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Mrs. C. Av Noot who hart been vU
Ijlng In Catlfdroln, returned this
n. ,lt. "McCabe made ft professional
visit .to Jacksonville Wednesday at-
, lornoon. ' ,
, Cap"t. A .T, Stewart of Cottage
Grove Is making MedTord n visit. Ho
-was ono of tbb pioneer hortlcuUur-
l8tH of tho valley.
Joseph Wilson Is In from tho homo
.rnnnh for n Jew days.
Mrs. Halllday-Halght, contralto
imiill of Marches!, (Paris), Kandeg
ger (England), George, Swoot, Os
car Saengcr, Now York, will receive
pupils for vocal culture at residence
studio, -103 Oakdale avenue. South.
Phono Main 72(52. 223
Mrs, M, Hnrbangh of Jacksonville
waa among the Med ford shoppers
Wednesday afternoon.
Carkln & Taylor (John II. Car-!
kin and Glcuu O. Taylor), attornoys-al-law,
over Jackson County Bank
llulldlng Medford.
George H. Haines, of Portland,
secretary of the Oregon Horticultural
society, Is In Medford. '
The Rose Maided Is coming.
J. B. Spencer xt WTe1Ien spent a
low hours in-.our city Wednesday,
Oak and hardwood $1.50 and $5.00
per cord. Gold Ray Realty Co.,
Sixth and Fir.
Miss Xellls jAJfcIntyre and Miss
ifary Wettercr were over from Jack
sonville Wrednesday evening.
I have Installed a cleaning plant
and am In shape to rcclcan any seed
grains. Vetch, votch and wheat,
winter oats and seed barley for sale.
li. B. Brown at Ruse mill.
Mrs. C. M. KIdd was the guest of
Mrs. Paul Janney of Perrydale on
Wednesday .afternoon.
Home-made mince pie. Manhat
tan. 212
Mrs. II. B. Cole of Colestln made
Medford a visit Thursday,
For goodness sake, have R, A.
Holmes, the Insurance man wrlto
your Insurance. Ho knows how.
' E. A. Sherman and Rev, E. II.
Hicks were down from mAshland one
dayf-'thls week.
Loose leafs for ledgers, day books,
Journals or cash books, with or wlth-out.blndcra-at
Mall Tribune. , tt
Mrs. Mr Whiteside and Mrs. E.
Band of Jacksonville -were among
their Medford. friends Wednesday
Artistically printed letter heads on
fancy -bond paper make fine Christ
mas presents. Let us show you
samples. The Mall Tribune tf
4 (jQhn E. jPclton of -Rosebtirg and
Chas. A. Hoyt of Fort Klamath, well
jinown siockbuycrs, arc In the val
ley. , .
Home-made mincc-racat, DoVoe s.
Peter Ernele and Wm. Arrasmlth
of .Jacksonville were visitors In
Mcdford Wednesday.
Glasses fitted without use of
drugs. Dr. Rickert, over Kontner'a.
A. A. Boyco and J. T. Hogan of
Tolo 'were among tho many from
outside .who transacted business in
Medford during the -week.
Real home-made bread at DoVoo's,
A. Press of Klamath county, is
making Medford a visit.
Legal blanks for sale at tho Mall
Tribune office, tf
Lewjfi'A. M'altvof Jacksonville, ,-whp
Is contesting Tthcr right to n home
stead in Squaw Lake district with
-M. M. Welch, was In Medford
Wednesday on business connected
Vapor baths and scientific massage
51,00 for men and women. Dr. R,
J, Lockwood, cbiroprocter and nerve
Bpeclnllst, 203 Gnrnott-Coroy Dldg.
Phono Hume 11G,
Goo. L. Hoff and others engaged
lu developing a mlno south of -Jacksonville,
tarried In Mcdford Wednes
day night.
Tresspass notices for sale at the
Mall Tribune office. tf
Chas. Craig has become a resident
or Mcdford and ongaged In business
at GU3 Anderson's old stand.
Hot cakes and maplo syrup. Man
hattan. , 212
-Voto carotully S, P. train No. 20'
goes north at .7:30 fl. m. Jnsfend of
7:1$J n". m.as formerly and No. 10
115:58- p,,m, 'Instead of 6;16 p. m,
( and Vdon't' get. left,
.' Oak and hardwood $L DO and $5.00
per cord. Gold Ray Realty Co.,
Sixth and Fir.
Tito ladles of tho Presbyterian
chifrch will hold an all day bazaar
on N'o 2Cth at the church. There
will be onJe.., fancy work, homo
canned 'frulti' hqmc made candles,
etc. Ludeltfs. will he served ail
day. '
Homenitldo piluco plo. Manhattan.-
fl i '
, Weeks &McGowan Co.
Bay raeai M71
'laM Himmi T, W. Wks 071
"'" A. S. err,, WW
Will. A'on dor, Uollcu or Eagle
Point was In Medford Thursday l)ay
Ing election bets. Ills .confidence
In tho running Qualities of Ren Sell
ing reacted upon his pocket book.
Henry U. Allen or Urtch, ono bt
tho auccessful cattlemen of that sec
tion spent Thursday In Medford.
. A, A. Davis is back from n trip to
Sah 1-Vaiiclsco where ho closwl the
deal for Hie purchase of his lavgn
orchard. N
Dr. Rlckcrt, eyesight specialist.
over Kentnor's. No drops Used.
Col. J. F, Mundy has had a party
of San Franciscans hero looking at
largo tracts of land with n view to
Collect thoso scattered sheets of
music you value and have them
bound lu book form at the Mall
Tribune, tf
A. Jeldness, tho Blue Ledge miner;
has returned to tho mines after a
week spent m vfcdford.
$2000.00 or fraction thereof to
loan on Improved country real es
tate at current rates. Carkln &
Taylor, Jackson County Bank Dldg.,
Ben Sheldon Is receiving congrat
ulations ifrom friends. Ho is now
mayor of Medford, according to the
Grants Pas Courier.
Ilrlng that old book with torn
binding down and havo it rebound
at the Mall Tribune ofrico. Costs
but little. tf
Mr, and Mrs. BenJ M. Collins or
Jacksonville spent AVedti03day even
ing at Mcdford -with friends.
I have Installed a cleaning plnnt
and am in shape to reclean any seed
grains. Votch, vetch nnd wheat,
winter oats and seed barley for salo.
L. B. Brown at Russ mill.
Moso Barkdull and Bob Dow arc
at Willows, Cal., on a duck hunting
Soft wood $2 a tier. Gold Raj
Realty Co.
J. A. Isaacson of Central Point
was a recent visitor In Medford.
Try a Vapor bath for that cold. Dr.
R. J. Lockwood, Garnett-Corcy BIdg.,
Phone Home 145.
Lincoln McCormick, E. G. Burgess
Jr., Alfred and A. S. V. Carpenter
left Wednesday evening for Roseburg
called by the sudden death of Whit
ccmb Field.
Mrs. Sarah Anthony- of .Evans
creek is in Medford on a short busi
ness trip.
Dr. R. J. Conroy has moved his
office to the Hutchison & Lumsdcn
building. Those offices were for
merly occupied by the commercial
club. Drs. Conroy and Clancy have
dissolved, -partnership.
Mr. rnd Mrs. Louis French of
Portland are In Medford on a short
business trip.
Hot cakes and maple syrup. 'Man
hattan. 212
Harry Savage of Grants Pass Is In
Med'ord on a short business trip.
John Offenbacher of Applegate
was a recent visitor In Mcdford.
Corn for sale at Isaacs' ranch.
C. W. ShcrmaD of Talent, one of
the leading members ot tho socialist
party In Jackson county spent Thurs
day in Mcdford. Mr. Sherman has
the honor of coming nearer an elec
tion than any other socialist on the
ticket at tho last election. Ho ran
for Justice of the peace and was de
feated liy only ono vote.
The father or M. A. Radcr of this
city who Is visiting Medford suf
fered a paralytic stroko "Wednesday
evening and Is not expected to re
S. A. Kroschol, manager ror the
Medford Brewery and Ice Plant, has
a splendid six room bungalow near
ly completed on West Fourth street,
near tho German Lutheran church.
This is indeed a very line dwelling,
being modern In every respect with
largo, comfortable rooms and these
very conveniently arranged. Tho
interior finish is In Nr while tho
paneling is In nutve ash. Messrs.
Balcom & Gordon aro the contrac
tors. J. J. Potty, formerly manager of
was n McdTord Wednesday on busi
ness, and while here was the guest
of Mr. and (Mrs. Charles D. Hoy.
John. Peterson is orcctlng a now
flvo room bungalow on ono of the
several lotH ho ownH on West Palm
utrpet. The building will be modern
throughout, and underneath it Mr.
Peterson Is putting In a flno, large
basoment which will bo finished In
concrete walls and cement floors, this
to be used for a laundry room,, cellar
and wood shed. Mr, Peterson will
occupy It himself.
Miss Sadlo Amann who was called
here from Oakland, Cal., about fl
week ago on account of the death
of her father, Frank Amann, re
turned Thursday to her homo. Her
mother, -who accompanied her to
'Medford wllUrflturn to Oakland. with
in a few weeks' and will -ho accom
panied by her nelce, Miss Borthn
Brandenburg, who will spend tho
wlntor In Oakland.
Mrs. George Trask of Applegate is
In Mcdford visiting friends.
J, E, Anderson of Savage creek Is
spending a fow days in Medford vIh
Ring his mother.
Lewis Ulrlch was a recoht visitor!
In Medord.
A, A Travis of Dead Indian is In
Medford on a short business trip.
August D. Slngler left Thursday
morning for Junctiou City -whore ho
will tnko 11 1.. Bishop Into custody
add return him tu Medford. Ulshnp
Is 'wanted on. a clmrgo of obtaining
momvy under false pretenses.
llarry W, Treesnn loft Thursday
morning for n visit with relatives at
Seattle. Ho will bo absent about
three weeks.
Mrs. 11. L TuUlo n( Central
Point spent Thursday In Medford on
buslne. r.
(Co'nUmtod from page 1.)
Kiting in Itosptioi'us
HUDA PEST, Nov. 2 1. Constanti
nople despatches received hero today
say Clint the sound or guns at sea Is
audtblo at the southern end ot tho
Uosphorus. Tho Uulgnrlans re
treated today four miles to trenches
outside tho TchataIJa fortifications.
Porte confirmed today earlier re
ports that Turkoy has rejected tho
allies' terms, deeming them exces
sive. Fighting has ljeeti orodered
SEML1N, Hungary. Nov. 21.
Despatches from a Turkish source
received here today claim a victory
on tho Black Sea for the Ottoman
forcrs, while rrom Soria coinesnews
of a Bulgarian victory in the same
Turkish advices say that four Bul
garian torpedo boats attacked tho
Hamtdieh, nnd that two ot them
were sunk and tho other two drew
off badly damaged. The Bulgarians
claim the Hamldleh sank.
PARIS. Nov. 21. Constantinople
despatches received here today quote
Kalmll Pasha as declaring that the
war with tho Balkan allies will con
tinue uulcss tho allies offer better
terms ot peace than have yet been
Dead Lying Everywhere
Kalmll Is quoted as saying that
Cholera Is subsiding among the
Turks. This Is denied by eye wit
nesses, who declare the dead and dy
ing are lying everywhere at Iladem
keul. nnd that but little etfort Is
being made to remove the sick to
the cholera camp at San Stefano.
Medical treatment, these .witnesses
say. Is most perfunctory. Crowded
cars of sick are arriving at San
Stefano arG unloaded head over
heels down an embankment. Tho
death rate among the stricken Is
said to be more than fifty per cent.
ALMA, Mich., CS'ov. 21. Lying in
the hospital here in a sorlotis con
dition. Captain Entile Johnson ot the
Alma College football team, was In
formed today that he played through
Saturday's gamo against Detroit
with a broken neck. This dlscovory
was mado by tho physicians after an
ex-ray examination. Johnson was
kicked In tho neck at the opening of
the second halt and although In great
paiiij played until the game ended.
BERLIN, Nov. 21. Suffering
from tuberculosis of tho hip Joint
nnd hemophilia, little hopo Is enter
tained for tho completo recovery of
tho Imperial crown prince of Russia,
according to a message received from
St. Petersburg today by tho Vos
slscho Xoitung, whoso correspondent
claims his Information is from nu au
thentic Hourco.
For tho past week tho musical stu
dents of St. Mary's academy, aided
by the literary talent of the high
school classes, have been busily pre
paring a program in which they will
rtresent a comedy, "My Aunt's Heir
ess," varied, by many select mimical
numbers. Parents and fripnds will
enjoy tho program on Friday after
noon at 2 o'clock In the acadomy
iniiBlc hall.
Tho evening of November 22 at
8 o'clock tho auditorium and spacious
dining, hall will be opon to the
yodugtlady students of the academy
and games, music and. dancing will
be a feature of tho evening's pro
gram. TOM'S RIVER, N. J., Nov. 21
Prediction that J, Frank Hlckoy tho
chemist arrested hero for tho murder
of seven-year-old Joseph Josephs at
Lackawanna, near Buffalo, V, Y
will break down and confess -was
made today by District Attorney
Dudley and Chief of Pollco GIIhoii af
ter they hud visited Hlckoy In his
cell. . .
lllckoy said: "I may bo a drunk
ard, but I am not a murderer. I do
not fear a fair trial, hut I do fear the
pcopIo of Lackawanna,"
Amrdee V. Itcyburn, Jr., who in
horlted $.VX).000 n few years ago. Is de
fendant In an action for divorce broughl
by Mrs. Florence Kclley Reyburn,
gmndditusldor of Mrs J L. l. Morri
son, long the recognised head of St.
T.ouH MKiety.
Mp. Kc.vimru l the daughter of Al
lnrt T. Kcllty, n banker, of ,Yw York
Mls. KeHey. who Hi rd In New York,
was frequently it lr grandniothrr's
.New York h"-, mid v.nx n favorite lu
St. Louis .oele.v
OAKLAND, Oil.. JCm. 21. -With
tho arrest here of Jls 1 K. Wright,
practically n clean sweep was mado
on the doctors and women in the
northern California district, under in
dictment for aliened illegal practice
and the salo of illegal drugs and in
Htrumetita by use of the mails.
So well were the plun.s laid thnt
only one of those indicted learned of
the investigation the pon author
ities were conductinir throughout the
United States and succeeded in get
ting out of jurisdiction. He was Dr.
K. A. l'eubudy of .San Francisco nud
Oakland, who is yi'qw in Mexico.
Dr. l'eahody W also being sought
hv the San Fnuijiseo ixiliee in con
nection with n i'rniniunl operation
which resulted falnlly. Jlondt were
furnished by u& .those, urreslcd and
they will ho arraigned in the United
Stnlert district court Dee '2.
Pcaco negotiations between General
Savoff, commander-ln-chlof of tho
Bulgarian army and ftnzim Pasha,
tho commander of tho Turkish army,
began today at Hadamkeut village,
near tho lines of TchataIJa, on either
side of which tho two armies are en
camped. Reports (hat n massacre of Chris
tians has started at Jaffa, thirty
miles northwest of Joritsalem, have
not as yet been confirmed, hut there
Is great anxiety hero among repre
sentatives of the powers. Tho Rus
sian cnllser Oleg Is atcamltig full
Hfed for Jaffa to bring succor to the
Christians there If they really hnvc
been attacked.
MEXICO CITY. Nov. 21. Rouowal
of tho report that tho town of
Acanbay, In tho northern part of the
stato of Mexico, was razed lu Tues
day's earthquake, has reached El
Ora, and a number of physicians aro
hastening to tho sceno It Is said
that 100 persons woro killed. Tho
town numbered 2000 Inhabitants,
On December 10 tho K. of P.
lodge of Mcdford will Rlvo a produc
tion for the "Mikado" for tho boilofjt
of tho children- of .Medford who,
would otherwlso. liavo to go without"
a Christmas trco.
Tho proceeds of tho play will go
toward uccurlng a treo and fitting
It up with presoiils und arranging
for a merry I'rtrls'tmus for every boy
and girl In Medford.
Tho "Mikado' J ono of tho mosl
famous operas over written. E, D,
Andrews, tho AndreWfl brothers, Art
Burgess and others aro old favorites
In the production.
Tho play will bo given In the Nnt-ntorlum.
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FOR SALEi-At onco Majestic
range, $20 l0. HT,i E. 0th streot.
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TAWMA. Wash., Nov. 31.-Two ," -''V r of 0l, yHtuUVt,f A'
hundred and six Mmiih of tho state. atA ;leo leroy, dwwd, or. or
luetudlng the governor. (ix.ovprnt,rlnw!,,0,nR "nwl nw.?M,,,1l of T'?'
mm,i. rnur ,w, mil,,,. rivA ' dlrttiliiii distribution of eslrtto.
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senutnrs, ono eougrondinan-eloct add
delogntea reproMuitlng twoniy-nlno
different eOmmeixial organlxntloiifl
mevthiK horn lat )ilgh, weht on Vu
ord for a WuHhlngton appropriation
of JfiOO.OOO for tlio Panama Pacific
J, E. Chllborg ot Seattle, was on
dorsed as Washington exposition
cfliumls!donor, and head of a special
permanent exposition and booster
eoniiultloo of tho Htato which Is
meeting today to lake Hteps for waya
and meaiiH of making Washington's
part In the' exposition prominent.
(Continued from Page Ono)
which would nllow tho fruit lo he
held hero uulil Ihe fnney holiday
trndo opens. Jinny oilier earn of
Itogue Itiver hnitlett.s eiunliug
llieuft in quality bold from $'2.fiO lo
.fll.rill u box Ihirt full mvliifr lo Iho
vomlitioii of Iho uinrkel. Tluwo wen
held hack nud Ihe extra prion paid
for thcin is nearly throe timort Iho
i'ot of (.lornge. s
Two years ugu tveonl prieen wore
lopped by Anjou nnd Comieo peiu-n
frpm the Uoguo river valley nud How
Harlletts'have Miattered nil previous
(Continued from pajro 1.)
the faintest -rouccptiuu of the indtiH
trial relations between workmen and
employers," he miid. "They have nol
the slightest Idea of the principles
involved in tho Shcminn law."
Delegate Kodtiguet of Chicago,
and others rallied lo the stipitorl of
the poclnlist. Ity n vole of 17(i to
till the president's resolution was
New Cased
C. W. Forbeu nud O. 11. Henlugor,
co-partners nk Forbes & -Henlnger
vs. rK. J, Mnhan, John E. Mnhnn,
Forest K. Mnbhunan'd :W. rAi Turner,
suit, In equity for enforcement or
mechanics lien.
Victor Plymal vs. E. Grace Plymul,
A. W. Hodgson ot nl vs. Ed M.
Conner et nl, dismissed. ,
A. W. McCutchen vs. ICodortt Viola
MrCutcheon, divorce, decroo by de
fault. Thomas Collins vs. Stanley Dicks,
ordor confirming nn'.o ot root pro
perty uhder executor.
J. A. Cnlfeo vs. Jonntu Burnctto
et al, decroo granted.
Gurtrudo Michael vs. Mretl Mich
ael, divorce, decree by default.
. Laura A. Ryan, admin, ot tho
cHtnlo ot James Waiter. "Ryaii vs.
Twohy Bros., order overruling de
murrer. Samuel Buchor Simmons tin ndmlu.
of the entutti of John M. Simmons,
deceased vs. Twohy Bros, order over
ruling demurrer.
R. E. O'ilrlcu ns admin, of tho
cstuto of William Carrol Byeiie, de
coned vs. Twohy Bros., order over
ruling demurrer.
Pnsqual Ysunza vs. Twohy Bros.,
ordor overruling demurrer.
Madeline Hoy Parker vs. II. M.
Whltcsld, ordor tu flto amondud
Androw Hnorllo vs. A. P. Donohuo,
Chrlstnhol Roho lleffner vs. Datilcl
Whetstone, final decroo of partition.
- Proluitfi
In tho matter of tho estate of
William. Tracey, deceased, order ap
pointing Fred v". Trucy niltn. Or
der appointing nS L. dllkby, ll, L.
Andrews nud Jtsnph Mobh apiiralsurs
for Josopliluu oounty.'- Ordor ap
pointing J. E. Barkdull, .1. H. Orth
and W, B. Jackson appraisers ror
Jackson cdunty.
In tho matter or tho Oatato or Win.
J. Virgin, deceased. Fourth report
of E. V. Carter, executor, approved.
In tho mnltor rtf tho cstato of
Llzzlo Halo, docom '. ,nlur ap
pointing Ernest A, Yvuiilu admin.
In tho matter of lliu ostttto' of
Mary E. McCall, dbcoaeil, Inventory
Don't leave planting your bulbs until spring ns now Is tho bout
time. Wo havo a vory largo auaortment ot rirnt c-Iuhk bulbs no
culls In tho lot.
After 2D yoars' experience wo hnvo decided what Is host to buy.
Compare thoso with bthors hoforo buying.
GrotmhOtiHii Home 2'0-I Offlco Home 35
ami nppralkemeul (lied and approved
khiiwhm pbrftotnU luOVurty iuuotilil
Ihg to (27iS2.ni nud teul u-oWiy to
tho nniuttnt or $IO,r.O(),
In Urn nmUer of the entalo Of
Flank Eiuiln, tfOctMHciU ordor for tho
isilo of Ptr&uitai nronerly. '
Ileal IXtato TiitiiMforn
Y, ll, Allen rt nl tu Edward ).
Arth, lots tl II and 0, hoc, !l
twp. ,11. W. ruimo 1 . . .
William A. fiohlliuog et nt to
Lydln Andrews, 1 10 acres In
see. 21. twp, till, H. range 1
Edgar tl. Whltmildn et ux to II.
W, Lindsay, lot 0, hlk 2, ulxo
W 1-3 lot 7, Shield's add.
Central Point
Crlstabel Rose lloffnvr vt vlr
to Daniel Whetstouo, :t0
acres In twp. 37, 8. tango 2
west ...................
Harry I). Mills ot ux to Ahi N.
Mills, property In tint to Falls
Charles Burgess et ux to V, Q,
Norrls, property In Mcdford
Geo. W. Trefron et nx to Syl
vester Patterson el ux, lot 4,
blk. 12, Ashland 500
L. Nledermeyer et ux to Enos
Conger, 30 nore lu twp. .17,
south rang 2, west ......
Louis A. IlOHlelu et ux to -Joseph
HoMelii, 32 1-2 acres
lu sec. 27, twp. 35, H, ran go
2 west . .
August Lawreutx el ux to Ma
bel Brobeck, lot 7, blk. 7,
Rosu add. to Medford. .....
W, H. Mooro ct ux to A. V,
Talent ct ut, portion of lot
5, block l.S. In Medford... ,
A. P. Talent et ux to W. A.
Mcssuer, portion of lot ft
nnd nil or lot 0, block IS.
W. II. Monro et ux to W. A.
Messner, portion of lot 5,
block IS, Medford
isano C. Mooro to F. (I. McW'll
llnmn ct ux, property lu Ash
Innd Jnred Thatcher et ux to Colum
bus StumbauKli, property in
Nlrkoll add. Medford...,,'.
Coliimbds Htuuibnuglt et ux to
Mildred Homers, property In
Nlckelt addition. Medford..
Mildred Somfrs el vlr to Nora
M. Jones, 7-8 acre in Nlckell
add to Medford,
Notice Is hereby glvou that (lie un
dersigned will apply to the city coun
cil of the city or Medrord, Oregon, at
Its next regular meeting on Decem
ber 3rd, 1912, for a license to sell
spirituous, vinous and mult liquors
In quantities len (linn a gallon, at
their place of luminous on Houlli Fir
street, located at lots 10, 11 and 12.
block ", or tho orglmil towuslto, In
said city, for a period of six mouths.
Dato of first publication, .Novem
ber 19, 1912.
Misery Hates Company
But Loves TIZ
A Tl. Font Haiti on Reaching Home
Will Miike You Feel Pleasant
Try It With n Five Trial Package
You can't hldo foot misery. ll
runs up Into the nerves, draws tho
expression into the face, makes you
look foolslck.
Tl?, Is for nil pooplo ror all kinds
or root. Wliotlior It 1b corns, bun
ions, chilblains, calluses, or Just
root, TIK causoH all thoso ncld poi
sons Ho co mo out. Foot porcH are
always (mlurgod. Nature Intended
thoui no, And '''A was designed to
aid liuture: millions know this to bo
A fact, Do you? (lot d 2T 'cent
box or TIZ at onco and havo your
shoro oTf root comfort. Any drug
gist, department or gettoral storo,
will supply you, And for a free
trial package, who to Walter Luther
Dodge & Co., 1223 3. Wabash aVo
lino, Chicago, III,
Money Back
Remedy for
Fulling llnlr ami Henlp lltli. Clinx.
Hlinng U Autluulml lo Oinn-
iniloo It,
' 110 Will do tlttirn: If iiNnr tilling
two bottles of PARISIAN Kuuo Volt
don't think It In the finest mid liutsl
delightful hair toiilo and ilrori.xllig
you ever lined- money bnoli. Can
you bent lhU offer?
Young women who neglect Ihulr
toiuplon, grow old before llndr Unto,
tf your hnlr In thinning at tho toin
ples: If It js IohIiik Its natural
color, fading or turning gray, put
your faith lu IWItlHtAN Hag" nnd
you won't bo dlHnppolntiid. Largo
bottle no iTiitii ut ChtiM. StrniiK'n,
nnd dealers everywhere. Girl with
Auburn hair on every pai'kugo.
Bii Surprise to
Many in Medford
Local pooplo aro surprised nt tho
QUICK results rend veil from nlmplo
buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., ntt
mixed lu Adler-I-Iu, tho (lermiui ap
pendicitis remedy. L. It. lliiHliliui,
drugglsl, stntort thnt this simple re
medy nutlsoptlclKC tho digestive- sys
tem nud draws off tho Impurities so
thoroughly that A BINOLK DO.SE re
lieves sour stomnrh. gaa on tho
utoniach and constipation INSTANT
LY. Medford Real Estate
& Employment Agency
210 acres, Hi miles out, aft noios
In cultivation, some saw timber, good
ft room house iuil largo barn, liv
ing water on tho place, will mnko
a first class hog or stock ranch, will
exchange for good city property.
-to acres, s room Iioiiro nud iithar
out buildings, 30 ncroti In- young
fruit, I ft bearing fruit trees, the rest
In grain, I mtlo front town, prlre
fl Mltrtty Ilk 111 rt Itrt m4 tt if Mint hxiLik
m " iivn in MtlW n IMI nw'll 11l1'
rlghti will trade for Medford city
3 14 acres, I room lintise, city
wnter, mid Irrigation, all garden
tools go with Ihe place at I7&0.
Wo can sell you some unimproved
acreago clorfo to Medford at' a very
low price, roiue up nud look over
our bargains before you buy else
where. " "
Come and list your hoimiw with
us for rent.
Girls a ml women for KOiioml
linuiw) work lu nud out of oily.
Woman cook on much.
Ranch hands.
Phono Home 1 1
Oppoidto Nnsli Hotel
KOOMK fl ami 7. IMLM IU.OOIC. '
On tho Faco of It.
wo havo mado our reputation In tho
Dental lino solely by giving perfect
and completo satisfaction to our
ttiimerouii patrons In all departments.
Whether1 It bo extracting, filling,
napping, crown or bridge work, 'wo
aro exports or tho best class and jot
most moderate lu charging. Lot us
enro ror your tooth it will cortnlu
ly bo to your hdvnntago.
Lady Attendant
Ovor Daniels ror Dudn, Pacific
Phono 2528, Home Phono 3G2IC
Clark & Wright
Publlo Land flatten: Final Proof,
Doaort Lands, Contest nnd Mining
Cases. Hcrip.
iV?. n
jasr ":.. u
m w, ' sj jt tu. v i -
ifsiux'i&cr Z-l's sm-
tfc. A
$5 A MONTH..
the MerrivoW Shop
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