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Bem ce restie firnes REPUBLICAN PROMISES
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■ 1 Month*
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ELECTION Monday, June 6, 1904
For Supreme Judge:
THOMAS O’DAY......... of Multnomah
For Fond and Dairy Commissioner:
8 M DOUGLAS...................... of Lane
JOHN A.JEFFREY of Marton County
T H CRA W FOLD.. of Unlon County
W. B MILLER..of Columbia County
J H SMITH ......... of Clatsop County
For Congressman First District:
ROBT. M VEATCH................ of Lane
> or Circuit J udge First Judicial District
J AMES R. NEIL....
For District Attorney Jackson and
A. E REAMES.................... of Jackson
For Joint Representative Jackson and
W. O. BRIDGES...................of DouglM
H. 8 EVANS....................... of Ashland
J. J. &OUCK...................... of Gold Hill
For County Judge:
CHAS. PRIM................ of JnoksonvUle
For County Commissioner:
W. L. MCCLURE............ of Gold HUI
J. M. RADER................ of Eagle Point
For County Clerk:
JOHN 8 ORTH.........of Jacksonville
O. H.MILLER .................. of Medford
FRED E. FURRY..............of Phoenix
ROBT. B. DOW ............. of Medford
For School Superintendent:
GUS SAMUEL8.... of Central Point
F. ROUNDTREE......... of Jacksonville
DR. H P HARGRAVE....of Medford
J udge H anna wm at Medford and
Ashland tfiis week, meeting with a
number of other candidates to ar
range a plan of campaign. He has
bra.d of tbe criticism ot his official act*
th-t has become universal aad la great
ly exeroiaed over the prospects of his
impending defeat. Judge Hanna hae
been in office tbe greater portion of the
past 32 years, and the prevailing opin
ion ia that it ia high lime to allow some
one else to act m circuit judge, for tbe
future weltaie of tbe people, especially
m be Is about 74 years old now and
would be nearly e ghty If ha nerves
term. There ta much complaint that
be has beoome Irascible and prejudiced
on tbe bench; and ba hM developed a
remarkable fondoean for corporations
that ta unfavorable to tbe people'a beet
T hat the direct primary nominating
amendment to Indorsed by such broad
minded and thoughtful men as Sena
tor Mitchell. Mayor Wil Ha ma and Gov
ernor Chamberlain, regardless of party
or creed, ie almost a sure guarantee of
It* success at tbe polls'. Tbe people of
Oregon should put the power of tbe
ballot in the bands of the voters aad
out of tbe bands of the bosses. Tbe
direct primary nominating amendment
Is not a partisan measure, but ta endoro-
«d by ail classes and conditions of men.
A. L. Mills, president of the First Na
tional Bank, of Portland, one of tbe
largest banking institutions on the
coast, is president of the league, and
W S U Res, the moot aggressive re
former in tbe state, or possibly In the
entire West, 1s secretary. This incon
gruous comblsalloa of seemingly op
posite force« la politics ia favor of thia
taw is an assurance that there ia ab
solute honesty la tbe purpose of its
p« emote rs.
T be Mor men question is being ex
t«n»iv«iy dkensaed, and one of the best
articles on tbe subject Is that written
h>r tbe Pacific Monthly by Col. C. E.
8 Wood, one of Portland’s leading
l»vj*ra. Tbe attack oa Senator
bn<ot <>< Utah was for polygamy,
* i«r bt b'B>H11 ia not a polygamist,he
i» a«n piy a Moi mon. But suppose he
la a pel}gan> 1st, Instead of secreting
b » wive*, n>l»tres*es or eonoubines.and
braodlog them with infamy, Smoot
tirats tbrai as bi* wives and gives them
b>» mb * isstead of branding bis chlid-
n n with ilhgitimacy, bs gives them
U nsroe and leaves them bis prop
erty. lnatesd ot driving a woman to
enmt , be makes ber fed uoasbamed.
ua , • bleb is tbe better. Smoot with
bia boneaty that support* and loves bis
several wiv«s or tbe senator with bls
secret mla'rvM and tbe alt ulktag Illegiti
mate children dodging in tbe dark
corn* rs of »ociaiy, with tbe brand of
bdl upon them? If Smoot to to bo
ejected by outraged society, why not
eject tho others It to only because
Smoot is open and the others ostensi
bly bidden, as tbe ostrich buries Its
bead tn tbe sand? Is secrecy then,
better tbanlopeaneas? There to a deal
of booeat and slnoeru effort oa tbe
part of good people to make others
good by force, according to tbe views
el th- good ones, and also there toa
¿•«■«ard o< Uo*a«lgbt hipucriay ta
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THÉ SMOOT CASE.
Republican Leaders Carrying Oil
Hargain With Mormoa Church.
The Republican leaders in the senate
Futile Pledges to Maintain Pros
have turm*d tbe Smoot case Into a
perity and High Wages.
roaring farce. Of course, for political
C. C. Ragsdale has returned from a
business trip in California.
Miss Issie Rowe is at Jacksonville,
holding a case on a newspaper.
J. C. Hannah and Perry Foster, two
prominent citizens of Autioch, were in
Mrs Gus Newbury and Miss Pauline
Reuter visited in Medford Thursday.
reasons, they never Intended to act on
matter until after election and so
RELIANCE PLACED ON PROTECTION
postponed the bearings from time to
time that there might be an excuse
for nonaction before the adjournment
of congress. The Smoot case is a two
edged sword and difficult to handle
Mrs. C. L. Reames is visiting at Ash
without Injury to the Republican party.
land, the guest of Mies Gertrude Me-
The representatives of tbe Republic To declare that Senator Smoot has not Callen.
an party of the state of New York met committed any crime or that his aL
Mias Belle Anderson of Talent baa
in convention recently and among oth legiance to tlie Mormon church Is not
er planks sdopted tbe following on tho paramount to his oath of allegiance to returned from her visit in San Fran-
the United States would be to antag-t cisco.
ouize a vast number of people who I
“We reaffirm our belief that the have been petitioning tbe senate to de- I [ Mrs. F G. Strange, after a visit In
greatest national issue Is the mainte clareBhis seat vacant Un
tbe other I A/hUnd- has gone to her now home in
nance of prosperity, and we stand hand the Mormon church i la
Dower- Kent> Wash.
is all power
squarely for tbe Integrity of the prin ful In some states ami bolds tbe bal
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Beekman left for
ciple of a protective tariff.” That prin ance of power in others, all ot which San Francisco Thursday, on a visit of
ciple la required to maintain the higb- states are necessary for the Republic several weeks.
Mt scale of American wages and tbe ans at the coming election. That a
E. Belt of Yamhill county is visiting
supremacy of tbe American workshop. deal with the Mormon leaders was en
On tbe day following tbe convention tered Into by tbe managers of the last Wm. Bybee and others living in Jose
tbe press dispatches from New York Republican campaign and that th« phine county.
city announced that an enormous crowd Mormons ‘delivered tbe goods’’ Is pret
Mrs.J. E. White of Ashland is visit
of men and women, estimated at S.UuO, ty conclusively proved by the presence ing in Central Point, the guest of Mr.
stood around a new department store
and Mrs J. H. Gay.
seeking work at very low wages. So ple who believe that Smoot, If not a
Mrs. Mamie Dox left for Astoria
great was the crowd that a large force I
of extra police were necessary to keep a ml being oue of tbe twelve apostles la Thursday, to attend the state conven
obliged to bold tbe Interests of Mor tion of Rebekah degree lodges.
Tbe strenuous efforts of these poor monism before all else, should turn
Horace Pelton of Sain's Valley and
people to get a chance for employment their attention to the election of Re
Geary of Elk Creek were in Med
did not verify the Republican claim
on land business.
of prosperity, nor did tbe small amount
of wages offered prove that protection several of these senators expire next
Capt. J. T. C. Nash of Berkeley,
had maintained “the highest scale of March and the state legislatures elect Calif., is shaking hands with bis many
American wages;” rather the reverse. ed this fall will select their successors. friends in Medford. He will be here
Senator Burrows of Michigan, chair
Tbe prosperity that tbe Republicans
used to boast of was that the Job was man of tbe committee which Is Investi
seeking the man, and not the man seek
Mrs. P. A. Hines and Mrs. W. E. Fin
ing the job. That boast can no longer statesmen who are anxious for re-elec ney tarried a few hours in Medford Fri
be made, for evidently there are thou tion, and as be is mostly responsible day.
sands seeking work at low wages with for the delay Is a shining mark to fire
John A. Smith the expert tinsmith,
tbe protective tariff in full working at Tbe other Republican senators wbo
order, supposed to be automatically are also asking for re-election this was a Jacksonville visitor a few days
fixing high wages for tbe wage earner. fall are: Aldrich, Rhode Island; Ball. »go.
More evidence was published in the Delaware; Clapp, Minnesota; Clark,
F. M. Wade, the well-known promo
news dispatches on the same day that Wyoming; Depew, New York; Foster,
of mining properties, is in this
tbe Republicans of New York so glibly
again, after quite an absence.
resolved in favor of protection that
some of tbe cogwheels of that decep sachusetts; McCumber, North Dakota;
Al. Pankey, tbe genial assistant man
tive principle were out of gear. From Proctor, Vermont; Quarles, Wisconsin; ager of Hotel Oregon, passed through
Lawrence, Mass., came news that the Scott West Virginia. Nearly all of the valley Friday, en route to Portland.
Arlington mills had reopened, which these favor tbe retention of Smoot and
had been closed on account of a strike therefore have favored postponing ac
Conger Bros , who live near Wilder-
among tbe employees, whose wages tion until after election.
vllle, Intend putting up a tine sawmill
It cannot be said that there Is more
had recently been reduced, and tbe em
in Josephine county in the near future.
ployees were returning to work at the Important business before congress
Mrs. Geo. M. Love has returned to
reduced wages. At Palmer, Mass., the and no time to consider the Smoot
mills of the Thorndike Manufacturing case, for only one appropriation bill Spokane, W’ash. tier busband is em
company at Palmer and West Warren remains on the calendar and there Is ploying in an extensive business house
began a curtailment in the output by re no need for adjournment except to there.
ducing the running time to forty hours escape from taking action on that case
Benton Bowers of Ashland has gone
a week. That means but fourdays* work and other political matters, like tbe to Texas to look after his business in
a week and of course but two thlrds postoffice scandals, that threaten loss
wages. At Fall River a similar condi of votes. The Republicans cannot avoid terests. His wife accompanied him as
tlon waa announced. At Minneapolis, these dilemmas; they have two-thirds far as Oakland, Calif.
Minn., the flour mills were to be closed majority of the senate and must take
S. Childers and his son, Guy, leave
down the end of tbe week.
for Klamath Falla in a few days, where
These announcements ail appeared
they will be employed in bricklaying
in the New York Journal of Commerce TWO INDUSTRIES COMPARED
plastering for some time.
and Commercial Bulletin of April 13.
J. A. Whitman came In from tbe
and nearly every day that newspaper,
Hea« aad Wool aad K(|>.
which is devoted to busineM matters,
Oro Grande Mine yesterday. He in
The insignificance of our sheep and forms us that the Palm-Whitman
contains similar curtailments.
Meanwhile the protective tariff, by wool Industry is seen when compared Cigar Co. will move to Portland about
its shelter to the monopolists, keeps up with our poultry and egg Industry. June 1st.
its deadly work of high prices, so that While the total value of our wool prod
Ehrman Bros, of Crescent City, Cal.,
tbe cost of living is higher than nearly uct last year was only >38,775^73,
ever before. But tbe Republican plat that of our egg product was >145.000.- are in this section, for the purpose of
form of platitudes of President Roose 000 in 1890 and probably >200,000,000 buying pack horses. They are pros-
velt's own state did not explalu this last year.
peotoreand will operate in the southern
anomaly of diminishing wages and
The value of the 91,000.000 dozens of part of Josephine county.
redundant prices. This platform was eggs laid ia Ohio in 1890 was over >10,-
C. E. Stewart,who recently disposed
doubtless presented to President Roose 000,000, wblle the value of the 12,320,-
velt for his scrutiny before the con 000 pounds of wool produced there of bis orchard and farm, located near
vention met and must have been ap was only >3,134,208, and yet Ohio ia Medford to a Salt Lake capitalist, may
proved by him or changed to suit his by far tbe largest woolgrowing state leave our valley. His famPy will go
views, so that, at last, the country east of the Rocky mountains. If Ohio to St. Louis, to be gona three months-
knows that be "stands squarely for the itiwp could be made to produce as
integrity of the principle of a protec much value as do Ohio hens the pro
W hooping Cough.
tive tariff.” No reciprocity there, no tectionista there, from Grosvenor down,
word for reforming the monstrous In might be excused for doing more cac
“In the spring ot 1901 iuv children
kling than do all of the hens in that had whooping cougb,”says Mrs. I). W.
Capps, of Capps, Ala., “I used Cliani-
If any of the wage earners of New state.
York ever read that platform, especial
Even the value of the poultry killed berlain’s Cough Remedy with the
ly the thousands wbo are hunting tbe for food is >130,000,000 a year, or two most salisfacury results. I think
job Instead of the job bunting them, and one-half times the value of our this is the best remedy I have ever
seen for whooping cough.” This rem
what a hollow mockery it must seem wool products.
edy keep« the cuugli loose, lessens the
to be assured of protection and "the
In view of these facta why is there severity and frequency of the cough
highest scale of wages" when their so much fuss and feathers about pro ing spells and counteracts any tenden
pockets are empty and the cupboards tection to our sheep and wool Industry cy toward pneumonia. For sale by
and so little said about the industrious all druggists.
Other Republican state platforms hen and her valuable egg product on
may be called upon to speak in tbe tbe part of our tariff worshipers?
same strain, and tbe national platform Could not our farmers be made to be
trill only be a little more elaborate In lieve that their far more valuable egg
details, but will also Ignore Taillug and poultry Industry is entirely de
Harlow C. Messenger, who was sen-
wages and increased cost of living.
pendent upon tbe duties upon the eggs
ter.ced to fifteen years in the peniten
Tke Wlao TarlS Experts at Work.
Is it not certain that this industry tiary in March, 1902, after a trial at
The wisdom of the gentlemen who would be ruined and that our domestic Jacksonville resulting in his convic
construe our tariff taws to beyond the hens would immediately retire from tion, of manslaughter, was granted a
comprehension of the average voter. business if the tariff duties were taken pardon Monday by Guvernoj* Cham
The law- penults free entry of animals off and the pauper bena of Europe and berlain and returned to Ashland
intended for breeding purposes, but a their cheap labor products were put on
man who tried to import a Plymouth tbe free list? Are not our protection Tuesday night. Some months ago
Rock cockerel was compelled to pay a ist friends overlooking a good thing petitions, largely signed, had been cir
duty of 8 cents a pound. The wise when they neglect to fill the Congres culated, asking for executive clemency.
tariff adjusters pondered and studied sional Record with speeches and sta The Governor gives as hla reason for
over it for weeks, and enough red tape tistics showing the great benefit of pro the pardon alleged mistake« at the
was unwound to fill a buaheL basket. tection to this great and growing in trial, no protests to such action enter
But It was decided that a chicken was dustry? Wonld it not, in fact, be bet ed by either the trial judge or district
not an “animal,” therefore it could not I ter for their cause if they would drop attorney, and the belief that Messen
come in free. This recalls Secretary tbe declining sheep and wool industry
ger had beec sufficiently punished.
Shaw's decision that frogs’ legs should and let it go to tbe dogs, where it ap
It will be remembered that the shoot
be classified as poultry for revenue pur
ing for which Messenger was convict
poses. It may take a long time to de ly high duties?
was the result of trouble between
cide these little things, but when Iron,
himself and J. P. Cotton over a timber
Aa Appropriate Reaniager.
steel or sugar happens to want some
West Virginia Republicans are boom deal and tbe terms of a lease of Cot
thing the matter is settled offhand and
always in favor of iron, steel or sugar. ing Senator Steve B. Elkins for Teddy’s ton’s sawmill, two and one-hair miles
running mate. It would be very ap west of Ashland, says the Tidings.
Tk« Bepabileaa Leaders aad Treat*. propriate to make a nomination calcu
The Tawney tobacco bill haa ripped lated to awake old “star route’’ postal
An Open Letter
open tbe Republican party lines in tbe scandal memories in conjunction with
ways and means committee, to the the present postal scandals of the G.
From the Chapin, S. C. News: Early
great disgust of Chairman Payne. lie O. P.—Atlanta Constitution.
in tlie spring my wife and 1 were tak
told the Republican members that he
en with diarrhoea, and so severe were
thought it waa foolish for tbe commit
the pains that we called a physician
Hon. Elihu Root has tbe admlnistra who proscribed for us, but his medi-
tee to attempt to do any business at
this seaelon and useless to have any
clnes failed to give any relief. A
committee hearings. So because the In the United States. It will be noted friend who iiad a bottle of Chamber-
Republican members of tbe greatest in this connection that Major General Iain’s Colic, Clio’era and Diarrhoea
committee of the bouse of represeuta Leonard Wood is now In tbe United Remedy on baud gave each of us a
Uvea cannot all agree on one bill tbe Stati*«. Tbe constitution has not yet dt.se and we at once felt the effects.
Whole machinery ta to stop What a followed Wood and ths flag.—Cincin I procured a bottle and before using
the entire bottle we were cured.
travesty on poptita^government.
It Is a wonderful remedy and
should be found in every household.
H C Bailey, editor. For sale by all
Via Chicago or New Orleans to St. druggists.
>150 and up per month ta er ergetlc Louis, is tbe one that gives you the
representative« In every cltf and town m< st for your money, and lhe fact
in Oregon, WMhington and Idaho. that the Illinois Central offers unsur
Dignified, honorable, pormanent and passed service via these points to
immensely profitable employment at lhe World’s Fair, and in this connec
home or on the road; something new; tion to all points beyond, makes it to
Chris Blake, a respected citizen of
send stamp or call at office for details. your advantage, in case you contem
S quare D eal B rokerage C o ..
plate a trip t<> any point Ea«t,to write Dead Indian, who has been a resident
129 7th St., Portland, Or. u« liefore making final arrangements. of Jackson county for many years, was
We can offer the choice of at least a brought to Jacksonville Thursday by
Last ot a Thousand Heroes. dozen
his son and Wm. Addison and exam
Write for full part iculars.
ined In J udge Prim’s court on a charge
B. H. T rumbull ,
of Insanity. Dr. J. W. Robinson con
Perhap« there Is uo living person, Commercial Agent, Portland, Ore.
who.would like ui assume the rule of J. C. L indsey , T E. & P. A ,
ducted the examination and pro
a man wbo to tbe lost of a thousand,
nounced the unfortunate man insane.
wbo have tried to achieve distinction P. B. T hompson . F. & P. A.,
Mr. Blake's insanity is not of a vio
and wbo have failed simply because
they hays no ua«d Cupidene, the In-
lent type, and it is hoped that treat
A Curs Per Piles.
di«penaibie aaatataot to suocess In ai>y
ment at the asylum may effect a cure.
undertaking. That is to «ay that if
had a bad case of pileB," says G. He labors under many hallucinations,
you are not physically ablf io do the I F. Carter, of Atlan'a, Ga., “and con
work you desire to do and oeed some sulted a physician wbo advised me to but has rational spells.
thing that will cleani-e and recon try a box of DeWitt’s Witch Hazel
E. F. Hubert and the old gentle
struct a clouded brain or a nervous Salve. 1 purchased a box and wa. en
«tructure, there Is nothing that will tirely cured. It Is splendid for plies, man’s son took him to Salem.
do it better nr as quickly as will Gu giving relief instantly, and I recom
§idene. Cupidene is sold by Cba;. mend It to all sufferers.” DeWitt’s
trang, Medford at >1.00 per b >x or Witch Hazel Salye is unequalled for
ail for S5.U0 There 1« no greater Its healing qualities. E zetua and
m nbo-o b Brier than Cupidene, aud other akin disea-es also sores, cute
U you are addicted to excessive use of burns and wounds of tv<.ry kind ar
lheu C'uphiene ta Quickly cured by IL Sold by all drug
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Messenger is Free.
George Irwin has returned to Ash
land from Spokane, Wash.
The annual meeting of the South
Oregon Medical Society was held
Polk Hull of Griffin creek hM a few
in the I. O. O. F. hail, Tuesday, May
ton« of choice grain hay for sale.
10, and w■!» atten ’ed by tlie following
McKee Bros, of Watkins precinct
of the fraternity:
were in our midst a short time ago.
and William«on, Port
H. D. Norton, a prominent attorney
and Camer< □.
of Granta Paas, has been in Klamath
county on professional business.
Dr. Hendiraon, As! land; Dr. Houck.
Misses Maude Prim and Marie Nick
Roseturg; Dr. Plea*-at t«, Cintrai
ell are assisting County Clerk Orth in
Point; Dr Klopper, Rcby: Drs. Vio
tbe rush of registration now on.
Dyke, Flanagan, Moore, L'fy«*, Par
A. L. Kitchin, manager of the Ash
ker, Lockrid.e, Beard, J. C. Smith,
land b’ruit and Produce Association,
Stricker ard R. E. Smi'h.
is in Northern California in the inter
l he moining seshion was taken up
est of that corporation.
with an interesting clinic by Dr
All kinds of wood can be obtained at
Olweli’a orchards. This Is welcome
Ti e tegular session openid at 2p. id .
Uaa tba aid raBUJa ranwiy
news to those wishing a good supply of
by ar. address of welcome from Mayor
fuel at a reasonable rate.
Gilk. y on behalf of the city.
Mrs. M. F. Hull was on tho south
Tlie following i ffleers were then
bound train Thursday, en route from
elected for theen«uing year:
Pre-ident, Dr. Geo. E. Houck.
Grants Pass to Yroka, Calif , near
where her husband in engaged in
Vice president, Dr. D. P. Love.
Sec’y and Treas., Dr. F. D. Strick« r.
Miss Julia Hatch, secretary of the
Thin followed interesting and i<>-
ructive pajers by Drs. Hargrave,
Woman's Board of the North Pacific
Presbytery, has been delivering some
Pick» 1, Cameron, IL uck.Browgr and
VanDyke, on subjects appropriate.
interesting lectures on •‘Missions’’ in
In t lie evet ing an entertaining mu
Almost all costumes, savi those
Mrs. Harriet M. Chamberlain, who meant for purely utilitarian purposes, sical program was rendered for tlie en
died at her home on WugDer creek now show an elab «ration of trimming tertainment of the medical men and
Monday, of heart disease, was 69 years om*e i on«idered appropriate only for a few invited guests.
Then followed a banquet at the
of age. She was born at Albany, Mo., the dressiest occasions. The most ln-
and leaves a husband and aeveral congruoui material« may now tie com Josephine at which the doctors Lok
bined with go «d effect by the dre«s- active part. Dr. J. S. Mo .re was
James B. Watkins of Big Butte was maker who tempers the flights of tier toa«tmi«ter and toa t« were given by
in Medford Friday, accompanied by ’originality with good ta«te. One l)oct< r< Williamson, I’ickel, Uoffey,
VanDyke and R. E
his family. He has purchased 40 acre« finds the new Hardanger work a til Flanigan,
of fine land from Carey Pay no of Grants the heaviest lace, delicate batiste Smith.
At tl e banquet a resolution, regret
Pass located near Eagle Point, and embro derv and soft Liberty ribbon,
the departure of Dr. J. S. Moore
will plant it in fruit trees.
this ti:ld, was adopteI.
The marriage of Clyde R. Sweet, a
next meeting of the society will
nephew of ex-Mayor J. S. Sweet of
Santa Rosa, Calif., and Miss Mabel
Goodyear, youngest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Goodyear, is an They are Kimono-shaped and collar- Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
nounced. The young couple are well iers; many show the new flit bows of
and Don’t Know it.
velvet ribb in.
known in Ashland.
Tlie < fleet of f rimiuing in courses of
How To Find Out.
Hon. R. M. Veatch of Lano county,
tiers is the latest idea. Oae sees t hem
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
Democratic nominee for Congress in laid one above the other in flat or water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
the First District, will address tbe
sediment or set
flounce effect, all finished alike along
tling indicates an
citizens of Jackson county as follows:
the lower edge, and each fuller
Gold Hill, Thursday. May 12;Medford,
wider than tbe ooe above it.
' tion of the kid
Friday, May 13, at 2 p.m.; Ashland,
neys; if It stains
Linen and cotton dres.-es are now
Friday, May 13, at 8 p. m.
your linen it is
fashioned without a- thought of
evidence of kid
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Rose of Apple laundry.
ney trouble; too
gate scored another ot their old-time
frequent desire to
A reign of color has superseded
pass it or pain in
successes May 2d. There was a big white of last jeir. Changeable
the back is also
crowd in attendance, among whom ombre silks, chiff -ns and voiles are convincing proof that the kidneys
were a number of Democratic candi coming into favor and bid fair to rival der are out of order.
dates. The music and supper were lhe little checks and hair stiipes in
What to Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
first-class and aii enjoyed themselves.
troduced in tl e Spring.
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-
Parasols and hosiery follow the fan Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
“Mineral Wealth” of Redding,Calif,
has for several months been preparing cy fur trimming, and shoes have the wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
a writeup of Southern Oregon’s min high Castillian aud Louis XV. heels back,
of the urinary passage, it corrects inability
eral resources, which is about ready and ate sharply p >inted at lhe toe.— to hold water and scalding pain in passing
it, or bad effects following use of liquor,
for tbe press. It will be exhaustive [From Tbe Delineator for June.
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleAsant
and reliable, of which fact tbe integri
necessity of being compelled to go often
ty and enterprise of the editor of “Min
during the day, and to get up many times
eral Wealth,” M. FL 1 Hit mar, are alone
during the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
a sufficient guarantee. Tbe writeup he
gave Northern California several years For Representative....Robt. G. Smith realized, it stands the highest for its won
derful cures of the most distressing
ago is itself enough to warrant this
For Sheriff.................... C. L. Lovelace If you need a medicine you should have the
statement from us, and his present ef
best. Sold by druggists 'in 50c. and$l. sizes.
You may nave a sample bottle of this
James A. Slover
fort will discount the other appre For Clerk
... H. C. Perkino and a book that tells
Tbe United States Geological Survey
about it, both sent
For Treasurer.................... J. T. Taylor more
absolutely free by mail,
is investigating tbe occurrence of radi
um in this country and is seeking pub For Commissioner........... John Wells address Dr. Kilmer 8c
Binghamton. N. Y. When writing men
lic co-operation In tbe gathering of de For School Supt....... Dennis H. Stovall Co.,
tion reading this generous offer in this paper.
tails regarding localities of radioactive
Don’t make any mi«take. but re-
minerals. Radioactivité baa beqn ob
tuember the name. Swamp-Root, Dr.
Kilmer’s Swamp-Root, nnd tbe ad-
served in many minerals and other sub
bress, Binghamton, N. Y. on every
stances, like s'ag, tailings from concen
trators, chemical wastes, water from
Welborn Beeson, Jo«. Applebaker,
mineral springs, deep well water and John Brash and John Sbertz were the
petroleum. Tbe government experts members of a party that 1*.ad an ex
say it Is possible that the number of ceedingly interesting experience with
radioactive minerals may be greatly in a huge cinnamon bear and two cubs,
Prui.es cooked and ierved in real
at the forks of wagner Creek, last
style aud without cost is a
Representatives of a Chicago publish Sunday. The men were out prospect
the California exhibit at
ing bouse have been in Southern Ore ing for mineral and while walking
Fair. Thepracl ical dem
gon during the week delivering copies along saw at s< me distance, through
of a volume of Western Oregon Bio the undergrowth what appeared to onstration in cooking and serving
graphies published by it and collecting them at first glance to be a cow. A this great California product is given
>18 and upward from a number of well- little further investigatiou revealed a under the auspices of the San Jose
known people who submitted to the monster bear. The men were with Grange and the Farmer’s Club, while
seductive Influence of the advance out tire arms of any discriptlou, and tbe prunes are being cooked in view of
agent a year ago, subscribing for in the absence of more effective de the crowds at the Fair. Pamphlets
a copy of the book and furnished it with fense, used their lungs with marked are distributed showing how to pre
tbe material for the biographies de effect. The old mother bear, after pare prunes in a hundred different
sired. The book is a handsome vol seeing her two cubs safely up a tree, ways, giving the public a prune le-roii
ume, illustrated by the pictures of took to her heels, a couple of men as well as a prune feast.
Another unique California prune
many men and women prominent in started at once for guns and axes-
is a big black bear made of
the history of the county and state.
while tbe other two stood gu rd. dur-
The figure of the bear stands
One of the handsomest and most suc ing their absence. When axes had twelve feet high and weighs 3,000
cessful social events of the season was been secured, the tree in which the pounds. Tbe mimic aqima! rears up
tbe danciog party given at Wilson's cubs were lodged was cut down, but on its haunches from abase of cluster
Opera House Thursday night under tbe in the fail ot the tree one of the cubs ed quartz, in which free g-ld Is lib
auspices of Weatonka Tribe No. 30, was killed. The other was captured erally displayed, and bolds iise.f up by
Improved Order of Red Men, in com and taken to Talent and afterwards to I resting its fiout paws on the limb of
memoration of St. Tammany’s Day. Medford, where it is now held. Noth a tree. At the base, near lhe quartz
Tbe attendance was large, quite a num ing more was seen of the mother, but are the pick, shovel and pan of a mi
ber from different parts of the valley her tracks were measu red, and one of ner. Tne bear's teeth and claws are
set with amber prunes. Tne work is
being present, especially from Jackson her gigantic feet covered a space 7 by so artistically executed as to closely
ville. The music was furnished by
resemble a real live bear.
Miller's orchestra and gave entire satis tively cimrnon it aLat locality, but
faction. The ball room was indeed ¿specimens of the cinnamon species are
beautiful look upon. Well may the rare, [says The Tidings.
Live agents to sell Dr. White’s
Red Men and those in management of
A GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALE— Eectric Combs, patented Jan. 1, ’99.«
thereof feel proud of this affair.
On acct uot i f pt or health 1 offer Cure dandruff, hair falling out, sick
yet v cost no
my confectionery aud cigar st« re .----
Tbe Medford Athletic Association’s
and stock of goods for sale. Tbe|more
tha» an ordinary
grounds were on Thursday afternoon
rig tit person will find this apajlng on sight. Agents aie wild with suc-
the scene of the first game played there.
and desirable business, jmkky cess* Send 50c fur sample (half price)
They are spacious, well situated and
H eckathokn , Eagle Point.
• Write quick. The Dr. White Electric
Comb Co., Decatur ill.
admirably adapted to the use to which
they have been dedicated. Tbe grand
stand, while roomy and substantial,
would give a better view of the diamond
If tbe seats were built higher. The In
itial contest was attended by a big and
enthusiMtic crowd. Jacksonvile and
and the local team crossed bats, and
for two hours regaled their audience
with a comedy of errors. Some of the
Innings were well played and quite
interesting, however. When the ago
ny was over it wm discovered that
Jacksonville bad won by a score of 9
What are we going to do about tbe
keeping of our business college? The
Ashland Board of Trade has taken up
tbe matter, and after »thorough inves
tigation has unanimously adopted
a resolution to sucure the Aiklns
building for the use of the college at
>29 per month. According to the
reports from the proceedings of that
body, it and the people of Ash
land are offering Prof. Ritner good
inducements for the support of the
institution and for securing students.
This school has already brought sev-
eial thousand dollars to Medford, and
by proper support and encouragement
Sold in 1 and 2 lb. aromartight tins,
could be made to multiply that amount
many times in the next two years.
When the nerves are weak
everything goes wrong. You
are tired all the time, easily
discouraged, nervous, and
irritable. Your cheeks are
?ale and your blood is thin.
our doctor says you are
threatened with a nervous
breakdown. He orders this
grand old family medicine.
“ For more than 50 year« I bare used Ayer*«
Barta pari 11a in rny family. It 1« a Krand tonic
at all time*, and a wonderful medicine for Im
pure blood.’’—D. C. H olt , West Haven, Conn.
fl.00 a bottle.
jc - ayekco ..
St Jacobs Oil
Keep the bowels regular with Ayer’s
Pills, just one pill each night.
Golden Gate Coffee
receives our most careful atten
tion and is always uniform in
strength and quality . The
choicest coffee grown.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office in Orth’s Building.
Hours—2 10 5 and 7 to 8 f. i
A. E. REAMES,
A TTO R N E Y-A T-L A W,
Ofllce lo Red Meo'* Building.
HOBT. G. SMITH.
ATTORNEY AND CXJUNSELOR AV LAV
Greet’s Pass, Oregaa.
practices all tbe oourt*
building up ujllt
Office Ir H se .
J. M. KEENE. D. D. S.
OPERATIVE DENTISTRY A SPECIALTY
onice* .n tbe Adkins Deuel block
P. P. PRIM A SON.
*1 TURNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
Office over Halr-H.ddie Hardware Store
H. D. NORTON.
TTOR NEY AND CCVNEILCR Al L a V
Grant’* Pass, Oregon.
Office attore S P. D. * LCo 't Store.
Real Estate Agent
and II. S. Commissioner
for Jackson County.
Prunes While You Wait
À Bear Close at Hand
You Know What You Are Taking
When joa take Grove’s Tone lean Chill Tonlo
because the formula ta plainly printed on every
U>lUe,ahpwlng that It la «imply iron and Qut
alaa ia a tasteless form, SUo. No Cara. No t*ay-
Abstracts made to Titles of
all smd drawn up etpeclallv pertaining
the settlement ot estates.
ucounts Solicited, Prompt Remittanc
lovstment securities * specialty. Jacks«
lounty Scrip bought and sold.
have a oompleie set ot maps of all survey«
and* in this county, and receive Abstrac
nonthly from Roseburg Land Uffloe. the Lar d
Jeparlment el the O. A C. R. R. and the Sta r
Land Department at Salem of all new entri< >
made I am thus prepared to make out bom. .
«lead papers and take proofs thereon. Also 1
take filings and proofs of timber lands ai d
can save to part.e« tbe expense of a tr r
to tbe Roseburg land ofitce
FlusFarwa aad ath.
Desirable Prapertv la ■> heads ft«
SW Prom pi reply made to all letters. Charg
«* In aooorilance with «be times
Refers, by permission. Bon. H. K. Hi*
judge of the 1st Judcial District, and to an*
oualneas bouse In Jacksonville.
SILAS J. DAY
FRANK E. ALLEY
Of any Township in tbe
Roseburg Land District.
Prepared for Filing on Home
stead or Timber Claims
>#*Speclal Attention given to
Matters in Connection with
the D. 8. Land Office.
Afarlrs Bld.,Roaeburd, Or
Mothers and Daughters
Try REX ICON A
The Modern Remedy for Won-eu
REXICON A baa Cured some of tbe
worst cases ot
OVARIAN aad UTERINE Disorder*
T he R exicona C o .
uady Asants Wanted I çan I
Ladies, Attention! ;
Original and only genuine French
Tanay Wafers for sale by leading
Dru«tl»te. IX ptr box- Safe and re
liable. Accept na substitute.
DR ROBINSON Special AgeaU