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OLD NICODEMUS NIMBLE AT THE FRONT
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BY WELLS
BDSDirOKD WSJTj TRIBUNE, MEDJORD, OREGON, MONDAY, ATTOFST 2, 1015.
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CHICAGO, Aup. 2. Seprtenry of
Commerce Kerfiehl stntoil today Hint
nn i'(uijbriinn tct hf nil pnoiuier
enrryin;? Mourners on Hip Orent Lnkes
would ho mndo nnd Hint the )vork of
Men'mbonl inspectors dnrimr the lnt
lft yptiri would be invo'dljjnte'd.
.lohn A. Cotterof New Orleans,
John Iv. Hulger of Snn Krancipo, U.
M. Reoloy of New York, Eugene
O'Donnell of Hostqn,.;nll iHcninuiiiit
.inspector, mid u fifth inspector to
be" nninpd Inter, will hu brought' hero
to imsNt in the work, the wprr-tnr.v
snid.
The investigation of the record of
Hie inspection servien will he mnde by
n bonrd on whie.li the traveling public
will be Represented. The sixth pca
moii of the federal boiird of inquiry
into the F.nstlnnd dinMer wns held
todny.
At tho meetlnK of tlio Oreatpr Gold
IHH Club Tuesday evening tho mnln
topic of conversation wan the Indus
trial fair to bo held In this city Sop
teinbor 17th and 18th. Considering
that the futr last fall wns very much
it success, except In size, tho one this
year will bo somewhat on that atyle,
but exceedingly larger and with a
repetition of tho "Days of '52" add
ed. TIJs addition has been mado be
cause of the request of scores of peo
ple from other valley towns, who wore
unable to be In attendance nt the
Inst one. The amusement section In
the "DUya of '52" will bo known ns
the "High Lino Trail." A largo dance
pnvllllon, fifty by one hundred feet,
Is to lie erected. A commltteo Is al
ready at work arranging for a larger
salmon bake than ever. This has
been very popular both years It has
been tried nnd will undoubtedly bo
mndo n pormnnent nnnunl free feed
The IndiiRtrlnl fair prize lists for the
school children for gardening, manunl
training, domestic sclenco and races,
nro now being made. Many of tho
prlzPB are nlrendy promised by var
ious firms. A baseball gnmo between
Medford and Gold Hill will be ono
of the features to Interest you. The
local band will bo very much In cvl
den discoursing their "tuneful
poems." Itaces, nnd games of all
kinds, Including the novel potato polo
nro on tho program.
Tho GoIdJIM city eouncll'should
ho nil means enact n speed limit ordi
nance. As It is at present tho auto
tourists prnrtlcally say "Watch our
mnoko!" For that Is about all that Is
to be seen when somo of them nso
' our streets for a speedway.
.Indge C. C. Gall of Ashland ar
rived Tuesday evonlng for a visit nt
the homo of his daughter. Mrs. S. T.
Hodges nnd family. Tho Judgo Is
very well versed In the happenings
of pioneer days In southern Oregon,
and when ho becomeR retrospective he
ran tell stories that beat nil HiIb mod
ern fiction for Interest ns well as hair
raising Incidents.
Mrs. B. K. Tucker and her son, n.
P. Tucker, chemist for tho local plant
of tho neavor-Portland Cement com
pany, returned Sunday from a short
trip nt Crater Lake.
Misses I.csln nnd Opal Harvey re
turned to their homo nt Ashland last
week, hnvlng spent the previous week
with relntlves nnd also former school
mates.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Ell Topics at
their home two nnd one-half miles
north of Gold Hill, on July 14th, a
nine and ono-half poundson.
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. nr'ockman. who
have been tho guests of Dr. nnd Mrs.
It. K, Howard, left tho first of the
week for their homo at Merlin. Mrs.
Ilrockman and Mrs. Howard arc sis
ters. The oxblbltlon consisting of boxing
nnd wrestling matches for various
ages, which was to have been held
nt the "gym" Friday evening, July
30th, wnH postponed until Wednes
day, August 4th. This Is duo to tho
nan arrival of a large wrestling mat,
recently ordered, as well as not to
Intorfere with an entertainment
held at tho Comus theater for the
benefit of tho Greater Gold HIU
ilnb.
Tho local ball team mado the trip
to Jacksonville last Sunday, ncom-
panled by a scoro of rooters, ami re
turned with tho laurels. It wns s
long fought game, lasting over three
houf. At the boglnnlng or tno an
Inning the scoro stood 4 to 2 In
Jnoksonvlllo'8 favor, then Gold HIU
ran in seven talllou nnd the oppon
ent one. In tho Sth O. H. made
five more, J. none, but tlioy made
two In the Oth. The final scoro was
14 to 7 In tho Gold HIU' favor. The
batteries wore. Gold Hill. Foley and
Stuewe; Jacksonville, Hamilton and
Dnferd. Foley fanned 17 and llam
iltan U.
Pat" IlebMns. formerly a Gout
Hill bar. W n8W flf ,B8,tt l'0,nt' vte"
Had frtanm In (MS r lMt Sunday.
GOLD 11 NUGGETS
NICK'P
MAGIC CIGAQ
FOILP '
VAPRIOPP
OF
AIR!
Ko. 1 One, while
idle In Trance, I in
vented a. marvelous
cigar I The fumes
from this "weed"
will sUfle an army I
They will bear a
message acrou great
distances on land and
seal I presented one
, to Earl Kitchener!
i
JIT, nnd Mrs. C. A. Peterson nc
compnnled by Mrs. C. D. Montague,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Luke Jennings, mndo tho trip to
Crntor Lnko Wednesday. While gone
they will alBo visit tho Klamath
Falls district.
1). J, Palmer, proprietor of the
Palmer Piano place, In Medford, wns
In Gold HIU on business Thursday.
J, V., Davidson linn spent the lat
ter part of the week In tho Applegate
district as tho guest of 'his brother,
C, T. Davidson and family.
In a personal letter to n local bus
iness man, J. C. Durch, president of
tho Denver Portland Coment Cot, un
der date of July 29th, says thnl hu
has Just returned from a conference
with eastern stockholders und they
have decided to resume rnnutructlon
at oiipc. Somo of the necessary ma
chinery Is now on tho way. He nlso
sayn that they will Iiq prepared to
manufacture and ship agricultural
lime hy tho first of September and
coment n month or two later. Ho
concludes with: "This will doubtless
be goood news to many of tho people
of Gold HIU, whllo It may bo it dis
appointment to somo of tho cbrnlc
knockers." Word Iiiib nlso been re
ceived that soveral of tho official?
will bo here shoitly, Tho comple
tion of tho comont plant will neces
sitate tho rushing forward of tho con
struction work of tho locnl power
plant of the It. H. P. S. corporation.
Mr. and Mrs. t. 1). Foskclt are vis
iting with Mr. and Mrs. F. I).
Schrump, having stopped over on
their way to the San Francisco ex
position. Reported by Jackson County At
tract Co., Sixth and Fir Bts.
Real Estate Tranfers
James A. Kane et ux to Fnuik
Rnook, land in Talent, Q. (
D . 1
H. I). McUrido to W. 1'. Mc-
Hride, und. Vj int. in 0 n.
in see. VA, twp. 117 It. 2 W.
V. 1). .... 30
M. 1). .McHride to W. I Me-
Bride, und. U int. in i) n.
in see. 1.1, twp. .17, If. 2 V.
V. I). 10
NOTION TO COXTKACTOHS
State of Oregon, County of Jack
son, Scaled proposals, addressed to the
County Court of Jackson County, Ore
gno and indorsed "Proposal for
Constructing a portion of tho Pacific
Highway In Jackson County, Oregon,"
will bo received by the County Court
of Jackson County at its oftico In tho
Court House, Jacksonville, Oregon,
until 11 o'clock a. m. of tho 4th day
of August, 1915, and at that time and
place publicly opened and read.
All proposals must bo mado on
blank form, to bo obtained from tho
County Highway Knglneer, at his
offlco, Central Hotel Iltilldlng, Cen
tral Point, Oregon, or from tho Coun
ty Clerk, Court House, Jacksonville,
Oregon; must stato tho unit or units
bid on (bidders may bid on all tho
units); must give the prco proposed,
both In writing and In figures; and
must be signed by the bidder, with his
address,
Kach bid Is to bo presented under
senled cover, and shall ve accompan
ied by cash, a bidder's bond mado
payable to Jackson countv, or a cor-
$
COURT HOUSE NEWS
POWER
GAS
yfc irt-i-fySlrJ" No- 2 on U E"1' tower, Paris, and sont this message to Kitchener:-r"Thls Is Kick. I'm going to call on rou. a w&rCl
yf STr)'Jf"r Kitchl" "All right," came the reply. "Oome.anyjlme. Look nut for Mnhiri" ' . "Ilttcri? &1 I K "
Vc ' mku & XT1 mW ' " sh 4-xvs1Kr I5i3
Ai qAKVIVlvUu ' .Zz-' --"ffiSISmvilwuX -'i2?3' s moWllg and chatting with EiJ
tlfled check made payable to tho
County Judgo of Jackson County, for
an amount equal to at least flvo por
cent of tho amount of said bid, and no
bid shall bo considered unless such
cash, bond, or check Is enclosed there
with. Such blddor'n bona snail bo con
ditioned that If said bid lio accoptcd,
the party bidding will duly entor In
to and executo tho contract. Should
tho successful bidder to whom tho
contract Is awnrded Tall to executo
tho fin mo within ten days (not in
cluding Sunday) from the dato of not
ification of auc.li award, such cash,
bond or check ehnll bo forfeited to
Jackson county, and tho samo shall
bo tho property of tho county. All
other cash, bonds nnd certified
checks will bo returned to tho un
successful blddern who submitted tho
same.
A corporalo surety bond will bo re
quired for tho faithful pcrformanco
of tho contract In n sum equal to one
half of tho total amount of tho bid.
All bids aro to bo compared on tho
basis of tho county highway engi
neer' cstlmato of tbo quantities of
work to bo dono as follews:
Tho estimate of quantities referred
to In the foregoing nottco Is as fol fel fol
eows: .
Unit n.
From stntlonlJSd- to ntatlon 390.
Miles C, 7, 8.
Rmhunkment, 90 cubic yards.
Kartb Kxcavatlon, C.U97 cubic
yards.
Hard pan excavation, 3,393 cubic
yards.
Loose rock excavation, 200 cubic
yards.
Soft rock excavation, 100 cubic
yards.
Hard rock excavation, 1.1CG cubic
yards.
Hip rap, loose, 10 cubic yards.
Overhaul, per 100 feet, 9,80r. cubic
yards.
Clearing, 9.0 acres.
Grubbing, 470 square rds.
Tlio drain, 4 Inches, 10 lineal feot.
Corrugated iron pipe, 12 IucIipb, 2G
lliipal feot.
Corrugated Iron pipe, 24 Inches, 28
lineal feet.
, Concreto plpo, 12 inches, 178 lin
eal feot.
Concreto plpo, 20 Inches, CO lineal
feot.
Concrete, class A, 22 cubic yards.
Concroto, class D, 2 cubic yards.
Concreto, class O, 12 cubic yards.
Reinforcing steel, S3Q pounds,
Unit n.
From station L484 to station L50C,
Miles 10.
Embankment, 10 cubic yards.
Earth excavation, 250 cubic yards.
Hard pan excavation, 400 cubic
yards,
Looso rock excavation, 10 cubic
yards.
Hard rock excavation. 275 cubic
yards.
Overhaul, per 100 feet, 100 cubic
yards.
Corrugated Iron pipe, 24 Inches, 1G
Hnpal feet.
Corrugated Iron pipe, 3G Inches, 40
lineal feet.
Concreto plpo, 12 inches, 3G lineal
feot.
Concrete, class C, G ciidIc yards.
Unit H.
From station Lg782 to elation
Lg795.
Miles 10.
Embankment, 300 cubic yards.
Earth excavation, 753 cubic yards.
Hard pan excavation, 100 cubic
yards.
Looso rock excavation, 10 cubic
yards.
Overhaul, per 100 feet, 780 cubic
yards.
Tile drain, 4 Inches, 10 lineal feet.
Corrugated Iron pipa, 30 Inches,
40 lineal feet.
Concreto pipe, 12 2lncbes, 34 lin
eal feet.
Concrete, claw Ii, 20 oublc yards.
Concrete, el&ss C, 4 oublc yards,
Unit 1.
From station LgttWO to station
LeUO-I-M.
MHj 19, 80. m, :.
IlmWuitjiiitjnU a,0T? cubit J tils.
Vj - "T hff acrou the channel! I flew In the wako of the hostile v -" L Ek " Vi nk s
Earth excavation, G.45G cubic yards
Hard pan excavation, 41 cubic
yards.
Looso rock cxcavntlon, 1,402 cu
bic yards.
Soft rock excavation, 100 cubic
yards.
Hard rock excavation, 3,550 cubic
yards.
Hip rap, looso, 10 cubic yards.
Overhaul, per 100 foot, 5,000 cu
bic yards.
Clearing, 22.8 ncrcs.
Grubbing, l,3tlu square rods.
Concroto pipe, 12 inches, 300 lin
eal feet.
Concreto pipe, 15 Inches, 114 lineal
feot.
..Concioto pipe, 20 Inches, 48 lineal
feot.
Concreto, clniw A, 127 cunlc yards.
Concreto, class H, 5 cubic yards.
Concrote, class O, 15 cubic yards.
Holurorclng steel, 15,115 pounds.
Tho foregoing qunntltlefl nro np
proxmnto only, being given ns a basis
for tho comparison of bids, nnd tho
county court of .Tnckson county does
not expressly or by Implication agrco
that tbo nctual amount of work will
correspond therewith, but rosorves
tho right to IncreaHO or derreuso tho
amount of any class or portion of tbo
work that may bo deemed ncrcssary
or expedient by tho county highway
engineer of Jackson ronnty, Oregon.
Plans mny bo sren nnd forms of
specification nnd contract may bo ob.
tallied nt tbo county highway engi
neer's offlco, Central Hotel building,
Central Point, or nt tho county clerk's
offlco, Jacksonville, Oregon,
Tho right Is reserved to i eject any
or all proposals or to accept tho pro
posal or proposals deemed best for
Jackson county.
COUNTY COUItT OF JACKSON
COUNTV.
V. L. Ton Voile,
County Judgo,
W. C. Leevor,
County Commissioner.
F. H. Madden,
County Commissioner.
Attest: G, A. Gardner,
Count Clerk Jackson County.
Jacksonvl'lo, Orogon, July lGth,
1915.. 310
KKSTOHATIOY TO KNTIIV OF
LANDS IX NATIOXAL I OltKST.
Nptlco Is horeby given that the
lands descrlbt-d below, embracing
10.35 acres, within tho Crater Na
tional Fnrost Oregon, will bo sub
ject to settlement and entry under
tho provisions of the homestead
laws of the Pulled States nnd the
act of June 11, ltlOK (.11 Stat., 23.1),
ut tho United Status land offlco at
Koseburg. Oregon, on September 30,
1915. Any settlor who wns actually
anil In good faith claiming any of
said lands for agricultural purposes
prior to January l, iuog, und has not
abandoned sumo, has a preforonco
right to ma! e n homestead entry for
tho lands actually occupied. Said
lands 4ere listed upon tho applica
tions of the portions mentioned be
low, who hao ti preference right
subject to tbo prior right of any such
settlor, provided such aottler or ap
plicant Is qualified to make home
stead entry and tho prefoninie ilubt
Is exorcised prior to Soptembor 30,
1915. on which date the lands will be
subject to settlement nnd entry by
uny qualified person. Tho lands nro
ns follows The WIS N'A or lot (!,
See. 21, T :2 S It. 2 K, W M ,
10.35 acres, application of A. 1),
Moore, I'eislst, OroKon; List G
1098.
Juno 29 C. M. nitlTE,
Asalntant Commissioner of the Gen
oral Land Office.
FOU ItKXT MIKCKLia.VEOUH
FOU ItENT Farm with stock, tools
and hay for sale. Chna. lillcbtlMt,
Snm'ii Vulley, Oregon. 114
fok NArir.-iiiTrcnToos
FlPsALKGood rldniK and dilv
Ing bors. choap. Waller It.
Stokoa, Phono 408-J1. 117
FOU SALE Stook bogs and fox
hounds riias. Gilchrist, Sam'
Valley, Or 114
FOU SALK
man.
PIH. Gtorge I). SmII
115
POlt fiLB Horwss of all klnda;
hfjiiw wKcona, osinmng vuoiis
a. barsaM.
vnifgni uurn
i
rs)rl4M Avj.
110
FOU HUNT IHHTNttlCKICPINO
ItOOMS
FOU KENT Furnished housokeop
lug rooms, 3 roome In suite, 131
S, llartlett. ' til
FOIt KENT Modern hoUBOkeeplng
suites, close in, $5, $8 mo,; now
prop. 231 E 9th. 121
!-X)lt lltt'nwriousirt'
Fo7rruYT--Modorn 'slit room" fur
nlshed house. largo garden und
plenty or fruit. Enquire room 427
M. F. & H. llldg., or call 105. 11.1
FOIt KENT Nlcoljrbdipdl-room
house, elcno In, all conveniences.
421 Jay St., cor. S. Onkdalo mid
11th. li:i
FOIt ilF.N'T Modem six room bun
galow chenp. Inqulie Fied MearM,
agent. Garnett-Coroy llldg. 113
FOIt ItENT AugiiBt IhI, 3-rooin
furnished house, with sleeping
porch nt 121 Woodstock St., Jill
per month. See J. W. Horrlnn or
Dr. Seoloy.
FOIt ItENT R-room modern house.
Call 537-Y. 117
TO ItENT 5 room mod, furn. liouso,
sco Purucker, St. Marks llldg.
FOU ItENT 5-room modern houso,
hard-wood floors, full coment baso
mont. Phono 370W.
FOU ItENT CIoso"ln 5 room Iioubo
with Bleeping porch, modern
plumbing, electric lights, cement
sidewalk, garage, on paved idrcet.
Ucnl reasonable. Inquire of II. C.
Stoddard, .Medford, Oregou. tf
FOIt HALIC--MlMC'I'.LLAXlCOUS
FOIt SALE GravensteTn ""applos
grent for pIph. 2p per pound de
livered Wednesday. Phone 14-F22,
111
FOU SALE 3 complote sols fcbool
bookB for 4th, 7th nnd sth grndiw,
chunp. Phone 420-It. 114
FOU SALE Corn binder for Bnle,
GuurHjitood porfoet running order,
practically new. Guy W. Conner.
Mnll Tribune IlldgH, Phono lifil-J
or 51G. 114
FOU SALE Piano, library tnblo, onk
dining room Bet, rockers, onk bed
room set, Iron bedu, drcssors, com
modes, nxmlnster rugs, kitchen
furniture, washing machine and
fruit Jars, chenp for cash. Phono
420-U. Ill
FOU SALE -Ono golden oak Banltnry
buffet. 33.1 Knight Street. UG
FOU SALE
outtlt. 12
-Columbia CIrafnnola
Portland nvo. 115
FOU SALE Centrifugal pump, 8
Inoh Htrcam, with all collections
and Bomo extra plpo; will Irrlgato
1G0 acres. This pump will draw
Baud, gravel or wntor, Phone
931-L or cnll at 20G W, Main,
city.
FOU HALE HUAIj BSJATK
FOU SALE Or trado, at a bargain,
rooming house with 10 furnished
rooms, located at 215 Fourth St,
Ashland, Oregon. Cull' or write J.
M. Slack, Proprlotor. UG
FOU SALE Iloautlful bungalow,
good neighborhood, paved street,
clump; small amount uisli down
will handle Will trade Phone
mornings 512-H or tall ill Dako
ta Ave. 113
WHY?
IT IS YOl'U IIIWINKSH TO SFE ME
II oca u so my Mock in trado is to
havo optioned at tbo lowest cash
prlco the bout buy in this county.
I havo Ijooii on tno ground look
ing out for you for tho past flvo
years. Nearly ooryday I hav& In
vestigated somo "good tiling." 1 have
eliminated everything except those
deals which I am convinced will ue-
nuro me satisfied customers.
In a few hours tlmo 1 can givo you
tho benefit of this research. It Is my
business to show you over tbo county
and lutrodiiue you to tho powlblllttui
and opportunities bore. See Med
ford first and
J. C. BARNES
10U Wom Main Sliiuit
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WTwWtmmnto iio?p with
housework on ranch In family ut
two ndiiltB and two children. Tele
phone llurnl S-1 or wrlto'Mra. ('.
P. Cbiimplln, Gold II 111. Ore. U5
WANTED Ml.-tUfti.liANrtOUB
WANTE-Dii ton rolled luirho.
FoothlllK Orchard.
WANTED To rout nUnlfn or good
wild oats pasture for liogB. Hex II
euro Moll Tribune 113
WANTED To restn Tor two months,
light saddle, suitable for Indy. Ad
dress Uox X, Mull Tribune.
WANTED TurkeyB, mnrkat prlco.
Good Eats, Main's Dairy Luiiob.
!? -. .w -. .-,.
FOIt ICACtlAtJh
TO I'ltADE Good rentable, properly
In Spokane to trade for Medford
property. Enquire 1118 8th St.
Ill
J.OS't
LOST Nolo book containing lodgo
caul. Hetiirn to A. F. lliuelrlgg
at Mann's store. It3
LOST On road between McLeod nnd
Prospect white bag containing
wnrdrobo and blanket. Kindly
notify J. W. W'nkefleld, Palm Ulk.,
Medford. 114
MONEY '!) 1OAN
TO LOAN $2000 to loan.
Holmes
tho Inuurani'o Man.
DUB IN ICSS DimcC'lOUY
POUTEU J. NEFF, WM. i M13ALM1
Attoruoi'H-nt-Liiw, Itooms 8 and
V, Medford National Dank bldg.
A. E. HEAMEU, LAWYER Garnett
Coroy bide.
Win. M. Colvlg, Gcorgo M. lloburts
COLVIG & HOUEUTS, LAWYEH8
Medford National Dank Uulldlng.
U. F. MULKEY & GEO. W. CHEUU1
Attorneys at Law. Jackson Couu
ty Dank Uulldlng.
Auto Supplies
LAHEU AUTO SPUINO CO. W
aro oporatlng the largest, oldest
and beat equipped plant In tho Pa
cific northwest. Una our springs
when othors fall. Sold under gilar
anloo. 20 North Fifteenth St.
Portland, Oro.
Collections and Iteports
COLLECTIONS AND ItEPOUTS Wo
collected somo accounts 14 yoara
old. Wo know how to got tho
money. Tbo Hullook Mercantile
Agency, Inc., Uooiuh 1, 2, 3, Has
kins' Uldg., 21G E. Main St.
Dentin la
1)11. W. M. VAN BCOTOO
Ull. O. O. VAN SCOYOO
Dontlota
Garnott-Coroy llldr., tulto 110
Uedford, Oro. Phono 856.
Notary I'ubllo
I IELEN N ." YOC KlT Y No t a ry pub
lie. Ilrlug your work to mo at thi
leu of the Mall Tribune.
IrMnstera
EADH TUANSFEIt & STOUAGE CO
Offlco 42 North Frout St. Phoni
316. Prices right. Hnrrice guar
tlllAWlt
NEW TODAY
Some homesteads lu tho Illinois
Valle
The imlldiiiK of tho new railroad
inakeM that region veu moro u pop
ular place In whluh tp Koeurn n hoiiid.
and I hate Hindu ariiingoumuis
wbeioby I ran plaeo u nuinlwr of
Mltltrt on homostiMiil rollnqulsh
iiieuls. The land Its furtilo nnd level,
and IrrliiMtlon can bu hud on u lnr
part of eurli claim. It is oloso to the
rallioad rlijht of wa', tha wugun
road crnwHM It and tha HIIhuU rlvxr
la HMr.
No trnubla to alww th propertlae
to parties really mtorastfNl.
C. D. HOON
JaebMii On. ltouk Itiilldlng
11U.SINESS DIUECTOKY
ClUroprnciora
DH. A. It. HEDGES, Dr. Louleo H.
HodgcB Mochnno-TheraplBtB, Chiro
practors, Spundylotborpplsls. Tuona
systems, Including dietetics, cura
tive gymnastics, liydro-theraphy,
etc., prodtico results In both acuta
and chronic diseases. Consulta
tion tree. Over Deuel & Co., cor
ner Main and llartlett. Hours
a. m. to G v. tn. Othor bourn by,
appolntmout. Phone 170.
DIt, R. J. LOCKWOOD,, Chiropractor,
norvo specialist Rooms 203-204
205. Garnett-Corey bldg. Vapor
hatha nnd (scientific tnnssago given;
noudlo spray, bead aud shoulder
bower lu connoctlon; ndvlco la
dietetics, medical gymnastics,
hydropthorupy, Lady attendant.
Phono, offlco 543, realdauce 511-11.
Engineer nuiS Contractor
FUED nTcUMM INGSEnKhYeer and
contractor, 404 M. F. & II. II Id jr.
Surveys, estimates, irrigation,
drainage, orchard and land Im
provement. aarukgo
GAHUAGE Got vnnr nrntnUns
clennod up for the summer. Call
on tbo city garbage waijons for
Eood service. Phouo 274-L. T,
T.AlIctl.
Instruction la Mutito
HA1GHT MUSIO STUDIO ltoom
401. Garnett-Coroy Uldg. Fred AU
ton Hnlght Piano, Mra. Florence
Hnlllday Ilalgbt, volco. Phono
7"
I'liyeulcians nn rmtgoous
Ull. F. Q. OAHLOW, Ull. KVA
MAINS CAltLOW Osteopathia
physicians, 41G-417 Garuott-Corsy
bldg., phono 103U-U Ksldeno
20 South Laurel St.
DU. W. W. IIOWAHU OsteopathU
phyululaus, 303 Garpett-Corex
building. Phono U04-M.
DU. J. J. EMMENB Phyatclam mad
surgeon. Practice limited to eye,
ear, uoso aud throat. Eyos sclen-.
tlflcally tosted and glasses sutM
piled. Ocullat aud Aurist for S. P.
It. it. Co. Offices M. F. & II. Co.
Uldg., oppoalto P. O. Phono 5G7.
E. U. PICICEL, M. D. Offlco Jack'
son County Dank bldg. Oftlca
phono 43-U; rosldonco phone 68-il.
UIL II. W. CLAJNC-l'ny8icUn and
surgeon, l'huuus, offlco 30, resl
denco 724-J. Offlco hours 10 tn
12, 2 to b.
DU. S. A. LOCKWOOD
DU. MYUTLE S. LOCKWOOD
I'liyalclans und surgeons. Otrica
309-310-311, M. F. & H. Uldg.
Phones rualdouco, 814-J2: olflco,
814,
DU. MAUTIN C. UAUIJEU - PhysU
clan und Hiirguon. Offlco Pului
block, opposite Nash Hotel, lloum
10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phono 110-J.
T. G. HELNeTmTd.. SPECIALIST
Ejo, ear, uoso and throat, offlco
228 East Main; rosldonco 1121
East Main; offlcu hours 9 n, in to
12 in.; 1:30 to 5 p. m. Telephones
Offlco, 303; ; residence, 303-J2.
Printers nun Pulillslicra
UEDFOItl) PlllNTING CO. has ths
best oqulpped printing offlco la
southern Oregou; book binding;,
looso loaf ledj-.ura, bllllug syutems,
etc. Portlaud price. 27 NorOs
rtr Ht
Sowing .Machine.
SEWING MACHINES routqil, sold or
nqmlrtMl. Ageiiiy Slugor Sowing
machine fin Southern.. Oregon.
ltoudquarterH with Medford Furl
ture aud Hurdwuru Co. C. A,
Chapman.
Shoo Hepntrliig
SHOE UEPAlltING First ciaisTbeit:
ropalrliig, on modorn eloctrU
machine whllo you wait. E, N.
lllden. located in Kldd's Eho Store,
Pliono 313J. .
T)M!urlteiit uufl .Supplies. ,
t7pkvuTteus"and ''"silPPLliS
Now Uomlngton. Smith Premier
and Monarch tjpewiltlng, addlni
and iiibtructlug mun.luos, rebuilt
macJiliioa for oaah or easy payi
iuenW- Machlntw for rent, ribbon
and supplies of all kinds, ulmplo r
iislro fre of ehurgo. itogor ,
UenuetL 10 Outiy- Q! uhoM
aitt-Q, oi ialmor lltauo Ulaco. 4
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