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U.1ITÎ3 STUE* OffICUl PRESS.
OCTOBER 11 IW
Minors rvcrjrwhare arc getting ready for
J'lis best an.l cheapest rnini- g blanks for
sal>- si the Times office.
A fresh supply of the A.-nencan Mining
Cote, ttan.lsr.l authority ou the subject,
for sale at the T imis office.
There is an increase in the water supply
at the Sterling min«, and piping with a
small nozzle has been commenced.
The Jacksonville Milling and Mining Co.
arc getting ready to take quartz Iron, the
¡.lace where such rich ore was struck some
time Sime. They have a well-defined
ledge in sight and there stem, to be every
probability that it will prove a noli one.
tieologist Willis E Everette I.as just re
turned from a visit to southern Oreg >n,
and gives an enthusiastic account of the
mines there, whirh he says are the perms
nant deep seated kind. All that is needed
to bring these to the front as producer» is
the expenditure of capital, whirl, will be
returned many fold tv the investor —¡Port-
Geo. Jrn*en and Hi Allison, who are
running a till nrl in the vicinity of the obi
Holman ledge in Jackson creek district,
tori’ t: Beekman, have struck a well-dr-
flnrd vein of quartz, which xec nis to con
tain a liberal quantity of go d. Some of
the ure ha.* been tested and is rich
m.nnrnt. paying mine will sooner or later
be struck in this vicinity, when Jackson*
ville will begin to wake up again
J. Morrison, who is acting as engineer
at the Wagner creek mines, was in Jack
aonville yesterday. He informs us that
everything is progressing well there. As
s.M.n aa the tunnel that is being run iscoin-
P • tk* I .»>>d in li *.»!i >us .»o'lt.nti«» a* favor
able as they now are, a large qmirtz mill
will be erected
N<.thing is b» ing done at
tbeSwindrn mine al present. We 1« arn
that a large sum has been offered for it.
but was not accepted
John Beeson will reply to Gon
r E Ita ONA L MENTÌ O N.
For the be-t turnouts for all occaxions
Applegate’s le-ture on prohibition at the < ..II at the Excelsior livery stable in Jack
J. K. Marshall of Jusephine county is in
Plymale's prices are quite rea town
U M L. Ilali in Talent next Sunday after sonville
Oregon Kulnev Tea.
noon at 2 o’c!«>ck.
sonable and he never fails in giving satis
I)r. Jackson is making Asliland a |>ro-
Beautiful fall weather.
You will also do well to patron
The county clerk ha* made bis semi faction
Dancing school to-night
annual statement of the financ,,s of the ize his stage lir.c running between this
Ilenry Scliartti-nherg. well know.. ... re,
county, which will be published in the next place and Medford.
R«a«i the new advertisements
lias gone to G.rmattv.
The ruilroa»! station recently opened at
issue of the T ime *.
Pay the printer and be happy
Willard Crawford, Medford's new law
Graham and soda crackers, ginger snaps, the big tunnel is called Siskiyou and the
Rev. Robt. Ennis is iu Portland.
yer, called on us last Monday.
cocoanut taffy and Jenny Lind cake*, jum
Everybody is getting ready for winter
Fred Wagner of the Ashland ••Tidings”
bles and all other delicacies In this line at fect now. since the opening thereof: Ash
Old newspapers very cheap at the T imm S. F. Variety Store.
land to San Franc isco, |15 65; to Sacra is attending the State University.
C. W Kahler. Esq., went to Josephine
Will. Crane, who had his leg broken not mento, $12 90; to Tehama J unction, $<s .'»5;
A large fire is raging in the hills west of long since, was unfortunate enough to be to Montague, $3 50; to Los Angeles, J27 50. county this week on legal business
Mrs. E. Young intends leaving for Ta-
hurt again a few days ago, by a team run
Chas. Nutley of Ashland, the fruit deal
aonia, W T.. where her children reside. er. railed at the TlM.:a office thia week
(’ham Carr of Foot* creek was hereon ning away with him.
Ed. .Simon, who has baled many hun Iiefurc l«mg, and she therefor« offers her
We acknowledge a call from Squire
For genuine bargains in every line go to dred bale* of hay »luring tlm past season, real-estate in this place for sale at a bar
Barkdull of Medford last Wednesday.
still has a number of contracts, He has
J. Nunan *
I be wife and daughter of Rev. J W.
ought to be sold readily. For further par
Miller arrived from Roseburg last week
John Sevcdge of Salt creek visited us been doing good work.
ticulars see notice among the new adver
Stages now leave the 0. A C. IL R at
Horace Dunlap of Lakeview recently
won apo prize in the Louisiana lottery.
Ehler Band of Applegate was in town a Ag*r daily (except Sunday) for Berwick
(Shovel creek ) HotSprings, Linkville. Fort
few day* since.
R. A Cook ami Jas X. Bums of Foots
zanita precinct for $5^00, we arc informed.
Klamath and Lakeview
Nature’s remedy is what they say of
A few years since lie paid les* than half creek are paying Jacksonville a brief visit.
14 ose indebted to the T im es office should
(»regon Kidney Tea.
that sum for the property. A fine, young
B. Eggleston and his daughter, Mr» J
not forget that winter i* approaching an»i
orchard is now grow ing «in it, which is the D. Crocker, paid our town a visit last Sat
Bargains in every Enc may still be found
j that it takes much of "the needful” to lay
reason why the purchaser gave so liberal a urday.
at Newman Fisher's
! in supplies for the season.
figure. Many others should profit by the
Dr. Everette has returned from Portland
Our town was perfectly overrun with
Owen Keegan returned from Portland example Set.
and is again on duty at the Wagner creek
drummers this week
, this week. He was present at the time
W«1 are authorized agents for the “New mines.
Stationery of all kinds for sale at cost at .Cardinal Gibbons invested Archbishop
York Star,” San Francisco Examiner,’’
Ike Mensor has gone to San Francisco
the 8 F Vat ietv Store.
• . Gross with the pallium.
• Harper's Weekly, " ' ‘ Detroit Free Pre***,” on business connected with his father'.*
ILL. Hill of Trail creek called al the
Ev«»rybo»ly shouhi call and *ee th.it mag- Century Magazine,* or any atindard newr. I
T imes office last Friday
■ nificent st«»ck ot goods being di*p'ayed by paper »>r perio»lieal. and will furnish any of
Mrs K Kubli and daughters returned
For good thingies, shakes and cord-wood Newman Fisher. Great bargains in every them on short notme at less than publish
from their visit to Portland on Wednesday
• line are being offered there.
apply at lhe T imes office.
er's rates Semi your subscriptions to the
Wickham A Luckey, real-estate agents T imes office.
Our merchants are receiving heaps of
J. M John, the popular deputy postmast
new gotwls by each train.
One of the most interesting and pleasant
er of Grant's Pass, calle»! at the T imes office
' they attend to all matters intrusted to their
Henry Carnell of Manzanita precinct
• H-rasiniis ever held in Eagle Point was the
»’are with ability and dispatch.
paid us a visit this week.
recent Mother Hubbard party.
C. C. Beckman and family went to San
thing passed off nicely and all enjoyed
Pay your arrearages at the T imes office
I Cal , also will-known in Siskiyou county. them*« Ives 'The supper was one of the Francisco last week am! will be gone sev
and get one of our premiums
! committed suicide near (’edarville recently. main features
A snug stun was realized, eral weeks.
Henry Blecher has been furnishing this
I She was quite aged and childish.
Col. A. B. Campbell of Kansas, the elo
which will be used towa d purchasing
m irket w»lh excellent mutton.
quent prohibition lecturer, called on us
A large ami complete line of school books, an organ for public use.
Fires are again raging in lhe hills and
¡stationery etc.,—-first-class goods—mav
We are sorry to learn of the death of Wednesday.
the atmosphere is full of smoke.
be found at the City Drug Store, and will .l.»hn I.chners. one of the mu*t prominent
Mrs. S A. Morton has returned from
Snow ha* already fallen on the high i t»e sold at the most reasonable rates.
business me»» in Siskiyou county, (al. California and is located at Ashland for
mountains in southern Oregon
H E B.itiin A (’»». of Portland, who are a hit h «iccurrod at Yreka one day List week. the present.
We want correspondence from every por- shipping I m rgc quantities of winter ai»ple* He was only 33 years of age, but had al-
Mi* C. S. Moore, who has been paying
tion of th« First Judicial District.
from »hi* valley, are furnishing barrels reaiiy built up a large ami lucrat’ve busi- this place a visit, has returned to her home
The best cigars of all kind*—fresh and made e*pe»-:ady for that purpose
It s m ilady wa- typhoid fever, and in Linkville.
fragrant—at the 8 F. Variety Store
Deed*, mortgages an»l « very des«»ripti<»ii he wa* sick only a few <1 iys.
F. S Biwcr <>f Manzaniia pre« inct made
The White is king.
CENTRA A COIN T POINTER».
This place was well represented at the EDWARDS ANDEIWON-At the residence of
the bride's parents, on Wagner creek. Oct. .Sth.
by Rev. M A. William», G. W. Edwards of Ban
Francisco and Miet Laura Anderson
Dr. Hinkle and Frank Mee have gone to
ALLEN—DUNLAP—At Phrenix. Oct. 6th, by M.
Portland on a pleasure trip.
V. B. Soule, J. P., Win. Allen and Mrs. Rhoda
Improvements continue and otir popu
URANCE—GRIGSBY—In Mound school district
lation is steadily increasing.
Oct 6th. by Elder Martin Peterson. A. E. Cranes
and M im Mary E. Grigsby.
Sim A Carney are still at work on their
fine, large hotel, and will soon have it
ready (or occupancy.
A large an»l first-class line of drugs,med
icines, paints, oils, etc., can always be
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
found at Dr. Hinkle's drug store, lie also
has a nice assortment of jewelry, watches,
clocks, purses, ladies' satchels and no Will practice in all the court* of the State.
OttiCH in llH'nhu’a brick building, up-Atairs.
tions of every kind
The doctor keeps su
perior goods and sells al very reasonable
The supreme court convened last week
afier a short vacation, and is now hearing
the many cases appealed from the differ
ent district*. The following cases from
thi* «listrict will *o«m Le passed upon:
J»-lui F. Miller. a| p., v* James Tobin,
resp ; appeal from Klamath county.
James Hamlin app.. vs. Frank Kasshaf-
er et al., re.«ps ; appeal iron» Jackson
J. II Oatman, resp., vs. A G. Fipps.
app. ; appeal from Jacksoil.
John F. Kelley, app . vs. Jonathan
Bourne, jr , et al.. re*ps ; appeal from Jose
Chas. A. Cogswell et al., apps . vs. W S.
Webb, sr , ie.*p ; appeal from Klamath.
.4 .S»-rr<7 Rcvtalrd.
A well preserved and delicate complex
ion i*, in the present age of advanced
thought and culture, regarded as a mark
of n tinement. This distinguishable fea
ture of beauty nature has denied ninety-
nine women out of every one hundred, but
science and art have supplied this deficien
cy in the production <»t that »klightful toi
let article. Wisdom’s Robertine, bv the
<• ireful Use of which everyone may possess
our town i» visit o’i Tuesday. He is about thi*» lh< chief uttriiiiite of beauty—a love
ly complexion. \Vi>»iom’> Robertine is
sell.ng his land.
pr«>n him cd bv Lidies of recherche society
l’lios 1’. Kahler brought a I »ad of fine md the stage the most charming ami only
sngar-pine lumber from Aiken s mills to int»o»ei»t beaiititier and preserver of the
complexion ki.nwn Sold hy leading drug-
town this week
ihgdi uggi't'- at titty (ent* per bottle
C C. Halev, the clever rcprcs« ntdtive of
H. H. <’rocker A Co., San Francisco, paid
From Byb< «• s sheep camp in Klamath
us a visit yesterday.
county, several day- -ince. a female mule,
C. T. Harris, the energetic manager of
black in color, la1, hands high, branded
the Wagner creek saw-mill, was in Jackson
76 on left stifle
A reward will be paid
ville a few days ago.
for her r<'« overy or any information that
I AA’. Burris* and family of Ashland, m t.v h ad lhereto It is supposed that she
who have been vis.tingsouthernC.» form.«, went toward the Klamath reservation
\\ M. BYbff.L.
have returned home.
Per Frank Bybee.
G. AV. Lange. W. O Turrell and 1!.
TO THOSE WISHINC TO ORDER
COODS BY MAIL, WE SAY
Parties in need of brick or who wish PAYNE—In Eden precinct, Oct. 7th, to Mr and
Mrs. Divid Payne, a son.
brickwork done should give Geo. J’riddy,
SCHUMPF In this city. Oct. 11th,to Mr and
an expert mechanic, a call.
Mrs. Geo Schumpf, a son.
Our favorite nag was defeated at Med PURDIN—In Meritor«], Oct. 10th, to Mr. and
Mrs. M Purdin, a daughter.
ford last Monday; not because she was
too slow, but because the rider did not get
the word to go in time. We still think the
NEW THIS WEEK.
gray can beat the buckskin easily
Eirat Difitrirt Cane».
HALE BROS. & CO.
Valuable Property for Sale.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE
I her choice and well-situated property in the
western part of jHeksonvrile, consisting of eight
larg® lots. The soil is of tirst^rhiss «piahty and
tn«*re is a hearing vineyard and an orcnaid op the
saín?; ais«» a nice garden sjM»t. Tins property is
all under fence and there is a dwelling-house,
barn and other outbuilding» u|K»n it. together
with n nn •. never-failing spring of water, enclos
ed in r«»ck an»l cement, and connected with the
residence I» pipes A bargain cm be secured b>
ELIZABETH Y(H NG.
Notice for Publication.
Lsml < Ifficaat Rosebura, Or., i
October 8. 1887.
is hereby given that the
f»> lowing-named s«*ttler La* filed notice of
hi* intention to mske final ¡»roof in auppurt of
his claim, and that said proof will be made be-
fore tiu» Judge or Clerk of the County Court of
Jackson Co.. Oregon, at Jacksonville. Oregon,
on Saturday, Nov. IV, 1M<7. viz. Wilhem S. Cook,
homestead entry No. 4.G.W, f<»r the B W
<»f N W
W *, of 8 AV >♦. N E «.f B W >4. See 28, Tp.
36. S R S' West. W M He names the follown g
witncsM'Sto prove his continuous residence up.
on, and cultivation of.uaid land viz: Benj. H«r-
moud. Henry L. White. Frank A! Parker and w.
L. ('olvig, all «>f Rock Point, Jackson county Or.
( HAS. W. JOHNSTON. Register.
Notice for Publication
IjHnd Offi-*«' at Roseburg. Or.. /
October". 1» sh 7.
voil e is hereby given that the
following-named settlor Las filed notice of
in# intention to in«k«'final pr«»of in support of
his claim, and that said pr»x f wdl Is* made before
the (’ler < <«fthe( ounty Court ofjacksoo ounty.
Or., at Jar itemville. Or , <»n Saturday, Nov 19.
1**7. viz:J5'Th«»K. J. Wright.j»r»'-emption D S No.
5.4.M, for th«* F. , ««f H E l4. Ser. fi. Ip 41. SRI
T .»*»t. W M- He names the following witnesses to
prove his continu m* r«*hi»h*nre upon, n n<1 cultiva
tion of. said land. viz. H. Ward. L I’. Roberta,
R. B Grieves and W A. Moore all of Henh'y,
Si*kiyouCo . ( al.
( H AS. W. JOHNSTON, R« g’.«*tcr.
It eoiuprises the Latest Styles aud Ideas, is the Most
Complete we have ever seeu, and we exjiect extraordinary
We are the Lanrest Consumers of Goods on the Coast, and Buv
ilirM from tho Manufacurers. tlicrehy enabling ns
to name I'rices Most Adiantwms tn You.
Iu 1880 we Htartal in an uiipreteutiour. way at 812 K
St. Me did not doubt the future. Since, our store* liar«
gradually increased with a rapidity that astouiahed ua, ne
cessitating improvement after improvement, all aimed
towards having a splendid structure in Sacramento at tome
future time. That time has come. To-day we are adding
20x80 feet to the rear of our present large establishment,
and building two more stories over the 80x100 feet. The
carpenters’ busy hammers are heard from morn till night,
sending forth a tune of enterprise which rings from one
end of Sacramento to the other in encouraging tones of
commendation. \\ hen completed we will have the largest
and most maguilieent store in Sacramento.
We are ready for a large Order Trade!
We are going to have it!
We will give Prompt and Careful At
tention to Your Orders!
We will not be Undersold!
Send for Our New Illustrated Cata
E Hammond and son of Meadows pre- ; »f real-estate and legal blanks for sale at
One of the hc«t manage»! csiabli>hinents
! the T imes office at Portland price*
Give insmithcin Oregon is the Union livery
rin< t were in town a few days since.
J'/«** Match Hare.
Here may always
B ««e-bull continues popular and a match j us a «•.»II. if you need anything in the blank staid«» of Ja -ksoiiviile
A very large crowd assembled at Die game may be expected here before long.
be found n tv ami «comfortable vehicles of i
race-track near Medford last Natur»Liy to
We have received a synopsis of lhe pro ail kimls ami the fastest an I safest teams.
Attention i* called to the advertisement
witness the m itch race that had been ar
I Im proprietor. \V. G. Kenney, spares no
of the late Sunday s» ho<4 conven
ranged between Stilly Riddle’s gray mare oi Dr Forden « f Portland, the specialist.
tion. held at Grant’s runs, but not in time pains to give his customers their money's
R. Wright, who is now located in Big
"Nelly Gray” uml Luther's roan horse
for publication in this week’s issue of the worth ami succeeds well in giving satisfac
Butte precinct, mad*- us a call Wednesday.
leu Cents,” backed by (’nt Pulman and
tion. Give him a call.
T ime .*.
others The stakes were $♦*>> a side and
Tho* Carr, who was east of the mnun-
The authorities of Klamath county have
the distance run was 5«H> yards. L S Smith tain* for sometime, has returned t »Foot*
conim^nee»l suit against District Attorney buy many of tneir staple goods in carload
of Giant s Pass r»»dc the former and Thos. creek.
Colvig to recover the
lie receive«l by lots ami consequently ate able to sell at
Milis the latter.
N »(withstanding the
The Mechanic’s annual fair at Portland reason of the forfeiture of the Munz bail- the v«*ry lowest rates Nowhere in south
marc had never been beaten and she wa- is still progressing and is a grand
ern Oregon are fuUer and better assort
known to be fast, the horse was deeidely a success.
ments kept (han here, which arc sold at
Davi'l Payne of Talent will have a hand
favorite in the p < n »I s ami belting. It was
The attendance at our public school some resi'len« »» built on »he land he recent pri< rs that defy competition. Those desir
4 o'clock when the riders mounted for the
Vtarh, tSrapraad Ipplr Rujrtn.
ami a’so st St. Mary’* Aca-lemv c mtinu** ly purchased of G. !■. i*t i'net>.ik«»r, and has ing to lay in their winter supplies should Bach, p »polar commercial traveler*», were
Not much trouble was experi
Tin-"near Pine D »or -V I umber Co of
cal! an I judge for themselves.
I h re during the week.
s Pa*s have a large a--«»rfment of
ence»! in starting, the horses getting off on
Thebu-im vs of the Jacksonville Marble
Mrs P P rrimleft for Portland Tu» x- kiln dri« I fruit bo.x--. which they can fur
Birdseed «»f *up; ri«»r quality pure and Me lfi.nl
the third attempt, "Nelly Gray” having
Works will continue right al«»ng un ler the day evening, to lay in a large stock of tIte nish on short notice and at m >-t reason
about two feet the start
D m * advautig * wholesome—tor sale • heap at the S F
II.-v W F i>«iua. Baptist church, Au*
mai ageniciit of the assignee, A H. M<rgly. most stylish millinery
The High Arm Light-Running. New York
ror». 111.. says that Gilmore’s Aromatic
»lie increased c*»iixiderabiy and at the 3< hi
\ large assortment < f the nicest and Wine is a hou*rhold remedy ami that no
yar«J p'»*»t »he w o» >»,cr a length ahead. Tho
la*t Monday on a visit, and v ¡1 aSo ; t-
rider of "Ten («•»!*” tried hard to catch freshest » andics hav«» just been received at family should be with« ut it. Sold at City
: vantage to . ail - •■»li. a- prices have b«»cn
his competitor, but to no purpose, the
reduced considerably, Fir>t-e!a.*s mechan-
mare losing little ground until she ’stepperi
I II E. Ratlin of Portland is in the va ley
Will. Little, wh»> has been in northern
J. li Martin of A-h and is offering *ew
ics are empi »ved there ami the best
J. H. MARTIS
into a gopher hole. Smith here showed California ami Klamath county for some ing machines of standard brands and best w«»rked turned out
Satisfaction guaran* looking after the fruit he recently pur
A-L'a*.»l. On goîto
hi* skill again and did not allow this acci time past, has returned.
«piality for sale at Eastern price*. Read teed
<»( I! < l.l lllt/M. Il ITI Ml un tira
dent to interfere much with ’Nflly Gray *•"
in Jackson county
J a* Sutherl and.Snki you roti ’»tv’s leading his advertisement elsewhere for further
A fair six d crowd assembl'd at
stride, landii g her winner of the race horseman, witm‘*s»'d the match race at particulars.
E church in this pl;»««» lust Wednesday here the forepart of the week after lime f« r
Parti»»* paj i; « for the T imf . s in advauccatour
and money quite hamlily. No time was Medford last Saturday.
reduced caah rates wi I be farniehedanj -*f th«-
The member* of the I' > geologit i al *ur- ••vetiing to !>• ir Col. A B. (’.impbell of i the new house his father is having built.
follow;* g nanic'l puhlicKtions in conn-'ction with
taken, but it was fa<t
There wa> an at
party, wh > hav«' been in Josu- Kaiu i-, the prohibition lecturer, lie is ' Thoe. H. Berryman of Applegate was in th.- p »(-T at t <• prices ^iv«-n l»«*l<»w. It will bp
Railroad grading near Ashland i* entire
tempt to create a squabble, a few interest-
n«»H<-»*i uat tlvre i* a re«iuction of a’ leastlS
agood speaker ami handles hi* subject well
ly com;»leted and the blasting is heard no
twr c»*nt. on publishers’ cnstoinary rate» in ever .Are hereby informed that DR. W. B. FÖRDEN,
el parties claiming th it the horse was not
thiough Jacksonville last week, en i rou»e an ld flerent y thin other*, l he impractica j but tte are glad notice that In* has fully ie- instance, an»! in houh - nun’ll more:
mote. *-iy* the “Tidings."
I Speciali*!, of Portland. accompanied bj Li* wife.
beaten; but the fact that Nelly Gray” had
bility of prohibition and the anti-American 'covered.
Kress A Fischer have painted a hand to Ashland
Tol«»«io Week I \ Blade ...............
fairly won was so patent that the claim
5 70 I n It b<* at the V. S HOfl I, in Jacksonville on
Prof D. Van Horn, the well-known pia Harp'r’h We«'kly..
('. D. Walrath. who i* now locate 1 at
was treated with derision. The money *ome sign for H. Klippel, which now orna
Spokane Falls. W. T., u a* in the valley people shall drink lie tailed to treat on satis- no-tuner. is making our town a business Brioiitific
i »étroit Fr«'v Prêt*«*
has since been hande»l over to the ruare’s ment.* his real-estate office.
3 On SATURDAY OCT. 15th
He L;.* *old his l:»»use and b»t faetoriiv, bowevci.
\ isit and is doing well He is acoimpanied New York Star
lhe Eagle Point *. hoo! is in session ami
bankers, who gave bonds ensuring the
New York o i l
in A iiuindtiJ M (ummon* of Medford
It is really surprising how people will I hy his wife.
. . 3 fr¡ and will remain until the 22 • inM
San Francine»» Exaaiinvi
stakeholders against any responsibility. .veil attended. P-mf Hazelton, an expe
They tr« at
Porthm-i ( tiegonian
pri cirict for
A considerable sum of money changed ripneed tea« tier, is in charge.
all dof »!.•■ N -i
Hy .f»n. Kidney«.
it *: AU fits ‘t 'Pp«-»I free !»v Dr. Kline’* year alter \« ar from gravel, neuralgia, : r le of traveling agent for the O. P. R Co.. I l’io:i»M-r
hand* on the result.
Notes. re«-eipt*. due-bills, order* ami
Great Nerve R«»*n»rer No lit* after first i In um.it.sfu am!-¡ck lieadaclie. when the calle»! at Jacksonville last Monday. He is I ('iitcaa» New*
Bia ide.-. Ur»'li<i
■•¡••i.t'ljr aordj-.s «if uri e
ik - oui i Kepubl'rar.
«•hecks, in book.*, in quantifies to suit, for
day'Mbe. Marvelous cure*. Treati>e and ci'.i-e of ii.s* terrible diseases is often always welcome.
[irtj >awr Emit.
sale cheap at the T imk * office.
|2 trial bottle free to fit cases. Send to Di. I remove«! at once by a course of that won
Every farmer who ha* any surplu* fruit
Jas B Eddy of Pendieton, brother of A San Fr«i.co»vo (al! .
Sheepsheanng i* in progress and a good Kline. 931 Arch St
wid d » well t » drv it f»»r rhe winter market.
derful remedy. Fre-e's Hamburg Tea
Ils F. Eddv.paid this place a very brief v'sit Frank L - i«*'n illustra! «t pap- r
al Debility. Bli nd lJi>ea <•». and S» ;un al AVcak-
fall clip of w«»ol i* being secured. Fifteen
The price of nil «|ri»*d fruits has greatly id-
Mis* Jane E Weed n. a well-known tem use i* always beneficial to old and young, last week. Hr was on his way t»> (’.»lifur-
r-enf* i* the pric? pa:4 at present
ne»* end ( atnrrh
vanc i in th*' l.i't few week*, and a parti I
perance advocate. lectured at the M E and for < hiidren it is the tm-st popular nia for his wife
!. \ Muri hv. Lit« Iv «d I. ttlr Butte | re- church in Ja» ’<M,»n’. ¡11«* la*t >ir. lav. She m« d « ine known.
f.n'.ure of tti* crop '»«d ».v will ren ler the
Robt T Armstrong, uhLa* been in
Rupture > u I Patients work w.th comfort
now a resident (»f Griffin's cre»-k h.ol a
—izcil Hud cnre i- the evening
supply -eui'c»* and p ic» s high until next . im t
«'. W L •/ i. t he p »¡» . ar A*h: 1i>i pho- ( a:i‘.o »»;,< f r eevcral nmn'li* pa>t. h. * re
W« siSh<>i". i'orilai.d. O*
rv-Tj dn> whiD iii’der treatment a: »I are m *< are
an I wa* attentrv« ly Iritmril to.
l ii' pric** iu Portland ha* .»d- I
( igrapiicr, wh«» ha* b< e i sn (’alitoruia re turm-d home ami wiil r. m’»i 1 »Li' ing th e ('<■» tury, S'ribner’*.
Deiiior« st’> MHg.izinc...
Aik-'n’s saw-mill, which manufactures
v inced fr< tn two tn seven cents per pound
Rev .1 I A SI > v » t will ad ■ia“- the citi- centiv. ’took ¡u’ several ncvv tt riiikles in coming w in ter.
N<» kiiift» or needles» u>ed.
(hxi '.v ?■ I.t-iy Book
on dri.- I fruit*, and this, with the freight the b"*t. *ug;tr pine lumber in ’he State. zens of . Ja' ks«>nviile and vi< iuity in reply the arttthil' i ! San l’ia:i«i>» > and Oak-
W in E Kal.ler returne»! to Hardt, an, St.
T. *■ it .ng d:-> ases pF«TLtAH
rate* <»f a cent «ml a half, will leave a good Im* been *hut down for the season.
to <•« i n E L Applegate's lecture on probi land, anti k «•<-mse«j m itly l»..»lt •r prepared Moriow county, where lie i* engaired in Am ru-.tr \g i<’ultui ft
margin of profit t • the home producer
I). R White of Griffin's crr«-k attended biti. n. at the M E. church, next Sunday th in ev. . t > turni-iii h * p itr >ns with pho business, after a short visit t<»hi> old home li.«rpei'«• Young P»-opi»*
To W omen , the Doctor will
Prim* dried apple* are quoted in Portland the Yreka f»»ir His horse. “Sir Walter, evening
tographs of ev.rv style ami *ize. He does
Everylmdv is invited.
in .southern Oregon.
nt 11 cent*, and peaches, prune*, and apri
Other publications will I»** furnished ata re
Jr.,’’ won one of the trotting races.
Tn the report of the commissioner of pen | the best of work after the latest sty les, and
Col. J. N. T Miller, who ha* been ea*t of duced price when ordered with the T imes .
(•■»t* in proportion, wholesale cost. *o it i*
Old ar.<1 n»*w Kuliscribers paying »>neyear in ad
Sheriff Dealt retur’»e»l from Salem last sions we find that there are sixty-one per i never fails in giving satisfaction
I fail to give him a trial
evident that retail rates w II I n * sufficiently
vance from date f >r the T imes will receive in ad
Friday, having*af*»lv delivered <H (’aid son* in J a< k* m county receiving pension*,
many years past, arrived at his Imine m dition either tl.« New York Star, the San Fran
hi *h to make fruit-drying a profitable bud -
A : • 1 ■ '
cisco Examiner. St. Pau! Pioneer Pre*s. St. Louis
and that the amount paid them for th«»
well toSnpt. ('low of the penitentiary.
The Doug as Co. Fruit Grower’s Associa Jacksonville this week
Republican or Detroit Free Press, six month*
lies*. Th? local m irket ought to be *up
Ladies, is life ami health worth preserv
| Davi l (’. Hay, who wa* a r«si»L‘nt of free, or the Tarin And Fir«M*ide «me year free.
plied by home products on general princi
TIMES PRINTING HOUSE.
The board of e pinlization tor thise » i ity burg and a penn.inent »»rganiz ition was : this place fourteen years ago, is again in '
ing? If you think *n. u*e Gilnmre * Aro-
ples, but thi* season present.* a specially
will meet at the court-house next Monday ma !e by «•’■•'ting the following named <»f- i «»nr midst. lie has been thr«Higl»out the
niati«- Wine. S«»ld at City Drug Store.
favorable opportunity, and perhaps when
coast since he lived here.
JACKSONVILLE RETAIL MARKET.
( .(’ Ragsdale <»t Tolo is paying hi* old for the purpose of examining the assess
QAA ACRES tn b»tfi t.» Mm purch;«>. . • i: th. cit> ..f A- darnj mi «- .»tier--«I for m «I»< ut f<ir |.r|r»f
a new method of business in this line is
on «wv term*.
lie will return ment roll ami corre ting aay error* which am*. v i'e-pre*i«lcnt; W.C Winston, secre
D ('. Herrin and wife of A*h ami. ar*
once inaugurated there will be n<» necessity home in <’al fornia a vi*it
« .OK HE» TED WEEKLY.)
] MÌÌ/Ì A< RES m fi«»-, t»* : »¿ml tw nt} a»-c
I- : »ijoiiiinc ami n«*Mr Aridand. ’I !»• beet quality
tary.I. I in r. trea.-u er, W V. Johnson,
may have been made by the assessor
. companied by Mr*. Judge A’am lief of Ma- Flour. j»«»r tl.'»«u*m»l lb*
JLVW of fruit lands, and m«»!«t «b-MiH’.ji«-- ' t e <’i. • are m>w <>ff«*i» d f«»r sale at thit» office.
of depending on the mitside f«»r supplies. soon with bis wife, who preceded him.
A .1. Bvll«»ws ami F Ward, directors 1 rys»\ rile. Cal . and Mrs Houell, made this Wh"at. per bu*li«'l
Fruit and farmi ix landein tr:.ct««'f from boi» m-r«*. r««r .Vhlmal and al« uig the lint of the
There is much travel between tlii* i i I
At anv rate, it is certain that fruit-raisers I Train* from the south have been belated
railroad, can !»•* purcl.HM-d
«I i- « Pi
So.•!» s x-i.-t k « are pro»lu» tiv«' of good and place a «nil last Tuesday
A eplendid btock Ranch «»f •>'»• «• am m .1. . k-«»r. ■ mi’tj a: <1 «•««• <»f 4«/«» m-n« in Klamath county.
will run no risk thi* season in drying all several lime* «hiring the past fortnight. Klamath counties. I’ »th the R .gm» riv< r
we hope t » sec them prosper everywhere.
for kale at a h.irgain nt t!.i*«'tli ■•*.
their surplus products
The trouble ha* !»«»“•) on th*» S. P. ro«ad.
Jos. Douden ot Rock P«»int precinct, AV. Hay. wh«*at «>r ti:uott«y. per ton
r M*»»u.'ble rtnumit— <• • will
<• .a u I .u all «*»-•-. f»»r Hu» me or ®<*11 íuk rcal-eatat* m
It is «juite evident that these sections
Tin Chines«» who have been employed at Harper, Owens Bros., Carter Bros, ami
Jackson and Josi'plnu«' a? d Klam.-d h «•••ni ti •- I ¡» I«** v ; I !
raivfullv inveeticated; abatracta fur-
i *r d«»zm
Sheriff Dean will *«*'l < )im* real-estate at
) -< < ur*-dt»n tl.o lx»; : «-wer or found for the lender on the
n<»l entirely imlrpendciit
• ich other vet. the >i*kivoti tunnel are going bark to Port
Th» Emit in tuntry.
other resnlent* of Evans creek were at th«» I‘.«tat« h »*. per lb.
th«* court-honsp«I1»;»r !o-m »rrow
tnoat reasonabl" terms.
Some two hundred arrived on Sat-
Two grnth-men from M»»dn" county.Cal .
We shall always |»o prépaie«! t" t”.' «- a": informât ¡on
concerning the nwxle. rrwoureas and
Wm. John has sold to W P Benn the land
county seat last Saturday.
vertisements on th- last page of tbc Ti m r-4.
prosi entyof Ashlaud ;ui«l b<»utl.- in < j .-- t
i.-.k • jha>ur" <n showing the property we« fler
A | «»rii«m of tlx m will start at
w th liuio prairie *chnnner*. are in the
Schwank t»:.a»(». 1\ acres ami improve urdav
Cardinal Gibbons of New Y >rk, the head
1’». S. Grigsby, one of the energetic young
'-ena to work on some railroad
v »l|ey for .‘»oho *’ * of apple*, it is not like
i nients, ii»»rthwe*t of Ashland; considera once lor
(’onwnwl, per !«) li»-*.
of thf (’attiolic church in the I nited Stat« *. I»i«r«l pet II» in tins
men of Klamath c »unty. was in
ly they found th it amount at any one or
1 r: o. i. ■ 7 . w i. • k i >. i: 11 A I. m ■ k • y made t he in that section < iiinamen are at a premium
Hum and Bacon
ville Wednesday for his winter’s
chard, a* most of the good winter apple*
sal-. Mr. J will not leave southern <>rc w itii * ailr. advr* now. .»nd are offered $1 2.5
Dried Apple® P«*r II».
•' Pin m«,
per day. a i advance«»!
and a bonus of return home, via Californi:«
have been contracted f«»r the San Francis
That tired feeling and loss of appetite gon.
C. AV. Cornelius of Portland ami Dr.
A** a g«neral thing they »Io not much
co und Portland markets. It i* becoming are entirely overcome bv Hood's Sarsapa-
•• Pen’ll»'* “
A thousaml and one notion»» < an be found
HVN PROPERTY FARMS. VINEYARDS
idea a of going to Montana, on ae- Hmdeii of AValla AV alia, who arc interested S »rixl uni M o I h *-»'«. per gallon.
m >re evident every day that fruit culture rill;», the peculiar medicine, Try it and at the S. F. Variety More; also do Is. toy*. like the id>
and Mining Claim* Bought and Sold on Com
i? tn* to 3
count of the c<d«l winter ami the distance. m the quartz mill near (»o'd Hill, were in »’•■»« keys.
L,h been *adlv negleeted h« re. and that see.
*’.« to 12
I».«>e and rubber hall*, marble*, harmoni
$1 'Xi to I
one acre in choice trees would bring better
"Whet» p< ■ pie *uBer from pain they town during lhe past week.
Albright Bros, of Pleasant creek precinct cas. jewsharp*. va-e-. picture frames, etc.,
INING PATENTS «»btainod nt reasonable
tL'M'i •ki’i*. ..........................
rutan an I with dispatch
Messrs. Tatum and Griffith passed A .»• I Spi i 'ti...............
return* than ten acres in grain, ami at a have sold some of their land—about 120 of every description, all at the l«»we’*t want to be cured, md. trifled with.'* "I
.........15 to 2<i
mm h I«' mh expenditure ol time ami la’»«»r. acres—to .h ase N * ithanitner for $1° an prices.
... G to H
\l f ,
iOMPT ATTENTION giv >n to all buameea
This is pre eminently a fruit country, and acre.
I his was tin- answer made to a (l«.*al«»" who way from banta Cruz, Cal., t<» Josephine I ..-k
connected wi.!» the Land Office
Read «»ur grand clubbing iuduconn'nts
« ■« »•
tin» ««»oner m»»re attention is paid to rai*-
was trying to make a larger profit by offer
published elsewhere, and if you want the
ing the be*t of pe;»< he*, prune*, apples an»l
ing a weak imitation of Pond’s Extract to
Dr. Forden of Portland, the noted spec
.1.- ¡ Dy*entri»
LAND AT BEDROCK PRICES
whom are investing in borne*. Real estate leading journ i! of s« • »uthern ()r«gon and the i
pear* than to «••»reals . the better it will be
I know the ditfeience," he ialist, called at the T ime * office yesterday
' . -Tri 1'recklrs.
1 tram actions are consequently minicr- '•«-t new*p.»per or p«'ri«»dh'ai in
for o.ir population generally, (»ur advice
added; ‘«»ne cures and lhe «»(her disap- He will be at the U. S. Hotel to-morrow,
State* tor the pri«« of oil«*, call
' 1 : ei>,.
1(MI acres fono» I and under cultivation and two
to all tho«e who have suitable soil i* t«»
I in* t ivoiitc family remedy and regularly eveiy three weeks there
«I spring- <>n the ¡»Ince. This i* choice irrain
<’« hi lined to the bed four months, and th«' TiMl> office.
WILL CURL Win.ini'
.- vk I fruit lami and i** uituíMed tivn mil**«* from
plant the mo*t marketable fruit.* ami then
< tires co
r«* throat.all forms of inflam after.
WILL CURE Headache
cultivate the trees in the best and most
mation, hemorrhage, pihs. *«.rrs an I kin
Martin L ughlin. lately «»f Linkville. ami
s<-i«»ntific manner possible
There is a ; more's Neuralgia «’tire. Sold at City Drug Lynch of Wagner < r« "k. «lied at her broth- dred di*e;iM <
who formerly resided h«»re, ha* sc< tired
WILL CURE Scr-tfiiln.
<»r’s residence last I ridny night. after a
225scree un<lr»r cultivation and fenced int«> five
’ market mid no danger of ov« r I Mior«».
A more attra< 11\e bit of louriots* litera t he contract for doing the brick work on
WILL CURE Summer Cue.» pl aim«.
«»«•»»king * it imminent.
fruit 1 in«l. ami 40 acre* in alfalfa There areon
ture was never i--u«'d than the pamphlet lhe new Lnkev'ew Academy He i* a first-
WILL CURE Ri>eumati*.ui :.n i dont.
latebt styles i* being displayed at the I’. O.
«leacriLing the Sha-ta route from Portland t c!as* mechanic.
hoiiNe*. two largnbarna and 5 12 of an irrigating
WILL CURE Paiux in the Hones :.n l Joint*,
Store. Jacksonville. Gall ami >ee for your who Knew her.
ditch, carrying »4» inches «»f water
to Sxn Francisco
Presumably it is gotten
Messrs. McVey of I)e JNortecounty, Cal «
Rev. Father Hermann will hold regular »elves.
WILL CURE all Skin Disease»-.
Train* are now running through i he big out by tii" Southern Pacific Company,
services at the i’ath»»lir «Lurch in this
Bladder, Urinary and Liver Diseases, Drop;.
John Orth this week received a lard Siskiyou tunnel nml a change h:< been though mi adv» ! • isement h v» .il* the fact
Thia land i* unimpr >md though ft»acre« of it
this county They were ace» mpanied
place next Sunday.
is K' mh I fruit and alfalfa land on«! the ladaiu e fine
t.ravel, and Diabetes, arc cured by
press of the latest and best style, which made in the lime table, which brings the It is ine Woi i. . I, Mi D. JoLnstun of San home by their niece.Mr*. R. T Blackwood
FOR SALE BY ALL ^^UCGISTS AND CROCER8.
1 h - i «I
I ¡ kt «* i-a Mrvam of water running
will enfthle him t«> manufacture a superior southbound train to Medford at S in a m , Mateu, Cal. Tin* i l'i-:ratmns printed in of Emigrant creek
through th»» pla" Situated thr-«» m»!ea from
meet* every Sutidav at ¡1 o’cb-ck a . M. a’ articl*.
instead ot 7 1», ami the northbound at'»:2.'i colors ar«» origmai. <leci<ie<lly unique ami
Jackson ▼! lie.
Mrs. R. C. Oglesby of I luatilla co»inty.
the r. M L Hall. Talent
very attractive, ami the letter press is in who has been paving this place n visit,
H A Trayl'»r i* now employe«? at the i*. m .. instead of 6
The following are Rev. R Ennis appoint- . steam flouring mill* m this place, succeed
20 ij.cn'* of .i:»iin•»rovt*<| land. ?. » acres of which
Mrs. Jane NLCully has pitr«»hased F. S. keeping with the artistic work. From a
TIIE BEST KIDNEY
started on her way home this week. She
is prairie 1 h "I »'i«l t •»■» balaur** c < mm ] timlwr land,
On every Sunday morning, ex ing Jefl Wimer a* driver of the delivery Biwer s farm in Manzanita precinct, better practical point of view, the work is of value
nil go- d fruit at d grain kn d, with two living
AND LIVER MEDICINE
will remain a few «lays at the nesidcnce <»f
spring-«»f wat»»r. F«*ur inii»’* tr»nn Jack*ouvilio.
cepting the third, he will hold services at ! wag'.n
known as the Briscoe place. It contains to Oregon because it crinmd help attract
T L. Knox on Applegate.
the Presbyterian church in Ph<enix; on the i J. M. Morri* ami S. Welch of Brentvilk l»k» acre*, and the price paid was nearly ing E»stern vi*it«»r* this wav
Henry Ammerman <»f E«l< n pr«« ¡net
thir l Sund.iv morning and every Sunday Cal and T. IL Biair of < entrcvillc. ( al . I2.U0O. W«» are sorry t«") learn that Mr. B.
fr ) utta of chon*« gin'll »«nd fruit land »u »1er
Th«» houm of Mr ami Mr* L K Ander
evening he wi i pr-*;>- i at the l*re<byrerian
son. ne-ir 1 a amt. was the -■•»me «»i a happy wc« k. He inform* us that the pa-tirs w ho
' have been i’i tic* .*e«ti«-n Lit« ly, looking intends returning to Minnes«»ta.
rhurch in .la« k*unv ilie
wni»'r for sto k. S Olito I i . jio mile from <iold
cure* Bright’s Diee.iw, retention or Non Ret•-«»
l»nr« ba*e«l bis lam! have paid halt the pur-
Rev \V. B Smith of the M E ( Inin b. ' for land.
tioa f t Urine, Pauns in the Ba» k, l»ins, <»r Side.
$r» i p i acre.
M«-»*r* A lv’> \ »“.th in».irJeG.'Liver. Prof. La Fram e »' e da: « ing*ma*tcr. was marriag«'of their daughter. Mi«*> Laura, to c’ia*c m »i>cy and taken possession.
<»uth. has male the fodowing njpi>inf
-veil attended. He wiil no do i'.t be ¡»hie <» ■•». \V. EdA-.-mL. of San Francisco. t««ok
This body of land adjoin* Jacksonville and is
1-t Sunday. in J:«c«c*nm iiiv at II
l» vel, rich grain, fruit and vineyard laud, and
tog« tthe I'- pr-ite n i nber <»f ptipi.as pi-i
1 he we f ling had been arranged a*
fenced in five field.«. There i* on the place a dwell-
y m and at M»«!h»rd at 7 •'•«> r. . m . 2»l Sun ■drrw ir.>in S in I ri.iu isro. v.< re here'luring
< a>i -n. ami the gm st* numbered been spending the summer with h» r broth
lie i* a superior ir.i' i;
in ev rv respect. a -| lift
ing>hem»n. epring-houee with fine spring, barn
ray, in .A‘b’;«i.«l ;■( 1! \ M and <>n Neil t he « »-. T .
and outhouse«*. and a good orchard. Terms,
only about twenty, nearly all relatives of er. ( apt. Goodall of this precinct, has ac-
The '»Li.-s >vi i nmet < v« . L. > I »y evening
cures Intemperance, Nervous Diseases, General
half cash. and th- balanc? on two. three and five-
cr«-rk at T. *«» e m
id Sunday, at Brown*
.I«'hnnv Wiliiam* lia* rrnte»t one of G
the family, 'The nuptial kn«»t was tied by «»eptvd a position as teacher of English lit
boro at II v. 't and j»r th« Antelope Bap- W. I-i s farms on Butte er.•<•!< and wdl
lv-v. M A. W i\ I lams, the pioneer e'ergv-
ti-t church at 7 .'40 p m ; 1th Sunday, in , nga^« in '•to*’k rnisinu so»! farming on a large piop'»rtc in. w.«s arrested last S.itnr
num of the vallev. A large number of giate institute. She will no doubt fill it
Plneinx at 1! v '» »n«l »r I’enirat P.*int larg«* scale
• lay at Medford. • Ir.rgtd with committing
40 ncre* under fence, with h<»u-»«*.l»am and smaD
at 7 .k»r. m
an assault on Jarno* Menart with a club.
place, which can be utilized to irrigate fully oija -
Attention is « ailed to the adyertist rnet.t
He pleaded guilty and was hned $10 and received. The happy couple took the train
halfofth« rancho if <iwired. Situated in Table
of Henry Klippel, real-estate agent. He
To thf .Slrh.
To wool-growers and others interested,
costs by Justice Barkdull. Which he paid. the same evening for a trip to Portland and
st-»mach. Dyspepsia, Constipation and rile*.
They cost no more than an inferior make snu are a ¡»crfect fit ror
Doctor Fordan and wife of Portland will offers several choice pieces of land at bed
the Sound, and will return in a couple of I would say that I am ready to buy Jack-
be at the I S. Hotel. Jacksonville, on Sat rock prices.
weeks, i hey will spend lhe wint*r in this son county wool and pay the highest mar
I har* Great Bargains to off«»- ana it sale by all the principal dealers on the Pacific Coast.
ity entertained a number of their bretliern
urday. October L"»th. ami remain one
valley. Mr. Edwards’ business (fruit ship* ket price in money therefor. I liar-on
will pay y«»u to keep a clowe watch on th * apace
There is a greater demand for building
f »r the next six months for Special Bargains- If
week. Alt who are afflic ted with disease* material th a fall than ever, which shows from other portions of < »uthern Oreg » i la*t pm_q keeping him I m re until spring. E ir- hand «lie« p dip. woolsacks, twine aiel sul
you h »▼« any property for sale, com* and see me
phur. in quantifies to suit.
of long *t I'idiug. tn I h *ve f tiled to get re that much improvement is going on in night. A royal time wa* had The ele
ly in the spr.ng they wiil g<> t«» s.m Fran
ACTS AT ONCE on the Kidneys, Liver,
and I wdl d«» n j befit for you.
J. N cnas .
gant supper wpread in the room under•
offi-j oa CUifonua street, opposite Slovcr
lief fr ml oth-T s ci • ■ h , should c ill upon southern Oregon.
cisco to live. L Tidings.
and Bowels, restoring them to a healthy
Jacksonville, Oct. 6. 1H8*
neath the hall was one of the leading fea
11 ■ i* a gra lune «»f medicine a i l
rut ion, and CUKES when all othcrmedicir.es
A !♦ n copit s of the American Settler's
I'nnrrt unary Mittrry.
To fThom It Mail CtMtrit.
has ha I .”»•» year*’ experience in hospital* Guide, standard authority on land ques tures.
Probably a.* much mi*ery comes from
All tlu»<e knowing themselves indente.l
Charlie Renner. secoml son «»f Maurice
in the Et'd; beside* be can refer tosonte of
tions. can be obtained by calling at the
Wholesale At Rt tail Dealer« iu all Varieties off
tiabifii.tl «-on**t’.|»ation a*» from any «lerangc-
ji’-rn up tc »fie by friends ar.d physicians.
Renner of Yrt-ka. Cal . wa* killed in the inent of the function* of the body, and it ¡ to th«* S F. Variety Store ere requests I to
i >’•*»<» »» t m Iie«t and oldest citizen*, whom he
T imes office soon.
Send fur pamphlet to
collision that recently occurr. «1 between two i* «’’fli- 'iit »■» cure, fiirtb * »• <- •') tb *» -io ’ call an.l settle, ns the pa*t year's btisi;.«-.
lia» cured of d i wvase* th a' were pronounc
E E. Csrr. of D .ggnt* Mills, i’a . ssys locomotives on the > P. road in Straw one »Ik - i » take the medi« in«** usuaoy .ou.'t be elose I without unnecessary delay.
ed incurable. All the ruptured men and
HUNT’S REMEDY CO.,
he save«! the lift? of his child with croup by berry va’l v
He wa* acting -* brakeman pr«-« »ibed. Hamburg Fig* wer« prepared
women in Jackson rounty should gee Dr.
DMeorccar« Nor^ Valuable than Hold.
Providence, K. I
using Gilmore’s Magnetic Elixir. Sold at <onie of tm* other employes were also in to «>..v late this «liffii ulty. and they will be
Forden. for be can cure rupture *ure
i atrorired tr m
i'll III i t 111*«'
Are Santa Abie, the California discovery
A.i-1 i>it i<*
City Drug Store.
>11 section* of »he Nonhwe-t. » d»>r*«d by
children. 25 cent*
At all «Iruggist* J. J. for Consumption and diseases of the throat.
SOLD BY Aff-T. DRUGGISTS.
“For years I suffered from loss of appe Mack A Co.. pr»«pri< t<»rs. S. p .
I'mit Tree a at Whotraalr.
tite and in«1ige>iion. hut failed to timl re
THE MOST PEUFECTI.i TQI IFf D S< IIOOL
< ’lire, the only guaranteed cure tor Catarrh
Extensive use of Ayer’s
the Children. They are es*
Order«* taken for choice fruit trees o' need cleansing
Everything in <>ur Fiore
its (1**1 en the Co»»*h ii < fler» i rate e»r class
(’old in the Ff«»ad and kindred complaints.
lief until I began taking Ay« i’s Sarsapa
HorfA K ataciny.
V pecially liable to sudden I c*
i:»«»rne«»,.n. d.iv «>»d ev. vir<u th
t »*• •••*»*. ’»1
every description, in any quantity. at the Hair Vi ror has proven that it is the best
Th it the pia. e to purchase farm*. *tnck
rilla. Thi* medicine entirely cured me.
Joi $2 50. and ere recommei » ed •■lid u«ed Colde, CongLs, Croup. Whooping Coueh. F n'.iir^-
lowest wholesale r ites nr A! E. Beatty'* cleansing agent for the hair--that it pre Mv appetite an»l digentiu.i are mr.v
.H T> ;•* '1 iti-'g
asr a I*. »1
ran^e*. run Im
and «'»‘y [»'■ »pertv i* at by the l»*a»hn : physicians « f the Par:!»** etc.
real*«state » Rice in M»'dh»rd. Sati.*facri»»n
•—Fre<i G. Btmer, 4i>» S» vem n M..
ih • 'Ab t
Bill' i_’s Asolami. Ore (’oast. N«»t secret eompvtn. <11 Guaran Rorncdy a positive cure.
I hears of «mxl'Jui vratchiog.
teed by City Drug ¿tore.
NOS. 829, 831, 833, 835 K STREET
And 1026 Ninth Street
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REAL ESTATE OFFICE IN ASHLAND. OR.. NEVI HOUR To BANK.
Conveyancingin all its Branches.
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Furmturp, Beddiig, Upholstery.
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