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rigs ana a raiace.
•ruiige 1 rim made a professional vie- ; trains 18 and 20, known as Portland-
Fresh brea I all the time, pi.-s ani
Klug Charles of Roumauia made
it to Medfcrd Thursday.
Ashland locals, and the change of No.
many changes in his Balkan kingdom cakes to order at Chapman* Cb.icola.te
D- Mills of Butte Falls, v^as a re i 14, which now strives at Mectfprtl...st
since be arrived there in -Utok! after au Cucrw^ .
cent visitor in this city.
5:30 in the evening, will hereafter ar
adventurous journey in disguise from
of Lewis JJlrich.
Germany. Notable among them are
E. M. t)art of Sterling was a
Mrs. G. E. Neuber was a visitor at rive at 8:30 in the morning.
visitor Me lford Thursday afternoon.
the changes In the capital and the
in town WednefHSJ’.’
royal paluce. When he made his tri Big Surprise to Many
Lei. W. Trefren, Esq. was transact Conserving Co. met Saturday evening
umphal entry ns the country's new
Th» U. S. Hotel is to have a new
and selected the following named per
ing business in this citv Monday.
prince the carriage reached a house
roof tn the near future.
By DON/XLD CHAMBERLIN
before which a guard of honor was
Local people are surprised at the
Felix Cimborski of Buncom was in
viz: President, P. S. Bandy; Vice Pres
stationed, “Wlmt house is that?" he QUICK results received fr< m simpl ■
was a recent visitor in this city.
town several days this week,
ident, George Launspach; Secretary-
asked. “That is the palace," replied buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., is
Dr. O. Ni Nelson, the insurance map Treasurer, William H. Johnson. We
General Goleski. The prince, think- mixed in Adler i ka, the German tern
E; D. Briggs of Ashland was a re-
was otter from Medford Thursday.
bent business Visitor in this city.
understand that the directors have flavor. After dinner this same “every Ing be had misunderstood him, said, edv which became famous by curing
"Where is the palace?" And the gen-
P. F. Swayne of Watkihs, was trans Superintendent and Mrs. J. Percy leased the old brewer« building on Cal body" devotes himself to pleasure. Ed eral was so embarrassed that he could apperdicitis. The City Drug Store
Wells were recent victors at Ashland. ifornia street and are repairing and re- ward Fawning, an American, and his
acting business in this city Friday.
only point silently to the one storied states that this simple remedy draws
I'. E. Watson and O. L. Long of Ash taodelling it to meet the requirements bride were in tills city of Joyful ad bulldiug. The principal feature of the off such h surprising amount of old
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Hanna were vis
ventures and were dining at a cafe ou
land were visitors in this city Satur of the business of the concern.
itors at Medford Saturday evening.
| Rue Rivoli. They iiad both heard of view from the wiudows ou one side foul matter from the body that A
j the view of life to be had in Paris was a gypsy encampment, with swine SINGLE DOSE rel ¡eves sour stomach,
C. B. Howard of Ruch was attend
aud had come there to witness it, hav wallowing iu the main road before gas on the stomach and constipation
REPORT OF FAIR
ing to business affairs in town Tuesday.
ing agreed that they would do bo to the palace.
drove over in her auto Tuesday eve
Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Neil of Eagle ning.
gether, the husband not going any
Sir Francis Drake Still a Terror.
Point, were visitors in this city Thurs
where that he could not take his wife.
No public monument is needed to
Sam Sancry, a deputy game warden By a High School Student Sup
But they did not know where to go.
of Rogue River was a recent visitor in
What is the use of being in a city keep alive among Mexicans the mem
George M. Love of Beulah, Harney this city.
plements Report in Anoth
where strange sights are to be seen ory of Sir Francis Drake’s exploits OREGON and WASHINGTON
county, was in town several days this
without knowing where they ure, what in Central and South America. Trav
Miss Flossie Dunford visited her sis
they are or how to get to them? Then, eling In Mexico a few years ago Mr.
ter. Mrs. S. B. Simmons at Medford,
dinner finished, they were ready to go Edward Smith records that he "heard ■ A Directory of each City, Town and
Are you a subscriber to the Post? Wednesday.
I forth to take a peep at this gay city, a woman cnlmlng a tempestuous child ■
You need the paper and we need the
Village, giving descriptive sketch of
A report of the school fair written by but they still sat over their wine, for by saying. ‘Ahl viene Drake!’ (Here ■ each
Frank Mengoz, a miner of Watkins
place, location, population, tele
was a business visitor in this city first a High School Student was handed in they had no guide. A man sat at a comes Drake!) I made minute inqui fl graph, shipping and banking point;
Directory, compiled by
Deputy Sheriff, E. W. Wilson made a of the week.
Friday afternoon after the report given table near by. and Fawning, who spoke ries and found that it is a common ■ business and pqqfesslon.
business visit to Medford Saturday
WtR. L. FOLK $ CO-. flVA'wrije
Andrew Jeldness, a miner from the in another column was in type. The
"Monsieur, my wife and I are Ameri coast, like unto ‘Bony will get you!’ or
Blue Ledga district was in town a short first part of the Student’s report was cans who have come to Paris to see ‘The Black Douglas shall get you !’
almost identical with our own but it
E. A. Hildreth of Butte Falls was time Tuesday.
' wlmt Is to be seen, keeping within Fancy people still living in terror of
contained the following which our ac I the bounds of wlmt a lady may wit seeing Drake's topsails on the hori-
transacting business at the court house
count did not give:
OVER 66 YEARS*
ness. Cun you tell us of some of the zon.”—London Chronicle.
State Fair have been awarded four
The afternoon was taken up by the places of Interest and how to get to
Mrs. A. Poole entertained a number prizes for corn.
address, by G. A. Briscoe of Ashland, them.”
df lady ffieiidS at her hbme Thursday
J. G. Martin of Medford was a busi and the atheletic sp >rts. These sports
"Everything that is lovely reminds
“Would monsieur lfkg a guide?”
ness visitor at the court house Sature consisted of foot rae 3S, jumping etc.,
me of you," he fervently declared.
Thè County Court was in session for day afternoon.
"It Is nice of you to say that.” she
"Then I am at your service.”
but the competition was not very keen.
the transaction of county business;
A bargain was struck wherein Fawn replied. "1 hope you see a great many
T raoz M arks
Bullis & Son, has been moved to their
100 yd. dash (all under 20 yrs.) GL*n ing should pay 50 francs, or $10, and
"1 wish I did. but this is such a
tile stranger should show them where
W. R. Garrett; postrhastdr at Bun- mine ut Sterling.
opyrights A c .
dreary, dismal place, don’t you know ”
Anyone sending a sketch and description may
com, was transacting business in this
50 yd. dash (all under 14 yrs.) Pd il three entered, the stranger directing —Chicago Record-Hera Id.
Ray Bunch afid family have moved
quickly ascertum our opinion true whether an
invention is probably patentable. Communica
the coachman where to drive.
into the Armstrong house, near the Jennings.
tions strictly conttdentinl. HANDBOOK on Patente
sent free. Oldest agency fdr net uruig patents.
, Miss Irene Plotner, teacher of the Presbyterian church.
Sack race Richard Singler.
“Are you a professional guide?" ask
Patents taken throiiL’b Munn & Co. receive
fpecial notice, without cbarue, in the
ed Fawning as they rolled along.
“Doctor, how can 1 prevent my hus-
public school at Buncom, was a visitor
G. C. McAllister, an attorney of Ash
in this city Saturday.
Potato pony face (1st rate) Lilan I
land, was transacting business at the
"Well, you might try giving him a
“I suppose you took pity on us,"
A handsomely llhistrated weekly, harvest dr,
JeBse Hamilton of Kelso, Washing court house Saturday.
few opportunities in the daytime.”—
culation of lent m ’ icihh I c journal. Terms
Potato pony race (2nd race) 1 Edwifi rejoined Fawning.
year: four n>< il I i - j tL Sold by all newsdealers.
ton, was tranacting business in this
“I go with you for company. I am Pittsburgh Post.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Chapman of Kubli and Hubert Brown tied.
I very alone in tlie World. 1 do not make
city Monday forenoon.
Antioch, were transacting business at
Branch Oo<- • •
F Ht.. Washington, D. C.
Match horse race (turning the pep) friends easily.”
Only to Be Expected.
Luke Ryan is painting and otherwise the court house Saturday.
"Wlmt is your regular buMfi«"»»?”
Tile Optimist—I bear Brownsmith Is
improving the appearane of his store
George M. Love and daughter, Miss ! Broad jump (all under 20 yrt.) I an
going to be married. The Pessimist-
“I am a surgeon.”
front on California street.
Agnes, left for their home at Beulah, ’ Bagehaw.
Both bride and groom looked suF Serves him right. I never did like
Prof. George A. Briscoe of Ashland, Harney county, Thursday,
Preparations are now under way for prised. A surgeon was not a limn to that fellow.—Lippincott’s.
delivered an interesting address at tl.e
Mrs. Will Hanna of Seattle, Wash- ! the school fair to be held next fall, and
school fair held here Saturday.
ington, who had been visiting Mrs. G. i from all indications it will rank far a- Besides, tile man did not lmve a pro
fessional cut. On the contrary, be was
Love inii.v be blind. But you never
The county court has a crew of men E. Neuber of this city, has returned I head of the one held last Saturday.
BEGINS it" forty-fifth «cliool year
putting in foundations for the additions home.
SEPTEMBLR 19. 1913.
“What is your name?” asked Fawn blossoms from sunflowers.—Cincinnati
t> be made to the court honse.
Col. j. b . Eddy, tax agent of the [ Jackson County Prize Winners ing.
DEGREE COURSES in many phasesof
El. OINCC R ING.
Attorneys Kelly. Mulkey and Mc Southern Pacific wa3 paying the com
“Call me monsieur. It would not do
E conomics . M inino . F orestry . com
Cabe, were transacting business at the pany’s taxes at the sheriff’s office
No <fmini«tnncpH enn permanently
for me to give you my name.”
merce , PHARMACY.
A. R. Chase, rural school supervise r
court house Saturday forenoon.
“I see. You, a surgeon, would not imprison :i detenu hied will.
two - year C ourses in agricul j
Wisdom <»nly opeha her doors to
Fred Davidson, a native of this coun Twenty-three babies were entered in '
H ome E conomics
M echanic ;
following list of names as prize winners been a guide. You need not fear for those who pay for admission.
ARTS. FORESTRY. COMMERCE. PHARMACY
ty, but now a resident.of Klamath Falls the baby show at the Ashlard industri
do not know a single person in
TEACHER'S COURSES in manual
was visiting friends in tne valley this al Fair held Friday and Saturday of at the state fair, Jackson county’s ex us; we But I can understand your
hibit attracted much attention and ma Pn rts.
training, agriculture, domestic scicucs
ny favorable comments were made
A (io'Ml 111V CH t ill C XX t.
strangers for n few hourB, especially
Mrs. H. C. Gallup, who had been vis-' Miss M B. Towne of Phoenix, re The prize winners are:
XV. D. Mngli. a well known merchant of MUSIC, including piano, string, bund
iting her daughter, Mrs. T. W. Fulton, 1 cently
underwent a succsssful surgical
instruments and vo^ce culture.
First prize on watermelon—Margaret since you say you are in need of com Whitemound, Wis., bought a ntock of Cham-
panionship. There is nothing so de berlain’s medicines so as to be able to supply
of this city, lias returned to her home , operation at the Granite City Hospital McDonough, Ashland.
A BEAUTIFUL BOOKLET entitled
pressing as loneliness.”
them to his customers. After receiving
at 'Butte Fulls.
L at Ashland.
“T hu E x MICHMKNT OK KURAl. LlFU”
First prize on field corn—Francis
“Besides, my professional work is them he was himself taken sick and my
and a C a T aloguk will be mailed free
Miss Lelia Prim who has been visi FOR SALE at a Bargain—House and Winn, Wellen.
ting friends at Hoquiam, Washington, | lot on Oregon street, near City Hall.
Second prize on onions—Carl Man-
"By no means. The severing of hu more to him than the cost of his entire stock
Address H. M. T uskas ?, Regiatrar,
foi<several months, has returned to
man limbs, to me, would be horrible." of
Must be sold soon Cal) on Rogue zerle, Rogue River.
these medicines. For s?le by ali dealers. (tw 7-15 to »-»)
They drew up to a building where —Ad v ertisemen t.
her borne in this city.
Second prize on darning stockings —
River Realty <Jo
The open season for killing quail be- j A car load of fat hogs was shipped Hazel Wiley Medford.
Third prize on cabbage—Margaret tohl them to go up to a gallery and he
gun We i’esduy and at early daylight from Central Point to Portland, Tues
would waft for them in tlie carriage
the repot of firearms were heard in day.
The porkers weighed 16,000
Fawning asked Idm to go with them,
Third prize on field corn— Henry Pace but lie said that It would not do for
the lulls Su>ruunoiog the town.
pounds and were valued at $1200.
Help Fight the
him to be seen. Fawning could not un
The American Bunding Co. of Balti
Mrs. Martha Thompson left Monday Talent.
more will go on your bond and write for Aberdeen, Washington, having re Third prize on onions—Edward John derstand where the companionship in
such a course came in. but acquiesced.
ceived a telegram notifying her that ston Gold Hill.
D. W. B agshaw . Agent.
her son Clay is seriously ill in a hospi Third prize on sweetcorn Elva Wol- Indeed, there was something about tlie
man that gave Mrs. Fawning a dread
Mrs. M. H. Roundtree, of Pacific tal at that place.
Eourth prize on canned fruit and veg of him. and she was pleased that he
Citizens of the state are urged to inform themselves regarding
Beach, Washington, a funner resident
Imd remained behind.
Lloyd Sparks shot and killed a fine etables—Leta Stevens Phoenix.
this plague which is can Ing great suffering among boys and young
especially among the inn »cent girls and women o the state.
of this city, arrived Sunday and is vis I buck about a mile from his father’s res-
Fourtn prizes on bread - Cleo Gilchrist
Parents are urged to protect their children, and provide clu i. whole
iting herdLUg iter, Mrs. Samuel Walsh. I idonee, early Friday morning. The of Gold Hili and Mildred Lynch Talent. hears so iniu li about seldom wine up |
some information in place of the unclean misinformation they cam» t
to the expectation. Mrs. Fawning was
The many lrieiids of Heiiry Pernull buck had seven prongs on one horn and
Fourth pr.ze dres3 and apron (hand not especially Interested In the dances. |
now help getting.
will be glad to know that “Jud” is five on the ulhet
made) — Katherine Howells Medford.
Send for any of the following
aud they did not remain long. Mon- I
making good with the San Francisco I Sheriff Singler returned Wednesday
sieur drove them to several other :
team to which he was recently trans- morning from Salem, where he had ta
sights, but they were not especially I
For Young Men
charmed. About 11 o’clock they atop- .
ken Mike Spanus and Frank Seymour
Circular No 2-The Four Sex Lies.
ped nt a restaurant and invited their ’
Another ch»nge in mercantile circles who were committed to the penitentia
guide to go in with them and drink a
Circular No 9 Sex Truths for Men.
was made Monday morning. Lewis ry until October 31.
bottle of champagne.
Older Boy.4 (13 to 18 yrs. of age)
Bros, sold the Meat Market to J no. G.
"There will be no need for you to
Mr. and Mrs. C. C Beekman, accom
Circular No. S—Virility and Physical D-val ■;> n mt.
Dumlington who will continue the busi
pay for the wine,” said monsieur. “1
panied by their daughter, Miss Carrie, by Joe Beeman, says the Sun
For Younger ¿toys
ness at the old stand.
esteem myself honored by having been
>eft Tuesday morning' for an outing at
Circular No. 7 The Secret of Strength.
admitted to your company. The fact is
A special election will be L-ld No San Francisco, aud other points south.
Joe Beeman of Gold Hill was in Med- that I must perform an operation in
vember 4th. for the adoption or rejec They expect to remain about a month.
lord Wednesday exhibiting a gold bar tlie morning, and I dislike to lie alone
Circular No. 4- A Plain Talk with Girls Ab >it f uir 11 tilth.
tion of five measures passed by the leg
Bert Armpriest cut his hand severe worth $700 taken from ore milled at In the meantime. 1 feel under great
islature, but which have been referred
ly with an axe Saturday, severing an the Lucky Bart mine on Sardine creek. obligation« to you for keeping my mind
to a vote of the people.
No IO-Physical Develop n.mt, Marri u - ï ail .M >t’i ?rh > > I.
artery. He was brought to town in The yield was from a few tons of oie, off my work.”
W. R. Coleman and family have
They entered the cafe, and the guide
moved.to Medfurd and Billy’s smiling I the afternoon anil Dr. Golden rendered and Joe says there is more of the same refused to take the fee offered him.
Circular No. 1-The Nse I for Eli: Pi > t
the necessary aid. At last accounts material where the $700 came from. saying that he only agreed to it think
countenance and cheery accents wilftie
Circular No. 3 When and How to T il th- 1
The mine is being worked every day, ing that Fawning would not accept
missed from old placet, unless he finds he is getting along nicely.
Circular No. S - A List of Books f >r IJs in t
A man named Lifer was brought ov
time to run over occasionly.
highly optimistic over the futi.re out yrere seated nt n table lie ordered a
Talent parties have let the contract er from Ashland by deputy sheriff D. put. The $790 was quite an attraction. supper and champagne. Fawning In
Send 2-cent stamp with your address to
sisted on paying the bill when It came,
for the erection of a block 70x90 feet D. Good and lodged in jail Tuesday eve
but It did not come. Finally Fawning
to bq built 111 that thriving burg. The j ning. Lifer is charged with entering a
State Bind of Health
i : room at the Depot Hotel, with intent
Fbo Bo« Me4icir^<n th' ’V *iiL
bu.ldlng will be used for mercantile
“My little girl ,rd dy ^ntcry • \.-y bad. I
purposes and is to be completed by De
nought she would die. Cliambei’ain’s Colic, pay for our supiier and go; miulatne Is
Frank Seymour and Mike Spanos if hoi era and Diarrhoea Remedy
•nd I can truthfully say that I think it is ths getting tired."
A statement of the receipts and dis Medio: d, who were convicted in the best
“In five minutes." retiirnc«! the other,
medicine in the world,” writes Mrs.
bursements of the Jackson County Fair circuit court of this county last winter, A illiarn Orvis, Clare, Mich. For eale by looking at a clock. "1 must go at 12
to prepare for my .operation.”
published in u Medfurd paper tins week of murder in the first degree and wl.o all dealers.—Advertisement.
"What—an operation so early In tlie
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shows rece pts to nave- been $3809.75 were brought back from Salem for sen
and iHsbursements $4171.21, a deficien tence Saturday, were sentenced to be
“The law prescribes the hour.”
hanged on October 31. The condemned
cy of almost $400. UO
Mrs. Fawning lis.ked nt her huslinnd
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ulrich accompa
uneasily. There was something about
this strange man that repelleil her But
nied by Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Hanna
Presbyterian Church.—Sunday morn
Once upon a time you bought a Hair Brush
left l'uesdav morning for the Hanna ing Worship at eleven o’clock. Bap it may concern that the firm of Ulrich she held her ground till midnight wh- n
ranch on Evans creek. The ladies will tism of children, reception of members, Bros, has this day been dissolved by monsieur, bidding them good night, de
"keep house” and Roy and Herbert ordinati >n and installation of Elders
"W.iltef. the bill!” said Fawning as
win chase the festive deer in that vi ! eiect, followed by Holly Communion.
now--it lacks back-bone
soon as their guide had gone.
A cordial invitation is exterded to all. ciuiing ali the book accounts and notes I "There is no bill.”
In the evening the Lon^rcgztion will
given to Shedding Hail’s. Fret tv near time
C rants Pass will vote October 18th
a tend ti e Methodist Cl.u ch, in honor the partnership debts.
o:. -n amendment to the city charter
Dated this 26th day of Sept. 1913
you thought about a new one.' 2uc. to $2.50
I Is free to him.”
al.uwing the borrowing of money and , of Rev. Rummeli’s farewell service.
L ewis U i . rk H
"Who Is Monsieur de Paris? Tie »«id
iaru.ince of bonds to the amount of $40 j , | A new time table will gainto effect
R oy U lrich
he was a surgeon.”
Uou. and defining the power of the on the Sout.er.i Pacific lu-morrow.
"A surgeon!’ Yea. he is a surgeon in
Orewonlcrs where th.a u so iiisii a specialty. He cuts off the heads of
the u rne of the ar
CujnCit to construct, operate and ma.n- Several change«
.. id public utilities, i.icnaiing railways, rival of the uioLOa bel Wetli Abhi; ad aud caled Cana iians'leer iei C> recognize I criminals.”
Mrs. Fawning shuddered. "Come,”
» ater systems, etc. witinn and witn- Grants Paes are made, but the pr.i Ci- i the game of draw poser that they said
she said; “let us get away at once."
pal alteration u the cutting out of t.Mr. Jerome was playing.
o.it the city.
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