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LOCAL BALL TEAM
PLAY LEAGUERS ON 10TH
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, (For Hie Courier by T. F. Hauley.)
WASHINGTON. April 1. 4 Maua!,,.r Fred Roper of the Grants
!i:ivrtom of fre.iiileiiilal booms j'ggg Baseball rlub, chainplotii last
contributed their claim of dele- ,v(.ar Dr tle Rogue River Valley lea-
WfJCKLT ROOkE K18B COLMMW
i.'tf up to this morning as fol
lnwi: llepiibll an --DHf iat-t In
convention. 107D. Necessary to
I true, infuiiiig The Courier that the
i personnel of his regular team for
the present season hag practically
,Ij;.'d deddod on, and the names of
Choice. 539. Claimed for Taft. the payera wfa0 are thU year to shed
luster on the metropolis of the raln
!eral, hop. alfalfa, poultry and fruit
claimed for C.unmltm, 2. Con- , beU re(5,on of gouthern Oregon will
71 rinlmoH for n.irm.vlt
Claimed for LaFollette,
c-iled by Taft bureau to Roose
velt, 30. Conceded by Koohp-v-lt
bureau to Taft. SO. Con-tt-HtH
admitted by Taft man
ayTH, 12. Contests tn b made
b KooHevelt maniiKci h, 112.
hemoi ratu IMpkhiph In
convention, 1.032, .WcsHiiry to
choice 72S. Claimed for
Clark. 66; (talmeil for Wilson,
liV Pledged for Governor
i be made known about Easter.
Roper, than whom a more en'hus
lastlc, energetic and unselfish friend
of the national retime does not ex
ist, and who has given freely of his
time and money In order that the
American sport hereabouts might not
perish Is making efforts to complete
arrangements with Nick WHIlama.
manager of the Portland Northwest
ern League team, for an exhibition
Mi'.all. 30. FledKed for Gov- ,,, hpre Wednesday, April 10. be-
einor isiirlie, in. Claimed or
Harmon, 3. (loth Wilson and
Clark manaKerg claimed the 20
Kansas deleKBfeH The Wilson
bureau claimed eight of the 12
Maine delegate), who are Instructed.
tween Grants Pass and the "Pip
pins." To Insure the success of these
arrangements, .toper would like to
have the support of every one, es
pecially the merchants, bankers and
other business houses, to the extent
that they close their doors for a
couple of hours that their working
forces may be allowed to see what
should prove a splendid exhibition of
i Nick Williams Is an old favorite.
having played with the local team In
1901 and 1902. He has played also
The Leonard Orchard company I. Maner ,lop;r thnlB he Uag
doing clearing on a large scale. The rrawn from tho Applegate valley an-
WASHINGTON, April . la a
iai rruaee to congress today
! President Taft asXed for an appro
priation of $5ou.'."J'J to fight the
flood racing alons the Mississippi
'river, the f.md to be placed at the
! disposal of army engineers to pre
Jveiit the bursting of levrt. The mes
sage suid in part:
' "These levees contribute not only
'to the tafety of adjoining agricu
ltural lands and bettletnents, but also
are a part of the great governmental
I projects for maintenance of naviga
tion in the lower walls of the Miss
issippi. I urgently recommend an
immediate appropriation. No time
'should be lost In taking the ne.es
'sary sps In preventing what, but
'for governmental action, may be loss
'not only of millions of dollars' worth
'of nronertv. lint lives as well.'
' WASHINGTON, April 2 By a
vote the house today,
'passed the bill Introduced by Con-,
gressman Ransdell of Louisiana pro-,
vldlng for an appropriation of $350
Mitt. FAG.M FLLO. WHO 4
DIES IX SAX FKAXCISCO. 4
SAN FRANCISCO, April 2. 4
After martial vicissitudes cov- 4
ering a peiiod of I years, dur
whhh time she was married to
live Luabands.. including the
wealthy cattle kins. James Clay
Murphy, and to one of them
twice, Mrs. Edith May Pagnu
ello, a beautiful woman, 34
years old, is dad here today af- 4
ter a brief illness.
Mrs. Pagnuello had been mar
ried to, and divorced from In
turn, O. II. P. Sunderhaus, Wil
liam C. Coffey. Judge Julius
Silvertone of Portland. James C.
Dumphy and Attorney Ernest
Pagnuello. The last named she
re-married after securing a di
vorce from him and she was his
wife at the time of her death.
She was aged 16 years at the
time of her first marriage. 4
LEONARD COMPANY PUT
IN LARGE ORCHARD
company has been einploylug fifty to
Ixty men and many teams during the
winter. There are also several donkey
engines, one being a large one which
other of Its pltcnlng wonders, In a
brawny youth of the strange name of
McFadden. It is well known that
this Applegate country as fertile,
seemingly, In the turning out of
1 . . A ' I M . i 1
rabies h iree iwo una inree leei m htinkv nthlpfp. In tho nrnrliirtlv-
: auieter about twenty feet from the
, .round and pulls it out as if It were
i ' a small sapling.
.ie land, as soon as cleared, Is
- d and made ready for crops by
nation. In due time the land will
Ity of its soil bred the great south
paw, Pernoll, now with .the Detroit
Americana, and Wheeler Osborne,
the popular boy this year with Me
Credle's Portland Reavers. Roper
developed both Pernoll and Osborne.
I... planted to fruit trees, !..-h re ntker the great ule catcner wno
to Include both apple and p.-..r. worke(, wJth Saoramfnt() a wnlle la9t
The Leonard Orchard i..;i.any is ywr wm cttch th, B6W rugUc ffiar.
without exception the largest under-jvt( ,t beeved that Russell
taking of the kind In the Rogue Tu-'Woodi nB Mm.pfly 0rcllard.
er valley. There I. an abundance of ,Bti wh08(J phenomen reach ha8 glv.
capital available to put the ranch In h,m the cognonien of ..Tne Man
tlu, beet of shape, and plans Include smn wl plav flr8t bagei gnd
practical work In the clearing, irrl
gating, farming and fruitgrowing. It
will take time, of course, to fully
complete the work that baa to be
done, but It will he, when completed,
an Ideal horticultural undertaking.
ThU ranch Is located on the south
side of the river directly oppoHlte the
fruit orchard of It. Thomus
AXXOl'XC 'KM EXT.
To the Voters of Josephine County.
I have decided to aunoutue myself
as a democratic i atidhlatc for nom
ination to the office of sheriff of
Josephine, couuty. If 1 am noinln
rted and elected I proinlso a strict
i lenient ut all laws and will
i every possible effort for the
. . ohonslon of criminals.
J. M. MASON.
. tit Merlin. Ore.
it Is likely that the versatile and fin
ished player, Kenneth Williams, will
play second. Williams, In his games
with Sacramento last year batted
.375 and fielded 1,000.
Catcher Raker writes Manager
Roper from Berkeley that he will in
all probability bring a southpaw
pitcher, to whose work Baker has
taken a liking, to Grants Pass to help
Manager Roper announces practice
games today and next Sunday, and
during several of the week-day after
noons between his club and several of
Grants Pass' near-professionals, such
ns Warren Rurt, Ray Wright. Rill
McDonald, August Goettsche, Asi
Holcomb and others. In whom neith
er Increasing years or Increasing
avoirdupois can still their Interest In
the spor:, nor dampen their hallucin
ation that they can "come back."
1 000 with which to strengthen the
: levees along the Mississippi river. It
'is expected the bill will pass the sen
ate this afternoon. The bill Is being
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., April 2.
! -The town of New Madrid is fiood
'ed by the rapidly rising Mississippi
river today and the governor has
I been requested to order the state
! militia to protect the town. The In
habitants there are unable to cope
! with the situation.
1 CAIRO. III., April 2. With the
Mississippi river at r3 1-2 feet today,
ithe water Is now three inches above
all previous records. All trains have
' been annulled on account of the
Nearly every able bodied man In
Cairo worked all night to prevent a
'collapse of the levee.
, MEMPHIS. Tenn., April 2 The
flood which has wrought such havoc
In the Mississippi valley. Is expected
.within the next 4S hours. The river
here has risen one fot since last
night. It is feared the St. Francis
i levee, w hich protects an enormous
territory, will break, probably caus
ing loss of life and much property
damage. The northers section ot
Memphis was flooded by a foot of
water last night.
We offer One Hundred Dollars re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O.
We. the undersigned, have known
F. .1. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all biisines transactions, and finan
cially able to carry out any obliga
tions made by his firm.
WALDING. KINNOW & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. J
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In-1
tenia! I v. acting directly upon the
no cuse ::
-d by a
A Sttr-snt Of Fictl D3C!
We litre .. :...! and posi
tive ivlioi i.i u.l mirTerer from consti
pation, in every case win-re oar rem
edy fniU i" d- this we will return the
money paid us for it That's a frank
statement nf fa. ts. and we want you to
stibslaiulate them at cur ns'.i
Reuill Orderlies live M:i Just like
candy, nre ni1i. ul.n ly p:- uupt and
areeuli!e In action, imiy in- tnken nt
nnv time. d;iy or night: d" not canst
dlnrrlio-ii. n.iiisei. griping, ex cssive
looseness, or other und-'ir:ille effect.
They b.:ve n very mild hut positive
action upon the ors.-im with which
they come in contact. ai;;iivti!ly act
ing as h regulative Ionic upon the re
laxed mm- mar mat of the imwel, thus
overcoming weakness, and aiding to
restore the bowel.- to more rigorous
and henlthy activity.
Rpxnll Orderlies are unsurpassable
and Ideal fur the use of children, old
folks mid delicate persons. We cannot
too highly recommend them to all
anfTererH from any forrj of constipa
tion and Its attendant ev. That'a
why we back our faith in them r .th
our promise of money back If they do
not give entire satisfaction. Three
sizes: Y2 tablets 10 cents, 30 tablets 2T
cents and no tablets .iO cents. Remem
ber, you enn obtain Rexall Remedies
only at our store The Reaall Store
Clemens sells drugs.
C. P. Bishop of the Bishop Cloth
ing store In this city returned Sun
day evening to his home at Salem,
after a short stay here.
MEDFORD HUSTLES TO
BUILD ANOTHER RAIROAD
MEDFORD. April 2. At a mass
meeting held here last night, which
was attended by over 300 citizens of
Medford, a committee was appointed
to raise $75,000 to begin the build
,ins of a railroad to the famous Blue
Ledge mining district.
. The Southern Pacific railroad's
'representative at the meeting prom
ised that his company would com
plete the survey as their contribution
and $30,000 has been raised by pop
! Robert Towne, who has large
holdings In the district has promised
to erect a smelter if the road Is com-
'pleted. The estimated total cost of
the road will be $600,000.
I Regarding the Blue Ledge mine
and the proposed road the Medford
l "Assurances have been received
'from the mine owners that operation
'upon a big scale will commence upon
the assurance of a railroad, thus glr
jlng employment to a large number of
men, giving Jackson county Its larg
est payroll and adding a permanent
'source of wealth to the county.
"The estimated fruit crop of the
Rogue River valley this season la 1,
000 cars. At very conservative fig
ures this will bring the growers $1,
000, 00u. The Blue Ledge guarantees
a minimum of 2,000 tons of concen
trates, worth $2,000,000 per year and
"It will be seen that this one mine
means twice as much to the county
as the present bearing acreage of or
chards. As the orchards will yearly
Increase their output, so will the
mine and other mines will follow.
"A railroad to the Blue Ledge Is
the all-Important thing before the
people of Jackson county today. It
meats the continued growth and pro
gress of this entire section. It is the
surest antidote for hard times.
"By all means let us build this rail
road if we have to do It ourselves.
Let us "smite the rock of our natural
resources that a stream of revenue
may gush forth."
"Don't fall to attend the mass meeting."
W . 1) . v.
Mrs. Sidney Brown,tTV
Pass several weet. ' '
count of poor heahb,
place several day,
death being tubercwV. r
lungs. Mr. Brown l 1 11 eK
Sunday evening for
DlJOUl '"si junto ereaf
Rapids and she wall''w
itor la this city, where
known and highly eM v
ItKWARK OF OIXTMfc!?!
as mercury will sure, AoJ
sense of smell and compCum
the whole system h t ten '
through the mucous Kr Th
articles should never btjj.y nc
on prescriptions from n(
slcians, as the damage th erri
is ten fold to the
bly der've from them. m!b
Cure, manufactured by p j fa
& Co.. Toledo. O., (om' irop
cury, and is taken lnternj oge
directly upon the blood iu ln'
surfaces of the svsteni i,T,n-'
Hall's Catarrh Cure beVirty
the genuine. It 8 taken t,r
and made In Toledo, Ohio" er
Cheney & Co. Testimonial T
Sold by druggists. prjf, ie'
Take Hall's Fanillv Pivu
Applegate Auto Stage 7'
Frank Johnston of Promlt
past three years conducting t
smithing shop at Provolt. t
the business and established tn
plegate Auto Stage line. Hh i
chased a 5-passenger cit-.'
and will make regular dir.; &
leaving Applegate In the etui,.
Ing his patrons about seven Xc
the city. in
IF YOU ARE A TRIFLE 9 at
IT'S SO F.ASY TO
About the size of you shost 1 1
some satisfaction to know tk-.fi
people can wear shoei itlait
er by shaking Allen's Foot-Iu fi
antiseptic powder, Into thti
the thing for Dancing Pirtla I
ent Leather Shoes, and tott,
Ing In New 8hoes. When it I
or overshoes become neceMf
your shoes otneh. Allen'i Fw. ,
i gtves Instant relief. Bold
where, 25c. Sample FREl i,
! dress Allen 8. Olmstead, Le I k
I Y. Don't acceDt any lubstta
Sold bv all
Why tie Was Ijite.
"What made you so late?"
'I met Smithson."
'W'pll. thnt la nri ruHtn u-hv 1.-011
tenia Iv. acting directlv upon the ,,,,, K ., . , ,, ...
, , , , , -u. should be an hour late getting home
blood and mucous surfaces of the . Siml)pr "
i "I know, but I asked him how he
1 was feeling, and he insisted on telling
me about his Btomaeh trouble."
"O'd you tell him to take Cham
"Sure, that is what he needs."
Mrs. Marjorie McCormlck arrived Sold by all dealers.
Sunday evening from Pomona. Cal., '
to visit Mr several weeks with her Joseph Shaska
parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. (
of this city.
Price, "." per bottle.
take Hall's Family Pills for con
and Lee Calvai-t
Kinney left Sunday evening for Riddle for
a short stav.
Go to C. H. Demaray's and say 1
want a HYO.VIEI take it home
open the box pour a few drops of
HYOMEI from the bottle Into the
little hard rubber inhalter breathe
it for five minutes and not the re
freshing relief breathe it four or
Cve times a day for a few days and
catarrh and all its disgusting symp
toms will gradually disappear.
HYOMEI contains no opium, co
caine or other harmful drug and Is
sold on money back plan for catarrh,
asthma, croup, colds, coughts and
catarrhal deafness. Complete out
fie $1.00 extra bottles if needed 60
cents at C. H. Demaray's and drug
gists everywhere. Simple Instruc
tions for use in every package you
can't fnil to banish catarrh if you
How to Fertilii
George S. Calhoun, of the Cal
houn Clothing store went to Port
land Sunday evening to remain sev
eral days on business
Our new 24-ptp loot,
written by mu who know,
coaitim much uxful inlot
nulion on f ertilizini wettan
The Ch.t. H. Lilly Co.,Settk.
by i:i urJeu ihne Iwo wih"
equipped Uborauxy u
dirrtl on J ici.'ii'
tr6 Ufn imfi rJllw'
inuruKd ctoil. SnAb
DISCOUNT ON ALL OF OUR
FOR A LIMITED TIME WE MAKE YOU THIS LIBERAL OFFER.
While a great many people have taken advantage of the unusual bargains offerer! rlnrin- Dm
SALE of the past ten days, we Inve resolved to continue offering our entire stock of exclusive
HIGH GRADE and UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING,
Without Any Consideration as to Original Cost or Selling Price
And in Order to give our friends a chance to buy a well made suit at "GIVE-AWAY PRirF5 i
.ftr SSSSli th'n,3 bar8,in harvest f f inely lai,ored -ts- Tbe CLOTHES BARGAfNS
This Red Tntf Sale Has Cut the Life Out of Clothin-You Ar ,k r r
ee Our Bia Front Window RrUiiin. FvSiL ' . re e Gainer
SOUTHERN OREGON SUPPLY C
Groceries, Dry Goods,