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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1888)
We have received a copy of the “Busi The Jacksonville debating society held
Jacksonville has no tailorshop at present,
Mrs. Celia Langan berg spent Sunday vis
owing to the failure of Ji A. Larsen It ness Educator," published by A P. Arm
Oregon kidney Tea.
Fred Browu is in Portland.
iting friends at tlii« place.
offers superior inducements to a good nie strong, of the Portland Business College. ville school-liouse last Saturday evening.
Build the wagon road .
Mrs. Ralls of (»old Hill is still quite ill.
Mrs A. U. Hamilton is the guest of Mrs.
aaiTiD »TATEI OFFICIAI HIM.
The Ashland Woolen Mills are running C. Jones at the White House.
This is the Lenten season
Miller Bros of Portland, whose plants, ever printed in Portland, and full of val speeches were made on the subject selected again
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Slenter were the
Head the new advertisements.
for discussion. An astronomical question;
seeds, etc., have gained a wide reputation, uable items.
Mr«. K Kubli, who has been quite sick guests of Mrs. Carlisle on Friday.
FEBRUARY 24, 188»
The valley is full of drummers
I am prepared to make delivered prices on all kind* of
have something to say in our advertising
Oscar Wilde, who honored Glendale by a
Dr. Whitney of Eagle Point is making a brief visit, departed some days since.
is very low with consumption, and no ours?" will be debated to-morrow night.
Raia will soon be in order again.
number of improvements.
Mrs. B. McCulloch and Mrs. Annie Mc
A correspondent of tlie T imes , writing
Judge Day, who has been appointed ex hopes are entertained lor his recovery. He
Chinese new year closed this week.
Much work is still being done on the rail Culloch are alarmingly ill and Dr. McCarty
Attend the coming school meeting.
A Democratic Convention for Jack»ou county,
Oregon, ia hereby called to be held at the Court
ceased. elsewhere publishes a notice to that his condition it not a« hopeless as re have wintered much better on Butte creek
numerous friend? of Mrs. Alonzo
House iu Jacksonville on
this winter than last. Grass is growing this section looking fur a home.
Jones will regret to learn that -he is lying
H. E Happersett, who has for the past finely and stockmen are happy. Consid
Saturday, March 'll, HifiH.
sick at the Clarke Hotel.
Remember the Democratic p.-imaries.
Babbitt-metal for sale cheap at the
A German and his wife were in town
Miss Katie Clarke who lias been danger
at 10 o'clock A M.. for the purpoee of electing
Railroad trains are on time again and ar this week lo iking, (or work. They seem to ten years filled the position of roadmaster erable grain has already b-en sown in this T imes office, in quantities to «uit.
«even dnlegate« to the Democratic State Cot.ven-
on theO ,t C. R. R . on the west-side di
B Miller of Lake county wa* Registered ously sick, is convalescing under the skill
travel on foot and walked Iroin Medford vision. has been transferred to the south neighborhood Mrs. W. S. Gray is recov at E.
tion to be held at Prodleton, Oregon, on April 5, rive regularly
I lul treatment of Dr. Kremer of Grant’s
the V. S. Hotel during the week
IKsA, and to t ran «act other businee« that may prop-
Dr. Braden and RtlphDean were in town and back.
Fred Luy has almost fully recovered,
erlj come befo.-r »t
ern»liv:<ioii. as superintendent of bridges, low has lieen confined to his room for the
Rev. H. C. Smith a >1 wile will start to
Die «everal precincts will be entitled to ««ne on Wednesday.
and may be found in his shop again.
8ub»eribe for ilie.S.ui Francisco "Exami- vie.- Johnson
Crescent City. Cal., mi a short time. It is
past week, but is somewhat improved at
drl«tc«te tMAch and one dehyate additional for ev
Sheriff* Deaii was indifferent portions of with profound regret that we note their
Nature s remedy is what they -ay of tier" and New York '’.«r. the two best
ery 25 vote» cast for N- L. butler for congressman
Read our grand ciubbing inducement^ this writing.
the county’ this week on official business. departure.
in lHHfi, to. wit:
pa|>er.» published. Subscriptions takeu at published elsewhere, and if you want tlie
Oregon Kidney Tea.
Vote* caM tn tsHrt
Cass. \\ alker has been elmsen as assignee
The bridge catpentt rs. with l imes Mur
Bargains in every line may still be found the T imes office.
leading journal of southern Oregon and the sleep comes to one who. for tiresome days
ray. forent.tn. have been a» this place a
The buildings, machinery and mill site best newspaper or periodical in the United and wearisome nights, bad tossed about debtor.
at Newman Fisher's
week'. They are engaged i i repairing dam
Hig Butte ..........
Land on the bill back of St. Mary’s Acad ages caused by the Inie storm
A. J. Cook, lately of Applegate, is now a of the Big Butte steam »aw-mill company States for the price of one. call or send to seeking the rest lie could not find ; burning
......... m A
K. Martin Smith, a wealthy San Fran
weresold at auction last Saturday, but did the T imes oilice.
resilient of Foots creek.
Ev^ne Creek ....
with fever or shaking with cold, utterly- fruit trees.
cisco gentleman, will a» lire in a lew «lays
Foote Crrvk ....
not bring much
spend the summer at this place. He
Call and see those new goods just re the beautiful weather we have been expe wrought this wonderful change? Frese's by their daughter. Mrs. Lindslev of San will be a guest of the < ‘lai ke Hotel.
I We are pleased to learn of a rich discov
ceived at the Postoffice Store. Woodville.
Fresh buckwheat Hour ami rolled oats Or. Henry says that he will not be under riencing during the past ten days? No Hamburg Tea. the great blood purifier. It
Carlos Goddnsd and wife and Monroe ery having been ni<i<b* at the south exten
at the 8. F. Variety Store.
Gordon of Flounce Rock precinct were sion of the Green mountain mine, wlii< h
sold by anyone.
to escape tlie severe weather east ot the petite. and the loss and waste caused by here not long since.
is supposed to be a pocket. It is very rich
PlwuMMit ( rook •
Roads are improving rabidly and will
Engel Bros of Phoenix ire raising a Rocky mountains.
disease, like magic. Keep it by you.
A nice line of driving at d working cloves and assays 1150 to the ton. This ledge is
soon lie in good condition.
¡ may always he fmind nt the S. F. Variety owned by a Portland company, who me TOl G11NESS—It i- alinoftt hh|><>-.~il>l<*to Tear,and it will nut Crack.
number of German mastiffs, which are
It is thought that a quarter of a million
represented by Alohz > Jones 'They will SOFTNESS—Wlx-tliPi Cold or Hot, Wet or Dry, it is always Soft
We are not responsible for any views ad among the largest and most valuable dogs
Tkhlr Kock. ....
?• /I K.WO.V.I L M E\TIOS.
fruit trees will be planted in Jackson and
erect a quartz mill in the near future.
Feb 2uih. 1JOW.
Ji mi s
an«l Easy for the most Tender Fret.
Josephine counties during 1888. This is
H E. Ankeny returned to southern O.-e- ern < aliforni i. lie will not engage in
Pay your arrearages at the T imes office
merchandising at Agc*r.
WATERPROOF—It will 'lurn WaterlH’tter than any other Ix-atlier.
A full line of elegant furnishing goods evidence of the fact that this will in tlie gon this week.
Total numbers of delegat/w ..............
®2 ami get one of our premiums.
Wm. Barrett is now lookin ' after the
for gentlemen—the latest styles and best near future he a vast fruir-producting sec
COLOR—»A «Jet Black that will not Fade or turn Red.
Primary meeting« in the vanoue preemet« for
Rev Father Herrman returned from the Western Stag»* Co.’s stock at Topsv sta k ! Tlie weather is line and the farmers are
Our Glendale correspondent has our materials—has just been received at the tion, the greatest on the Pacific coMt.
th« election oi delegate« to the County Conven
all I hisj - plowine ami sowing tlieir grain.
POLISH—I nlike till other Grain Leather it will take a High Polish
tion wdl be held at th« usual place« of voting on thanks for substantial favors.
8. F. Variety Store.
Re ne.uber that Pond's Extract is to be
The «ale of the Dardanelle« place, owned
with oniinary Shoe Blacking.
Sai ar.lay March 17, 18s8. at 1 o clock P. M. .
Stanley A (.'omits are making a weekly
Marshal Curtis elsewhere announces that
All person« who favor the perpetuation of
The annual school election will be held obtained only in bottles of Pond's Extract
by Tims, (’havner, i> reported. It contains elemi-up ol K«> | rr week from their arastra.
AND LIGI11 \\ E1GII1—Not hieing Weighted with Tan-
Democratic principle« and deaigu supporting
Lfioo acre- and is held ar
he is a candidate for re-election.
on Monday. March Ath, and should be well Company'«own putting up (buff wrapper,
rhe rock so tar l>:i« avergsed 412 per ton.
the Democratic nominee« at the approaching
and Grva-e, it \*ill not soil a Stocking and wcighl
elections, are cordially invited to participate in
Old papers, in quantities to suit, can be attended, as many matters of importance
Robinson Wright of ¿Kg Butte precinct
8 J. Heckel has sold his sa*-iui)l and
tine’« daj’ John B. Willinrr.y» w«»n the horse
the pn marie«.
Light for the Sul>stan<-e.
er way. Anything offered you not so put was in town yesterday.
will then come up.
bought cheap at the T imes office.
By order of the Democratic Co. Committee.
farm to Howard . t'ox A 8|>eer. They w ill
and John F. Howard the revolver.
H K. HANNA. Chairman.
AVe carry in custoni-imi'le u<n-k <>t the Highest Grade of this stock,
After diphtheria, scarlet fever, or pneu up is counterfeit. Refuse it.
Base-ball and spring fevers are the most
D. L. Hopkins ol Ashland has been in
Mr* Marv Miller of this place has been take (lossession the middle of Man i.
appointrd as D D G M of the Rebekah Sam. think« ol moving to the eoa«t soon.
The bouse and lot belonging to the Priest town during the week.
a hand welt (men’s) Ince -line. nuid< on the English Watikenphiut last,
X, .Srregrtisi r’or^orwriois.
decree of the l.O. O. F. for tin’s place
Michael Bicki-ub.K-'i of this place ha. j at
00, anil a Isu-e i-hoc made on the Harvard Box-Toe last, calf
Pure and fresh garden seeds of all kinds strength to the system and expel all poi estate, situated in the northeastern portion
O. E. Ruse of Applegate paid the coun
The bad treatment of the passengers by
J. S Morgan and wife of Gall’s creek sold out bis farm on Evans c <-ek to Mr.
son from the blood.
and sole> of < 0 imine English Sole Leather, at $7 00.
the railroad employes in the late slides and
llnoo.and will piobably remove to Medford. Howard of Medford. Michael thinks of Both are in seven different in-twidths to each size. For 25cts.
A full list of real-estate transactions in at guardian's «ale to-morrow (Saturday;
storms on the Siskiyou mountains, and
The 'Plaindealer" has hoisted the name
The report that Mrs <’. ('. Beekman of starting to California before long. Success ! additional they will lie x-nt charge», prepaid to any address by mail or
Jackson county during January, as record at the court-house door. It will make tlie Jacksonville on legal business.
the failure of the railroad authorities to of Binger Hermann for congress.
this place lost her b w >n and orange trees to him.
purchaser a comfortable home
provide ( inh I and convenience for those en
Sujierior potat.H-s and onions for sale at
\V. H. Barr and Postmaster Miller of during the recent <- >M weather is unfound
Ditlrent After Eating.
route over their line, and the advance in the 8. F. Variety Store. Jacksonville. •
The Souiiit rn Pacific has mad« an excess Mid lord were in town Yesterday.
The result of indigestion will no lunger
freight charges, already too high. will not
Dr. DeBar has purchased a large stock of be experienced if Simmons Liver Regulator
Attention i« called to tlie adveriisement baggage rate of 43 per 10O pounds on the
It is plated upon good authority that Dr
Mis.« Hortense Russell of Ashland 18 hoots and shoe* in Springfield. Mo . and
make as favorable an impress: ill in behalf
is taken after each me.d. It is such a go-»d
I of Gist Starrett, the well-known seedsman t'ahtoruia A Oregon road. The old excess
l.eni)>ert is in California, alive and well.
paying friends in Jacksonville a visit.
I will engage in that boniness \Ve wish him digester, and so mild and p!e:(«:»nt in its
of the new regime as was hopefully antic
l of Walla Wall i, W f His seeds arc first- rate «a« 4,>. but at the lime stage ci-nnei - ■
effect, that it i« used by many. afte.' a
ipated. The employes will take a walk,
Millrt see.l. fresh and clean, in quanti- »class in every particular.
lion had to be made between Ashland and"! W. H. Xvwtun and family of Sardii.«
«1» mstion !’h •
<’. B Lin 'Mr. an /‘Xpert t»v-< han*«* rind hearty me;»!, to ir.Mir »
creek spent a May in town last week.
aud pub.ic attenliou will be cal led to that ties Io suit, at theS F. Variety Store. •
Regulator d«»es t:o* n u-e»t* < r irritr.t» lb»
Supt. Jacobs, in the eilucationai depart
tact inorder, perhaps, to shield some «ulte
Prof. Merritt has sold his interest in the ment of the T ime «, makes a iiumber of
cess to him.
gases, allay« irritati.m, an 1 ..s-i-t* the
rior officer, equally guilty, »ays the Rose "Oregon Sentinel to Dr. Will Jackson
'1 be pipes which carry waler from the made Jacksonville a visit Wednesday
timely suggestions, which sh 'iil.l lie fol-
Emil lL*rl><‘. the enterpri.-ing vinevar<li<t. atom »• h in it« digestion.
burg ‘'Review.'' Il is plainly evident to
reservoir oil Jackson creek to tlie cisterns,
Col W. L. While of Oregon city, county i- bavin*/ «ever.il acre* <»f I i id near town I
Wm. Charley and Marl. Hurst of Butte lowed by those interested.
the liM».sthat the Southern Pacific R. R.
l iHind' r at Latt.
judge of Cia< kamas county, is iu town
cleared. which he w ill plant in vin-s and
creek have been in town during the week.
Louis Belflls has become a mi mber of the
The last fi'Hu ing of th* Louisiana 8fa‘e L»t’ejy
Co. will attempt to place the people of
have been bursted by the «pell of cold
A. B. btal has been taking a nuiubci of
Im« rendered at least one Ban Franciuean happy,
Oregon as completely under their domi Chris. Ulrich lias been at Sterlingville Jacksonville string band. He is an expe weather during January. K H Moore orders for A. Schilling A Co this weRc.
Lola <» Connor, who ap|»eared here sev and
he is Williara L»*«lie, <»f Palmer A Key’s type
eral years ago, when a child, is making foundry. No 4417 KanftomeBt.. who reHid< » with
nation as those of California are. Before assisting Tf.os. H. Gilson in his saw-mill. rienced and first-class violinist and will ha« been engaged in repairing them most
prove a valuable addition.
hit* family at 2505 < aliforuia Street. He had the
M E. Beatty aud Mr. Sears ot Folk
it is too late, we hope that our legislature Curt Millerol Gohl Hill and John W. Da
of the week
actress of consi 'erable ability.
good fortune to hold a one-tenth ticket in t|je
euunty spent Wednesday night in town.
Immigrants are l<eeqiniiig numerous
Second Capital Prize of ?50,0tH. hi« share being
will place such restrictions upon this arro vis ot Griffin creek were in town last week.
No other spring medicine ha« won for it
4i', the money being drawn tl rough the ag«*»-
again, now that tlie weather is good and
J. A Chase of Tolo has been appunited ing on Rich Gulch. l»-»u_riit some fine spt-ei- $.'•
gant company and its confreres as will
• y of VV ♦ 111,. Far_'> .1 ' <> San fonn-.eco <;.!.
Some fruit trees have been shipped to traveling pleasant. Let them come—there self such universal confidence as Ayei's a notary public by Governor Tennoyer.
keep them within the bounds of reason.
Sarsaparilla. It is the most powerful com
whit Ii were. ‘■»•Id foi several do!l irs’each.
One thing that the different county asses •outhern California from this section is room for plenty of them
The r-‘o! i»rt \ve»n tiie count «-«eat and
sors should do at once is to raise tlie as I lately.
r. ■ - • • -r d'.rr.er
Everybody shouhl call and see that mag fered to the public, aid is acknowledged
M« dim'd i> i i r. im-‘ an ini pa «sab a- e<»mli
Mark Armstrong is engaged in serving nificent stock ot goods being displayed by by tlie medical profession to be the best nix made our town a call during the week tioii
sessment of railroad property at least 300
ami I biimi.i;'di-_rraro to a < tviiiz <1 prpsia, v.;2
\ r’j I
11. L. Ish and W. E. Wil«ciuson •»! Big I cmum'i*
per cent. The previous assessments have 1 sub|H>enas on witnesses in the Hamlin Newman Fisher. Great bargains in every blood purifier.
;t\ h ^.’i >u’ I be ’.vHI grade 1 al They are a p
' ) cur j f .-1. -pensla, In-
Butte precinct were here a few days sin« <• once.
been ridiculously low—many times lower 1 case.
: y r. 1 < uu: : ¿.ation.
line are being offered there
N. H Sj-cncer, who purchased ibe Palm
'I he ?dvdford ' Transcript, whirl» should We guarantee theta. £ 5 r.r.l CO cents.
than those made by counties in California
J. A. Cha«e has invested in some land
The Democrats of Jacks in county will er farm on Griffin creek last fall.has cleared
have n ached J r kMinvillo last ru<*8<1ay.
upon similar properly.
inearTolo station, which he will plant in hold two conventions one to send dele nearly ten acres of land and planted it in pects to be ill his office by the 1st of March. has not arriv/d a> yet an<| it i- n'p»»rted
that the publtcatioti <»l »he pap< r hi»« been
gate« to the «late convention and the other trees,of which tw.-'h'rds are winter apples
NEW THIS WEEK.
Noah Allen nnd John Hollon of Wajtuel di>< or.rinucd
jinuHul r.rCH AfecfieH.
Gardening has commenced and garden to nominate county officers.
Nvlicc is, hereby given that the annual
sass will I h > in the market before many
- making a numlrt*r of improvements ami
11. Mensorof Woodville. Or . will pay horticulturists which s.-irhern Oregon! I uid.iy.
town election tor the town uf Jacksonville,
wt.l Jlien ii$ve u very neat nluce of l>«»i
the highest price for deerskins and furs of stands in need ol.
i Wm. ikber receiitiy returned ¡ruiu his tie-«
Uri-g'tn, will be heal at the Town Hall in
In th« matter of the estate of J. W Collin*, de
This is the last chance candidate; for all kinds. If you have any to sell, call and
Hon t . H Watroi. of Astoria, deliver ! I springs on Evans creek muca improved in I stork of goo«L
said town on Tuesday, th« 6th day of
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN TH \T THE
ed a iiios interealing iectura on “Crater health.
March, A. D. 1888, for the purpose of elect town officers have to announce their see me. I mean what I say.
Li underMgned has been appointed by th** coun
court of Jackson county. Oregon, sitting in
ing five trustees, one marshal, one re claims.
Everybody shou'd consider tiie best in Lake and its surroundings,” before the Jus. Robison, one ot the leading farmers i photographer i.s fjrsi-cL»-«. ami he receives ty
Prof>ate. executor of the estate of J . VV. Collins,
Build good roads to the main line of the terests of Jacksonville and vote for the Alpine club, at Portland. Friday «veiling of Wagner creek, called at the T im xs office the exclusive patronage of Ashland or»'! deoeaaed.
corder, one treasurer and one street com
persons indebted to said e^ta’e are request
missioner; also to vote for or against the : railroa l and our ira te will increase per ro3d proposition. Nothing is needed more Those who have beard the lecture pro Wednesday.
gon He employs the b«-st and most pop ed All
to nettle the «an»e immediately, and those hav
nounce it a graphic and valuable desscrip-
ular metho is. his work being after the ing claims against the eMate will present them to
following resolution, to-wit: W hkkeas , ceptibly.
than a good road to the railroad.
Baird s celebrated minstrel troupe pass (latest styles, am! guarante/ s togive satis me in Jacksonville, Jackeon county, Oregon,
tion of the lake.
the interests ol the property-holders of the I Jos. T. Delk, the Lake creek merchant,
The town election takes place one week
with the proper vouchers attached, within six
ed through the valley last week, en route faction. Give him a trial.
town of Jacksonville will be enhanced by ; brought a load of produce to town one day from next Tuesday Three candidates for
months from the first publication of this notice.
having a first-class road or roads built to j this week.
town marshal are in the field and the con- call at the Excelsior livery stable in Jack J. F. Ragsdale and wife wilt soon make a
Dated February 24. 1S88.
lira ad flaflt».
sonville I'lj inale's prices are quite rea
some point on the O. ,k C. K. R . there Goods sold chea|>er than ever at the Post test promisees to be I**
i wo large and magnificent oil paintings,
fore be it resolved that a tax of J6nu0 be tiffice Store. Woodville. Call and see for
in tine gilt frames, valued at $30. ami an
Rev. J. W. Miller will hold servic s in faction You will also do well to patron- atives resides.
elegant music box. playing four of the
levtest tor that purpose, ami this reso 1 yourselves.
A< KLS in lots to auit porcba—r»- in the city of A«ld»nd ate ofirred for -ale at fair |»rt<w ar.d
the Freshytei ian church next Sunday at 11 iz ■ hi« stage line running between this
latent operas ami c<»ting |2n. will be raf
C W. Curnelius
lution l>e submitted at the next annual
on hh «> term«.
■ Vote for goo I roads to the railroad, a. o'clock «. m . Rev. Robt. Ennis, tlie pas I place ami Medford.
A< KES in fire, ten and twenty acre tract*. adjoining and near Ashland. lb* beet quality
the forepart of the week, but has since re- sonville on St F«n trick’» Day.
election to the voters of said town. The
1' H JU <»f fruit land*. and most dneirablr Mtuati»»n«, ar»- now often d for «ale at r hi* office
Fruit and farming lands in tract* of from 4U to lit’ acre«, near AMiland. and along the lino of ttea
polls at this election will open at 10 o'clock j they would help our town amusingly
highest throw with the dire gets the pic Grown from acclimated stocks on
Many of the farmers in the southern end turned home
railroad, can be purchased at thi* office.
The brick foundation of tlicM. E church of the valley complain that a large amount
a. m ami will remain open until 3 o'clock | every way.
F A. Kennedy of l’hoenix passed tures and the lowest tin w the music box
A BpUndid Stock Ranch of SOou arrt* in Jarksuncounty and one of 4'<W*arrearn Klamath county
Harper's publications are the best. Sub building is about completed. The structure of the fall «own giain was Killed during through Jacks >11 Ville Wednesday, on liis Tickets, »lily || each, i’on’r fail to I uy
for «ale at a bargain at thi« office.
y. M. By- order of tlie board of trustees.
rot«*>nab!e comnn*«Mion will I m * rh«rg’*d in all <•«*»••« for bnyin* or aellinir roal-eetate in
scriptions taken at the T imes office at re adj soon be thoroughly renovated and will January, and it will lie necessary to do the way to Applegate
J. H- Hl rraa. Recorder
It yxiur merchant does not keep j Jackson ami Joeephine ar <1 Klamath countTitl«*« will I»« car»»fullr inrort¡gated; abatracta fur-
then present a neat appearance.
Pn ff/if/Hi It May ( •tarf-ra.
conveyancing dona; loanw of nionay -‘-cured for the borrower or found for the lender on the
Jacksonville, Feb. 28. I*f8.
work over again. This will prove a great
them, send for catalogue. Address niahed;
J. T. Hover, one of Ashland's leading
mt*t reasonable terms.
The undesigned hereby notify all tbOtfe
always I m * prepared to give a"j information desired concerning the n**ed*. resource« ard
A Tlraaant Deration.
teachers, attended the party here last indebted to them to come forward and set-
prost-enty of Ashland and Southarn < >rego... *nd will take pleasure in showing the property ws < ffer
best street commissioners the town has I loss This has seldom, if ever. liapi>ened
The residence of Maj. Sterling Neil was
Je on or before Feb. 15. lsss, cither by cash
ever had. is a candidate for re-election and before.
the scene of a delightful select party last Wednesday.
HELM. Real Estate Agents.
Dr Aiken has been appointcsl chemical or note. We mean
a* we have
WALLA WALLA. W. T.
will probably have no opposition
Friday evening. Ibe occasion was a re
assistant l-> tlie London Woman's Hospital if1»' for what is coming to us.
The fall-sown grain isgrowing finely in lhe lieeii«e for seiiing liquor there to »COO
caption given by the Major, complinicn!ary a neat, new fence. Others should emulate
at 1. rido i. England.
K i \< \tb A Kirin v.
moat portions of the valley. Excepting in per annum,which will act as vii t ri! prolii-
Io bi« relatives. Mr. Gw »rge Neil,of Oregon, his example.
Central Foint. Jan. 19. 1NSS.
kre.i A Auteiirietn, a prominent young
and Mis» Nen. »4 < uvr Spring«, Georgia
Better than many lett -rs to your friends the southern portion of the valley, not ' bition. We learn that all the saloons have I man ol Yreka, Cal., was in Ja. ks-nividr
permit« to «ell liquor until Jan. 1. 188!».
The ladiei uf the hou«e received their | elsewhere: A copy of the I'tMEs sent regu- much a :« killed by th* col I weather
Wholesale and Kutail Dealers iu
Tlie sale of the Dowell property. which ■ which wil’ give the pe.;ple an opportunity yesterday on husine.-s.
gur-'ts in their characteristic hospitable i larly. Try it.
- io elect a c >uncil that will ell iiige this rate. < Win. L. Bilger, representing ihonipson,
manner. The first part uf the evening was . J. H. Oriflis of Gold Hill has comnienc- was advertised to come off last Saturday,
For City Marshal.
spent in spirited t unversation. About 11 I ed work on the new building for the M. E was post|>oiied until to-morrow There
Articles of im-orp ration have been filed ' D.-Hart A Co. ot Portland, is in the valley
he sub 8 i nmnt hesi ’ i < tfullt
o'clock supper waa anuuunced, and was I Church, South.
in the oitii e of the Secretary of State by looking after business
were several bidders on hand, however
no'mcvK that l.e will be h candidate for re.
Apiary and Poultry Supplies. Ek.
such a one as to make the guests linger
the Ashland Hotel f'o . of Ashland; incor
W. P. Jacoby, 'Squire Stuart, W. B.
election to t‘ie «»tticeof eny marshal, «object to
long at the table, .and the many pleasures 1 J. H. Berry of Big Butte precinct made of real-estate and legal blanks for sale at porators. Fordyce Roper. H. B t'arter, Shepherd and John Halls of Gol-I Hill paid the (incision of the voter« of Jacksonville at the
\s l.tr. Ir.i5 who ’.«re tv-»*d if and »roved ita vir.
ensuing town election.
I). L. (’UKT1S.
h - tr« I ?« .-t c|i««*fully t-etify. It ia free fr«»®
of the table and of the evening will live lung ■ us a call a few days ago He reports stock theTiMKs office at Portland prices Give i Jacob Thcmpson. Asbury C. Helm, G. F. us a visit a tew days since.
; li fielet-nous or p» « o ' h » uh drug*, and ia by far
I Billings, J. M McCall, W. H. Atkinson
in the memory of those present The host
For Town Marshal.
Judge Webster, who I.as been in the
Southern < Ircgon does not need a" boom." us a call, if you need anything in the blank and Janie« C Tolman ; capital stock. »25.- Eastern States for nearly three months, is
and hostess were complimented many
Bend for our Catalogue
ill. UNDERSIGNED ANNOUNCES THAT
The Cleanest and Most Popular Dressing
time* on the success of the entertainment,
he is a candidate for Marshal at the ensuing
The board of trustees held a meeting last
expected home in a few days.
town election, and reap ctfnlly aol-cita the -nl-
and good-byes were said most reluctantly nomeim! liars.
1 Monday evening, but, besides ordering the
Silas Dildlne of East Portland is making freer» of the people of the town of Jacksonville.
n«»w ujhiu the market.
Notice for Publication
at the parting - Fort Valley (Ga.) Enter I Work on the new Ashland hotel will question of levy ing a tax of IflOOO for road i everywhere, and with but little demon-
It in a #ure care for al I ecalp humors and will
remove anti prevent dandruft; aleo. if tout hair
prise, Feb. Uth.
Land Ofiice at KosebarR.Or.. i
soon be commenced. It will be a very fine. purposes submitted to the people, transact
i# fallini; out. or han become hare h and dry. it will
in Jacksonville Wednesday.
check ii and render it «oft and <lo««y. Try it. It
\rOTI( F. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI THE
ed no business.
,Vevr Lightning Erprrtt Train.
, thing to ' the father of his country." Here
G«o, M. Boman, the Seattle capitalist,
Manufactured «nd sold by
folh.wing-nam«d wttier 1
filed notice <»f
hu undersigne > \ nnoi n < ek him . !.i« ir.toxition
Newman Fisher has one of the most the flag« were hoisted ami a grand hall who is investing’ in southern Oregon prop
As soon as the road through tlie moun Oats and barley for sale at reason able
t:> make final proof in support of
Midfasa candidate f<»r city marshal, ai.d so
tains in Siskiyou county is in a suitable
licit« the HufTrntfcs of the voter«of Jacksonrj'le.
took place in the evening in honor of the erty, returned home last week.
: the Judge or (’lorK of tin« Count} « «»nrt of Jack
SF.HASI IAN K< HLMPF
chandise in southern tjreg-ni. an I every event.
condition for trains to pass in safety at a the T ime » office.
I non county, Oregon, at Jacksonville, Or . on
SN'I LL. HM8T8HU A WOODARD,
, Fn<l«-i). April 6. 18-s. viz: Mot roe H Gordon, pre
high rate uf speed, a new lightning express i The approaching June election causes body acknowledges that lie cannot ne un
The part) given at the U. S. flail in this tended trip through tlie .'outhern States,
General Agent., Portland, Or.
emption l> H No. 5208. for S E
of N \V *<, b W
by druggist, generally.
will be put on the California Jt Oregon. No i unwonted cordiality on the part of numer- dersold.
placecn tlie eveningot Washington's birth will return home in a short time.
definite time arrangement has been nnvir j ous candidates
T RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCED!YSELF AS
The 8 lutliern Oregon Fruit Growers' day was ot.e of the pleasantest that has
tn prove hi» eon'muoue residence ui»»n. »nd < ill-
We received a pleasaut call from Supt. 1 a CHiuiiilalo for fhootliep of Street t otnmi— Itivatioo
fur the train, but it will probably leave San
of, seat land, viz
Uriah Gordon, Jemee
Jacksonville badly needs good roads lead- Association will meet in Jacksonville to. ever taken place there. The best of music
aiouer at the town election, wbrnli will I* held on
L. Gordon, and Blinn C. Goddard of )• tn». Jack
Francisco at 7 a. w. This will car y mail.«,a« i ing to the railroad. Therefore build them, morrow. We hope to «ec a full attendance, was furpislied by the Jacksonville String Gamble and M. A ttrentano of the Wag March 0.188ft.
J. 8. MfLI.KB’
ton county. Or , and William W.W.llitkot Dee- J. B. WUISLKÏ.
well as passengers. Its advent will not in I and at once, too.
as this society can do much good for this Kami ami the «upper was excellent. Eveiy- ner creek mines a few days since.
I kins. Jaakson coun'y.Or
Opp. Odd Fellow»’ Building,
Ed. Brehera and J. D. Scharf!' of Port
MA II II I E D.
terfere with the running of the aecomnoo
body present thoroughly enjoyed them-
J C Wbipp is quarrying stone with section.
land, well-known commercial travelers,
dation tram now on the line. As the train
I. W. Berry, deputy warden of the Ore selves.
which to construct a fine erping around
REDDING-M< MAHON in this city. Feb. 19th.
Administratrix's Sale of
have been interviewing our merchants
wilt pass larger towns along the route in
by Rev Father Leonard, Wm Iteddingaud Mrs.
tlie Ish burial lot.
the daytime, it is believed that passenger
in this valley will be grape growing. The
Mrs. R, M. McDonough ol Willow
business will be considerably increased, I We never saw more delightful weather in been subpoena'd as a witness in the Ham fruit grows well, matures evenly, is free Springs precinct paid her parents (Mr. and COX—GREGORY—At the bride’« parent« in In the County Court of the State of Oregon for
HIS WELL-KNOWN HOUSE. UNDER THE
Point precinct. Feb 14th, by Ker. Mar
n«*w management, will be conducted on th«
people being dissatisfied with the present | Oregon than we have been enjoying dur lin case.
from diseases and bears heavy crops. The Mrs. Wm. Kahler) a visit one day this Central
be«» and numt popular plan«, no pain« bafag
arrangement by which trains pass their ing the past ten days.
t<» giv»* general satisfaction. It contains
Jacksonville is bound to become a great
TN PVR8VANCE OF AN ORDER OF THE
comfortable sleeping aikartments supplied with
Regular services will be held during the
stations at night
1 County Court, made the 2d day of January,
wine-producing center, as a large number them a very profitable crop. No better in
single end double beds, miking it a desirable
TN ORDER TO MEET THE GROWING DE
Lenten season at the Cutholic church by
can be made than in planting a
bok . v .
1888, the undersigned, administratrix ot the es JL
maud for real-estate property we have opened place for the entertainment of both travelers and
ASUI iw rfc« Toil».
of vineyards are being set in and about the vestment
turned from Gold Hill and will resume
tate of W. H. Simeon. decMswi. will offer for
an office in the
Judge Toohy of San Francisco has ren Rev. Father Leonard.
place, says a correspondent of the "Orcgo-
ATTEBERKY-On Formt creek. Feb. 14th. to
Jos McVey of the Corners has presented work on their quartz ledge
dered a decision overruling the demurrers 1 Some of the ladies of Jacksonville already gonian."
day of March. IS8S,
Mr. mid Mrs. John F. Atteborry. « son.
to the Indictments against the Pilcher- have their gardensill tine shape and sever
Will always tie supplied with the beet the market
at 1 o’clock P. M. at the court-house door io Jack
H. W. Hoagland of Central Point pre to the board of supervisors of Del Norte
Hon. E. B. McElroy. State Superintend-
I afiords, served in a s'} ie that will please the meet
sonville, Oregon, the following described real
Neustadt-Hamberg gang ot half-interest . al flowers are in bloom.
cinct has sold 24 acres of land to W H.. county .Cal.,a petition praying that a bridge ent, will soon visit the leading schools of Mrs. J. W. Abbott, a daughter.
—On Wsgner cre<4t. Jan 25tb. to
swindlers and confidence men. They will | It is understood that a sixieen-stall round Norcross, a new comer, for $1000. The lie built ac-oss Niui'li river. It was signed southern Oregm. He will spend a day in ROBISON
¿7”Rates reasonable and satisfaction guaran
and Mrs. Boid Rooison. » <iauahter.
For auch bauineau.
now have to stand trial for fleecing F M house will be built at Ashland, the same sale was effected through the agency of A.
ULRICH-In Medford. Feb. 15th. to Mr
J. J. STRAIT. Prop.
We are riho agent« for the W > »dbtira N'uraery,
Valley and many residents of Crescent the Jacksonville scliooi.
Wm. Ulrich, a son.
Parker out of his entire fortune, amount- | size as that at Dunsmuir.
KOBE» LA HERBY.
Marion county, Oregon. All order« in that line
Administratrix of the estate of W. H. Bimpsoiw promptly atteuded to.
DR. J. HINKLE.
Ing to »11.000. Parker, who in defanlt of I Vegetables and flower seeds, onion sets,
Mrs. Kosella Berry, administratrix of the favorably on it.
at the county-seat last Tuesday, They re-
»2500 bonds to appear as a witness against millet seed, etc., fresh and pure, for sale estate of W. H. Simpson, deceased, an-
Dated Feb 24th. 1*88
Mr. Backus,agent for J. H Seltleineier's 'port much of the grain in the upper end of
the trio, was routined for two weeks in the at the 8. F. Variety Store.
nounces in another column that she will well-known nursery of Woodburn. Marion the valley as being frozen out.
county jail, ai’|>eared in the |>olice court
We must have a wagon road to the rail sell certain real property belonging thereto county, received a full carload of choice
We received a pl4asa?it call from Jacob
W. A. OWEN.
on an application to have his bail reduced road, if we wish to maintain the commer on March 24tli.
<i. W. COOKSEY
fruit trees a few days since, which he has Maegly of Wyandbtti,. Kansas, father of
to »500. which the court allowed, and Par cial importance of our town
J. C Wliipphas put up several piece.« of I been distributing in diflerent localities. our fellow townsman; A. H. .Maogly, who
ker was discharged from custody upon fur
Notes, receipts, due-bills, orders ami fine marblework in the Jacksonville eeme Alm >st tOb.tltW trees from this nursery have is paying this eoMHtqiHte visits
I AM PF.KMONS.ELY ACQUAINTED WITH
nisbing them, ft is to be hoped that the
1 many of the m<«*t <tasi ruble farina in Jarkaon
| checks, in books, in quantities to suit, for tery lately, including a handsome monu been sold in Jackson county during the
swindlers will be severely dealt with
Lee Campbell,formed y of Etljefle city,
and J«H*ephine c<»untieu My medical practice
I sale cheap at the T imes office.
require# m»* to ride throodi a circuit of from one
is one of the neWfastai cierks on the 0. A
, and 1 will I m * plenat«! to carry with
TKe Coming C om a try.
Two young men of Canyonville, named
Don't fail to see that handsome assort-
my own team and without rbarf» all who wiab
Mrs. Kate Clarke of Glendale keeps one Parsley and Edward Bealman, got into a C. R K. He is well ^tfaiified, and we
There is no place in aoutbern Oregon I ment of stylish hats which has been re-
to pnr*-ha*e land. An> paruun wiahiiqr a fruit or
H*rrienltural farm, or any i«erwn haring a farm
of the best hotels in southern Oregon, and quarrel over some trivial matter, when glad to bear of his appointment.
that offers better inducement» to horticul | ceived at the S. F. Variety Store
#ale. will do well to call at my <»ffice and ar
is doing a good business. She furnishes Bealman drew a large pocket-knife and
J A. Cardwell, who lias been in
turists aud vineyardists than the foothills
range with me
My cltarce# wilt I h * moderate.
Farmers have been very busy during the
Offirv ht < entral Point. Jarkron county. Or
in the vicinity of Jacksonville. As grape Hast ten days, and a vast amount of grain ; the best of meals and lodgings and gives stabbed Parsley under the right shoulder Willamette for »everal months past,
J. HINKLE. M D
blade, penetrating through the cavity of returned home. He has »old quite» num
lands they have no equal in the whole | has been sowed during that time.
The grand raflle for the pair of elegant the chest, making a serious if not fatal
Stale, and are also peculiarly adapted to
V. Cook, one of the proprietor» of the
fruit culture. Uonsiderable clearing is now j i Talent is moving ahead rapidly and paintipg* ami a fine mnsic box,announced wound. The culprit escaped.
Have opened an office fin Gie transaction of a
¡¡j j , promises to be a lively town. Mai y im- to take place at the S F. Variety Store in I
being done in that neighborhood,and
During the last four month« of 1887, over
general rwal-oHtale basine«», and ere now prepar
not "be Very long beforo thia secti.-n will be , provements are being made there.
ed to famish bargain» in all kinds vf property,
Jacksonville, loi. been postponed until 425.'«») worth of fruit was purchased and the sterling mine«, arrive 1 from Portland
have el ready a large list of dewirable real-ee.
The hers are lining good work again and March 17th, St. Patrick's Day
a vast orchard and vineyard. We sin-
shipped from this county. Thia is the be Wednesday, a .<1 will remain a few days.
For 1««* I t letter than pvimt . ar.d should
tate in onr hand», winch is constantly Items in-
of every |ternon cwttmplr.ting buying
ca;ely hop« that thoia who own large I the price of eggs has tumbled. They are
Engel Bros, ol l’hoenix. the popular ginning Fruit-rai« ng is yet iu its infancy
I' E. Hagglumi, th; expert tsHor, who
ter- TI hi »« in quest of good investment» will
PLANTS “BULB8. ^5
bodies of land weal of this town will sell quoted at 12', cents a dozen at present.
mere'.ant.«, keep s large and lir«t class With proper care in pa< king and marking has been a resident of this place for nearly
thousand« or Tllustration«, and nearly 150 pages, teilinf do well to give n» a call. COOKSEY A OWEN
PI8TOLH AND OTHER FIREARMS
what to buy. and where to get it, nnd naming loweat
them in small parcels, anil Ilina lay the
Fresh orange«, lemons, tigs, dates, can stock of general m< rchandise and sell at the demand will keep far in advance of the two years, left us this week. He went to
in the beat «tylaand new r»n«i mad«
Central Point. De<- 1.18*7.
price« for honeM rood«. Price, of GUIDE only 10 rent»,
foundation for a large and prosperous dies and nuts -the nicest in the market— the very lowest rates. They have one of supply. Buy a farm and plant an orchard Ashland, with the intention of going to
to order 8**wtu<-machin«Mi also repaired and
including a Certificate good for 10 cent« worth of hoetU.
put in tir*t-ci«M*H <»rd*»r
and you can become wealthy.
the largest «tores ill souljiern Oregon.
at tlieS F. Variety Store, Jacksonville
Portland at once.
Pricoa to «uit t he t imev and «at i«faction guaraD-
K or hr «ter, N. Y.
The carpenters at work for the 8 I’. R.
All subscribers to the T imks who pay
Southern Oregon will lie a good place for
Ex Governor Chadwick, Mickey Fnller-
«y* Give m“ a trial.
The planet Venus, which 1» now near its a fruit-canning establishment, since it is R. Co. iu the biskiyous are expected to be their arrearages will be presented with a lon of Canyonvilla and Mr. McKenzie of
moved down to Ashland some time during year's subscription to the "Farm and the Gardiner Saw Mill Co., paid Jackson
greatest elongation from the sun, shines to be such a great fruit-grow ing section
In the County Court of the Stat»» «»f Oregon, for
March to work on tlie new eating-house, Fireside," a first-class journal for the farm ville a visit last Tuesday They have been
E. J. BOWEN,
brightly every morning in the southeast
One of the younger children of W. J.
the County of Jauk «on.
stockraiser and household, published semi making a brief tour of inspection.
for two or three hours before sunrise It Gregory of Central Point precinct is quite etc., to be built there by the company.
Clutf. Nickell, Plaintiff, vm . James Obenchain,
Th I* powder nev w varies. A marvel of purity.
and vrholcaomcncM. More economical
is well worth getting up to look at. but ill with diphtheria, we are sorry to learn.
As a toilet article. Ayer's Hair Vigor monthly at Springfield, Ohio; also Doctor
Chas. Slade, who was Injured by the .'itrcngth
To J a me* Obenchain, tin» above-named defend
than the ordinary 1 ¡nds.nnd cannot bn «old in com
some people, at once ignorant and senti
breaking down of a stage near the Shovel
petition with the multitude of low test, short
Many of the districts n#ed new school stands unrivaled. It cleanses the scalp standard authority on the subject
mental. rush into print with crude prat
creek school-house, has been taken to Y re-
and removes dandruff, cures itching hu
since 1866, patroni red from
houses, and they should be built during
L aju : P owma Co». IOC
the complaint of the almve plaintiff in the above
tionu of the Northwest, endoned by
One of tlie tiest managed establishments ka. Cal., for treatment, fie is comfortably
tle about its being tiie "Star of Bethlehem.''
mors, restores the original color to faded
Jggs. even if a tax must be levied therefor.
entitled Court, now on til»* with the Clerk of
buiincsi men and leading educators.
in southern Oregon is the Union livery- situated at the residence of bi» aunt, Mr».
or gray hair, and promotes its growth
The like brilliant phenomenon may lie
wud Court, within *en day« from the date of the
THE HOST PSmCTLT Mjl lPFED SCHOOL
A few copies of the American Settlers’
serve« of thiw sum mon« npon you. if nerved in
witnessed regularly at intervals of between
(irass is growing finely in the bills and i stable ol Jacksonville Here may always Win. McConnell.
I Its da«« on the Coast, it offers private or class
• Jackeon county, Oregon; but if served in any
eight and nine month«, although the longer
day and evening throughout the year, it
on the ranges in southern Oregon and af
Manager Koehler of the O. AC. R. R.
twenty day« from the <lnte of the t*ervire of this ee Alfa!!a. Onion Set». «♦»•.. etc . in ail varotic« Ar.’hmctic. Writing, Correspondence, Book-¥«epmt
night hours near tlie winter solstice favor matters, may be found at tlie T imes office. fords excellent feed for tl# numerous herds all kinds nnd the fastest and safest teams • Co. met A. N. Towne, general manager of
E »king.Shorthand Type-writing, Busine«« and Leg«
j Aummon« upon you; or if nerved on yon out of and lot* to suit.
Lirgest and rno*t complete »tuck m the Nurtlu I r is and all Co • mun School Branche». Studenti
the observer more than the early dawns ot I Supt. Brandt and other officials of the of stock, which have wintered very well, in The proprietor. W. G. Kenney, spares no the S. P. R. R. Co.,at Ashland one day this
the State of Oregon, or bjr publication, then by
ci ail apes and I th sexe» admitted at «ay «itne»
. the first day of the term of Court following «uch
pains togive his customers their money's ' week, and they left for Portland the same
i O. & C. R. R. Co. went to Ashland one fact better than for several years past.
/ m»tronj ¿dWraco.
the summer time.
— - - —. —t» r»jrrietor^b
49 Randolph St.,Chk»TX *'<*T this paper on file I service, viz: the 2»1 day of April. 1888. And you Merclutnt«. fanner« and gardner« are requeued CaulogSHree?*
worth ami succeed« well in giving satisfac j evening. The whole overland railroad nnd
day this week, returning to Portland at
to write for prices.
I'or Sale Cheap.
j system will soon be operated by the South- amice contracts with
LOTS FOB SAXE.
wi 1 take judgment against yon, w* follow« : On
On« spall of young horse«, well broke; ! The regular quarterly examination of up- ed in Ashland, and the schools still stand
Hon J H. Stewart of Eden precinct, i ern Pacific folks.
may be tntmd oa first caia*o of action for $2W.with intereat thereon
HIRER HAS A NUMBER Of
one new Bain wagon, 3\x 10 inch; one set I plicants foi teachers' certificates will be I adjourned. There are also three cases of who also owns a piece of land near Med I
from the 24th day of April. 1887. at 10 per cent,
tile at Gao. P.
cl.oic- lot» ia tlie flouriaLina town of
new harness. Must be sold this month. j held next Wednesday, the last day of Feb scarlet fever, but. fortunately, no deaths ford. has just finished planting 65 acres of i
Kowr.Lt, A Col per annum, andon second cmite of action for |16.
with interest from the 28th dav of January. 1887.
Notice For Settlement.
have occurred there for the past few weeks. it in choice truit trees. He leads all other
1 toireth^r with his cost« and diabaraemente.
T. J. K e »'* et , Harness Shop.
Published in th« D emocxatic T imes for six
horticulturists in southern Oregon, having thousands Buffering from Abtluaa, Con
F its : AU tits shipped free by Dr Kline's
i oonaecutiv»-week«, by an order of Hon. E De- A ll those indebted to r. j . g < x > d .
I Great Nerve Restorer No tits after first themselves and their every interest if they nearly 200 acres in trees, all of which will sumption, Coughs, vtc. Did yon ever try
| Peatt, Judge of tlie County Court, made Februa
with meat one. art harebeen appointed awixnee . Here i» a faxorahle opportunity to ineeet ines-
ry IS. 1888.
do not vol« "yea" on the proposition to be bearing by 1892. It can truly be said Acker's Englitdi Remedy? It is the best
on file In Philadelphia
rnoet make immédiat»
I cell.-nt town property and "crow up with g»
I Given under my hand this 13th day of Februa- and
A light buckboard, for one horse, will 'day’s ue. Marvelous cures. Treatise
♦he Newspaper Adver
■IAE MORTON. Aw .n-
B. A. GODFRIY
that Mr. Stewart 1« an energetic and pro
j ry, 1888.
P.P TR|g, Att y fot Pl'ff.
Ina Aeepry of Mettra
be sold cheap. Apply to C. B. Hostel, Iaivl two trial bottles free to tit cases. Send
Bonanza K'amathooaaty. Or . Jan.118. K-. lstd. I llouanaa. June 1*. *88?
to Dr. Kline, 031 Arch street, Philadelphia. class toad from this placj to the railroad. gressive fanner anJ fruit-iaiser.
H EU K AND TH EHE.
Tins Lealligr is mannfactared h? a Process similar to that tiy whicii the Patent
Kids known as Do isola are made. The Points Claimed for it are these:
Protzman & DeFrance,
ROPER, GALEY It HELM,
SEEDS, SEEDS, SEEDS II
IS THE “BOSS ! ”
img, CASE & CO., Corrallu, Or.
For «Street ^ommissioter.
ASHLAND HOUSE I
WRISLEY & MILLER
Forty Years io Oregcn.
Main St., Ashland, Or
Town of Medford. Jackson
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Central Point, Or.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
SEEDS ! !
LORD & THOMAS,««•«.'Si
Bonanza, Klamath County, O ,