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Attorney Fred W. Mears, lately from I The new Oliver Typewriter, latest
| Iowa, who has located in Medford, i improved can be seen at this office.
paid this office a call Tuesday.
We have secured the agency for Jack
potatoes. Mrs. A. E. Rose of Applegate was sonville and surrounding country and
kinds of 1 taken seriously ill Tuesday and at last would be pleased to receive your order.
report was not expected to live.
Early Rose seed
Onion sets. All
garden, grass and flower
The Burrel orchard tract, consisting
I of 605 acres and located near Medford
: was sold Wednesday for $500,090.
Nunan Taylor Co.
Won’t Need a Crutch.
RESERVE HORSES FOR WAR.
Switzerland’« Method of Preparing For
in Switzerland the slate is part own
Pennsylvania Line to Conduct er of horses used by reserves, it pur
chases a remount nt three nnd a half
One at Bacon, Del.
years old. and the soldier pays half
Mosquitoes Common to All Land«.
Every climate is the mosquito's
choke, in the remote tropics the ex
plorer who disturbs for the first time
with the prow of bls adventuring canoe
the surface of a winding river finds a
cloud of microscopic spearsmen wait
ing his arrival. In the great North
woods, says a writer in the Technical
World Magazine, the mosquitoes drive
the doer Into deep water, and the
growl of their battled buzzing about
tho bar of the sleeping woodsman Is
almost terrifying. The prospector, toil
ing under his pack In icebound Alaska,
knows no respite from their stings.
Sight Too Valuable
To be neglected. Sutherland's Eagle Eye
the cost of the horse to the govern
Salve will-cure any case of sore eyps,
liient. together with the difference be
granulated lids, opthalmia or any in AN EXPERT PUT IN CHARGE. tween its cost nnd the price that the
horse fetches nt auction, for all horses
flamed condition of the eyes, Painless
When Editor J. P. Sossman, of Cor- I and harmless. 25c a tube at all dealers
are sold by auction to tile men.
City election, Tuesday March 1st.
In Addition to Showing Possibilities of
After every year of training the gov
i nelius, N. C., bruised his leg badly, it
the Soil, He Will Lecture at Granges ernment refunds one-tenth of the orig
Washington’s birthday next Tuesday. started an ugly sore. Many salves and For sale by City Drug Store.
and Farmers’ Institutes — Immense inal half cost to the man. and at the
Get your legal blanks at this office. I ointments proved worthless. Then
FOR SALE—A tract of timberland,
end of ten years the horse becomes
Miss M. B. Towne was at Medford, I Buck lens Arnica Salve healed it
All Skin Troubles
In line with the endeavors of the the absolute property of the soldier.
throughly. Nothing is so prompt and
Douglas Co., Ore. Timber estimated railroads east and west to develop the Iu this manner the soldier is not only Are overcome by using Dr. Bell’s
James D. Fay of Medford was in town
at 4,000,000 feet, fir and cedar.
resources of the territory lying along always well mounted, but as he keeps Antiseptic Salve. It is as plesant to
Cuts, Corns, Sores, Pimples, Eczema,
Apply to Jacksonville Post. and near their rights of way is the his horse with him at his home his use as pure cream and >s guaranteed
mobilization problem Is of the simplest
W. T. Grieve was visitor at Medford, and Piles. 25c at City Drug Store.
to give satisfaction. 25c a box.
Prof. Mulkey says that the only pub establishment of a model farm by the nature.
lications he reads now-a-days are the Pennsylvania railroad at Bacon, near I The average price of these Swiss sale by City Drug Store.
J. W. Bailey, the father of our liv
Lester Thompson made a trip to
Post, the Tribune and the Con Seaford, Del., on the Delaware rail- troop horses Is about £45; says Bally's
eryman has returned to his home in Eu gressional Record. We presume he road. The company recently purchas Magazine, and as most of these horses
Troubles of Its Own.
ed there a farm of fifty acres and will
gene after a short visit here.
High pitched, angry voices reverber
reads the Post in order to get the conduct it as an experimental station are Imported from Ireland and uorth
W. W. Wilson was a visitor at Med
Mrs. Hugh Elliott of Medford and news of Jackson county, the Tribune for the benefit of the farmers of the Germany their price Is considerably ated through the house.
“1 just knew,” hoarsely muttered the
daughter Mrs. F. L. Buck of Portland to see when he is going to move to Maryland-Delaware-Virginia peninsula. higher than It would be in Great Brit
Miss Corinne Linn is visiting rela
visited friends in Jacksonville recently. Medford, and the Record in order to It is believed that by exploiting the ain. Thus the state secures the serv skeleton In the family closet, “there
tives in Eugene.
ices of a horse for an annual outlay was going to be a quarrel between
advantages of that section there will of about £4 10s. But there are certain them. I could feel It in my bones!”—
Mrs. G.E. Neuber who has been visit keep up with the doings in congress.
How about the commercial club? Are ing Mrs. Will Dean at McCloud, Cal.,
other expenses which must be includ Chicago Tribune.
Arrangements are being completed for
you ready to join?
for several weeks returned home Mon the establishment of a first class plumb- of those who desire to pursue the work ed in this estimate, such as the cost of
H. K. Hanna, Jr. was at Medford on day.
the establishment for remount depots,
Took All His Money.
iug shop in this city. First class
In the fall of 1908 James McCrea,
The second ball game of the season material will be used and expert work president of the Pennsylvania, made a etc., which raises the total cost of
a man earns goe3 to doctor,
Call at the Boss, for some of that was played on the local diamond, Sun men employed. The business will be three days’ trip over the railroad lines horses for the Swiss government to or for medicines, to cure a Stomach,
about £8 12s. a year.
day afternoon. We did not learn the managed and conducted by homo people on the peninsula. He saw thousands
Liver or Kidney trouble that Dr. King’s
R. A. Cook of Foots Creek was a score.
and should receive the encouragement of acres In one of the richest agricul
New Life Pills would quickly cure at
ROADS IN CHINA.
recent visitor in town.
slight cost. But Best for Dyspepsia,
W. F. Ripley of Medford appeared and patronage of our citizens. Reserve tural districts in the world idle, with
adjoining farms flourishing and their
Indigestion, Biliousness, Constipation,
Mrs. Fred Pratt of Phoenix was a before the county court Saturday, in
products in great demand in all of the
Jaundice, Malaria and Debility. 25c
the matter of improving the public ed.
recent visitor in this city.
Edged With Ditches.
large markets of the middle and east
The Chinese road is private prop at City Drug Store.
G. A. Hover of Medford, was a vis roads.
Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve
a strip taken from somebody’s
itor in town, recently.
Success on Long Island Road.
President Helps Orphans.
Is the best eye remedy t-ver'offered the
laud. This 1 b done much agaiust the
The Boss has a fine line of fresh can
Hundreds of Orphans have been
will of the owner, since he not only
dies, fruit and nuts.
absolutely ' Long Island railroad with its two ex-1 loses the use of it, but also still has to
helped by the President of the Indus painless, harmless and
We have on hand for sale the following
Miss Agnes Broad of Medford was in trial and Orphan’s home at Macon, Ga. guaranteed to cure. At all dealers. 26c operation about four years, Mr. Mc pay taxes on it
One consequence is that it is wide
who writes: “We have used Electric a tube. For sale by City Drug Store. Crea suggested that a committee look
town the first of the week.
enough for only one vehicle, and carts
Sheriff Jones was at Medford on offi
It has proved a most excellent medi
perimental farm on the peninsula, cau pass one another only by trespass
cial business, Wednesday.
on the cultivated laud. To prevent
Baseball for 1910.
where the railroad could show the ing
cine for Stomach, Liver and Kidney
Bill of Sale,
A full line of pipes, tobacco and Troubles. We regard it as the best
agricultural possibilities of the land.
smokers' articles, at the Boss’.
family medicines on earth. It invigor
With the approaching season, loca The committee’s report was favorable, away and the dust blows off it gradu
A. Anderson of Medford came over ates all vital organs, purifies the fans are looking about to note the and the railroad bought the farm at ally grows lower, and after awhile it
Quit Claim Deeds,
to visit his daughter, Saturday.
becomes a drain for the surrouudlng
blood, aids digestion, creates ap standing of the great national sport in
According to the last census, there fields. A current forms in the rainy
Mrs. A. E. Kearnes is visiting rela petite. To strengthen and build up this vicinity, and what chance Ashland are 3,916,800 acres of land on the pen
pale, thin, weak children or run down stands to enter the Southern Oregon insula, of which 2,058,299 ncres are season, which still further hollows It
Real Estate Contract,
tives at Portland and Hillsboro.
out, and thus has arisen the proverb
B. P. Theiss of the Medford Grocery people it has no equal. Best for league. There is an abundance of good under cultivation. There are 28,355 that a road a thousand years old be
female complaints. Only 50c. at City material here, and no good reason, ex farms on the peninsula, nnd it has a comes a river.
Location Notice Quartz,
Co. was a recent visitor in town.
total population of about 500,000. To
Satisfaction of Mortgage,
Earnest Foreman of Applegate was
induce more farmers to cultivate the roads naturally prefer to hnve tho
Real Estate Agents Contract,
in town lor a few days, tnis week.
Notice Application for Liquor License
forces with Grants Pass, Central Point, 1,858,501 acres of idle land is one of roads run aloug the edge of their
A. Conro Fiero of Central Point, was
the reasons for which the Pennsyl farms instead of cutting across them, At reasonable prices. We intend adding
D. H. Brewery of Medford, was a
vania railroad is to undertake the op
in town recently, asking rhe county
business visitor in this city, Monday.
requisite standing. As to grounds, it eration of the experimental farm. The and this accounts for the fact that other blanks as fast as possible until
Insure your buildings in the Saint court to change the public road near is understood that the familiar railroad co-operation of the farmers is already Chinese roads are often so crooked the line is complete. Blanks of special
that one may hnve to go a considerable
Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Co. his orchard.
tract is available at a merely nominal assured, and the state agricultural col distance to reach a place that is in re form printed to order at short notice.
rental. Of course, a grand stand is
Miss Della Reeves is learning tomind
ality but a few miles away. This al JACKSONVILLE POST.
her p’s and q’s setting typfe in this of Jacobs of the Fruitgrowers’ Bank at needed and the grounds ought to be tural societies are enthusiastic sup ways interests the stranger.
Medford, were transacting business in fenced. This locality is easily accessible porters of the project.
It is argued that points on the penin
DR. T. T. SHAW
via Oak street, and with moderate ex
Only Pursuing His Profession.
B. E. Haney has been nominated b,
sula 100 miles south of Wilmington
petition for the office of Street Commis
corder’s office, signed by the requisite verted into an ideal base-ball park as are, in point of transportation facili four darkies who were caught in a
ties, as close to the markets of Balti gambling raid before him. The first Office in Ryan Building, California St.
number of voters, nominating Henry G. well as a commanding situation for more, Philadelphia. Wilmington and
Mrs. Gertrude Norton who had been Dox for Recorder.
general athletic events. Step3 are being New York as the Long Island farms of the lot to be brought to the bar was
visiting friends in California returned
taken to exploit this movement and all are to New York city. The railroad an undersized man, with a comical
face as black as night. The dlaloguo JACKSONVILLE
Southern Oregon will meet in their lovers of baseball and kindred sports officials say ft Is possible for the farm between the mnglstrato and tho pris
Mrs. Will Barnum has returned from regular annual convention at Ashland, will do well to lend it a boosting hand — ers to get their products into the large oner
created some merriment in the
markets in excellent condition. De court.
San Francisco where she has been sev next Monday night.
H. K. HANNA Jr.
liveries nre made in one day In central
“What is your name?" Inquired the
Why buy new chilled plow shares
Assessor Grieves is preparing to start when you can have your old ones ground
Farmer«’ Immeme Market.
"Mah name's Smlff,” replied tho
the work of assessing for 1910, prompt as good as new at Roundtree’s grind
An Immense market is enjoyed by darky.
Office in Bank of Jacksonville Building
Buncom, Oregon, Jan. 28, 1910.
ly on March 1st.
ing and gumming works.
farmers of Maryland and Delaware. It
“What Is your profession?”
A commercial club with a member
Includes practically all of the country
Jacksonville property is changing
“I’s a locksmlff by trade, sab.”
ship of 60, was organized at Gold Hill, hands; three lots in Lundgren’s Ad One dirty gray horse, about 14% hands east of the Mississippi river, made pos
“What were you doing when tho po-
high, weighs between 900 and 1000 lbs. sible by a preference freight train llco broke into the room last night?”
dition were sold Tuesday and there are
No brand or marks, the horse will be service that has created a wide de
A. E. REAMES
“Judge, I was pursuin’ mah profes
Attorney Withington of Medford, several other deals under way.
four years old this spring.
mand for fruits nnd vegetables grown sion. I was makln’ a bolt for the
was attending to legal business at the
No need to tack up poorly scrawled
The owner is hereby notified to come on the Delaware-Maryland-Virginia door.”
court house, Saturday.
posters, when you can have them printed forward, prove property, pay charges, peninsula. Tills demand is greater now
“Officer,” said the magistrate, with Practise in all State and Federal Court«
If you are considering the purchase in the highest style of the art, and at and take him away, otherwise he will than can be met. and the railroad Is a merry twinkle in his eye, “lock
taking steps to aid in Increasing the Smith up.’’—New York Tribune.
of a typewriter, call at this office and reasonable-prices at this office.
be disposed of according to law.
number of farmers to supply it.
examine the new Oliver.
To develop its experiment station
The Art of Overlooking.
Albert Walker, a prominent stock- will get into mischief—often it means (First publication Feb 5, 1910.)
the railroad has appointed ns superin
Nobody can live long in tho world
man of Bly, Klamath ccunty, was in a burn a cut or a scald. Apply Bal
tendent II. 8. Lippincott, a graduate and not admit that the words "noth
town on business, Monday.
of the Agricultural college nt Cornell ing for nothing” contain a end amount
lard’s Snow Liniment just as soon as
A Beautiful Woman
A petition nominating M. D. Jones the accident happens, and the pain will Must have a beautiful skin. Dr. Bell's university. lie Ims done practical of truth. He is of course a fool who Will Practise in All Courts in the Stat«
as a candidate for city marshal, has be relieved while the wound will heal Antiseptic Salve removes pimples, black farming nt Ills home in Burlington does not count the cost so far as tho
county. N. J., nnd in North Carolinn. future Is concerned, but scarcely less
been filed with the recorder.
quickly and nicely. A sure cure for heads, chaps, and roughness, leaving Superintendent Lippincott lias taken a fool Is be who does not overlook past
Wm. Cardwell and Judge Orews of sprains, Rheumatism and all pains. the skin smooth. Try it on our ail interest for years in experimental costs. If wo have auy good or de
Price 25c 50c and $1.00 a bottle. For guarantee. For sale by City Drug work, and lie Intends to visit the lightful thing in this life, at all haz DR. BELL’S ANTI-PAIN
Roseburg were in town on official busi
sale by City Drug Store.
granges nnd farmers’ institutes on the ards let us not taint our enjoyment by
For Internal and External Pains.
ness the first of the wees.
peninsula, that he may become person considering what wo gave for it. Was
Call and see the fine lineof stationary,
ally acquainted with the farmers from it more than we could afford? Never
all high grade goods, latest and most
When Booth Laughed.
Miss Emma Wulf
Wilmington to Cape Charles. He will mind. We have afforded it; we have
William Mestayer, the comedian, be prepared to make addresses, visit made our purchase. Let us take off
fashionable styles, at Deneffs.
Cal., was in town the first of the
Hon. Miles Cantrall, a prominent week. The Misses Wulf are doing a once said: "1 ueier saw Edwin Booth fairs and make exhibits of some of the the ticket with the price and burn tho
And Latest Styles of Wall
laugh heartily but once. We were
farmer of Kuch, was interviewing very nice business in a confectionery playing 'Julius Caesar’ at Baldwin's, products raised on the farm nnd thus receipt There lire items in life's
Paper, Call on or Address
store at Weed.
friends in town Wednesday.
In Frisco. Booth was Brutus, McCul rnilroad is taking.
less we would spend all our days
Miss Emma Wendt of this place made
in balancing closed accounts.—London
An operation for the removal of an lough was Cassius, Harry Edwards
the third highest average at the teach adenoid growth from the nose of Fred was Caesar, and Charley Bishop and 1
BUTCHER AND PLAYWRIGHT. Spectator.
er’ examination held recently.
die, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. B. were plain, everyday citizens« It was
the last night of the run. and we all
How She Rules Him.
G. W. Trefren of Ashland was in M. Collins will be performed by Dr. felt frisky. So wheu Caesar spoke the Chicago Meat Cutter Is the Author of
“Sklnphlint’s wife certainly hns re
Fourteen Magyar Dramas.
this city Saturday in the interests of Seeley of Medford, in a few days.
well known line. ’Let me have men
Paul Bernk. a Chicago butcher, va markable success In managing him. I
the American Development Company
L V. Larsen the Medford baker was about me that are fat,’ Bishop and 1. ries the carving of meat with the writ wonder how she does It”
who has applied for a franchise over in town Sunday. The many fri ends of both fat men. walked boldly up to
“When he undertakes to deny her
the county roads.
and shook him heartily by the ing of renl plnys. From 7 o’clock in anything she really wants she threat-
Mr. Larsen will be glad to learn that Caesar
I have just opened a shoe
hand. Booth laughed outright.”
to sue him for divorce."
he is prospering and has recently pur
Bernk attends to the wants of his ! ens
shop in Abbott's Hardware
“Does be care so much for her,
customers of a meat market in Chi
A Common Cold.
chased his partners interest in the
Store where I am prepared
We claim that if catching cold could be bakery and delicatessen and is now
“Oh, no, it’s not that but he figures
•‘While nt work In the market I plan thnt it is cheaper to let her have her
avoided, some of the most dangerous sole owner.
Every woman may not be hand the plots of my plays,” he says.
own way than it would be to either NEW BOOTS AND SHOES
and fatal diseases would never be heard
Patick Donegan, proprieter of Done
For years Bernk hns been writing defend the suit or pay alimony.’’—Chi
•f. A cold often forms a culture bed gan’s blacksmith shop, is mourning the
and planning the production of a
In a workmanlike manner.
for germs of infectious diseases. Con loss of a valuable bird dog which has keep with care the good points drama that will mnkc him famous. cago Post
Repairing done promptly.
sumption, pneumonia diptheria and turned up missing. The exact fate of nature has given her. No woman Thus far ho hns written fourteen plays
A Bad Start.
In Magynr (he is n native of Budapest.
saarlet fever, four of the moat danger the dog is unknown but it is supposed
ous and fatal diseases, are of this class. that a bullet from 3ome vicious “hunt blotchy complexion, who pays Hungary). nnd two of them, “Delma” he proposes," said the frank young wo
The culture bed formed by the cold er's’' gun has found a billet in the no- ; proper attention to her health. nnd “On Trial,” he has translated into man.
Where constipation, liver derange Oermnn.
“Yes,” answered Mr. Meekton, "nnd
favors the development of the germs ble animal.
I have evidently failed to overcome
of these diseases, that would not find
Toy Airships For Christmas.
lodgment There is little danger, how FOR SALE—S. C. White Leghorns, irregularities exist, good complex
Among the Christmas toys coming the absurd impression I made on Hen
ever, of any of these diseases being
from abroad nre different types of air-
pullets $1.50; Eggs (15) $2; day-old movements cannot exist. Internal I ships—monoplanes, biplanes nnd bnl- Star.
contracted when a good expectorant
chicks $1.50 dozen. Buff Orpingtons, or later on the surface. Headache, dark ' loons nnd dirigibles. The success of
cough medicine like Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is used. It cleans out
rings around the eyes, sallow skin, a con
"It's impossible for me to dress on
$3; day-old chicks $3 dozen. Order stant tired feeling—mean that the liver I hns made Its Impression on the toy- $5,000 a year.”
these culture beds that favor the de-
chicks now. 1000 skunk skins want and digestive organs are needing help and i makers, who nre ever nnxious to keep
“Well, my love, you must wear less.”
velopement of the germs of these dis
Chamberlain’s Stomach and | abreast with the latest novelty In a
ed. I buy fura. W. T. G oodman , , correction.
“Don’t be silly! You know perfectly
eases. That is why this remedy has
Laver Tablets give this necessary help. i form flint appeals to the Imagination
Box 412, Grants Pass, Oregon.
well that the less I wear the more it
They work in nature’« own way. They do not
proved so universally successful in pneu
W TRIAL BOITIMRI*-
merely flu«h the bowel» but tone up the liver and
monia. It not only cures your cold
stomach to fulfill their proper function». So mild
operated by a propeller, some with two
and gentle do they act that one hardly realise«
fans nnd some with four, to which en-
quickly, but minimizes the risk of con
that they have taken medicine. Chamberlain’«
/ sfacto or
Tablet« can be relied open to relieve bthousneee. Iergy Is transmitted from ^in elastic
tracting these dangerous diseases. For
OR MONCV Riruyoeo.
mdi^estion, constipation mJ J.zzine««. Sold ev
I of it is genius.—II. W Shaw.
For Coughs and Colds.
sale by City Drug Stor«.
erywhere. Price 25 coots.
For Paper Hanging
C. F. BOWMAN
A Handsome Woman