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MKDFOftT) aiAFTi TKTT.UNE, MKDFORD, 0"RK(U)X, MOXD V, OrTOUKlt II, 1fl1"
ASHLAND AND UNITY Freckles and His Friends By Blosser A mi nnli'X nl' tin1 M'opo of woil; boimr done on (ho enlarged pm)v aveii, ..inoMiiinti'l.v 'JOUO pound-, of fancy .nts seeds linvc been ordered witii which to fortify tlu lawns in that l.n.ilily. Spooiticnlly. llio vnt-iotiuq nil' cW-dfii'il as follow i: Nine hun dred mill fifty ikmiiuIk Kentucky blue, Mil) potinilrt Aliatiuliuti rye ami 100 iMiiuiils white eloper, Tlif i!oit will In' $221. The stock wiw ordered from Mai llnrio-Mi'lju-on , Co. oT Son lrniicini'o. A vstemutio water -homo lins been irtxtnlluil to iirigitto the ovtohHivo (met.. Among A-dilaml visitor to the ex position who recently wont to San rnini'Wfo nro Mr. itiul Mr. ('. II. impel. (.'aid plnying in tabooed in the nark-. Thin in no nowi, hut is men honed us u reminder. On tin ooons. ion of n jiiiMiio latoly given liv one of tho woinon s olnlw ut (ho auto cnnip iroiiiiuS tho privilege of joining in a iio-tntiiip hnntl, liv way of divondon, was frowned upon by the police. Tho jziinio oontompltitod wan flOO, finrtioi patoil in hy the uncial Kill. "A word to (liu wiie," 0(0. ClinrloH I'. (HirUloiiKtn of the Al In ml Mi's:. Co. will lomovo in a few iIiivh to the Shoiwin rotiiilonoo on Oak Mi'md. .Mr. mill Mrs. Clirisleiison have hptclofaio hicif living on Ilel 1111111 street. Dave Shook nntl CIiHh ICriiJor of Khiiiinth Full wore in town tho Inst of tin wwk visiting friend mnl ro Mowing tho iioipuilntonce of old iriondi. fhoy lire rnneliurs of tip Klmnntli sooliun. Kriilcr t'onnorlv had 11 butcher shop horo and wax At onu linio member of tho city eounoil. Froil Neil,lms returned from "l'ott lnud, wlioro ho ptirchusod an Avery traotur engine, to whioh ho will nt (aoli plows and brenk up an extensive acreage 011 tho Xoil ratiohos in (ho Dead Indian xectinn. Coinplifiieiitarv lo tho Alinos 1'iin nio mid JInrv Scott, who have boon iiliug rolulives in this iuinitv lor some timo past, nntl who arc about lo return to their homo in l'oiinsyl- Minia, a number of representative of the Ilurron, Myor, Wnlkor mid An deiHoM families gave a pionie dimior the last of (ho wook nt the tin to oamp ground. Over twonty-fio puitioi pativl in mi event whioh wan mi ctni noiifly MiOial 0110, the guo.l boins.' (iiveii a jtoilspeoil on their homeward trip, collided with nn expression that they might bo provailed upon to inaku nmiij "happy lotum" to (hi loonl H. l(oi(leii(o of tho Vulloyiow cohool district, 'iirfrth iff fTnvii, lirtui organ i.cd ! puront-leiielior oiielo, with Mrs. William Cilonn tiK president. The findo hold its lirt mooting last r'ri drft' afternoon and iiiiiugtiiiilod a U'tn of "Hint aid" in behalf 01' mnbnil co-oprmtbm btweeu Iioiiidk ilnA cllHll, ( oAtiai'tor Smith of Sun I'ran"ii-oo, nionibor of tho Smitli-Kmery Co., Iihh been ill town of Into iw-poyting tho springs dovoloplnoiit vrork. In vimv of tho pravalrnl "dollar dii " cm ye, liwnl iiiorohmitK aunoiiiioe a oontiniioiis prfornianeo onoh twenty-four hours of tho spooial iiiioutivo hero. Itailnmd iiHMjtnmoutx on the Shasta diuMion, iik litely bulletined, nro of Iim'hI simiifioio a, follow : KioWit brnkenmu, Ashlnud, oxtri boa id, II. If. AduniN i .1. 'Ir bio inh; freight' bmkeinau, Ashland Ilombrook nin, traim 2'JS and aU2(J. 0. VT. ItoM', vioo .1. 0. W'nnitt: in xeugor bimkowmi, Ahlnnil-ltd IMuff, liniiih .V hiiiI .l. X. W. Oorhnin viiv I. 'Nimikin. Viokn'x I'lmmbor of pominoivo ha, petitioned tmtoex ol its giiuuiniir Kohool diitriet lo oull 11 .pwil oleo tiou mi a bonding proportion for the iroolioii of a modern sehool ImildiiiB, tin' old onu hnuiisi outlived its iiiw- fuIllOHK. Ill Prurur, H. I'. foieiimu of water rvniee on tke .SImMh division, is vif ililig 1'riwuU -Iiitc, ineonutaiiiiil bv bin biiil, wljo fjyiuiwtv Mfcw ISIiuilHifli ' Ilwrdv of San Diego, ilnugbtor of iiwiniiient htookumn of tho iiouiherii Clifiriiui wi-tiuii, li U aUo interest isl in the (Hioking in luti'.v. ill.. C. I). Cmie. Hii'e of the foro imiui of (be roundhouse, neeompun- iiil by her iUiubter, fleilrudo. mm her Miitlwr, Mm. J. C. TlhMev ol " KmiieikiMt, lefi FriiUy utteniiHiii t the oxHiititfH etty. whore Mr TihU lif i n oivil eiiuniwr m the nnplo -f I'riMiilaat MiHtro of the exri""'!";'1 HMUmny. Mr. an will join h'"' 1'iuuilv at the big fair later on. Xuhnffaoy (nmp. U. W. A... hi Id 11 roi'i.i(f mtjug lst l'riiUiv evemnii. preruimlarv to beguuting n o'tivo 4iuiign for m ewUn 4nng ill full 44 mmter mantb-. Autie' Iwting'M tunher vi-it fm llUtrn-i Ofpuumr ttanamtM m( lrtlnt m taiiva.blng Jb iifJd nmtfl Mris 1.1 the ritnol will uniwm log rollinc fet. To lht ewl a m-ubiH- Niitlet h ormmiwd. ! person orl iuoluilfi K. K. 4mill. " 4mb Y.o, Frwl I'ttlii.iw im Jv (ri.ii. teiior-; t'harlv Mr. luiri'oiM-. Tuuiug fork- will "" ieio.' trim. llr lilerniiUingl Hnr-vr-1.1 tru-t. lu Uu.- of !'' FSAV FATHER WK1 SI WERE ARE T) - 1 W$$$XXR 2T UAVE A DImIt' il I MN MV COAT "JT JCSSM CUMUM is M BAD ELSlE? M IsoTM'MoVlES? L-'s I - miif A ?IE AMD VOU J tf EIJBMH JMfiJl? 93$ -' L0ST W I f '1 nry iutoipolntion. fins UiHlbenr, clerk of tho oninp, linn htwu prurnilcd tipoii to uivu n reading from the worku of ''Krysipehi." Tlia (uinlet'H first pnofoMsMoiiHl apponrniieo will take nlaoo Friday evening, Oetober 'J2. Tho ftrt outido football trnme ot the seanon will ocour botweeii Ash land mnl (Irants Ias, Snturilny, Oe tober lfl, at 1M p. in., on tho homo .'round. This is in tho hih xchool orio. The preliminary local tryont Oetober 'J was between this high school and its nhunjii represent n lives, the former wiunhiK by il seor-.1 of 7 to 2. ; The Topperweins tnmi and wife export shots, save mi exhibition of marvelous woik on railroad grounds lust Kiidify afternoon. l'Jf)-s, also toniafoes and other vegetables tossed iu the air fell ietiuw to fnuov shots. The police mad nn attempt to short lireuit the profe-nionnl-, but on ap peal to tho iiuior tlurt official ivnd ily gninted punnissioii for tho turret practioo to ko on. Anticipating irrigation piojeots, Kinil 1'oil of this oity is building a big rosorvoir on his alfnlfa holdings northwest of town. It will bo a sub stantial eonercto stiueturo with a ciimcity of 100,000 ri'llnw. Several ranchers in the same locality aie dig ging additional wells. Km I H.'imir is temporary delttil on the (lolieo force during Chid IMr tor's vanation. In (lie la( state industrial com mission's repoit thiieo aeeident sus tained bv local vosidunU 111 u enuin- erated in the o!uHifientioii. They tiro J. Kei'ton, injured log; (leorge Culy, nuTsheil loo; J. 0.lHiTiitt, bruised kneo all iailioad oporn- tioim. (', A. Hrideiistiiie, credited to tomatoo. anil nftor my fonitlng on a Duiisniuir, but who runs itut C this , nlco cavnlm and having 11 ptoamoit station, suffered from injured eyes vlult wltli Mr. and Mrn. Owans ho nnd A 0110 of forcible detainer figured 1 (ranwictoil a llttlo IiusIiiohb for tho in .lustico I,eo Trofren's eonrj hist Mali Trllnino. ho ronewlng Ills nub week, ultliotigli it wiis actually IiohiiI wrlpllon and then wo got to talking bofom Itoiiordor Oilletlo. It. I Mo- about corn, hay, ote., and I noturally Donough wiik plniiif iff imtl L II. Tot-, Hiked hliu whore ho got bo 111110I1 eis ilefenilHiit. The pHitiiK nro resi- hay. for all hl bams worn full and dontH of tho Xeii creek ilUtriet. TI14 lm had a utaek out in tho paituro merit' of the case involved eertnui thut lookoil im though thoro might wtitor rihts mid road prnikge. Verdict wns for McDonough, hi con tention hniiu! been proved to bo in vulnerable, (looigo V. Tiofreii for pluintiff, .1. A. Kernel v F"i" defoud tint. L. M'ksh nnd familv of the Hello-.-,.. 1. i...i 1 .-. 1.. m.;.. view hi mamirtiotfii ii'iiun i" "" (his week. Thcv originally enino from tho vieinitv of fliiniluiihutton, in tli3 Huokoyo state, and for tho past fiw yoais luive farmed a five-uero lrnr( out b"Vond the Xormnl. Thiv will ho missed 111 church, sohool and himuiij oireles. .Mr. .MiUseh will io-ongg in tanning in Muskingum enmity, Ohio. Prominent oflieinU of the Oregon Wiishington Kiiilrtwd & Naxigntion ooiniwny went smith SnlunLiy aflor iioon in I'loMidont Kurwll' privnto our MaidewiMid, bound for the oxM sitioii. A Huil fmi the (wentv-lirst C. S. inlmitry, herelofwre -tittiinioil ut the Pre-iiiio, Sun Frnneiwui, oceu pied m ooMoli on X. 10 Snturduy, hound lor Winrmner Hnrrneks, Wasliiiittton. Jiiilue and J rs. C.ilkms ol Jii ford iri M-i!ols enllv Hie presoiu week with Mi .....1 Mi. W Diiv. "'"' Ml ' "' " ' EAGLE POINT EAGLETS Hv A. 0 ITowlett I nhould have mentioned In my lust that KdwarU L'lrlch eame over after .1... .. niinr nnd In trvina to cross ;:,;.t.u. ;.... ,u ,.rt .. .-.- ,t.re...d lth CM. -" j . natM 111 asamaa aaw mwm- land for a n raaunn aw -" V A t. I 1 j k .u.i ihlna waa 10 ouii rri - the twelve ion roller up 7 .IUi III! lam ias. b tke uae of mp inil-r er .. u .,IMMdl unit aot It tli4 o . .. ..,.j....i.. uarntii It a r?zrz:: .. vu, . iMy Mr t. ru. ..-. -- for about tbre. da. ..! !. ei-- of I he onalnwr. l it mill have been saved by having the bank uraded down anil a few lorRo bould ers takon out ot the way In the road. That crossing has been an eyesore for yenra, In fact ever fllnco Jt was first blocked out by tho Into Oeorgo llrown nt tho ttniu ho waa county roinmlwloiier, and slnco that tlmo the rouuty has paid enough extra iu Kcttlni; the ouuuty machinery across tho creek to have paid for fixing tho grade half n dozen times. Last Tuesday Mr. and Mrn. Paul Opdyko of the Stone Houbo ranch on Jloijue river above Trail, and MUa Paulino (iiirloy ot Dallas, Texas, worn horo for dinner. X. tiorman, the foreman at the Dr. I.aldlow orchard, was horo the same day delivering come flno apploA to bin customors. Mrs. John Akhpolo of Medford wns out the first of the wook visiting her son, Roy, and family, and meeting many of Iter old-tlme friends and ac quaintances. Churlos Holmoft of Ashland came up hero last Wednesday morning and met C. Vateho at tho depot and whllo the car wua KottlnR rQnily to mako tho let urn trip bought n flno stallion of Mr. Vatche. Mr. llolnioa Is n stockman nnd Is rnlslnt; a lot of flno horses and uiulos. Thursday nftornoon I called .lames Owens over tho phono to loarn If he was at home as I did not want to drive six mllos to boo htm nnd not find him. Hut lie was at homo anil so 1 drove up there, found him and bis Reed wlfo busy in tljo fruit busl- noa, tlio wire doing me won; ami h,o was woll, I hardly know what bo Wns doing hut they liotlt Koemed to ,o oiiKnKOil with liouehe. ponrn and ,ho 80 or 100 tons, anil Hum tho huh Ject turned to tho raising of corn, and ho showed mo n small tract of sticky land, ono-elghth of an acre, that hli youngest son, Vern, had planted Inst spring to corn and har voetCHl a ylold of V.O pounds In tho oar nnd counting .SO pounds of corn Ion cob to the bushel, would mnko It yield twelve Uushols or nlety-fclx bushels to the aero, and that without water, and If It had been u good sea son for corn wo don't know how much it would have yielded. I had planum! to go from thoro up Dry cteek but I brought the phone Into mo again and learned that tho two men 1 wantod to boo wero In Med ford at the limit so I turned my eourM and went homo ami before 1 got out of tho buggy was mot by one of my old friends, John Ieell of Portland, but formerly of this sec tion. He and Mr. Stopp owned and ran the Itounittop saw mill that was burned sonm y",r n- '" ',0ftl,n tailed him In Portland and ho baa come back to Jackson county to le galu lit hoaltb. His wire will fol- i..w u uinn ii hu can fit Ills homo ,'" - " "- i" iiouimio ' i " Thuraday. Juit a the first table at the gunnyslde were finishing their dluner, there were two nntoi rolled up on the siokesnian. J. C. Ilarna, one of the Medford real eatate men, enquired If Mra. HowloU could sut dinner ror nine hnnary persona aad l.elug assureda la the affirmative the folellNg peraena MM iato the diu ing roem: Dr Collins. J. C. Ilarna, - -. w. ..-.. - . rndUk7i ar . Urty iiwr a kll.. UkAblM AM, thife IMv I m WBIIV nw,H w.w. .w ' ' . . ,.,,, aMteU inoolrti h- - -' - .- -fa-ut ika AAuatry Tb wre sola - "TT ' ., tmm 4Utmm. ,r.cta af ru j,. wWhJ u, Bh0w MT "" be . i - the - 0 na- .. pa,. W t toe stele 1 oars home with mo nnd placed It in tho show Window of Koy Ashpoles hardware store on exhibition. Friday morning I took a npln across tho hill to tho Klngwood orchard and thero "met Mr. J. C. , T-add of ltlnKwood,.TII. He Is hero visiting Mr. A. 0. lllshop. An old tlmo nrtpialntunro In their younger days, In fact Mr. f. nnd Mr. 11. knew each other ns Kohool boys In ningwood. Aftor'Mr. DIshop renewed his sub. to tho 1). :tf, T. vo geparnted. Mr, II. and his guest start ing for Central Point to visit old frlondo and I started to nee who else I could find and boforo I reached homo received a check from Mrs. C. Charley for the renewal of tho sub scription of Clans C. Charley to tho 1). M. T. and a renewal to Mr. J. L. Robinson's nub to (he V. M. T., nnd when I reached homo found Mrs. W. T York, Mra. I'M Wttrnor and son Kil Jr., and Mrs. V h. Shurmnn, nil of Medford. Tho had motored out Tor a pleasant tlmo and dinner at tho Stmnjuldo and nt this writing. V,:U p in., are Htlll horo. They had a flno tlmo feeding tho rabbits, admir ing tho flower beds, etc. 1 have also to report tho subscrip tion of Mrs. Win. Dnguor of this place to the W. M. T. John HlRlubotham of Itutto Kails nnd Mr. IS. llurd. our local oioctrlciun, wero also hoie for dinner, and Miss Colors or Dude Kails Is also stopping for a tow days at the Sunnyslde, nursing n very soro finger, with n carbuncle on it. JfOTlCIl No hunting pr trespassing pgrmlt tod en our lnmjs. GOLD RAY KISAL.TY UU. (utility Tivmsiirer'a Sevonly-l'lftli 1 an Stnto or Oregon, County of Jack son, Treasury Department. Jacksonville, Oregon, October am, tftin. Notice Ih heroby given that there are funda on bond for tho redemption of all County WarrantH, protosted bo foro September 11th, ltill. Also for the following which wero protestod on September 11th, 1011: No.'s 11311, 115(12, HGIifi. 11313, 11G12, 1137."., 11373, 11402, 11193, 11191, 1 HOT., 1 HOI!, 11197, 11199, ltf.OI, 1IS04, 11505, 10097, 11310, 11004, 1 1510. 11BB0. 11557, 11558, 11551, 11315, 11137, 11431,11435, 11431-., II m, 11(22, 11423, UI21, 11425, 1112)5, UI27. 11428, 11129, 11430, 11(31. 11132, 11315, 11550, llfiOfi, 11314, L100, 11507, 11509, 11510, I15i;, UB1X, 11518, 11514, 11516, 11510. 11517. 11518, 11519, 11520, 11522, 11525, 115X6, 1 IRS I, 11669, 11710. 11729, 11731, 10496, 11555, 11420. Alio tho followluR which wore pro tested on tin mh. Sept. 1911: 11 18 11180, U47X. 11187. Intermit eensoe on the warrants above uumboriid and called on this the 9th day of October, 1915. FRKD,I.. COI.VIO, Treasurer of Jackson County, Oregon. Xotlut nr SlieilfrV Sale I'uiler Keru t l(i 11 In PorrcloMiro I.011 D. Jones, Plalntirr, 4. Judson G Ooblu, ltfM4lo M. Ooblo. and F. IS. Merrlek, as Truteo, Dofeudaiils. fly virtue of an execution ami order of salo dult issued nut of ami under the seal or the olreult court of tho Statu of Oregon, lu nnd for the Coun ty of Jackson, datml the Otli day or October. 1 1 ". In a certain forecloa uro suit therein, wlieielu I. on D. Jonos, aa nlulutirf, on the 2nd day of October, 1 1 " . ruoovereil a judgment against the defendant Judson O. Ooble, In tbo sum of H.079.U0 to- a decree uxuinat tho other defemlanta Public notice la hereby given that; in eoiiipltuiiK' with the eommunds of Held execution and order of sale, I will on Tuesday . the 16th aa or No vember, lfl'., ai the hour or 10 o'rloek a m of said hiy. at the front door of tin- court Hou in .lai knon-; vllle, Jsissom Count), Orfgon, orfer for aale and will sell at public auc tion, subject to redemption aa la by law provided, all of the right, title, and Iniereit of the defendant In a ad U the following real property 10-wit. Commenting at the rtoutheusi "or- Mr Ol tll- 1 J PuiPIM IfStlVttllOH la th lu of Medford, where Sixth tre.1 inu-i-'U with the .County DmiI 1 Him rlila Aveouel, theme In g oiii..-rh nrwfilon, nloas lb Weal aid ii "l tend, eae hundred 1001 fet. ihn- IB a weat-rlv direrlloa, paralli-l l'b Hlxth slrtMt our hun drd 1 tnai feet, thenr In a rtoulb rK (liritlon parallfl wiib nuid ioin ly n.srt, on.- liurdred Mo iet to tlin iiHi theiiro In 110 nauil dl- ,rMtiin iioiK lm noiiii tin.- 01 Mtii trot i ..ii. 1 hi'Im 1 1 1 1 i- r '11 tho (Marc 01 negiiuiMa- ih"ou iareel of land 10" feet b) 100 feet in sue. All of the above land will bo sold at paid timo and place lu tho manner provided by Inw for the sale of real property to satisfy the judgiunut, costs and accruing costs of this snlo. Dated this 8(h day of October. 1015. W. II. SlNUl.KH. Sheriff. Ily H. W. Wilson. Deputy. XOTIt'M TO CUKIUTOItS In the County Court of tho Stnto of Oregon, for tho County or Jneltsoti. In the matter o( tho Hstntu of Al jnlrn SVhetstone, Deceased. Tho undersigned having been ap pointed bv Ibo County Court of tho State of Oregon, for Jackson County, administrator or tlio vntnlo of Alinlra Whetstone, deceased, and having (Hinllflotl, notli'D Ih hori)b glvou to tho creditors or,. and nil persons hn Inc claims against suld debased, to present them, verified as required by law, within six months after tho rirst publication of this notice to said II. .V. I.oMuimI at Ills resldenco 22."i South Oakdale St., MeiUord, Oiegon, or at (ho office, of Newton W. ilorden, hi" nttornev nt 2SJ Hast Main Street. Medford, .laeksou county, Oregon. II. N. LOFi.AN'D. AdmlnlKtrator of the Iletato or Alnilru Whutstone, decunsud. Datod Oct. I, 101ft. - , ' - -sr-.lllli , Jl r1. I'Olt UKXT -IIDUSKS l'Oll IlKNT Our nearly now bun galow; might lenvo partly furnish ed. Phono 1 IK-X oMinlnge. FOR RICNT My ptnoo oil Onkdalo avenuo; largo house, garden, fruit and berries; easy terms to right party. Col. II. II. Sargent. 1?" FOR RK.NT Modem B-room furnish ed bungalow, cheap. Phono 13-X. FOR ItKNT Well furnlshnd modern bungalow. 422 South I.nurol. FOR UHNT 0-room bungalow, $12.50, water paid. Phono 799. 177 FOR IlKNT Six room modorn bun gnlow, oast front, slooplm? porch, flno simile; garage. Phone IRS-X. for itic.vr misui.i..im:ous FOR RICNT 95 iicrea of young orchard, 4 nor on In full bonriug. For particulars add rent Mox s. Mall Trlbuno. 173 FOR IlKNT Store room In business block, Ideal location. Phono 30H. 171 FOR I.KASK Kqulppod placor mlno. Oold Ray Realty Co. FOR SAI.1C IXK.Wt KSTATM FOR SAUC 00 acros land, flno, doop soil, deeded water rlRht, 7 room houao, oloctrlo llKhtad, modorn, 4Gx!IG horn, fenced PiiRO wlro, 40 acros in alfalfa, com, sugar boots and small garden truck, 20 acres In pears, Uartlott and D'Anjuu, small poach orchard, team horsuH, cow, farm Implements nnd nil crop guos with place For prlco and particulars, addross Ilox 55, II, F. 1), No. S, U M. U. Centrul Point, Oro. UBAIi MSTATH FOR SAI.K All kinds of property for buIo or ox chango, Gold liny Really Co. FOR SAM! Farm land, fruit land, timber laud, land from $5.00 per acre upwards on long tlmo. Qold Ray lloaity uo. for HAM'. mi.scki.i..m:oub FoTnTujTHugiJ ""and'aliiiiie har ness. W. J. Druinhlll. FOR SAMS Cheap, office desk, swlvtil ehalr, dish eupboard, ami other things. 51U U. II th Jtl. 174 FOR BAMC Kxtnt largo aweot Mis sion Mrapes ut iu por lb. Phone 539-J4. 1""" W, track ro puuMi noiU alr compressor, air drills, mining ni-a chlner.v. tools and sumilles. luoi and liUriiiil!e plix- all slien, ut half price. Address M, rum Tribune. NEW TODAY I can sell 100 aerea with fine build lugs, puiapluR plaut. nearly all (be laud is high grade alfalfa land, close to town and school for $70ou. Im provements almost worth It. Also 140 acros, good buildlugs, half hour's auto ride from Medford, a dandy raach '47000. Soiao Block goes with this oae. Nearly 300 aerea well Improved, fenced asl eroas (anted, caa be Irri gated, elaa to railroad towa, f :.o 00 aa acre. Ideal atoi k raaeb. G. D. HOON Room 111, JitfU.on Couutj Hank llldg. FOH BAMy-aHfiiVliliAXKOUS FOR SALK Choice alfalfa hay, first, second, third and fourth outllngB In enr lota at following prices per ton at points named for cash; Med ford. $14.30; Control Point, $11. ao; Phoenix, $H.30; Tnlonl. $14.30; Ashland, $14. CO. Sovornl persona tuny Join hands In pur olinKo of a (en ton car and thoroby Bocuro wholosalo prices. Owing to scarcity of alfnlfa In Hoguo River valley this year, and high prices for alfalfa In California, wo advlso lmmcdlnto purchaso before nd vanco In prlcos. Slcopy Hollow Farm, II. A. Kiinlgn, Mgr., tele phono Gold Illll. Ore. 183 FOR SA1.U K,0 npplo boxes, inndo up. A. O. Ilonnott, Phono 7'J'J. 174 FOR S.M.I': Ford tops and dust hoods, celluloid lights, ami scat covers. Tout Factory, 100 North Front. 17C FOR SAI.K Polo mountain buggy, good ns new. Palmor Investment Co., Modoc Orchard. FOR SAI.M drain, hay, corn nnd corn fodder. C. W. Isanes, Phono 591-J2. FOR 8lIA'-liT!VsyK)iGK FOli SAM! flood family cow, I yoars eld: fresh. Call Rll-.l. 176 FOR SAI.K Puro brod AiiKorn bll llos. Wrlto J. J. .OronbriiKgo, Ituclt. Ore 17" FOR SAI.15 Cholco registered Duroo gulls, young boars, ami weanlings. Ii. II. Houston, I mllo west of Tal ent, Phono 3-F12. 1S9 FOR BALK 12 heavy work mnrcs, well broke. Vinson's Ilnrn, North Rlvcrsldo avenuo. 18S FOR BALK 5lust sacrlflco several good cows for lack of feed. Address Ilox R. Q. H., Mall Trlbuno, sou FOR SALK Angorn goats. Kd White Cllmnx, Oro. lal FOR BALK 2 Jersey cowb, 1032 West lltht. Mr IIKLP WA.NTKI ?1AIiK WANTKD Men or women to take orders for n largo portrait bouse; good wages. Apply at S a. m. 522 Park nvo. 177 WANTKD MIM.miil,ANV:OUH WANTKD TO IlKNT Work bora for winter, 12 to 14 hundred lbs. Wrlto Medford, Routo 4, Ilox 93. 175 WANTRDLargo knitting mill In vlteu correspondence from women desirous of earning money, part or full time. Oood pny. Experience tiuuecossary. Intornntlonal Mills, Inc., Norrlstown, I'. -00 WANTK1 MTOATIONH VANrKD-Posltl(iii ns cook by Jap anese. Phono l'.trt, or address P. O. Ilox 24C. 175 WANTKD Drmwmaking. Phono 479-M. 144 South Central. .. 7 -in yr r 1 ' . " JgS FOR ICAUHA.tUR FOR SALK OR TRADK WlU trade my placo for eastern property. IliO W. ith St. 173 WANTKD TO UXCHANOK-lflO lien of land all levnl, wiih free water, onough to Irrigate the wliolo of It, lying between Sevon Mllo creek and Odessa on Cherry creek, for a small improved placo lu Jackiou eoNiity, Ore. It U a good stork raueli. Inquire of T. A, Swanu, ICagle Point, Oto. 171 TO TRADK- Milch cows for bay or grain Phone Jt 17-11. Addreeu ill H. Riveisldo. 174 WHY? IT IS YOUR IHJSINIJSS TO SUK Mil iteoauso my siuch, in iruuo m in huve optioned ut tho lowest cash prlae tho boit buy In this county. 1 have been on tnu ground look ing out for you for the wast five years. Noarly everyday I liavo In veatlgatMl tome "gooil thlug." I have ell mln a led everything except those 'dials which I aw convinced will se- -uro iae satisfied ouatouters. la a fow hours Uwie 1 can give you the benefit or tbla reaaureh. It Is ihj bualaasa tu sJiow you over tho oounty aad Introduce you lo the pesalhllltiei and opportuulUM here. Sou Med ford (In and J. C. BARNES toa 'et Miiln Street UL'SINr.SS DIltKOlllItY Auto Supplies bAUHR AUTQ SPRINfl CO. Wo nro operating the large.at, oldest and best eiiulppcd plant In tho Pa clflo northwest. Use our Hpringa when others fall. Sold under guar antee. 26 North Flftcentli St., Portland, Ore. j rfi- Atlorneys PORTUR J. NIJFF, WM. P. MWALKY Attornoys'at-Uiw, Rooms X ami !). Medford National Dank bldg A. K. IlKrUIKS, I.AWYBIl (larnott Corey bldg. Win. M. Colvlg, (looigo M. Roberta COLVIO & ROUKRTS, LAWYERS - Medford National Rank Ilulldltig. DentiHts Dr. W. M. VAN SCOYOC I)ll. O. C VAN SCOYOl! DentlltR Oarnett-Coroy llldg., ulto .Medford, Oro. Phono HiiO Collet HiiiK mnl ltexiits' 310 COLLKCTIONB AND RKPOIIT.- Wo colleclrd nonto accounts 1 1 years old. Wo know how to get tho money. Tho lluitock Mercantile Agency, Inc., Rooms 1, 2, 3, Hns 2lns' IJlilg.. 210 K. Muln at. Riiglneor unit Conliiutoi' FRKD N. Ct'MMINOSSngltioor and contractor, 4UI M. F. & II. llldg. Survoyi,, stlnttxtes, Irrigation dralnagu, orchard and land Im provement. - ' - (iarbago OARilAnU Got your promises clonned up for tho summer. Call on tho city garbage wagons for good service. Phono 271-L. V. Y. Allen. Iii.trutiloi) In Muslq HAIGHT MUSIC STUDIO Room 101, Cinrnetl-Coroy bldg. Fred Al ton Hnlght. piano; Mrs. Florouco llntllday Halght, volcu. Phono 72. PbyilrlaiiM ami Kurgeonn i ir"T "" a ."' c '.vu ijo w. Ti'ii! kva .MAINS OARLOW - Osteopathic physicians, 410-117 (larnott-Corey bldg., phono 1U3G-L. Rosldcnco 20 South Laurel st. DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopathia physician, 303 Oarnett-Coroy building. Phono 901-M. DR. J. J. K.MMEN8 Physician and Niirtteon. Practice limited to oyo, ear, no&o nnd throat. Kyea scion tlflcally tested and glasses sup plied. Ocullnt nnd Aurlst for S. P, R. R. Co. Offices M. F. & II. Co. bldg., opposlto P. O. Phono 507, DR. It. W. CLANCY Physician itml surgeon. PIioiioh, office 30, resi dence 724-J. Office hours. 10 to 12, 2 to P. DR. S. A. LOCICWOOD DR. MYRTLK S. LOCKWOOD Physicians nnd surgeons. Offlco aOD-JllMU, M. F. & II bldg, Phouojj, rosldoiice S1I-J2. offlco S1 1. DR. MARTIN C. HARRKR - Phl clan nnd surgeon. HeaduchoM ami block, opposlto Nash hotel Hours 10 to 12. 1 to I. Phono 110-J. T. O. HKINK. M. D. Kye, Kar, Koso and Throat. Heudachc-H and norvoua conditions relieved by proporly fitted glassna. Crosa eve4 . strnlRhtoneil. Offlco 22H L Main St., phono 303. Consultation rreo. srarn-TWrr mil u tr--. j - - 73 Printers anil PuhlMicri m1TfO it D P IUNtTnCI CO? imstho beet iHinlpped printing offlco in nouthorit Oregon; hook, binding, looio leaf ledgers, billing uystoiiia, etc Portland prices. 27 North Kli at. Public Stenographer M T ISDWARDS, Steographer and MulHgrftphing, RooniB 109-110 OernetWCufoy nnlldlng. Offle ihne 70S-J, rivaldunco phono 1(3-K. TiiiUkfoit, KAD8 TltAN&FHR & STOIIAUK CO. Ol fka 13 North Front nt Phono IH I'rliea right. Srie guur a nt cod LHXIt.N WATOIIMAKIXi; Take the right atep now; ploasant, profltablu work nut ovurdone; fow months learning; positions guaran teed; wrlto for rqferoneoa mid par ti ou lam- Portland Watchmaking, llngftivInK ft Outienl Sohool. 218 Coin ipaawaalth flldg.. Gth nud Ankeny, Purllund, Oregon, .