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VOL. XXXIII
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1903.
SENATOR FULTON
INFORMS THE PRESIDENT
BRIEF MENTION
The game of foot ball, played at Ash­
PERSONAL MENTION.
land Sunday by a local eleven and one
from Grants Pass, was won by the
Mrs. Dr. Gale and Miss Jo Ortli visit­
former, who were not obliged to ex­
ed in Medford Sunday.
tend themselves, by a score of 25 to 0.
Chas. H. Pierce of Ashland did busi­
Ashland’s lineup was as fellows: Marks-
berry, 1. h.; II. Sayles, r. h; G. Neil, ness in our city Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Robinson have
f. b ; Tom Brown, 1. e.; Bob Hammond,
r. e.; Sydney Allen, 1. t.; E. Wright, been visiting at Grants Pass.
r. t.; E. Aikeu, 1 g.; Wm. Fowlkes,
J. H. Buffer, Sr., and T. J. Kenney
r. g-l C. Richardson, center; R. Sayles, were Medford visitors Tuesday.
quarter. I
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Shearer of Jack-
Benjamin F. Smith, while hauling Ison villevisited in Medford today.
prunes at Anderson, Calif., was thrown
Frank Stith, one of Kerby’s mer-
under the wagon aud run over. Ho Ichants, was in our town Monday, on
survived the accident only a few hours legal business.
The deceased was for many years a
A. S. Hammond of Grants Pass, the
resident of this county, and an honor­
attorney,
has gone to Klamath Falls,
able, industrious man. Joel Smith of
on
legal
business.
Medford aud Jas. Smith of Big Butte
Mrs. Dollie Saltmarsh of Lebanon,
are his brothers.
Linn county, is the guest ol Mrs. Fred
Fleming, the foreman of the apple Herrin of Ashland.
packers at the Helms place, south of
Mr. and Mrs A Rosenbaum of Mer­
Ashland, who slashed Guo. Fellett with
lin
were late visitors in Medford, guests
a knife in an altercation last Wednes­
day afternoon, was brought before of Mrs. C. A. Riddle.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cook have re­
Justice Berry on a complaint sworn out
by Pellett’s father and allowed to go turned from Portland, where they
on bail. A hearing of the case has spent several weeks.
been set for the 11 th.
Smith Bros, of Sardine Creek are be­
ing
visited by their parents, who live in
W. E. Goodfellow ot Minnesota, who
the
State of Washington.
owns about 30,000 acres of fine timber
Mrs. Sophie Eekelson and her family
laud in the upper Rogue River section,
is tiie heaviest individual taxpayer in left Sunday evening for Tacoma
Jacksou county, paying taxes on «65,- Wash., where they will locate.
000. The S. P. Co., of course, over­
Mrs. R. L. Dusenbury of Sardine
shadows all others In this respect. The Creek is being visited by her mother,
estate of H. A merman, Ashlaud Bank, Mrs. Loveless of Williams Creek.
Mrs. S. E. Ish and A. C. Hopkins come
C. W.^herman, the affable manager
next with «40,691, «38,025, «28,884 and of the Penn Mutual Ins. Co. for Ore­
«26,620, respectively.
gon, is making this section a bu.-Jness
Charles Horton of Bonanza has re­ visit
ceived a letter from his brother, who
Mrs. T. H. Tongue of Hillsboro and
recently drove a band of cattle from her youngest daughter, who have been
Klamath county and delivered them visiting District Attorney and Mrs. A.
to the Oakland Meat Market, to be E. Reamos, left for home Tuesday
sold on commission. He states that be evening.
is having very good success in dispos­
Dr. Vinton Hall of Lakeview is in
ing of the stock. Most of the band
New Yosk, where he wfll attend a
were cows, and for these he is getting
course of lectures and receive instruc­
from 5) to 6| cents,while the steers are
tion in one of the leading hospitals of
selling for 7 to 7| cents.
that great city.
A number of our citizens, during the
W. K. Ingledue, the efficient super­
past few days, have received souvenirs visor of Pleasant Creek road district,
of the recent disastrous wreck on the was in our city Monday. He says that
S. P. near Tehama, in tho shape of considerable farming has already been
chaired letters, upon which the ad­ done in that district.
dresses were still legible, and forwarded
Wm. M. Colvig returned from
with this explanation printed on the
I Ogden, Utah. Monday, where he met
badly burnt envelopes: “Damaged
■ with the supreme master of the A. O
in railroad wreck near Tehama, Cal., I U W. and other prominent members
Nov. 1. 1903. Forwarded by Superin­ of tbe order. He was gone just a week.
tendent Railway Mail Servic <, San
C. J. Howard, who has been survey­
Francisco, Cal.”
ing the line of the High Line Ditch, is
iu Medford. He informs us that 42
A Remarkable Case.
milt's have been completed, aud that aX1
One of the most remarkab'e cases of many more will be surveyed next
a col I, deep-seated bn the lungs, caus­ spring.
ing pneummu, is that of Mrs. Ger­
Jesse L. Dewey of Eagie City,
trude E. Fenner, Mar'on, Iud., who
was entirely cure! by the use of One Alaska, formerly a merchant of Glen-
Minute Cough Cure. She says: “The I dale and well known in Southern Ore
coughing and straining so weakened gon, had the misfortune to lose one of
me that 1 ran down, down in weight his eyes recently, caused by sc'atic
from 148 to 92 pounds. I tried a num­ rh eumatism.
ber of remedies to no avail until I
Dan Reynolds, who has been in
u-ed One Minute Cough Cure. Four
bottles of thiswondetful remedycured California during the past few months,
me entirely of the cough, strengthen­ 1 left for Culdesac, a little place situated
ed my lung* and restored me to mv
normal weight, health and strength.” near Lewiston, Idaho, Mond ay, where
one of his daughters reside«. His wife
Sold by all druggists.
had preceded him.
r.
NO. 50
LOCAL NOTES.
prosperous farmer, while his wife is
the worthy daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
M. Sidley of Lake Creek. The young
couple have many friend«, win m we join
in tendering con^ Tabulations and best '
wishes. After a brief journey they
will be at home on the farm near Eagle
Point.
C. Hafer, president of the Fisrt
National Bank of Council Bluffs, Iowa,
also president of the Iowa Lumber Co.,
arrived in Jacksonville, Nov. 11th.
The question of the removal of its
mills to Medford will probably be de- '
cided soon.
Wilbur Jones, our efficient county !
assessor, who was summoned to act as
a trial juror in the U. S. District Court,
to convene at Portland next Monday,
has been excused. His duties as a coun­
ty official exempt him from serving on
a jury.
THE OLD RELIABLE
W. R. Stansell has returned from his
trip nprth.
Says, " Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills
Miss Sarah Law of Forest Creek has
returned from Tacoma.
Cured Me of Spinal Trouble That the Forest Reserve Busi­
ness is Overdone, and
A. H. Johns was In from Mead-
and I Recommend Them.”
owa precinct Wednesday.
that
Honest
Entrymen
Some years ago Mrs. Mary A. Liuma,
August Puhi, the expert farmer, was
are Embarrassed
of No. 70J Ea.-i Fayette street, Syracuse,
a
Medford
visitor Saturday.
N.Y., wife of A. Laumu, the manufac­
by Unwarrant­
turing jeweler of that city, sustained an
Miss Amanda Helms is visiting Eu­
ed Questions.
injury to her spine by falling on a slip
gene, the guest of Mrs. Chas. F. Cro-
pery sidewalk. Six months later sh<
ner.
At tiie solicitation of Senator Ful-
took to her be.l and was an invalid fo:
Rev. Sanford Snyder will hold ser­
years, in fact, until she tried Dr. Wil ton President Roosevelt ha.* interest­
vices at Jacksonville and Central Point
limns’ Bulk Pills for Pale People and ed himself in the public laud situa-,
was cured. Site say»:
Sunday.
tion in Oregon, and promises to see
“My trouble was a spinal irritation, to it that there shall be an adjust-
Chas. Buinan, one of Applegate’s
but the doctors could not determine th,
thrifty
farmers, was a recent visitor in
of
the
ment
of
the
administration
exact nature of it. I consulted» nuiubei
our
town.
forestry
bureau
aud
of
the
Interior
of eminent physicians, perhaps teu or
twelve iu all, aud took treatment iron Department which will be satisfac­
Miss Frances Morelock of Gold Hill
Absolutely Pura
some of them. I tried massage and tory to the people of Oregon.
has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Oris
electricity, the latter affording tempo­
Duriog a prolonged conference at
Crawford.
THUΠIS ND SUBSTITUTE
rary relief Perhaps it was because 1 the White House, recently, Senator
Judge
Day,
J.
Nunan
and
Rev.
F.
G.
took so much medicine, at any rate my Fulton fully explained the public­
Strange attend the funeral of tbe late
stomach gave out aud I was troubled land situation in the state, emphasiz­
E. D. Foudray.
with indigestion und gas on the stomach
The Portland Journal, with it« usual
I ha<l a peculiarly unpleasant feeling in ing the fact that the development, of
Rev. F. G. Strange will hold services enterprise, sent inquiries to the county­
many
counties
has
been
materially
my bead and there was a uumbuess in
at the Presbyterian church Sunday, clerks of tbe state for an opinion what
E ugene , Or., Nov. 5, 1903.
my limits At this time I seemeducon and needlessly retarded by t he reck­
at
the usual time.
would be the effect of a failure to make ' Editor Daily Guard: After waiting
firmed invalid.
less withdrawal of lands for forest-re
Miss Kate Broad is teaching the a levy of taxe« for the year 1903.
“A frieud of mive induced uie to givt -erve purposes. He a'so explained
almost half a century for the small
Dr. J. W. Meservedied Friday night
Dr Williams’ Pmk Pills fur Pale Peoph the embarrassment iu which hundreds at his home in Columbia county, where
Roxy Ann district school and giving
The following reply was made by pty allowed by the government to the
atrial Of course I kuew that nothing of entrymen have b en placed by tiie he resided during the past 20 years. He
general satisfaction.
John S. Orth, clerk of Jackson county, Indian War Veterans, it does seem
was going to euro me iu on instant un<
which reflects the sentiment of a large like they should receive their pen­
over-zealous and unjustifiable meth­ leaves a widow and eleven children,
Edgar
Hafer
went
to
Medford
Wed
­
I tried them faithfully. After taking,
majority of our citizens.
ods
that
have
been
adopted
by
the
de
­
nesday,
to
meet
his
father,
C.
Hafer
of
sions without having to pay an agent
Chas.
Meserve
of
Jacksonville
being
three boxes I began to feel better aud 1
“Your inquiry relating to tax levy for an unreasonable sum; and indeed it
Council Bluffs, Iowa.
had taken thirteen boxes altogether whei partment in requiring proof on tim­ the eldest.
I was cured. I have recommended Dr ber and even homestead entries made
J. D.Cook and G. E. Howland of the the year at hand. Permit me to say in was not intended in the first place
O. Short of Klamath county has gath­
Williams’ Pink Pills to every ailing in recent months. The Senator made ered 300,000 pounds of potatoes from 65
Three Pines Mining Co. were at the reply that should there be no tax levy that any one but the veterans need
for tbe year 1903 the result would be a apply. I can name a number of my
persuu 1 have met and I am glad to do so. ’ it quite plain that the pnblic-land acres of laud, which he is selling for a
county-seat Tuesday.
Dr. Williams’Pink Pills for Pale People situation in Oregon is fast approach­
great hardship on the taxpayers of tbe comrades who made application di­
Miss Nellie Reatnes, who has been county, in that we should be compelled
are the only eminent spinal tonic aud ing a crisis, and decisive remedial ac­ cent a pound. Three thousand dollars
is
a
snug
sum
to
realize
from
a
dry
visiting
her aunt, Mrs. O. Harbaugh, to issue warrant« in addition to what rect to the Commissioner of Pensions,
their distinction in this respect is due to tion is necessary to restore confidence
who obtained their pensions at tbe
farm of that size.
returned home Sunday.
their double action, ou the blood aud
we already have outstanding. Our in­ cost of a few postage stamps, and
and
good
feeling
among
the
people.
on the nerves. No other remt dy has sc
G E. Caudle, who i* conuected with
W. N. Wright of Willow Springs debtedness is approximately «91,000, since, according to the dispatches
He said that while Oregon, as a
remarkable a list of cures to its credit.
the General Land Office, and made a
and
E L. Farra of Central Point were and the interest charge on this sum is ; from Washington, T. A. Wood, who
Even after doctors have failed, these life­ whole, indorses the forest-reserve pol­ survey of Crater Lake National Park,
recent
visitors in Mt?dferd.
rather large. Should there be no had the claims of many veterans to
giving pills have cured obstinate cases of icy, Its people do not want all the val­ has gone to Grave Creek, accompanied
tax levy we would be compelled to in­ collect, has been “tarred” from fur­
Misses
O
’
Neil
of
San
Francisco,
the
locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis, St uable lands included within reserves,
Vitus’ dance, sciatica, neuralgia, rheu­ nor do they like to have settlers hu­ by his party, to do some work for the
accomplished nieces of Rev. J. D. Mur­ crease our interest indebtedness, and ther practice in the pension office.
matism, nervous headache, the after­ miliated by the aspersion that they U. S. Government.
this we are very loath to do.
phy, have been paying him a visit.
I would suggest that they apply di­
effects of the grip, palpitation of tht are attempting to make fraudulent
There is on the docket for trial ID
The burden would be .particularly rect to tbe “Commissioner of Pen­
Jos. S. Murphy, one of Medford’s
heart, pale ami sallow complexions aud
the circuit court which convened at
tonsorial artists, visited relatives and great on the school districts and muni­ sion«, Washington, D. C.,” where
all forms of weakness either iu male or entries, when in fact they are acting Klamath Falls, Monday, one case of
friends living in Jacksonville Sunday. cipal corporations, which are absolute­ they will receive what is their due,
female. Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills foi in good faith.
murder,
four
cases
of
larceny,
one
case
ly compelled to have money with which free of cost. 1 wish also to say that I
After his conference Senator Ful­
Pale People are sold by all dealers, or
Frank Obenchain of Klamath county
of
incest,
one
of
arson,
one
of^forgery,
to
conduct their affairs. We have a received from the Auditor of the
will be sent postpaid on receipt of price, ton said he felt confident the preva­
and his family, who have been visiting
number of school districts in this coun­ Treasury of the War Department a
fifty cents a box; six boxes for two dol lent abuses would be remedied, as the one of rape and two of assault.
in Jacksonville, returned home last
ty which have contracted bonded in­ supply of blanks to be used when mak­
lars and a half, by addressing Dr. Wil President intends to take the matter
Blue prints of township maps, show-
week.
ing application for the back pay due
h a m s Medicine Co.. Schenectady, N. Y. up witn the proper officers and insist ng all vacant land, fifty cents each.
debtedness, and under the requirement many of the veterans or their heirs,
Mrs.
Jos.
L.
Clough
of
Douglas
coun
­
For reliable information concerning
a tax levy must be provided each year. which will be mailed to any one oy
upon a return to conservatism, not government land write to Frank E.
ty has been visiting in Jacksonville. Should there be no tax levy these me if return postage is sent.
only in forestry matters, but in re­ Alley, Abstracter, Roseburg, Oregon.
T he leaders of Wall street finance
Her daughter is attending St. Mary’s districts must necessarily be in default
U ncle S am H andsaker .
Wm. McClanahan, who lives in up­
in their Interest payment and in the
complain of public's distrust of them gard to ail form* of public-land en­
Academy.
tries.
establishment of sinking funds, and
per Rogue River district, was in town
and the securities they wish to sell.
WANTED.
Fred Peninger, w ho is interested in without any fault of theirs. So far as
Thi9
probably
means
that
before
Saturday.
While'in
Medford
a
short
They ascribe this decay of confidence
Jackson
county
is
concerned,
we
think
a livery stable with Bert Darling, at
to demagogic agitation against trusts— long a large amount of the area now time ago his horse fell on him, injur­
Live agents to sell Dr. White’s
Gold Hill, spent a few hours with us there should be a tax levy, even if an
withdrawn
will
be
restored
to
entry
ing him considerably, from the effects
extra session of the legislature is re­ Electric Combs, patented J md . 1, ’99.
to legislation, orthe refusal of it, by
Wednesday.
quired to make provision therefor.
Cure dandruff, hair falling out, sick
Congress—to any and every cause save and there will be a let-up in the ridic­ of which he has not yet recovered.
We are unable to see how the county | J and nervous headaches, yet cost no
Henry
Orth
and
Em.
Ingram
have
ulous
catechism
through
which
en
­
the true one, which is simply their own
Dr. Tufts and Capt. Mahone, the
been at Peliean Bay, on a hunting ex­ schools can continue in session should ’ more than an ordinary comb. Sell«
conduct. The recent change in the trymen are now put whenever they well known temperance orators, held
there be no tax levy.”
on sight. Agents are wild with suc-
pedition,
and killed quite a number of
attempt
to
prove
up
on
tt^eir
claims.
public attitude toward J. Pierpont
‘ < ess. Send 50 fur »ample (half price)
several
meetings
at
Jacksonville
the
duckB and geese.
The following is the area of pro­
Write quick. The Dr. White Electric
Morgan well illustrates the point. For
forepart of the week. They will speak
posed
forest
reserves:
Comb Co., Decatur II¡J
C. M. Adams, who has been suffering
years he has been fiercely criticised,
again in Medford this evening, and
ACRES
with an abcessin the bead. Is convalesc­
and traduced. Nevertheless he retain, Wallowa...................... MILKS.
668,160 then proceed to Gold Hill and other
. 29
ing.
He was operated on by Doctors
ed the confidence of investors, as was Joseph......................... . 14
Bert Ri :e was captured Friday
322,560 northern points.
Gale
and
Robinson.
proved by the continued wider diffusion
evening
at Merlin, after evading Sher­
La Grande.................. . 17
391,680
The foot-ball game between elevens
of steel securities, until the reduction Blue Mountain......... .136
Rev. J. D. Murphy will hold services iff Parrott of Douglas county and his
3,133,440 representing the University of Oregon
Conflict of interests between the
at the Catholic church in Jacksonville posse for ihree days. Bert, who is
of the U. S. Steel Co.’« dividends indi­ Morrow ..................... . 15
345,690 and Washington Agricultural College,
Sunday morning at 8:30 o'elock; and at about 20 years old, and had recently prune-growers and the jobhers of the
cated that those who bad thus con­ Mawry ’s Mountain .
. 3
69,120 played at Eugene Saturday, was a
tinued to repose confidence in nim had Warner Mountain ... .166
7:30 p m. also at Medford at 10:30 a. tn. been released from the Oregon peni­ Santa Clara valley has caused a de­
3,824,640
splendid one and resulted in a tie. They
been deceived. Mr. Morgan may not
Geo. Ficke, the successful miner, has tentiary, and his brother, Dan, who pression in the prune market of the
599,04C wallowed in the mud for sometime, but
have been an active party to the dam­ Additions to Cascade . M
already received an elegant sufficiency is about 20 years of age, stole four West practically unprecedented,which
aging transaction, by which many Rogue River.............. . 58
1,336,320 neither could score.
were ruined financially; but under the
of California and returned Tuesday. horses near Myrtle Point, and were may result in a panic in the business
Tbe county rock cru«her has ceased
Early in the «eason packers and job­
conditions he had to take the responsi­
Total................... 464
10,690,550
He will resume prospecting in our hills. working their way south to Galice
operations, after a abort but successful.
bers took eastern contracts for prunes
bility for it.
creek,
where
their
mother
lives.
Mr. Schafer of Milwaukee, who is
season. It broke up several thou-;
If The Baby la Cuttint Teeth.
Tney were overhauled near Riddle on a 2f cent basis, attempting to fill
connected
with the High Line Ditch,
A Scientific Discovery.
Be sure and use that old and well-tried reme­
-and tons of rock, which will be dis­
them by buying Santa Clara couniy
dy, M rs . W inslow ' s S oothing S yrup , tor was with us Tuesday, He will actively Wednesday, and Dan was captured;
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the tributed principally over the roads of
children seething. It soothes the child, soft
prunes at 2| cents. But the growers
stomach that which it is unable to do
ens the gums, allsys all pain, cures wind oolic look after the interests of that enter­ but the younger brother escaped the
Phoenix
and
Roxy
precincts.
The
Pelton-Neil
Stock
Company
a
nd
is
the
best
remedy
for
diarrhoea.
Twenty
pursuers and continued soutiiwa'd refused to sell at that pr ice. The job­
There is no other season when good for it6elf, even when but slightly dis­
prise.
was formed last week, which consists fi ve cents a bottle
bers were forced'to pay 24 cent« to fill
ordered or over-loaded. Kodol Dys­
Geo.
Bower,
who
is
in
charge
of
the
medicine ia so much needed a« in the pepsia Cure supplies the natural juices
At the morning mass in Jacksonville, closely followed by Sheriff Parrott their contracts, resulting in a heavy
cinnabar mine in Meadows district, re­ office members inclusive of the Pel-
and
deputies.
They
overtook
him
at
Sunday Rev. J. D. Murphy will join
of digestion and does the work of the
Spring.
loss.
ports that a tunnel 100 feet long has tou-Sisem >re Company of Ft rt Klam­
stomach,
relaxing
the
nervous
tension,
in wedlock Exsurey J. Bellinger of Glendale Thursday, and three shots
The blood la impart, weak and
ath.
Each
of
tiie
five
interests
of
Now the growers claim that in or­
while the inflamed muscles of that or­ been run into the mountain, with an-
Portland and Miss Mary Dickey of were fired; but Rice again escaped in­ der to recoup the jobbers are trying
impoverished—a condition indicated gan are allowed to rest and heal. Ko­ nother, 200 long, lower down. He the partnership pays the sum of «5000,
to the woods, and the next afternoon
R. V. Keller, the liypmtGt, who Sam's Valley.
by pimples and other eruptions on the dol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you speaks very favorably of the future of making tiie working cash capital
succeeded in reaching Merlin, 25 miles to cause an unnatural depression and
eat and enables the stomach and di­
Goo. E. Neuber of The Banquet, further south.
the Pelton-Neil Compiny «25,000. has b en gathering the shekels from
nave forced the price down to 24 cents.
face aud body, by deficient vitality, gestive
the
property.
organs to transform all food
over-credulous or curious people in whose prowess as a hunter is wide­
The
personnel
of
the
company
com-
loss of appetite, lack of strength, and into rich, red bl<>od. Sold by all drug­
All
points
along
the
line
had
been
At least a whole trainload of apples,
South rn Oregon by the practice of spread, while looking for big game on
gists.
want of animation.
notified to be on the watch, and dep­
which would otherwise have gone to prises G. S. Butler, L. A. Nell, J. E hlsociulj science, jumped h’s hotel
Applegate, killed a black bear weigh­ uties were sent to Merlin, the point
Pelto",
J.
C.
Mitchell,
II.
I.
Pelton,
waste, have already been converted in­
b;il of «12 ai The Oregon, Ashland’s ing 300 pounds.
where the Galice stage road* meet
to vinegar in Eugene, with a possibility L. C. Sisemore and J. W. Pelton.
The n tw company is f irmed to en­ leading hotel, Thursday, and footed
F. M. Wade, who was interested in tiie rail oad. As R’ce is well known
that half as many more will be worked
gage in the basinets of buying, feed­ it to Steinman, wi.ere lie caught the different schemes in this section in in that section, be was readily rec g-
Walter Wyland is now safe in the up before the season ends, at the vine­ ing au<1 dealing in farm livestock. train b und srutli, and that night lie former days, was on the southbound niz.ed. No tight occurred when he
Make the blood pure, vigorous and
gar factory of Ingham A Zimmer.
was captured, although be was armed
All the member* are experienced and war in Dunsmuir, Calif. He had a train, Wednesday, en route to Cali­ wi h a revolver. He was arrested by
rich, create appetite, give vitality, county jail at Lewiston, Idaho, and
will so m be tried for grand larceny,
young
fellow
with
him
a*
a
sort
of
There is a report in circulation to the well-known sto k growers and dealers
fornia. He is now located at Portland. J. P. McConnell, a store keeper,whom
strength and animation, and cure
Salt pork is a famous old-
i
helper, named Archie Fay, who regis­
effect
that
Fred
Law,
known
as
“
Tbe
he sought to rob ot a pair of shoes.
Sheriff
Schuidt
arrived
from
that,
in
cattle.
Mr.
Mitchell
belongs
all eruption«. Have the whole family
J. H. McElroy, who, with his daugh­ He made off w ith them, but was over­ fashioned remedy for con­
city Friday, and immediately left Oregon Kid,” had been killed at Sis­ to Northern California, but has been tered from M Mionville. Keller left ter, is conducting the U. S. Hotel din­
begin to take them today.
haul d, bund with rope* and turned
with bls prisoner, He is rather well son, Calif., in an affray with a man h« a heavy buyer in S< ut hern Oregon for him without a parting worl.aud Fay’s ing room, was in Medford Tuesday. over to lieputy Sheriff Sherwood sumption.
“Eat plenty of
“ Hood’s Sarsaparilla has been used in
inquiries as to iris whereab >uts ap-
He was a •ong tiinA, says tiie Tribune.
our family for some time, and always with acquainted with Wyland, and a cor­ had had trouble with before.
They are furnishing the best the mar­ when he came along.
pork,” was the advice to the
pr sed Al Fauk'-y of The Oregon of
Rood results. Last spring I was all run respondent of tbe Tidings says that tried at Yreka lately for cutting anoth­
ket affords and giv general satisfac­
consumptive 50 and 100
the disappearance of the liypu rtizer.
down and got a bottle of it, and as usual when they met exchanged greetings er gambler at Montague and acquitted
tion.
He
was
soon
located,
and
it
was
learn
­
rec ived great benefit." Miss B eulah that indicated this.
Ely’s Liquid Cream Balm is an old
years ago.
Jas. Young, the miner, and his family
ed bow he hal «prime 1 to Steinman.
Boxes, Stowe, Vt.
Sheriff Schuidt wa9 chief of police friend in a new form. It Is prepared
Salt pork is good if a man
Through the goud offices of Conduc­ were in Medford one day this week. He
Mood’s Sarsaparilla promises to of Lewiston, awhile, and was put to for the particular benefit of sufferers
A. B. Lea. h, who lias been teaching
from
nasal
catarrh
who
are
used
to
an
Frank Kassliafer, representing the
intended going to Grave Creek, on a
cure and keeps the promise.
tor
Agler
Keller
was
persuaded
to
see
The idea
the duty of “throwing in” Wyland at atomizer in spraying the diseased mem­ school in Sam’s Valley, lias been ar­ th tt it wou'd be to his advantage to prospecting expedition, but turned sheriff's office, returned from Horn- can stomach it.
divers times. The latter is wanted in branes. All the healing and soothing rested on a charge of beating a ton of pay the Oregon bill and he d d so. He back on account of the storm prevail- br.xik, Calif..Tuesday evening, having behind it is that fat is the
properties of Cream Balm are retained
ACCORDING to Senator Morgan, the Idaho for cattle stealing. Some In tbe new preparation. It does not J >hn B. Williams, aged about 12years, is a sin ’ot'r fell >w, wear.ng a good ing.
in charge one Graham, tbe light-fin­ food the consumptive needs
prob-; su’1, °f broadcioih, who naturally is
mouths
ago
he
went
into
the
herd
of
dry up the secretions. Price, includ­ quite severely. His trial ~ will
attitude of this country toward the
L. Lowe, the genial miner, arrived gered gent of mini ad ic disposition who
...
1
disinclined
io
d
fferenti
rte
any
moral
take place in Justice Gall s court distj U in b.lween t„e wile/of ,
Panama revolution is not justified by a a rancher and deliberately drove 25 ing spraying tube. 75 cents At your a ably
from Resort, Idaho, Wednesday morn­ was arrested at Montague, Calif , by most.
4, :............. M - r
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.
.
. • 1
druggist’s or Ely Brothers, 56 Warren this
or
30
of
his
teef
cattle
from
the
in
­
week. Mr. Leach is slid
to be • notism
and . any other f . >,ni of . dishou-
careful construction of the provisions
ing, accompanied by Mr. Higgins, his E. L. Niles, the efficient constable.
Street, New York, will mail it.
Scott’s Emulsion is the mod­
an ex' Kent educator, but po-sesaed lesly,wliere the e is a chauce for reve-
of the treaty, aDd is at variance with closure and marketed them. He was
He doubtless is the fellow who bur­
partner.
He
reports
that
there
is
al
­
nue> says t ,e 1 l'l‘ n,e-
Scarcity of cars on the Southern with an ungovernable temper.
precedents laid down by the United apprehended before he had cashed
ready plenty of snow in that remote glarized Sergent & Dunlap’s store at ern method of feeding fat to
States. In discussing the situation the check, however, and was placed Pacific has made shippers very restive.
Talent a short time ago, as some of the consumptive. Pork is too
region.
he said: “This is the fourth time behind the ba.’s. He filed the rivets Complaints are now many and sharp,
the articles stolen at the time were
Jane Mason McCully Cabin No. 2,
rough for sensitive stomachs.-
the United States has landed troops on off a grating with a case-knife and t nd they show up a condition of affairs
found ou him.
Native Daughters of Oregon, will give
then
pried
the
casing
out
and
depart
­
-
hose
seriousness
cannot
be
disguised.
the isthmus under cloak of the treaty.
Graham is also charged with at- Scott’s Emulsion is the most
one of their popular dancing parties at
Heretofore it has been for the suppres­ ed. His whereabouts were not known Some Oregon merchants and manufac­
tempting to break into seme of the refined of fats, especially
Orth’s Hall Thanksgiving night. Hel-
sion ot rioting, and for the protec­ until he made the “gun-play” with turers aver that they are almost entire­
«aloons of Montague, He claims to
■ man's Orchestra, of Ashland, will fur­
Charles
Gay
in
Medford.
ly
shut
out
of
tbe
Interior
California
tion of Colombia. Now that it is
have three omvaoions in crime, He prepared for easy digestion.
nish the music.
market; others that their isolation is
against the wish of Colombia, it un­
will he given a preliminary examina­
Feeding him fat in this
Under the able management of R E. tion in Jussice Flymale’» court tomor­
complete. In all lines of business the
doubtedly will provoke a just protest.
wail goes up, most vociferously, es­
G aliatn, who has had considerable row.
way, which is often the only
Colombia means war. Of that I am
pecially from dealers in lumber, forage
experience on the gridiron in Chicago,
certain. This Government will find it
way, is half the battle, but
a splendid foot-ball team is doveloping
will have a series of complications on
Gov. Chamberlain has sign tied hi* and grain.
its bands not unlike that offered by the
Scott’s Emulsion does more
in Jacksonville. It is already willing
Hon. H. B. Miller, who is U. S. Con­
Good Buildings; New Gymnasium, with modern appli­
Indians when they were met with the intention of calling the legislature
to
meet
any
e'even
in
Southern
Oregon.
than that. There is some­
territorial aggression of this Govern­ together, providing only the question sul in China, has added to his posses­
ance; fine Library; well equipped Chemical and Physical
Chris Aruo'd, who wis taken to
One of the events of the holiday
ment, and the trouble the Colombians of amending the tax law lscon*idered. sions on the Applegate, in the purchas-
Laboratory; one New School Building, with new furnish­
the insane asylum a short time since, thing about the combination
will make will be similar to that of the He has therefore written to the differ­ i<g of a tract of land adjoining his big
season will be the Thanksgiving ball
died at that institution Saturday.
ings throughout; old buildings repaired; fine Water Supply
Filipinos, with the conduct of warfare ent members of that body, asking farm in Josephine county. Tbe apple
of cod liver oil and hvpo ph os-
which will be given at Ruch's hall on
far more difficult.”
i The remains arrived in Med'ord
added;
Surroundings
Healthful;
Social
Atmosj
here
of
the
A iplegato Nov. 27th. The best of Monday and were buried in tbe Jack-1 phites in Scott’s Emulsion
them If they are agreeable to that orchard of Consul Miller Is among the
School Good and Stimulating to Best Effort on th? Part of
largest and most productive in South­
| music and supper will bo provided,
proposition.
sonville ceuie cry the following day. that puts new life into the
the Student; Living Expenses Nominal; Departments in
and no pains spared to make tbe party
Senator Carter and Representatives ern Oregon, and the whole is watered
Services were held at the residence of
weak parts and has a special
Charge of Specialists; Special Opportunities for Study of
a success.
dwell and Cantrall fa ver an extra by a big Irrigating ditch from Apple­
Mrs. E. Ilockenyo*, a sister of the de­
gate.
The
recenliy
purchased
tract
For men who toil
Vocal
and
Instrumental
Music
Afforded.
1 On Sunday last, at the morning mass ceased, Rev. W. F. Shields i fficlatlng. action on the diseased lungs.
session of the legislature, but all of
¡in Ashland, Rev. J. p. Murphy united
them are not io accord with tiie Gov­ will also be in reach of the ditch.
Send for Catalogue to
Mr. Arnold was a native of Baden,
A sample will be
! T.
Dugan and Miss Mary Sidley, tn Germany, and nearly 61 years old. He
ern >r’a Idea*.
Charles W. Clark, son of Senator
sent
free upon requ&t.
t'
e
presence
of
a
largo
congregation.
Tm re are few of the citizms of Clark ot Montana, is making an in
had been a resident of this county for
B. F. MULKEY, President
T.
ey
were
attended
by
the
bride
’
s
Be
sure
that this picture in
Southern Oregon wno are not in favor vestigation of the Clark bydraul|3
a number of years. Industrious and
the form of a label is on the
‘
brother
and
sister.
Mr.
Dugan
Is
a
placers
in
Juiup-off-Joe
district.
Tbetfi
of an extra session of the legislature,
wrapner of every bottle oi
upright, jje had the esteem of all who
Emulsion vou buy.
for a failure tooollect the usual quota were formerly the property of the lut
knew him, and many will regret to
SCOTT &
of taxr«, even for oae year, might Joseph Clark of Los Angeles, but were i r
leirn of his sad end.
Coppe r-riv«ted
BOWNE,
prove quite detrimental to tiie best taken by his wife and Senator Clark I
WANTED.
after tbe former’s death. The mines j
CHEMISTS,
interest« * f uur st lie an 1 county.
are among the best equipped hydraulic j
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
Th' ui designed w «he« to let a
placers in Southern Oregon, and con- i
50c. and «1; all druggists.
has stood the test 25 years i. Average Annual Sales over One and a Half MHlioii
riel 11 plow 50 sere« o' land, free
CA.UTORIA.
tain
a
large
acreage
of
rich
ground,
i
toll
...
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r
Apply
to
ma
at
L.
Nlcde
m
y-
.k-
IM Kind You Have Always Bought
bottles. Does this record of merit appeal to you?
No Cure, No Pay.
50c.
,a ’.* farai, one mUe north or Jackson four Cold Curoo for Sa
They will be worked on a large t-'^lej
W«ilni~1 with «very boOia htTvn
packag« of Grove*» Black Koot» Uvwr PM»._________
ville.
AUOVST BVHL i
thia season.
A
I
Considerable rain has fallen during
the last few days; in fact, it was the
first storm of moment that has prevail­
ed since early last spring.
Farmers feel much elated since mois­
ture began to fall Friday, and a large
area will be put in grain, should there
be a cessation of wet weather.
J. J. Pankey, the well-known fisher­
man, is makiug some big hauls, and
keeps the market well supplied with
choice fish. He is hard to beat.
Snowy Butte Lodge No 138, A. O.
U. W.. will give a Thanksgiving party
Good music and supper will he provid­
ed, and nothing left undone for its suc­
cess.
Geo. W. Nichols, the well-known
stockman, will soon open a butchershop
¡n M.dford, in the building formerly
used for that purpose by tho Southern
Oregon Pork Packiug Co.
There will be a game of football at
Philadelphia, Nov. 28th, between the
West Point and Naval Academy elev-
eus. Cadet Thomas W. Hammond ol
Ashlaud is a member of the former.
A New Livestock Company
Spring Medicine
A Sprinter Hypnotist
Hood's Sarsaparilla How Wyland Came to Grief.
and Pills
A Teacher Arrested
Southern Oregon
to It.
State Normal School,
Ashland, Ore
Levi Strauss <5 Cols
Ove r*
Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic
A Tax Law Should he Passed
Of Interest to Veterans.
Young Horsethief Captured
Prune Market is Shaky