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OLD NICODEMUS NIMBLE AT THE FRONT BY WELLS RtEDfrtatf man tribune, meDford, oukuox, TiirwsnAv, .iri.v an, urn. WILLOW SPRINGS 1 Kill1 Ornnt viitcd friend in lh'n district Similny. Mr. KnglMi of Medford spent Hie week-end With 1), W Stone nnd wile. Mr. Clutho of Anient intrejintcd several talv' of Mr. llnmmond on Monday, u- .,,'..! . ,Mr. iiml Mrs. Annuio Lewi Scfit Satttriluy rind Hnndn.v. with Hoy Unv-id-mu iiml wilt- : Frank Furpewon of Fooh crcuk ii'ii( tin week with William Fnck . linn. : ' . Mr. ijihI Mr. W. I). Chtrkn mid daughter Doris, cn.jti.vt'd vMilug Villl friend in Ashlmid from Friday iir til Mmidnv. MfcH AflStin of Central I'Cdflt wnft tinnsnctimj business in this district Thur-dny. limpid QuiiniuiiQiiii returned to hU homo lifter enjoying1 nJtri through the- mountuiiiK nenr Prospect. Mrs. Lutz nnd two children of Newport, Oregon, tire visiting Mr. nnd Mr-. Flunk Thompkins. Mr. Aiken nti inspecting orchards in this ieinily the hitler pnit'of the week nnd finds very little Might. Albert I'orgcy left Saturday on a business trip to Sati Fniliei-en. He will viit his cousin, Mls Amy Hino Imrt. and also e nioV the fair. Mr. McKinney was looltlng oVer the pear prop and he reports the fruit ill an excellent eomlitlnn and of a stlperior quality. Sunday. MV. Ilieks of Ashltind wns called to help fight tile fire, that was fiiirroiinding hi home nnd ham in this viiiinity. lie nriSved after the danger was pushed. Joe lloaghiud and sou motored from ITiitmi creek Fridny in order to he present when their wheat prop wim threshed. The yield writ exception ally good thin year, fiO bushels to the nere. .1. W. F.lden and family and Misses Hose Jones Si-lnin Kspiug motored to ('niter Lake Saturday. Miss Marguerite Davisson, a grad uate from 0. A. I'., left for the San Franeispo fair Saturday. She Wuy ehospn one of the delegates to rep resent the eollege from a class of 8."i. Missps Carson and Hoge of Wct Hend, Wis., enjoyed a pleasant visit with Mrs. John llniui for the past two weeks. They left Monday for the two California fairs. Last Sunday u pienie was held at the pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson. The following guests enjoyed the euting: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew mid family, Mr. mid Mr. Sriek, Miss Krkeroni mid Mr. John son of Med ford and A- V. Carlson of this district. Mr. Pierce pnssed away at the home of his son, It. A. Pierre, Sun day. Tim funeral was held at 1:00 o'clock Tuesday. Five hundred acres of valuable timber was burned Sunday in this vicinity. The cnuo is unknown but the first Maze was noticed in the timber noithwust of M-'d Huikholz's storage barn. The wind caused the fire to travvel very rapidly, but due to the quick work of the many help ing hands the fire did not destroy any building or crops. Hundreds of people came to the assistance of the neaihy neighbors and Willow Springs feels very giateful for their loyal work. The big July days, mid the great out of doors, nature'f. most lavish be stowal of 1 lowers ami foliage rare, have hi enthed a call irresistible to thoe seeking diversion through the long, lovely hours. Among the inniiv elmriuinir events that have marked the social calendar, none proved pleasanter than that which occurred at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. John lluiirl Thursday evening, in honor of the Misses Cnrnn and Huge or West Hend, Wis. After the ar rival of the guests games were en joyed, giving gradually away to music until late in the evening, when delicious refreshments were served. Among those enjoying the gracious hospitality of the hostess and host were: .Mrs. J. I'lden, Misses Car-' son, Hoge, Hose Jones, Milicent King, Sehna lisping, Heruice Smith, Fran cine McN'assur, Messrs. Paul Olson, Krle Grant, Kverett McK'ee, Albert 1'orgev and Harold Smith. O S. Hlnekford. Mrs. Meluiv and l.ola Hlnekford .motored to Heagle to visit .Mr. ami Mrs. Lucas. Miss Loin will remain for several weeks, Julius Hurkholz, JDirioii Young and J. W. Hicks wish to thank nil neigh bors mid friends who so willingly helped in protecting their property during the tire Suiidav. Hen French and Inimlv went blackberry mg Wednesday. C. Carey ii having a big well dug ftir hoHi-u and irrigation purponw. ' A couple of partit left hoenis for Crater Lake .Monday, one team with J. U. Hubert.., A. IIonin, Hoy Coif man, A. Hourti,Ing Sloadmau. Another was Hob Smith m his Font with Winifred Smith and tn f the Fry bay. Mrs. Ci.lxer Fiin -if Phoenix was YtrtHiMK br ItHrtliaiid's p refit. Mr. EDEN PREC1NGT DIPABLCD CPUIPECb : ' 'AMD CREW 9AVED! NICK CCAPEP : OFF ENEMY'P FLEET! "TV No. 1 Once, wesry with my gb (- h ganttc exertion at the front, I let my I wlrelen and Uy down for a tup. I ---o i rlv, t Mrs. C. Carey, Mrs. Xonh Chand ler iiml .Airs. Anna Thompson were callers nt the homo of Mrs. H. X. French Wednesday. Mrs. Lillie Blackwood was vis iting her daughter Mrs. W. S. Stnn eliffe Sunday. Mrs. H. 0. Heasp spent the week end with home folks in Talent re turning to Ashland Monday. Quite u number of Phoenix people left Wednesday morning for u hike to Aslilmul Unite. Dr. Hnillic wus among those of one of the Sunday school classes. Dr. llargrave is having a big ir rigation well put down on, his fine orchard tract in North Talent. An abiiiiilance of water was struck at fourteen feet. A. S. Furry and family, Mrs. Mima Hose, W. J. KIiiilt mid family all left for the Hader ranch Wednesday and will later all go to the Furry much for u few weeks. Fred Hnpp of Talent was a Med ford visitor Tuesduy evening. Win. Fern and wife of Fern Valley were in Talent Tuesday. Walt Palmer ami family of linker passed through the vavlley Monday in route home ufter thoy had is ited Crater Lake. Mr. Palmer is a brother of Mrs. C. P. flood of Ash laud. The Terrlll HroB., of the. Mcntlows, arc threshing grain for the farmers In the Ilenglo country. Jim Dlnken ami Mr. Lampman of the Meadows were visiting In the val ley this wcok. ' There, will be n dnnce at tho Coep or ball at Moonvlllo July 31st. The young people nro Invited to come nnd c'ujoy tlieuiHolveHtit this popular liall. Kubo and .Too Mooro are helping the Martin llros., head their grain crop on tiie homo much. KrncAt lluth and bis brother from Tullnro county, California, are camp Ing nt the lluth ranch on Koguo river. Ram Marshall of Central Point wns visiting In ltoaglo Sunday, Mr. (Itllett of Central Point was nut to IiIh Denote ranch this week, Austin Myers of Central Point wns visiting nt tho home of Kloronco Walker Sunday, Ho sold bin motor cycle to Davo Walker and walked hack to town Monday morning. The (llnss brothers throshlng out fit moved to tho south of Rogue river Monday morning to start work near Central Point. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jonoa woro tradlug In Medford Tuesday. xetici: Sealed proposals will bo received at the residence ot the undersigned, at Dorby, Oregon, until six o'clock p. m. THUKSDAY, AUGUST C, 1915, for tho erection of a two roomed school building for District No. 31, Jackson County, Oregon, on tho pres ent slto, at Dorby, Oregon. Plnns may bo examined at tho residence of V, It. Nell, Dorby. Cash or certlflod check for 10 percent of amount of proposal, payable, to L. 11. Caster, School Clork, must accompany each proposal. Shuld successful bidder fall to enter Into contract within five days after award, deposit to bo for feited. Hoard of Directors reserves the right to reject any and all proposals. L. n. CASTUH, School Clerk Dlst. No. SI, Jackson County, Oregon. Dated July S4, 1915. H0 NOTICH TO rONTIJACTOHS State of Oregon, County of Jaok son, Sealod proposals, addrossod to tho County Court of Jaekson County. Ore gno and Indowed "Proioal for Constructing a portion of tho Pacific Highway In Juekwin County. Oregon." will bo rooulvtsl by tho County Court ANTIOCH HEMS Arr' 2". t r --ff- of Jackson County nt Us offlco In tho Court House, Jacksonville, Oregon, until 11 o'clock a. m. of tho 4th day ot August, 1915, and nt that tlmo and place publicly opened and read. Alt proposals must ho mndo on blank form, to ho obtained from tho County Highway Knglneor, nt bis office, Central Hotel Building, Cen tral Point, Oregon, or from tho Coun ty Clork, Court" House, Jacksonville Oregon:1 must stato tho unit or units bid on (bidders may bid on all tho units) ; must gtvo tho price proposed, both In writing nnd In figures; nnd must bo signed by the bidder, with his address. Knrh bid Is to bo presented under sealed cover, and shall no accompan ied by cnah, a bidder's bond mndo payable to Jackson county, or a cer tified check mndo paynhlo to tho County Judgo of Jackson County, for an amount equal to at Icnut flvo per cont of tho amount ot said bid, and no bid shall bo considered unless such cash, bond, or check is enclosed there with. Such bidder's bond stinll ho con ditioned that It snld bid lio accoptcd, tho party bidding will duly enter In to nnd executo tho contract. Should tho successful bidder to whom tho contract Is awarded fall to executo tho snmo within ton days (not In cluding Sunday) from the dato of not ification ot such' award, such cash, bond or check ahull bo forfeited to Jackson county, nnd tho samo shall ho tho proporty of tho county. All other cash, bonds and certified checks will bo returned to tho un successful bidders who submitted tho snmc. A corpomto surety bond will bo re quired for tho faithful pcrformnnco of tho contract In a sum equnl to one half of tho totnl nmount ot tho bid. AH bids nro to bo compared on tho basis of tho county highway fngj neor's osttmnto of tho quantities of work to bo dono as follews: Tho esttmato of quantities referred to In tho foregoing nottco Is as fol fel fol eows: Unit :. From statlonLUSS to station I! 90. Miles 0, 7, 8. Embankment, 90 ciilrtc yards. Karth Excavation, 5,997 cubic ynrds. Hard pan excavation, 3,398 cubic yards. Looso rock excavation, "00 cubic yards. Soft rock excavation, 100 cubic yards. Hard rock excavation, 1,105 cubic yards. Ulp rap, loose, 10 cubic yards, Overhaul, per 100 fcot, 9,805 cubic yards. Clearing, 9.0 acres. Grubbing, 470 square rds. Tllo drain, 4 Inches, 10 lineal feet. .Corrugated Iron pipe, 12 Inchos, 20 Hnonl fopt, Corrugated Iron pipe, 24 Inches, 28 Hnoal feet. Concrete plpo, 12 mohoa, 178 lin eal feet, Concreto pipe, 20 Inchos, 00 lineal feet. Concrete, class A, 22 cubic yards. Concreto, class II, 2 cubic yards. Concreto, class C, 12 cubic yards. Reinforcing stool, 833 pounds. Unit n. From station 1,4 84 to station L505. Mllos 10. Umbankment, 10 cubic yards. Karth excavation. 250 cubic yards. Hard pan excavation, 400 cubic yards. Looso rock excavation, 10 cubic yards. Hard rock excavation. 276 cubic yards. Overhaul, per 100 fcot, 100 aublc yards. Corrugated Iron pipe, 24 Inchos, 10 Hnoal foot. Corrugated Iron pipe, 30 lnuhes, 40 lineal feot. Conorote pipe, IS Inshofl, 30 Hnoal feet. Conorote, claw C, ounlc jrard. Unit H. From station 17 2 to aUtlon I.K79I. No. 2 Suddenly the "B. 0. S." call camel I leaped Into my great Maglgrlp and sailed out over the sea in aniwerl Miles 1G. Embankment, 300 cubic yards. Earth excavation, 753 cubic yards. Hard pan excavation, 100 cubic yards. Looso rock excavation, 10 cubic yards. Overhaul, per 100 fcot, 780 cubic yards. Tllo drain, 4 Inchos, 10 Hnonl feet. Corrugated Iron pipt, 30 Inches, 40 lineal feet. Concroto pipe, 12 L'lnchcs, 34 Hn oal feet. Concrete, class H, 20 cubic yards. Concroto, class C, I oulilc ynrds. " Unit 10. From station LgH30 to station I.gl104-50. Miles 19, 20, 21, 22. Embankment, 2,077 cubic ynrds. Earth excavation, 0,4 50 cubic ynrds Hard pan excavation, 41 cubic ynrds. Looso rock excavation, 1,402 cu bic yards. Soft rock excavation, 100 cubic yntfln. Hard rock excavation, -,5G0 cubic yards. Hip rnp, loose, 10 cubtn yards. Overhaul, per 100 feet, 5,000 cu bic yards. Clearing, 22.8 acres. Grubbing, 1,360 squnro rods. Concroto plpo, 12 tnchcs, 300 lin eal feet. t Concrotp pipe, 15. Inchos, 114 lineal foot. Concroto pipe, 20 Inchos, 4 8 lineal feet. Concrete, class A, 127 cuhlc ynrds. Concroto, class II, 5 cubic ynrds. Concrete, class C, 15 cubic ynrds. ItolnforoliiK steol, 15,115 pounds. Tho foregoing quantities nro np proxlmnto only, being given as a hnsln for tho comparison of' bids, and tho county court of Jackson county does not expressly or by implication ngreo that tho actual amount of work will correspond therewith, but rosorvos tho right to IncrenHO or decrease tho amount of any class or portion of tho work that may bo doomed neroasnry or oxpedlent by tho comity lilgbwny engineer of Jackson county, Oregon. Plans may bo sror. and forms of specification nnd contract may ho ob tained at the county highway ongl neor'H office. Central Hotol building, Central Point, or nt the county clork's office, Jacksonville, Orogon, The right U reserved to i eject any or all proposals or to accept tho pro posal or proposals deemed host for Jackson county. COUNTY COURT OF JACKSON COUNTY. F. L. Toil Velio, County Judge. W. C. Leever, County CommlMlnnor. F. 11. Maddon, County Commissioner. Attest: O. A. Gardner, Count) Clerk Jackson County. Jnckiouvi lo, Oroxon, July 10th, 1918. 310 "" ' netTci: of assiussmicxt" California Oitigon Power Company Location of principal place of lius luess: Han Francisco. California. NotlfH le hereby given that ut a meetliiK or tho dlrectom held on tho 29th dm ot Juno. 1 1 .' , an u's mont (No l of Thirty Cents per share wan levlnd upon tho capital stock of the corporation, payable lm medlatttly to tlio Secretary at flie of flco of the corporation, No 1 -1 1 Leld oadorff Street. San Francisco. Califor nia. Ant hiock upon which this m koaamont shall remain unpaid on Hat urday, the Tib day of August, I all, will Iih delinquent and advnrthwd for aalo at puMle unction, nnd, uubma payment U uiado before, will b ald on Saturday the 2 H t )i day or Ann ual, 11'. at the hour of 12 M., to pay the delinquent aaseaHinent, to gether with cot ot advertising and (Mtuauaet of sale. DaUal, Jane 29tli. 1915. alkx j. iiogiioitoroii. 8orelar or California-Oregon power CoinpaB.t Offte: I "l LaldMslorff Street, Man Franclmo, California. 07 I'Olt lllttiT lloi'HIJItHHPINO ItoO.MH KOH HIA'T Modern housfkeeplng unitiif, i pse In. $'. $N loo , li" prop, x-l B vth. lUl No. 3 There I found a battle raging I One crulter wai dli abled and lilting prc.itlyl I caught my grappling hook on her deck! The onsmy fled) Itl:' I-rirwHlc FOR RENT August 1st, 3-room furnished house, with Rleoplng porch ut 421 Woodstock St., $10 per month. Seo J. W. llurrlan or Dr. Scoluy. FOR RENT C-room modern homo. Call 537-Y. 117 FOR RENT Small modern honso with use of garden mid cow. p. M. Roso, 1I1G Portland nvu. 110 TO RENT 5 room mod, film, lioiyo. seo Puruiker, St. Mnrka Illtlg. FOR HKNT 5-room modorn bouso, hard-wood floors, full cement base-' meiit. Phono 270W. FOR RENT-Clona in 5 rooiii Iiouho ! with sleeping porch, modern ' plumbing, electric HghtM, cement sidewalk, gnrngo, on paved street. Rout reasonnbbi. Inqulro of II. C. I Stoddard, Medford, Oregon, t( I FOR HALK--Itnc'KLLAMCOUH FOR SALE One golden oak sanitary buffet. 333 Knight Stroot. 110 FOR SALE -Columbia Grafanola outfit. 122 Portland tivo. 115 FOR SALE Four passoiigor Flan ders, good running order; new tires $225. Phone 03tl-X. or cull Med ford llotol llarher Shop. FOR SALE Contrlfugal pump, 8 luch stream, with all collections and snmo extra plpo; will Irrlgnto ItiO acres. This pump will draw snndi grnvel or water. Phono 931-L or call nt 200 W. Main, city. FOR HA!,r-MrlCWlCK FOR SALE -Pigs, man. George l. SalU 115 FOR SALE Largo team. SpnuldiiiK hack, two wagons, two wood ranks, spring tooth harrow, band pump, 7X1 IVennelt Ave. Phone I2S-M. 110 FOR SALE Good uontbi Jersey cow. If you want u bargain phono 2R-R2. IU FOR SALE 35 bond of young cat tle, one span of mubia, $100.00. A. It. Enrhurt. Roguo Rlvur, Ore. Ill FOR SALE Jersey cow, Velio back with polo. Phono C6S-.L FOR SALE lloraos of all kinds; boiiKo wagons, oamplng wagons, hacks, harness. Vinson's Darn, N. Rlvoraldu Ave. 110 FOR SALE Rod Polled bull oalf; pure bred Durnc Jersey spring pigs; polo mountain buggy, good as now. Palmer Invostmont Co., Modoc Orchard FOR SALE RICA U KSTATK FOR SALE -Or trade, at a bargain, rooming bouse with 10 furnished rooms, located at XI 6 Fourth St., Ashland, Oregon. Call or wrlta J. M. Sliiek, Proprietor. 110 HELP WANTED Mule or Foiualu WANTED Magaalna solicitors, male or female. Somcithliig naw, good commlaHlon. Address J, Mall Tri bune. IU HELP WANTHD I IWALE W A NtTD--C(iii potent working huusokeoper, aood cook, ahlo take full charge raiub lmuH work; per manent sicopv Hollow Furm. Gold, Hill. Oic. 110 WHY? it ih Yont ihini:ss to see me liocauso my stock in tiudo Is to LnVA n.itlf.rif,,! n tlm IllWult r&nll i .w r." ...:.." .. ..:::... prico uio uosi uuy in iiiih iiuniuy. 1 have been on tae ground look ing out for you for tho past flvo years. Nearly ovorydny l bnva In vestigated (owe "good thing." 1 have eliminated everything except those dsala whluh I am ooHvluaed will s turo mo sallatled oustomors, In a few hours time I oan give yon the beuetlt of this roeaaroli. It Is my business to show you ovor the aounly and lutrodace you to the pewtnllUlM and opportunities here. Boa Mod ford first and J. C. BARNES Jltt: ri Main WltsH No. 4 Lighting ft fresh cigar, tne snip m.towi ir.o samirauy of honor! WANTICI SITUATIONS WANTEDDo you need mi assistant Mr. Fruit Groworj Stockman and Farmer, one able, ready and will lug at all times to be at that other place that joii nro uuablo to attend to. A man or sterling hnbltH with a clean coiiimondnble business rec ord to handle your biislnosa In tho oftlco, In the field, or nt your sell ing point. If Interested plonsn eom liiuulcntu through K, Mall Tribune 110 WANTED MIM,-.i.IjAN:OU8 WANTED TO RENT Fnrm sullnblo for stock and grain with siiltubla buildings. Address K, Mall Tri bune. 11-' WANTED Platform scales n n d choice ha. Phone 3S0-M. H2 ' vvrP'Ti -". tons rolled Harlev NN A,T. Mii7n Ji li imruj; Foothills Orehnrd. WANTED To rout nUulfft or good wild oats pasture for hogs. Jlox H enro Mali Tribune. 113 WANTED To rostn for two months, light saddle, suitable for lady. Ad dress llox X, Mall Trlbuno. WANTED Turkeys, market price. Good EatH, llarry'H Dairy Lunch. 113 WANTED-CSI-H3. -Huy baling. Phono Ut WANTED Children to board for BiHiiinor In country homo, ages 5 to 10 yoars. School near homo. In quire at Dlttiier Employment offtco or phono 858. HO WANTED Alfalfa or clover bay. FootblHsOrehanlCo. .11 ON KV 'TO LOAN TO LOAN -$2()0O to loan.- Holmes tho Insurance Man. HUSINICSS DIUiSOTUItY Attornvyk PORTER J. NEFF, WM. I. MWALET Attornoya-at-Lnw, Ruomu 8 and 9, Medford National Rank hldg. A. E. REAMEB, LANvTEir-Oarnott-Corey hldg. Wm. M. Colvlg, George M, Kouorti COLVIQ & ROUERTS. LAWYERS Medford .National name luinuing U. F. MULKEY &. GEO. W. OHERIU Attorneys nt Law. JackHou Coun ty Hunk Hulldlng, Auto supplies LAHER AUTO BPRlNO CO. W aro oporatlug tho Inrgost, oldest and bost oqulppod plant In the Pa cHIo northwest. Uso our aprlngi when othora full. Sold undor gunr auteo. 2G North Fifteenth St. Portland, Ore. Collodions mid ReNir(a COLLECTIONS AND REPOItTSWo collected some accounts 14 yoara old. Wo know how to got tho money. The Rullock Moroautllo Agenoy, Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 3, llaa klns' Hldg., 210 E, Main St. imntlktn ' DR. W. M. VAN BCOTOO DR. O. O. VAN HCOYOO Dontlsta Garuett-Corey Itldr., suits Sll Uudfonl, ore. rnono i. Notary rublio HELEN "n1"y6c1UY Notary "pub lie Ilrlng your work to mo at th sign of the Mall Trlbuno. Transient EADS TRANSFER & BTOHAGK CO Oftlco 42 North Front St. Pbom Silt. Prices right. Service guar tutood NEW TODAY One ot the flneat IrtiU homes In Medford. Value $JOe6 with a mort gage ot $1000. Wilt trad tor aulm proved land. A fine otUkH laawl farm ot J 00 acres at $116 asj acrt.' Another gilt edge one Just a little smaller at $176 an acre. These will stand all kinds or investigation. C. D. HOON Jackson Co. tlsub Hulldlag I then aUrted for ahore with conicrrca upon mo ma cnu HUKINESS DIRECTORY Chiropractor DR. A. R. HEDOE3, Dr. Loulsn St. Hodges Mcchnno-Thoraptsts, Chiro practors, Spondylothorsplsts. Tlien systems, including dietetics, enra tlvo gymnastics, hydro-tuernphy, etc., produce results In both acuta and chronic diseases. Consulta tion tree. Over Douol & Co., cor nor Mnln and HnrtloU. Hours 9 a. in. to 6 p. iu. Othor hours by appolntmont. Phono 170, DR. R. J. LOCICWOOD,, Chtropractor, norvo spoclaltst Rooms 203-204-205. Gamctt-Corey bldg. Vapor baths nnd uclcntltlc massngo glvon; ncodlo spray, hond and Bhoiilder shower In connectlnn; advice la dlototlcs, modlcal gymnastics, hydropthorapy. Lady attendant Phono, oftlco 543, rnaldnoco 511-U. Engineer ana Contractor FUED"N7'oi?MM?Na contractor, 404 M. F, & H. Hldg. Surveys, ostlmatos, Irrigation, dralnngo, orchard and land lm provomont. , . 1111 1 n t .1 r,A . m,mltmm cloaned up for tbo summer. Call on tho city garbage wagons for good sorvlce. Phuue 274-L. T, T. Allon. Instruction in Stuste HAIGHT MUSIC STUDIO Room 401, Garnott-Coroy Uldg. Fred Al ton Hnlght Plnno, Airs. Floronca Hnlllduy Halght, voice. Phont 72. 1'liyoslciaiis ana, rmrgoous DR. F, O, OARLOW, DR. EVA MAINS CARLOW Ostoopathlt physicians, 410-417 Garnott-Coray bldg., phono 103C-L. lUsldonc 20 South Laurel St. DR. W. W. HOWARD OstcopAthU phyulclaiiH, 303 Qarnett-Cotoy building. Phono 904-M. DR. J. J. 13MMENS Physlclaa aad surgeon. Practlco limited to eye. ear, nose and throat. Eyes scien tifically tested and glasBes sup piled, Oculist and Aurlst for S. P. R. R. Co. Offices M. F. & H. Co. Hldg., opposite P. O. Phono 507. E. D. PIC1CEL, M. 1). Offlco Jack" son County Hank bldg. Ofttca phono 43-R; residence phono 68-1L DR. It. W. CLANOYFbyBlclau and surgeon, Phouea, office 36, resl douco 724-J. Offlco hours 10 t 12, 2 to G. DR. S. A. LOCICWOOD DR. MYRTLE S. LOCICWOOD Physlclnna and surgeous. Office 309-310-311, M. F. &i H. Hldg. Phpuea residence, 814-J2; offlco, 814. DR. MARTIN C. HARDER Phsl olmi and surgeon. orrtco Pauu block, opposite Nash Hotel. Hours 10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phone 110 J. T. O. HEINE. M. D., SPECIALIST -Eye, ear, nose and throat, offlco 238 East Main; residence 11J1 Itait Main; offlco hours 9 a. in. to 12 m.; 1:30 to 5 p. m. TolophouoJ Office, 303; ; residence, 303-J2. Printers nua rutdlslirra UEDFORD PRINT1NO CO. has th bolt oqttlDjiod printing office la ' southern Oregon; book binding, looso tear lodgers, bllllug systems, etc. Portland prices. 27 Nortt Fir H Sowing Much lues. SEWING MACHINES routed, sold or repaired. Agepcy Singer Sowing inacUluo for . Southern.. Orogpn, Headquarters with Medford Purl ture and lliudwaio Co. C. A. Chapman. Blido Itepiitrlng BIIOR RUPA1R1NG First class ufj repairing, on modern electtl maehluio while you watt. K. N, Hldojt. leoated In Kldd's Shoe Store. Phono S13J. i- Tyiwivrlten iia (Suiiplkvi. TYPIiWniTEItE AND SUPPLIB8 New lleinlugtou. Smith Premier aiid Monarch tyja-wrltiug, adding aad avbtraetlns; tut.lnea, rchullt maoklnea for owKk ftr easy pay menu. Machlno tor rent, ribbons and sufHtie et All kJNtis. simple re. Halm free of charge. Roger , IWHinett. If Ostww a tikosM 9ii R, or Palmar Piano i'lacq, hud Mrs. A. S. Furry, Wednesday.