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CEHTBALWIMTITEHI,
;uncUmitn and Mm. W. IC. Alex
niulfir And Mrn. J, 0. lncotj npnnt
Mija, jo'll,1,Wf rturaoi tltli
Mr; nhit Mm. Will Kcotl at MnJford
urn ttUt fcoinat.iUo kcit IUo at tholr
itlutlter. Mm, W. Kcott, wbo nt
IliU wrltlHR In very III.
Tho runl(ir monthly Kpworlh
lflKUiio doclftl held ut lh,o Y. M. C
A. Tuciuy 0V!(ln( wvvX ft Tsronl
Hrcca. AbuiitKly oC our youuu
Ituuplp ynr9 ljiar(vnnl U riQt hv
Iuk , vory otijuynble evoiliiY .
.TUo. I.Atllon Ahl, of. tho M. E.
church kv n.rocciitloH lu tho a
tpr, Uovv If. N. Aldricb nnd family,
thnjirlnclpp'l juid thn tenchyrn of uiir
Bchoolf NVetlucfdsy ovoon, An ex
cijUcut, v'0Krui wnv rtuiderod. Ur
which r9.(rcHirncuts ccuisUdk, of
liuntmh and wtforn were nerved. All
jirmcnt njMut a, very dollhtfyl oven,-
.MUji m miuricu. J . nmr. c,
Shirley woru JeilforU ylUorf frou)
horn Wcdnoday,iirt4;tt(09.
IHiMk Mia'iH:klitM. watfe,,.Ut
iiwt, vjcinjiy, leu mnsuny iunriuut.
for, ftej-ton, lvmin whore thoy will
lirqnauiy rcmuc.
Mm (I ratio, parvtu toft Tucsdny
iiiernltiK tu tnktho winter wllh
lior, )inron(fl l Uy Cantor, Js'ob.
Minn Mary Olnion loft Tuesday
niornlnR far Now York whero nh will
rdnldo lu tho future.
Mayor W. "W. Cowley IpJt Tufdy
ovctilnc for Uoaton, Mats., ant) other
" eastern citlcm aud will ho nlwont rqoat
of thU month.
'Mr. and Mr". 8. A. PrUInou, mm.
t, 1'. ,J. Taylor, Mrn. A. J. Ilnnby, Mra.
Ida Kniuraon, Mrn. 11. I.. Price, Mr.
nnd Mm. Uert Mcl.cnn, -U. PAxton,
Mr,' Pnlmor, l. It. Bnnderiou, MarUtk
llower wcro Tuesday visitor from
hero to MetUord.
Mr. nnd Mm. J. U. Siunncla, Mr.
mil) Mm. dauw), Mr. nnd Mr, A. J.
Klim of tho Xodoc orchrd,wero
Hhonplnvhoro the first of tho wouk.
Altoruoy Portor J. N'nff of Mmlford
imrutiuhud )hli week all tho lots ho
InuKlnR to AM,il'orry lloatl liu thlH
city, '
Conatnhlo A. I). SliiKlor of Modfqrd
mndo a huslncsa trljv hero Tuesday
uftqrnoon, ,
Col. nud Mrd. Wiuhhurn nnd Cnit.
H. M. NqmIou of Tallin Hock wore
nhpiinln&QvcQ Tucadqy.
NURSE STOLE FROM PATIErll
ANQ CASHEQ HIS BRAFT
ri i'11' '
OUATJE Wftih'., Oct, O.Oeorgo
I.'(JulKlvy, ' Virq, who had i foon
inuployoc) liuSt. Anno'n hostl o.t
Juiicau, Alanka, Is today undorn con.
vlctlon of laronny for pn9lnij qff as
his pwui(1dYit(t bolnuglUK to .Paul
. Uaeklp, a,.inile)it. Uocklo died at
the jhosp)tnr.(r,oin i wouud l llcted
uy. ui,msirB,rj suoouug- nt wye.
Qulkley .claims MiaMio'camo lttto,'th6
litjsoiuiuiu.t',tiio Uratt, to ta,Hecaro.
uot'Baciklij;rHHtjitt. Tho BttUevlipW
vr? HM9 iiiaivojlooK imuui,
DHcklo;8.v)cKaifo1r,lu .qH unp.'
V lV I r-i ;; f V
CQVETED SENIOtl HONORS
QQ TO VERNON VAWTER
, m 4
yNIVEKSlTY OF OltEOOK, EU
OENlil, Oct. 3,At a mooting of tbp
Boiilor class or tho University held
last Friday, Vornon Vawtor, of Med
fprd,, was clouted to nioml)QrBhb,,qn
ho ptudont Affnlm Commlttoo.,)?All
Hontor honors aro coveted honors, and
th( .winning of nuy f thorn tatUM
to tVo popularity of tho candidate;
Ottifi titomhora or tho commlttoo aro
Florence Cleveland, Portland Nolllo
Hom'enway, Cottago Grove; Harold
Wnrnor, Pendlolon:. nnd Warmntl
I.nmh, BU8VH9,
JLi'jJlOJIIll-.JIMJ'J
. JJI . IJ
I
KANE'S CHEEK.
I
Tho Diinluiiollti Krlmol U prorettti
iiiK hli'oly umler tho criulenl I'nnu
UKOiuciit of Air. Johtlwuu.
Mr. mill Jltx. Mnrthiii wirn Kiichi
or Mr. mill .Mm. Klmcr Utumillwiui
on faumlay.
MUn llruuii, (u litiK lirfii muuli
milUxnt'il( U itliln lu Im anf njriiiii,
we nru glml to hnj.
Mr, jiiul MiSj, Ho.y Mc(lipiu-liie of
M)ilforl, who lu(v0 lccn (lie vilest h
of Kmicri Crtek lVJemln for hevcral
ihtyn, Imvo redinicil home.
Mr. iuuI Mrn, Krvk. lute of (irccn
vi(v, t'ul., have Jjccwiiq roidcijti of
Jim Ilrmlcn iniiio.
Joint ()i of JnckiMmvllle iiimln thu
Hmdvii hiIiiii it biiNlni'SH vixit (lie lot
terrmH of l he-week.
Y lire wrry lo wiy (lint John
KiiIIm tin i (ho iniHforiuue whiln nink
lK I'i'ikclH on lily litmipteinl to cut
IiIh knee iiitc liiully nhjch'-wlll keep
hlui from work for mtuo time.
The Rev. Murk DrtYW'ircnrhcil nt
lt Drirtlnnolls cIiik)1 Iiouho oii Huh-
(Joy to n Inrpj mill nUenuvu nudU
eiico.
' Ciir Heudejfxprjiviio 'yUnn openiJeil
on at (he (rrnlitH I'uhh hosiii(uI for
unpeHuVitU home (tnm iri)t Uutt ho
fur rvcuvrrcil iik to return home.
Tho Minims Miiry Hotjih iiikI Iv
Uomtchold,or wert.Suii3iiy vluUpni n
the Hrmlen mine. .
Mr, Murilou mid,. Ciippio Swindon
Hent?n day recently in Hnmn Vulley
(be .trueiMH of Mr. nud .Mm, ONou.
Jlnjl coldrt mid mire thrnntK nro
iiHin quite preyulvut (liroughit (IiIh
.seetfoM,
KnttHim Creek, JiUttiituKvixilorrf to
0oi (li (1Ih weok were Mr. Mnrlin.
Mm. Munlou, i:iir lliRiuhothani,
Mm. Tuylor, Mi. Lewis. Dill YmiU.
Tllr. mill Mrn. Householder, George
iMBiumWittiii, jJwhii Kuoitn, Mjko l-'o
ey nml Mr JohiiHon.
W'eiither I'roidict FoKter DR'dictH
4-oojer 'cttlicr Ttb lujlit (wMif.
AT THE V0
' Too much wooUig, of lA,usqmo
Dan. Tho glrn all knoy Unu Ih
handsonio and ho Uuowh It himself.
They mistrust bin n,s a flirt. Ho
happens Into tho general store and
SooH, au nnuoimcnueat that each
jiacljngo of "Pnucako Flour" cotUnhiR
A beautiful tamoud ring, t Tilu
gives htm n Idea, io purohasea n
twholo case, opens tUcboxus and well
supplied with rings Ivo starta out to
engugo himself to-U,tho pretty,. glrlu
Ut town, Ho HugOi ind hnen oach
one. i turn bofpra atarltnk for tho
u,ext victim. Ho oujoys hiseH. lut
nieiUiily and gouiibapk tothujHtoro
to tell, thu boys. Quo of ttQ Irls
oyorhoars his brag,( Sho tqlls all tho
other girls uik they got- together,
Oi of them wflVoa I)an tt'iueot
)iqr They al py$ tholr horupa
tjgjo'tholr Way4tq tliOAtri'Us
Uivj.,iloj), nt.R, pmltlra.'MttB
ftfai l old.'pIq very iixouarjo
marry, hoo tliqy(ljilUllie.r()(tjHand)
p.jDan. wUbfH,f(p,.flirVyijer, she
Jj(m8..1tttho chtjiiqeaneaiUm.
cQUig.tmpa, n fltf: tif and
kIvh them V chaseiottotofakajglria
.jipa "lil,t(t and1 oJIh roataped
wtwi lyuciiuiH. i nuy uiiur jw (qi iiiiii
off., with his life IMie wjUwarry
Agjtlo. Grahbing-um Uw miibo
him. In- tho horsp trough until, ho
agrooa (o accept t,k,elr aterntlvo,
AVululHlor steps fprward";, parries
Magglo lo Dan. Tho girls depart
uatluf lod that tho- punishment fits tho
crime.
ii. i,j. - ''. v r-, 'v
,Th coHlUeo..bavlM djariept
iHHrtmricawuegrapaiijaj,i aoqiy
excursion, 10 uraierftiifaBuesirea u
those who have' blllf j,'jrlust the
committee to repQKV'M '.?1ctk
.. GEb.-P.UTNAM,
P."J, O'ARAli
' li'8UtlQN,
MBOSD M&1E TRIBtm,
) WJJI 1 SU.
JLLJi.JLl.-l-i
;yjif
Iron .This Tinic
ABMi ATTEMPT TO
-iake wire PAV TAX
IONUpS Oct. 9 T.lmt thu Hrl-
(Uh niitliorUlen have ,almloncd at
tompta to cohiuoI m mau to pay his
wlfo' Income-tax, Ih ovhleuLie.re tf
day from tho unconditional relcano
of Mark Wlki, arretted recoptly for
rofunlng to pay hlx wlfo'H (ax. No
rpHHou for (heir action was glvou by
tho pollen,
'Mm, Wilka, who In n auffragctte,
rofuiod (latly.to pay.
MAN STILL FAMILY HEAD
DESPITE EQUAL SUFFERING
1.08 ANCIKLK8, Cnl., Oct. 3.
While woman la allowed to vote In
California man Is ntlll tho head or
the family, according to a ruling by
Mark Koppol, county school Huperln
iiudeiit today,
Tho decision was made wheu sev
eral wonieu lu tho noil school dis
trict signed an annexation petition,
while, their husbands worn at work.
Keppel refused to recommend tho
CORIETT STILL WEAK FROM
APM-NBrCmS OPERATION
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 3, Contin
ued Improvement was noted today In
tho condition, of James J. Corbett.
former heavyweight champion pugi
list of tlje world, who was operated
on here Tuesday night for nppcndcl
tls. Ho Is still very weak, however, and
although his physicians believe, he
wll, recovor.'tbey say thoy will
unable to mako ajjy definite
nouncoinenttfor sovqral days.
ho
an-
CITV TUEAHUIlKll'H NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that tho
City of Mcdfprd, Jackson county,
Oregon, vdll take up. and cancel the
following bouds. Interest on samo
will cense tat tho next interest pay
ing period Nov. J, 1912.
Improvement Dpnd No. 0432, dated
Nov. 1, 1910, and No. 0C07, dotod
May 1 1011.
Also Water Main Improvement
Pond No. 0001, series '" dated
May 1', 13 ll.
GUSH. SAMUELS,
. City Troasuror.
Daled Oc(, 1, 1013,
V ' v
. NOTICE,
Notice la hereby given that Hiq un
dorslgiiQd w)ll apply nt tho regular
mooting pX tho. city council October
15, 1012, for a lic(U8o to sell boor
and malt products wily In quantities
of not loss, thnit twolvo common
quart,, j)oor liotllcoyQiv lta equivalent
NEW TODAY
A. now rwel! bitlt louso In south
wost MedfoVd, living, rooni, dining
roo'm, -larfipjcltchpu. two betlrooms,
with large closotB,,aud a flue largo
Boraoiiod y,poVch. bh Plpnty .or- cup
bpards, aiid tliouiuitatra can ho dl-
ld,eaptpr'ty(P bNtppnw,, hull and
uoui. ,uppu-,ioi, anu norm , iront,
Plate haf(,boou rke!d tibwn to
' 'Suo meahout .tha-t stock ranches
lu the Applega(eA .They are yell
wbrth'areful liivealtgaUon, ' Some
llrrlffated alfalfa, and.iinore cau ho
uasity uExetopou.'4 (to prices aro
froip a7vCa to ,0Q an ncro.
. A ifi0 P-cres stools or gonoril farm
ing ranch (hroo miles from Urowus
vllle In tho''Wlllaniotto valley, Good
r9diawJ,jjo),Q,ql near. fjqp4 (WW
,bhlhUH, or acres lu grain and ttho
,hlanVln (tood nativepastu. T,k
saenur clover country, tjjo
owner vvlll '.take mbsi.ot the price In
trade tar iwoperlyiln. the valloy.
lrlce tMiQttarljjfr-.
C, D. HOON
. JuckvoH CoHMtyRank RhU04k.
, ' ' ?
MBPrfb; OREGON; TUUKSDAY, OQOm(i$m
I'oJJMU uuw
.
to -thu cojiHiimer from our pbu-e of
buslncHN nt .s'oT'JOl Houth Riverside
nvenuo for-a jrlod of six months.
OfcO.' MAPLK,
. , , WAIVTKK K, HARUY.
Dated Oct.. 2, '1912.
I
i 8.KV- 'a IT
VJ. MlM&S.
...
1pAtA"ble;in advawoi
JKATI8:r.5Sne cent per worS
per inartio; 50c the line by
the moitiw i
FOR RUN T IIOUSKRKEVINQ
ROOMS.
FOR KENT Furnished housekecp
Inn rooms, lights, ros. close In In
qulro 33T"W; 10th 8)., afternoons.
168
FOR RBNTiIodcrn furnished
l)usikeopfngooni. 61cose,ln. 134
South Bartlct 1G8
FOR RKNT HOAItn AKD ROOJtS
FOU ENT Board and. rooma, pri
vate family, 517 S. IfollBt. 170
for RRyzmrovM
FOR REST- Futnlahod 6 room cot
tge modem, 518 King St. t
FOR'RBST FuTrilshed house closo
iat 60. orth';Orange,
FOR nENT M9dern furalshed 5
room bungalow. Coll mornings.
422 South Laurel.
FOR RENT Furatshed house with
. all modern conveniences. 730 W.
Eleventh St.
FOR RENT Modara me-rooa
aoqse. m. A. JUder, at M. F. ft
H. Co.
i't
FOR RENT 10 room house rear of
Farmers & Fruitgrowers bank',
aultablo for business, real estate.
j boarding Qr rooming house. Gold
Ray Realty Co., Cth and Fir sta.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT Large sleeping room1,
$1.50 and $2 per weok. Modorn
housekeeping apartment. $15 and
$16. Home phone 266-K. 222
South Holly. t
FOR RENT Modorn furnished
rooms at tho Cottage, 004 West
10th St., two blocks south Medford
Hotel. Hot and' cold wator In
rooms. Mrs. 1 M, Cosa
FOR RENT Nloely furnished, down.
stalra bod room In new modorn
house, 3 blocks, from post office.
Phono 3G3-L.
FOR RENT FURNIfUIED APTS.
FOR RENT Smltk Apts. U7 8. R1t.
FOR RENT--Fiirnlshod apartment,
new, private bath, hot wator heat.
Tho Borbcu Apartments, 10 Quince
St., phono 347-L.
FOR ItENT 3 room furnlsned flat
$12 i4r month. 322 S. Central.
1C6
FOR ItENT OFFICES
FOR RENT Large, comfortable of.
flco oqrts with' elevator sorvlco,
sieam neat, not anu tola wntor,
' Low rtlea. Alipl MedfordFurnI-
trfrp )Idiw, Co,,
FOR RKNlv-MWCJPLliANKOUS
FOR
RENT Itaiichna' lai-aa anil
ematlj. alfalfa 44 gardon. lands,
v -Qpld;itay eaHy,Cq'," 6th4and Fir,
-.' ' .1 . . , . . "
FQRi-RRTtVaO romJurnUhed hotl
oa ,'ic,ftYtao.,''taoW,Ray Realty
Ob, , .' ',''
FOR M AUU-II4 AJfD,
FOR SALE-RaneMa; acre tracts,
twoni properly pa, s and 10 years
tlnte.AGold Kay Realty Co., Sixth
and Jlr7
yoR HALyHimjaioi
FOR SALE Boautlfsl 9 room bunga
low, hard wood' floor apd modorn
throughout, must be.'seen to be an
.jWeWated. Will sacrifice on ac
count oMeavlug'tewit. Mrs. O. B.
,-3lrow4. 436 N. ' ..Bartlett, phon6
-jxam ftpei. , ,
FOR SALE A cosy room raodera
bungalow, on large lot cheap, must
sell at once, owners Home phone
82-W. T" ';;";, 170,
Ut SALE 4 roq pupe and Ipt,
$600.00, aqldRay Realty Co.,
ilxlliiaud'Flr 1 f if
J m ;. lV :i.
am jm ," m m
A-m m m. m mm m -u u m? m w- m
C'
8ALB ACKXAOB
FOR SALEA Kemutlftil building
site just east ' of Bedford city
HraKs". High' akd; sightly, perfect
drainage, fine vlrw of Medjford and
the valley, building' restriction on
adjacent property,. Three lots
tneas'krlng 40,000 square feet or
nearly an acre. .Fronting on Jack
son Boulevard which -will be one
of the finest,, drives la Medford
" when jthe new Bear Creek bridge
Lt completed. This pYdperty can
be put chased for S605down long
time and easy terms on balance.
This cannot be beat for a. high
grade, residence location. Address
P. O. Pox 702. Medford,. Oregon.
FOR SALE Large acreage fruit.
lands. Exchanges, W. J. Hulls, E.
1L Fregcb, No, 6, 8. Central with
wumv - -
FOR AU5 MISCKtlANIIOU
FOR SALE $15.00 Vacuum Cleaner
at half prlco, or will trade for rug
or furnlturo, 636 west, tp au
" 1C7
FOR SALE Good work and driving
porse, $76,00. A. K. Ware, room
4, Jackson County Dank Bldg.
FOR SALE PIbq plow and rubber
tire English go-cart. Pacific phone
20:J-4.
FOR SALE 1912 6 passenger au
tomobile almost new. Bargain for
cash. Box 80, Tribune.
FOR SALE I International 10 II
P. Jhorlxontal gasoline, engine- prac
tically new at a bargain. Addresa
C, co,re Tribune. 156
FOR SALE Good sound horse,
drive single or double1. Phone
597-11-3. P O. Box 312, 168
FOR- SALE Good work team, har
ness, wagon and farm implements.
742 W. 14th St., or phone Home
123-W. 169
FOR SALE Ryo for seeding. Home
grown ryo for orchard seeding.
Has a little vetch In it. Now Is
the time to bow. Price 2 cents
per pound. Inquire It. D. No. 1.
Medford, Box 83, or phonp 814-F-23.
XCC
HELP WSSTKOrmtAIM
WANTED Girl tor general houso
work, good wages, 611 West 10th.
ilrs. Wm. Budge, 167
WASTED Cempeteut woman for
general housework. Must bo a
good cook, Phono, SU-F-12.
WANTED Girl going to school who
will help around houso for board
aud room. Good home. Address
II. W. R.. Mall Tribune.
"WANTED-r-Gqod woman cook, lib
eral wages. A. P, Stover, phono
811-F-31. "
WANTEU SITUATIONS.
WANTED General housework, fqre
1100U3 by young woman. Call at
233 & nivursidq AVe, 167
WANTED Position on ranch by ox
porlenced orcliardlat. Box J. D..
Tribune; 163
WANTJCO- MMCKUiARaOtm
WANTKD-Te traie aond J yaung
team. wo(g.ht 2.50, ?or dry fir or
oak wood. Inquire or Japes Bros,,
ITnmn nhntin SOI.V
WANTED TQ BU Gbo. second
liapd" light hack wIUT top. "Janes
J(roa.V orne 9m S01-3?,
WANTED TP REJMT-WV. typpwa;Uer.
$. SCarpntMe.yqvd.jQre. 1 6.G
WANSJrSijrluK clLlckjJns,.j:9ottora
K lmi5Kin y QUU3C J a
Lyons, Pheeulx.
WAK'TEDTq rent amaU HTnr
nlshad, house, olosa liv oh paveU
stroeiyGlve deHcrlptiou. and price.
J?. O. 80x7574, j ' i m 168
WANTED TO'RENT Modern eight
-eoa4 -liousd' or sovop rooms and
stooping porcli, closo in. 'Box 92,
Mall Tribune. n
WANTED Take your money Out of
tho savings btinlc. 4 e.r cent 'la
not enough, lr $7000 yau fcdu
Kav3'4 nw hpmea. (;bst,r$l2la00
fqr '$7,00, $.l,,qqo. will Jiajudln.
arnih'g,'tO,PQnet nol.'nnd these
values, will luqreasa each year. J.
W. Urewler; ..a,geppy, 4.29 M, fc &
' HCov Bld. . ' 168
m wpwiiumnn m r" T " ' 'e1
WANTKftreAn: rogu aUluo Mall
1 ipwpI I I I II Nil i vawiv m
tlb,Ua.qfteJe. ,, m
WANTKb-V.lWH $500, . on Iw-
f iMAtnJ ' uvanart v AlilrcLOa Ti . i.f..
jjluiiTrUJoV' ";. ' 1TI
WANTED A sca.d, baud ru 12x12
fe0t.Pli9tto.Pft9ino 4902, 107
,
- yw
MONEY TO LOAX.
WANTED TO LOAN G0O on Im
proved properly. Address L. W.,
Mall Tribune. 166
FOR KSCRARGR
FOR EXCHANGE Portland 'proper
ty for Medford aad vicinity, Own
er Box 47. Route, 2, Centra Pola,W
Oregon, v ,
RraiNBM QFPOitgrCKIKIBS.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Anyone
wishing to engage .in1-the' billiard
business caa purchase all er si naif
Interest in the Owl Bllllard.,par
lers aa owner' wlshe to go away.
Same can be purchased at a very
reasonable figure'. S. I. Brown.
BUSINESS DtfeECTOKY
Accountant
D. R. WOOD General Accountant
Your books audited and kept (for a
reasonable figure; your business
solicited. Office. Medford Mall
Tribune bldg: phone 6611; resi
dence phone 6302.
Auto Supplies.
LAHER AUTO SPRING .CO. Onr
big secret in making springs Is the
tempering. "Were- operating the
largest, -oldest and best equipped
plant in the Pacific northwest. ;Use
our springs when ethera fall. Sold
under guarantee. 26 North IStb
street. Portland. Oregon.
JAberaey
D. W.'BAGSHAW Attoraey-at-Law.
Jacksonville, Ore. Office: Bank
bldg., eecond' floor. Pfeeae: Fa-
64 tie. Main S3. ,
a H REAMES. LAWYER Office
Medford National-Baak building,
second. floor..
PORTER J. NEFF, WM. P. MEALEY
Attorneys-at-Law. Now. 1 aad 2,
Postofflce bldg.
A. E, REAMES, LAWYER Garnett
Corey bldg.
MULKEY CHERRY (R. F. MUL-
KEY, GEO. W. CHERRY) Rooms
11 and 12 Jackson County Bank
bldg.
Bill' Poster
VERNE T. CANON Blip Poster and
uisinomor. h eraera promptly
filled. Roqm.;29 JatjkBon County
Bank bldg., Medford, Orvou.
Urick ami Cement, ,
The Medford Hydraulto Cement.
Brick; and Block Works. In,
clalty; ornamental brick, for fire
places, tilo porckeu,' columns, water
tables, sills, caps, arches, chimneys,
lawn vases, jardinieres, flower pots
Phono Mala, 641, corner loth and
Kir, streets.
Civil BBgineer
LOUIS W, WHITING Clvif Engineer
ana ourvoyur. - vvaier Tiimgs anu
Irrigation work a specialty: sur
veys, subdividing,, building grades;
city engineering, drafting, sewer
dosign, con.qret.0 work, pump, and
canal systems, Room 2, Palm blk.,
Medford, Oregon.
Clilropra.ctora
DR. A. R. HEDGSs. ur Louisa K.
Hedges, Mechano-Thoraplsts Glilrq
practors, Spondylothorppls, Those
systems, Including dlQtetlcs, cura
tive gymnastics, hydro-therapy,
etc., produce results In 'both acute
and chronlo diseases, Consultation
free,. 2,30 Nv Barye atrqqL next
door to M. p. church. Hours, 9 a.
a(oB p, m. -.'other hours by ap
pointment., Sell pheaoMaln 4171.
DR. It X. LOCKWOOD. Chiropractor,
nerva sneoiallBt. ' Rooms 203-04-
05 .GarHett-Corey k Bldg-, Vapor
hatha and bcImUIUq massage, gjvea;
advice. In. a.leteUo?, ' medical gym
na'stlca, hydrotherapy. Lady at
tendant. Pheue 'Home 145-K.
Main 7&7S.
Grantte Works
SrJ&tY 'r O. Nogle, Gepv T,
O'Brien Contractpra and manu
facturers of brick ? dtearara fa
pressed brick, and lime, Offlee at
their brick yardnWeat Jacksaa. at.
Phpae,K9. ?46L
Hotels.
m 'ii'iiinn Mi ' I'm'' 1 "
tiiepark; v;rw hoticl Roa
$0 per weejc, meals .25 eeats.
' "Transient 85" ceuts a night, J. T.
Perry, l?rop, 7
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BVMtttm DIRECTORY
Cb4ee MmHcIr
CHOW YOUNG'S CattMM m4Mhm
will cure rhcaaMtkm, atarrh,
cold, goitare, threat t4 lung"
trouble, deafness; paralysis, private
diseases and' all kinds of chroute
aad Bervoufl allmeat. itoawett
trouble, cenetipatlon. indlgeetloii,
womb aad bladder troubles. Sea
merat 241 8. Front st, Medford,
Ore., to i 8:30 to 7:$e. Reeldeace
pbene Main 42. Ci
Dcatkns
DR. W. M. VAN HCOYOC
DB C. O VAN SCOYOC r
". ZMtieta
Garaett-,Gorey- bldg., suite 319,
Medford, Oregon, Both Phones. 1
DRi ARTEMUS W. DRANK Dentist.
Office Rialte bldg., 123 B. Mala.
Gaa administered for extraetkia of
teeth. Telephone Mala 681. Might
phone 4432.
Gartwge
GARBAGE Get your premises
cleaned up for the summer. Call
oa the city garbage wagona for
good service, Phone Mala 6251. F,
Y. Alien.
J WM3aFtJ -
QUAKER NURSBRIBS Oar trees
are budded, not grafted. Our stock
la not irrigated. We auaraatea
everything put out We are aot la
the trust. II. B. Patterson. Office
removed to office Hotel Nash, la-.-
,14a eatraaee aext to barker shop.
Printers M(t PsbHrtiere
MEDFORD PRINTING CO. kaa th
beet equipped joh office In aoutaera
Oregon; book binding, loose leaf
systems, cut paper, etc., ete. Pert
land prices X7 N. First.
Physicians and SarKcone
DRS. CONROY & CLANCY Physi
cians and snrgeons, Taylor and
Phlpps bldg., rooma 210-211-218.
Office phone 501, residence phone
612. Offlee hours 9 a. . to 8
p. m. -
DR. F. O. OARLOW, DR. EVA MAINS
CARLOW Osteopathic, physicians.
Moved to rooms 416 and 417 Gar-nett-Corey
bldg. Phone, Main, 6351.
DR. STEARNS Pbyslclan. and sur
geon. Office Jackson County iBank
Bldg., rooms 17-18-19, phone 5501;
residence 307 8. Dakdale, phone
7171. Home phone, tesldeaee 109,
office 130.
DR. 8. A. LOCKWOOD Physician
and Surgeon.
MYRTLE & LOCKWOOD. M. D.
Practlco limited to diseases of
wpmen. Offices over asking Drug
Store. Office Phenes: M. 1001
tendant. Residence- phono Main
5712, office llama 145.
DR. J. J. EMMENS Physician and
Surgeon. Practice limited te eye,
oar nose and throat. Eyes sales
tlflcally teeteJ and glasses supplied.
Offico 216 13,, Main st. oyer Med
ford Hardware company. Hours
8:30 a. in. to 8 p. . Both phones.
E B. PICKEL, M.. D. Office Jack
son County Bank. Offlee phone
M. 432; Ilea, phone, M. 582.
DR. J, W, J. MARION Physlelan
and Surgeon. Office rooms 5 aad
6 Keatner bldg. Office hours 10
to 12, 2 to 6, Phone. Bell 271,
Aesldence phono Bell 273,
E. KlltGHGBSSNKR. M. p.r-Prae-r
tlco limited to Chronlo Disease.
Office Hotel1 Holland, Wednesday
10-3: Both phones. Resident
pfcoiice; Farmer 16xxG Ragle Point
aad Rogue River, line.
HERMANN '"F. RATTiu,"M: D.:
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oyer Medford Natleaal Bank.
, CMfio phone sm, ' -Rea., Rate)
Holland. "T x , '
OLARK R. 8AUNDBRS. M.' D Frai
tleetHmltd to-Eye, Bar Naa aad.
Throat, Kyea sqlentltlcally. t44
and glasses furnished whoa laajfgrt,
Garnett-Corey Bldg., StilfSSc.
Both Pheaes, Medford, Ore,
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