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MEDHTOUP MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREOON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 3C, 1910.
-- -- - k - To Want-Avertise for Boarders is to Have Them -Not Merely Want Them -- - ----- - GOOD HARVEST 2 YEAR OLD TREES Joseph Taylor & Sons Near Mcdfonl Get GO Boxes of Peaches From EJovcn Trees. Clamcil us Trees Aro Only 2 Years Old. Jmtopli Taylor to Bonn, north of tlilfl city, o.r.lin tlm record for tho your for p'iic1hh, picked from 2-yonr-old trn, Tlioy hnvo picked from olovn 2-ynr-old troon or tlio Enrly Crawford rnrloty GO boxo 4.0 boxen to tlio troo, CoiiHlderlni: tlio ago of tlio troon, HiIh In a romnrkubln showing. FISHERMEN DEFY HUME ESTATE New Island on Rogue River Bar Aids 'in Flht for Free Flshlnrj Report ed That Deal for Sale of Hume Property Falls Throunji. MAUSHFIHLI), Or.. Ami;. 1C. Tlio liijuuctloii Hiilt brought by Hor liort Ihmio In tlio name of tlio It. I). Home compr.ny to provont tlio Union Fluliorloti compnuy from (lulling In tlio Itoguo rlvor linn Hiiih fnr hud no offoct, for tlio Union Flshorloii pooplo contlnuo to flh. Tlio men cannot oncronch on tlio litimo liuidtt, which prncllrally ntirround tlio fishing wn tor, hut thuy hnvo found u way out of It, At tlio mouth of tho rlvor, on tlio liar, Ih an Inland which wnH form ed Intit winter. Tho flnhoruion hnvo tnlcon up thin Ulnud iih hendqunrturH nnd contlnuo to fish, bringing tholr catch to Cooh I)ny for trnnHportntlon to Portland. It In reported that tho dcnl for tho purchnHo of tlm I limit) oatnto hy n tiy ml Ira to of Portlnnd mon Iiiih fnllon through, A ntmi of monoy wns pnld iih mi option, hut thlH option linn run out and tho propurty was not taken up, Tho OHtnto coiiBlHtH of tho flHh trl(iH nnd canning plantii nnd thou nan (I ii of ncrcri of timber nnd rnngo land. s IS SATISFACTORY 1IOIIOKEN, N. J Apg. 1C ""Mayor Onynor'H night wiib reatful and IiIh condition Ih HntlHfnctory," Bald tho official bulletin IhhuocI at 8 : a 0 thlH moriiliiK. "Itesplrntloa practically normal," Tho bulletin waa signed hy Doct ors Arlltz nnd lirowor. Mayor flnynnr slept well during tho night and Hooined stronger to ilny. "Tho mnyor la gottlng bettor fnat," said 8ocrotnry Adamaon, Thon ho btiHtlly iiunllflod tho Htntoment by flaying: "What I mean la thnt ho la not getting any woruo and thin la a Tory hopoful sign." .PULLING WHISKERS COSTS $15 PER PULL HALKM, Mnas., Aug., 1(1. Pull ing whlRkora In thla city coats $15 n pull If Frank Jordau'a oxporlonco may bo coualdorod a standard. At 'leant that la what Jordan had to liny la tho tllatrlct court, There nro coiidltlona surrounding Jordan's caao which might bo con- .Bldorud aa precluding It from be coming a Htaudiird prlco for pulling whlakors. .Ionian pulled tho whla- kom of Jacob Schlan, a rabbi, and Home may contend that nuch an act would ho unusual and that tho whla Icon) of a layman might ho pulled at a loss oxpoaso. Thou too, .Ionian, In a dogroo oxtouuatod his offoiuio hy ex plaining that It waa done In tho way of ii Joko. So tho foo of $15 for play fully toying villi n rabbi's whlskora may not, after all, ostahllah a atand- inrd for nuch an offence. But until Home decision to the con trary ,lt bo iiBBiirod that pulling whlakora In this city enn bo quotod nt $15 per pull, If thoro'a nothing a want ad can holp you to accomplish you'ro load ing too qulot a llfol Business 1 ' T Opportunities FOR SALE THE FOLLOW ING ROGUE RIVER VALLEY BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Furniture Store Hair internal for Hiilo to live man who under timiln fiirnituro repairing, olo., nlil oHlnhlinhcd Htmiil, rout very cheap; will mill at invoice; en tire Htook invoiceii ahout $7000. Confcctloncrylco crown, to tnaloii, etc.; ono of tlio IichI lo cations in town of 7000; price $2100. Hardware Store Complete, up to (late Ktock, invoice price, growing town; rare chance for live man. Grocery Store An old estab lished comer in booming town, elegant locnotion, moutly caoli trade. Restaurant and Roomlnrj House - Opposite H. P. depot, reHtnu rnnt on ground floor, H rooms upstairs, nil newly furniHliod, rent $.'10 per mouth; thin is n bargain at $750. General Delivery Business Itnre opportunity for live man, a growing hiiHiucsit in a grow trig town. Notion Store Ono-hnlf inter out for Hale, ontiro stock in voiccH about $1500; good locu tion, choap rent. If you have a business for Halo or want n partner, or if you nro looking for an opening in mime particular lino, let mo know your wants. I can locnte you. C. R. BERAN, BUSINESS OP PORTUNITIES, ASHLAND, I OREGON. ---- MAY PUT A TAX ON FRUIT TREES Governor Hay of Washington Favors Tax on Trees in Order to Raise Funds for an Adequate Inspection of Pests. NORTH YAKIMA, Wnah., Aug. 16. Governor M. K. Hay la quoted by State Horticultural Commissioner F. A. Huntloy aa doing In fnvor of tho levying of a special tax on frult'trcoa to provide for inoro adequate lnspcc tfim""of orchardn. Mr. Huntloy fn vora tho plan t.lco. Frod Thompson, ono of tho author ities on fruit Ir tho Yaklmit vnlloy, Hiiggoata a tr.x of 50 cento nn ncro. Such a tax could not ho laid without a provision for It tn tho stnto law. A plank lr. tho republican county platform provldea for bottor safe guarding of tho horticultural inter ests. FAMILY OF TWELVE MAKES LIVING FROM FIVE ACRES Kdwnrd Kinikor, who lives seven miles Kouttli of Kugono and five miles west of IYchwcjII, was in the city to day to arango Tor bringing in a lott of fruit and other products for dis play in the Oregon exhibit cur to lie sent out by (ho Hill railroads, nUo lor (he Luna county fair and tho ( liambur of Conimorco display m Portland, liioidontully, Mr. Zinikor makes a fine living for himself, wife and Ion children from five acros of rich beaver dam land, llo has about H.'iO acres, hut does not kknow what to do with tho other II 15 acres, llo recently purchased 100 acres of this laud from (ho proceeds of (ho salo of produetH off of his fivo acres This i-ear ho has raised fiOO bushels of onions to the acre, and also raised poultry, prunes, apples mid pours.- Daily tituml. GRAND JURY LOOKS INAO TAXING TIMBER LANDS MONTKHA.no, Wash., Aug. 1(1.--The grand jury look up (he niiitter of tlio taxation of limber lands and corporation properly in Chohali.s county this morning aflor adjourn ment since Friday night. Miss Until TnwiiMuid, deputy assessor, oocupied (ho stand (ho euliro morning, She wn s inlorrognlcd as (o tlm methods of placing valuations on tiinbor laud, (ho jury going fully into (his lino of work. Ilnukius for honltli. If thero nro tlireo houses for rent In thla town, any ono of which would suit you, at least two of thorn will ho advertised In thcno col u in iih, , Watch tho nda and you'll find It. AtiBWcr n few real eatnto adu that "look good" to you and thon dccldo which lookn BEST to you. Pooplo who want to Bell things aro trying to got your attention today and a lot of thorn doservo to havo It. Tho Bomowhnt untiBunl thing you want to buy may bo adrortlBcd In tho "For Salo" column any day now. Want Ads One Cent a Word MANY PRIZES FOR CRACK SHOOTERS Tho Medford dun club In leaving no fttouo unturned In Its offorta to make tho big shoot to bo hold Au gtiRt 18 and 19 a big success. Com mitted) nro now out for prizes nnd buHlnoAH men nro donating them plen tifully. Tho lint no fnr promised conalsta ef: T. K. Dnnloln, Bwoator coat; W. F. Iflancs, hunting coat; Humphroy'e gun fltoro, flHhtng rod and expert reel; Outfield UrotbcrH, S.G pair of hIiocb; T. K. DanlolB hunting shirt; N'lcholflon Hardwaro company, fish ing rod nnd baahot; Medford Furni ture company, hammock; W. W. Ef fort, pair of troiiBoni; Wooks & Mc Gnwnn, rockor; Garnott-Coroy Hard waro company, flvo dozen Bnvago flics; MoJford Furnlturo company, Jackknlvos; Model Clothing company, Wlluon nrothcrs shirt; II. T. Van do Cnrr, $5 In tradp. MARRIAGE LICENSES. To F. M. Carnoy nnd Roma C. Gooch. Tt D. II. McCllntock and Pearl Frnukouburg. MARRIED. LOUDEN-DORN In Jacksonville, August 15, 191u, by J. It. Nell, coun ty Judge, William A. Loudon nnd Addlo L. Dorn. MEDFORD MARKETS. (Prices paid by Medford morohants.) Potatoes, now, $1.401.50 per cwt.; cabbage, 'Jo. Blackberries, $11.25. Oreon onions, 40o dozen bunches-; radishes. 40o dozen bunches; string beans, 4o lb.; lettuce, -10c dozen; turnips, lVo lb.; beets, -10c dozen hunches; carrots, 40a dozen bunches. I'cnchss, G0()S5a box. Cucumbers, 10c to lfo doz. Squash, 35C0o dozen. Corn. lo dozen. Cantaloupes, f0(j)7r)o dozon. WiierinoloiiH, If) to U.ro. Tomatoes, Jle. Pumpkins, 812ijc. Hotter, ICgga and Poultry. (Pricos pnid by Medford merchants.) Itnnch butter, IIOc; fancy creamery, 35o. Frosh ranch eggs, 30c. Alixou poultry, lUfjMUo; spring chickens, laftD-Oo; turkeys, 17c. (Prioos pnid producors.) Hay Timothy, '$1U; alfalfa, $12; grass, $M; grain hay, $1(5. Grain Wheat, ,fl.i5 bushel; oats, KJ2 ton; Imrloy, $.10 ton. Beef Cows, -t-! o; steors, 5 5V&o; pork, Do; mutton, fiBVc; lambs, 0c; venl, dressed, 8o, (Selling pricos.) Rolled Imrloy, $1.90 cwt., $32 ton; bran, $1.70: middlings, $1.85()1.00j shorts. $1.80(0)1.85. FOR EXCHANGE. TO TRADE Hudson touring enr, 5 pasBongor, for city or country prop erty. Car has boon run COO mllos with host of enro. Addross P, O. llov 58S, Medford. , tf FOR EXCHANGE Houso and two lots closo In on Onkdnlo nvonuo, now rontod, vnluo $4,000, will trado for closo In raw laud or plnntod to young ponrs. Box C27, Medford. FOR SALE. FOR SALE D and 10-acro tracts JliBt coming Into boarlng (commer cial varlotlos), closo to Medford; flno black froo soil, t For Salo tl-room houso, modorn, flno nolghborl ood, comoat walk, cornor lot, 120 foot dcop; $2750; $1500 cash. For Salo Ono of tho most artls tlo 5-room bungalows In Medford; ulco neighborhood; oast front; trooa; prlco vory rcxsonablo; 1 will suroly bo Bold this woolc, M'ARTHUR & ALEXANDER Phono 3G81 P, O, Block. 126 A Sure Way to FOR SALE. IlanchM. FOR SALE 113 1-2 acroa, 100 acres good farm land; 14000; 4 home stead relinquishments; 3 home steads never been filed on. Ad dress 2C, cure of this office. Ilualncoa Property. FOR 8ALE Choice business prop erty at a bargain, on long time; easy terms. Address Condor Wa ter Power Co. IIouim. FOR SALE Uoubo and two lots, $2150. Inqulro Bob Taylor, 815 Myrtlo street. tf FOR SALE New v-room modern houso on West Main, 50x118 foot lot, corner, choap, at $3750. In qulro of L. M. Lynns. 716 East Main. 138 FOR SALE Cheap, 3-room bunga - low, with front porch and screened back porch; water and sewer In, and street to bo paved; part cash, ' balanco two years. Call at 319 West Jackson street. 128 FORSALE In Ashland, Oregon" now 8-room houso located on ono of tho best streets overlooking tho en- ( tiro valley; largo lot; plenty of fruit trees. Only a few blocks from ' postofflco. Considered tho best conotructed homo In Ashlcnd. Prlco $6200. For further Information address C. R. Bcran, Ashland, Ore gon. . 127 FOitSALE $T20"0, two-story now! houso. four rooms nnd pantry down Btalrs upstairs not completed; wood abed and well, lot 50x25S; close In. Inqulro J. Rcter. 6 South C, Htrent: 111 FORSALE Twofour-roonT houses, largo lots, salo cheap, beforo Sep tomber 1st. Call 416 Boardman st., or address Box 364, Medford, Or. j 132 , FOR SALE Now five-room modern houso, cornor Dakota and Suth King streets; prlco $2500; terms. Soo W. W. McNealy, at Farmers' nnd Fruitgrowers' bank. 129 Htinlne.ss Opportunities. FOR SALE -Big bargain block lots, ' I). F. Benson, Mooro Hotol. 127" FOR SALT3-Or trade, 320" acres good ' avorago land, well located; all wild j at Mall Tribune oftlco. laud; about 30 acres non-tlllnblo; F0R SALE Chandler & Price Gor no hills; two miles from railroad don Jobhori llxH press; a bargain, station; cornors In Rogue rlvor; InqUire Mau Tribune offlco. 100 acros of this Is worth prlco of wholo tract; cheapest property In ( FOR RENT. same vicinity; good orchard district; I F0U hext Offices over tho post- flno for promotion; will take city or ofn0 Sco A . navls. tf ranch property in part payment, , horo or olsowtoro. J. W. Dressier Agency. tf , FOR SALE- It03tnurant, cheap for' cash; $40 day business; reason for1 fiAlllnr- nnvflnq pnlni. nnot A.l.lrnBa " a ' - " 55S A street, Ashlaud. 130 i FOR SALE Ono best business In Medford. Carl M. C. D.. Trlbuno.127 j Acreage. A UARGAIN- -1C0 acres, nlno miles from Cold Hill; 75-mlnuto drlvo with lond; much of It sub-Irrigated; four living springs furnish flno wn tor tho year around; 00 acres cul tivated; much flno timber and wood; surrounded by splendid stock rango; good mnrkot garden, and bearing orchard, more than suffi cient for family uso; good sovon- room house, uig collar; $50 per aero, easy terms. Soo or wrlto Rex U. Lnmpnian, Gold Hill, Or. 132 FOR SALE 1C0 acres tlmbor near Jacksonville, $17 por ncro. II, F. Bonson, Mooro Hotol. 128 FOR SALE--Or location, 35 qunrtor suctions government land can ho tnkon undor stono nnd tlmbor act $2.50 por ncro; no rosldonco roqulr od; can bo tnlcon as homestead also; 200 ncros of host fruit land ready to plant. Inqulro A. B. Baling, room 34 Jackson County Bank building. 128 FOR SALE 100 acros tlmbor laud, choap for cash, noar Medford. J. R. Stovonson, Tarpan, Tex. 147 Find It FOR SALE Acreage. FOIt 8 ALE 120 acres, Bvans Creek fruit; Improvements; buy of owner. Write 8. F. P.,tter, R. F. D., Wood vlllo, Or. FOR SALE 5 and 10-ncre tracts jnst within and od joining city lim its, at a bargain, on 5 annual pay ments. Address Condor Water Power Co. LoU. FOR SALE Lot, corner Dakoto and So. King streets, $525; sewer and water Into lot; $50 down, $20 a month. W. W. McNealy, at Farm ers and Fruitgrowers' bank. 129 FOR SALE: Beautiful view lot, 9 bearing apple, prune and plum trees; price $3C0. Address M. Ste phens, Dox 568, city. 133 ' FOR RENT Five-room house, $14, $17. No. 1111 North 126 with stable RIversIdo. .Miscellaneous. FOR SALE Household furnlturo for solo. 228 N. Contral ave. i31 FOR SALE Wood, oak or plno In ricks, delivered. Address A. S.. Mall Tribune, or call 622 South Cen tral. 128 I FOR SALE New "Old Trusty," 200 ! esg Incubator and brooder, com- plete. Call 436 South Evergreen street. 133 FOR SALE Alfalfa hay, loose. Ad dress A. S. care Mall Tribune, or , ca 622 So"uth Coatrsli 12s uu &aui.s rf-i uain wagon, gooa as new otako rack bed- also ood heavy harness cheap. Box 627, Med- ford. FOR SALE Steam wood saw. L. O. Van Wegen, Medford, R. F. D. No. 1. 144 FOR SALE Two years' lease on 350 acre ranch, together with G horses, 4 colts, 3 milk cows and all ma chinery necessary for running ranch, 50 acres alfalfa; this year's crop Is between 300 and 400 tons of the best hay; good market; 3 miles from Ashland on fine road. Address A. S. Fllson, Ashland, Or. FOn gALE Legal olanlra ot all kinds trespass and other notices, Housekeeping nooma. FOR RENT -Housekeeping rooms at 327 Snnlh Orlnlnlf. 1"J9 Furnished Rooms. ',,A. ,.... n .... ,, uu uwiNr two iiirnisueu rooms with hot and cold water, olectrlo lights, paved streot. Call nt houso, North of 427 S. Fir. 127 FOR RENT Furnished rooms with board. 325 RIversIdo nvonuo. 131 FOR RENT Furnished cloan room on first floor. 128 Smith building Btroot near city park. 131 FOR RENT NIcoly furnished sleep ing room, cool, bath, reasonable prlco; onsy vnlk; on West Hamilton streot, two blooks off North Onkdalo. 203 Oleson street. tf P01Tin2NlcrLinWli"olirfurnIsli: LMi room, closo in for gontlomon. 243 N. Holly. 127 Houses, FOinrtEKT 4-rooirfiousoToT$70 0". No. 23 North Prospect Avonuo. 127 FO'lOfENTImiieTs rooms, bath and pantry; city wator aud oloctrlc lights. 513 W. Holly st. N. L. Town eond, 721 Bennett avenuo. Phono 4232, Miscellaneous, VUli LUA3T5 Fully "oqulppod gold niino; ton-stamp mill aud concen trator, nil orcrntod by eloctrlo pow oi, Ownor will furnish free oloc trlc powor for shnro In proceeds. Seo Smith, at Condor Wator & Power Co. WANTED Help Wanted Female. WANTED Girl for general house work. Apply to E. E. Kolly. FOR RENT-257acres"of land "and sell horses, hay and Implements. Address Box 12, Brownsboro, Or. 129 WANTED Lady to do washing for small family, good pay for good work. Enqulro 516 E. Main. WANTED Girl for housowork; two In family; will pay good wages. 219 North Oakdale avenuo. tf WANTEDjAt tho Ashland Hotel, Ashland, a chambermaid and wait ress; both must come well recom mended and fully competent; good wages. Address N. D. Hardy, prop., Ashland, Or. WANTED Woman to launder lin gerie, dresses, hand embroidered skirts and do flno laualry; will pay well. Address P. O. Box 423 or tel ephone Mali 2192. tf WANTED GUI for housowork; two Su family; will pay good wages. Ad dress Box 60, care Mail Tribune of fice 127 WANTED A waitress; must be ex perienced. Apply Louvre cafe, tf Help Wanted Male. WANTED Experienced stone cutter and quarry man. Call at Condor Water and Power Co. office. WANTED Salesmen In every local lty of tho northwest; money ad vanced weekly; many make over $1000 monthc choice of territory. Yakima Valley Nuraery Co., Top penlsh. Wash. MlscellaneooA. WANTED To Join party to lnvestl gate Applegate and Illinois River valleys. Go in September for one or more weeks. J. J. H. Box 292 Medford, Oregon. 3t p. a. WANTED To rent, a house, 3 or 4 rooms, close In. Address E. S., care of Mall Tribune office. 125 WANTED To take camping parties to the mountains; have food teams and wagons. Phono or address H. C. Messengor, Agate, Or. UP-TO-DATE shorthand and type writing taught quickly and well; morning and evening school; for terms, address Box 245, Medford. LOST. STRAYED OR LOST Bay mule, weight about 1000 pounds, branded figure 2 on right Jaw, letter U on right shoulder; had halter on. In form Barber and Burgess, Wellen, Or. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Attorneys. W1THINGTON & KELLY Lawyers, Palm building. A. E. REAMS Lawyer, over Post office. PORTER J. NEPF, WM. P. MEA LEY Attorneys-nt-law. No. 9 D street, ground floor. COLYIG & REAMES W. M. Col vig, C. L. Reames. Lawyers. Of fico Medford National Bank build ing. second floor. Architects. NORMAN WINDER, architectural draftsman and buildei: See me about your new home. I can save you money by planning to your own ideas nnd figuring with you right. Write Jhx 37, P. 0., Med ford. JOHNS & TURNER, Architects and Buildors. Offico 7-8, 325 Main. Phono Main 3471. Residence phono 2471. Unions. CARPENTERS' UNION, LOCAL 1840 Moots at Smith's hall, 128 North Grapo street, every Thurs day evening promptly nt 8 o'clock. All journeymen enrpenters, as woll as local mombors, urgod to bo pres ont. Business of vital interest to nil carpenters transacted at those meetings. J. J. Seal, business net. Tin Htiopa. J. A. SMITH Tin shop. Tin and sheet iron wnro on baud nni madr to order. 128 North Q St. Undertakers. MEDFORD FURNITURE CO. Un dertakers. Day phono 351. Night phonos, C. W. Couklin 3001, J. n. Bntlor 3571. Pliotogm pliers. MACKEY'S STUDIO "Poso with Mnolcoy and die with joy." Over Allen & Rongan's store; entrance on Seventh street. Dentists. DR. ARTEMAS W. DEANE-Offic in room 206, Phipps bldg. Gas ad ministered for oxtrnotion of teeth Telephouo Main 343. Night phone 4432. DR. W. M. VAN SCOYOC. Dentist Office in rooms 203-204, Farmers' & Fruitgrowers' bank building, west of the tsaoks. BUSINESS DIRECTORY Printers and PnbUa&M-. MEDFORD PRINTING CO. him th best equipped job office in South ern Oregon; Portlnnd prices. 37 Sonth Contral nvenno. Cement Sidewalk. CEMENT SIDEWALKS, bnotcmason, stone mason, plastering and all kinds of stucco work. Expert work manship at reasonable charges by the day or contract. Address Ma sons, 511 E. Main st., Medford, Or. NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS James A. MacKcnzio, dealer in new and socond-hand furniture, hardware, clothing, boots and shoes Highest cash prices paid for goo'd cast-off clothing. Call and sco mo when you have something to sell. 103 South Contral. Stonographen. ELLA M. GUANYAW Palm Blook. Stenographic work done quickly and well. Billiard Parlors. S. T. BHOWN & CO.Billiaras, Ci gars and Soft Drinks. Up atain, Yonng k Hall building. A nic, cool place to spend tke hot after noons. HopJtaU. SOUTHERN OEEGON HOSPITAL 344 Sonth C st, Medfor, Ore. . W. Hisey, Matron. Official kospital P. & E. B. B. Real Krtate. EAHLE C. SABmOrcharil traoU, city property. List your hojsinft with me. Only desirable property handled. Room 202, Fruitgrowers' Bank bldg. BUI Poster. VERNE T. CANON BiH Poiter ni Distributor. All nrAeira rrrnmntl ;r:; ... ; v. . ------ uuea. xioom j.v, jacjeson uooRtj Bank bnildmg, Medford, Ore. Cigars aad Totaoco. HIELAND & ANTLE, Smokekouse j Dealers in tobacco, curars aai smokers' supplies. Exclusive airenti of Lewis Single Binder, 1 Meritc and El Paleacia. 212 Weat Mail street. Painters aad Paprhacra. H. G. DEAN, O. P. M'MULLEN- Phono 3732. Dean & MoMaUen contracting painters, painting, pa per hanging and tinting. Estimate! on all kinds of painting work Medford, Or. FurnltBrc. H. F. WILSON & CO., dealers ii new and second-hand fuTnitar and hardware. Agents for Mount City kitchen onbinet. 323 B. 7th St MISSION FURNITURE WORKS-1 Corner 8th and Holly ate.. Med ford. Mission Furniture maf e 1 1 order. Cabinet work of all kinai A trial order solioited. MORDOFF & WOLFF Cook stove and ranges. New and second-ban furniture. Eads' old stand, 18 V F st. South. Phone 91, Medfon Ore. Nurserios. QUAKER NURSERD3S Our tre are budded, not grafted. Oar stoc is not irrigated. Wo gaar&ntoe t erything put out. We aro not in ti trust. H. B. Patterson, office rt . moved to 11G East Main st. ROGUE RIVER VALLEY NOR SERY CO.. Ino. Growers of kigl grade nursery stock. Office i; W. Mnin. Tol. 1201. Physicians and BHrgeona. R. W. STEARNS. M. D. OpposK Jackson County bank. Night cal, promptly answered. Office aij residenoo phone Muin 3A32. ' DRS. CONROY & CLANCY, Phya, oinns nnd Surgeons, Taylor aij Phipps bldg., rooms 210, 211, 21. Office phone 501, residenoo phot nm rac;..- i n o J iij.j. wj-i-iuu uours i u. hi. to o p. i; DR. F. G. CARLOW, DR. EV MAINS CARLOW Osteopath! Physicians, Mission block. Phoi 202. Medford. ) Medicines. nOW YOUNG'S CHINESE MEDJ CINES Will euro rheumatism asthma, paralysis, soros and pr vtue uisonsos. iucho remean may bo prooured at tho Sing L laundrj', 123 S, Riverside avenu Medford, Oro., where thov will sold by tho proprietor. Dr. Chow Young has treaty sovoral severe cases with bis rer odios since coming to Medford a has for reference Home of the b known nnd most intelligent citiiaj in ooiuiiorn uregon. uan on ni lirlclc OowimhIm. MEDFORD BRICK CO. flko. Priddy, O. D. Naglo, Geo. O'Brien Centraotere aad maa facturcrs of brick; dualer pressed brick and lime, 0fit Postoffico blook, room 6. Pke: No. 3181.