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Miss Mabel Henry was in Medford
R. R. Murter of Eagle Point, was in
THE SCHOOL ELECTION
James Owens of Wimer was in town
A. S. Kleinbamnier M Bmjcom was
Judge DÖX was at Medford' Sunday, w'ednes.la?
‘all the very'jf
OaklamCalif., June 14.- The only
in town Wednesday.
Will be Held Monday, June 16 j stretch o®levated railroad west of
latent ani most up-to-date de
Harley Hall of Buncom was in town
E. H. Helms was a visitor at Med-
E. E. Kelly of Medford was at the
signs and sKaaes, at prices ’ll
Monday. r ,,
AH Interested in the Welfare i Chicago ¿being built in California, at
court house Monday.
that will apnfeal to you. Make I »
the Oaklid terminal of the Southern
E. F. Guthrie was a recent visitor at
Mrs. L. I. Brown was a recent visi-
T. W. Fulton was a visitor at Mee-
your selection while the stock I
i Pacific onpany. It is to accomodate
of Schools Should Attend
tor at Medford.
ford, Saturday evening.
J the nunfous suburban electric trains
is complete. Headquarters for |
Charles Ellis was a Sunday visitor at
that pas«t that point with passengers
Io the Editor:
| betweefihe east bay cities and San All Kinds of Paints, Oils,
in town Monday.
relatives in this city Friday.
Pat Swayne of Buncom was in town
May I call your attention to the fact Francis»-
Brushes, Glass, Etc.
that there is no more important day in I The ils will Be carried on a double
Medford Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. G. E. Neuber was over at Med i New potatoes and home grown peas
Mrs George Barnum visited friends i cerned, than the Annual School Meet-1 jng fok distance of 3844 feet, or about
To brighten up your dingy old
are now in market.
at Medford Thursday afternoon.
Joseph Applebaker was a recent vis
-"I • ’ ■ • ’ .
Milk Shakes, at Chapman’s
gins tidimb at the foot of Twentieth
itor at Medford.
any form of government about what streetr> the present right of way, en-
I acting business in town Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harper were at Chocolate Corner.
A number of Central Point people they deniand, and if only three or four teringje new Sixteenth street depot
Mrs. Ellen J. Kubli of thi s city was
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people attend the Annual School Meet on thesecond floor. Here suburban
were at the court house Tuesday.
Mifs Issie McCully was a visitor at at Medford Saturday.
W. J. Rodgers of Antioch transacted
D. Force of Grants Pass was in town
ing. School officers and teachers be ling »th those for main line trains.
business in this city Wednesday.
come discouraged and, as a conse- Leav«g the depot, the elevation is
F. H. Green of Ruch was a recent
J. M. Long, an attorney of Portland,
visitor in this city.
quence, poor results follow.
mainlined, the track parallelling the
May I ask you to publish an editori- steal train tracks and allowing* the
Judge Prim was a business visitor at was in this city Tuesday,
Fred Lewis and Nick Mitchell of this al calling attention especially to the freiy trains to pass underneath at El-
M. R. Buck of the Applegate valley
city were visitors at Medford Sunday. Annual School Meeting, and asking eve»h street to the railroad yards,
The Commercial club held a meeting was in this city Saturday.
Ira Kime of Griffin creek was trans that the whole population go to the , Thrsurface is again reached at the
Mrs. Keegan and Miss Nellie Mein-
acting business in this city Saturday. schoolhouse, look into conditions and | foopf Ninth street.
Judge J. R. Neil was a visitor at tire were fit Medford Tuesday.
C. C. Simmons, a miner from the make plans for the year? I find that
Tese changes are made to prevent
J. C. F. Harrington spent the week
Blue Ledge country was in town this some districts have much better schools coitestion, for the traffic out of the
Spsnkinjb-wiil not cure children of
Mrs. P. A. Hines of Salem, is visi at the Rose Festival in Portland.
than others, although they spend but Oaland terminal is very heavy. wetting tKb bed! because it is not a
Frank Silva of Buncom was transac
ting friends in this city.
M. C. Womack reports the sale of little, if any more, money. It is not St>et cars and teams will cross under habit but a dangerous disease. The
business in this oity Monday.
J. W. Myers of Central Point, was a
several mining claims in Josephine all a question of expenditure; it is a th overhead tracks in going to aad C. H. Rowan Drug Co., Dept. 1475,
John Byrne of Watkins was transact Connty.
question of looking after things and j fr(n the Oakland municipal wharves
recent visitor in this city.
Chicago, Iil., have discovered V
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Stout of Med ing business in this city Thursday.
Superintendent and Mrs. J. Persy having the right kind of co-operation. onhe western front, steel viaducts
Misses Mildred and Nina Neil of Ea Wells were at Medford Wednesday af Members of the School Board of the ha»ng been erected to allow ample strictly harmless remedy for this
ford were in this city Tuesday.
State receive no pay, and are very clarance over tracks and streets.
¡distrssing disease and to make
Medford’s Lodge of Moose, will pic gle Point were in town Thursday.
seldom thanked for what they do.
)our tracks will carry passenger known its merits they will send a 50c.
nic at Rogue River tomorrow.
L. L. Oden, a pioneer of Jackson
A few schools last year made much trffic between the Sixteenth street
county, died at his home near Wimer i of the Annual School Meeting Day; ! d$ot and the Mole, two for electric , package securely wrapped and pre
Misses Amanda Helms and Mollie Mrs. Hines to Medford Wednesday.
P. H. Daily of Medford was a busi- Mobday, aged 85 years.
Britt were at Medford recently.
j took time to look over their property, I lies only and two for through and Io paid Absolutely Free to any reader
Lewis Baker left Monday evening suggest
improvements, and plan for I c» steam trains. It is said that these of The Jacksonville Post. This re
Rudolf Haeckel of San Francisco. I ness visitor in this city Saturday after
I for Portland, in response to a telegram | j the future. In each of those districts ' failities will greatly expedite the medy also cures frequent desire to
was a recent visitor in the valley.
Mrs. Mattie Thompson left Monday ’ from his folks at that city.
conditions improved at once. I am 1 hrdling of ferry traffic during excur-
D. P. Lewis of Portland was calling
urinate and inability to control urine
a short visit with friends in Eu
on his customers here this week.
Frank Cameron and -I. F. Crump of | sure a man or womart who attends the | sons and celebrations, ■and, in partieu-
the night or day in old or
the Applegate valley were business Annual School Meeting and does his Ir, during the Panama-Paefic Inter-
Frank Gagnon of Medford was a
The C. H. Rowan Drug Co.
visitors in this city Saturday.
business visitor in this city recently.
days visit to Portland and other points
Reliable House, write to
Samuel Goodman, a mining man of
H. D. Mills, the Butte Falls lumber of interest.
I ' I assure you that your co-operation i Chi-Namel for staining your ol
for the free medicine.
man was a receut visitor in this city.
¡furniture. At Fred J. Fick’s.—Adv.
Mrs. H. K. Hanna and Mrs. Alice matters in this city, Monday forenoon. ! in this matter will be appreciated.
members of your
Teachers’ examinations are adver Ulrich were visitors at Medford, Satur
Very sincerely yours,
The American Bonding Co. of Balti
tised to be held in this city next week. day evening.
L. R. ALDERMAN,
Causes of Stomach Troubles.
more will go on your .bond and write
Postmaster Garrett of Buncom, was
John Walters of Medford, was trans burglary insurance.
transacting business in this city Mon acting legal business in this city, Mon
jiBufficient mastication of food, constipation |
D. W. B agshaw . Agent.
;,torpid liver, worry and anxiety, overeating
' .artaktng of food and drink not suited to |
- Dr. R. E. Golden left for Portland
A. E. Reames and B. F. Mulkey of
our age and occupation. Correct your I Money to loan ot improved, revenu
Prior Eaton of Forest creek was ■’Tuesday evening as a representative
Jabits and take Chamberlain’s Tablets am1 producing farm», by the Uank of
Medford were county seat visitors this transacting business in this city Tues
from Warren Lodge, to the Grand j
you will soon be well again. For sale by
Lodge A. F. & A. M.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Dow, have
New Submarine boat stays
B. R. McCabe, the Medford attorney
Miss Amalia Britt went to Portland :
moved to the Cantrail place on Third was attending to business at the court
Sunday. She attended the meeting of 1 der water more than 31 hours.
the Grand Chapter O. E. S. as a repre
W. W. Truax a merchant of
The alleged “anarchist with bombs” sentative from the lodge in this city.
Hill, was transacting bnsiness
j at Medford last Saturday night, turned
Long Beach, Cal., June 11,— At noon,
| out to be a fake.
cree of divorce from her husband' today the Cage submarine, the inven-l
Mrs. T. W. Fulton and Mrs. H. C.
m . Cage
of Long Beach j
Gillup were at Medford Wednesday thejr daughter, Mrs. B. E. Haney, , at George W. Morine, by the circuit court' tion
of Klamath county. Both parties for-' holds a new world
_ J’s n.cord for submer
Twenty-five Instructors—Fifty [Courses
merly resided in this county.
__ _ having ' been under the water
Herbert Cole, manager of the Cole- ■ Jasten Hartman who had been on a
Eastern Educators Added to Regular Faculty.
A telegram was received Tuesday 1 ^or ^1 hours. The previous record of
springs was in this city ' business excursion to Kalamath Falls
University Dormitories open. Board and Room at $3.50 per week.
b z Judge Prim announcing the death I
hours was made by the United Stater]
Octi pus at Narragansett % Reduced Railroad Rates. For Complete Illustrated Catalog. Ad» res»
ot' his mother Mrs. P. P. Prim, at Chi- I submarine
Mrs. C. C. Beekman and daughter
Mrs. Fred Colvig, accompanied by
Pier, R. L, in 1907.
Misa Carrie, visited friends at Medford Mrs H. K. Hanna, drove to Medford cago, Monday. Funeral will be held
Word came from the boat this morn $
that everything is in good shap?
W. J. Boosey who had been adjudged
Fletcher Stout, of the City Drug
> and it is expected the boat will staf
University of Oregon, Eugene
Tom Dunnington, Bob Finney and j down until 5 o’clock this afternoon, aS
insane, was taken to the State asylum Store, left Saturday evening for a
■ -- visit,
■ - - to Portland.
i | short
originally planned, making a record »f
fishing excursion to Squaw Lake, re- (
Eugene F. Rockafellow, a former
Z. T. Wilson of Hoquiam, Wash. turned Sunday evening. They had fine I 36 hours.
resident of this county died at Sisson, ! I proposes to build a cannery of 10,000
Guy V. Hoo; engarner, business mar-
sport and brought in a goodly number ; ager of the submarine boat compi ny
daily capacity, at Medford.
of fine fish.
| and a former t iegraph operator, has
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Hanna attended
Help Fight the
The annua) re-union of the Oregon
Miss Maud Newbury, formerly of been constantly at the wire which con
the matinee at Page theatre, Medford Pioneer Association will be hell at
this city was one of the two graduates nects the boat with the Postal Tele
Portland, Thursday, June 19.
at the commencement exercises at St. graph company's Los Angeles office,
J. Percy Wells attended the meeting
Miss Stella Levy of this city is visi- Mary’s -academy, Medford, Mun lay keeping in touch with the upper world
of the Normal School Alumni, at Ash t:ng her sister Mrs.Ma giy at Portlanl.
evening. Miss Irene Sullivan was the and sending hundreds of message s fr- m
land Monday evening.
She expects to remain several weeks.
Citizens of the state are urged to inform th jmselves regarding
the bottom of the sea to all parts of
Lewis Plymale of Portland, a form
Mrs. E. Moore left Wednesday eve
this plague which is c:iu »ing gre it sufferin ’ a:n >'ig boys and young
James Lowden, an aged resident of
er resident of this city, visited friends ning for Portland to join her husband
men, and eipecialiy aino ig the inn i -eut girls an I women ot the st«te.
are urged to protect their chil lrmi, an I provide clean, whole-
in the valley this week.
who has secured employment near that
» »me information in place of the unclean misiufor n ition they C Alili it
Mrs. Sarah Cantral has moved from , city.
FALSE STATEMENTS BARRED
now help getting.
Wars of 1855-6 and has just been j
the farm on Applegate, to her house
Dick Chappel, who has been engaged awarded $100. in payment for a horre I
Send for any of the following
on third stieet in this city.
I in painting Luke Ryan’s farm house
used in that service.
A number of persons from this city near Eagle Point, returned home Sat-
I Ad Passed by La t
F >r You ng Me
Orley Rush a young man of Ashland
attended the ‘Doll Shop” at Page urday evening.
Circular .Vo. 2 — The Four Sex Lies.
Reads as Follows:
theatre, Medford, last night.
Theodore Book died Wednesday at was drowned in the Rogue river near
Circular .Ve 9 Sex Triths for Men.
Money to loan on improved, reteiue Medford, aged 85 years. Funeral was
For Older Boyj (lito u yr-, of age)
producing Idini'i, by the Lank oi held Friday morning. Interment
in and his lather went to the assistance
Section 1. Any person who shall
Circular .V j . 8 — Virility and Physical Develop nsnt.
wilfully and maliciously circulate and
to get them to land was drowned.
C. M. Ruch and bride left Wednes
transmit to any person or persons any
Deputy Sheriff E. M Wilson, was at false statement, rumor or suggestion,
Circular .Vo 7 The Secret of S rength.
lot on Oregon street, near City Hail.
day evening for Portland where they
Must be sold soon. Call on Rogue Portland this week attending a meet written or oral, which is directly or by
will spend their honeymoon.
ing of the St.ce board of accountancy inference derogatory to the financial
Circular No J —A Plain Talk with Girls Ab ».it r.ij'.r Hsalth.
River Realty 'So.
Judge TouVelle has granted pensions
in order to gain information regarding standing or reputation of any bank,
The rain which fell Saturday night the propose 1 system of uniloim ac
For Youn^ Women
to nine of the widows making applica
. nd Sunday improved the appearance countancy Soon to be installed in the banking institution, or trust company
Circular No. fit-Physic.nl Develop n - it, Vl.irri igj ail M-»therh>>d.
tions and is considering others.
vning business in this State, or wlo
Judge Calkins has decided that Jack- 1 < f gardens, etc. but did nut imrove the various county offices.
I shall counsel, aid, procure or induce an-
Circular No. / — The Nee I for E I js iti >n
son County is without authority to le quality of ihe alfafa hay lying in the
In ano'her column appears the state- 1 "ther to start such false statement, ru
Circular No 'i When and How t» Tell th-- Chillr -n
vy ur collect road taxes in Ashland.
ment of the Bank of Jacksonville, at ! mor or suggestion shall be guilty of a
Circular No. 5 A List of Books fir Uu in tie Fa oily m Sex.
W 1) G. Steel of Portland has been the close of business June 4, which i misdemeanor and upon conviction
Wah Lung, the wellknown Chinaman
from Ashland, was attending to busi a| pointed Superintendent of Cratei shows cash on hand and due from ap- . thereof shall be punished by imprison
ness matters at the court house, Mon Lake National Park. The appointment >rov d reserve banks a total of $14,130. , ment in the county
for _ a period
---- ., juil __
will meet the hearty apprival of most 10 which is over 35 per cent of the total not less than one month, or by y a fine
Miss Louise Jones of the telephone persons in this region.
eposits and indicates that the business of not less than $250 nor more than
exchange left Monday evening for
$590, or by both such fine and imprison
The Stanton Griffis residence on the i conducted upon conservative lines.
Portland where she will attend the Kenley & Con >or ranch southwest o'
Medford was deitroyed by fire Tuer-
A Min Must Rubber’
Miss Mollie Barker of Sacramento, d. y afternoon. Loss about $2500 c»v-
Calif., who has been visiting her sis red by $1500 insurance.
ter, Mrs. W. P. Bailey, of this city, re
Miss Flora Thompso» was one of tie
Washin’to >, June 11. —“Ail men are
turned to her home Sunday.
ucceasful cc.n eitants in the voting | rubbernecks, ” wns th>- variation from HUSS-LANSING —At the Catholic |
chapel, in Medford, Ort gun, Tliuis-
The David tract, containing 16201 contest just closed. She had the sec the scriptural saw sprung by Chief of
day morning June 12, 1913, by Rev
acres of land near Talent has been ond highest number of votes in the en- Police Peterson, of Oakland, Cal., here
O'Neil; William lluss of Austin. Minn
platted in small tracts and will be of tre county a id was awarded a Ster i g today on the police chiefs' convention
and Miss Irene Laming, of Medford.
fered for sale to small investors.
wnen a discussion of styles of women’s
John Brownsworth of Rogue River
RUCH-BOYLAN-At Medford, Wed
Judgin’from the figures given it
brought the skirs of four coyotes and th-■ statement appearing in this paper, out the tango and the turkey trot carne
nesday June 11. 1913, by Father
one bobest to the court house Tuesday Mr. Beekman finds it hard todiscontin- up.
O’Neil; Casper M. Ruch and Miss
“ Any n rmat man,” said Petersen,
and received the usual bounty for kil ue the banking business. Almost a
ling the animals.
year ago Mr. Beekman gave public no “would look around and rubber when
i r. E. Wickstrom passed through tice of his desire to close up the busi he saw women wearing die-ises chopped
Would be pleased to ¡id y) ir w ints in
tvwn enroute to the Sterling mine with ness and sent notices to that effect to off at the a:.kies and the neck, split up
Bojslir g fur Eugene’» r> Se show tl.e
this line at prices that are uncom
hi.- saw mill which he sold to the Sterl- many of his depositors; not.vitlistund- to the knots and f.titg like a glove.”
Guard says no Jity can boast of more
ii g nining Co. The mill will be placed ing this, the statement pubi shed to
beautiful roses than Euginr, and the
i:. operation for the comoany on the day shows deposit4 of more than sev
spirit that backs the annual show is
Sick headache is “aiawd by a Jit .rderc-
T: ask land on Little Applegate and will enty-six thoi.’Snl dollars and cas'i on »lomach.
the kind that makes cities out of vil
Take CnariSierlaiu s TabiUr a
cut lumber to repair ti.e flumes on the hand and due from reserve ba i..a 71, correct that and the hcadcchte will diaa; lages. Wherefore the Guard exclaims,
pear. For sale by all dea ..a
“All honor to the rose spirit!”
Fred J. Fick’s
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