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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1887)
t* KIttOS AL MKSTÌOS,
Aleport is in circulation that Ashland
Ml SI Mi V/ÍH.S.
Fui th** most stylish millinery goods call
at Mrs Pi ini’s b iz iar, where everything has been selected as a division by the rail
The White is king.
Messrs. Hanna and Prim,who h
The miners rej'iieu over the falling rain.
imaginable in that line is sold cheaper road company, which will build a hotel,
attending the supreme court, r urned services at the Catholic church in this
Oregon Kidney lea.
If such should be
best and cheapest mining blanks for
than at any other place in southern Oregon. roundhouse, etc , there
place next .Sunday.
home during the past week
UNITED STATU OFFICIAL PRESS.
•ale at the T imes office
Pay the printer and be happy
The most elegant glassware may betouud the cuse, it will ensure the future prosper
ami Bible class
Miss I la Prim i* v:*iting^relatis. * and
Miners are patiently awaiting rmn, a«
Read the new advertisements.
atlhe8 F Variety Store. Cal! and get a ity of that town, and w ill likely be one of
meets every Sunday at 11 o’cloc k a . m a»
friends in Porilan«! an«l vicinity.
most of them are ready for it.
1 KIl> A Y
I»E('KM BER 2. 1SK7.
the U. M. L. Hall, Talent
Strangers continue to b? abundant.
JacobS. Taber, a prominent m- • rmt
a can of superior baking powder included
G M Bowman of Seattle W. T.. has
This has been an unfavorable season for
The following are Rev J. W. Miller’s
(bi to the 8. F. Variety Store f »r the nob
and citizen of San Francisco.paid J u l.x »n-
Huoeeatfnl far lira.
miners, so far; but i! is not vet too late, by
Newman Fisher has one of the most
A ville a visit last Tuesday.
Probably the must stuaessful hall given
complete and best stocks of goner..I mer Wagner creek, paying him |* mm ) for it
each month at Gold Hill, at 11 o’clock V any means.
Wm. AI fen has removed from Phoenix
in southern Oregon in a long lime was
chandise in southern Oregon. and every few years ng » h»* paid $2u for a lot in San I John Sisemore and Pelton Bros, of Sam's M.andCp. m . second Fabbath. at Central
not long i valley were at the county-seat during the Point, morning
that which tu«k place at Central Point on
body acknowledges that he cannot be tin Diego, which he sold for
and evening; third Sa*
since. He does not expect to maks hardly week.
Our merchants have been ¡«ay ing3ocents dersold.
bath, at Medford, morning ami evening;
the evening of Thanksgiving day. One
at Jacksonville, morning
Judge DcPeatt was at the county-seat
hundred and ten tickets were sold. No
Deeds, mortgages ami every description ev.-r*'
this week on prufessi«>nal business.
pains Lad been spared fur the success of
Mensor Bros ’s inercantileestablishment of real-estate and legal blanks f«»r sale at
The following are Rev. R Ennis' ap-
the event, an ! the managers are entitled to •*p«»rts a i cw sign.
ir*« Robinson and <»*ll have obtained
Messrs Roberts and Bennett of Medford
the T imes office at Portland pi ice« < i ve
pointments: On every Sunday morning,
much credit for the manner in which
Nature s remedy is what they say of u« a call, if you n-*e«l anvtning in the b:ank .ill the n»M•»■*• sary appiiam e> for the treat precinct were here last Tuesday
excepting the third, he will hold services
everything was conducted. All enjoyed Oregon Kidney Tea.
ment "i consumption and kindred diseases
Arthur Langell of Klamath county is in at the Presbyterian church in Phoenix; on
O¡»erations are pr«>grc*sing nicely at th?
themselves thoroughly, nothing having oc-
by the new method which has caused so town on legal business.
It is suggested that the ce el»rati«>n com
Bargains in every Ene may still be found
ledge in Wamicr creek district under
< urre»i to mar the serenity of t!ie occasion.
at Newman Fisher’s
mittee invite Henry Villard t<» j »in in the
Messrs. Ach,Goldsmith ami Binnwanger, day evening hr will preach at the Presby the mana p*ni-nt of Dr. Everette Th
States, and are about employing it in th»*
1 he tables fairly gr ianed under their
prospects are continually getting better.
Give the band a rousing benefit on the fesiivilies. He i uilt the gap between Ro*«- case of a young woman residing in Trail three clever representatives of Portland
weight of delicious victuals. The ladies
Rev. W. B. Smith of the M. E. Church,
houses, were in Jacksonville during the
burg and the ( ah forma line- all but four creek precinct.
Extensive operations are in progress at
having the supper in charge were deter 30tb, for it deserves it.
South, has made the following appoint I Coulter A Co.'s quar:z mill near Gobi Hill
mine'! to furnish one fit for a king, and
Assessor Childers and Thos Center®
Attention is called to the advertisement
Engel Drcs pt Phoenix are displaying a.i
W. G. Cooperand D. Wilson made the ment«; 1st unday, in Jacksonville at 11 Several hundred tons «»f ore are already on
that they succeeded is too apparent f«»r made us a c ill Saturday.
• 4 tin Jacksonville Silver Cornet Band,
a m . and 7.30 r. m ; 2d .Sunday,in Browns
T imes office a call Wednesday.
immense .«to» k <•!' geneial merchandise ami
the dump ami cru-!iing will so.»n c<
even question. The music furnished ny
which organization will give a grand mas-
For g«M>d shingle*, shako and c.»rd-wood
boro, 11 a . m . and at Eagle Point 7:30 r. nienc?. A coii*i«lerablc number <»i i
selling cheaper than ever ’They keep only tpicrade ball on l ii.iay. Dec. 30th. Thus«’
W. Al. Huge of New York, representing m . ; also at Antelope at 7 :30 P. m on the are also engaged in tunneling for the c<
Nichols Bro««, was also first class
A neat apply at the 'T ime * office.
the b»-*t ««f g«H.«ls and never fail in giving who attend may rest assured that no pains Hooker A Co., proprietors of the celebrat Saturday night before the 2<i Sumiay ; 34 pany.
slim w»s realized for the fund to furn sh
Elegant office coats, handy ami cheap, at satisfaction.
the school-house, which has been increased
w14 be spared to make it one oi the leading ed Acker patent medicines, made us a call Sundav. in Central Point at 11 a . m . , and
the > F. Variety Store
at Gold Hill 7:30 r m ; 4th Sunday in Tai-
Tonic. Alteratirr and Catharic.
Kubli A Bolt have so!«l the Aker place in events oi t*ie holidays. The best of music last Wednesday. We found him a genial ent
considerably by outside donations.
at 11 a . m . and at Medford 7:30 r M
Simmons Liver Regulator cures malaria,
Red Men’s tail was well idled on Thurs
ami supper will be provided.
Th-* following are Elder M Peterson's biinmsness. dyspepsia, headache, consti
sented it to his niece, Frankie Barnc«. The
day evvniug of last week, on the occasion in session during the evening.
W. A. Bantz, th? well-known real-estate
pation and piles. It i* most effective in
< has Bateman was arrested one day last
First Lord’s day. meeting Starting th • secrétion* uf the liver, causing
Fay your arrearages at the T imes office ¡•rice paid wasflGbO. C.
of the party given by Well »nah Council
week, charged w ith stealing some farming hgent of Portland, called at the T ime * of- at Mound school-house at 11
m ., and at the bile to act as a pu»ge.
gotiated the sale.
No. 1. Pocahontas degree. It was a dc- and get one of our premiums.
machinery, belonging to his brother, but tice Wed n 3sday.
Esgle Point at 7 r. m . ; at Gold Hill, on the is an excess of bil? in th? stomach,the Reg
rided success in every (»articular, Su pe-
Call and see those new pants, just re
Several cases of diphtheria are rcp«>rtfl under lien to H. B Miller A Co. He had
Cncle Dan Fisher and wife of Willow second Lord's day ; on Saturday , at 7 p.
rior music was furnished bv Messrs. Sutt- ceived. at Mensor Brog store
at Ashland, one of which resuked fatally. an examination in Justice Euoank’s court, Spring* precinct were in town one day this m . hci<»re the third Lord's day. at Grant’s moval of the bile it will r»*gulate th«* bowels
and impart v gor and health to the whole
mor. Adam and George Schmitt, assisted
We want coi r» spondence from every por The vic tim was u child of M May«-r, the l»ui was disch; rgvd, the District Attorney week.
Pass; on the third Lord's day at the svstem.
by Miss Birdie Schmitt <»n the organ . The tion of the First Judicial District.
tailor, and whs buried in the Jewish ceme m»t deeming the evidence against him
W. R. Potter and wife pf Eagle Point Nidav school house, m ar Jump-' fl Joe at
•Upper provided by the lady numbers of
tery at Chis place.
11 a m ; fourth Lord's «lay. Medford, at
a rung < nuugh tw ensure <•- n\i ties
made our town a visit a few flays since.
S‘-vrr«d local items of interest will he
<’an always be relied upon to carry in stock
m and 7 i- m
the order was superb and could iml he » x
A complete and first class stork <>f gent'«
found on the first page of the T imf ..-.
J. .X Voting and wife of Little Butte pre ar<T“«>not Imlcpriidcnce t«> commence a the purest ami best goods, and sustain the
To the vast multitude of sufferers from
furnishing goods, su« h as white, percale
Pioira. ted inreting at M«dfoid, January reputation if being active, pushing and
fever and ague, coughs, colds, congestion. cinct were here on Wednesday
Call and see that handsome display
reliable. I»y recommendiiig articles with
and neglige shirts underwear, etc..—the
22, lSi>R. to hold f«»i >«>mciim<-.
Another Ruilruaii l*>opi>titiun.
glassware at the S. F. Variety Store.
In adache, bdioH-nr- s, and al! «»ther ills in
well-established merit and ’-uch as are pop
Ralph Dean, deputy sheriff, is meeting
•ery latest—ha* just been receiv'd at the
W A Bantz. formerly a railway <■ vrk.
ular Having the. agency for the celebrated
cident to the climate of the l’u< ific slope, the tax piyers at different points in the
The best cigars of all kinds—fresh a
S F. Variety Store.
but now a real estate agent at Fortiami.
Jacksonville Circuit, Columbia Conference Dr. Kit g’s New Discovery fur consumption,
fragrant at the S F. Variety Store.
ami coughs, will sell it on a positive
As our new goods have been received. change wrought in you for the better, if
was in Ja< ksoi.ville this week and maue
of the M E. Church, South, will be held colds
guaiante»1. It will surely cure any and
writing many tax receipts, as money still
R« member the masquerade ball on the
and having purchased th« in of the best y.«u wiil follow our advice and take Frrse s
at Medford Dec. 3 1 and 4th. Preaching every affection uf throat, lungs, or che.-r,
a proposition to build ami operate a motor
seems to be quite scarce.
and in order to prove our claim, wea-k
houses in San Francisco, we now offer the Hamburg Tea according to directions.
on Siturday at 11
m ami 7 r. m ; also
road between this place and Medford, pro 3oth It w ill no doubt be a fine affair.
Deputy Sheriff Holmes last week made a Sunday at 11 a m and 7 pm , by Rev. J. y<»u to call and get a Trial Bottle Free.
<»o to the
F. Variety Store and see be*t quality <>f goods ami at the lowest
vided the people will agree to deed him ,’UN)
The musical associati«m.recent.'y formed trip to Trail creek, where he is interested W. Craig. P. E. The conference w ill cun
price* Mensor Bro.*.
feet of land ou each side of the r> ad upon that han 1'ouif display of glassware.
at Roseburg elected the following officers: to n considerable extent.
vene on Saturday at 2:30 p. m . All raem-
V f K it 11: it.
the completion of the same.one v* ar hei <».
Duck“ have made their appearance in
ber*' are requested to be present, as there
8. West p'eiideut, Miss Zclia Zigler,
It is promised to cut lip the Ian I thus do the valley, but are not plentiful as yet.
' \ \ I 1:. . \ A « ■
HIGH SPENCER—In Ashland, Nov. 2Sth. by
•'••prc*i'h*nt; M iss Ruth Jones, seen tai y ; ry and wife of Eden precinct huve been in :i““>tance of very member, to be done.
R»*v H. P Kat ch well, Nathan S. High and Sli*e
nated into very s.nal tracts and require r.il
incss w ill he continued by M<
Ehler M Pctrrs«»n ¡.a* *«»hl a portion "f I 1
s II (’. St.niton, treasurer; Mi*s Vir town during the .v<‘-k
Lv. ry p< rs«m is s< li« it« d t«> attend the ser-
purchas rs to build a house and improve
Ins farm t«» Mr R berC. a nt w c mier
NEWMKN HARRIS I”
i. X .v .'•‘«h. by
\V B smith . P < ’
u i Kiiiutii» i vil «• .«»rganDt ;<». F il »du« V.
the pro|M*rty. In this m inm-r acontinu-
C <Beekman ani| i.iiuil
li'-'. II. P. S:<tcl» w .d). 1
N»*w i. tn and M im
Mvrin music. |t starts wit!
k s (’.»opr ■ ha* sold his farm in Man
<»li’< settlement (*t»ubl l»e built between the
’ ainoi ii i
•1 • 1 • i ' ■
In this Wt ek’*- h-ue of th« Tivi sw
nit h . urr
two town*, which w uhl gr» it 1 v ••nvnii »• za ita pre« in. t t t«» I J 1‘iiipp« for $2.VW»
r.■•urr.c 1 Imine I
r.ll the rta’-e.Mtafe tran*.’« ti«wh * 1.
nr « « d \ estei d iy m ■
Cha*» Hart, i'»rm* r\v of big Applegate,
the property io th»* vii.mtv and guarantee
B reports a very p'eavu.t tr.p.
«. *,y ■ i. • '
place in the county «luti: g lb«* imm h <>f
ue the T imes went to pro-
the prosperity i f both Jacksonville and has become a resident of Smith river, (’al.
Mrs M Reames «4 th.s p o-.- has
h is LEE X . G
October. In the next numb, r tl»« - • f..r
M.-. r. p. i
W’<‘ have not had the opportu
All Linds of country produce taken in November will be given.
quite ill, but we arc glad to announcr that IO , I >
nity to debate the feasibility of this project exchange for goo» Is at Mensor Bros
her condition is now improved.
W A. Owen and Geo. (’ooksey. two
ne rain, so that they can com
in our own mind, nor have we heard any store
HA 1 H WY
Mrs. J Rapp of Wagnsr creek has been
prominent citizens of Central Point, have
This is the dryest season we
general expression on the subject. We are
D. I* Bar.ies has purchased TV W <?ry-
ned a real estate agenc\ and offri «ev-
rirnced for many years, wet in town during the week, paying her mot.,
decidedly in favor of connecting our town
der's farm in Sam's valley,paying $2500 for eial pic’cs of choice property f«>r •al<*.
erally coinincncing at least a er, who has been quite ill. a visit.
with the main line of road by rail a! some
See advertisement elsewhere.
A D. Naylor is again a resident of thi*
point, should Mr. Bantz' proposition he the
valley, Nov. l'.th. Mr-. F
John Sisemore <h sires all those having
v dley and will probably remain here dur
J M Mark, guardian of tl.** minor
best that could Le suggested, we sincerely
•■! 54 jeai*. 6 rno.ntS»«
and 13 daye.
a I !
hope that it will be accepted and acted up
csts in some land in the Cove la:
on at once. Then let our eit zens take the
(’has. l’rrstc lì
Sheriff Dean clseutiere git es notice that Thompson A Butler were the
matter seriously under advisement witlcuit
ert*» k v.ulcy,
further delay and act as their b’ *t inter he will sell some real estate in Ashland on and tl.»- price p ■ id w •“
day this week
. the grc.4purifier
being settled lip taM ami its
h is wi“r to j r«>\ hie a _* h ir«.! <
is chara« terized by
three peculiarities, mm v :
V. T Hopkn *. the enrrgrfir .ngfiil •’
4 If st i
The ronibination of the various
hill a ?.
San Frnnci'« o Ex.ini r.rr,” ¡».tid u< k.- >i:
• lit i:
remedial agents used.
vii.'e a vi*it n-t M..U.U.V und slh < vl.<b*1
The ¡»ropoition in which tl e roots,
ile i-« n
<• stahli.-hmg an ;»g< u< y ami r-»ut<* t«»r that
herbs, barks, etc., arc mixed.
Tn.I. A < og.v I. t
-m. ' ,
* . rr
excellent pap* t
Twnl\ <»f our lUiZt-n»«
has sold his house and lot
of .« »ut¡icastern (h fg"n. larru- 1 at Jm i- s
iiavs become subscribers and several more
in n 1
wiflaoon become such The ’ Examiner’’
o Mr*. J A Wilson Con*
vill? last Wednesday while on his way tn luovui.!
Here may always Portland We acknowledge a friendly ‘‘all
is conceded by the large majority to be the
The result is a medicine (,f unusual strength
o a a I
‘ prim I
C. B. Limhev. the ?ffi« ient carpenter,
best newspaper published on thec«»a*t and
and curative power, which effects cures here
tofore unequalled. These peculiarities belong
his finished constructing Major H F
equal to nearly any of the ea*t« rn dailies
sim <• of f“V-r
8 A! Nealon and Geo. Mickey of 'Fable
>r, W. G K-mnev, spires no
exclusively to Hood’s Sarsaparilla, and are
Barron’s new dwelling house, which is a
It ha.* a monopoly «4* lhe telegra pliir dis
Rock precinct were in Jacksonvi lie a few
Im rust nnTs their money's
o i* ar
commodious and first-cLi<s on
patches of th.* J .tin G vrd'»n Bennett Ca
days ago. The latter has rented Fred.
of handsome glassware given
•el-» wd in giving *ati>fa--
ble Co.. ackn«*vi It dgr«l by all t«» be the most
Lewi* painted it and did a good job
Hansen's large farm.
can "f baking powder at the S
complete and reliable. Eight very large
Hood s Sarsaparilla is prepare«! with the
Supt Jacobs held his regular' quarterly
(J. A. Preston, teacher in penmanship, is
pages are presented every day ami on
greatest skill and care, by pharmacists o!
exanan^ion this week, comm» ■nciiig on
a resident of Butte creek valley, (’al al
< i:\ r 't i L roi \ r roi \ ri: lit.
education and long experience, lienee it Is a
Sunday a ma mnioth 16 page c«btioi> i» is
Wednes«f:iy. Four afqdi« an! for icach-
present. His health is still ¡»our
medicine worthy of entire confidence. Li you
i* see:» «»ur
sued. < heapuess is combined withvxcel!-
er>’(»-rtdicates presented thcmseiv« but
siifft'r from scrofula, salt rheum, or any di*-
John Al. Brown uf Gilliam county
enev, for the “ Examiner” is furnished by
we have not learned the r> ’«ult as vet
case of the 1 luod, dy spepsia, biliousness, sick
been making this section a visit \\ v I
Subscriptions taken for the daily and
carrier at the following low r ites: Single
headache, ur kidney and liver complaint*,
Rice Benson offer« lhe Mitchell farm,
copies. 5 cents; by the week. 15 cents; by
catarrh or rheumatism, do not fail to try
consisting of 2»" a r» s. situated in Mead-
V / ¡n otti* H(fl //<>
Jas T. Guerin, the scientific brickma
the manth, 65; yearly. |b. Those wishing More or T1Mi - "ffii e
ows precinct, f«»r -ale ( heap For further
son. who lias been in Washington territory
to become subscribers to the monarch «4’
Jas liar», funnerly of Forest creek, but particulars see his advertisrment che
fur several months past, lias returned. He*
•• I recommeiui n«x»d’s Sarsaparilla to all
the dailies should leave their orders at the w ho lu* b«*?n out «»f *ho c-»iinty fur some where Thi* is a bargam for some! ■ |y
will remove to ( alif.irnia in the near fu
my friends as the best bh»<>d purifier on
t». F. Variety Store, where the ‘Examiner” time past, has returned.
Henry Mensor of the Po<< fib Store at
earth.’’ W m . G aff , druggist, Hamilton, 0
lure with his family and probably locate
is kept constantly for sale.
’The best stock of g'*«»ds ever kept at Woodville keeps constantly on hand a ni« e,
Jack*- r.\ i
“ Hood's Sarsaparilla has cured me of scrof
Woodville mav be found at the Postofficv complete line of general merchandise,
ulous humor, and done me worlds of good
(’alifornia on a trip for his health, has
St«»re. Give Henry a call.
otherwise.” C. A. ABNoi-D, Arnold, Me.
'The following is a lis
which he sells at prices to suit the times.
' turne.i much 1 '«»neiited
A book containing many additional state
Analjutirmd t«'rm oí circuit court is He spares no pain* to give «atisfaction. *
(or the ensiling term at
t1 it V < I . V
ments of cures will be sent to all who desire.
Mr* E (.’. Kat e of Ashland is pay
Jacksonville Lodge N<
. F . being held in nder to g«- t several » ases
' tin* plate <t visit
held Nov 26» h .’s J I
L. G rcadv for trial next wrc\
urprojM ity »
Colvin, V. G.; R H M«xore, It ? • K
Aliss Emma Brown, wh • ha« !«tn
Tlif *.,:•» <4 P W. Olwrll N mill« at
« d! on M
Sol.l by alt (IriiL-gist*. ?1; six b>r $5. M1<1«
• »yer. I* s ; Win nix h ave been rvp*■rt»‘d. Iciit the rum
Kubli. Treus.; John \
J acks nvi .!<• f »r som» ! in,.- j-:vi. u i« ret u
only by C. JKH'I» & C<>., Lowell, Mas».
a: Li < a
tli . In M' !;
Deneff F Luv, W J r m »le. T tut
e I 1«. E»gle Point.
IOO Poses Ono Dollar.
■aie at a
The f»»llowii.3 is a lis
• ? a
Mr Vaughn formerly «4 Trail creek, who
for the ensuing \ » ar at I"» ia*t meeting < i
is n«»w a resident of California, paid this
p;i: I« Ula
Oregon < hapter No
A M.: T. G
»: Ì L S vV E L A «
“t‘< ti«»n a visit quite recently
*»t i ’«■ ag«”
Mi ler. K A M
Realm s. 11. P ; J. N
I I» Wil
Borrv, S.; D. Linn. < o ’ H . W Jackson.
Notic?. of Fin ii S ?* leniiiit.
tailor, paid his friend* iu town.Iasi Sunday
s als». I»'“
■ checks, in book*, in quan’itie* t»i suit, for
P. J.; C. C. Beekman. R
» ill«’ IS'UlV, In t* e » ou ity (’«»urt of H • S’ C
(’aineron. Treas. ; Max Muller, Sec
Henry Kubli, of the firm of Kubli A >n,
w ;. k
Fished G. M of 31 Veil
I u\ a faim
¿hr ikuiofraiir Simes
IV/» III I 1. !..
LATEST FASHIONS IN FALL COODSI
IT PATS THHTSAMIS TH TRADE HERE I
NO MISREPRESENTATIONS I
ONE PRICE !
fcj*Illustrated Catalogue and Samples of Goods Mailed free on
714 and 716 J St., 713 and 71Ö Oak Avenue.
C H. GILMAN. Prop
Two Story Bull.liogs.
Unknown to Others
F '1 lb
.»• ('o inâ'M' n by
ROPER, GALEY & HELM
U tl e r-
REAL ESTATE IlFFICE IN ASHLAND. (III. NEAT IHHIR TO BANK.
O/M 1 A< Rl> in i »:* t-.»
' <»n »•;«“) t'-rui-*.
1000 ;'f fru'p
;,u... . r *r an I i «*nr Ashland. Th«* best quality
¡■it i • i-. «r»* now «»tf»-r«»<l for wile nt Hu? "Hicr
Fruit and fanning I hiu I h in tract► «4 from 4 t<» lo-i iicr«“, i “ar Ashland, and nlon«; the line of the
railro-i *, can b<- ¡>urrha»Hsl st ti<i“ < ffi” •
A »q»h*r.di<l Stock Rn r!i <>f 3<ru acre? in I c
»3, Mcdone of 4 Mi»arres in Klamath county.
for sth* nt a bargain r < t'ii-»«»ffv*?.
;«e5»^A rca-onable c •;n:ue*'*i'» i w.ll b * «•’. »r®r *3 i i al! < is»*- for l*u'in<r or ?«*lJi«ix rxil »*#tate in
Jarkkon and Jos- jJan«* :u «1 K’.a :i «»I •• ur n—. Ti: '«*s « 11 t r.*r< fullv investigated; »bstraots fur-
n*a»G«•«I: «•«»:.veyaucinK don *; I- an* of m«»n«*y - riir*-1 for i• (»orrower or four «1 for th? lender on the
nio“t reaeonabl? terms.
We “ball always tn* prop aed t«» Ki' «'
inform it ion d»*»urrd concen in»* the needs, resources ard
pros: enty of Ashland and Southern Or« g«-c. ai:d «ill take plea-ur? «n t-howm« the property we * dir
HELM. Real Estate Agents.
Im* l»»’cn app >intr<l postmaster of Apple-
gate, vic«* John B «It resigned
Catarrh originates in scrofuT mis taint
H‘"»4'« Sarsaparilla pur:tic- th»* Pood. ami
thus permanently cures catarrh
There is a slight improvement in the
grain market an 1 l>«’tter ¡»rices may be real'
izc 1 by the beginning if the new year.
Messrs. S«m»*«»ii and R xford of Apple
Samuel < '"’ver. a wealthy and well-known gate were in Jack*■>'.ville recently, and de
farmer of Jackson county, wh > has been livered a large quantity <»f vegetabb s.
•topping At the Holtvn house for-cvcrai
\V T. German has taken charge of Wor-
days past, is cun-'idered insane He has l«»w’*‘ saw-mill on A ntelope creek ami will
been going ar« uml trying to place immense inanufa« tore excellent lumber of a I kinds
loans, imagining that he has millions i«>
Joan. He pawned a valuable watch ye*ter-
day for |5. and conducted himself general
ly in such a manner that Chief of Police
Parrish detailed a man to look after him
jrtment of fresh
and see that he was not taken advantage of
ern <Oregon has
by any one. Mr. Colver is over 7n years
S. F Variety
ol»l. but is a stout, hal* man of his vears
He stumped the State for Sr. John and
look a prominent part in the late Prohibi
tion movement. He also subscribe I a large
amount of the stock of the paper the pro
hibitionists talked of starting here
was proposed yesterday to have him ex
amined before the county court as to his
sanity, hut this was not done. Prob ibly
his trieivIs will look after him wli^n they
hear »»f hisconditi »n - O cgonian. N
G M of 21 Veil; J. W II .V ir I. G.
1st Veil ; R N. Dunlap. Sentinel.
The following is a li-»t of officers r
for the ensuing year at the Inst meet
Warren Lodge No 10. A F A A
C Beckman. W. M
D Lion. > \
R Neil. J. W . N L uigril. I rras
Muller, Sec , R. S Dunlap. Tyler
Another Hiff L tn-I tale.
u \v c
li.i* ><>M III» ea.t half of
thr Barm > ranche in Manzanita precinct
to 1’. W <>l’re»l of Phoenil for $15.000
Only a few weeks «Ince lie p«iil
the »ame properly. XodoubtMr O will
also realize handsomely on his inv^tnicnt
It is intended to divide the land into par
cels of ten, twenty and forty acres, which
will sell at fancy figures. Thi* scheme w ill
benefit Central Point very much, as it will
bring a larue and desirable population into
direct eommui'ieat'on with tint place.
The farmer« living in the vicinity of oil, r
towns shou’ld likewise iliviile and m II their
land in small quantitii-« a« it wiil not only
help their »»eielibor« a great deal I nt them-
selves in a like |.ro|H>rtion
The M E i l.urcli l.niíiünK
i« n -Klins rep.iir- veiy b.i.llv, »n-l it is )•»■>
|H»»e-l Io rut it in a roiiifortable.Ti.I rr.p.-c
table eoiKÜli.'ii »s so t as | h «sitile.
tllb in the ri-ht manner it will require
which sum mir eilizens will he
requested to Resist in r»i«:ng This is the
pioneer ehitreh building of southern Ore
gon. which wa« usidby nearly all religious
-- • NVe hope
w ill r< >pohd lit « rally ami
tl a> ti r I 11 * 'i< < V
I..;. ’ ’ improvement sue«»«.«
fUrCHit < »Orf
The foil. «ii'K
We tender our
of hohd: :iy goods ever
The largest st-
brought to southern ’fregoli will be open» d
at the S. I' Variety Store in a few days.
('.ill and sec it
G » b> Ne vin’h Fisher f.-r the best I ar-
gains in dry good*, groceries. b“ots and
shoes, etc Hr keeps a laige ami splendid
stock <»f goods.
Sheriff Dean sold the Davis farm in Little
Butte precim t last Saturday. It was bid
in by J«»s S.»iom»*n for the amount uf the
liens against t
»>1 the Ma unie fra er-
W» dit» -<l it. to attend
ol Warren Lo«l; e No.
Su■»•»' i ibv f.»r ilie >.iii Frim ise-» * Exatn-
in» r th« monarch «4 the daily and week-
?y newspapers Leave y ur siiLscriptfrms
at th»* T ime « « ffire.
E. P. Rirl«ards"n has rented one of Ku-
b!i A Bolt s farms on Tlnunpson creek. He
is an experienced surveyor and offers his
services quite reasonably.
Everybody shouM call and see that mag
nificent st k of goods being displayed by
Newman Fisher, Great bargains in every
line arc being »fl,T»d there.
The people of Woodville and vicinity
will «Io well to « all at the Postoffire St«> •re.
examine H'*nry'»» t »ek and ascertain his
prices t>ef«»re going elsewhere.
of school h*» •*»
A large r- ’ «• •.m»*l*»»«'
stationery et .—lir-'t-u«»*» g«»«»*L may
be found at the City Drug Stor»\ and will
be sold at the most reasonable rates.
place iu lb« circuit court this week
I» ’• »’• t Al“V»n«ler v* «> R Myer, ar-
lion to r?« '»vvr m«»n»*v. Judgment by de
fault in th? sum ofSM.
Geo. R Hargadine vs. Lottie D Wilianl;
suit to forrcl«»«e mortgage Judgment by
default for $175 and decree granted
D. Chapman vs. Gillette. ?t a I . suit for
C B. R'lstrl s barbersli«»p is being reno-
•|iecific yerformanc« of contract. Ju«lg- vated. anil will s«»«»n present a much iiu-
inent for plain«'«*'
proved appearan« e W. 11. lliigginn, an
excellent mechanic, is doing the work.
FrwW G roiccre.
A meeting ot the fruit growers’sssoeds-
The h.nndso’nost glassware in smtbern
lion of sciiti'-”* <vcg»rn will hr held »*1
Oregon isbeing diqikiyd at tlieS F. Va
, nt 1 o’clock r M. Ry
Every can of baking powder
D. M illib , Sec. pro tem.
| purchased there draws a piece of it.
will !»♦• on
« es ami w
ir « it iz- *
h lo l to h i'’»* a *4 aigli t
1 to th** « '»ii’itv •‘■• it. which will n<>t o»
!• a mm h shorter «me than th.it at pre>-
tr.ivr e«i. but wiil also be first-class ami
i to ra p’d travel at a : I' i me“ "t th»» year.
ill not I t any hmger than the road be
en Medf'ird and Jacksonville
A a rj. 1 m«i first-class line of drug*.me.1-
l'-ines, lints, oil*, etc. i. hi alway* be
fmiiid a» Dr II nkie’s drug st«>rc. He also
has a lire assortment «»I jewelry, watches,
cltM’ks pur^rs. Ilies’ satchels and IK
ti«»ns • f »-very kind. 'I he doctor keeps ni
perior g.»o<i ls and sells at very reasonable
Central Point, like all other enterprising
towns, has now a real estate agency, Geo
W. Cooksey and W A Owen having as-
sih i ited ti)em-elv«’s for the purpose of fur-
nhhing ev< ryh »Uy w ith ’harg insin prop
1 hey alreaiiy have a large amount
□I i hoice real-estate for >ale, ami. as they
arc | rompt and reliable, will no doubt <!o
The T imes gives a faithful ami elaborate a good business.
report of all the important eccurrences
Th-' (irrat Ejrriiraion.
southern Oregon of i vory nature, which is
At a m«-<i ing of t lie <•« •mm it tec of ar range-
why it is su’>scrib-d for so extensively ill
held at Sm Er.inci-cu N<»v. 2!Hh, for
Ja<-ks<>n. Josephine ami Klamath cuuiri
the <‘»-1» bra.Hm «•( the completion of the
It give* m l the local news.
( ahlornia A Oregon R R , Mayor P»>nd
The D » ‘«•inb ?r term of the circuit C Hirt
presiding, it was <!<*« ide«l that the commer
will be begin next Mon«l .y. th? 5th in*t
rial boards uf San Francisco, with the sev
The docket is light and wiil probably soon
eral boards of trade of California, with four
be disposed of
The December term of
the probate and county commissioners’ delegates at large appointed by Guv.
Waterman, making in all seventy two,
courts will also be h«*ld n» xt week,
sl.'-nld leave Kan Fiami.-cu on the after-
E. K Breitman ha* disposed of his res m>on of D-« ember 1() and procred t>> Port
taurant on the Si-kiyou nmuntainto Frank land to O|- n the road. I he committee in
Cook and taken charge of the Central Ho charge will c«m.“i*u uf Mayor Pond, of Kan
tel, formerly c«»n«lucted by Mrs. Vining, in Francisco; W. L. Merry, president of the
Ashland. Hr understands tl e business chamber of commerce; Geo. H. Sanderson
thoroughly and will no doubt give satDiac-
president of the San Francisco board of
trade;A.T Hatch, president of the state
Judge Day. one of our real-estate agents, board of trade; Frank Dalton, president
is about issuing a neat, descriptive pam- of the produce exchange, and W T. Gar-
phlcl «»f Miutln rn Oregon, which will no *■<41, of the Manufactures Ass«»ciati«»n. The
to this -ei-tion. Second regiment ban«l will .^ company the
doubt be of mil' ll benefit
Hr has a lar^r Int • •f land'* for sale, u hich dea-galioii. w h«> will b? gne-ts of the city
will be published in the back part «»I the «if Pm thiml. as ner inviiation received from
May«»r (iates of that city
There is no doubt about the honest worth ’.VI I o< ( upv thiec «-are, an I applications
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla as a blood purifier. ha v be«-n iii.idr ¡or a great number of t’ck
Thousands, who have 1» •••n benefited by its els on the out >i«h*. Ti«‘kvt.*» g »od for six
use. will attest its virtues. This reme*l\ d.r.vs co>t but $-’•». 1 I k re whs al“«> a pub*
cure“ liver aim kidney complaint, ami lie mvcl ing >4 < itiz« i'S of s.f rumcnto to
eradicates < ver\ trace «4 disease irum their take action on the driving of the last spike
of the California A Oregon railroad, A
For the best turnouts fur all occasions committee was appointed to select repre
call at the Excelsior livery stable in Jack- sentatives to go to the scene and meet
sonville Plymale’s prices are quite re.^- people from Portland. Salem and other
sonable and he never fails in giving satis places in Oregon. A committee of ten was
You will also do fy ell to patron- also appoiutid to arrange a celebration in
ize his stage lii.e running ; between this this city.
(»lace and Medford.
Small farms arc a blessing t<» any country,
P. Bonneville, agent fur the standard
and we hope to see those who own large >ew ing-iii.»'him Wheeler A Wilson—will
bodies of laud divide and sell the same in remain a fc.v weeks l••ng^'^.aml those know
quantities to suit. Noijonly will our popula ing themselves indebted to the company
tion b** greatly increased but the produrti ve- I
r« pre-. ;»i . a 1 :i*. I It tHhciradvan-
Hess «nd value of the soil enhanced propor ta. ge t«> settle with him before his departure.
Letter a l'lr» >>e«l t«> Jacksonville will each
(’. \V. l/»gan, the popular Ashland pho him and he can be seen at the IT. 8 Hotel
tographer, who has been in California re eyerv Saturday. All accounts must be
cently, ‘look in" several new wrinkle* in setth'd up.
the art while in San Francisco and Oak i I
land, and is consequently heller prepared
I'ruil Tree* at ITholraalf.
than ever to furnish his patrons with pho
Or.l •rs taken f >r ci »ic»» fruit trees o
tographs of every style and size. II«* docs every
«!»•’ iriptiou. in a iy quantity, at the
the best uf work after th»* iate.^t styles.and
l0W*St W i»l ’* il • rates at M E. Beatty’s
never fails in giving satisfaction, Don’t real-csta »■ '/office in Medlurd. 8atiafaction
fail to give him a trial.
John Milb-r k< • -n* the m st cúmplete ami
best imc of flrearr is. ammunition, cutlery,
etc., in southern Oregon. A tine assort
ment of shelf hardware may also be found
there, all of which will be sold at tin* most
r* asonaba* rates.
Taking of evidence in the Mensor insur
ance case before Justice Ply male has been
finished at this place and forwarded t" San
Francisco. The testimony of nearly thirty
witnesses was taken and ail of it is quite
favorable to the plaintiff*.
I*. Hagglund, <»ur tailor, has been ill tirs
week, tnit is able to I»? at hi« sh«>¡» a ain
J \V (’oil;..« is n<’w • -j
residence of Win. Wi'.son, hi* s m in-law . W !
U ! t
hi Tabic Rock prccim t. an t i* u .■l«-i the
treatment ot Dr. Stanley. His »umiili*-n
has been much im le ía'oi.u !<• than it was
for sometime past, hut it is iiua leafed
that the ravages uf bis disease are t"O lar
advanced to udmit of hi* recovery
S. S. Aiken of Flounce Rock precinct was I A
at ibis place day b'dore yesterday.
Louis Nordheim aud Mi“s E naia S. lila-
gelo! Yreka. Cal., returned home Sundax.
L'onta Crrefi ltrni».
after a brief but pleas ml visit at Jackson
A lex Orme. Sr . who died not Ion
f old age. w a- *<1 years and
Jas Drum, nm» of our merchants, has
returned home, after a brief visit to San
Francisco and Oakland. Cal.
G. W. Lance, S. Duffield and Jas Burns
of Foots creek . paid Jacksonville a vis.»
lion S F. Chadwick of Salem, who lias
taken much interest in mint’s of southern I
Oregon for a long time, spent Wednesday
W O Turrell, M Mayer. M Hiegel and
Mr Ross, commercial travelers from >’an
Francisco, were in the valley during t ie
E. E. Miner, uf California was in town
yesterday, lie has just sold 20 acres of !
land in Ashland for $6n00 to Levi Morris
M. A Brentano was down from the Wag- ,
ner creek mines last week.
D W. Marsh, who is engaged in mining
on Star gulch, was in town a few »lays
G. W. AS heeler of Lebanon was here this
»k’s father, is
is. his son-in
Thus Moe ha* bought Thu*. Carr's inter-
tercst in the Lum quartz lodge, and is pre
paring to thoroughly prospect it. Good
returns are obtained.
R. L. ('«»ok. son of R A <’uok. who ac i"
dont iLv “hot hiin-s» If throagh the foot
while "lit hunting, on the 24, i*» doing
well under the < are of Dr. Colvig.
Miners are busy preparing for winter
We had quite a rain <«n the 10th and llth,
which increased the wafer, and Duffield A
I auce will be ali e now to clean up their
lK“t winter’s run
Jone« A Olton have not got their wood
contract with the railroad complet.d yet,
and roads are getting bad. though they
will make It. for Jones don’t krow what
fail is. unless it is on prohibition.
W. V. Junes, the enterprising Foots
Draper. Nov 22.1^7.
crack merchant, was in Jacksonville the
llaar fhtll (iatnr at H ralii'n /**»*<.
forep.it t <»f the week.
A rorir*p«»ndrnt «»f the T imes send* us the fol
F. N'twman and W. M. Gilroy of A sh
lowing report of the match gatr.r of basr-ball
laud were in Jacksonville one day last which t<»<»k place Kt firn:it*H Pas-on Thanksgiv
week on business particularly interr sting ing day:
Hunt«. Town Nin*».
In th«» mu't?r of th«» «»state <»f Dani“l U-'p.nus.
JT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO 81T TOO MT'CH IN PBAISB OF THIS GOOD OLD BTANDABD
oth e is htreby given that tht
Ex'»c« t..r of th«’ -t
'»•a .ty court of Ju -k.-nn
<!«•<•.•a»i:*tl. i.HR tili'l in
• ¡•it h * such t-xrriimr.
county. Or., hi--' final
-art TU'tHl.ty. th** 3d
and l»> or.b-r of m . i
: ir of 10 o’clock \
d iy of Jic uarj. IH-Sx.'i
- • * r t<!r«*s-»-«i are
M.. isR«1 f«»r hearing.
h' • his or her ob-
h«»r»by n-»tifi'» i o app ar
>r ■ said day.
i'M’t on« tosavi account <»n u
p .hh.M'i“»! by .»rd'T <»f H «.n n E. D Paatt, Judge
of said court.
It cannot be
highly recommended, as it is truly a MAKVEL OF THE
AGE, and no bousehoic abould be without It.
It prevents as well as cures Skin DlwcaMs, Oor.t,
Rheumatism, Gravel, and all Kidney Diseases, Affected Liver. Headache, Nausea. Bile Wind,
Indigestion, Constipation, Diarrbc»B and Dysentery, Fever and Ague, Sleeplessness, l^sslUid/.
Foul Breath, and every disease brought on or aggravated by a disordered stomach.
It is a Bpw
cifio agtlnrt contagion and an eCkacious remedy for Biliousness, Nervousness, Scrofula
Jaundice end Dyspepsia.
It Purifies the Blood, Cleanses the stomach and Bowels, and gives the whole eysUm a
Healthy a&d Delightful Tuoe.
NEW YEAR'S BALL 1
There Dever vaa a Medicine for the Nursery equal to IL
FOR SALE BY ALL 0RUCCI8T8 ANO CROOERS.
ASK FOR THE
rtvcr by tie-
Jacksonville Silver Cornet Band
at fiso —
Friday Exiliar Decente 30. 1887.
(’ominitt»'«» of Arnuig«'inent*-- A'I hib Schmitt.
G«*«». D. Linn and Isaac MutlerT
Reception Committee Fr»*<l
Lny, Jr., Win.
Lytle. Geo. Schmitt and L. Bdfils, Jr.
Flo«ir Manager»« Prof. <’ H. Lal-rance. J. C.
Whipp. ('han Nickell and XV. L. Plymnle.
Prof. ( . H. lzaFrnnce will be at th«« V. S. Hall
from Dec. 2»»th irml th«* evening of the ball with
a full line of »’ostunie«. which will be rented at
Tickets forth«* bill. anp;».*r indud“«l, $1.23
each; children und« r 11 year* of a”«», .'.’i c«»i.'«
A ge-irril invit.iti«» i i- . x »•'id«*d.
They cost no more thiui an inferior make and are a jierfect tit
sale by all the principal dealers on the Pacific Coast
F. S. CHADBOURNE & GO.,
Wholesale &. Retail Dealer» in all Varieths of
fiirmturp, Bfiddiig. Upnolstery
Y V11*TC E ' >F TM*<» E \ E< f TIGN S DC I .Y
i"HU(*d out of th.’ circuit court of the Statu
of Oregon, f«»r JarkMon county, and to in»» di-
rert«‘d and delivered <»tu* upon a judgin« nt recov-
or»'d in Mud ooart ««n the 2Sth day of November.
1ssJ. in fav«»*- of Oslsirm* A Ah'xander. plaiiitiffa
4 J on Mensor
and against O R. Myer, defendant, by which I
Mrs. E. Cochran ami her daughter. Miss J (>rd D. Smith
J J u k Schmer
1 am conimandci to niak«* th»» sum of $53.72 now
(i duo on said ju<igin»>iit, with legal int«T»*st th»*reon
Behe. <if Butte creek, have gon«* to Tux a- W.G Tiff*
2 from th»* navi 2“th day of Novomlwr, 1K87, an«l
4 John Gooddl
(’ I'-.. But'hw*
rora, Nev., on a visit.
1 the further sum of $1*71 costa and tbsbur«»*-
4 Ales Mensur.
. 2 rnentH. and th»» coap» of and upon said writ, out
Prof. J. S. Sweet of the Ashland Normal , F. Mmich
3 Geo. Bbtka
1 of the hereinafter (lesrrib**! real property. l»*vied
1 upon by me on theinth «lay of October. 1K m 7. in
4 E. Everton
School, one of tic county hoard of exvmin- H. Smith
3 Doc. Gibaon
1 th»» manner provided by law. by virtu? of a cor.
ers, was at Jacksonville yesterday on offi | Tom King
3 Elmer Everton
2 tain writ of attachment issued out of said court in
! - 1 —IJ
tav«»r <»f aai«i plaintiff- and against said <lcf**nd-
U ant ; the other ex«*cuti<»n u|M»n a transcript of
Messrs. Richards, Bradshaw and Rich
Prof H L. Benson actwi a« umpire and filled judgment r«»cov»»re«l in »lie justice’s court *»f said
mond of Little Butte precinct were in town i the position quite acceptably J I) Hay made Jackson county, for Ashland precinct, on the
2H»h day of Match. 1MS7. in favor of H 8 Emery,
; the only hcun*’ run.
plaintiff, and aga nsr s-tid O It. Myer defend
ant. when by 1 am commanded to make the sum
Rev. J. W. Craig, presiding elder of the
of $33. with interest at the r deof a per cent per
M. E. church. South, for this district, is in
annum from sai«i 2hli day of March.
and the j
‘tiGcestful operation t'nee »5*/, patronired frum
By dispelling the symptom« sooften mis sum of $•».75 costs and «hsburaements. and the
non«» of the Northwest, endorfc«d by
Having permanently located h«*re. I offer my
taken for Consumption Santa Abie has costs of and upon * tid writ, out of the personal
bu•>(»€»» men and leading educators.
brought gladness to many a household By nr real property of said defendant, by virtu** <»f servie»«» to the people of Southern Oregon.
TUK MOST PERFECTLY EQI IPPED BCBOOL
Afoore’e flair Inrifforntor
its prompt use for breaking up the colds which la'-t mentioned writ. 1 did. on the 30th day .
r>f its «I.«*» r>n the CuMt- it <4Terv private er class
of N«»v»,tnb»,r. 1KH7. niako a second l»*vy upon said .
('an be found on sale atGeo. Hchumpf’s bar- ! that tow often develop into that fatal disease I hereinafterdeecri!»e<l real property and I will.
.nsirucucii, day and evening thmughuut the year, im
Arithmct»«-, Wnt.ng, 4 <irresp«wdeac«, Bm<k-keeping.
ber-sdiop in Jacksonville. Sample bottles ■ thousands can be saved troni an untimely ! in obedience »<> th»* »aid two <>x«*cnli«>n?. offer for
Type writing. Businei and Legal
tree, ( all and try it. No lady's toilet is j grave. Y»u make no mistake by keeping ' sal»*, for cash in hand, at public auction, tn th»» Done io a superior manner and at prices t«» suit B v r • i^.Shorthand
« -nd all Cw mun Schuol Branches. Students
. highest hi'ider. al the court house door in Jnck-
complete without it. I
tb sexes admitted at a iy tune.
; the tunes. I refer to the jobs of |«aintina I have
(at .'ure ir .quallv ’ sonville, in said county and State.on
prevents the hair from
falling out. will '
nistroi«g and Weses. Pro »rietom.
previously done for recommendation. Hausfac- Catalogue free.
Saturday, Ikrembrr .?/, 18871
give dry and wiry hair a moist and glossy | effective ln eradicafing all traces <•( Nasal
I tion guaranteed.
• I Catarrh. Rolli of these wonderful Califor at 2 o’clo-k »». m. of *ii 1 dijr. al
me a -----------------
trial and -- judge
for r yourself.
nia re.iiedien are sold and warranted by and interest of said O. R. My»*: I feadant m | Orders left at Merritt’s New Cash Store wip
City Drug Store at $100 a package, 3 for . and to ftll of the following desci o I real prop. I receive prompt attention
erty.to-wit: Being the south 6 4
’ the follow-
T. J. < RE88.
he undekkignfd offers fob sal
Prof. A ifuitiuer. a tirot clam mu’ician $2
1 ing d«y*cribed lot or parent of l.i.,
his f rm in D**r rres* valler. JceepMM
and mi’ter of in iny in’trnnrent,. is pre
county. s«‘ven miles from Kerbyrills It ooc-
' Houck'w hotel lot in th? town of A ’ in4, Jack-
>«crrs of land, well witered. about 108
pared to give instruction, on tire piano, or
From B., bve s sheep camp in Klamath son county. Oregon, and running
acres of which are under feoneand in cultiwUSQ
gan, violin, cornet, piccolo and other musi county, several days since, a female mule, i 4«i fe 4. thence east 193 f«’>?t. th»»«v- ■ »rth 4 1 f»s»t.
three or four ncree being set in bearing fruit
1 t-enc«» west 193 fest, to the pla<*
A «HEHSMENT NO 17 OF Í2 PER SHARK ON frees and must of the balance te a ‘no sueceDQbln
cal instruments at very reasanab'e rates. black in color. 15»^ hands high, branded The above l«»t is described ou tli- • • _ icial
plat of 21. th« capital stock of the Gold Hill Mining to gram s’ d fruit raisi ur
Th*re i» a oomiotta-
levied Ort- St. 1*H7, »»* rowdu»« atul Hn dw. lliiT’4 oom on tl.e pikce ; also a goad
He guarantee, satistai tion.
for her recovery or any information that i lot numlx-r (1) in bio k number A. i (3) of said pwabl»* to Henry K’ipp**l. Sorretary. ar Jack*on • bam. t-labl? and other buildings- This is onaoC
ville. Oreiron, and if n«»t paid within thirty duya the best ranch?« in southern Oregon and wiUJm
may lead thereto, (t is supposed that rhe : town.
James .Sullivan of Salem. Orrgi
Given under my baud thi* 1st day uf December. from this da»? will b? delinquent.
hold cheap if application ia mada
went toward the Klamath reservation
I A. D. 1M7.
of the Board of ---------------
or Tru tee? further particuls'« apply to Hsary lilipp«L
he was cured of the A
B. W. D3 a N, Hberiff
F lj FiauK Bybee.
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E Dxi’^A.’r At/*
Ash Bedroom Sets from $3o <nt upward. Everything in our st<xA
marked ’way down Call ami examine before purchasing.
COR FIRST & YAMHILL STS. Portland. Or
T. J. CRESS,
House Painting, Paper Hanging
Frescoing, Ka!»cmining. Etc..
Farm for Sala.