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WcRDS ARE G uu O WHEN BACKED BY DEEDS?'
Doing Away With Cups.
OUR LEADING INDUSTRY
Mrs. Clarence Johnson of Ashland Is
The Board of Etlucatlcn of • an
The gathering of the apple crop in
teaching tbe Antioch school.
lias inaugurated an im
Printed Every Wednesday, by
Mrs. M. D. Harbaugh and Miss Anna the Rogue River valley has been prac
departure at the new
“ I bad a terrible cold and could
Keegan were Medford visitors Thurs tically completed, and the work of
Times Printing Company
Noe Valley School, in the way of
hard'y breathe- I then tried Ayer s
Cherry Pector u, and it ¿¡»ve me im
drinking appliances which it i" I'ro
C has . N ickell , Editor and Mgr.
market is now in full progress. A
o - j -. ii m
School Superintendent Daily has
posed to make universal Ihroughout
W. C. La/ton, Sidell, Ill.
conservative estimate made by Hon.
been at Ashland aud Medford several
t'ie department as speedily as possible,
John D. Olwell, the well-known horti
io the end that tbe pupils may
culturist, places the apple yield of
One Year, in advance...
Hoxv will your cough
preserved from the meuace of germs.
Tbe old-time drinking cup, common
las county, are visiting in Medford and at from 150 to 175 carloads. Ot this
to all who might use it, will be done
ably. For it’s first a cold,
product, it is estimated tint 60 car
Advertisements inserted at reasona
then a cough, then bron
Win. Cameron, a prominent citizen loads will be turned over to t.tie S. P.
ized a fountain which renders need
of Applegate, and his daughter, Miss Go. at Central Point, 60 carloads at
chitis or pneumonia, and
For all aches from head to foot
less the use of a drinking cup at all.
Ada, were among our recent visitors.
Medford, 14 at Talent, 10 at Aslt'and,
at last consumption.
Entered at the i’uelofiice al Jacksonville. Ore.,
The apparatus is so arranged that
as Second Class Mall Mutter
Wild geese are winging their way and something less than the latter
Coughs always tend
t ie pressure of a convenient spring
southward. There has been a largo amount at Gold Hill and Phe n'x.
The prices bFtug paid tlie growers is
number of them in the valley lately.
S trange as it may appear, Tom
has curativo qualities
Bert Brown, having disposed of his tlie best in tlie history of the in
Johnson conducted his campaign for
to reach tho
difficulty todrink the water projected
taking Ayer’s Cherry Pec
interests iu Medford, left for Portland
governor of Ohio without a campaign
into the air.
and Spitzcnliergs are commanding
PAINS and ACHES
fund. Though well able and with a rep
The fountain is to be so arranged
fiotti #1 to #1 50 per box f. 0. b., arid
Tbrev sixes: He-. *.. $1.
utation for generosity, he put no mon
Miss Blanche Toft will leave for Oro
of tho human family, and to re
Ben Davis 75c to $1.
lieve and cure them promptly.
ey into circulation amoug tho voters.
ville, Cal., iu a short time, to take a
the drinker to be placed upon it., aud
Consult ,eur doctor. If !be -jri
and Spiiz.enbergs predominate, and
■ ■■ ’ ■■ 1
position in II. Mann's printing office.
there is a large percentage of the fiuit
T hat E x -C ongressman M oody ,
Loare tl ”‘bjhl“'ATBK w T uiw M». »<*««■
now recognized in all school depart-
Bertha Faueett is suing Jeff Faucett of these varieties high grade, so it is
against whom an indictment was found
< I menus as a very grave feature of the
for a divorce in Siskiyou county, Calif estimated that the price paid growers < ►
by the U. S. Grand Jury, for opening a
use of drinking vessels, is, as a result,
They are former residents of Apple for their export apples will average
lettbr not his own, will have no trouble
done away with.
alm st $1.25 pit- box. Calculating
in establishing his innocence, is firmly
D. Bruly and his family, who have that the tinal returns will show ship A h Ohls* Mnn'e Plan For t-Jney *>»d
believed by his many friends. He was
—New York World.
been living at Jacksonville for some
l'ruiii ilile I oruilng.
indicted by a bare majority of the jur
time past, are now residents of Wood eacii, or in round uuutbers 100,000
Rye is a crop that can be grown and
ors, we are informed.
R. G. GALt. M. D
bat'i < sti-tl l-v lit e stock with very lit-
creases tbe cost of doing business and ville.
tlie gross returns to the growers in
T he price of seats in the New York
of transporting goods. In these ways
H. E. Ankeny and V. Cook, of the this valley for their export crop in tie if ; i.y lo;< It is the only email Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. Office iu Orth’s Building.
tvi. ch we are familiar
grain » o', v
the tariff enters Into tlie price of nearly Sterling Mining Co., who have been at
stock exchange has dropped heavily of
Hours—2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m
4'ully L>e h.milled in
late. Seats that sold for #80,000 not A Simple Plan Which Makes a all goods, including many on the free the mines, loft for the north Thursday of #125,000.
V. <ay < in Ohio Farmer writer,
list. Even when you buy flour, meal, evening.
your kidneys once every three minutes.
inauy months ago can now be readily
1 he crop can be best utilized by the
The kidneys are your Jacksonville
had for #50,000. Of course, in the gen
blood purifiers, they fil
tariff cost of steel rails, of structural
from tbe valley amount to 75 earloads,
eral slump wildcat securities have
definite idea of how much
ter out the waste or
material In bridges and buildings and ; : H. D. Reed, one of Gold Hill’s mer most of wliicii have been snipped from b IVC :
A. E. REAMES,
tiier. ÍS ill lue vrup tin he makes it
impurities in the blood.
struck bottom, while those of unques VOTE FOE 10 PER GENT ADV ANGE. of tlie paint, glass, tin plate, etc., used I chants, spent a few hours in Medford
Medford, the Voorh its orchard supply a study and puts f )F;h strong effort
If they are sick sr out
tioned standing have suffered. Too
in cars, depots, steamers, warehouses, i : Thursday.
ing a large proportion of these ship to sow it cvervwhere
of order, they fail to do
much specu'ation,gambling in fact. It
stores, etc. About 10 j>er cent of your
ments. Tlie varieties include the farm. vii our turrn ot eighty-six acres.
rent goes for the extra tariff cost of
looks as if we are on the verge of a
«-Office I d Red Men's Building.
by the Tariff—Vote It Off, aud tbe building your home and of keeping It In joined at Jacksonville by his wife, who Bartletts, D'Anjou, Clargo, Cornice with seasonable rains, there will be
matism come from ex
financial panic that the powers that be
Average Family Will Have $1OO repair. The trusts which charge two I has been visiting atPortland. Their son aud the Winter Nellis, and the aver rye growing in October on forty-five
cess of uric acid in the
are trying to avert.
age price paid has been #1.10 per box. acres, more than one-half of tlie farm,
ROBT. G. SMITH.
blood, due to neglected
More to Speud Aunualljr—Study tbe or tliris» prices for glass, tin plate, lead, John is paying them a short visit.
pipes, nails, screws, etc., all present j W. K. Price of Tolo, W. A. 4_)wen of Five hundred boxes of pears fill a car, that will furnish pasture for a great kidney trouble.
Kidney trcuble causes quick or unsteady ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
T he annual report of W. A Rich
their bills to you through your laud- ' •Central Point and J. C. Whipp of Ash making 37.500 boxes in all, and Lite re amount of stock and can best be saved
beats, and makes one feel as though
Grant's Pass, Oregoa.
lord. You do not see these trusts or ;
ards, commissioner of the general land
land were among those in Medford 37,500 boxes, lor this jear.will amount Jambs being fatted for market.
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
office, says in the past year there was can raise their wages 10 per cent with realize how much tariff there is in your j during the past week.
to $41,250, says the Ashland Tidings.
For twenty years the land has been over-worki.ig in pumping thick, kidney-
practices all the courts Office tn Bank
a large decrease in the number of sup out a strike. They can do this by vot bill, but they get your money just the I
regularly in rotation, wheat, clo poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
building up atalrs
D. McCarthy, the veteran locemo-
It used to be considered that only urinary
posedly fraudulent land entries over ing for men who will abolish the ac- same. The great steel trust collects
tariff taxes averaging $5 per family. tive engineer, and his family Will reside Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is ver and com. the hay and corn being troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
the preceding year. He attributes cursed systeiu of tariff “protection,”
fed out on tlie farm and the manure, bat now modern science proves that nearly
Pleasant to Take
Because you do not buy steel rails or
J. M. KEENE. D. D. S
their decrease largely to an order of which adds 10 per cent to the cost of other steel goods you may Imagine ; in Albany during lhe coming winter,
with much hauled from town, put on all constitutional diseases have their begin
the Secretary of the Interior, dated
sugar is used in the manufacture of the land. Under this treatment the ning in kidney trouble.
that you do not pay your share of the
If you are sick you can make no mistake JPERATIVE DENTISTRY A SPECIALTY
Julia A. Gault of McMinnville, grand Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and tte laud lias grown gradually better. There
November 12, 1902, directing the in labor. A saving of 10 per cent in ex- tariff profits ($75.000.4X10) of this great
Offices .n tbe Adkins Deuel block
first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
vestigation of all entries made in the peases is equivalent to an advance of est of all trusts. You are mistaken. president of the Native Daughters of roots used in its preparation give it a is a vast amouut of labor connected by
*nd the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
The tariff trusts go over this protected Oregon, is making the cabins at Jack
states of California, Oregon and Wash
Il quite pleasant to take. W. L. Rod by circumstances beyond our control Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
ington. Under this order alone 10,000 increase in wages, for actual wages country with a tine comb. They miss sonville and Ashland an official visit.
erick. of Poolesville, Md., in speaking to abandon as far as possible. Itye soon realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
P. P. PRIM A SON,
have been suspended, and there are are not money, but the goods which nothing worth mentioning.
Gen. Frederick Funston, commander of this remedy, says: “I have used crops without harvesting and thrash and is sold on its merits
now fifteen special agents of the land
st TORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
Worklngnu-n sell labor and buy of each item has been estimated in the of the Department of the Columbia, was my children for several years and can ing will l>e tbe principal feature iu by all druggists in frfty-
office in that region engaged in ferret
cent and one-dollar siz
goods. It is to their interest to have
ing out the fraudulent entries.
] en route to his headquarters at Van- of the kind 1 know of. Tue children will not grow it as we do and “hog it es. You may have a
labor dear and goods cheap. How can « penditures for a few articles.
like to lake it and it has no injurious dowu” for fear of the voluntary crop __
The per capita consumption of sugar
Will practice in all courte of the Siate. Ot
a tariff on goods protect labor? A tar in 1902 was 72.8 pounds, or about 326 ] couver.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
after effect. For sale by all druggists. spoiling tbe clover crop following.
nee in the Court House last aoor on ine
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
No special session of the Legislature iff on goods, by barring ont foreign
rtrbl from entrance
pounds per family. The average retail
As to this, a volunteer crop of rye Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
will be called this year, to remedy the goods, makes it easy for our manufac price iu New England was not less nalist of many years’ experience,is pay
which we had in clover would have Sc Co . Binghamton. N. Y.
defects in the Phelps taxation and turers to form trusts aud put up prices. than 5L_, cents per pound, or $18 per ing Southern Oregon a visit. He was
A. C HOUGH,
been an advantage had we wanted to
Don’t make any mistake, but re-
assessment law, unless it shall be dem This they have done. Prices of goods family. The government collected a editor of a uewspaper printed at Jack
make hay of the crop. Tbe rye pre mcmlier the name. Swamp-Root, Dr.
onstrated to the satisfaction of Gov are now 35 per cent higher than in tariff tax of $53.033,511, or $3 per sonville many years ago.
vented the clover lodging, as it would Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad Great's Puss,
Il is rather startling to read the re
ernor Chamberlain that correction of 18H", when tbe Dingley bill, which family, but it collected on only 3,031.■
Ashland has an anti-saloon league, marks of Surgeon-General Sternberg surely Lave done without 1L Cut for dress, Binghamton, N. Y., on every
Office over Halr-R.ddle Hardware Store
Lay. the rye in it would not have been bottle.
this law is absolutely necessary for the greatly increased tariff duties on goods, 915.875 pounds, while we paid it on the i Dr. D. M. Brower is president; B.- F.
protection of the public service, and to became law. Trusts and monopolies
, Mulkey, Philo Fuller Phelps and Wm.
prevent the placing of state, count}' now control the prices of nearly every While the duty on refined sugar is only Penter vice-presidents; A. L. Kitchin ject <>f consumption, liis statement out on the farm as it always is here Do Yoti Enjoy
H. D. NORTON,
1.95 eeuts per pound nominally, yet,
that 150,000 people die evtry year of If stacked in tbe field there was
and city employes at the mercy of war thing. But tho I »ingley bill did not because of the countervailing duty lev secretary; M. Votaw treasurer.
T1OK NEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
consumption and typhoid fever is well enough rye in it if the stacks were
rant brokers. The Governor so de put a duty on labor to keep out foreign ied to offset the export bounty paid by
You can eat whatever and whenever you
carefully raked down to shed the rain.
Grant'» Pass, Oregon.
clared himself in an interview, and ers and protect workingmen. It left Germany and other countries, the actu
Using rye instead of wheat and not like If you take Kodol. By tho use of this
further said he was doubtful whether labor on the free list and 3.4XJO immi I al duty is about 2.25 cents. Including Ashland a few weeks ago, was a mem think. Dr. Hurley of Indianapolis, harvesting it brings us up against the remedy disordered digestion and diseased
a depleted state and county treasury, grants a day. or nearly l.iAMJ.tXW a year, the profits on the tariff tax, it is cer ber of Knights of tbe Maccabees. His who also sp ke at a meeting of tt:e fact that we are without betiding for stomachs are so completely restored to
ffice above S P. D £ L Co '• Store.
health, and the full performance of their
due to enforced non-collection of taxes, are landing in this country to compete ' tain that we pay nearly 3 cents i>er life was insured for $2000 in favor of American Public Ht alt It Association the stock For a time no doubt this functions naturally, that such foods as would
would be as great an evil as a special with American workingmen and keep ' pound more for sugar than we would his mother, who has already received a lattly in session in Washington, dis need can l»e met by purchasing straw, tie one Into a double-bow-knot are eaten
cussed tiie same subject, ptylng spec as many farmers within an area of without even a “rumbling" and with a posi
session of the Oregon Legislature.
wages dowu. Many strikes are lost or pay if there were no tariff on it In draft for the money.
fact, before England put a duty on
The board of pension examiners » ial refeietice to the transportation of two or three miles sell their straw to tive pleasure and enjoyment. And what is
partly lost because of this steady in sugar, two years ago, it was selling
more— these foods are assimilated and
men buying it for factory purposes.
consisted of seven members, diseased individuals.
Into the kind of nutriment that
T he Republicans will have complete flow of foreigners, ail looking for work. there for alaiut 2 cents and was so
There is no small grain crop grown
Take the case of the boot and shoe cheap that it was fed to stock to fatten was in session at Medford several days
la appropriated by the blood and tissues.
control of the Fifty-eighth Congress,
workers ot Massachusetts and see what it. At 2^ cents per pound the tariff I last week. (Juitea number of veterans
Kodol is the only digestant or combination
which meets in extra session on they pay for tariff “protection'’ and
rye, aud this advantage is much en
on sugar taxes each family over $8 a ' presented themselves. Otto Sues, cated titan lepr sy. Yet, he said, and hanced when the crop is not cut, but ot digestants that will digest all classes of
November 9th. The majority in the how little they get for their money
food. In addition to this fact. It contains, tn
year, ouly $3 of which roaches our na special pensiou agent, was also present.
Senate will be twenty-four and in tho less than nothing.
would start a riot if a leper were allowed to fall on the land and be assimilative form, the greatest known tonic
Don’t forget Prof. Ritner's lecture
House thirty. Many new faces are
The 1902 report of the bureau of la
taken into a passenger coach or a gathered by the stuck on the farm. and Kodol
Sugar is only one of hundreds of ar
cures Indigestion, dyspepsia and all
seen among the members who arrive in bor of Massachusetts tells us that the ticles coming under the “groceries"
public gathering. He accounted for turing sheep will be found the most disorders arising therefrom.
Washington. Twelve Senators will see uverage number of persons employed item. In a similar way the tariff cost * evening. He is well qualified to speak the great number of ca-es of con-
desirable animals to use. as they will Kodol Digests What You Eat
their first service, except for the ten in the boot aud shoe industry in 1902 of woolen clothing is estimated at $10 ! on the subjeot he has ehoaes.
siti.ptiou by the lack of thorough not injure the land by tramping when
Makes the Stomach Sweet.
¡>er family and the tariff cost of other
only. Ratular sir«. #1.00. boldine 2 K times
days’ extra session of the Senate last
Abstracts made to Titles of
paid were $3u.o95,854. This makes the
tbe Mai eue. which Mils for 50 carts.
spring. There will be 118 new mem average wages $491.49 each per year. clothing at $24) per family. The allow institution and should l»e encouraged individuals ate permitted to mingle the plan through the year, the only
ance for tariff cost of liquors does not !every way.
bers in the House, among them Wil The average workingman's family con
in crowds, to visit public places aud element barring success is lack of
include the increased cost because of
sllsinc drawn up sspecisUvpertatnlnr 10
Mrs. Sophie Ex-kelson arrived in to live in other ways as their more moisture.
liam Randolph Hearst, who aspires to tains about four aud one-half persons, the internal revenue taxes.
tbe settlement ot estates.
the Democratic nomination next year. at least two of whom work for wages. amounts to $20 or $30 more per family.
Accounts S)licited, Prompt Remittance.
Mr. Gorman will attempt to lead the The yearly wages of tbe average fain
Thus at a fair estimate the tariff on where she is in the employ of Mn>.
Isolation in cases of consumption is profitable on thousands of farms
goods adds $109 to the cost of living of ; Ij»na McCoy, the well-known florist, bee miing mote and more recognized where wheat has been grown for years
Democratic minority in the Senate, ily. then, are about $983.
past and is still being grown, never
The report of this same bureau In the average family of the boot and : She returned to that city Sunday, ae-
securities a npecialt». JackFOe
and as he, too, has presidential aspira
as the only method of checking tbe paying expenses, the land constantly
Jougt; Scrip bought and sold.
tion, he will be watched more closely 1901 on "Prices and the Cost of Liv shoe workers. Only $13.75 of this tax ! companied by her children, for perma- spread of the disi ase. And yet it is growing poorer, while tbe use of rye
set of maps of all surveyed
ing” estimates that families with In reaches the government, which is less 1 nent residence.
lands in this county, and receive Abstracts
comes from $750 to $1,200 a year spend than the average ($14.20) per family
will continually add to the fertility of
moLtbly from Roseburg Lsnd Office, the Lard
Department of the O. A C. R. R. and the State
Henry Jones, the Evans creek stock- In the first place there are too many of the soil and i>ay a profit as it goes
certain percentages for certain items collected last year. It thus appears
Land Department at Salem of all new entries
T he General Board of the Navy, of of expenditure. Based upon these per that tbe average family spends $888 man, who so mysteriously disappeared theru, and in the second place the along. It will not come in a lump as
xa<Ie I am thus prepared to m»kr out home
stead papers and take proofs thereon. Also 1
which Admiral Dewey is President, has centages. but making allowances for for goods and for legitimate taxes and from Grants Pass several months ago, public has yet to be educated up to when a grain crop is sold, but it will
take Slings and proofs of timber lands, and
mapped out plans for the protection of expenditures for liquors and tobacco gives $95.25 each year to the tariff is still missing. The consensus of public the necessity for such action. Until; be coming in all the time.
can save to part.es the expeiac ot a trip
to the Roseburg land office
A merican interests in the far East in of $50 per family, which appears to trusts. These trusts, then, Increase the opinion is that he left for parts un the education of the public is com
ba«e a Number Hf FtneFarma sad stbsr
the event of a war between Japan and
known, and that he was not the victim plete we can only urge on those hav-;
Desirable Property 1s m> toaada tar
estimates, we get the following as the As the wages and expenditures of the
R umi ». In such an event Rear-Ad tariff taxes paid by the average family
of foul play, as many supposed at first. ing consumptive patients In their
miral Evans, commander of the Asiatic of workers In the boot and shoe indus
reply made to all let ters. Chars
workers are about 13 per cent greater
J. W. Slinger, the successful stock-
tbe “they” thus so boldly apostro-
'S in accordance with ’he times
fleet, would be instructed to send squad try:
than those of the average working man. has purchased the Fred Downing tion. the utmost respect for tbe safety phized? We may say with one of the
Refers, by permission. Hon. H. K. Hanna
rons to the Manchurian ports of Muk
Tariff tax paid.
,-udge of the 1st Judcial District, and to any
man’s family in the manufacturing in ranch, one of the best located in Lake of others.
fathers, “I know when you do not ask
business house In Jacksonville.
den and Antung, which under the
me,” but how difficult it is to get near
SILAS J. DAY
Amount eminent. trusts. dustries of this country we may con Creek district. There are 240 acres,
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
terms of the Chinese treaty with this Rent ........................... Î1Ù8.42
er! We all have these mysterious
$10.00 clude that the average tariff cost per
family for tbe whole country is about
country are to be opened to American Furniture and
Druggists refund tbe money if it falls to cure. “they” on our lips, and yet we cannot
and that tbe abolition of tariff state of cultivation. The price is pri- Jrove'a signature is on each box. 26c
define them. Yet. though we cannot
trade. At a recent meeting of the Joint
ntshlngs ............... 25.36
FINEST FLAVOR and
vatc, though reported to be in the
define “they.” partly because there are 1
2.00 duties would save this much per fam
Army and Navy Board the question of Fuel and light........ 52.98
ABSOLUTE PURITY raw
Groceries ................ 240.79
25.06 ily and reduce the cost of living at neighborhood of #4000.
many of them and partly because
G LJXX P-i
risi T E_ £. o
proved proper defenses for the Phil Meat, fish and ice. 153.77
CENTRAL POINT NOTES so
5 (K» least 10 per cent.
none of the great elemental things like
ippines was considered. The board Milk ........................... 34.60
Why do the voters vote to tax them
time, love, death and sleep are capable
A number of teams have been engag
did not hesitate to say that the islands Personal expenses 134
Dr. J. Hinkle spent a day at Gold of definition, we can still know aud say
5 O’ . selves so heavily to fatten the trusts?
.50 Why not vote to keep the $95 which
were in a defenseless condition, and Education .............. 173
Hill Iist week.
a great deal about “they.” “They” in 1
the Jackson County I.umber Co., in
that Congress should be asked to pro Newspapers
periodicals .......... 10.42
Miss Maude Rff>p*y of Gold Hili Dolly Winthrop’s month m«4ant Provl- (
so much extra to spend on your fam Poorman's Creek district, and pur
vide for the erection of fortifications Religion and char-
deuce. “I wouldn't speak ill o' this j
relatives here last week.
ity ........................... 13.04
100 ily? Try it!
BYRON W. HOLT.
chased by the Ashland Mfg. Co. to
world,” she wus accustomed to say, ;
which would render Manila and tiubig Societies
Mrs. E. C. Sherman of A’hlat.d is "seeing them as put us in it knows |
Medford. There are over a million feet,
Bay Invulnerable to an attack from the
ions ........................ 11 30
A Protective Paradox.
best." In her sense It is of course:
Insurance ............... 22.60
and much of it is of a superior quality. visiting relatives here this week.
A paradox is the duty on wheat flour A large portion will be shipped to Ash
rarely used, though tbe slang expres |
travel tor recre-
of 25 per cent ad valorem, for If the
lectweiein after supplies last week. sion “as good as they make ’em” re
ation ....................... 12.48
T he fight against Senator Smoot
calls it. Still, “they” has generally a
Mrs. Houston of NevadiCity, Calif., slightly mysterious significance. Wheu
of Utah will not come up in the extta-
The County Commissioners' court
from work ...........
.a like the manufacturers of other arti
ordinary session of Congress; but when Sickness and fu-
cles they could add the 25 per cent pro was in session last week. The principal is piying Mrs. T. W. Herriott a visit. we say it we allude to some power we I
neral expenses .. 2713
3. "O tection to the price they charge, or
it does come up it will be an extra Other
Misses Tillie and Martha Black of cannot define or to tbe incomprehensi
business transacted was the read
expenses .... 37.63
nearly that, and yet no foreign flour justment of precinct boundaries to con upper Rogue liver are packing appl-.s ble element in some set of people.—
ordinary fight. The opposition to Liquors, malt, dis-
Of any Township in the
Smoot will be of the most vigorous Tobacco ................... 16.00
4M The price of flour that Is exported is form to the wishes of the people living at Olwell Bros.’ orchard.
Roseburg Land District.
character imaginable. The religious
$95 a fixed by the law of supply and demand phonious name of Pooh Bah will no
organizations that are interesting
term of school in Pursel district and
In partial explanation of the table <n the markets of the world, where the longer be in existence, much to the re
themselves in the case have already
Prtq a ed for Filing on Hume g
Miss Julia Nash began one in Wat-
surplus from all countries which pro
begun their campaign by flooding the it may be said that tbe tariff. by in duce more than they can themselves lief of its citizens.
or Timber Claims
For Infants and Children.
country with anti-Smoot literature. creasing the prices of nearly all art! consume is sold In competition, ho that
Z # bè »“Special Attention given to Z
cles. Increases the cost of buildings
If you don’t want to get “stuck” for friends of both are wishing I hem
The charge on which the case against cars, railroads, boats. etc. It thus iu neither the farmers nor the millers are
7 Matters In Connection with r
15cents, look out fora mucilage ped much success.
protected by the duty on flour.
■ the U. 8. Land Office.
Smoot will mainly rest will be that he
dler who is heading this way. He has
is guilty of taking and maintaining
H. A. Perkins has sold his properly
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been selling his article in the Willanietl
plural wives. A minister of the gospel
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
valley,and when the purchaHer tries to
x Marks Bld.,Roseburg, Or ■
residing iu Salt Lake City is the author
use it after he has gono she will dis
J. W. Merritt received a carload of
of the charge. Apostle Smoot denies
tbe seat of tlie disease. Catarrh cover there is no stick to it. While Hour from Monroe, Benton county*
this charge with all the vigor and ex Tne two leaders i f I lie II >)y Roller reach
is a blood or constitutional disea.-e she is saying a few words to herself recently.
plicitness possible in a denial. Aside fame, who have been causing so much and in older to cure it you must take
concerning the fraud she turns the
“Auntie” Sears, a sister of Granville
from this direct charge it will be disturbat.ee in Corvallis, have left for internal remedies.
bottle over and finds in an inconspie- Sears, who lias bteo in poor health
urged that the Mormons as a class will parts unknown. They evidently were Cure is taken internally, a> d acts di
( ri the blood and mucous sur uous place “guaranteed to give satis for some time, is reported as being in
practice polygamy, and that Smoot, as informed that a mob of citizens were rectly
faces. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is not a faction until used.”
a critical condition.
au “apostle,” sanctions it, believes in it
quack medicine. It was prescribed by
F. W. Southard, who recently pur
one of the heat physicians in this
and encourages it.
ant ride out of town on a rail. If country far years and is a regular pre- phine county celebrated their golden chased the Farra farm, is an ex per’
they had remained 24 hours longer scription. it Is composed of the best wedding anniversary on Sunday, ienced pluml»er, having worked in
is the most famous of trans
FROM SOUTH AFRICA
tonics known, combined with the best
that city would certainly have bten blood purifiers acting directly on the October 18th. Mr. Hayes was born in Chicago forseveral jears.
continental trains via Omaha
the center of another scandal. The mucous surfaces. The perfect combi Cuyahoga County, Ohio, March 1,1820.
Mrs. Addie Schwab and her daugh
New Way or Using Chamberlain's
—Between Omaha ami Chi
la Absolutely PUKE, and will
family who destroyed their household nation of tlie two ingredients Is what Miss Charlotte Abbott wus born in ter, late arrivals from Lillidale coun
cago it runs via the
OUTWEAR all other Leads.
ty, Mich., are vlsitit g J. H. Gay and
Arthur Chapman writdog from Dur
curing catarrh. Send for testimo
ban, Natal, South Africa, as ya: “Asa
wife. Mrs. S. is a niece of the latter.
nials free. F. J. C henu y & Co.,
If vour local dealer does not carry
proof that Chamberlain’s Cough Rem to their senses and iiave replaced tiie
in 1852, and. were married at Salem
Props , Toledo, O.
it write to us aud we will see that you
The Epworth League gave a birth
edy is a cure for old and young, 1 pen furniture they sacrificed with new.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
October 18, 1853. Nine children were
day party at the G. A. II. hall Tues
you the billowing: A neighbor of mine
Hall’s Family Pills are tlie best.
born to them, seven of whom are living.
ad a child Just over two months old.
day eveninz. Coffee and cake were
Best Lliumcnt on Earth
All the children, eight grand-children
It had a very bad cough and the par
‘eiied fiee of charge, the recipient]
Double daily sei vice Port
ents did not know what to give it. 1
and many relatives and friends were
Henry D. Baldwin, SupL City Wa:
being requested tecontrit uteas many (
to Chicago via this
suggested that if they would get a ter Works, Shullsburg, Wis., writes,
present. Mr. and Mrs. Hayes have
pennies as they were years old.
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Reme “I Iiave tried many kinds of liniment
The undersigned wish to buy be lived on their farm near Grants Pass
dy and put some upon the dummy hut 1 have never received much bene
teat the baby was sucking, it would fit until 1 used Ballard’s Snow Lini tween 200 and 500 feet of hydraulic for 38 years, having moved there from
no doubt cure the child. This they ment for rheumatism and pains. I pipe, 10 or 11 inch, in good order.
Eugene in 18415. They have numerous
Ih» HiM Y h H» w Always Boujtil
Address at once
H. S ROWE. General Agent.
did ard brought ab >ut a quick relief: think it tbe best liuiineut on earth,
friends, who wish them many happy
M ahan &, H afer ,
and cured the l>aby.” This remedy h 25c, 50c, #1.00. Sold by Dr. J. Iflnkle,
Xar sale bv all druggists.
j Central Point, Ore.
St. Jacobs Oil
A WAY TO RAISE WAGES
Spread of Consumption
as «.I. Day
Real Estate Agent
and U. S. Commissioner
for Jackson County.
FRANK E. ALLEY,
The Kind You Have Always Bought
The Pretenders Levanted
Weeks & Baker
Medford Furniture Co., & St. Paul Railway
Butler, Funeral Di
rector. Day Phone
Main 353. Night
Phone Main 251.