
If. T. YtWC & C8.
THE ROGUE RIVER LAND COMPANY
NO. 11 NORTH CENTRAL AVENUE
Offers an especially good foothill orchard for a low
price ami on good terms. In these daws of advancing
prices, it will pay to look into this.
It pays to deal with the "Man Who Knows. " When
the Hogue River Land Company sold the Tronson ic
Guthrie orchard at Eagle Point" to the prize winning
owners, four years ago, the salesman, Y. M. Holmes,
assure J the purchasers those Spit.enbcrgtrecs would
produce the world's best apples, and subsequent events
prove the soundness of his judgment. By the way:
Did it ever occur to you that most of the men who have
won out in the Rogue River Valley, bought their win
ning orchards through tho Rogue River Land Com
pany? VT. r. Holmes, Manager, is always at your service
for a good buy.
AN INFERIOR GRADE OF BUTTER TO SAVE ONE OR TWO
CENTS ON THE POUND, when yon enn got tho best for almost tho
same prico from your local creamory Wo don't mix our buttor. Ask
your grocor for it and thus encourage home industry. If your grocer
don't handle it, phone us.
Sweet cream, milk and buttermilk delivorcd every day.
ROGUE RIVER CREAMERY. Phono No. 2881
Bo sure you aro right before you
go nhend, is good advice that upp'ins
to the light business as well as other
business. Electric light has stood
tho test of time as tho safest and
most economical light nun beforo
considering cheaper liphls got the ex
perience of people who have used
them several months at least. 240
Tho storo whore most of the nil
nnswororfl go is tho busiest utoro ;
nlways, evorywhoro, and particularly
in this city.
Not in The Combine
DID YOU HEAR SOMEHING DROP? WE
DID; BUT IT WAS ONLY PRICES
P. O. Hansen. Tow M"ffr
Tfa make any M4 and atyie erf wrndorrTs. Wt enrrj
Medford Ssh & Door Go.
We carry the best meats obtainable. We never sacri
fice quality to make a low price. Wc use the utmost
care in selectine- our meats, and sec. thnt, thn.v nva -nvrm-
t-) 7" - ------ --- z .-w - A Tj
erly kept for the short time they remain in our shop. I
Our prices are not high. We don't try to give as little
as possible for the money, but just as much as possi
ble. A trial order will convince you that what we ad
vertise is true.
Fancy Shoulder Roast . . . . IOC
Fancy Rib Roast I2C
F.tnov Iloil 6 to 8c
Fancy Loin Steak 15c
Fancy Round Steak .... 120
Fnnov Shoulder Steak IOC
Huth 6c Pech Props. Phone 3271
Farm Land Timber Land
Orchard Land P
Residences City Lots
Orchards and Mining Claims
Medford Realty Co
Room 10, JaGkson County Bank Building
RAY GRANITE CO.
Olfioo: U0U West iMuin .St., Modfoid, Oi'u.
Operating Quarry at Gold Ray, Oregon
DK ALIO US IN
BUILDING, MONUMENTAL AND
Your Xnias presents until you have seen the
splendid line of SILVER and EBONY
BACKED BRUSHES, TOILET SETS,
WOOD AND LEATHER FOR PYRO
GRAPHIC NOVELTIES, LEATHER
HANDBAGS AND PURSES, SMOKERS'
SETS, POST CARD ALBUMS, PEARL
HANDLED PENS nnd scoros of othor suit
ablo nrticlos for presonts.
EAST MAIN ST.
For the Best
: JV'JAMO REPAIRING SEE f.TZa.'OnD'S PREMIER E! LG
I.'jS V.hSf MAIN STREET
F. N. CUMMINGS
T. W. OSGOOD
OSGOOD & CUMMINGS
THE BEST EQUIPPED ENGINEERING OFFICE
.IN SOUTHERN OREGON.
Surveys, Maps, Pinna, Spccificntions,
Reports, Estiinntcs, Etc., Wntor Pow
ers and "Wntor Works, Paving mid
Rond Making, Soworngo, Rnilronds, Ir
rigation and Drainage.
OFFICI: MEDFORD NATIONAL BANK BLDG.
By Common Consent
tho crowd makos for tho otoro of
brilliant light This Is bocauao an Eloo-
trlo Sign In front donotoa hustling busl-
noss qualities within. Pooplo llko tho light
as wollao hustling and right prlcos. As an
advertising proposition It puts In ovor-tlmo,
working twonty hours out of twonty-four.
f Our spoolal sign proposition must Intorost you.
ROGUE RIVER ELECTRIC CO.
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