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' i 'Tim1 OLD NICODEMUS NIMBLE AT THE FRONT BY WELLS Reported by Jackson County Ab trsxt Co., Sixth nnd Fir Bts. as & frzii $$? StEDFORD MXm TRIBUNE, MED.TTQRD, OREGON, "V13DNJiJSlDAy, JUfrY 28, .,10-15. COURT HOUSE NEWS , REPCUED FROM .dfelMwA ,'"""'t""'" ' . ,j ' . DIPA9TER! jgpfe 38p$fH til NICK NIMBLE . KM M. r T D OCEAN1! E ' ki-J iMPfe; 04 He'll Estate Trnn..fcr.s L. S. Trofen et ux to V. M. ninlr, jit. 31, 39, 2E $10.00 Ashland Mnnfg Co. to W. M. Hlalr, lit. Int. In )it. 30, 39 113 and 1, 40, IE !..-. 10.00 Win. Ilampson to Geo. W. Archibald, pt. Tenderfoot Mining Claim 1.Q0 n. A. L. V. Quarry Pt nl to C. e. vi)i, pt. d. l. c. :c, ,t 30, 2V i.oo V. Fredorlrkpon et ux to J. C. Edwin Shlploy bond for deed lot In Kenwood add Medford 1.00 Flora A. Kolsoy ot vlr to Thos. C. Tonillnson, lot In Cold HI1120;00 I. W. ThonioH nt ux to Richard ' PoffonbnrRor, pt. lot I In blk 3 Hnrr ndd. Medford 050.00 D. 11. Horn et ux to William F. niackert et nl. pt. 10, 30, 3V .150.00 Wm. H Yockoy nt ux to City of Ashland, right of wny 1.00 Charles Popo t ux to City of Ashland, right of wny 200.00 Charles Pope et ux to City of Ashland, right of wny 1.00 Circuit. Marlon Tryor vs. H. L. Mend ct nl, return of summons. Horho Itlver Fruit and Produce as sociation vs. A. W. Warner et nl, af fidavit nnd undertnklnK for attach ment; attachment. Catherine M. Van Dyke, vs. W. S. Van Dyko, complaint. First National llank of Medford vs. F. W. Shnplelgh Hd v. Co., proof ot service of order discharging receiv er. S. 11. Hell vs. W. .1. Hurbldgo, action for money. Rogue Hlver Fruit and Produce as sociation vh. C. A. McArthur, action for money. Tho Inst time 1 wrote for the Mail Trillium I wiu about ready to leave tlu rair, hut did not mention the fact that when 1 leuelieil the Oregon building, milting the first tiling I wnv wns Hie Daily Mail Tribune Tiled mi that we Orcgouimm could rend Hie .new t'loin home, grange as it may seem, with my very extensive no (imintniice 1 did nut meet a single pci'Min Hint I recognized n having seen helorc and there wii. u coniin uiil elinin of Immunity puling lo and fro but the fuees all seemed to be faces thut I had never hccii before, nnd what a feeling of lonlinohb one Im in Mich n iilnee, in u vast crowd of liiiuiniiitv and still alone. Hut in nil thut I have had to Miy about the fair I lime not said n word about the exhibits of the products of our EAGLETS ADRIFT Ily A. C. Ilowlctt. own state. The fruit exhibit coin pared i'lmnnblv with that of nny other state, although in the Califor nia building fruit there was a wtricty of fruits on exhibition that we do not produce in Oiegon, but the fruit that was iu the Oregon building would come up to that of any other display nnd in some instances, especially the npplu irnd peach presentation was far ahead of any thing I snw in the Cali fornia building. The grain, alfalfa nnd clover was equal to the licit, and so far as the different kinds of fruit uud vegetables that was in glass jars there was a sinking icsciubluncc in all of it, hut I saw nothing in the Oregon building but what icflectcd ci edit on our home state, lint I am afraid that i am taking up too much space on the fair tpicstiou although there was enough there to keep un ordinary soiibblor writing for mx months uud then he would -uv with the "(Jiiccii of Sheha when she went to sec the greatuoss of Solomon, thai the half has not been told." Hut bo fiiro I leave that subject I must al. the privilege, of saving something about the greatest of all wonder iu Oicgun and that i Crater Ijike. When I reached the Jackson booth among the lirst things I noticed was the ditl'uiehj pictures of ('niter Lake and when it wiis known that 1 was from near thut section of the coun try and was somewhat familiar with its surroundings was kept biiv nii swciiag uiicntion ami poiutiiuc out the different points of iutcivt iu ami mound tho lake. Hut 1 mut leave the fuir ground with fill of its dis play uud beauty nnd tell the leader stiiiic thuigs of tho wonder of the Golden (late Pink. And now I am Nt it lo to know just where to start iu an ston for the whole tiling seem like m dream. And when 1 toi mid reflect otl wlwt there is to ho kceu and the different alibi! to write ou I eonfes that I hmi bewildered over U thought. HhI I will ettui hkihh jut where 1 entered tUe park urvntuU anil the fird thing tWl jtarttrulurlv ntracel inv attewlio wii an artiiH ml lake immI all around it i ,'iowtli of ever gnwu dttul in ult oi l'ii .ni.H etage of )rn-diu-tiKii. Mne ih full hloeMi. mmih- mi tli. Iiuil .ii. il i,tber iH-anm: tit toll . : . n 1 1 n I, m. I in tin Mi tin I- w.i t in si . "i. -iuu i t.sh ot diur cut kinds ami colors nnd fowls of n diffeient variety 1'iojii the ordinary mud duck to the great swan. A little further on we came lo the beaver dam where the beaver was at work nt his daily task. Going on from there wo began to come to where the larger uuimuls were kept ami among the first iu that line was a herd of Huffalo, but I was disappointed iu them for they hud n kind of a fof long look nnd the impression the.v made on my mind was that they had not been properly cured for, for they seemed to ho thin iu tlesh uud their huir had u dead appearance uud I could see u marked difference be tween them uud the ones 1 used to see roving wild on the iilaius on the Aransas river iu 18I!. We then vis ited the F.Ik yard wheic there was a number of huge I'.lk uud they bad just been fed ou the boughs of trees that were cut off nnd pluced there, I suppose to tuke the pluce or green grass. We then saw the moo.se, they ure somewhat like the Klk only 1 think somewhat lurger. Then the deer park but they are to common iu Oregon to heed u discription, ulthoiigh they seemed to he ipiitc iutcicsting to ninny who came fiom the older states. The ne.xl place we visited was the bear park and there we saw almost every kind of bear that can be found in the world for in addition to our great grirr.lv hear of Califor nia ami Oregon there were, the ordi nary brown bear, the cinnamon bear but tho cinnamon hear of Alaska, he is not so lnrge as some of our hears but he is an ugly looking henst. We then turned to see the different var ieties of birds and time would fail me to undertake to tell of all that I saw iu that line hut they were thcie from tho great American bald eagle to the tiny humming bird. Hut I must tenr myself nway from t.ll thee beau tiful things and go to the places ot nmusumuut where they have places for nlmost all kinds of athletic spoils such as baseball, foothall, basket ball nnd several other ditlereut kinds of games they pluy with balls, and in fact they have so much that it com pletely bewilder., me to try to think of nil thut wits going on and there were several gamo-. going on thut were new to inc. thut I could not name. Hut I did not have time nor strength to see nil Sv tho park covers over thousands of acres and every aero seems to he covered with something to please the uye. The entire park i covered with ditferent kinds ot ever green trees nnd shrubbery, inter spersed with gins, lawns and these arc kept up to date all of the time ami to me the visit to the park was of a-, much intcrost us the vi-it to the fair grounds. Hut I uiiist bring this let ter to a cloe and the next itnin I write will try to tell something of juy trip on an ocoan steamer from San Francisco to I;o AiikoIu, Sanl. i Paula, Cal July '22. NOTICE Sonled proposal! will ho rrmulvod at tho roBldeuro of tho iindorslguod, nt Derby, Oregon, until nix o'clock p. in. THWHSDAY, AUHUST 5, IU15, for tho orectlon of a two roomed suhoop building for District No. 31, Jackson County, Oregon, on tho pres ent Hlte, ut Derliy, Orogon. l'laim may he oxamlned ut the rotddonce of F. R. Noll, Derby. Cash or cortlflod check for 10 percent of amount of proposal, payable to I... 11. Castor, School Clork, must accompany each proposal. Sliuld auccowfiil bidder fall to pntnr Into rontqact within flvo days after award, deposit to he for fllMl. Hoard of Directors roeorw the right to roject any uand all pripoaln. h. H. CASTISIt. Bohoo Clerk Dint. Na. 91. Jackson County, Orogen. Dated July 21, 1915. 110 TO THE PL'III.IC I have the beat equipped black smith hep In aoutlieru Oreaan, eorry the largest and beat stork of ajiy shop, keop the bent mechanlca that mono will twi ure vi.iriitf- all work doi.c n ins -ln Hi-r hoitii'l dono in my shop cannot lie Improved on In tho state. I keep for salo the Corona Wool Fat, tho liest specific for horse's foot In tho world. 1 forgo anything that can bo forged for an tmobllos. Now springs n specialty. I have n machine to ventilate tho hood on your nuto thut will keep your engine cool. I also hnvo tho only gas tiro heater In southern Oio gon for sotting your uutn or wagon tiro. (Jive mo n call. 100 CEO. F. MEHHIMAN. NOTICE TO CONTKACTOHS State of Oregon, County of Jack son, Sealed proposals, addressed to tho County Court of Jackson County, Oro gno and Indorsed "Proposal for Constructing a portion or tho PaclHo Highway iu Jackson County, Oregon," will ho received by tho County Court ot Jackson County nt Its offlco In tho Court House, Jacksonville, Oregon, until 11 o'clock a. m. of tho 4th dny or August, 1015, and at that tlma and placo publicly opened and read. All proposnls must ho mndo on blunk form, to bo obtained from tho County High wny Engineer, nt his office, Central Hotel Uulldlng, Cen tral Point, Oregon, or from tho Coun ty Clork, Court Ilouso, Jncksonvlllo, Oregon; must stnto tho unit ir units hid on (bidders mny hid on nil tho units) ; must glvo tho price proposed, both iu writing, nnd in figures; and must ho signed by tho bidder, with his address. j2ach bid Is to bo prosonted under sealed cover, and shall bo accompan ied by ensh, a bldder'n bond inado pnyablo to Jackson county, or a cer tified check mndo payable to tho County Judgo of Jackson County, for an amount equal to at least flvo per cent of the amount of said hid, and no hid shall ho considered unless such cash, bond, or check Is enclosed thoro with. Such blddor'n bond shall bo con ditioned that if said bid bo accepted, tho party bidding will duly enter In to and oxecuto tho contract. Should tho successful blddor tu wlinm tho contract Is awardod tall to executo the samo within ten days (not In cluding Sunday) from ttm date of not ification of such award, such cash, bond or check shall bo forfeited to Jackson county, nnd tho samo shall ho tho property of tho county. All other cash, bonds and cortlflod checks will bo returned to tho un successful blddori who submlttod tho samo. A corporate surety bond will bo re quired for the faithful performance of tho contract Iu a sum equal to one half of tho totnl amount of tho bid. AH bids nro to bo compared on tho basis of the county highway engi neer's estimate of the quantities of work to bo dono ns follews: Tho estimate of quantities referred to In the foregoing notlco Is as fol fel fol eows: Unit .'I. From HtatlonLS&fi to station 300, MIIoh 0, 7. 8. Embankment, U0 cubic yards. Kaith Excavation, r,0!t7 cubic yards. Hard pan excavation, 2,808 cubic yards. I.ooso rook excavation, 2Q0 cubic yards. Soft rook axcavntinn, 100 cubic yards. Hard roek exoavatlan, 1,106 cubic yards. Hip rap, looiio, 10 cubic yards. Osorhaiil, por 100 feet, tl.SQt cubic yards. Oloarlng, 0.0 uoros. Orubelnjf, -170 square rill. Tile drain, t Inchos, 10 lineal (no. Corrugated Irou pipe, IS Inahua. 0 lineal fast. CorrHSAlod Iron pipe, St Inane., IK lineal feet. , Concrete pipe, IS mchoa, 178 lin eal eej. Cowerale pipe, 18 laches, 06 lineal feet. Conerote. class A. SX cub" vnVds. Concrete, cliuw 11, ? cubic an' Concrete, ilam C 15 rulilr yards. ltcinforcing i-tl, ''j j.oun'N Unit n. From station LIS! to'stntlon 1,505. MIIoh 10. Embankment, 10 cubic yards. Earth excavation, U50 cubic yards. Hard pan excavation, -100 .cubic yards. Loose rock excnvatlon, 10 cubic yards. Hard rock excavation, i!75 cubic yards. Overhaul, por 100 feet, 100 cubic yards. Corrugated Iron pipe, 21 Inches, 10 lineal feet. Corrugated Iron pipe, .10 Inches, 40 lineal feet. Concrete pipe, 12 Inches, 3C lineal feet. Concrete, class C, ( cnnlc yards. Cult H. From dtntlou Lg7S2 to station Lg79C. Miles 10. Embankment, 300 cubic yards. Earth excavation, 753 cubic yards, Ilard pan excavation, 100 cubic ynrds. I.ooso rock excavation, 10 cubic yards. Ovcrhnul, por 100 feet, 780 cubic yards. Tllo drain, I Inches, 10 lineal fcot. Corrugated iron ptpr., 30 inches, 40 llncalifcQt. Concrete plpo, 12 2lnchcs, 34 lin eal feet. i Conerote, class 11, 20 cubic yards. Concrete, class C, 4 iiililo ynrds. Unit to. From station I.g!t30 to utatlnu LgllOI-IiO. Miles 10,20,21, 22. Embankment, 2,077 cubic yards. Earth oxcaVntlon, 0,150 cubic ynrds Hard pan excavation, 41 cubic yards. I.ooso rock excnvatlon, 1,102 cu bic yards. Soft rock oxcavntlon, 100 cubic yards. Hard rock excavation, 3,550 cubic yards. Hip rap, looso, 10 cubic yards. Overhaul, por 100 foot, 5,000 cu bic yurds. Clearing, 22.8 acres. drubbing. 1,300 nqunro rods, Concroto plpo, 12 inches, 300 lin eal feot. Conerote pipe, 15 Inches, 114 lineal foot. Conerote pipe, 20 Inchos, 48 lineal feot. Concrete, elaw A, 127 oultlo ynrds. Conerote, class 11, 5 oublo yards. Concrete, class C, 15 cubic yards. Holnforclng atoal, 15,115 pounds. The foregoing qunntltlos uro ap proximate only, lining given as a basis for tho comparison of bids, and tho county court of JuckHon county does not expressly or by Implication ngroo that the actual amount of work will correspond therewith, but ruservos the right to lucreaun or ducruane tho amount of nny class or portion of tho work thut muy ho deemed nc0Hsary or expedient by tho county highway engineer of Jackson county, Oregon. Plans may bo wur. anil forms of specification nnd contract muy be oh. tuiued at the county highway engi neer's office. Central Hotel building, Central Point, or nt the county clerk's office, Jackrtonvlllo, Oregon. The right is reurved to t eject any or all proposals or to accept the pro posal or proposals deeufod best for Jaekson ounty. COUNTY COlMtT OF JACKSON COUNTY. F. I. Ton Voile, County Judge, W. c. I.oevor. Count? Commissioner. 1'. II. Muildiin. .County Commissioner. Attest: a. A. Gardner, Count) Clork Jackson County. Jaafcsonvi le, Oregon, July 10th. llli. 310 KOH 8.W.K HKAIj ESTATH iaiasje" rOIt BAI.K Or trade, at a bargain, roomliiK house with It! furnWIied room, located ut .1". 1 'our Mi Ht , i-l 'all I fln-k-ull l ill or VSll'- I V a IT. , ritt 1 It, I FOIt KENT IIOUMEICEEPINO ItOO.MS FOU HENT Modonr'hmisokcopinB suites, eloso In, $5, $s mo,; nusv 1'roi 234 E 0th. 181 FOIt rti:NJw:ini.'SlJ? FoipHENI'- August 1st, ilTrooui furnlHhed house, with sleeping porch nt IS) Woodstock St., ,lt per month. See .1. W. Ilorrlnn or Dr. Sooloy. FOIt KENT C-rooni modiirn houne. Call 537-Y. 117 FOU HENT -Small modern house with use of garden nnd cow. O. At. Kosc, I2(i Portland nvo. lit) TO KENT 5 room mod, turn, house, see Puruckor, St. .MuiI.h Hldg. FOU KENT 6-rooiu modern house, hard-wood floors, full cement base ment. Phono 270W. FOU HENT Closo In 5 room houso with sleeping porch, modern plumbing, electric lights, cement wldownlk, garage, on pnvod streot. Kent reasonable. Inquire of II, C. Stoddard, Medford, Oregon. tt FOIt KAIiK-x-MlSCliMWEOUS FOU SAKE Household goods. Phono Mil-I,. 100 FOU SA1.IJ llrownlo No. 3 enmern, god as now, ?2. For particulars addroHH Mm. John 11. Holmes, Med ford, Houte 3. 11)0 FOU SALE Special bargain, bno new Chandler six to be sold ou ac count of denth of husband, price I8S0.OO cash. Cur can ho soon at C. E. antes, Sparta llldg. 100 FOU SALE -Cheap for cash. B-pas sengor liny lies automobile, first elnuii rlinilllloM IMimin IH.'L.I 10!l FOU SALE UmiRlioiit ir Mill trade for good motorcycle. Terms. Phone ?i i...tiu...iHi inn l i, uiiuiinuiKiuu, 100 FOU SALE--Apricots Thursday nt public market. Hnoth 15, 3o n pound. 103 FOU BALE Centrifugal pump, 8 Inch stream, with nil collections nnd some extra plpo; will Irrigate 100 acres. This pump will draw sand, gravel or water. Phono 031-L or call at 200 W. Main, city. I,, . .1 . .., FOU NAL!-l,JrWJGX I'OH SALE Large team. StmuldliiK buck, two svagons, two wood racks, spring tooth harrow, bund pump, 721 Ileuuett Ave. Phono I2K-M. 110 FOU SALE Cood gentle Jersey cow. If you want a bargain phone 25-KV. Ill FOU SALE 35 head of young cat tle, one swu of mules, $100.00. A. Iv. ICarliurt. Hogue Itlver, Ore. Ill FOU HALE Jersey cow, Velio linek with polo. Phone 0GX-J. FOU SALE Horses of all kinds; house wagons, camping wagons, hacks, harness. Vinson's Hum, N. Hlverslde Avo. 110 FOIt SALE Hod Polled bull calf; pure bred Duroe Jersey spring pigs; polo mountain buggy, good us new. Palmer Investment Co., Modoc Orchard. HELP WANTED Male or Kowalo WANTED Magaiiif sola Iters, male or female. .Soincthli.'-, uw. good commlsxiou Vliln I, Mull Trl biinc 11 'l WHY? IT IS VOl'lt Hl'IMCSS TO HUE ME Ileoauie my stock in trade la to have optioned at tho lowest oanb price the best buy lu this county, 1 have been ou tne ground look ing out for you for the past five years. Nearly ovoryday I buve In VQSjtlHHtsxI some "good tulug." I have eliminated everything -except those deals which I aw contiaced will ee euro me satisfied ousUmiora. In a few hours time I eun give you the benefit of this research, tt is my business to show you over the county and introduce you to the HMksiblliUs and opportunities hero. Seu Med ford first and J. C. BARNES inu t-l M.Hii stmt HEliP WA NTEI) riCMA I,B W ANTIC I)- CoinpoYun "t woritTnR housokeepur, good cook, alilo take full charge ranch house work; per manent. Sleepy Hollow Farm. Cold, Hill, Ore. 110 WANTED MIsiWjj.ANriOUH WANTED- To rent alfalfa or good wild outs pasture for hogs. Hex It care Mall TrlbuW 113 WANTED Minnesota lady, well edu cated, good standing, wlshos to correspond with well to do gentle man over 4ll )ears, living Iu tho west. Only those of A-1 Htandlug need answer. Address llorc 110, cure Mall Trillium. lull I WANTUD To restn for two months, light saddle, suitable for lady. Ad dies llox X, Mall Tribune, WANTUD -Turkeys, imirUt prlre. Hood Euts, llnrrj'H Dairy Lunch. INI WANTED liny 08M13. baling. Phono 111 WANTED Children to bonrd for summer in country homo, ngea 5 to 10 yours. School near homo. In quhe nt Hlttner Employment offlco or phone 858. '110 WANTUD -Alfnlfa or clover liny. Foothills Orchard Co. Fou.n TAKEN UP llluok burro. wolght about 175 pounds, split on under bit In the right crop nun spin iu tho loft. F. A. Hloslng. on old Ilnz elrlgg place, S mllvs NE of Mod- ford, i"" TO LOAN $2000 to loan, the Insurance Man. Holmes DUHINKKS UIltitOT'OItT rMmt ww Attonreys POHTEK J. NISFF. WM. P. MEALHT -Attorneyo-at-Lnsv, Ilooms 8 and ii, Medford National Hank bldg. A. E. UEAMEH, LArYKIt Oarnolt" Corey bldg. Win. M. Colvlg, Coerce 11. Hoborti COLVIQ & nOIJEUTS, LAWYEIta Medford National Hank Uulldlng U. F. MULKEY & OKO. W. OHEHKt Attorneys ut Law. JackHou Couu ty Hunk Hnlldlug. Auto ztipjinea LAI1EH AUTO BI'KINO CO, W ate operating tho Inrgoet, oldest and bust uijuliipBd plant In the Pa cific northwest. Uuo our spring when others full. Sold under guar antee 20 North Fifteenth Ut. Portland, Oro, Collodions ami Heporta C0LLIfiCTI0N8 AND HEPOHTS Wo colluded some accoiinta 1-1 yoara old. We know how to got tho money. The Ilullnek Mercantile Agency, lue , Hooms 1. 2, 3, lias kins' Hldg., 210 E. Main St. LtUtlHU im.'VpM. VAN SCOTOU Ult. O. (3. VAN BCOYOO Dentists . Osruett-Corey Hldg,, sulto IK Medford, Ore. Phone 850. Notary I'ublle HHLHWN.' YOOKMY Notary piib lie. Ilrlug your work to inu at tht iltu of the Mull Tribune. Trunxrcra EADU THANSFEU tt HTOHAliE CU Office 42 North Front Ut. Puom 315. Prices right. Service gusr id teed NEW TODAY One of the finest little homes In Medford. Value $3000 with a mort gage o( lt)t. WUI tru4e for uoliu proved lead. A fine bottom land farm of son ares at $115 an acre. Another gilt edge one just little smaller al $17 a aire. These will staad all Mods of Investigation. C. D. HOON Ju' I Mn I'd It UiL lluildtllg MONEY TO LOAN -rr HUSINESS DIICKOTOHV Ctitroprncuira DH. A. It. HEDOES, Dr. Louise K. Hodges Mecliano-Thornplstg, Chiro practors, SpondylotliuraplstH. Thesa systoms, Including dietetics, cur tlvo gyninnstlcs, hydro-thcraphy, etc., produco rcsulta In both acuta and chronic dlscaacH. Consults,' tlon (roe. Over Deuel & Co., cor ner Main and HnrttoU. Hours y a. m. to 5 p. m. Other hours by appolntmo'ut. Phono' 170. DU. H. J. LOCICWOOD,, Chiropractor, nerve specialist Hooms 203-201-20G. Cnrnolt-Corcy hldg. Vapor baths nnd scientific mntsage glvon; nncdlo spray, head and shoulder shower lu connection; advice In dietetics, modlcul gymnastics, hydroptliernpy. Lady utlcudanU Phone, office 543, rnnidinco 511-1L Engineer nn4 Contractor FKBD N." CUMMi'Na-Enginocr and contractor, 404 M. F. & II. Hldg. Sursoys, estimates, Irrigation, drainage, orchard and land Im provement. Guru go aAKHACE Qot your promises cleaned up for tho summer. Call on the city garbage- wagoui tor good sorvlco. Phone 274-L. T, T. Alton. Instruction In MuMo IIAIGIIT MUSIC STUDIO noom 401, Oamott-Coroy Uldg. Fred Al ton llnlght Piano, Mrs. Florencs llallldny llulght, voice Phous I'liyeslciiuiji ana. rrargeoas DH. F. O. OAHLOW, DH. EVA MAINS OAHLOW OitoopathU physicians, 410-417 Oamott-Coraj bldg., phono 103 U-L. Jlsldencs 20 South Laurel St. DU. W. W. HOWAIID Osteopatbli physicians, 303 Carnott-Corej building. Phono U04-M. DK. J. J. EMMENS Phulclun sad surgeon, Prnctlco limited to eye, ear, noso and throat. Eyes scien tifically toatcd and glusoos sup plied. Oculist uud Aurlbt for S. 1. il. it. Co. Offices M. F. & II. Co. Uldg., opposite P. O. Phono CG7. E. U. P1CKEL, M. D. Office Jack sou County Hank bldg. Otfles phono 43-U; rosldonco puo&e C8-1L DH. It- W. CLANCY Physician and ' surgoon. Phonos, offlco 36, rest- doncu 724-J, Offlco hours 10 te 12, 'i (o C. Dlt. S. A. LOOKWOOD DH. MYUTLE S. LOCICWOOD Physlcluns nnd surgeons. Office 300-310-311, M. V. & II. Hldg, Phonos residence, 814-J2; office, 81t. Dlt. MAUTIN C. HAUHEIl Physl olnu and surgeon. Office Palm block, opposite Noah Hotel Hours 10 to la, 1 to 4. Phono 110 J. t7u.iiTcinT?.m. FT, "speci list - Eye, ear, 'nose uud throat, office m East Main; residemo IU'1 East Main; office houis 0 a. m to 13 ui.; 1.3U to i p. iu. Ttlichonej Office, 303; ;roldencc, 302 J2. I'rlntcre nun Publishers UUDFOKD PltlNTINO CO. has ths best equipped printing office ia southern Oregou; bopk blading, loodu leaf ledgers, blltlug systems, eta. PorJJand prices. X7 Nortb s'lr ft -- i t Sou In;; Matlilnci. SNaa.eji -m-. SEWINO MACI1LNES runted, sold or repulrvd. Agency Slugur sawing mucbine.. for Seuthoru.. Oregon, llewlquartfrs with Medford Kurl ture and llurdwaro Co. 0. A. Chapman. Shoo lleimliliig repairing, on modern elcctrU muohlnes while you wait. K. N. Hldou. looated iu Kidd's Shoe Store, PhBo 31 3 J. I- Typewriters u.id Huppllus, TYlmVHlTRR8 AND SUPPLIES i'i Mew IlamlHgtoii, Smith Premier and Mouareh typewriting, uddlug and aubtrnatlng miUulues, rebuilt iHaehlaea for eosh or oagy pay iHouta. Machine for rent, ribbons and supplies of all kinds, simple re pairs free of rharae Hoger Hnnett. ' qni' Dkot :i s It, or l'.iluj' i I'taiij 1 lacu, .