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ZPTj A.JZ2ST AND ZFJLJSrOY :
£»^Give us your order for Letter- I
heads. Statements, Envelopes, Circu
II >u-.:i lip
in the fanning di tricl' of t'alifniuia
where tbe >iepr«<l itions of s |uirre!s ami g
pliers are so universal, and where the mil'
vidual and aggrega'e los es thereby cau-e<i
foot up such enormous uni unts, it I e
comes the duty of every man or woman i n-
gagi <1 in agricultural pursuit' to exert every
means within their reach to de'troy the r-vii
This is a duly that they owe no less to theii
neighliojs th m t<> themselve-. When it i-
kn*>wn that the means for destroying the
pests is at hand and easily »-btatned, the
prob'em is at once simplified, and a> the
: mating season of tircse rodents i< a: hand
■ prompt and active mea-ures by those wh<
' have been their vi<-¡ini' in past sea on* will
biffiig you h»lp t
no doubt tie the < rder of die <1 \v.
Then for a general massacre the lanm-i
who is wise witli experience or advice wil:
meut* of 1
■ ask his grower for “ vVukelee’s Squirrel a <1
art u* num hu ;
I Gopher Exterminator.” .’.nd he will take
I no other. In case-the dealer should not
■1 of $.'00 cash ! have the genuineartic-ie in stock and -b- tilu
to push an inferior preparation up
pr. prietoro of I : attempt
on him. the man who is determined to KlLi
will at once order “Exterminator” from
>f Catarrh, no headquarters ( Wakelee A l*o , San Fr«n-
i -'l or of how ci-co). The cost. 50c per one-pound can.
.. Lieh they can- • or $5..*.O per dozen, is practically about th<
price of the imitations, and wil! cut little or
I no figure in the business when the re ult*
: accruing are ta^en into consideration. T<>
give a better idea of the nature and anpli *
' call-in of the Wakefee Extermina or. a
well as to quell the doubts qf those who a>t
■ not at present ac ¡uainted with its merit.-,
ihe following testimonials are submitted:
BKOWF.lt, M. 1».
[From John T. Ward, E-q., Napa.]
M essrs W akei . ee & C o . Gentlemen:—
SUT AN arid SURGEON.
[ We have given your Squirrel Exterminator
A shland ,
O regon . | a lair trial, atid are periectl.v satisfied will.
! its workings. It is a dead shot: 15 kernels
| at each squirrel hole will kill almost ever»
Office—Ganiards Opera House.
I squirrel, and after filling up the holes few
Residence, Mechanic and Laurel Streets are found re-opened.
We poisoned one field which was badly
infested; to secure the scalps, we placed the
poison two fe. t from tbe holes. In alnto t
every instance it killed before the squiriel
MECHANICAL AND OPERATIVE
could get back to its hole. in the field we
found blackbirds and meadow .larks dead
Chase Combination Dental Plates made from its effects, and dogs and cats which
ate the dead 'quirrels were al-o killed. So
with Gobi and Aluminum Roofs.
(¡old Fillings inserted in Porcelain Teeth completely was the field nd of the vermin,
that the grain stood thickest about the
to perfect appearance.
Gobi Cion n and < kintour work a specialty. stumps amktrees, where always before the
squirrel- bad de-troved tt.e -eed
Office over the Bank
1 can recom.iieiid vour Exterminator to
Extracting anil unavoidable calls* from 8
all who are troubled with *sq iirrels
to 9 a. m. and I to 5 p. fl>.
doe- all y. u claim for it, and is the nio.-t
ettective poison I ever used.
K. <1. VAN VVI.ZAH.
i’erhaps the best recommendation I can
give it is, that after one season’s trial 1 am
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
so well satished with it that I shall use it m
A shland ,
O regon . larger qualities this season. Verv truly
JOHN T. WARD.
Office for the present at residence, corner
[From the Squirrel Inspector. San Lorenzo
of Granite and Baum streets.
District, Alameda County.]
M essrs . W akelee A Co. Gentlemen
I have used your Squirrel Extermsnator in
this district, and find that it fully comes up
to its recommendation, and the most effic
O regon ient poison yet used by “-e.
A shland ,
Squirrel Inspector San Lurenzo School
LL MANNER of metal and rubber
plates made in the latest approved District.
During tbe past vear I have sold main’
Gold and porcelain crowns and bridge hundred
cans of W akelee ’ s Squirrel Pois
work a specialty. All work warranted to on
to our farmers and Squirrel Inspectors
give perfect satisfaction. Low prices.
the vicinity of Antioch. To my knowl
Office in Odd Fellows’ building, up stairs. in
edge many experiments have been tried
systematically with ihepoison by them .and
all pronounce it to be the most economical
as well as the most destructive poison now
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
A shland , -
[ From well-known farmers in San Luis
Will practice in all courts of the state.
Obispo County. El Paso de Robles
Collections promptly made.
M essrs . W akelee & Co. Gentlemen: In
reply to your note, we would state that,
after having given voucbquirrel Extermin
ator * ihorough trial.we can unhesitatingly
pronounce it the most efficacious and de
structive agent we have ever employed
against squ rrels.
We have used strychnine and phosphor
us. and can confidently state as to their
merits, compared with your Exterminator,
either as regards cheapness or deslructi-
bility, the odds are greadv in tavor of the
Exterminaior. Many of our neighbors are
Impure or vitiated blood Is nine times out of using
it. and with the mod satisfactory re
ten caused by some form of constipation or In- sults.
digestion that clogs tip tha system, when the
The squirrels, many of them, die before
blood naturally becomes impregnated with the they can get to their holes; and fields,which
effete matter The old Sarraparillcs attempt to a tew weeks ago swarmed with the pests,
reach this condition by attacking the blood with are now comparatively free
W. D.’ ILLINGWORTH,
the drastic mineral “potash.” The potash theory
C D. MOKEHoUsE,
is old and obsolete. Joy » Vegetable Sarsaparilla
W. T JOHNSON.
is modern. It goes to the scat of the trouble. It
Procure only ihe genuine Wakelee’s Ex
arouses the liver, kidneys and bowels to health
and a general round-up of ttie
ful action, and invigorates the circulation, and terminator
rodents will follow.
CAN SEE IT,
perhaps,one of Dr.
1 i .re’s Pleasant
Pellets — but you
a » c :n’t feel it after
t it does you
y of the huge,
<• i d-fash ioned
; dis, with their
• •; ing and vio-
i< .ii 3. These tiny
• d easiest to take,
V-'cks, Sick or
■ ■ ; 4 derange-
• '*, and bowels,
Chief of the County Papers.
Published every Thursday.
E. J. KAISER, Proprietor.
COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1894
Mrs. D. Wiisoii was v.ai'i :g at Me l-
Dr Will Jack'on and Dr. Demorest
spent Sunday in Ashland.
B >rn, at M»dford, Feb. l Hli, to the
Wue of Wil! Crane, a l»<»y.
A daughter ftas liorn to the wife rtf Dr.
J L. Wood 0:1 the 8th inst.
A re w so:i ..rrived at tnp home ot Frank
URING hard times consumers
M :iaUs al Medford Feb. 10th.
No doctor’s bills presented to the families
cannot afford to experiment
wiio use .'ini’iioii' Liver keguiator.
with inferior, cheap brands of bak
Mies M. A ella Vertrees went to Grants
Pass Saturday to remain some time.
ing powder. It is NOW that the
'»Vm. M. II dm.-s Was over in Siskiyou
c unty this week on Hour mill LusilitSS.
great strength and purity of the
Miss Nellie Stormer came in fro.ii
ROYAL stand out as a friend in need
Kl.iuiath county Friday to visit her fat-
to those who desire to practise Econ-
Toad. Powell and F. C. Hunt went to
Doublas county this week on cattle, busi
omy in the Kitchen; Each spoonful does its per-
t'upidene, the great restorer of vitality,
feet work. Its increasing sale bears witness that
at ihe Ashland Drug Co. Try it. It will
it is a necessity to the prudent it goes further.
Um-le Jackson Hoc.keismith waa at
•.ledlord and Jacksonville ti>e first of the
week on business.
Grocers say that every dollar in
O. C. Tiffany, who is prospecting the
List Chance ledge on Gali's creek, spel t
vested in Royal Baking Powder is
Sunday in Ashland.
Joseph Kinney returned Friday from a
worth a dollar the world over, that it
limiting t ip in Sisk'Von county with I
riend, Win. Hoffman.
does not consume their capital in deao
l’.itti Rosa and her ti'onpe were
stock, because it is the great favorite,
Sunday's north train. Slims a line-look
ing person off the stage.
¿nd sells through all times and seasons.
A son was born to the wife of G. C.
(’arr, formerely Miss Austie Roper, in
San Francisco on the Sth inst.
County Judge J. R. Neil ami Mrs. N
returned Saturday from their visit in Cal
liori'.ia and th;- mid a inter lair.
MVAL BAKUM MWMR CO., IM WALL IT., WtW-YOBK.
Judge T. ,J. H-iWt-ll, Of th'lS cit.V, Tiitri
ducp i a woman’s .'Ullrage resolution 1
the trans-Mississippi congress.
Somebody characterized the trans-
BLOOMER BOND DECISION.
Mi8si8sppi congressas “composed of men
The answer of defendants deny am ules of pleading, and the admissibility of
who could get away.” This is an insin
of trust tietween said 6th day o> vidence, I am compelled—much to my
Full Text ol’ Judge Hanna's Opinion July, 1892, and said 5th day of August. regret—to hold that the evidence offered
Why The County Ijost Its Case 1893, and deny any balance due plaintiff bv plaintiff relative to the amount which
John Stearns, of the pork packing
Against The Beraulting County after deducting said credits.
it is claimed Mr. Bloomer was chargeable
company, was up several days last week
A fair and reasonable construction of with at the close of his term in 1892,
nursing a hand that was slit with a butch
In tlie case of Jackson count}', plaintiff, the complaint compels one to say that the must be laid aside and cannot be con
vs. Geo. E. Bloomer, treasurer. Jeremiah plaintiff intended to ci.urge the defend sidered in this case.
Confining the enquiry to the amounts
Mrs. Geo. D. Horner, of Klamath Nunan, Benjamin Haymond,Chas. Nick ants with certain sums of money collected
countv, passed through last week to. see ell, and K Kubli, sureties, defendants; and received by Mr Bloomer between —as shown bv the evidence—that Mr.
tier lather in Washington county, who is civil action to recover money.
certain dates then-in named, to-wit: Bloomer did actually collect and receive,
between July 6, 1892, and August 5, 1893, and the amounts paid out by him be
tween the dates named in the complaint.,
with none other.
Mrs. Dr. Ozias, who has been visiting
it necesarrily follows that plaintiff falls to
This action having been tried during
her family in Asliland*, went to Granta the December term of said court for 1893,
establish the allegation of the complaint
Pass Sunday to meet the Dr. and return without a jury and submitted cn Uie evidenced by their confining their demals and his right to recover.
An the case is one of interest to the
pleadings, evidence and arguments of
On the trial the plaintiff introduced
The crowd of Oregonian’s—Joe Simon, counsel for both parties and taken under evidence tending to prove that the said Public, I have departed from my usual
Jim Eddy. Geo. Steele ann County Judge advisement, and the court now being fully George K. Bloomer had served a term as ride, and have herein briefly set forth
Moreland—returned homeward Saturday advised in the premises, makes and files county treasurer of Jackson countv prior my reasons for the findings and decision
its decision as follows:
from Sunset City.
to the term for which tie was elected in filed in this cause.
11. K H anna , Judge.
Pelican bay and Rock creek both have
C. W. Kahler and H L. Benson for
and that at tiie close of his
postofliceg now, so that hereafter the sum
First—That at the general election held treasurer,
P. P. Prim A Son, Watson,
mer tourist can have his mail reach him on the 6th day of June, 1892, the defend
Beekman & Watson and W. M. Colvig
in this favorite resort.
ant, George E. Bloomer, was duly elected county in the sum of $10,981.23 as the for defendants.
amount remaining in his bands as each
L. W. MoorA was in town Saturday county treasurer of Jackson county, state treasurer.
Karl’s Clover Root, the new blood puri
from Steinman. He remarks that during
The evidence which was objected to by fier,
given freshness and clearness to the
a tiaiiKers’ panic nobody butChris Evans beginning on the first Monday in July, the defendants, but waB received under complexion
and cures constipation. 25
could get money intocirculation.
50 cents and $1. Sold by T K. B ol
1892, said Geo. E. Bloomer, as principal, the stipulation heretofore mentioned, and cents,
V. G Cozad ami wife, of Canyop City, and the defendants, Jererniaii Nunan, the court is now called upon to say ton .
passed through Saturday for the midwin Benjamin Havmond, Chas. Nickell and whether or not it should be considered in
Lint of Iaettera
ter fair. Mr. C. is a 11-phew of our' fel K. Kubli, as sureties, dulv executed and a determination of this cause.
Remaining uncalled for in the Ashland
low townsman, B. F VanBrimmer.
delivered the official bond or undertaking
that the alleged $10,981.23 was actually P: O. Feb. 19, 1S9<*
Bevington, W C
Burka. Mr James
Hockersmith returned Friday from de set out in ttie amended complaint filed in in the hands of Mr Bloomer at the ex-
Carey, A W
Currey, G H
livering his train-load of stock in the this action, and the Baid bond or under pi ration cl his term in 1892; but the pre
Erickson, Mr FL
San Francisco market, and is preparing taking was on said 6U1 day of July, 1892, sumption of the law in such cases would
Hall. J L. M I)
Hall. Miss May
to organize another train-load for ship <lulv filed with the clerk of said countv, come to the aid of the plaintiff if the
Marsh, Mr John A
and on ttie same day duly approved by
allegations of the complaint are broad
Fanny, Mr Wm
ttie county court thereof.
Stearnes. Ct D
Governor Pennoyer, although he fires
Second—That said defendant, George
There is no reference whatever io the
at long range, manages tostrike the John E. Bloomer, immediately upon the filing
Persons calling for same, will please say
Bullseye at the White House in Washing and approving of said official bund or un complaint to the defendant Bloomer hav
W. H. B bcnk , P. M.
ton every time he pulls a trigger.—Den dertaking, ou said 6th da.y of July, 1892, ing served a prior term as treasurer, or “advertised.”
assumed the duties of bis trust, and enter
Hood’s and Only Hood’s
money whatever remained in his hands
Gov. Lewelling, of Kansas, has written ed upnn the discharge of his official duties at the close of his first term to be turned
Hood’s Sarsaparilla is carefully prepared
the impurities are quickly carried off through
to Klamath county for general informa
to bis successor, or that be had in from Sarsaparilla, Dandelion, Mandrake,
the natural channels. Chas. Lee, at Beamish’s
Your I’liiei- for Boots anti Shoes.
tion of the climate and resources of the thereafter continued in the discharge of oyer
as treasurer at the time he as Dock, Pipsissewa, Juniper berries and other
Third and Market streets, S. F„ writes: "I took
Morris Howell, the old reliable boot and country. Wonder if he intends moving such duties under said election until on
kyown remedies, by a peculiar c^tubi
duties of his trust on July 6, well
it for vitiated blood and while on the first bottle shoe maker one door north of the old stand to Oregon ?
or about the 5th day or August,'1893, 1892, any money
proportion and process, giving to
belonging to plaintiff.
Hood’s Sarsaparilla curative powers not
became convinced of its merits, for I could feel opposite Odd Fellows hall
when be ceased to perform the duties ol
possessed by other medicines. It effects re
it was working a change. It cleansed, purified
such office and absconded from the stale
Governor Pennoyer can address the Pop ot
the defendants with money in the hands markable cure when other preparations fail.
and braced mo lip generally, and everything is
u.ists of Albany <>n the living issues, ttie
Mr. Bloomer at the time tie entered
now working full and regular.”
Third—That between said 6th day of of
governor replies that he will do so in the
upon the duties of his office, that there ' Hood's Pills cure biliousness.
latter part of April or early in May.—
1893, the said George E. Bloomer, as should be such allegations in the com- • Nathan P. Blum, who was implicated
treasurer, as aforesaid, collected and re plaint as would apprise the defendants of in the Portland (Or.) opium smuggling
Fred Pau®, of the commission firm, ceived various sums of money applicable that fact. Not only is there a want of operations, and who turned state's evi
Wishes to .»peak through the Register ot
went to San Francisco Sunday on busi to the several funds of which he was the such allegations, but the pleader seems dence against his confederates, in in
the beneficial results he has received
Many druggists have a cheaper Sarsaparilla
ness. They will be prepared to do busi custodian, and of which he was charge» to have intended to limit the liability of Washington trying to be appointed
than Joy's. As they make more on It, they’ll try
from a regular use of Ayer’s Pills.
ness here the coming season “if people able to ttie county, amounting in the ag the defendants to money received by Mr. an inspector of the treasury department
to sell you it. Insist on Joy’s.
He says: “I was feeling sick and tired are
not compelled to quit eating fruit en gregate to the sum of $31,049.62. and no Bloomer from other sources.
and my stomach seemed all out of order. tirely bv that time.” •
FOR SALE BY ALL
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The compla.nt expressly charges them
I tried a number of remedies, but none
A High Liver
Fourth—That «luring the same period with money received lietween the 6th dav
seemed to give me relief uutil I was in
ol Julv, 1892, an<! the 5th «lav of August,
Usually has a bad liver. He is bilious,
work on the Siskiyous between Ashland of time, to-wit: Between the 6tlr day of 1893, thereby excluding from considera ; constipated;
lias indigestion and dyspepsia.
duced to try the old reliable Ayer's and
Hornbrook. That’s what outs
tion any monev on hand or received by ' If there is no organic trouble a tew doses of
Pills. I have taken only one box, but 1
monev in circulation in thiB city. -Wait 1893, the said George E. Bloomer legally Mr. Binome r artreasnrer on «aid 6th dav I.’ark’8, ^ur.e c"re «.id tone him up. . Park's
feel like a new man. I think they are till the company bores that big hole paid out as such treasurer, and is entitled r -r »
Stiro f’lnrxi in tna
Sure Cure is the only Itnor
to a credit on a settlement with said of July or nt any time prior thereto.
the most pleasant and easy to take of through the mountain.
county, including ttie credits allowed and
anything I ever used, being so finely
The Twin Dress Stays at Vaupel, Norris admitted by plaintiff in said complaint, had in hie hands at the dose of his official
I Judge Towner at Santa Anft rules that
sugar-coated that even a child Will take & Drake’s.
various sums of money amounting in the term in July, 1892, all the money that fie the $3 fee charged by just nw i:r crimi
them. 1 urge upon all who are
It is rumored that the 8. P. Co. have aggregate to the sum of $94.986 52, a surti
THE OLD STAND. OPPOSITE MYER’S
purchased the Big Springs property from largely in excess of all moneys received offieial, and that the full amount thereof nal cases never has beer, a legal charge
Mrs. J. H Sisson for $40,000 If there by said treasurer during the time alleged passed into his hands as his own success against the county. The fee must come
or immediately upon his qualifying as out of the fine imposed, and when there
of a laxative to try Ayer's Pills.” — is anv truth in the above, a $1,000,000 in the complaint.
such successor, he wit: On the 6th dav are no fines imposed there are’no fees
BOOTS & SIHZOZES Bootlibay (Me.), Register.
hotel will he the next thing in order for
CONCLUSION OF LAW.
of July, 1892 But there is no presump for the justices. The question affects
“Between the ages of five and fifteen, Sisson, says the Mascot.
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That plaintiff is not entitled to recover tion tluit he received it at some subse every- justice of the peace in the state.
Ask your dealer for Mexican Silver Stove in this action, but the defendants are en quent time.
I was troubled with a kind of salt-
.A. ZD ZE TO OZEÒTZ)ZE_EÒ rheum, or eruption, chiefly confined to Polish. No dust»
An obedience to the simple laws of hygi
titled to judgment for their costs and dis
If the evidence relative to the amount ene and the use of Ayer’s Sarsaparilla will
the legs, and especially to the bend of
The populist primaries, for Jackson bursements.
AT LOWEST LIVING RATES.
H. K. H anna , Judge.
of monev which it is claimed Mr. Bloom enable the most delicate man or sickly
the knee above the calf. Here, running county will be held in the - various pre
Dated Feb. 14, 1894.
er was chargeable at the close of his term woman to pass in ease and safety from the
sores formed which would scab over, cincts in the countv Saturday, March 3d.
in 1892 could lie considered, still there icy atmosphere of February to the warm,
epairing a specialty . Haif-
but would break immediately on mov<- Besides electing delegates to the ceunty
would be in my view of thecaseari entire moist days of April. It* is the best of
Soling, men’s 75 cents, ladies 50 cents.
ing the leg. My mother tried every convention the citizens of the varions
This cause, by consent of parties, was failure «>f proof, presumptive or other spring medicises.
thing she could think of, but all was precincts will take a vote on their first, tried bv the court without intervention of wise, showing that the $10,981.23, or any
Common Pleas Judge Andrews at
- I3a/tHs -
without avail. Although a child, I read second and third choices for all the a jury.
portion thereof, was actually turned over I Kansas City naturalized a Chinaman,
Any Hour—Hot and Cold Water on Tap.
offices to be elected at the June election
•By stipulation of the parties all objec to himself or reserved by him between and Captain Hogarty, treasury inspec
of Ayer’s Pills, and persuaded my moth
tions as to the admissibility of evidence the dates alleged in the complaint.
tor,* threatened to proceed against him
er to let me try them. With no great
The evidence of the plaintiff shows that if the papers were not recalled, as they
in pile', avoid it by taking Simmons Liver were to be made at the time the interoga-
lions were presented, and that tne argu between the 6th day of July. 1892, and
ment and ttie ruling of the court upon the uth dav of August, 1893, Mr. Bloom were issued in violation of the law. The
A Baby Complexion
Congressman Hermann writes the each objection and the argument and rul er received as treasurer monev belong- judge recalled them.
Klamath Star that the last of the Klam ing upon all motions should be suspended inu to different funds aggregating $91,-
K raube ’ s H kadachk C apsules —Warran-
ath Indian reservation surveys only until ttie final argument of the cause.
019 62. This is exclusive of the $10,981.- ed, For Sale by T. K. Bolton, Sole Agent
In order to reach a decision, it is neces- 2 S. claimetf to have been chaiyeable to
and I began to use them, and soon reached Washington Jan.- 18t.h. He
The young Duse of Albany, who is only
noticed an improvement. Encouraged promises to have them approved in due sarj’ for the court to ascertain the real Mr. Bloomer at the close of his former 10 years old, is the poorest duke living.
by this, I kept on till I took two boxes, course of time and “I shall then make issue« presented by the pleadings in thiB term. Evidence from the same source But it is not likely that he will be forgot
shows that Mr. BLximer had paid out ten by Queen Victoria, for the reason that
when the sores disappeared and have mv next move for the allotments of lands case.
tn the Indians. I have the money in
The complaint substantially alleges that daring the same period $95,986.52, in- his mother is one of her prime favorites.
never troubled me since.H. Chipman
view for this expense.”
George E. Bloomer was duly elected eluding the amounts admitted to hia
Real Estate Agent, Roanoke, Va.
Mexican Silver Stove Polish causes no
treasurer of Jackson county at the general credit in the complaint.
“I suffered for years from stomach
Santa Clara, S. Dak.. Nov. 25, ’91.
and kidney troubles, causing very severe N orman L ichty . Des Moines. Iowa.
Di ar S ir :—While in Denver last fall. 1 6th day of July, 1882, he filed hiB bond
pains in various parts of the body. None
of the remedies I tried afforded me any bought a box of Krause's Headache Cap to the state of Oregon, conditioned for the
which did me much good. I am sub laithful discharge of bis duties, having
relief until I began taking Ayer’s Pills, sules
ject to bilious headaches. I can find none
thereto the names of Jeremiah
and was cured.”—Win. Goddard, Notary in the drug stores here. What will you appended
Nunan, B«n Havinond, Chas. Nickell and
Public, Five Lakes, Mich.
send me half e dozen boxes for?
K. Kubli, as sureties; that «aid bond was
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer St Co., Lowell, M om .
duly approved by the county court of
J. H. S tetchee .
Sold by Druggist« Everywhere.
said county on said 6th dav of Julv,
For sale by T. K. Bolton, Sole Agent,
Senator Cogswell is still in Washington,
That said George E. Bloom<-r as trea
D C., trying to get his fine work in on surer aforesaid, in violation of the terms
When you are without healthy flesh you are weak
Hoke Smith, secretary of the interior. , anil conditions of said bond or undertak-
ID want? the land commissioners’ de ■ ing and in breach of his trust as such
somewhere, or else your food does not nourish you.
cision in favor of the Warner Valiev set • treasurer, between said 6th day of July,
tlers reversed and title given his company • 1892, and said 5th day ot August, 1893,
Do you want to Save Money ? to some 37,900 acres of land. Cogswell I collected and received various sums of
has seinred the appointments at the > money as such treasurer, being a part of
Lakeview land office to suit his interests. , the taxes 1 aised in this countv and belodg-
Yes! aftei using it daily for six months a
A Washington correspondent writes: : ing to the plaintiff, ^mounting to the sum
iadv’a skin will be as pir.k.soft and velvety,
Cogswell Would like to see some duty put of $15,345.89, which lie failed to account
as pure and clear as the most delicious ba
on wool, but lie has given that up after • for, oa to pay over, and he is unable to do
by « skin. It is not an artificial cosmetic.
mingling with the tariff-smashers here. . so; that said Geo. E. Bloomer, although
It cleaii'es. refines, purifies ami whitens. It
called on and requested to do so, failed
feed' and nourishes the skin tissues, thii'
of Cod-liver, "with hypophosphites of lime and soda,
For the relief and cure of a cold in the ! and neglected to make any settlement.
b ini'hing wrinkles, marks and scars. It is
as harmless as dew and as nourishing to
finds weak spots, cures them, and stores up latent
Palm than in anything else il b possible to
the skin as dew 1.« to 1 he ¡lower. Price »1.
This preparation ha'for years , j term, 1893, thereof as required, hv law,
Bottle lasts three months.
strength in solid flesh to ward off disease. Phy si-
pa-t been making a brilliant success as a l and has ever since failed and neglected
Will make you a Fine Suit of Clothes i remedy for cold in the behd. catarrh and I to make any settlement.
Itaiaple Bat I Ir mailed free to any lady
in the Latest Styles
dans, the world over, endorse it
receipt of 10 cents in stamps to pay
ha\ fever. Used in the initial stages of
The complaint further alleges that said
postage and packing.
; these complaints Cream Balm prevents any ' Bloomer ah(M*onded from the state, leav-
—: FROM $22 UP.
M rs . 1 > krvaisk G ra 11 in,“Beatify Dpctor,’
seriou'development of the symptoms,while ! ing said $15,345.89 unsettled and unac-
3425 State Street. Chicago, Ill.
recall on in before having your suits almost numberless« ca'e« are on record of , counted for, and also admits credits
Send stamp for book “ How to be Beau-
radical enre-t of chronic catarrh and hay
SCOTT’S EMULSION cures Coughs, Colds, Weak
fever after all other treatments have proved I amotintmg to $7.493.18, and ptays for a
Lungs and Wasting Diseases.
Front St., Medford, Or.
judgment for $7,752.76.^*» - —
of no avail.
For sale by Aablaad Drug Co.
PiWied W Mt ♦ iewosi N. y .
Six months .......................................... j jo
Three months...................................... ; 75
Advertising rates given on application.
Tha Famous Hostelry of Southern Oregon is now
in First ('lass :
Special Rates to Boarders and large parties of Tour-
>top at 11/ie’ Oregon.
FOR MOST COMPLETE LINE OF
Etc., Kept in This Country, Go To
M. C. MYER
GARLAND STOVES & RANGES
CROSS-CUT SAWS, LANTERNS, GUNS*
EAGLE. ROLLER MILLS
C. FARNHAM, Proprietor.
Manufacturer of Choice Steel Cut Roller Process
Highest cash price paid for Barley and Corn
at all times.
-ELY’S CREAM BALM-Cleanses the Nasal
Passages, /kUaya Pain an J. Inflammation, Meals
the Sores, Restores Taste and Smell, and Cures
BOOT & SHOEMAKER
ty intn the. Xoatrilt. ----- It ia Quickly Absorbed.
iruggists or by mull. ELY BROS., 60 Warren St., N. Y.
N. D. YOUNG ’
and Government Land Locator
¿rjLOKZsojsr-virjLZE ozrzeg - ozn -.
gained a complete knowledge Qf the lay of the land in this country by ac-
tual experience, 1 am thereby enabled to give strangers seeking information the
bestof satisfaction. Locating on government lands a specialty.
Every Doss Effective
The Medford Merchant
You Need Flesh
Rolling Barky for Farmers a Specialty.
Rolled Barky and Feed of all Kinds at Lowest Cash Prices.
MEAL , » GRAHAM
Salary and expenses paid weekly from start.
Parmanent position. Exclusive terri tory^^l
advantages to beginners.
commission to local part-
time afent«. Largest^^
growers of clean,
for the orchard,
lawn and garden,
want you now, whilw j
the fruit industry is bo|
, important. Good chance for
v advancement. Outfit and full par-
Aicnlars fre<- BROWN BROS- CO-, nur-
PFierymen. rortlacd. Or«. (ThUUousvb
reliable- Nam» thi» paper. Rd.)
The Webfoot Route
E. W. HADLEY,
R eceiver .
IINE------ QUICK DISPATCH------ LOW
ER EIGHT RATES
Between Willamette Valley points
and San Francisco.
OCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS.
White Sulphur Springs
S. 8. Willamette Valley—Leaves San
Francisco, November .*>. 14 and 23.
8. 8. \\ illainette Valley—leaves Yaquina
Novemlier 9. 19. and 28.
This Company reserves the right to
change sailing dates without notice.
Steamer “Hoag’’ leaves Portland. Wed
nesday and Saturday, 6 A. M.
H. C. D av . Gen. Ag’t, Salmon Street
Water of any temperature desired
Natural Temperature »5 deg’s
D. R. V aughn , Gen. Ag’t, San Francisco,
TO DRIU THE WATER IS A THIC. Cal.
R. E. M ulcahy , Gen’l Supt. Corvallis,
Being Sulphuric and Alkaline it eradicates Oregon.
fungi and animalcules, and neutral
izing and correcting all acidi
ties it promotes a normal and
healthful condition iu every
part of the system.
inclosed and covered, the same medical (
water, always clean, for the springs run a •
heavy volume- more than twelve hun
dred gallons per hour.
You may dive and swim and have more
fun than “anybody’ —come out as “tine
as silk” and “white as wool”—rejuven
ated and happy.
A. C. FRY J CO
l/ocat<*<l on the
HELMAN LAND, HALF A MILE
NORTH OF THE PLAZA.
ATTENTION TO G KEEN
and Dried Fruits, Batter. Eggs, Cheese
and Dressed Poultry.
- -JL.- CL FRY &c OO-