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Considerable Excitement was caused in the lue-nii e, to afford the expense
r had a very severe cold. I
Jed to try Chamiterlain's
our quiet city last night by the incu.red in jou-r.eying to the S.ate
, on -1 before a small bottle
attempt of Marshal Jones to arrest a Fair ar.d of ni-iinlt nance while there. Irritation Diamonds of Pasts Ara
" u as well as ever," writes
A complete line of groceries young man for disorderly conduct. Such men ai e ccntei t in the absence
11. Silks, *19 Dowling Street, Sydney,
It Is always wise when buying a
astro i. Ti.l
!v is -'o)-’*-r-I •''•»le-’.
tn all departments—prices the The marshal had calleii several citizens of the smaller fair to stay at home white
topaz to purchase It from a reli í 'M ík .
to assist in landing the party in the and therefore they miss the benefits
•lowest at Taylor-Williams Co. cooler, several of those so called de in educational fires that fairs furnish able denier, inasmuch as rock -crystal
Change in Southern Pacific Tim
even lead glass are often sold un
The Peoples Store.
clined to serve and the man refusing so effectively by way of ocular demon aud
der that name.
Mites Cantrail of Ruch was in town to submit to be incarcerated was stration. He is encouraged to go to Colorless beryl yields a very brilliant
I turned loss. Much comment favor
and diamond-llke stone when proper
Effective January 1st, 1910.
Fletcher Linn returned to his home in able and otherwise was heard on the I many of his acquaintances will be ly cut. Indeed, many gems and even
NORTH BOUND TRAINS.
Passenger......... 8:04 A.M.
J. N. Matney of tne Applegate was
»veu under the scrutiny of experts.
Grants Pass Motor.........10:21 A.M.
in town Wednesday.
; such exact tests as refraction and
i that the party was arrested during stay at the fair.
Frank Robison was at Medford | the night and will be given a hearing
specific gravity being unknown until
For rheumatism you will CnJ nothing bet
I sometime to-day.
bow- ter th.ni Cliauilier'ain’* Liniment. Try it 2-16 Oregou Express..
Mrs. Amy Dow is reported ill at her
see how quickly it gives relief. For
Buying a poor article to save INMAN CALHOUN —At
Medford, ever, is so brilliant as a skillfully cut , and
home on Sixth street.
piece of tbe kind of lead glass known sale by all dealers.
money is like stopping the clock to
Oregon, Thursday May 16, 1912, by in the trade as “paste." The play of
SOUTH BOUND TRAINS.
Fresh pineapples at Chapman's.
save time. We handle only the best
Weston F. Shields: J. Hosea Inman i color in these counterfeits Is often
Joseph M. Donahue of Medford was and a big line from which to select. I
23 Ashland Motor.................. 8:45 A.M.
and Gra e M. Calhoun.
» very beautiful, but the glass "dia
a visitor In this city Saturday.
See our goods and prices before going
15 California Express ........ 10:35 A.M.
KELLER-FIFE On the S. P. train mond” possesses no luster, this term
Taylor- Williams Co.
T. W. Osgood of Medford has been elsewhere.
being applied to tbo light reflected
Ashland Motor................. 2:24 P.M.
near Gold Hill, Oregon, Sunday May from tbe top surfaces of a gem. The
Attorney at Law
in town several times this week.
13 San Francisco Express.. .3:32 P.M.
19» 1112, by Rev. Weston F. Shields; Hashes of light and color that give
Hollis Parks of Buncom was transact
Will Edward Keller of El Paso, brilliancy come from the Interior, be- NOTARY PUBLIC AND ¡CONVEYANCER 11 Shasta Limited(Mai) only)5:47 A.M.
ing business in this city Wednesday. GRAPHITE INDUSTRY IN U. S.
Texas, and Helen Mary Fife of mg thrown from the rear surfaces of
Herbert K. Hanna was a business
Jackson County, Oregon.
, the stone.
Forenoon 9 to 12
Office Hours: J Afternoon
visitur at Medford Tuesday afternoon.
The glass diamond is soft and is at
1:30 to 5
tacked chemically by a number of
August D. Singler of Medford was Some Graohile Mined and Con-
house in Jacksonville. Oregon, Mon things with which It comes tn contact
looking over the political field here
Bank'of Jacksonville Building.
day May 20, 1912, by Judge J. R. by wean, for both of which reasons it
siderable Manufactured; but
Neil, Hugh Price and Celia Leis- soon becomes dulled. — Philadelphia
E. D. Briggs, Esq. of Ashland trans
the Greater Part is Im-
Saturday Evening Post.
acted legal business at the court house
He Spoke to Her.
A Virginia farmer was driving a re
Mrs. Amy Dow visited her mother
COLORS OF THE RAINBOW. fractory cow down the road one morn
Will Practise in All Courts in the State
and other relatives on the Applegate
The natural graphite mined and con
ing. The cow and the driver came to a
centrated in the United States is vari
crossroad. The man wanted the cow
i to go straight ahead, but the cow
Fred W. Mears, Esq. of Medford, able in amount, principally because
Violet, indigo blue, green, yellow, or picked out tbe crossroad. A negro was
was transacting business in this city the process of milling flake graphite,
the most abundant type of domestic ange. red - the colors ot the rainbow. coming along the crossroad.
Any child knows ttiat. and the high I "Hald her off! Hald tier off!" yelled
DR. T. I
A representative of Polk’s Directory
School pupil can refer you to half a
Co. was interviewing the business men stage. Because of this unreliability of dozen textbooks to prove it. It is true, the driver.
The negro Jumped about the rond
Bill of Sale,
the domestic supply most of the large however, of only a very few rain and waved his arms. The cow pro
G. D. Linn of Eugene was here Sun consumers of graphite prefer to de bows. ns C. Fitzhugh Tillman demon ceeded calmly on her way.
W arranty Deeds,
"Hald her off! Elaid her off. nlg-
day attending the funeral of his father pend for their supply on imported strates in the Scientific American.
Office in llyan Building, California St.
Quit laim Deeds,
Tile colors of rainbows vary with ger!" .veiled tbe driver.
who died Friday.
In 1911 the quantity of graphite im- their width, and their width varies with
"I's n-tryln ter!" replied the negro.
Try Vanilla Root Soda at Chapman’s.
Ack now ledgements.
"Speak to her! Speak to her and
1 ported into the United States for con- the size of the raindrops, big drops
Ed. Wendt who is in the Ashland j sumption was 20,702 short tons, valued producing narrow bows with bright, she'll stop!"
Real Estate ontraet,
"Good niawnln', cow- good mawn-
hospital is reported to be in a pre j at $1,495,729. In contrast to chis the clearly defined colors, small drops pro
ducing wide bows with pale colors.
I total domestic production was 3,618
Here are the colors as generally seen:
Satisfaction of Mortgage,
Chas. H. Gardner a timber dealer of short tons of natural graphite, valued 111 When the raindrops average one Evening Post.
Real Estate Agents ontraet,
Roseburg, was a business visitor i n at $288,465, and 5,C82 short tons of millimeter In diameter, violet, light
II. K. HANNA
When You Crack Your Hat.
this place Tuesday.
manufactured graphite, valued at$664, blue, bluish green, green, yellow, or
If you are ever uufortiinnte enough
Notice Application for Liquor License
ange. light red. dark red: i2i when to smash a new berb.v bat. so that It At reasonable prices. Weintend adding
Mrs. L. S. Trefren of Grants Pass 000.
the drops average three-tenths of a cracks and In spite of vigorous rubbing
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Chas. F.
millimeter In diameter, violet, light nuil brushing refuses, to resume Its other blanks as fast as possible until1
Dunford of this city.
the line is complete. Blanks of special
I from the island of Ceylon, and the blue, bluish green, green, yellow, or pristine smoothness of surface, try the form printed to order at short nutice i Office in Bank of Jacksonville Building
A number of persons from this place I United States has for m»ny years been
attended the boxing exhibition at i the principal market for this Ceylon tentli of a millimeter, very pale violet, match Inside the hat close to the bro JACKSONVILLE POSI. ¡JACKSONVILLE,
violet, whitish blue, whitish green, ken spot. By the time the nititcb has
Medford Tuesday evening.
Considerable amounts of whitish yellow, pale yellow; (4i when half burned out you will Und that the
The latest creation* in ladies, j graphite are also imported into the the drops average one-twentieth of a hat has become soft. If you will then
misses and children slipper» for I United States from Mexico abd within millimeter ifogl. white tinged with vio brush it vigorously with a stiff brush
summer wear at the Peoples Store. the last few years graphite from let, bright white. White tinged with for a moment It will regain Its former
smoothness and look as If nothing bad
Chosen (Korea) has entered the mar yellow, very pale yellow.
ever marred Its surface.—New York
ket.—U. S. Geo. Survey.
John H. Cnrkin of Medford, repub
lican ¿andi late for the legislature, was
Married the Family.
looking after his political fences here
Beacon Fires Were First Used, and
When Lafcadlo Hearn married
Ther. Came Semaphores.
Japanese wife all his wife’s family
Signal fire telegraphing. with Its very accompanied him to bls new qunrters.
The big fill at the dam on Jackson
creek is completed and the riprap on The County Fair Potent Factor limited scope of Information contained, He mentions that he had nine lives
seems io have been iiisiiit I lie only dependent upon him—wife, wife's
the upper slope is being rapidly placed
means of eomi'iiiuh atlng quickly across mother, wife's father, wife’s adopted
As Developer of Northwest.
distances until relatively modern times mother, wife’s father's father, then
It was not until the days ot the servants and a Buddhist student. This
Fletcher Linn, president of the Port
“Do not overlook the county fairs. French revolution that any rnnter.nl wouldn't do lu England, but it Is noth
land Furniture Co., was here several
days this week on account of the death They form the pivot in the develop Improvement over the hencon tire tele ing in Japan.—"Lafcadlo Hearn — His
ment of the Northwester ,1 states graph developed. Three brothers named Life and Work," by Nina H. Kennard.
of his father, the late David Linn.
Clmppe devised tile setimbiiore tele
agriculturally. They are the great graph. Tills system got into active op
Why ask your friends to go on your
bond? I can furnish you a surety clearing houses for the big land pro eration in 1704. and tlie first real mes
Tess—I thing Belle acted rather shab
sage ever spelled out and telegraphed bily in breaking tier engagement to
all state fairs.”
across country was in that year, and Jack Huggnrd. Jess—Well, he broke
We are revising our lists ready for the
D. W. B agshaw .
This Is the keynote Which Louis W. tbe text was as follows:
his arm. Tess—But, good gracious—
spring trade. If you have real estate to dis
Mr. C. C. Beekman while in the act Hill, president of the Great Northern
“Conde Is taken from the Austrians.” Jess—Yes. good gracious! What use is
pese of at a fair price, place it in our hands
The same day the national coiiven a fiance with a broken arm?— Philadel
of stepping off the sidewalk near his Railway has sounded and which will
for sale, we have a number of prospective
bank building Thursday morning slipp be taken up with a vim when the tion. sitting in Paris, sent back the tol phia Press.
buyers who expect value for their money.
ed anil fell receiving several bruises Northwest Development League meets
“The army of the north deserves tlie
and a general shaking up.
We can sell your property at a price
in Seattle in June. Among the bene gratitude of the country "
moore ' s _ it
to its full value but do not want any
Presbyterian Church: Sunday even
The seinapliore operators attained n
listed at fictitious or "Boom” price.
ing worship at eight o’clock with ser of the seven Northwestern states, Mr. speed of three letters a mlniile In tine
KCH l UT THE STANDARD
mon by the Rev. Paul S. Bandy. Hill sums up epigrarnmatically, as weather.' witli an average ot one a
FILES, CHILBLAINS, FELONS, BURNS, ETC
A VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD SALVE.
Subject, "True Desire.” A cordial
all ORuaaisrs have it or will obtain oh request
ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTES.
1. “They start many person i ex- necessary the Invention of condensed
fr/ce 25 Cenfs.
welcome is extended to all.
LANGLEY A MICHAELS CO.
hibiting who would never think uf codes, which came Into fashion - New
A meeting will be held at the City making exhibits at the state fair.
York Telephone Review.
Hall, Monday, May 27, at 2 p. m. to
R. R. R.
2. “They bring the fair sufficiently
discuss ways and means of decorating near so that all may attend.
OFFICE: Bank of Jack
“Now, Billy.” said the young mans
graves at the cemetery May 30. All
3. “They educate the farmers in father, “I’ve found a fine Job tor you-
sonville Bldg. Upstairs
those interested are urged to attend.
attendance along the lives of their a Job which will. It you attend strictly
Rev. Bunday preached an interest own greatest needs.
to business, give you a splendid chance
4. “They stimulate effort in the to rise."
ing .aermon to a large and appreciative
"What Is the nature of the Job?"
congregation in the Presbyterian direction of highest excellence.
“iou’ve seen some of the big build
5. “They tend greatly to the build
church, Sunday evening. He will hold
services again to-morrow evening at
gard to attendance and exhibits, Be- you ?”
cause of these benefits tbe small fair
"Have you ever noticed bow the
A very interesting entertainment
is well worthy of the support of the great Iron beams are lifted lu their
was given at the residence of Mrs. A.
state and of all actively engaged in places?”
Elmer Monday evening in honor of the
i business in the communities in which
fifteenth birthday of her daughter,
“Well, a friend of mine, who Is a
I they are held.” Mr. Hill further
Miss Adarel. A large number of the savs.
contractor, has agreed to nse you to
friends and school mates of the young
“One reason why many farmers do stand on the beams and balance them
lady were present and a very enjoyable
they are Hoisted. I told Inui ntmut
not exhibit at a state or other large as
the splendid nerve you bad exhibited
fair is the apparent hopelessness of in sitting around and permitting me
Work on the water system is al most ever winning a phize, because of the to support you. aud he agreed that you
complete, the last of the mains in the extent ot the competition, coming as would be Just the man tor tue Job."—
city were laid Wednesday,
Many it does from so wide an area, but Chicago Record-Herald.
connections with residences in differ- when the area is limited as it would
ent parts of the town have been made be in the case of a county fair or even *
Mr. Justice Lawrence was once pass
and by the time the plant is finished of a fair more local than a county fair,
ing sentence on a man, aud In tbe
and accepted moat peoDle will be in the farmer feels that he is competing course
of bis preliminary remarks be
The Owners have no idea of selling to the Bell Telephone Monopoly or any
shape to use the city water.
against one of hie own class, and, referred to him as "a professional
one ehe but intend} to maintain it for the purpose of giving the people of
W. M. Swartzfager and son John, therefore, when he is the possessor of burglar.”
of Steamboat were in town several a product that he believes to be super- ! Tbe prisoner raised loud protests
the Rogue River Valley the best telephone service known.
days this week. Mr. Swartzfager is lor; he is encouraged to exhibit the | from tbe dock.
"Here," be exclaimed, “I dunno wot
the owner of u valuable quartz mine same. This he can do with little or I yon mean by callin' me a professional
in the Steamboat District und expects no expense in placing the article on ’ burglar. I've only done It once before,
lu erect a mill and other improvements exhibition, hence it he does not win he i an' I've bin nabbed both times.”
Mr. Justice Mwrence beamed upon
in the near future. Several capitalists | does rot feel the pinch of linancial loss
have been trying to purchase the I as he would had he exhibited at the 1 him.
property ui Mr. Bwatztager and we I State Fair. In this way hundreds and [ “Oh, I did not mean to say," be re
ur,dest and have offered a handsome ¡.thousands would be led to exhibit who marked In his most suave manner,
I never would have done so but fur the “that yon had been very successful in
price for it.
I opportunity to exhibit at the small your profession."—London Answers.
The American Bonding Co. of Balt- fair.
more will go on your bond and write
We should believe only I d deeds.
“The location of the smaller fair
makes it easily p>.isible for many a Words go for nothing everywhere -
D. W. B agshaw . Agent
farmer to attend, who may not be able, I Moja*.
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