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of rheumatism this spring. Ju .♦ rub he
Wm. _ Ulrich
Medford was in Jack-
Geo. Garrett was at the court house
affected parts freely wi h Chamber!s’;
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intent anid it’will toon ¿iMfp.'tr.
»•SPECIAL while it lasts.. T Chas.’ Hamilton of Applegate was in Ira Kimes of Griffin creek spent; Ed, Westop, photographer of Med-
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Guaranteed High Grade Figur town
i Monday in Jacksonville.
( ford motored to.Jacksonville Wednes-
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at $1.25rper sack.
Mrs. C. D. Hoon of Medford spent ; day-
Ernest Forman of Buncom drove in-
tc town Sunday.
Monday in Jacksonville.
Geo. Barnum returned home Thurs-
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. Ed. Helms was in Medford Sunday.
E. S. Wilson was transacting busi- , day from a few days outing at Rogue BOOKS BY SHIELDS SENT BACK
Mrs. 0. N. Nelson was an Ashland
ness in Medford Monday.
I James Young was in Medford Satur visitor Thursday.
Miss Neda Winningham of Portland
Arthur Thompson was a Medford
Wilbur Cameron of Applegate was
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Single Taxers Make Claim for Funds
Frank,. Bybee spent Saturday inMed-
Will Prnct^e in .All/ilWfl? *"
Mose Barksdull of Medford was a week.
Roy Davis of Ashland was one of
Going—Farmers and Busi
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Mrs. Walter Kontner* of Medford
Jacksonville visitor Mondav.
Miss Pearl Dox spent Sunday in our Monday visitors.
nessmen In Fight
Frank Stevenson of Watkins spent
Sterling was in town Monday.
Indications have been furnished In
D. W. BAGSHAW ,
L. I. Brown spent Friday afternoon Monday in Jacksonville.
Arthur Kloinhammer, a prominent Portland of the tremendous sum of
J. I. Fredenburg of Sams Valley
_William McDaniels of Applegate
Attorney al Law »■
Afipidgate cattleman, was in ’ town money that Is to be expended to I r“
spent Tuesday in Jacksonville.
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Edc Bostwick was a Medford visitor was in town Wednesday.
force down the ^throat of the state notary public and ¡ convé Y a N ifr
L. Strand and wife were passengers Wednesday.
C. H. Pierce of Medford was in
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Single Tax doctrines of Henry
to Medford Thursday afternoon.
Dr. Page of Medford was in Jack Jacksonville, Wednesday.
Accident Insurance. Oregon Surety
pffiec Hours. ? AftMrn<|<Hi 1;.<u :12i."
Misses Clara Abbott and Laura Sul
Geo. Buckley and Bob Ray of Ruch
Because there seems to be a tem
livan were in Medford Saturday.
Theo. Cameron was a passenger to were in town Wednesday.
porary financial stringency, W. S.
Bank*of JackHÒnvilh* BuiMihg’.
Capt. C. M. Ruch of Ruch transacted
Ries Chapman and Frank Coleman
U’Ren Is sending back an earnest
- O regon ,
iphas. Berwert spent Sunday after
well known in this city, has been un call to Joseph Fels and the other JACKSONVILLE,
J. M. Rader and wife of Phoenix animously invited by his congregation millionaire subscribers to the Single
run at Butte Falfe.
Willard Moses of Watkins was a
were Monday visitors at Jacksonville. to remain in charge of the Methodist Tax Fels Fund. He is using a club,
tiKttorney C. L. Reames attended Jacksonville visitor Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chauncy Florey spent Episcopal church at that place.
cjpeuit court Tuesday.
Bob Finriey took in the races at
U’Ren Asks for Books.
$irs. Stewart Epperson is ill at her
We have,on hand for sale the following
Mr. Bush, connected with the Siski
Sheriff W. A. Jones was at Beagle you News of Yreka, Calif., was in work being done by the Oregon
home on Oregon street.
W. T. Bostwick .and son, Everett,
on official business one day this week, j lacksonville recently. While here he Equal Taxation League, the organlza-
S. L. Sandryx>f .Rogue River spent spent Tuesday in Jacksonville.
W. R. Coleman participated in the I purchased the newspaper plant form tlon of farmers and business men
Thursday in Jacksonville.
Mrs. Binder and Mrs. Kirkhoff spent
is combatting Single Tax.
at Medford Thursday evening. erly owned by Messrs. Griswold & that
Bruce Buck of Elliott creek spent
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U’Ren called up Charles H. Shields, . Bill of Sal§,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. F. Harrington
lecretary of the league, and asked
this week in JacksonviUe.
George Dugan of this city spent
for 50 copies of “Single Tax Exposed"
were passengers to Medford Satur California city in the near future.
Thursday afternoon in Medford.
(County Assessor W. T. Grieve auto-
W arranty. Itaeds,
the work that Is being distributed by
ei to Medford Wednesday.
Quit laim Deeds,
Leslie Stansell made a business trip
"Why," said Mr. Shields. “I know
Attorney Fred W. Mears of Medford for Ruch and Forest creek school house
RVm. Jennings of Applegate spent a to Medford Wednesday morning.
frlv hours in town-Thursday.
Mrs. E. N. Bunch of Medford.visited had business at the court house Tues tember. The Rev. Paul S. Bandy will to send them back to the subscribers
of your fund and get more money,
Misses Molly Britt and Stella Levy her son, Ray Bunch, Wednesday.
Location Notice - l’lacer,
Miss Flo Thompson, deputy county preach at Forest creek school house, don’t you?"
sjjent Sunday at Butte Falls.
Harry Luy and wife enjoyed a fish
Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 22, at 3 o’clock
"ErA-Er—" Says U’Ren.
Locatidn Notic» Quartz,
¡^ames Burns of Medford was a ing trip to the Applegate, Sunday.
P, M. and at Ruch on Sept. 1, 15 and
Er—er—er—” began Mr. U’Ren,
Satisf'aetiiJn of Mortgage,
efu inty seat visitor this week.
29 at the same hour. All are cordially but he ended by admitting the truth,
Misses Mabel Henry and Alice Hoefs
Beal Estate Agents ontract.,, s
Mr. and Mrs. Beni. Collins attended i invited to attend there services. Sun
“Sure you can have the books,”
■ Bert Armpriest of Forest creek was
Notice Application for Liqu >T Lken rf
•r the band concert at Medford Sunday day School every Sunday at both laid Shields, "and I trust that they
a-Jacksonville visitor Tueeday.
Wm. Von der Helio, of Eagle Point afternoon.
prevent you from getting a single At reasonable prices. Weinteud utfUi:,-'
points at 2 o’clock.
other subscription by converting all other blanks as fgst a3 possible until,
'-Attorney E. E. Kelly of Medford was in town the beginning of the week.
Prosecuting Attorney B. F. Mulkey
During the summer months mothers of the men whom you intend to reach the line is.complete. Blanks of special
Clyde Smith and “Toots” Thompson was attending circuit court, beginning
wjas at the court house Tuesday.
“You know and I know, that Single
young children should watch for any ennat
form printed to 'order at short notice
^‘Uncle Billy” Cameron of Applegate were Medford visitors Saturday even- of the week.
tral looseness of the bowels. When given Tax is just a trick and a snare.”
But Mr. U’Ren did not answer.
prompt attention at this time serious t. oubh
wks seen on oUr streets Thursday.
Mrs. Fred Luy of Antelope is the
be avoided. Chamberlain’s Colic,Choi
Miss Mary Bagshaw and Cliff Dun- guest of her sister, Mrs. Chas. Prim may
¡John Anderson and wife of Ruch
era and Diarrhoea Remedy can always b<
nington were in Medford Sunday even- of Jacksonville.
were Jacksonville visitors Thursday.
MONARCHS AND COINS.
i depended unon. For sale bv »11 J*“lers.
¡Mrs. p. C. Beekman and Miss Carrie ing.
D. C. Wilson of Sams Valley was’
Napoleon In a Temper and Louis Phi
Herman and George Walter of Hum the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S C. Whit
TEACHERS IN OPPOSITION.
Bfeekman visited Medford Wednesday.
llppe on a Hunt.
bug creek were in Jacksonville Thurs tington recently.
Tobe Stone, one of the Forest creek
The great Napoleon was not great
farmers visited Jacksonville Wednes
If any one class of persons might at the wlilst table, and a eharnctcrls
Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Colvig were
W. E. Phipps, a Medford attorney,
at Medford Thursday afternoon at- ; be expected to favor Single Tax, it tic story Is told of him nt St. Helena
Ulv'steeds are tefled f or purity anri
was transacting legal business here tending the fair.
would be teachers and those who At a private party of whist he took
■ernrination. No seed« are packed
Ralph Jennings and family were
by us unb .->• three two qualities show
have studied Henry George’s “Prog out four napoleons to use as markers
visitors at Medford Thursday after- Tuesday.
the very higl ett standard. Our fully
Fred and William Coppie passed; ress and Poverty."
Yet the In and one of the young Indies took up
equipped laboratory under th«
Postmaster John F. Miller and, son
through town Wednesday, enroute to; structors of Oregon revolt at the one of the coins und asked him whin
direction of a sci ntitt and expert
seed t citer removes, all guess work.
W. H. Venable and Ray Offenbacher
the fair at Medford.
scheme. They realize that Single it was. The polite hero snatched It
When buying I ally’s seeds, you buy
increased crops. Send for catalog.
were Wednesday visitors at the Med-
Mrs. C. E. Howey and children and Tax spells state ownership, and while
Tho Chas. H. Lilly Co., Seattle
Miss Louise Ensele spent Sunday ' personally they might be a little the to the impression, exclaimed. "C'est
Medford motored to Jacksonville Mon
Mrs. C. D. Stout attended the Med-
evening in Medford.
The annoyance caused by this Inei
ultimately the taxes will be just as
ford Fair and Pear show Thursday
County Judge J. R. Neil was a mem- high or higher, for precisely the same dent ruffled him so much that he made
i ber of the party who escorted the sum as before will have to be raised. a misdeal. The party begged him to
legal business in town the beginning
Contractor Fred J. Fick made re-
I scientists on their excursion to Crater ( Willard W. Austen, County School try again, and he did so with the same
of the week.
I Lake this week,
Superintendent of Grant County, who result His countenance then display
pairs on the Beekman Bank building i
James M. Cronemiller and wife were i
ed the rages of convulsive fury, nnd OREGON and WASHINGTON
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ulrich left [ lives at Hamilton, Oregon, is but one bis anger was not appeased until the
among the Jacksonville people in Med- i
Wednesday for a few days stay in
Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Collins and ford Sunday.
presses himself on the subject. “I house had been searched for old cards
Portland, going from there to Pendle- am now and have always been strong which could be more easily dealt
family were spectators at the Medford
A Directory of each City, Town and
Mrs. F. M. Calkins accompanied her | ton to attend the Round-up.
Village, giving descriptive sketch of
Meantime the unhappy Count l.ns
each place, location, population, tele*
husband. Judge Calkins to the county
The American Bonding Co. of Balti ! comments County School Superintend Cases, his only attendant, was ordered
graph, shipping and banking point;
Attorney H. S. Wilson of Portland seat Monday.
to sit down at a spare table to piny
also Classified Directory, compiled by
more will go on your bond and write ent Austen.
was transacting legal business at the j
business and profession.
the cards aloue until they should run
Misses Nelson and Johasor. were in burglary insurance.
court house Friday.
R. L. POLK A CO., SEATTLE
Medford Sunday afternoon, attending
D. W. B agshaw . Agent.
John Matney and John Swartzfager |
Louis Philippe showed equal regard
ACTION PLEASES NEWSPAPER.
the band concert.
■ | Mrs. n
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for the coin Hint bore his name Ik
of Applegate took in the sights at the
Mrs. G. E. Neuber and daughter, Cal • , is
•..□ .. j . to deliver
dropped a louis on the carpet whin
Medford fair Thursday.
Miss Laura, and Mrs. R. B. Dow Were dress on “Equal Suffrage,” here Fri
playing whist nnd arrested the prog
Chas. Nickel of Medford, the veteran at Medford Sunday.
cently had fills to say, following the ress of the game to look for IL where
newspaper man, transacted business at
action of the Josephine County upon a foreign ambassador who was
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Gallup, MÌ83
Ralph Jennings of Applegate was Grange In condemning the proposed one of the party set tire to a billet or
the county seat recently,
Lillian Hanson and T. W. Fulton were deputized to take four prisoners from Single Tax measure: “The action of 1,000 francs to give light to the king
Mr. and Mr. Hany Luy attended I at Medford Saturday evening.
promptly obtained li ’ill countries on no fee .
the county jail to the state peniten the State Grange In condemning the under the tabla
TRADE-MARKS, t'av aUklid < upyiiglitaregia-
the “Made in Medford Day” celebra
Istered. s<-nd bket-h. Molici or Photo, tor
proposed Single Tax bill will go a
FREE REPORT oil pntelililbillty. Patentpract-
tion in that city Thursday.
|<e sul naively baf .K I i EFERERCES.
the Misses Neil, enjoyed a few hours indeterminate sentences ■ of from one long way to putting an end to that
Mend 2 «•ent a In MMups for Invaluable bonk
Miss Margaret Holmes of Central stay at Medford Saturday evening.
on /«OW TO OBTAIN Mil«! SELL PATENTS,
to seven years.
Which ones will )>;iv. ll -w to get a partner,
owner who understands the Single stage very nearly u fourth of It line to
Point was a guest at the home of Mr.
patent law nnd other vai tushie Information.
John Schump. who is in charge of a
L. A. Rose, a pioneer resident of Tax 'scheme will be foolish enough lie omitted, for. although it h the short
and Mrs. Fred J. Fick, Saturday.
number of race horses at the Valley Phoenix was transacting business nt to vote for a measure, the real pur est of the tmgedlw». It would tukr
H. L. DeArmond of the firm of De Fair, spent Tuesday in Jacksonville.
the court house this week, Mr. Rose pose of which is to destroy all pri fully three Uoiim to rend It out ‘uim
Armond & DeArmond, lawyers was at!
303 Seventh St, Washington, 0. C
without gabbling. “Hairnet Ihlla rem
was accompanied by his daughters, vate ownership in land."
the court house Tuesday morning.
would take nearly two lioura iimre
relatives in Grants Pass, returned to | Mrs. Joe Rader of Phoenix, and Mrs.
and tills aeeuix to bear out lilt- <<u,
It’yon are a hoa-ewite you eannet reason
The petit jury serving at the present tj,e hon)e of her sister, Mrs. Fred J. E. L. Taylor of Medford.
ably hope to be hea.ihy oriieauuful b/wanl.- teution of Swinburne, among other.,
term of circuit court having completed I Flck
r 1C.< last
State Fire Warden Guy Harper iwy dishes, sweeping and doing houMWork that much of tne piny. ami. lii<l.-.-<l
its labors was discharged Tuesday.
Misses Fay Sears, Ona and Eva made a business trip to Medford Thurs all day, and crawling into bed dead tired at »f other tragedies, wan written I)'
Herman and Fritz Offenbacher of Humphrey, Lewis Ulrich and wife, day. Although a majority of the fire night.* You must ge-out into the open air Shakespeare fur the studi and u«e.
Applegate passed through Jacksonville Otis Murray’ and Frank Coleman pic- wardens have been called In, Mr. and sunlight. If you do tl.j every day and for the stage. A six or seven 110110
keep your stomach and bowels in good order
Thursday on their way to Medford.
Harper has been retained to serve un by taking Chamberlain’s Tablets when need performance must lune been too niu. l
niced at Palmer creek Sunday.
Doctor Reuter of The Dalles Oregon,
I, you should become both healthy and even for nu audience of Elizabeth >
The work of.painting and decorating tii the rainy season puts an end to tile jeautiful.
spacious times.- laniduii Graphic.
For sale by al! den’are.
is in Jacksonville visiting his mother, the interior of the post office has been danger of foreSt fires.
Mrs. Christina Reuter for a few days. completed and it now presents a very
W. R. Garrett, the Buheom post
M. M. Taylor, Don Cameron, Ries neat and attractive appearance.
master made a business trip to Jack
Chapman and Lewis Ulrich autoed to
Benj. M. Collins. Dave Cronemiller,
Applegate on a fishing excursion Mon Cale Springer and Fred Owens w<.re also road supervisor in his district is
out after doves Sunday. Their bag putting in a 4 foot tube on the ea.it
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Trefren, who for the day was within the limits of I side of the Cameron bridge across the
have been visiting relatives in this city the law.
I Applegate river, this week.
left Wednesday for tneir home at FOR SALE—155 acres of land cheap,
Among the Jacksonville people who
6 miles from Jacksonville, on stage witnessed the Fair parade at Medford
N. W. Bethel, a representative of
road, 1 mile from Ruch. For in Thursday evening were: T. T. Shaw
the Twohy Bros. Co., and Attorney E.
formation call at the Lyden House, and wife, County Clerk Coleman and
wife, Sheriff Jones and wife, County
E. Kelly were transacting business in
Treasurer Cronemiller and wife, Chrir
Miss Katharine Chapman has had a Ulrich and wife, Sam DeRoboam nni'
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Mullen, their residence built on her property on east
wife. Chris Keegan and wife, G. E.
daughters. Misses Ella and Lilly, and California street, where she will make
Mr. Mullen’s niece. Miss Alfretta her home. The building was erected Neuber und wife, Merdames Dunning-
ten, Norris. Deneff, Rose, Thompson.
Fisher spent Saturday evening in Med by C. F. Hoefs.
Dow, Cook, Miller, Taylor, Hanna,
Sid M. Nichol, formerly in the grocery Misses Laura Neuber, Flo Thompson,
8. C. Whittingtm and wife were at business at this place was shaking Lelia Prim. Nell McIntyre, Fleta Ul
The Owners have no idea of selling to the Bell Telephone Monopoly or any
Medford Sunday, the guests of Mr. hands with Jacksonville friends the rich, Mary Bagshaw, Louise Ensele,
and Mrs. E. C. Hogsett. Incidently beginning of the week. Mr. Nichol Messrs. Ries Chapman, Charles Dun
one else but intends to maintain it for the parpj’e of givinj th3 people of
they took in the band concert at the and family expect to make their home ford, W. G. Caudill, W. P. Bailey and
the Rogue River Valley the best telephone service known.
park Sunday afternoon.
here In the near future.
Rev. R. A. Gray, formerly Method WANTED The Cosmopolitan Group
Geo. Cramer. P. G. Withington,
Mose Barksdull, Walt Dudley, W, ists Episcopal pastor of this city but
requires the services of a represent
Lawlor, Geo. Carson and Bob Dow now located at Canyonville, was in
ative in Jacksonville and surrounding
were hunting at Steamboat the begin Jacksonville for a short time this week
territory, to look after subscription
ning of the week. On the return trip leaving here to attend the Methodist
renewals and to extend circulation
a 1 uek, dazzled by the head lights of conference now being held at Ashland.
by special methods which have prov
the auto was discovered standing in
Frank Coleman left Thursday even
ed unusually successful. Salary and I
the middle of the road. As Bob Dow ing for Portland where he will spend a
whs reposing peacefully on the fire- few days, leaving that city in time for
desirable but not essential. Whole [
si ms of the party in unsuccessful at , the Pendleton Round-vp. He expects
time or spire time. Address, with
tempt wai made to run the animal 1 tn return in company with E W.
reference«. f’harles C. Schwer. The
down with the ma'hine, the buck i Wilson, who played ball with . eiidK*
Cosmopolitan Group, 381, Fourth
promptly taking to the tall timber.
| ton this season.
Ave., New York City.
d . swir■ r & co.
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