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MEDFOUT) MATL TmnUNTC, MEDFOW), OKFION, MONDAY, APIW, 0, 10M.
THE NINTH INFANTRY ENTHAIMING AT RMT THOMAS FOn MEXICAN BOnDER
Murine Mm ell lint i'l of mi Inch
of ruin full which In :ifi liirliiiH bit
low Hut noriiiiil. Thh. iiimIii'h tint de
ficiency from tin- first of llm rlliuutlc
year 10,71 lnilum.
TIio prediction for today lit rnln
Ulil Ai'lll t'lixtiiri'H tu tin wet Mini
riMil. rnri'i'nNli'r T, V. Urahn call
tint froat on the I'Hili n Imnl frcoio.
Home Idea of the weather In March
ran tin obtained from llm report of
.'U rlrar tin), 0 cloudy iIuh, anil U
Varlly cloudy ilayn which Ik seldom
(MinntlKil In tint iiilililln of nuniiiiur.
Tim report follow!
" ii i i I. i . .
KWtwj&rwtwr&mw -w iiit j...''.! z urmmim u,rtraa
.ltaK :ATV -: iY'ZW
Date. Mux, Mill. In.
1 f.7 ,VJ .12 IM tlily
a r..i an .02 cii-nr
I a r.S 32 .... Clunr
i r.7 -ii ,ims ciomiy
r ; is .... rir
0 US a I .... Cl.-nr
7 72 .17 .... Clear
H 71 ail .... Clour
f 72 ail .... Clear
10 7H as .... Clear
II "n .IS .... Clear
12 71 10 .... Clear
M "0 a.s .. clear
11 H 3.1 .... Clear
IS 70 3D .... Clear
I" 73 .1)1 .... Clear
17 77 31 .... Climr
IK 70 IIS .... Clear
l! !2 3N .. Clear
30 Ml 3i5 .... Clear
21 7H 37 .... Clear
21 71 3.1 .... I't fitly.
23 153 3.S .... 't. rldy.
24 6 3K .... I't. rldy.
3S SI 2ti .... I't. ldy.
2)5 SS 23 .... Clear
27 Si! 31 .... Cloud v
25 Sfi 3D .... Cloudv
2U SS 3G ,20 Cloudy
30 S7 39 .02 Cloudy
Mean iiinOiiiuin m,2
Mean minimum 30.2
Mean .. SI. 2
Total precipitation 0. 12
Number of ilaja clear , .. 20
Numlier of days urtl cloudy .. S
Number of iltivn cloudy 0
Heavy freeto 011 the Siith,
l'ree11 of 2Ctll did little dnmtlRO
to orchard whore flrlnt; iih done.
Some Ion reported from 11 11 fired or
chard. TiiKonem: r ouaki:.
Loral forecaiter, weather tiureau.
Within a short time iifti r l'Mslilt-nl
Wilson iledded that tho Texas bonlei
needed mure troop" to protect rill
rutin there against Mexican marnii
dera the .Ninth Infattiry, which wan
al Fort Thomas wan on It n wn", to
FOR CHILOQUIN LINE
KI.AMATU FALLS, April .
Thn expected motor service belweo,v
this city and Ciilloiitilii will nut bo
Initialled by thu Southern Pacific
company. J, U, I.IkIii, traveling
paheiiKor agent for tho company, link
carefully Investigated tho matter and
sayn that ho cannot ronielenllousl)
recommend to tho board of opera
thin that a motor car ho put In sor
vlco on tho linn north of hero.
Mr. Light feels very favorable
toward Klamath, Ho savs ho would
like ory uiiicli to recommend tho
motor mirvlce. llowoxor, ho hn
found Hint tho traffic that could ron.
nottnlily bo oxpectod doeK not war
rant Km humiliation. Tho expenxe
of nporntliiK n motor car la Kreat,
wa)H Mr. I.lKht, nod beciumo It Ih of
ten In need of repair an export
inechnulc la required to ho almont
coiiHtantly omployod. Hither for tho
inechaule to ho emplojed hero or to
Hond tho car to DiiiiHiuiilr for repair
very often would not ho piolltiiblo,
coiihIiIoiIiik thu moderate amount of
traffic oxpectod between Chlloiiilu
and Kluiimth Falltt.
(WANTS PASS, Or., Apiil (I.
Sily iieics ol' lounlieuii'H are now
hcin' pliinli'il out on the Koue
Itiver OicIiiiiiIh tine'H, between lliU
city mill .Meiliu, thin licin the Hint
elciiHie plnuliii of lliis iomlm
I'niil in fcoiillicin Oicnoii. Tim
iluuliiipi lilt belli),' 111111I0 miller the
iliiiMillou of II. A. Hill, hoilieiilliiiiHt
I'm' the iiieliiml eoiiiiiiuy, mill lie
pliiulH mo liciiiK ii'i'i'iveil lit Meiliu
ill hlnleil t.liimciiU I'ioiii 11 W'llliiiu
cHo ".lower, I'ioiii whom !l 1,11011
IiIiiiiIm weiii rnnliiii'lril lor Mils
HiriiiV ili'liwry, uiiil ulii'iil 11 i'iil
imiiiy ol' lliciii hiivi Imtii lei'i'lM'il
mn) n'li' now In Hie tfiouiiil. Tin1
! itK Ihih Im'cii iiii exccllciil one lol
llm Nellliiu mil ol Mn' mhhic beny
vlni'N, mnl llm ii'iTiil imiix mnl llin
ItHltllllK HI'llllll'l' llMVO UMIII Hmiii
llm lii' I 1,1ml ol' it klnil, I
X" GOLD HILL NUGGETS "'
(I'lom I he Newx.)
Ibiu I!. Seney, cnyiucei-iii ehiui
lit the eemeiit ilillit, lellilucil on
TucNiliiy from 11 weeK'x nbeiicu it I
Smi rrune hco, u licit' lio eoiiferrcil
wild l.eih Hunt, prewnletit of the
eniixtriietiou ennipniiy. The hitler i
i'.xpeetci to return to thi it iMiuie
time within the eomiu weel..
Willi ocr foi men upon the pay
roll, the Itrmleii mine, lniuet of miii
ill r ellletirii(4 ill the Hold Hill ilin
tint, in rcportcil to Iniu' iiinile one
of the Iiii).'! elctiiiuiiH in iln cured
iltinii)! llii' piiKt uioiilli, Miiuy of the
oienilii'H ure miner of experience
mnl ability, who wen ciitii)icil upon
the fttnling M'nle lenxe hlcin. Sev
eral of thee nte milil to bine pnrtiei
pHtcil in the Iiii; iiiiiic'm pro-per'.ty to
the e.xleut of V.'.'iO to fltllO oueli, n
their ictuiii for n 111011 hV labor.
Willow UntV iirvu-cMil wunleii.
Itiley lliiimuerxly, eiiine ilown from
the upper IImhih eieek wihleruenH on
Wciluciliiy upon u pioiioiiiu) trip
to tliH city. Wnriieu lliiinmerxly re
portH ileer mm iiiiiinuiiIIv plentiful,
with tin' eoiiKitr ibuii their million
be. to lower tbe eeiiMi. On Tue
iluv HKverul mile from hi- enhiu the
warden enme upon lite rcuiiiiii of a
coiiKiir kill tin partially ileMiuicil
enreaH of 11 Inrye, flit hiiek. lie Ir
HOW in rori'tpomleiiee with the Hliitc
eoinmiioii ielalio to the puri'luiM
of u pair of varmint dop, mnl hirf
reiiuest for io.Kintiuii'1 in the iliffi
eult !niiueii of iihatiiiK I lit concur
mnl cut tins been kiiiiiIciI, piowiliiijt
iIorh nun be found that will pN a
Miccckful exnuiiiMitioii in triiel.uiK
mnl tenacity. Winn tlue are ooetii
eil Wunleii I In ttimc t 1 coni iilently
promixiw to Iimi a eoiiKur M'tilp up
to dry cveiy new moon, (lunrrt, ol
iiHpiriiij,' eiinino, with 11 full comple
ment of teeth mnl intelligent uoc-,
are iiiMleil to eotrotipoiiil with (lie
wunleii, wIiimo poklofliee nihil e ih
Unity Un, xeivalile lemler of the
(lobl Hill couceil blind, not content
with lilllkiUK 11 mcloilioi hlleecKH of
Hie local oiiMiiiftitimi, is lileinlly
'iu r.Miit; melody to nil pailn of
Miulheiu Oregon. At pii-eul I'lofe
r Day in lemler of the two loenl
IimihIh, one of which U eouipiicil of
pionii-inc ccliiii hoy tulciit, the (Vn
Hal I'oint bund, the Untie Fulls huiiil,
mnl 011 litc-.ilu, eiu n nssihtc m
the orpiulr.ulion of the .Inek-omille
llosi.' biiiK.s bmiil. One ilnv of tho
week will be (.pent in each city, di
recting mnl uxMMliii;.' hum! MinlcnN,
mid 11I odd InncH- when Hairy N
not busy -he impomK to iclml 11 lew
pimiiw mnl miixical iicccxKorieH ut
llin iiiiimc hloie in thii. eil.
The cuceily niitieipaleil pioiluctinu
of the ilcliKlitful eomcilv-ilimiin, "The
Corner Store," y u uuln.NV of local
nIiii'h, !h M'hcilulcil lo oeeiir 011 Fii
lay oveiiinj,' next, Apiil 10. .Mcm
liiTrt of Ibe cusl me A. K. Ilmnhcr,
Hli'linnl Morelock, Maurice Hull, l.e
Icr l.oi it, Williiiui WntMin, l'I.Mle
Sluiw mnl Mis. Dora F.ihliiins, Miss
llciilnh llamhcr, .Mrs. Letter l.onl.
The piny in in four ucls, with 11 fiih
ciiiuluiK mnl uiiithl'iil plot which ecu
Icik iiboiit the obi in in I meielimiiliso
hIoiv. Secinl weeks of Imnl woik
mnl iiiccsHiint lehenisiii; me suiil o
have peiieetcd the member in lln
111i011s 1 oles, niiil 11 pioiliiclioii iintch
licyoml the oiiliuiirv uttiiiiiment of
loenl liileul may be expeelcil. I'ro
cccils I'ioiii the culciliiiiiiuciil will be
eipmlly uppoilinucil to the benefit of
llie hmiii mnl I lie lull t in r fuml. A,
I!, llamhcr, who lius luul much exper
ience in munleiir tliealiicalx, is in
cliiu'u'e of (he I loupe.
IAGLE POINT EAGLETS
I My A. ('. Ilowlcit.
II K. I'liiwcr of Cocur ifAlfiie,
1l11ho, came in lat WciIiicmIuv mnl
chhiikciI 11 room, mnl thu next dux
jwent up on the head of Salt creel;
I to look over 11 timber ela m that be-
loupn to one of bin neighbor in
licit I!. II. II of Mownrd, III., was
alo a riw1 with us the miiiid niht.
He wo on Ins miv to Derby.
MUs IMiii Whrley of I'orllmul,
who hits ben the picct of Mr. mnl
Mrn. William ton dur llelleu for llm
pmt few days, went up to l'n,peei
to isit her parents lm. WciIiicmIuv.
Mrw. .Ioiics, nee l.elah I'rjer, ol
Seattle, 'WmhIi., came down jut in
time to ce hpr mother before flic
pawscd uwiiy ln: Wednesday, April
1, mid the next iiioiuini; Mrs. Aiclce
(Irccn, her sixlcr, nrnved from neni
Died April I, Hit I. Mrs. I.miciii
.lane Krxcr, coiiorl of the late .1.
.1. I'Vjrr, after ti lineiin illnc- ol
eeinl ear. aged ll'J yrnrs, h
uioiiiliK nuil 'J.'l dns. The subject ol
this notice was born in I'lntt eoiiuly,
M'sMiuri. July .S, S."il, crowed the
pbiitis 111 VJ with her iareot. dolin
Lewis, who o tied in the Willamette
xnllox, just below Albany, where she
rviuaiuiil until she was Hi yenrn of
ove, when her parents moved to
luck-on coiiiily. While they were in
the Willamette alley they were
washed out of hoiie mid home in
.laminry, ISO'.', innk'nc Mr. Lewis'
family one of the lii-loiie fumilie
of that seel ion. The few euily -e'-tiers
who hne simixid perhnp
will reincmber the incident of the
fiiuuly's leuiarkable escape diilinii
that flood, mid as n- 111 Lugem'
ut the time the incident come- fresh
to my mind. The waters o the Will
mne;le mernt that time were spread
till over the low Imnl nlonc both
sides of (he liver, mid in ninny in
stalled, owiiu; to the tdoiifis heint;
filled with water, the iiihahitaiits
wem often cut olf from their bariis
mid iil-.it fiom the holier laud. In
this particular nis mice Mr. L. had
iiiaiiHKcd loud to his burn mn) lum
en ail o Ills slock lnoc. but bail no
way of yoiiif,' in thu upland, which
vvtis about u mile nwtiy. So he wii
theie with Lis wife, her mother,
(Irmiiliim Tinner, 11 peifcctly heli
les iiiMilid, mnl live children, iiuiiie
l.. Itenrv. now of Cocur d'Alcne,
Idaho; XcvUon of Applepito, Flunk
of Kayle Point, Mr-. Amiiudii Hell of
Talent (there were two other ehil
dicn bi'iu later, but they were not
in the Hood, that is, Mm. Miiiv I).
Woods of Coo-, Hay mid Mr. Hollo
Miller, whose icsideiice I could not
(emu). As the water Iickhii to come
into the house those who were hirjie
cnoiifjii to entry IIiiiiks up Minis
took such lis they could up mid then
hejjuit to look with nil mi.xicly for
the icscueis, hut thev weui lookiiiu
the front. Till photograph idiowg a
number of ohllurM boordltiK Him
trnlu fo; tbolr now diitluH.
the resi'ticrx came mid took them
olf. This vvns 11 part of lite experi
ence of thu deceased in htir younger
She wits iiiatiicil ((, James John
ncr in March, lh(l7, mid has spent
all of her uiiiriicd life in this neigh
borhood, except tvto XMir hhe spen'
ii Coos Hay. To the titiioii were
bom three diiughtcrs, Argyll- (Jrccn,
Lclnh Jones 11111I (Jlndys I'iurcc, with
whuiii shu was living at the time of
her dentil. Shortly after licr marri
age she made 11 profession of her
faith in Christ and was imuieiscd by
Kov. It. C. (hliwhy and lntur united
with the Hnptist church nt this
plnce. In the laller part of her life
she seemed resigned mid t-cemed to
realize t hit t the time wits hoit when
she would go to that m;inion pre
liared for her.
She not only leaves her three
daughters unit five grandchildren,
hut a host of friends to feel the be
reavement. The fuiiernl services
were conducted at the family resi
dence by her pastor. Itcv. L. L. Sim
mons, and the remains were interred
in the Cent ml I'oint cemetery on
Friday, the lid in-l. There was a
lurge concourse of people in attend
ance during the services, iiml finite
11 number followed the remains to
the last resting plnce.
Died April .'I, 1911, Mrs. Itaehnel
Allen of Derby, rtged till yours,
months and IS tlti. A more extend
ed notice later.
l'mfe-sor C, it. Johnson clo.od
his school in Laurel Hill district last
Wcduosihiy. They had 11 nice pro
gram in the dosing exercises, mid
Mrs. Cliirno, with whom he boarded,
gave 11 putty ut night, nnd thev hud
candy pulling, music, etc., no dune
injr, nnd 11 "ood time geuenilly.
George Wilkiiis of Kentucky nnd
Mr. Malum mid his son, of Siski.vou
county, Culiloiuiii, spent Friday
night with us.
A. W. Wnlkcr, emididute for sher
iff on the reoiiblicnn ticket, mid
Henry Miller of Mcdford were with
its Friday. Mr. Walker seems to be
ipiite Mipiilar in our little town. We
also had D. Sely mid wife mid A.
It. Sating: mnl Mrs. Cunningham, nil
of Mcdford, tor dinner Friday. Mr.
Saling was out to show them some
of our good laud.
Mr. mnl Mrs. Paul Ojsl.vke of Trail
came out Saturday, took dinner w.th
us mid went 011 lo Mrdiord Satur
POIITLAND, April ft.-- IteccipN
for the week have bcmi: Cuttle,
IJ'i'l; calves, ;t; ho, 1209; sheep,
Cattle market sternly In Inner
Him week. I lest light-weight steer
lop oup (o -iH aga'u. Hotter beef
dcuimid iih Faster approaches.
Huleher stock in good position, wiili
strong call for ulmifie cows nud
heifers, which urn selling from .f ()."."
Hog market irregular, with n weak
lemlency, mid tops hovered around
8."0 mid jj8.7."i mofit of the week,
and clime d .8.(!0 to 8.70. Itcceipts
A linn sheep house with both
motion mnl liiuib on higher level.
Wool wethers at i'.."tl and ewes nt
$."i.2i nre 'Joe bettor bids than those
ruling tin days ago. First 11)11
spring lambs selling "off enrn" at
10 and .fill", featured the late
session. I.iipiitlittioii did not meet
I ALONG ROGUE RIVER f
"Tir FOR TIRED
Ah' what relief. No more llrnl frcti
' no more burning fct, swollen, lm mncll
. Ing. nwrnly ItH. No more pain In corn
rnlloiues or Imnlonii. No rnatUr what
In Any Form of Blood
Trouble tho Curo is Rapid.
in vain, mid iiboiil 'J p, m. Mtv, L,
MRS. LILLIAN M. STEVENS.
PRESIDENT W. C. T, U DEAD
I'OIITLAND, Me, Apiil (I. Ml.
Iilllimi M. Hlcieiis, uiilioiiiil picsideu,
of I In r. ('. I'. I', mnl vlce.pic.idcol
of Ilia W'oi Id I'liloii, died n Ini
home hen, Imlnv. hhe hud liccu pi
1 01 1 tt ml weeks,
siivv Hint Hie house was bound to go,
so ho took 11 bed cord off one of the
bcdsloiitl-i (they didn't htivo spring
beds mid slal bedsteads in those
da.vs,, taking the tope, he tote off it
pint of the loot' of thu house.
climbed fiom there lo 11 clump of
liiiliu or coltonwood trees, nnd tak
ing I he lope wove 11 plnce where he
could place the hoaiils of the minor
Hour, their Inking the cliildiin mid
lushing them on the plutloim one hy
one, he then look Mrs. Tinner null
then his wif mid after they were nil
sul'elv iiiielioieil in the brunches of
tho Irees, winked us long us it wits
I'ghl enough to see. Hut they yvuil-
id in vuiii. They had not been in
the lice lop hill 11 few minutes until
the house unshed nwny, nnd Mr.
Lewis, Uncle Johnnie, us we used lo
cull Mm, In relating the Incident In
me, said Hint every time the I ices
would vibinlc he could led thai ihcy
well' uriiduiilly giving way, And
thu. Ihcv sat dining llm! long niubl
and llie in 11 coming itimn 10 lol -
icnl-, ivpii tinit In In ihikhcil In u
iwiii iv unite 1 tin inoineiil lu n
la t, (iboul HI 01 hoi,, 1 he ni ,,ij,
.xi rn. .. w. linn ami Mrs. C II.
Ilernmn woro In .Mcdford Friday af.
.Mm. h. M. Johntitoii of (Irnnts
Pars has been tho guest of .Mm. Fred
Slfora for the pant week.
Mrn. K. !:. .Smith spent Friday af
ternoon In Central Point.
Fred Sliors went to .Mcdford on
Mrs. It. II. Swnnk went to Mcd
fonl Mondny afternoon.
.Mrs. i:ilii. lluea bpeut Monday u
Mrs, W. II. ForsuHon wn In Cen
tral I'oint Tuemlay nfternoon.
M. O. Heniiott and vviro who woro
hero for n short tliuo left the first
pari or mo week. Mr. Dennett Is
now doing some aurvevlng not far
Mr. mid Mrs. J. Stevens drove, to
Jacksonville Monday to attend to
Mr. and Mrs. John l.nitornnin drovo
to (told Hill Tuemlay to trude.
A .MKIMCINI-: OF .MI.'ltIT
A proiirletary niodlclne. like every
thing olm that come before tho pub.
lie. him to prove Its merits. The
law of the mirvlvnl of the flttont ap
Piles In this field as In others. Tho
iciuou for (he tremendous micccx
of LviHa II Plukhiiiii's VeKutuhlo
Coiiipiiiiml Is beriiiike It hits been fill-
rillliiK 11 real human need for foity
tears, so that loduy thoiitumU of
American women own their lieultli
uiiil liHiilueis tu tho iiiHrvcloiis
power nf this faiiunii medicine mudn
from roots uud livrbs uitiiiios re
uied) fin vtoiiiiiu Ills
Mss .Snuinntba Miutur was the
guest of Mrs. Kiigene Hvllovvs the
last of the week.
Tout llelcher has traded his FJk
creek property to Mr. Leg for Cen
tral I'oint properly. He moved to
(Viilml I'oint the first of the week.
Mrs. I'm nk John-on and children
have returned home lifter spending
the winter 011 Iteece creek.
Miss Ktilit Houston closed the
spring tenn of school in the Aulioeh
F.ltoit Ittiinev vvns in Ccutnil I'oint
Hurry Coffccn wunt to Mcdford
Wednesday to play baseball.
C. Cregor mnl Harry Howard
were Central I'oint visitors Wedncs
ilay. Professor Johnson cloed a sis
months' term of school in the I-uii-
rel district Wcdiiesilny with a nice
program. In the evening .Mrs. Jetlie
Cliirno gave n enndy pulling mid nil
present report mi cnjoynble time.
The rain Saturday was welcomed
by the fanners.
Mn. Daily of Mcdford spent the
week-end with her fiilhcr, J. C. Han
licit Wygnnt of Ashlnnd has been
visiting his sister, Mrs. F.ugene Hel-
Amos Ayers sinyrd with Lloyd
French Wednesday night.
Mr. Arborgast has sold his ftinu
near Long Hrmieh to Cnlifontiii par
ties mnl has gone back to his for
mer home on the John Day river.v
Mrs. George Staeev of eltngle was
the guest of her sister, Mr-. Will
Houston, of Long Hrnnch.
Mr. Trusty of F.lk creek (our next
mail currier) made n trip 011 the
stage recently to learn his new du
ties. Kit Fence mid family ure camped
nt Ferry Foster's, cooking for Daxe
Fence's load crew.
Mrs. I'eler Ilelz vvns hostess to
the circle Tuesday nud ouilted on a
ipiilt. Those present were: Me
diitnes I low a id, Coffeen. J. Clnrno,
It. ( lanio, Itet. mid Hergituui.
Tom Ituiney of Central I'oint has
icitted the Lnwreiitx place nud has
been up putting in 11 crop.
Chris Xatvvick is grading and
building 11 piece of road &outh of
Stevo Smith of Medfonl drove out
10 spend Saturday mid Sunday with
the nun you're
just 11 j "TIZ."
out all tin pol
tluna wbl'h puff
up tho fret;
"TIZ" la mag
leali "TIZ" 7
wlll cure your
ftxit trotibi n
joti'll never limp or draw up yotr face
In pain Your hovi won't Kim IkjIi
and jour fret will nnrt. never hurt o
Bt ore, swollen or tlrrd.
Oct ft 23 cent lot at nnr dnijj or
drpartment itorf, are! get rHi'f
Cattle and Hogs
Wo Want Thcni
Wo will remove them from your
premises on short notice, frco of
crargo, anywhere, within a radius of
10 miles from Mcdford.
Mi:i)i'om iii:m;ctio.v CO.
An ntonlhlnft rrcnnt of erlon bloofl
polomlnx u il.illr brmiKlit lo our attrntlnti.
' Ami m.-it If not ait thf. UfIi;r.iC
I clmllk run lil Im aTrrl'il wf rn thn lilooit
prlmnl, tnnml ami imrinisj In adranrn hf
that wotiilcrful rcmiljr known ctfrrwliTn
ai H. H H. few popi rrallm mvt cnlctlr
the rtrm Is-cnnini Infrctril with the actiU
ami frrmcnla from anitlKMtnl fowl, con-
llpatlon and Inactlro kldncji.
Tbe jmplom are frrrr, thlrnt, exclt
abllltr. "Irr akin followed lir raali. ami
1 raanjr InJIratlon wronslx Ulnirnopd an
rtomalne pohonlni?. Thli comlltlon Ii at-
moat UDlvtmal la all cllmAIr and la
(jultkl orercooie hy the action of K. H. H.
The meillrlnal propertlra of H. H. 8. aro
1 rriMiivi jumi mn mrniiN, in writ iminiici-ii
' health aa are the ntitrltlre proprrttra of
. the tnt. Kraln. fata anil anipira of our
ilallr f'ssl. Ami If nil will ts-ar lhl fact
1 In mind ami sec jour Mmsl under thn
dominating Influtnce nf 8. 8. H. jou will
not onlj drlre out Ihoae tmpnrltlra that
ratue Ilhrumatlim, Catarrh, Rncma. llm
1', Holla and thin anrrnlc blood, but 7011
will feet anew the thrill of hfatth that
ran rom only from n purlfteil blooij atream.
I)n not accept anjthlnic ele In place of
F. K 8.: pay no attention to the "Jnat a
ftnori" claims of those who wotiM aacrlflco
ynnr' health to make an extra profit. 8.
H. 8. mntalna no mineral, no crude ilrnex.
nolhlns but the mont beneflelal botanical
material. Po be aure and Bet 8. 8. 8.
ami arold iHaappotntmrnt. net a bottlo
todir and write for free artrlre to Tho
8wlft Hpeelflc Co., 222 Swift Hide-, At
I.ls'ht bouechCciiInK- Ilcnt by week or month only.
A quiet, refined homo for people who like comfort more than ele
gance, and rents well within the limit of their pockctbooks.
Slimmer rntca. Kvcrythlni; modern and up-to-date.
217 South Illvcraldc. Look us up.
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Tbe New Ilrlrk Union I.hcry Horn on Soutli Itlvcrsido
Hvcrythlng new and up-to-date. Livery and ambulance service.
GAUNYAW & BOSTWICK, Props.
SUNRISE LAUNDRY AND
The ."Japanese Cleaning and Pressing Parlors will be eom
binctl with the Sunrise Laundry March 15, and we will bo
prepared to do everything in these lines and guarantee
Ladies' and Men's Suits Dry Cleaned, $1.25; Suits
pressed 50c. All kinds of dyeing. Club rates, $1.50 month.
We call for and deliver goods.
215 S. Riverside.
L E I N
Suits lo order, prices reasonable.
Next door to First National Hank, up
stairs. MUmOitl) TAII.OHS.
Where is the Best Place to
Why llroailley's of Course, tho only placo In Southern Oregon whoro
you can get Uurpccs Seeds and Mulford's Nltrogerm. IIo has had nearly
30 years experience In handling and growing seeds and customers all have,
tho benefit of his experience. It Is only a fovv steps from Main street and It
will certainly pay you to take tho fovv extra stops to Ilroadloy's' whoro yon
can get everything for tho garden. Uso Mulford's Notrogorin In your le
gumo crops, Uttrpees Spencer Sweet Peas have no equal and you havo
about 40 of tho very best varieties to choose from. If you don't boo
wtf.". you want ask for It..
BROADLEV THE FLORIST AND SEEDSMAN
Is lu tho M. F. & II. Building
Store ritone 872
Greenhouse H9" J
Tho Imported IVrcheroii stallion,
owned by Walter Kltto will bo In
I'hoenlx, on Moulin), Jiiilinonvlllo,
TuendaM; the Dli'Key plum at Table
Itoelt, on Wedueaduy and Thiiril'.
and Vincent barn In Medford nil Frl
dnis uud Hutuidu).
riiouo Mn I ii I 'J Jii(I.Miiie, Oie,
on Christian Science
3y WTLL1S li GROSS, C. S. M., ui' IJasloii, uNta.
Monday Evening, April 6th
At Eight o'clock