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SQUIRREL FOOD By Ahren IIUSINKSM DmF.CTOKT Auto Htiptill MRPFOTCP MATL TIJimTNK, 1IKI)K()R1), OMWOX, MOM) VY, .llTLV 17, 1910 f V w :s .v W AAV OdAU SIR . VAR IS fOOUSH, 'l FOB PGACe, s-fRoNG- Tor if- people VMrK TO FUSW1 ARfi CKfYZV- PCAC6,PeACg '. V35aRr325' xv&J "-' -'s&P RGl DELUGED BY FLOOD; ASIIKVILLK, X C .lul 17. Scores of large Indimtrlnl plants around Ashovlllu Ih.v Idle today In the grin of the flood which followed lint weok's ruin storms and hurri cane which swept In from the Caro HiiH coast anil flooded portions of North and South Carolina and adja cent territory of Tennessee, Virgin In and Weal Virginia. Flv0 persons nro known (o hnvo heou drowned, fifty aro missing and hundred a in liotnoleM, whllti railroad servlco vir tually Is ausponded In a lame sec tlou on all vidua oT'Athevllle. The Swauimitofi and French llroad riven that roaa out of their bunks In this section yesterday, flooding tho villages nf lIlltnior0 and leaving Ashovlllo without gas or electric powrf wero said to he receding oar ly today, and It was thought that the Kroatoat danger to thla section has passed. Ultimate of property dam ago already have boon placed at from $0,000,001) to ? 10,000,000 whllo tho total low to crops, luinhor mills, cot ton mills, highway ami railroad bridges a"ud mile if railroad track throughout the area that ha felt the flood, was exported to grow. Miss Nell Llpo and Mrs. Loo Mul hall, roported drowned yoslorduy when the home of their father, J. C. Llpe. at lilltiuoru, was waahed away, wore found today tied in the top of a troe, according to reitorta received here. No reports of further loaa of life nave been received. The Swaimaiioa and French llroad river are falling rapldl. OF TUom who ultend the "Kirth o( I he Natiou," which uih-iu a three-day en gagement at the I 'nee Theater Thurs day, July '17, will doubtlem. be truck by the etteeU which make the iweMea u lealiatic, but none who hu mt mhjii the awMirutuk liwIiMt wbut uu luiuieiike uwuuut of uuntplierumJut m iitHivwary. Tho owiupHuy vnie with it alio aether a larg bugguge ear luud of appaialun, ineluding djuuuiok, tram t'onner, reducer, project iou uiu chine, booth and curtain. In addi tion there rv a reoiarkaMe urruy of iioie-mVkiHff gparatu. Wlten, lu inatanee, watchiitff the rcproductfon of the rcut buttle in which lb oldien of the north and -oath ore iu trenched within 2U0 yard, of each other, one bear the rour of the cuunon, the cricn of the dying and wounded aoIdierH, (be dnll mMokUmix f uudrground taiiue. ThU ia hor IIicmj eft eel ore aceoinplihed. To jiruduce otliyr uoic there are crMbv. druiu, cyuibul and seem ingly vjMd of an inatruuMWt that pfodiacaw n horrifying noie, which, WMn wounded at the right time, Heom to come from the very beun of the uielurc. There i not a word MpokM or the Uge, every em ploye being bu tile niert to watch for bi Hignttl fro the elretrician. The object of thi review abowa to what extent the exhibitor went to make their picture the great e4 uud 'ot realistic xuecemi ever ktaged. Addinji not wneh m the realism mm to expretion i. he jireut thirty-lie-e oreheHtra to aid in interpreting the picture,. It i the claim of the pridacer, I). W. Griffith, that "The Hirth of a Ka. ti.m" the production true hi bMer ical fact iu the effect produced and in hettingw with IkhI color. PacVprU t.tlh rardx lu Mock at the -Medfora I'limius Co, 501 N m mm AT PAGE THURSDAY WHY YOU SIMP,'-fillS P6ACt f ytUFF IS ALL BUtfK- WHAT I GOftD Dni; TiIaT VPpiCfS. AM' wio OA& PO WHCM -fll'gNGMiV . INVADES 1H rmnj-rttVt ! "" , ., ?3ft-i- --'. E L FIGHT IN FRANCE PUtlS, .luly 17. contingent of Russian troopa disembarked today at llrt'nt, France. The Russian trooiw will ho sent to en in p from 11 r oat and later to tho front. Thla la the alxth contingent of Itueeluu troop tho arrival of which in Pranoe linn huun reported, llo tweeu April 20 and May 5 thorn ar rived at MaraeilliM flvo hotlloa of Rus sian soldiers, after u land anil. 10a Journey of ahout 17,i00 miles fiom Moscow, where they wore assembled, to Port Dulny, .Manchuria, and thonco by water, via Him Sues cunnl. Tho number of men In tho ffrnt five con tlngeul hiiH not liuen glvou offi cially, but it la bolloved to ho ahout 23,000. Thoau troop weto quarter ed at Camp Do Mallly, near Troyos, for sovurul wcoka, and thou sent to tho front. Tho official French com inuulcatlou of laat night allowed that Iluaalan troopa were In tho trunchuH In tho ChoinpiiKiio. It waa mild In Purls moveral woeka ago that the Mending of tho flrat con- jtlngonta waa largely In tho nature of an experiment, and that they might ho. follow!, by iiioro aubatautlal nil in hora. Uu tho former occaalon tho Ituaalana arrived without arma, which were auppliwl by the French. Tho oxtilunatlon waa given that It waa oaaler to xond men out of Itua-) ala'a aurplua to the weatern front itlmu to forward arma and ammuni tion to the eaat (Iconic i nhnwer. civil inginecr, employed on ioernnieiit i( 'lumiition vvorl. in Kbimatli comity, came to A-liliind la( week ami accompauieil lir-l cMiupany, ('. A. ('., to Ft. Steven-. Uu wile accompanied him here and will viit her iwrcut" Mr. and Mr. F. A. Brown during the encaiapiHCiit monmoh. (leorgc . McCoy, the citv em ploye of the Swifth, Miid a bru'l vim't to bin brother, J. W. McCoy, cawli icr of the FiM National I tank lut week. I Fix home i near Iturtow, Florida, but for xouietime pant he haw Imwh in Kan IMego, Miperinteiiding the ci c lion of u kcl pluut for the Swift corporation. lie Id I lor the eut lut Haturday uud will join hi, wife ut ('union, Ohio, where hc i viaiting relutivcx. Mr. McCoy iited here earlier in the eunn. Mayor O. II. Jhiion ha old hi MiMrcidcnce on North Main to dux. I). Fuller of Augiwta, Maine, who i here and will occupy the pner1,v. Jloditxun and ttutd uogotiatcd the ule.' Mnvor JohiMii not going to leuvv A-hluud uud him in view the pur ehu e of unothcr proKrty. Funeral ervicc-i of S. Murray the iron hiuhIiU-t who died in the hos pital recently, were held on Saturday afternoon, condm-inl liv Hev. II. ('. 'arnahun at Stock' uudcrtakiuu ehnpei. Interuieot waa in the Moun tain view cemetery. The city uuthor itiew finally located ulativi of the uWukcd at lteh.it, Wi-., who du ected that the buriul should occur here, the espenaea incurred buvinu been aMMumed by the moulder union of Portland. The network of wiring on the form er hotel Oregon doe uot indieute the iuktullution of a wirelewe ytem, but mean an ciaooraie eieciru mn ?ir?l'4'-w?i! -. ?.-- VYXJSVP.. MOR RUSSIAN TROOPS ANDED TO ASHLAND AND VICINITY beuring the legend "Hotel AntinM l H l"u"hMan ami fuiuily viait to which uame the old familiar old ml "' ""' hua ot l'"f-""r and Ilol. I Oregon has liecn changed by Mr"- - w' Milam, the latter part il new manager, Mr. ChUholm. l).,"f he week. iii. Haughaw i uxr Connor. of Oakland i the new clerk. I iatendeai of the enool at Pineville Hoy M. Murray, who enlisted ini0nW' the regular aituv at Mioiila, Mont., J- N'- rutain made aeveral trip and who delerled at Talent a few. days asfo on the wnv to Fort Me Itonuld. Col., with tii other re- . nut- i-. -i. II In Id !i. , ,,i ndne ur- rnnl "1 Xi'l'lul ulii't.1- WLv uU' t- vMoS A SlMPT "OUST tfdCAUSe I'M FOR PGACG AN CAtJT SG6 It YOUR WAV I'M A SIMP, HUH1 pectud (Nirly tliir week. Vlml Kg srnMilwl .Murray'n offi'itov, waa tho al tempt lo cll hi trmiMpot'tittioti. F. II. ('oiler, of l-'iiguiie lins been u reeunt initor in town lU'coiupauiuil by Dr. Day of the sumo city. Dr. W. Ii. Nicliolun, former (wluo pnlliie praidiouor here U now u nwi dent of JC.veler (nl. .Mr. Anna (liiHti-ltiirlinu of I'niMtoy Iiiim tnnled liiir iiiduneo on High -tree! lo Mr. Tlmyer if Luke county for prowrly in Iter proMinl lioiuo (own and on Saturday left for Siilcm where lie litis otlier inlvrvatH. Kmury Smith of tho eontraeling imi of (ho SpringH projucl wn in Aalilaml Sntui'day on III return from .Portland to San Frineico. V. A. Stacy, of Atliol, Miihh., Iiiih been vioiting hero of lule and enl livnling (lie acipiaiutaiiee of n num ber of foimer N'ow I'ltiglamlerH to whom (he mention of Hint piiitieiiliir xeetiou ii like unto trending on holy groiim). .Air. ami Mi-s. (1. L Flinl or Ko-e-Initv, aeeouivauied by n diiughler and her chum, returned home Into Friday alter a vinit in AhIiIhiiiI, during the Uoumlup ami a portion of (he Chau ttuutpia HonMon. Mr. Flint in nn en gineer on Uie Southetn I'acilie on Hie Itoneburg-AHhlamldivioion. Mim. Flint ix prominent In aoeial uitd fra ternal eirelei and lawt year oeenpi cd the place of lather in the (irund Chapler of the Kawtern Star order. .1. V. DobbitiK, fomier maiiuger of the Hotel Oregon left for San Fran i'ieo on SundM.r to yititign(o bimi Hem. proMmitioiit outride of tho keepiim of hotela. ' " T. K. Amlfiwin, of the I'ifol Knob mine near (lotlville. ('!., aecomMini- Jed by hi old friend (I. If. Mudgo, of San Fnuieiwro, motored over from Siskiyou county luM wtnk ami at- (ended the Chautauimi aeinbly. Mr. J. C. Kimble. Mix. Hlmer I. Applegate and ,1. fj. Camp uud wife all or Klamath Fall, were ivgiatered at Hotel Austin on Saturday. Mr. Camp ia HUKiinteudeut of the ex leiisivc irrigation development work now going on in Klamath: Ifev. W. (1. Smith and II. (1. Ilol land of W'olf Cicok were Chanlatupia visitor laat Saturday. Mr. Smith la a I'losbyleriaii clei-gyman fonnuily located al Klaiiiadi FalU. A marriage lieenae ha been iaaucd lo h. T. I lodge and Mis- Itertlia Kli xahelh Calkin. The foniwi- ia n member of the high aehool faculty and the latter ia mi inwlrtictm in elocutiou. Tho city council i laboring to "a.Michroiiigo" (he attitudea of the Mtrk board and pring conimiaHioii liver lhajr roaHM'live juriadleliona. Fending lcreloMu.nt it ia thought that 1'. II. (iruves, )uirk uiurinlon lent, who rccenllv rcigml, Vl'ill re- mam, (ieorge Traveruer, enairmau of the irnrk board, ha been ui-ged to rexigii, uud ha m fact taken the matter under advieiiiciit in the face of a cojilimteHcy, that a petition for hia recall wight be launched, accord iug to reMrta. The Soutbcni 1'acific, ia view of of the threatenel trouble, ia apMsul ing to il employe, uumiieriiox over iti.UlHI on the ayaleiu to well cotiaider the situation lHfure iuaugiirutiug a atnke. In additiomil to pcnounl ivprenentutiou, hi(it and iicwMtp er uthertisuig, worded in behalf of the eomponr are being I'reelv eir culuttHl, reminding the men that in the event of going out they would forfeit their pension priviligea, in-ua-much us length of service would not count oil the im-h-hiii s.-hcdule. Mi--f Mnrv mid Kcit.i Kdiuglou returned In 'in ,i visit with friend iia Ashland Kriduv. Medford thla week llunter rilickel waa a vi-itor i Medtord on Kruljv. Mi i S Well- bl! Th.ir.l.i UiVllilU, i'jl K iiluutli 1 alia utter 7 .''""v'SX I GOLD HILL NUGGETS vUL, I'LL IOW Wll $trr aWaV wrnl iUrvf IrlSULflN1 STUP'P wmi MC, YUH rA"fICAO visit of Mtivoml liny with Imr wiwler Mra. J. K. WuIIh of tlii city. Mr. Zoo K. Toc ol Anltlnntl, nr rived Thuixday for u buiuea visit at Ihirt pluuu, hur foimer home. Mr. and Mrs. CharleH Hitter nlop cd for a i-llorl time at the homo of their daughter,-Mr. Clyde Simmon on Friday. Tliey nrc driving throngli from I'ottlfiiid to Central Point whoru they are inturoalod iu some property. F.d. WomIuii iiiiiI Vernon McCoy of Medford were in town for u abort liiui) Friday. Thoy expect to leave for u ciimping trip iu a low day near Prospect ut vvhiuli place Mr. McCoy will hnvo churgo of the schools for lliu coining your. Wliilo lieto they will visit with Mr. and Mra. 1). II. Miller. Spnigno llt'ignl left Friday for Medford at which place lie wtyl join the cohhI urllllttry, of which he ia a member, on their, summer trip I'o Ft. Steveiia, nour Aatoria. lie ex pect lo be gono over two week. MrK.'Frunk lurdHii ufler a week'w vlnit with hor another, Mrs. Surah lllaekerl ad other relative, ie liirneil In Tonloiune. California. My all ineniiK don't misa tho play "A Dull Night tjl n Cabinet" given Thursday ovdninjjjl Hie Comua, for Hie bvnorit of (lie tlrcntcr Hold Hill club. It is hi no to he n scream (T) from all reports. Ahout the aume plnyeiv nro iu it hh were iu the last one except several new member hnvo been addml. A. SeliiioiTuu wax Iu Aalilaud Saturday aild siiddgy with hia fain- I,y i hint. 1'iWl Wilt apcnl Snturday al (Irnhta Pnxa. , 1'leteher Stout, pharmacist al the llrown drug store visiled hbt parent at Jacksonville Sunday. K. I. Clark and family arrived Sunday from lcbanou, Oregon, for a visit with Mr. and Mr. K. II. Day at their Kama Valley ranch. Mr. and Mr. Warren I). Smith topKHl over here Saturday and Sun day on their way to Crater Idike. While here, Mr. Smith, who ia head of the (leology detriment at the I'liiverjiLv of Oregon made a trip out to the tungsten mine, about throe miloM north of town. BUTTE FALLS T. I. Walker loft Saturday for Walla Walla, Waith., whore ho ex IKwta to work through harvest. Mr. and Mra. O. II. .Morrla wont to Paton Saturday to vlnlt tholr un do, Tom Peelor and family, return ing home Tueaday. (1. W. Marker wont (o Aahlaad Saturday afteruiHu returning home Sunday oveutag. Mm. Darker and .Mra. Maker aecompanlod him on hia return. Hay Parker and l.oater Smith re turned home Sunday evening from Aahlaad where they had been to take In the celebration and roundup. Mr. and Mra. Hnn'oy Murphy and om frleuda motored up. from Mod ford Saturday evening and arntnt Sun day al Camp Nick. Charlea Stewart came over (rum Pollcau Hay Mouday for a vlalt with home folka. Hon lluvhanan of Aalilaiul la vlalt Ing hia graudiuother Mra. K ihla vvaok. Aire. Myrtle Wfetayii la vlaltlug lu AhIiIuiiiI thla week. Charle Stewart want to Aahlaud Tueaday, fethrnlug hswe Thuraday. Mr. and Mra. Huriel flralttard are up at the Parker ran eh thla week. .Mlaa Mary llulen I laker or Kala maioo, Mich., la vliltlug her brother, Mark Maker, and family. Mr. and Mra. It. W. Parker were up to Dr. Kmeraon'a place Wednea day on bualneaa. Walter O'Brian le home from Mo dock eounty. CallfornU, en a vlalt te hia another. Mr. and Mra. Win. Seara and chil dren Margaret .and Roger returned from Medford Thursday. Mr. Sear la Junt home from a vlalt In the e)et. Hia mother returned with blah from Portland. Th MUaee Hilda Abbott, Klleu O'Brian, Wllma Morrla. Bern lee Mak er. Kltu ami Noma Slew ait fln I'ujkvr, JU'.attr buntb, ( U'.iter Jubea 'vJllGfO 1 -fllROOill VJI Miii Hope i tfnvg if IfAPRttSSCD OtJ V0UH ArjlAlt) -lAT I'M STILL )R PCACE. P6Aa2 ArJO A MArJ FOR PCfXCC'. FOR Hr ?X .-Lfc-M LLJ L.1U I UL nud Chnrloa Stuvvnrt wont up to Camp Happy Friday evening for n ronl nil in p fire mippsr. Thoy roporlud a grand tlmo. Several of tho joung folka apent Thurmlay ovenliiK at the Stowart home. Tho oronlng wa Bpont In old fashioned gamut), MARKET REPORT LlTcniocS HODS AHvo, (1. STKKItS Alive, (l(J?oy.o. COWS AHvo, CCe. . VKAL Dreesod, SfliHlo. Iilvo ttniltry IIFNS r(u i;ic, nccordiiig lo ipinlity. DUCKS Fat, bo. OKKSI--Fnt, fie. TUHKHYS Fat young, 1Co. 1IHIA1IAN I1AIIKH. rt to (Jo. liny nun (1rnn (HuyiiiK Prices.) WIIKAT l)0o. OATS $:i(l Ion. HAY Gnilu ami ulfiilfn, 12 Ion. UAHIiKY Wholo, .f30. I'rit-b I'alfl y m-niera KHOS- !ltte. HU'ITF.H - Dairy, 2 Ibi., lCo. I'OTATOKS $l.8B. ONIONS 2V& IIONKY -12 por lb. CIDKIt 2ro. POHK-ll'ic IIKKF- 10Co)12o. DAHI)-i:iii(ri'Mc. RIJOl'Llltillrl-JStt. HAM 18(fl.2(IK III'TTKH FAT -21c. Mutter Wbolesnlo, 2flo. HELPFULWQRDS Prom u .Medford ('illen la your buck lame and painful? Dnea It ache enpcilally after exer tion? la (here a aoreneaa lu the kidney region? Theao aymptoma aiiaguat weak kid noya. If ik) (here la danger In delay. 'Waak kldaeya gel fanl wuakar. Olvo your Vldneya prompt inten tion. 'Doun'a Klduuy Pllla aro for weak klduoya. Your nolghliora uao ami ruoom ;iiend them. Itnud Ihla M ml ford teatlmnuy: Mrs. .1. W. Itaaa, 8ft X. Ivy at., Medford, says: "I have always huun ready to recommend Doun'a Kidney Pllla whenever I have heard auyouo complaining of backache or kidney dlaordnrs. 1 have taken (hem when I have had theea troubles and (hey have novor fulled to atop that misery lu my back aud put my klduoya In good working order. 1 also give Dfmn'a Kidney Pllla to one of my children who la aubjeet to weak kid neys at llmea and they lestore them (o a normal condition." Price .'Or. at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a klduuy remedy get Down's Kidney Pllla tho same that Mrs. Itusa had Foator-Mllburn Co., Props.. Iluffalo, N. Y. Adv. FOK 11KM nilUMKH I'O It ItlSNT l-ronin house, partly furnished, $5 pur mouth. 32 1 N. attveralde. UU KOIt ItlCNTModern house, 1 0th at. Inquire Fred Meara, ('uruett-Corey llltlg. 100 KOIt UKNT- My home, comer 11th and King, completely furnlahed; alao li-room furnlahed cottage, 607 W. 1 1 Hi t. V. W. Utreetfe, Oranta Paa, Ore, lot FOR KENT--Five room houae, hard wood iioora, inn cemeni iiaBemeni and garage. Phono 170-W. BUSINESS Have pfli'ty with well improved 25-aero iraet, located d miles from Suntu Cruz, Calif, that wants to trade for good business here. 1 1 ia properly is clear. BENNETT ISSryHJST-JtftHT CD. Real lfetuto Ixhiuii, It.BMiiii, UuHr.JSt 111!! West Main. M AFIfeR 1'H TOR - rr MfiAr4s YOURti WAR BUT Vt)0 OOrit ArwiJniAi n.n- it I ftvtAri' . .-.i..w.. wv. w .. ;!"" . I .flM .1 noR pieces s x?zeyi o ctfcA' Why HmoUr. lilt Cinnrn When Da aondna nro only 10a fok hunt nouMuctcnriNa HOOMH FOIt It HNT- Modoril furnlahed rooniH. 3 IS N. Unrtlutt. Phono r8-U. - -- ' ' ' I-'OK HAIilC ACKKAOIJ FOll SAI.K Thrco aero tract with 0 room biiuualow, four mlkm ttoiith of Medford. Dux 22, Phouulx. 100 ' ' ' -- -.,.--.'. ron BAiiTcansuMiiiAAKous FOR BivXcJ-Cloaiii alfaUa'iiayrj i 0 lu fluid. A. Couro Floro, Contral J'olut. 101 FOll SAMS Ideal flroleaa cooker, moat perfect cooker made; leaving town and doHlro to noil. Addtoaa Ilox III), Mall Trlbuuo. !)9 FOll SADK-A violin of tho IiIkIichI typo of tone, material and work manship. I will soil for lues than half Its actual value. A ruro op portunity for any one contemplat ing the purchaau of a fine Inntru niont. W. C. Jnuoa, Phone 370-X. FOll 8AMC 'Now and Hocond-hanil bloyolos at IC. & II. Shop, Sparta IlltlK- 101 Poilll A I . I Meyer modal (lut0 wft h cnio, etc, hiia IU koya good aa now. $lo. Tolophone IB.s-X nftor 5 p. in. 103 FOll SAI.K Alfalfa buy cheap, Phono 310. FOK BALK Second crop alfalfa nud grain hay. Suldor'u Dairy. ron baii wYittmox FOR SAI.K Olio good homo with now harnoaa and now aurroy at vary low price. Overland Auto Agency, Phone Ct, cor. Ilartlott and .Main. lo 1 FOll HADH Horned, nud grain liny In tho fluid, ono mile iiorlhoaat of Plioonlx. IC. K, Iteames. 105 FOK HAIjK -IIOUSICS FOK SALIC- .Party left town, must aell houae and lot al once; una minute walk from car Hue. Fur further Information Phono &17-K 00 IIIIHI.N'KSH OPPOKTILVrnitS i'OliSAIdS A'frrarclaaahhickainlth shop lu a live town at a bargain: no competition. For iwrtloulara wrlto or call on Mark Johnson, Illy, Orogon, 101 "WAXTHI) nMIHOICMiANKOUH WANT18D Feathers to renovate, old mattresses aud feather beds mado Into sanltar) folding forms. For samples, Phone 18Q-J, m Kssl ISth at. Ul WANTKD Fixtures for store. What havo you? O. A. DeVou. FOK KAMI I A Mill FOR TKADK For HiitH.II aiitomo- blle r.-a In ilt llmtta of Aalilaud Addreaa 371 Mountain Avo., or Phone aiiN-.(, Aaliland, Ore. 'i TO TKADH Medford proporty Tor Klamath county prniierty. Ad dreaa ilox 3k, Klamath Pulls, Oro. JO rww MONKV TO IOAN MONICY TO LOAN Havo money to Jean iiihiii city aud country prop orty. Quick service. Money on hand. ICarl S. Tumy. 210 Uarnetl Coruv Hide (t I.NTKKUKIIAN AtrrOOAU CO, 'II MK OAKD. Leave Medford tor Aflhland, Tnlont and Phoenix dally, except Sunday, At 8:00 a. m., 1:00, 2:00, 4:00 and 5:1S p. in. Also on Saturday at 11:15 p. ju. Sundays luavo at 8:00 and 10:30 a. in. and 1:00. 2:00. G:30 and 0:30 p. iu, Leave Ashland for Medford dally, oxcopt Sunday, at 9:00 a. m., 1:00, 2:00, 4:00 and 6: IS p. m, Also on Saturday nlehta at 0:30 and 2:20. SundayH loavo Ashland at 9:00 a. m. and 1:00, 4:30, 6:30 and 10:30 p. m. IHiSM 7 tt'- LAIIHK AUTO HPRINO GO-Ws ?re oporatlag the IstkohU oldcut shil beat equipped plant In tho Pa cific oortliwM. Ub our springs when others fall. Sold tintlcr guar antoe. 26 North FIttoonth St. Portland, Ois. Aitorney ORO. W. CIlKltnY Attornoy and woinry, nooma n-10, Jaeitson Coun ty Hank Uulldtng, ontranco N. Gentrivl, Medford, Oro. rORTHR J. NKFF Attorney at law, rooms 8 and 9, Modronl National Rank Dullding. A. 12. RRAMKS, LAWTT5R (lAraett Coroy bids. 0. M. ROHRRTS Lawyer. Medford National Hank Untitling. Oollrcdon.i. COLLECTIONS AND RI3PORTS We collected pomo account" 14 ynnrs old. We know hov to got the money. Tho HtiUock Mercantile Agency. Inc., Rooins 1, 2, S, Hf kino' llldK., 216 D. Main st Dentists Dr. W. M. VAN RCOTOa DR. 0. 0. VAN BCOTOO Dcntiits Oarnott-Coroy nidg., ulte Medford, Oro. Phono 8Ce. Collcctloim anil llvports 310 DR. FRANK ROHKRTS Dnntlnt. M. V. & II. Mil. Offlo3 Houre 8:30 to122lto fi.PhonC07-R. Knglncr and Contractor FRKD N. CUMMINOH 8nglncor sn4 contractor, 404 M. F. & II. Rldg, Surveys,, cntlnuteB, Irrigation dralnngo, orchard and land lm provetnont. Ilouso .Movers MKDFORD 1IOU8K MOVHKS Wo Movo HoiiHoa, Hams, Garages. Ma chinery, Klc. Phono 4SS-M. or ISR-X. 012 S. Newtown, 811 Da kota. -.-- Insurance. H (CARL S. TUMY General Insurance office, Flro, Automobllo, Accident, Llahlllly, Plato Glana, Contract, and Surety Uondn. KxroHont com. panics, p.nod local sorvlcs. No. 210 Garnott-Coroy Hldg. X-A- ZTTT 1. II 1 I .11 ' l-3 Instruction In Munto FRKD ALTON HAIGHT Teacher of piano nud liurmoiiy. Hnlght MiihIo Studio, 101 Gnrnott-Corcy Hldg., Phono 72. (Inrtiago GAItnAOH Get your premises cleaned up for tho autnmnr. Call on tho city garbage wagons for good service. Phono 274-U V. Y. Allen. PliyMlclnim anil nnrgeona DC"ia." o"a iiuYwT ""'diIl kva; MAINS CARLOW Osteopathia physlclanH, 416-417 Garnott-Corey bldg., phone 1086-L. Reldeae aC South Laurel at DR. W. W. HOWARD Osteopathia physician, 303 Oarnctt-Coray building- Phono 130. DR. J. J. KMMKNS Phyalolan and Burgeon. Practice llmltod to eye, ear, noso and throat, ltyos scien tifically tostod and glasson sirh piled. Oculist and Aurlnt for S. P. R. R. Co. Offices M. V. & II. Co. bldg., opposlto P. O. Phone G07. DR. II. W. CLANCY Physician ana surgeon Phones, offlco 30, rest donuu 780. Office hours, 10 to 12, 2 to 6. DR. MARTIN O. HARPICR Physi cian and surgeon. Offlco Palm block, opposlto Nash hotel. Hours 10 to 12, 1 to 4. Phono 110-J. Printers and l'ubllaiicrs MKDFORD PRINTING CO., haa the host equipped printing offlco In soiKliorn Oregon j book binding, looeo loaf ledgers, billing systems, etc Portland prlcos, 27 Norm Fir st. Transfer KADS TRANSFER & 8TORAOB CO. Office 42 North Front Bt. Phons 315. Prlcos right. Bnrrice guar- UtbA(1 . . ,' ii !" j jjiu-'e- J WHY? NOW 'J'lMU TO TKADK. I have a, ICO aero stock ranch; good location; 100 acres lu grain, some alfalfa. This place recently sold for 112,000; no Incumbrance. Will trade for good orchard, prof or puars, or would tako city property. Would trade even or assume some In cumbrance on orchard proposition, J. C. BARNES 102 Wo'.t Main Street. NEW TODAY 113 acres, half of It In wheat, outs. barle, alfalfa, and coru; all araya go with the plaee If taken this monUu buildings, 20 rattle, a baud of sheet, team and all tools. This plate l.yt near school, eountry Etoro; ai4 level road to Medford, and other valley tow ns. Lays well out toward the out range, aud is a good place for stock raising. SCO an acre, Including all things mentioned above.. Hoon-Cathcart Co. rhuuo 1(17 j t ,JS ;?C B'