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DEEPLY DEPLORED BY
POIITIiAND, Dec 3D. When in
formed of t lie nuirtlcr of Deputy
flame Warden llnbhnrd nt Trnil by
l,orin Martin, llic poacher, State
fJmno Warden W. Tj. Finlev stated:
"J am deeply grieved to bear of Ihii
crime, as 1 always considered Ilnh
bard one of (ho bct men we bad in
the service. He hni been in the em
ploy of the. same, department for the
last three years and wan n forest
ranger ircuoti.s to that time.
"Hubbard was peculiarly fitted for
the work be was carrying on, n he
wuh absolutely without fear, but was
not bol -beaded, and always bandied
nffnirs of this kind in the luM pos
Sloit lCfrictcnt at Warden
"I have known him ever since be
has been in the employ of the state,
have taken trips with him and know
that he was not only careful, but ef
ficient, lie never looked for trou
ble, and know that on one occas
ion he went up to a man who had
threatened lo kill him on sight, talked
to him for nwhile and finally accom
plished liis purpose without blood
shed. In other cases, even in the wild
country in which he worked, he has
been highly regarded even by violat
or of the law whom he has been
obliged to nrrrst.
"While I do not know Martin per
sonally, 1 know him liv reputation,
and he has the reeord of being a gnn
mnn, always carrying a weapon with
him. 1 think the fellow became hot
headed and didn't realize what he was
doing. The case is particularly sad,
on account of Hubbnrd leaving a wife
and two small children at Ashland,
where ho made bis home."
Following the news of the murder,
the state fish and game commission.
which was in session here, adopted
the following resolutiens:
"Whereas, the commission has
heard, with the deepest regret, of the
killing of Deputy flame Warden Ar
thur S. Hubbard in Jackson county,
"Whereas, the deceased hns, since
bis employment in the service, been
regarded as a careful, honest, pains
taking and conscientious deputy;
therefore, be it
"Itcsolved, That we sincerely de
plore tbo untiniflv death of Deputy
flame Warden Arthur S. Hubbard,
and hcrebv extend the sympathy of
the members of this board to hir be
reaved family in their affliction; and
"That State Game Warden William
L. Finlcy and Sam L. Sundry, dNt-ict
warden, of Itoguo ltiver, be instructed
to lend to tiu proper authority of
Jackson county every available help
in bringing the slayer to justice.
BE SEEN AI STAR
On Monday and Tuesday tbo Star
theater will show what is without any
doubt the most interesting pictures
that it is possible to produce, and pic
tures that will appeal to every man,
woman and child in this great west.
The title of the feuturo is "Indian
Wars Kef ought by United States
Army," nnd are a series of thrilling
pictures of. tbe. hibt, great hat ties of
tho west. There are six reels, und
such well-known nrmy officers as
General Nelson A. Miles, Major Gen
eral Jesse M. Lee, Major General
Charles King, Brigadier General
Frank Baldwin, Brigadier General
Marion 1 "Mnus, II, G. Sickbi with
the gallant seventh cavalry, and that
greatest of all great -Indian scouts,
Colonel W. F. Cody "Buffalo Hill"),
tho most picturesque figure of our In
diun wars, are nil seen with the lcm
jiiihIh of the tribes of the Cheyennes,
Brides, Sioux nnd Crows, re-enacting
tbo famous buttles in which they
wrote their names in crimson of dar
ing days upon the scroll of immortal
Those pictures have been approved
by tbo president of the United Stales,
and are a tremendous appeal to the
Hoy Scouts of the wot Id, and nro in
teresting to every one.
Our Christmas tree entertainment
will bo held Tuesday night at 8 p.
m. Good program, bo suro and
Get Governor Johnson and Mt.
Pitt cigars in Qhrlstmaa boxes. Home
mudo and tho best.
With kedfotd trade is Mcdfoia made
FOR RELIEF SHIP
A letter has been mailed lo every
city and town in the valley asking the
cHiseiis to secure donations of food
stuffs for the Hclginns.
Hundreds of thousands over there
are facing starvation now and unless
help is forthcoming, an appalling
number of women and children will
Oregon and Washington have taken
the responsibility of supplying a
7,'iOO-ton MiiVln tait. early in Jan
uary. California is sending a full
.Money suiiserweti win no iimm io
purchase supplies at local stores.
Xon-perishable foodstuffs only will
be sent, such as flour, lice, beans,
dried and canned fruits, smoked
Large shawls, warm skirls, woolen
stockings, muffler, hoods and mit
tens nro nNo wanted.
Assemble your supplies, hnxe them
securely boxed and mark the name of
your city on every package.
A car will leave Ashland the last
of December ami pick ut tit each sta
tion as far as Grants Pass (be dona
tions. Towns nut on the railroad can
send their supplies to the nearest
Southern Pacific railway station, or
to the Mcdfonl Wholesale Grocery
Cash contributions mnv bo made
payable to the Hclgiitn relief fund. W.
II. Gore, tecretary, care of the Mid
ford National hank, and he will pur
chase supplies with same.
Mail voiir list of donations to the
.Mcdtord l ommernnl club, so your
city will ho given due imhlicitv credit.
There will be a meeting of the peo
ple already interested in the relief of
the Hclginns at the public library,
Monday, December 21. 2 p. in., nnd it
is requested that all the churches in
Slcdforil select a representative or
committee tomorrow to attend this
SHIP 847 CARS
(Contlnuod from iaw I.)
consigned io the Sou hern Pacific
Present Year's Kcconl
her gN Shook
It. River L 8 . - .
Gold Hill :I0 11 2
Cent. Point. 2o 4 1(1 . bM
Mcdfonl lfl!l 11 2! 1 2(10
Voorhic 2 0 - .
Phoenix 12 2
Talent 2o n 7 . . .
Ashland I!) 3 -1 2 l.Vl
.'114 2 J r.7 :i 440
Tidal 'MS cars lumber, shingles,
box shook, and lath, ami 41!) cars of
wood, making 817 carloads of these
products that briginnted outside nnd
were shipped into Jackson county
during the past twelve mouths.
The money that is sent out to pay
for lumber product is needed at home
and should be expended here with
the lumber manufacturer in Jack
son county, who in turn will expend
it with the laboring man and the
Asks for CMMralin
With this statement of facts for
the consideration of the people of
Jackson county, I desire to take this
opportunity of asking ihe people of
this county to co-operate with me and
assist me in the establishment of n
saw-mill and a box factory in the
city of Medford, Oregon. It is my
purpose, if the proper encourage
ment is given, to reorganize the Cra
ter Lake Lumber company, and to do
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fireproof, central &
Rates Moderate. Send for
free booklet. V
Hotel Benson I
WEDFOKP MATL TRTBTTNTi),
a gcnenil timber, longing ami ntiiuu-
. lueiuung business uiui it is mv pur-
pose to capitalize tho company Tor
lo0.t)OII. uml 1 desiio lo raise .i0,-
J 000 of said sum in Jackson county
for this cnloipiiso. If $00,000 of the
capital stock shall bo subscribed by
the citizen of this county, a like
i amount will bo subscribed by myself.
payable in equipment, plant, mill site
and timber, at a valuation to ho fixed
by cither the stockholders of the cor
poration or by tho directors thereof;
and if the same is subscribed, it is
my purpose to start construction of
the plant not later than January 1,
101"), and have a saw mill ready for
operation by April 1 and a box fac
tory by June 1, so that 1 may ho able
to handle the lOlo business of tho
$200,000 Annual Itusliicss
With the plant that 1 should have
with this stock subscription, mv an
nual pay roll would ho approximately
$80,000 and a $200,000 annual busi
ness would ho transacted, and the
difference between the $200,000 or
mure which wo shall ho required to
pay out for lumber as wo now do and
which is sent outside of tho county,
and the $200,000 which this plan!
would bring into tin county by virtue
of this business, would make an an
nual money gain to tho county of
I think with these facts that nro
paten! to all the citizens of the coun
ty, I am justified in soliciting a sub
scription from tho people of Jackson
county of $o0,000 toward tho capi
tal stock of this proposed enterprise:
and if this subscription shall ho
raised, it is mv purpose to have from
among me oiiiiks auo ousiuess men oi
SALTS IF KIDNEYS
H&rmlets to flush Kidneys, and neatral
izo irritating acidi Splendid
Kidney and Madder weakneia result
from uric acid, says a noted authority.
Tho kidneys filter this acid from the
blood and pass It on to tho bladder, where
it often remains to irritate and intlame.
causing a burning, scalding sensation, or
setting up an irritation at the neck of
the bladder, obliging you to seek relief
two or three times during the night.
The sufferer is in constant dread, the
vater passe sometimes with a scalding
sensation anil is very nroluse; again,
there is difficulty in avoiding it.
Madder weakness, most folks call it,
because tucy cant control urination.
While it Is extremely annorini; and some'
times very painful, this Is really one of
the most elmpio ailments to overcome,
Oct about four ounces of Jad Salts
from your pharmacist and take a Ublo
iooniul in a glass of water before
Ijrcikfnst, continue this for two or three
las. lids will neutralize the acids in
the urine to it no longer Is a source of
rrltution lo the bladder and urinary or
.pins which then net normilly ap.iln.
Jad Salts is Iriexpcnulvr. harmlrM
ind is made from the nctd of gratied one
rmon juice, combIn-d with litlila, am
n uxxl by tl'oiihnndu of folks who ar
ibject to nrin.irv dlwudeM cmiaAl l
rie acid Irritiitimi. Jad HalU Is xpler.
dl for kidneys and tnuc no bio
'l'TC rnu hnve a p!ciant. cflVrvi'Ver
ii.rlrr drir'j, which piicllr rclicvi
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Matinee or Evening
Xmns Greetings from the Page.
Portland, Or. Oarl Srnley, Mrr. f
Ibis comity a hoiud of seven diicc
tors for this corporation.
I shall want uu exclusive option
lo purchase tho slock subscribed,
within three ears from the date of
tho orgauiratiou of the coipotatioii,
ul $1.0o for each dollar invested,
and upon the condition that if the
dividends that have been paid upon
said stock within Said tune shall not
equal seven per cent interest on tho
payments uiado on account of said
Stock subscription, thou there shall
be milled to said option price such
addtioual sum as will make such in
vestment earn interest nl the rate of I
seven per cent.
My purjMwo in having an exclus
ive option being Jia prevent the pur
chase by some outside rival corpora
tion which I purpose orgauir.iug as
This industry, if established, will
furnish employment for many men
who will necessarily ho fed hv tbo
produce of the count v and will re
sult in prosperity for the county gen
erally. Do you think this enterprise is
worth encouraging lccnuso of tho di
rect and indirect benefit that will
accrue to all of tho oi! irons of Jack-
sou county by keeping much wealth
TOO 1TR TO CIA88IKT.
KOH HKNT Furnished housekeep
ing rooms with lights, gas hnth.
345 North llnrtlett. 'W
WANTKO A second-hand hIhrIc
buggy, Must he reasonable. Phono
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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twin. inll IO 111. H1U.
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SOiB BY DfiVGQISTS EVERYWtERE
MEDFORD GARAGE REPAIR SHOP
v All kinds of Automobile Repairing and Machine work done.
,. Carbon removed by oxygen. Our work is strictly guaranteed.
We make the prices right in every respect. Give us a trial
and be convinced. -
Shop Phone 413
within the county ami cmplov mituv
laborers at good salaries' This is
an oppoituuo lime and this (lie op
poituuity to slop the drain unon the
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W. T. Dozicr, Res. Phone 539J6
TO OUR CUSTOMERS
Mr. 13. W. PjiuI, 14 W. Min street, Medford, Ore., him
purchased our entire stock of small appliances, inside, wir
ing' material and lighting fixtures. "We have elose'd our
retail department, hut will still continue to carry a com-
pletc line of ranges, water heaters, air heaters and motors.
The cost of operating a complete electric cooking outfit' is
$5 per month; with water heater, $8 per month.
California-Oregon Powct Co ijarrry?
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fiimnccu of Jackson county and to
got (he lido of money t mining Into
tho county instead of having it fln.tv
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