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LUMBEH AND TIMBER.
nesM Etta Morcum leader. Sermon
7:30 subject: Emblems. All fraternal
Some-rain this week.
order people are urgently requested to Whst We Call BitrO» ar-Planks
English Call Davit.
A. Ik. Cornell of Mod ford yvaa in town „»».
attend this service. Every body wil-'
Among the dliTerem-es existing In
come. If you haven’t a church home the names ol various employment* and
Charles MitcFell was a recent visitor 'in town ,nuke *our,elf a‘ hon‘ü
with callings lu this country and in Eng
A Purh o< Gt .cicr*
National pm k is situated In
There ire . ouutries in which the exe
'cuTiofl or WtrttTim as witches is only a northern Mmitaun. 2<ii> miles northwest
thing of yesterday. The lust instance of Velloivstoue park in an air line and
of witch burning occurred as recently 147 mile's by railroad. If is rmd?r the
as 188b in Peru, mid In other parts of .-oiitrol mid supervision of the secre
South America cases continued to oc tary of the interior, who Is represented
laud may lie menllnned those pertain cur until well Into the secoud half of In the actual administration of the
ing to the forest Industries. What the nineteenth century. England’s own park by a superintendent, assisted by
Gus Newbury was at the court house
Americans cull a lumber denier in last conviction for witchcraft took i number of park rangers who patrol
England is culled a timber merchant.
pluce at Hertford In 1712. and Scot the reservation The park is bounded
land condemned a witch ten years -in the north by the Canadian line, on
to trees large en-mgli Io cut logs tor later, while Spain and Germany re the east by the Blackfoot reservation
George Brown of Buncom wan in House oi Joseph Pepe in South the mill, to the logs entire and io the tained a Judicial byl.lef tn witches aud and on the west and south by the Flat No More Gas on the Stomach or Sour
Stomach) No More Heavy Feeling
large single sticks into which they are the Justice of killing them until 1782 head river It has an area of about
1)15.000 acres und derives Its name
After Meals or Constipation!
ac-.vn or sawed.
H. Withington of I Medford WHH in
from many glaciers which are scat
When tin- logs are cut into boards,
We want everyone In this town who
tered throughout Its area. There are has stomach or bowel trouble to just
planks. Joists, and so on, they form
try ONE bottle of simple buckthorn
W. L. Braiee of Buncom was in
lumber. In the west tlmls-r is gener ..It is said that at certain seasons in eighty glaciers between live square bark, glyperlne, etc., as compounded
ally standing trees, and II Includes all Scotland when tlie fishing is not very miles and a few acres In area. The in Adler-l-ka. You will be surprised
The house of Joseph Pope on Apple trees, large and small, without refer brisk the fishermen act as caddies end park is a rugged mountainous region St the QUICK ACTION!
Geo. W. Tn-fren, T Etq. of Ashland
The VERY FIRST DOSE »howl re
.are easily recognized by their costume, und contains over 250 lakes, which nre - sults
gate road, together with the furniture euce to their fitness fur the mill.
waa in town Tuesday.
and a short treatment wlih
surrounded by steep and beuutifully Adler-i-ka
may make you feal better
etc. was totally destroyed by fire about The cutting and hiiiping of this tim a woolleu Jersey und trousers braced wooded mountains.
than you have for years.
• Henry Wendt was transacting busi five o’clock Friday evening. Only a ber Is lumlwriftg there. but tn a large up to the armpits One of these was
tends to antlseptlclze
ness at Medford Monday.
asked bis name by the gentleman for
couple of trunks and a few small arti part of New England It Is logging
the Intestinal tract and to draw n't
A Renewed Struggle.
A SINGLE DOS:!
Harry Helms of Medford visited cles were saved.
-My old barber has left the city.”
usually relieves gas on the stomach,
Joist Is called elsewhere scaiitliug. and was. "VVeel. hereabouts they uialstly
friends in this city Sunday.
sour stomach or constipation QUICKLY.
The house was occupied by Lewis wlint Americans call bon rds or planks ca' me 'Bieeks. but mu 'muideu' num«
“Yea: he had been trying to sell me
We do not hesitate to say that
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Butterly of Med- Martin and family but the furniture the English i-nll deals
is 'Liroou ’ "
Is the BEST bowel and
a bottle of hair tonic for the . past - tlf- Adler-l-ka
belonged to Mr. Pope who had let the
ford were in town Monday.
stomach remedy we have ever soli)!
tn this country a person who splits
The Reason Why.
Homer Gallup of Medford visited house furnished. Loss about $1200. out shingles Is culled a shingle weaver
tn standing him off. Now I shall have
We were unable to learn whether the In England shingles nre not made In
The information editor received this to start the buttle all over with a new
Triends in this city Sunday.
house was insured or not as Mr. Pope this way. but lath are regularly riven,
Peter Morrison of Medford was a resides at Marshfield
"Kindly tell me why a girl always
and a maker of them Ls called a lath
visitor in this city Thursday.
closes her eyes when a fellow kisses
The origin of the fire is unknown but render. New York Sun.
“Everything that is lovely reminds
J W Robinson, M. D., Prop.
Mrs. R- B. Dow of Medford visited ia supposed to have started from sparks
The editor replied:
me of you," he fervently declared.
friands in this city Wednesday.
from a fire i 1 the fireplace.
THROWING THE DICE.
"If you will send us your photograph
“It is nice of you to say that," she
Jewell Bailey accompanied her aunt,
The fire had gained such headway
we may be able to tell you the rea replied. "I hope you see a great many JACKSONVILLE,
Mrs. Myers to Medford Tuesday.
when the alarm was turned in that by rhe Ancient Germans Were Furious son.”—Ladles’ Home JouruUi.
Gamblers at This Game.
i “I wish I did. but this is such a
.Mrs. Walter Kentner of Madford the time the fiivtnen reached the scene
The invention of dice has been of
Reversed the Terms.
dreary, dismal place, don’t you know."
the building was practically destroyed,
visited friends in this city Sunday.
an old negro who .ived on a southern —Chicago Record-Hera Id.
old ascribed to I’nhitnedes. ihe sou of
Prof. U. S. Collins of Medford was a stream of water from a nearby hv- j Nauplius. king of Euboea, about 1244 plantation went to the uearby city for
a business visitor in this city Thurs drant quickly quenched the flames but ' B. C.. and also to n Greek soldier named a visit and while there went to see bls
lefi only the blackened shell of what, Aiea, which Is the Latin for a die. tint young "mnrster,” who was living in
“Doctor, bow can I prevent my hus
had been an attractive little residence. ; Herodotus assigns both dice and chess thv city at the time. On his returu band from talking In Ids sleep?"
Michall Brown of Medford was trans
the young man's mother asked if he
to tlie I.ydhins
“Well, you might try giving him a
acting business in this city Wednes-
The ancient Germans would gamble was In good spirits.
few opportunities tn the daytime."—
"Well, uiuui," responded rhe old ne Pittsburgh Post.
away at dice nil that they were worth
and then their liberty, submitting to I gro. "I reckon I’ll '«press 1’ a little dif
Dr. Seeley of Medford was in town
on professional business Tuesday eve 1 It looks like a perfectly good new slavery if they lost, and the Saxons, funt an' say fie good sperilte wuz in
Only to Be Expected,
Danes und Nurtniins were all addicted M-irse Jeem« ”—Exchance.
December 8 to 13, 1913
The Optimist—1 hear Brownsmith is
Too many good rcsol-itionsdie young. to the game, l-'ox Talbot Is of opinion
going to tie married. The Pessimist-
will be a notable event in the
Tha circuit court bus been in session
that tlie Latins invented, if not tlu>
Serves him right. I never did like educational history of Oregon.
Efforts to fix the date of Huerta’s game, at least the mime for the single confided n frleml
several days this week hearing equity
disappearance fr< m the dictatorship point, which they called units. The i "Good for you!" we cried ”1 want that fellow.—Lippincott's.
Farmers’ Co-operation will be the
have been ubout abandoned.
leading topic of a stimulatieg series ot
Germanic races, adopting this practice i to tell some folks nliont that—they”—
Mrs. Anna M. Norling of Portland
"Now. Io<’k Here! Yon keep still
That 1804 dollar recently found in from the Greeks, translated the Greek
was transacting business in this city
Love may be blind. But you never lectures. The week will be crowded
corruption of unus into ass. which Inis about It. I wouldn't let my wife know
saw a bride who couldn't tell oran.te with di »'ussions, and demonstrations in
everytl ng that makes for the welfare
more than $1800 if it had been in the now become nee The rooi of this
“But von told me that yom wife win blossoms from sunflowers.—Cincinnati
W. M. Swartzfager of Steamboat
word lies In the Latiu. as the monetary
of the farmer and home-maker.
hands of ten per center Tolman.
a good fellow and let you piny poker
waa transacting business in this city
WINTER SHORT COURSE
No .-In-iiinstances can permanently
"She does She uever kicks about
the road to success he bumps into a tury mentions fen different uses of tlie
January 5 to 30, 1914
Sidney Abbot and Alfred Norris have toll gate.
dice. St w mentions two entertain my sitting tn a game, and even If I
The College has spared no effort to
gone to Weed, Cal. whese they have
lose she cheers me up and" —
make this the most complete short
One is naturally mildly curious as to meats given by tlie city of Loudon at
“Well. I thought so Why shouldn't
which dice were in evidence.—Loudon
Don’t post unsightly, scrawled notic course in its history.
A very wide
whether Secretary Bryan swore off Telegraph.
W. R. Garrett, postmaster at Run grape juice on the first of the year.
c.s when you can h-ive them neatlv range of courses will be offered in
coni, 4as transacting business in this
printed at this office for
» 11 charge General Agriculture. Horticulture,Ani
And 1 need the money
Future historians may < a e the de
One of the Family.
mal Husbandry, Dairying, Poultry
Tibble had been placed by her aunt If my wife asks where I was. fell her
cline of our republic from the time that
A number of young people from Med Presidents took to playing golf.
Keeping, Mechanic Arts, Domestic
in a siluatlou as uiaid ot all work In u I was old losing $.*Si on u prizefight.”
ford attended the dance at Olth’s hall
family ot three. At the end or a week —Cleveland I'laln Dealer.
Science and Art, Commerce, Forestry
A girl should never marry until she the aunt "stepped along in" to see bow
ward for any case of Catarrh that and Music. Numerous lectures and
knows all about him—then tne chances Tibble was getting on.
A BooV antf a War.
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh discussions on FARMERS* CO OPER
Fred Owens is reported to be laid up are she’ll not care to.
“Do you like your work?" asked the
ATION, at home and abioad, will be a
with a broken limb due to an, acrid mt
Among other cold weather commodi aunt
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
leading feature. Make thi» a pleasant
to end In win. ns in the case ot St. Co
ties it is anticipated that there will be
for the last 15 years, and believe and profitable winter outing. No tuition.
“And are they making you feci al limit»». the Irishman who settled In Cheney
Tne womans home missionary Socie bargain sale? of winter eggs.
him perfectly honorable In nil business Accomm'xiat.ons reasonable. Reduced
transactions and financially able to carry
ty met in the home of Mrs. M. E. Ab
What a hit Theron Akin could ma' e
r ites on nil railroads. For further in
"W biles they are. and whiles they commemorated on .lune II. He had a out any obligations made by bls firm.
bot Friday afternoon.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE,
by returning to the arena with a fresh aren't."
The dance in Orth's hall Friday night egg in his tin pail.
of them mid mining others copied II
“Now. what do you be
H. M. TENNANT. Rcgis’rar,
certain l.ntln psalter belonging to an
given by Charles Prim Jr. was well at
In order to get past the immigration that?' asked the aunt Impatiently
directly upon the blood and mu
IHsh abbot, wi.erenpun King I>larmaid acting
tended and a general good time had.
officials, that Hungarian duelist should
Courses by Cur-
asked me to gang t' ktrk wT them yet
Al Kifig was in town Thursday with have brought a few bombs along.
that “to every book belongs its copy, by Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
the hides of several coyotes upon which ■ The railroads will not be able to fly grand quarr'l they were having, all as to every cow its calf” Columba
he collected a bounty at the county | the white signal until the Interstate the three o’ them, wi' me takklng the appealed against tlie verdict In the
Commerce Commission gets off the dishes off o' the table. Jlst as it I'd prm tb al form of Inciting his kinsmen
to revolt, und they defeated Diurmaid i
been one o' the family
1 outb s Corn
Gracie Collins fell while on the way track.
In the battle of the Psalter. The book
to school kionday breaking one of her
If the Cuban war on voodooism should
is claimed to tie the one which in X
Angers. Dr. Golden was called and prove successful, something may be
■liver cover was carried Into battle by
promptly set the injured member.
done to stamp out the reign of the Hoo centrating his power? in a single object the O'Donnells during more thnn a
William Bonner, a trapper of the doo in Mexico.
can accomplish something; the strong thousand years
Big Butte country was at the court
Mme. Nordica’s peace of mind when est by dispersing his over many may
Cats ae Food In China.
house Wednesday to collect bounties threat, ned with -hipwreck was proba fall to accomplish anything —Carlyle
One often sums up the value of cheap
on the “varmints” which he had kill- bly due to well-known ability to over
fur by describing It us having ls*eu ob
Enough For Her.
tallied from the domestic cat. but In
come the high C's.
Her Father—V.’hat are the young
’Mrs. Ruth Myers of Eugene who
China garments of catskin rank as ti gli
Old 1913 was a useful year-it sup man's business prospects?
had been visiting her sister Mrs. W. pled so many horrible examples.
Daughter—1 don’t know that. pa. All ■ nd i.re as piecious us garments of su
bl» In this country. In the Flowery
F. Bailey of this city left Tuesday
It is hoped that the movie pictures I know Is that he means business.— Lund cat's flesh Is also miicti eaten
morning for Sacramento, Calif, where
The Post management has made ar
descriptive of bad outlaws of Pitts
and is espo-hilly recommended as a
she will visit frisnds.
cure for consumption mid all lung dis
burgh will never be shown to the inn- - j
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. met cent mountaineers.
rangements with the Portia id Evening
eases. It 1s vastly suiierior to cod llvet
Guest—Yes. my wife has lieen III. but oil and therefore cats nre <-onsld<-red
in the Methodist church Thursday af
The latest "dun’t” list for eugenists she Is out again now. Hostess—What extremely vn'iiabte possessions Black
Telegram whereby we can give ; .inscribers
ternoon, Mrs. McCullough of Medford
will come in handy after candidate doctor did you have? Guest—No doc cats provide tlie best meat, and in e
addressed them instead of Mrs. Booker
have mastered the simpler require tor at all. I Ixiugbt her a uew but— great many parts ot Chinn this food Is
the advantage ol’ a gigantic co nbination
1 of Portland who became sick and t_d
ments of the ten Commandments and London Opinion.
so highly esteemed that cats ure reurert
to return borne.
Cos) Bin Measurements.
tor sale like fowls 01 sheep.
offer for a limited period. You can get a
the Sermon on the Mount.
The funeral of Grace, daughter of
A solid cubic foot of nntbrucite coal
The times when a farmer’s personal weighs
ninety-three you nils When bro
Mr. and Mrs. David Thompson of Sis
Metropolitan evening paper vzith all the
Satisfaction For Him.
knowledge of finance w. s limited to a ken for use it weighs about flft.vfoui
son, Cal. was held in this city Saturday-
said tlie millionaire's bril
very faulty judgment of gold bricks pounds. Bituminous coal when broken lant son. n lio has achieved sm-r-ess lit
latest news from all over the world and all
morning. Services were held at the
up for use weighs ubotit fifty pounds bis own efTorts. ”1 have one great sat
Catholic church and interment in the are away back in the past.
the news of Jackson County and vicinity in
A comparatively abstemious New The consequent rule for the approx! lafaction
cemetery on the hill.
"Whilt la thntT’ nuked his ndmlrliir
Year Eve does not prevent the horns, mate measurement of coal lu a bin ot
The statement of Beekman’s
the Post at a remarkably low price.
evi- box is to multiply the length in feet by friendo.
lug House appears in another column. bells and whistles from bJng in
the height in feet am! again by the
brendth in feet and this result by fifty yon knew me n lien 1 didu t huve ■
The Evening Telegram is the best
Although Mr. Beekman has been trying dence as usual.
for more than a year to quit the busi The Post office will not enjoy a com- four for nutbru'-ite coal or by fifty fol nickel "- Detroit l- ree Presa
paper in the state, market reports unexcell
ness the statement shows deposits a- parative rest until St. Valentines day. bituminous coal The result will equal
Poet Laureate Bridges has not been the uuuilier of pounds, and to find the
muu'ilting to more tfian $50,000.
number of teus divide by 2.000.—Popti
ed, Saturday edition contains a magazine
It Is • common olwrrntion that dll
W. K Johnson of Ashland was com precipitate about rushing into print. lar Mechanics.
mitted to the State Insane Asylum by But he found the reviewers who regard
I>osltl<>n are no lni|»-illiiien'a to friend
and comic section in colors.
JuJge TouVcile Tuesday morning. the poet laureate as their especial mark
The Obliging Friend.
■hip and that the cloee-t Inlliiuicle»
“Yon know that Griggs and I bott often exist fietween mind» ?acb of
Johnson who is about 35 years of age all in waiting.
$5. per year
The Evening Telegran:
At the same time it would seem that love you Can't you make u choice to n lil. h supplies what la wantlug In tile
1» affected with a "religious mama”
»ther.- laird Macaulay
which has lately developed in danger the Krik family which has kept a Mary day?"
The Jacksonville Post-
“A choice. Indeed! V.'hpti I do make
land poatoftice for 100 years could have
s choice you inn rest aisured that It
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Morn done better by betting on the elec s 111 not Interest you!"
Every note fimi prima donna «Ings
T< al $0 50 “
"Thanks! I'll tell Griggs.” — Ex Costs me at least a dollar." said one
tig worship, with sermon atllo’cloc! . tions.
musi, al manager
New that a hen has laid an egg bear change.
Sermon subject: Transcendency and
'Well.’’ replied the other, “get a man
Imminence of God. Solo by Dr. W. ing the date of W14 may stimulate
G-s-id Little Boy.
to write her s <«»ns with only whole
W. Howard of Medford. Evening wor som ■ of the cold storage p ants to
Mm Brat,' Will you have another nc.’es mid resti» in It" Washington
ship with sermon at 7:3'J. Subject:; brini their output across the century slice of oiae. Rolli, e? ■lobbie No.
The story of a Prize Fighter. Solo bv line.
Hi.mk you: mother »«Id I must re-
Mr. John Miller. Y. P. S. C. E. at
With th* Scalper*.
That battle in Ojin ga has caused I lie n m - o- <! p>< e. 'ca use
<:30. Sunday School at lit o’clock untold suffering throughout our own mightn't hai ,t lo «pire -Judge.
Of mortie. win are the men In the
M week meeting at 7:30 Wednesday broad lan 1 among the reckless cl s
is nuli' ilielr tickets from thi
e euing. A cordial welcome is extend- | v ho try to pronounce the name of the
Fred has «•-mis-rs my child " Ctilcugo I'rlbunr
< - » ail. Paul S. Bandy Minister.
: he used
tend the Pioneer Methodist church I
Then she Got Msd.
t« t f »*n.
b lay J an. 25, A. S. Jenkins pastor. FOR SALE at a Bargain—House and •* rU»t
Rhe 'having noililng else to aayi It'»
funny now we erer came to think f
L tu th school 1J a. in., W. G Uau- , lot on Oregon street, near City Ha l.
VVhvFV in» »D.1« tyruuuy begins- tnin-h of each other
u .l S if.. Ser. u on 11 a. o>. subject:] Must be sold soon Cal) on ug. e
It ■ positively ridiculous!
Ad z. | «'lilUiu ntt
bhoi in. Young people« meeting 6^0) Realty River *3o.
CITY DRUG STORE
Birth papers t laough
this office if paid in
advance for 1 year.
on or before
ember 31st 1913.