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A largo portion ofthe recording in the
county recorder's office will hereafter
W.T. Houston of Trail creek was be done by a type writer, a Fisher ma
chine having been Introduced by Mr.
with us Thursday.
E. G. Borden of Woodville went to Applegate for that purpose. This will
prove an avveptsble innovation.
San Francisco a few day«ago
Belong to that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin eruptions fk*t
The fast pacing mart’ Bellaire, which cause more genuine Ixxiily discomfort and worry than all other known
Miss Nina Householder iav'.siting rel
was aired by lhsthmont and raised by diseases. The impurities or sediments which collect in the system because
ative« living in IMuglas county.
the late Jas. McDonough, will he taken of poor digestion, inactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination ar»
T. H. B. Taylor, the sage af Evans
to Seattle next week, where she will taken up by the blood, saturating the system with acid poisons and fluids
creek, was among us a few days ago.
participate in the races that take place that ooze out through the glands and pores of the skin, producing an inde-
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Beekman left for there *oou. She is now owned by J, Heritable itching and burning, and “ I oan ohssrfully sndor*« your
the yellow, watery diachanre forms as a cur« for Ecswtu». I was truubisa
Portland Friday. They will not begone W. Frail.
into crusts and sores or little brown with it for SO years and tried many
J. \V. Baker, being cout|>ellod to re and white scabs that drop off, leaving romediee with no «ood effect*, but after
using a few bottl**of ■. ■. wa* entlr*.
Chas. Gerow, the expert meehanp-, >
’tura from' whence he came, has ap- the skin tender and raw. The effect ly relieved.
SIB W. Central St., Wichita, Kaa.
has returned to Jackson»ille with his ¡»ointed Via A Gould to manage the of the poison may cause the skin to
buainewt of the G rani's Paas laundry In crack and bleed, or give it a scaly, fishy appearance; again the eruptions may
Mrs. Geo. T. Herehbergvr of C.len- »his section, which has grown to large consist of innumerable blackheads and pimples or hard, red bumps upon
dale has returned home after i. visit in proportions. A better selection could the fac» Purification of the blood is the only remedy for these vicious skin
diseases Washes and jiowders can only hide for a time the glaring
°o» have been made.
blemishes. S. S. S. eradicates all ixusonous accumu
H. G. Mever of Lake creek, the walk ( The largest and beet stock of pianos,
lations, antidotes the Uric and other acids, and
known sux kman, was ;n Medfuru a "If»«» «nd other tuusieai instruments
restores the bltxxl to its wonted purity, and stimulate«
et er sen in Southern Oregon Is now
and revitalizes the sluggish organs, and the impuri
lew cay * since.
being displayed at tbe Coes Piano
ties pass off through the natural channels and
Mrs Kellogg of Grant'« Pass made Houw> in Medford. Price« right ami
her daughter, Mrs. John Baru* burg, a ’•’^■lionguaranteed. No trouble to relieve the skin. S. S. S. is the only guaranteed |>urely vegetable blood
purifier. It contains no Arsenic, Potash or other harmful mineral. •
. . . .
show £ouds. U adl and
visit UM* week.
•Write us about yonr case and our physicians will advise without charge.
S. P. lUrnebnrg have
The trick rider is fatally injured in attempting to loop the high tariff loop.
We have a handsomely illustrated liook on skin diseases, which will be sent
J. K. Belief Brownsboro waa :n Med-
completed haying on their valley
ford Thursday, aa ateo wa# H X o© der
free to all who wish it. IHI SWIFT SFEC1F1C CO.. Atlamta. Ga.
ranch, and Wednesday they moved
They thus rob Peter to pay Taul It Helle© of fteiMU
thetr crew, which consist« of eight
cannot be said lu extenuation that
their mountain plaoe* above
there is any peculiar necessity for this | XX . K. Ingiedue. road maj* rviaor of men>
Ileasant creek dtejriel. wa* jB Medford I Aihland. Tbe, wiU have about 900
triple charge on hard coal, for all oth I *k
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'ton* of hay. which will be fed this win-
Republican Methods Embrace er kinds of freight, very ranch more • *be forepart of the week,
troublesome to handle and more per
Low Wages and High Prices. ishable, are carried at a far lower Gladys Haymond has sued her hus- ter to their stock, that is now on the
■ band. Wm. B. Hay mood, for * divoroa. ' ranges of this and Klamath counties.
W. I. Vawter is her attorney
The patty that is being made up in
No one can accuse Mr. Mitchell of
THE 0A8E OF THE GOAL MINERS. exaggeration or intemperance of lata-
Chas. F. Young and J. C. Hal who Portland by Will. Steel for a trip to
guage. On the contrary, he has rather w;tne«eed the Jeffrie*—Rusimmoos ! Crater Lake will arrive in Medford
Preaddent Mitchell Exposes the False understated than overstated the facta fight, returned to Gold Hill Thursday, next Thursday, as slated in a letter
and has used language too mild to ex
(from Mr. Steel to Dr. J. M. Keene.
and Mislradiuit Statements of the
press the conditions. Anthracite co«! i Frank P. King, whois develop.ng a The party will number about 20, and
MUSIC, ART AND ELOCUTION.
foal Barons — Producer and Con«
can be carried at less cost and trouble I pta^er mine near .x and, J epiline
to girl* a bioau »nd thorough educutlnn, combined with th* sdvsbtst**
somer the I*rey of the Railroad than can almost any other commodity county, ha» removed hi* fam; y th.ther.
ot a healthful and refined home It occupies a bus* anil attractive bulldins In the Immediate
The sanitary condition of the premise* ha* In-en m»de * matter of
because It is easier to handle and prac-; L. W Fancher and his family are
peclal attention The l»<d chamber*, claa* and recitation room* are larire and tnomuahly
notable* will be with it; also F. II. • ventilated:
of the build1*» la such that every room I* open lu the aunlhiht
President John Mitchell of the Unit
The sreatest care ha* been taken lu provide all the oeoe**ary appointment* of n.wall
When the coal companies sell coal ¡camping in Askland canyon aa also Newe’L chief hydrographer of the
ed Mine Workers of America has is
facility for training pupil* In the most approved tualhoN,
they are Dot given to overloading. • are Mr- Laar and her daughters and United States geological survey.
The aim of the acbool I* to give thorough and sell ordered Initructliin to girl* and younif
sued a strong, conservative statement When they haul coal, tbey call 1*40 ; Bert Orr.
tilting them for college when that I* dialrod, and to aid In the development of true
J. H. Messner, the veterinary sur women,
lu reply to the letters published by the pounds a ton. but when tbey pay the ' Z
‘ _ of geon. was called a few days since to and The
MiBer. ‘ ’ormerly marshal
Fall term open* September IS. IMUI. A faculty of twenty competent teacher* In* urea
mine operators. He gives as the reason miner they demand that 2 740 to KIM Milford. but who rr^d« on Th":
tor children and young women that Individual care ant'. Instruction necessary to tbebe*t
-I" . treat a valuable horse that appeared result*.
for bolding back this statement of the [Niunds .ball ta «Bed a ton. The op-
There are tour skilled teacher* In the Music Pepactment atone. *peclall*t* In Ar’ nd
to have some kind of stomach trouble Oarlory,
miners' case, "We have hesitated to era tors claim thia extra a moan t is to 1
and native teacher* In French and German
Provision I* made for all athletic games nullable to women, aa tennis, croquet, basket ball
utter any word or to take any position make up for unmarketable unpurinea. ‘~J ■**-«.
bicycling and horseback riding A gymnasium. Mil 100 feet, I* In process of construction
E . B. Keen* Ham^tosLauic h.* w.Je. the stomach. He operated upon the which will offer still mure opport unit I * fur healthful exercise
that would impede or embarrass easy This would be just if it were true. In
For Illustrated catalogue apply to
reconciliation with the coal operators." ‘ fact, the companies deduct 10 to 15 who have been at Portland. left lately animal and removed a cancerous
MIMS ELKANOK TKHUFTTH, Principal
Every effort was made by the miners
ers for any refuse that may be loaded. ,xpecl w
to settle tbe matter in dispute by arbi
l _ __
All the miners ask is that the coal tbey
had there been some
tration, but every proposition was met produce shall lie honestly weighed and
way to have kept the horse quiet it
by the operators with the reply that correctly recorded.
would have recovered.
there was really nothing to arbitrate.
Statistics prove that the miner's life
This puts the whole responsibility for is one of great hardship and risk, yet
If Tb« Ba Sr Is Cattlat Teeth.
be receives lowes pay than almost any
the strike u[«»n the coal magnates.
Be save and use that old and well-tried reme
dy Mu W imlos '» S ootbisu Sviov. for
....Offer»» You. ..
Mr. Mitchell shows that tbe mine other class of laborers. The j«rotectjon-
ciindree tee-.tuM Il »ootbes the child, soft
toe rum* allay* all pain, curs» wind oollc
workers are the most poorly paid labor
az>d 1* We best remedy lor diarrhoea. Twenty-
IThrough trains dally from Chicago ) mn DIT W II A
ers in any important American Indus at heart. It is a wonder the IMngley 1 Pt>^
ees'-s a haul*.
• Through trains dally from St. Louis ' 1 V DU F F /»LV
law didn't put a duty on anthracite i f>»"..'-aabje H l . _x>ery.
try. They work less than 200 days in a
coal in order to "protect" the m!owi | J W. 1_ im roft. who baa beet runt.ng
year, receiving $1.42 for a day of ten although not a pr,und of aathracite s •-bUiid
Through train daily from Kansas City I
And Foist« Bayond.
at Earle Point, .-ft for!
hours. The annual earnings of a work coal is produced outside ot the United
er are less thau $300. President Mitch States. Such a piece of legislation
For Keeping a Bawdy House—The
would be of the same piece w:th tbe
Calaboose Has an Inmate.
“Such pay may supply a living on a ••protective” duties on wheat com.
Reclining chair cars (free), Pullman Palace Sleepers, Din
par with some classes of European la oats and other farm products exported
Gabe Flymale and his wife (who are
ing and Cafe Cars on all trains. Polite trainmen. Perfect
borers, but who will say that it is suffi by the United States tn large quanti
the parente of an infant a few months
roadbed. Shortest line and quickest time. Tourist cars
cient to support American citizenship ties and never imported practically.
old k together with a young man named
Mondays and Thursdays, L’LM/a hours Chicago to Boston.
or ’-nable parents to educate and prop
Ga.aey. were arrested by Marshal How-
ascribe the bard conditions of tbe min
erly maintain their families?”
ara on Friday, charged with keeping a
C. S. CRANE, G. P. A T. A., St. Louis, Mo.
The 10 per cent increase in wages er's lot in tbe anthracite belt to the
uawdy house within the city limits of
granted two years ago by tbe oiht . i -
C. CLINE, P. C. P. A., Loa Angeles.
j Medford. The parties are all well
torw has not benefited the miners. A for Mr. Dingley to "protect" biin from
known in the tenderloin. The name of
large portion of the advance was paid I the importation of anthracite [goduced
Mrs. Mamie Linn Gay of Portland, the party who swore out the complaint
back to the companies. Moreover, the ■ 1 by European "pauper labor." But tbe
coat of living has increased from 30 to protectionists have not forgotten tbe who ha* been quite ill. 1» slowly <on- ha* not been divulged.
40 per cent, so that the purchasing miner. They hare protected everything valeaclng. She recently underwent a
The case was called in Recorder
power of miners' wages is less thau be the miner uses, so that be has to pay delicate operation at bt. Vincent * hos »nell-» eoiirt in the afternoon and at
fore tile strike of l'.MiO. The assertion
tracted considerable attention. W. E.
IToppe. the city attorney, appeared for
of the coal magnates that the efficiency they tell him how comfortable and
the prosecution and D. ft. Hartson for
of mine workers had decreased 12'j happy he is. all because he 1« "protect
per cent in lISil is contradicted by the ed." The miner is beginning to see that cinct and W.'B. Foster of Gold Hill, an the defense.
One of the parties pleaded guilty and
official reports, wjiieli show a decided he has been made a dupe by these wily expert prospector, ha ve gone to Thomp was
fined tluO. He was given time in
myrmidons of the trusts.
son creek district, to inspect the miner which
Increase in the output per mail.
to arrange bis “businessaffairs,''
Tiie most important factor in the al situation.
The railroad presidents who form the
which probably means that he was al
coal trust claim that they cannot pay
Buy a Bottle of
Hon. W. M. Cdvig of Jacksonville, lowed to leave town with the linder
the mine workers decent wages with railroads. The flagrant violations of who owns some sightly lota in the west standing that he would return ai the
pain of haring the sentence of the
out raising the price of coal to con every principle of fair dealing by the
sumers and thus causing great hard coal roads must be stopped It can and ern part of Medford, »rill have a hand court enforced against him.
ship. This generous consideration for will i* done. Tbe Republican j»arty some residence built on them in the wife was released on her own recogni
zance, and had already skipped for
the consuming public has not been con has always legislated for the big pro near future.
more congenial climes.
Rub in well and
spfeuous in the conduct of the coal ducer. never for the wage earner and
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Klippel of Port
The other defendant stood trial, and
barons heretofore. Mr. Mitchell points
to the rise in the price of coni since the In Pennsylvania know very well that ville over 20 years ago, recently cele dent» of several witnesses, adjudged
strike began and shows the hypocrisy the coal' roads own and operate the brated their golden wedding. They him guilty and imposed a fine of $5i),
in default of which he was sent to
of the operators’ affected solicitude. mines in open violation of the law. Ke
IT HAS CURED OTHERS. IT WILL CURE YOU.
From tiie government re|w>rts he shows publicans everywhere know that the were married at Brownsville, Mo., in the city bastile for 25 days.
that the coal companies have made coal trust Is one of the worst ot all the 1852.
Will Grob, a former resident of Jack A First-clasa Educational Institution. Sutton's Hosp Shit, ths win'tsr’ul.lo, trovar of sil torra, of Intlummaitonln manor b«a>t
larger profits than ev<ir before. Ac
sto ani 41 par bottle. Il K SUTTON. sole proprietor and manufacturen Ashland Orotfoa
cepting President Olyphant's statement nse the power of government to curb sonville, but who lives near Lakeview
The Foothern Oregon State Normal l'or ala at City Uruic Store. Jacksonville, and bv Or J Hinkle CentraPolnt.
that the cost of tniiring con I for 1!*H this band of outlaws. Tbe Demo<-ratlc now. was seriously injured a few days
School < making thorough prepara
ba* increased 13 cents |M>r ton. it is ob
ago by a horse he was breaking falling
vious that the coni companies arc not fair field and no favor.” It lias pledged with him. He was improving at last tion for ibe coming year's work. The
buildings are being remodeled and re
, liing when they have I’een Itself to put nn end to mono|x,llstic re
paired, arid extensive additions to the
selling coal nt an advance of 3!' cents straints upon trade. The miners have accounts.
chemical and phvsical departments
Rev. N. 8. Hollcroft informs us that are being made. Tne faculty is com
per ton above the price of 1WSI. Tills had eii'iugli of paying tribute to the
enormous increase has l>een extorted
the chapel car Immanuel isat Ashland, posed of strong teachers consecrated
from the consumer while no increase rind lower wages. Tluy are ready to where it will remain several dai s. It will to the work, arid each department is
We curry in stock a complete line of both hand
In wages has been given. When the
gradually proceed northward, stopping in the bands of a specialist.
machine made harness.
A y ar'« course in Latin and In
miners make a reasonable demand for
at the different towns along the line ot Economic« has been added to further
a specialty of hand made harness and
more wages, the operators suddenly
prepare teachers for high setiffol wm k.
every piece of work we turn out.
become very solicitous for the con |>< jde. Instead of the protected trusts.
The training department will be es
'I llis is a platform broad enough anil
sumer. whom they have so cheerfully
Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, pecially strong. A man of splendid
solid enough to support the ranks of
robbed heretofore, and appeal to the united Democracy.
which has a national reputation, ik be education and wide experience will be
P’-opie for sympathy In their struggle
ing billed. Ttanks to the high license at the head of this department. Much
against the labor unions which would
ilnpdsed by tne city council, It will attention will be given to oratory,
A StrlklHi* Resemblance.
and athletics will be made prominent.
advance tbe price of coal by demand
The Republican newsp'apcrs claim overlook Medford and play at Rose The citizens of Ashland have guaran
Ing a living wage for the mine work
teed some 8200 as prizes for excellence
orw. Such devotion to the public Inter flint it is ail nonsense talking nlmut burg instead.
In these lines The City Library of Seventh Street,
ini|>erialism In this country, anti yet it
est is inspiring!
W. B. Carter, who lives at Sawyer's 2000 volumes Is thrown open to stu
The offer made by President Baer of
the coal trust to submit Its luniks to sends hl* family home on the Dolphin, his brothers, Hon. W. A. and R. A. lodging can be had at from *2 50 per
be examination of the labor unions to manned by the »aflora of our navy, and Carter. He has returned to Siskiyou week to 84 00. Climate healthy.
proto that tbe earnings of the miners another fine vessel Is being fitted up
Course of study practical and ex
would not permit an increase of wages for a summer cruise t<w the president. county, Calif., accompanied by h.s haustive. Fur catalogue of announce
ments, write B. F. M ulkry , Presi
appears very fair at first sight. Presl
dent, or C liffoho T hom as , Secretary
dent Mitchell shows th* brazen impu from Cuba on a similar ship and had It
at bis service when governor of Cuba.
■dcnco of the proposition as follows:
respondents, vs. Flul<l*h Hoover, et ai.,
"Eighty-five or 1X1 per cent of all coal This ship was described ns most luxu
the latter have filed
Poisoning the System.
produced lu the anthracite regions 1*
Ills through the bowels that the
from mines owned and operated by the rialism. but It has all the pomp and their abstract and brief. The re
various <<>a| carrying railroads. The power of an emperor and Ills satellites. spondents have been given until Aug. body lsclean»ed of impurities. Con
stipation keeps these poisons in the
15th to file their brief.
freight charges for hauling a ton of
system, causing headache, dullness
A Slnacnn That Doesn't Fit.
anthracite coal one mile are three times
Jarnos McDougall, who has a paying and melancholia at first, then un
as great as those of other roads for
Notwithstanding Kepiilillcnn pledges
sightly eruptions and finally serious
hauling a ton of hitttmin6us coal one the Fifty seventh, like the Fifty-sixth,
Will be In Jacksonville on the Fourth of July at the U. S. Hotel
Illness, unless a remedy is applied.
mile, and as a consequence the coal congress
Satisfaction Is Guarantee to all patrons or money
has done nothing to lower the Hill, was in Medford Wednesday. He DeWitt’s Little Early Risers prevent
refunded. Examination Free,
departments, while actually cnriiing tariff on trust productions, ami Mr is at present employing three men in this trouble by stlrnulatlng the liver
-enormous profits on a legitimate busi- Hanna *nya "keep on letting well his gold mine. During the* summer and promote ea«y, healthy action of
liess. Iiisv and do appear lo be Iosin* enough
alone." This may be well be works out pockets, and in the the bowel*. These little pills do not
mon, . for the r -is n that the railway enough for the foreigners who can buy winter, when water is plentiful, oper act violently, but by strengthening
the bowels enable them to perform
depart cuts ab.»> rl> the profits of th* i the trust articles cheaper than we can; ates his diggings, which are of con- J their
Never gripe or
woul lie,', rill, lit : l>. charging the coal I but, then, Republican rule comes blgb siderablc richness.
•di part men ta exorbitant freight rates If we must have it.
K TERRIBLE TU Lì BLE
Eczema, Psoriasis. Salt
Rheum,Tetter and Acne
PROTECTION OF LABOR
Saint Helen’s Hall ••••
A Boarding and Day School for Girls.
Wabash-Niagara Falls Short Line
DON’T STOP WORK
for a Sprained arm. Ankle or back
YOU ARE GOOD AS NE'W
Hand Made Harness
A. LUCUS <fc SON,
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