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JOSEPHINE t’Ol’NTY ITEMS.
if he jbriiiofwtii tfintfs.
Tbe following proceedings have taken
H II. Wolters and J. C. Corum spent
pl ice in the circuit ccttrt for this county, at
Our miner» ar? getting ready for winter.
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spent yesterday at the county-seat.
Much fmtf!» bc!n~ shipped from th!» coun ths September term, since ths T imes went
to pres« last week ;
Col. Johnson is improving his property
OFFICIAL HHI FOO J * CM SOM Cu UMTV
Slat» vs. James D. flynon. Plea of guilty
Dr. Fbin-.gaa and wife are visiting in San i and sentenced to IS months in tbe peniten at Medford, at d it will soon present a nice
...3Ek’lEMlfff& 12. D^>- I p.atru mn r i. %r\rd was in Jackson county , tiary.
Ulate rs. M. A. Maffone and F.. A. Lowe; tn
Dr. J . H Waite is now a resident of Gold
this wetk on busincM.
i dlctment fur obstructing tbe free psaaege of
Hid, b tving purchased Dr. McCoy'« drug
A new turouble labelngerected for the rail- ! Bate In ths channel of an approach to a flab
A TiiaoLOdiCAL department will prob
way. Plea of guilty entered and Maffone fined store and practice.
road cvm[mu) at Grant'» Paas.
< >75 and costa, and Lowe $60 and costa.
ably be connected with the XViilaaiette
Kress A Fischer hnve completed the
State rs. B. B. Penta; Indictment for at
John C. More of Row? k More the saw-mill
university in a short time, tire recent
tempts* to extort money, etc., by threatl. painting of the new M E. church building
Portland conference having rocommeud- flrm, visited in Ashland last week.
Trial b y jury and verdict of acquittal.
and did good work.
MI nm Myra Wheeler has re-opened her kin
Blate vs. Morris Bayle; larceny In » store
ed such a
Francis Fitch spent several davs at Jack- :
dergarten school at Grant*» Paas.
building. Ptea uf guilty entered and drfood
ant sentenced to It months In tbe penitentiary. sonviile during tbe week, having business 1
Tne railroad commiasiuners have lasen
Win. Baik r of Grant*» Paas visited hia sis
Fred O’Bryant vs. Wui. O. Kenney; to recov in the circuit court.
in a«>»»ion at Salem. They managed to ter, Mrs. Tuoa. Lynch, in Ashland, last week.
er money. Dismissed at plaintiff’s costs.
A. Weidner vs. Mike Foreman ; for posses
Round trip tickets from Medford to
attend to ttreir correspondence ; but no
Th? •‘Courier** office is now comfortably io- sion
personal property. Demurrer to com Central Point will be on sale for only 20
perceptible public good was «lerived lruiu cnt»-d in Layton X Co. » brick building, up plaint of overruled.
the meetuq; —
Ell Dahack vs. Daniel Wilson; appeal from cents daring fair week.
The county com mi»« I oners’ court waa in ses Justice’s court. Trial by Jury and verdict for
Judge Crawford has sol-1 hia remaining
E. s » txbn diepatclies rep Tt Hon. S. S. sion Inal week and transacted considerable plaintiff.
A. A. Bashor vs. Jas. G. Birdsey; to recover lots in this place to Wm. L'lrich, thelive
C'ux lying' at the point oi death with
agent, for $195.
money. Demurrer to oomplaint overruled.
Tho lumber market is not as goott as it was,
pneilmoioa at hie home in New York
State vs. Max Jacoby: indictment for buy
Messrs. We-t'ake, Anglt, Barr, Fanning
an<l some of the saw-mills have shut down un ing deer bides. Plea of guilt, and defendant
city. Liie country can iliv afford tu til it improves.
an1 other residents ot this place visiied
fined $£> and costs.
lone ao valuable and able a»tate»inan.
State vs. saute; buying an elk bide. Dis Jacksonville during tbe forepart of tbe
Adjutant-General Sherman of the O. A, K..
of Sal m, la ab >ut to establish a post of the or
Tux first steamer on the Coquille river der at Krrbyvtile.
C. C. Beckman va, Janies Hamlin; motion
for leave to issue execution. Trial by Jury
8. P. Bennett accidently cut himself In
reached Myrtle Fo'.ut on Tuesuay of last
Doug. Holton, formerly of thia county, is before J udge K S. Bean of tbe 3d Judicial dis
week. There was much enliiusiasqt and conducting a imloon at Mount Idaho, I. T.. and trict, and verdict for plaintiff. Judgment tbe face with a knite while engaged in
■narking a hog last Monday, but fortu
riven for $ll.s00. for wblcb Have ia given to nately not seriously.
a large public banqnet was given iu hou- doing a good bueinesN.
have execution issue. Defendant given 0#
or of the event. Tue guverument work
Frank Jordan, who now represents the Earl days tn wbicb to tile bill of exceptions.
The Medford public schools opened on
made this ugvi^ation^jiosainle.
Fruit Co. of California, is engaged in buying
tfcotl Ortffin vs. F. C. Whiting; to recover
fruit in southern Oregon.
money. Judgment for plaintiff by default for Monday of last week wiih an enrollment of
over 160 pupils. Prof. Crawford, lately
Tux Portland World favors Sylves
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jennings have returned
Jacoby Bron, va, Catharine.Ralls; to recover from tbe east, Is principal.
ter Frnnoyer lor a renominatiou for gov tr> Ju»« phin? county from Jacksonville, where money.
Default and judgment for plaintiffs
happy event Uxk place.
ernor, an<i W. H. Bigg» of Wasco
Tbe Monarch saloon at Medford, under
fol $31» M. interest and coals.
John Balls; to recover money, tbe management of H. H. Woltore. is prov
county for member of congress on the
W. E. Dean 1» building a neat residence on
a popular resort. Tbe beat of every
lleiuocratic ticket next year. It would
Everitt*» gallery in Grant*» Paas.
Interest and Costs.
thing in tuet line is kept there.
be a strong team, as both gentlemen a.e
C. Mingus, H. E. Drum. S. M Nealoa and
Pete Windom of Grant’« Paas warns the pub Geo. Hoffman were excused from further at.
representative of the industrial intelli
lic that he will not be liable for any debts con tt udance aa Jurors.
gence of Oregon, if we may so term it, tracted by his wife, who has left him.
rear Cottage Grove, Lane county, and will
A special veotre for nine men wait summoned soon lake < barge th« reof. He will take hie
aH uppc-»<*d to tli-- cor|-orations and cap
M- aars. L»*e an»! Shattuck are still shipping by the ah'riff and returned.as follows: W. F tine draft ataliiou, "Jayk Hampson,” with,
italists wliu are bow .u dominant in the inflow by the carload to the markets, north Miller, Jss. Cronmulllcr, Ms Carr. Kelley
of un . This brings thousands of dollars here. Fields. -Tse. McDonough Er.nr DeKoboam. J. him.
management of the K -publican party.
H. Lewis, A. Z. S*wrs and John Bollinger.
Allen Bish, lately of Ashland, is now a
Angle A Piyiuale vs. J. U. Gi iffin ; to recover resident
John Jtviach <nd wif? of California were at
of this precinct, and is budding a
A rsDiBxT.oN a' Kepublican clubs in
residence for Mr. Woody, lately from
J. E. Bailey vs, Cbaa. Bailey: to recover per
thi ir »on Albert, who died about a ruotrth
Baltimore, representing twenty-threo as of
Iowa, who purchased a portion of bis
sociations, last week adopted resolutions
Chas, h Klum vs. Levi Morri*; to recover brother's farm in Eden precinct.
Th? Grant’s Paa» onunefl has passed as ordi money. Dismissed.
pledging themselves not to support any nance
forbidding boysand men from jumping
C. Kane vs. C. O Rippey aud Frank Amyi
8. 8. Tentx, Esq., who was indicted by
one who ia in favor of “the present Odi on >r cl tue moving cars within the city to E.
recover money. Motion to strike out part the grand jury last week for extortion, was
ous civil service or its application in the imits.
of answer sustained. On trial by Jury as we honorably and promptly scquitlgd by th»
distribution of public pati unage, wl.ero-
Much satisfaction ia expressed by the Meth- go to pi see.
J.x. Robinson vs. Geo. H. Lynch; suit tn jurv empaneled to try the case. He is tbe
by the majority of appointments are odi!»t denomination over the return of Kev, T. eqluty
fcr an injunction. Default entered recipient of the c- ngratuiations of hf»
awarded to young ineu fresh from schools next churcjx year.
against defendant and judgment for plaintiff, many friend«, who believe that he has not
defendant from appropriating wa been trusted justly by some of the authori
and colleges, while the active, intelli
Grant’s Paa» nublic schools opened last week ters of Wagner creek above land of plaintiff. ties.
gent, educated and deserving men of withan
enrollment of about 240 pupil» and a
our own party are barred out on account full corps of five teacbera, under the »uperin-
H. H. Wolters, the mlxotogtst, has re
CENTRAL POINT POLSTERS.
opened the saloon formerly kept by A.H.
of age, or have failed to answer foolish tendeney of Prof. H. L. Benson.
Carlson, thoroughly refitting it and mak
questions out pertinent to tue service ’u
Dr. J. H. Bennett was called to Michigan last
Ex-Gov, Chadwick writes that be will at ing many improvements. He has supplied
w» i k by a telegram from hi» wife, but an
which they are seeking employment.”
nounce! his int« ntlon of returning to Grant’s tend the fair at Cdifral Point.
the bar with the finest wines, liquors and
Pass a« soon aacircumstances will permit.
Governor Pennoyer will tie al tha district cigars, and a tine billiard table can also be
H on . E B. M c E lbot v . rites enthusi
found there. Give him a call for he will
The hop harvest is now in full blast and a fair. He will be warmly welcomed.
astically of the reception accorded the large
treat yon wall.
force of men and women are engaged in
All the members of the southern Oregon
Oregon exhibit at the G. A. K. encamp picking th? hop». The yield is good, though
state board of agriculture will be at the
ment at Milwaukee, and especially of not ou large as on some previous occasions.
ADVICE TO ffOTHEBtt.
the interest it excited among intending
Rev. E. McLean, of Medford, assisted at the fair.
Mrs. Winslew’s Soothing Syrup, for chil
emigrants. The free distribution of
There is no truth iu the report that U. C. dren teething, is the prescription of one of
at Grant » Pas» last Sunday, when his brother,
our fruits at the headquarters of the Bev. Li. McLean, was installed as pastor there. Lewis has purchased Mrs. Gatos' residence the byst female nurses and physicians in
Oregon delegation enabled al) who were
the United states, and has been used for
W T. S. Patton, living on Rogue river, near
so inclined to test tha qnal.tr of the pro Grant*»
The railroad company is now engsgei in forty yeoya with never-failing success by
Pas», has been under treatment by Dr.
ductions, as well as toadmire their beau Songer of Ashiaud during the week, having bunding stockyards at this place, which is millions of mothers for th»»ir chi’dren. Dur
ing the process of teeth’ng iu value pi in
ty of form and coloring. The g.-neral been prostrated with malarial fever aggravat auiuething that was needed badly.
ed by liver troubles.
calculable. It relieves the child Iron) pain,
exhibit will be displayed at the Sioux city
Mrs Ed. Caton will occupy the newstore- cures dysentery .nd diarrboex, griping in
J. T. Layton A Co.*» fine brick building at
corn palace exposition, and Jrotn there
Grant*» Pam has been completed and a huge room ot Dr. lliux'e n a-hurt time, with the bowels, and wind-colic. By giving
will be taken to Chicago, where a por shark of hardware, tinware, etc., is being a choice stock of mi liuery- ami fancy goods. health to the child it rests the mother.
tion of it will be placed in rooms in the displayed there. It ia the largest and best
Price 25c. a buttle.
Go to Dr. Hinkle's drug store for school
structure in the county.
board of trade building.
bovks of every description. Readers and
Jonathan Bourne, well-known in this sec
recently inherited a large fortune
through the death of his father in the east
and has gone back to claim it. He will con
tinue to make his home in Portland.
Work is progressing nicely upou the different
buildings in course of construction at Grant’s
Paas. More building has be *n done at our
county-seat than in any other town in the val
ley this year, which is indeed a record to be
proud or. It will not be very long before we
can boast of th? largest town in southern
A n exhibition carload of Oregon’s pro tion.
ducts is making the rounds of the east
ern fairs in cumpaiiv with a similar ex
hibit fioin Kansas. Both are viewed by
hundreds of thousands of |>eople,and the
unanimous verdict it that Oregon com
pletely eclipses the grasshopper state.
Eastern farmers are amazed at our cere
al productions, especially at the b.ight-
nesa of our wheat, barley and oat straw,
and thousands are directing their en
KLAMATH COUNTY ITEMS.
deavors towards securing homes by the
sundown sea before they are ad taken.
Gen. Reames of Jacksonville visited
Such exhibits do a woild of good, in ad couuty last week.
vertising the resources of our state.
Sheriff Childers has returned from his
arithmetics exchan/« l for the new series
free until October 1.18119.
There was a narrow es-upe front a contta-
grati n u-ar he-e a few days ago. sparks
from Cox'“ thresher selling a birge straw
stack afire Fdrtunat Iv there was plenty
of be p at band.
With great public spirit the executive
committee of lb» d-atri t board bare pre
par« d a large number of seats for distribu
tion through mt the exhibition grounds at
The favorab'e impression rri duced on
Tire indomitable pluck an I grit of the
far westerner was fittingly illustrated at
Linkville last Friday morning, when the
citizens, although worn out with fighting
tire, and ready to drop with fatigue,
formed in ranks and paraded through
the streets singing, "The Fire Bella are
Kinging." and "Kise up.William Kiley."
In the efft te east such a calamity Wou.d
have prostrated the community, and in
place of merry making the lea-ling citi
zens would have le-en drafting petitions
lor subscriptions for the fire sufferers
and shedding tears over their misior-
tunes. Fire is a terrible thing, »nd lire ex
tent of the misfortune to Linkville is u<>t
even yet fullv apprec-'ated by h-rcitizens I
but the fact that they aie julslant in th.-ir
trouble and hopelul in the midst of af
fliction but proves them invulnerable to
disaster, and warrants the assumption
that they will scon regain tbe:; rommrr-
cial importance and rebuild their town.
Tur. Republicans of Washington on
the 6th instant nominated the following
ticket at the Walla Walla convention:
For congrespn'an, John 1.. W-lson ; gov
ernor, E. P. Ferry; lieiitenunt-governcr,
Charles E l-augi-ton , secretary of »täte,
Allen Weir; lor etale treasur-«, A. A.
Lmdsley; auditor,T. M. Keen ;aitmney-
general, W. €. Jones; auperinteniier.t of
public instruction, K. V. Bryan: land
commissioner, William T Forrest. Tire
nominees on the ticket will doubtless
find it neeepvary to n»e every expedient
to heat the Democratic ticket nominated
at Ellensburg on tho 'Jth.as follows; For
congressman, G. C. Griffillui; governor,
Eugene Semple; lieutenant-governor, I„
H. Platter; secretary ch a-ate, W. 11.
Whittleaey ; treasurer, M. Kaufman, of
Pierce; auditor, J. M. Murphy, of
Thurston, attorney-general, II. J. Univ-
Bly ; aui'p-in’enrient cf public inMruuio«.
J. H. Morgan; commiaa-oner of public
lands, M. Z. Good eil; supreme jibig<- ,
W. 11. White, B. L. Sharp»tein, Jolm P.
Judaou, Frack Ganahl, J,
the first appearance of t'.e iigrcenble liquid
i biinty road p-tici.moi un m J .... i>u r« u-iF fril't rem»dy Syrup of Figs a few years ago
1 r..-.sRnes are cured by
son. ft iii. KvportNof viewers an<l surveyor has b»en more than c nfiriued by the pleas
• j persevering use of Ayer'g
ant experience of ail who have ii»«<i it, and
read and r«>»<i ordered opened.
Monthly Hospital report ot J. M. Latland the suece'S of the proprietors and manu
tiled and appruVvU.
facturers of the Cal. FigNyrup Company.
Petition of Barlow A Stunrt for liquor
■ 'i s medicine is an Alterative, and
iic ?ns. . Granted and license ordered to issue
S i rmlieal change in tha system.
for six months from the 7th dsry of August.
Settle Up Notice.
pr." < ss. in some cases, may not bs
H «Hiic nation of G. T. H crab brrjrer as road su-
r> . 0 rapid as in others ; but. with
pcrvitaor of district No. 6 accepted, and BfnJ. either by note or b-e>k account are hereby
,-tiiue, the result 1» certain.
not-fled to call an-1 settle for-hwiih.as I am
Beuil appointed to till the unexpired term.
County r<»iu! petitioned for by J. R Toser, st closing out ruy business and must have
I i'i. .e testimonials : —
al. M. L. McCail appointed aurvevor and C. F. money.
. ' .r two years I suffered from a sa-
Blake. Arthur Hunt and Wm. Neil viewers, to
b'.n in mv right aide, and hmf
meet at R. P. Nell's on Sept. 27th and qualify.
*i.>iil>les caused by a torpid liver
Koud petitioned for by J. G. Briscoe, et ai. J.
A Narrow Bseape
I; :.|>epsia. After giving several
S. Howari appointed surveyor and Jasper
*' For want of a nail, a shoe was osl; for
Rodgers, C. H. Pickens and Thus. Curry view
a fair trial without a cure, I
ers, to met! and qualify at the western start want of a shoe, a horse was tost; for want
-.i to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I
ing point of the road on the 30th day of Sep of a horse, a rider was lost.” Never neg.ect
eutlv lienetited by the first bottls,
tember. The same viewers were appointed to small things. The first signs of pneumo
ii-i i.rki ig five bottles I wu com-
view the road petitioned for by Wm. M nia and consumption can "positively” be
cured." — John W. Bensou, 70
Holme«, »t ai., to meet and view the same on checked by Dr. Acsrr’s English Remedy
. renee st., Ixrwell, Mus.
the following day.
Iu tne mattfr of the petition of Elixa J.
.»I May a large carbuncle broke out
H<»ovt r, for means to transport her husband's Brooks.
t arm. The usual remedies had ne
remains to Wisconsin. Denied.
i and I was confined to my bed for
David Alien wan appointeti Justice of the
weeks. A friend induced ma to try
peace for W ulow H; iin<a pncinct.
r’s Sarsaparilla. Lajs th»n thyee
Order’<! ti»Ht K in par Kuhll, Jr., and Evan
heah-d the sore. In all my eC0^
R< aines b< appointed to NclioiarNUips iu tbe
univt rsity of Oregon.
• iee with medicine, I never saw more
Ordered that copies of notic«*» published by
order uf the hoard shall hereafter accompany
May X, 1888.
bills for publishing same.
•her marked effect of the use ot thie
Ordered that Owen Kurgan be appointed
My mare caught
janitor at a salary of $1 per day, and that h?
ne was the strengthening of my
eold; mult; swelled
s.e« p within tbecourt-house lot.
— Mrs. Carrie Adams, Holly
limbs; lump between
fore leg« and Inflam
" I had a dry scaly humor for years,
mation. Cured her
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
and suffered terribly ; and.as tny broth
with St. Jamba OIL
er and sister were similarly afflicted, I
L O. GARDNER.
Th? following deeds have been filed for re
pr -sum« rhe malady is hereditary. I as I
cord in th« office *»f the county clerk since the
■r.r. Dr. Tyron, (of Fernandioa,
last report of th« T imes :
reeoinmendeal me to take Ayer1»
J hn May to N. A. Jacob»; ICO acre» in twp.
..iparilia, and continue it for a year.
40 S., R. 4 E. «
rar ion. $800.
For lice months I took it daily. I nave
Oi o. Brown to R H Brown; intercstinprop-
My borie wai hurt
< l: ,.| a blemish u|s>n mv body for the
• rty in tw| . y.S , R. 1 E $25.
on hind lev : Buffered
G. W. Isance, » t a!., to Nelson Hosmer; 5
Im -e months. —T. E. Wiley, 14$
10 month*: wu cured by St Jacoba Oil; cur»
aer«-s I” twp. 37 S., R. 4 W. $18 75.
C!u:..ii>crs st.. New York City.
G. W. >ivpi»«r.M>n l«» Fir-t Presbyterian
ÀM remained permanent
W. J. CLXbK
Last fall and wiuter I wm troubled
church of Athland; «luitcialm to lutin Ash
v. ith a dull, heavy pain in my side. I
not notice it much at first, but it
H. E. Slocum toC. E. Nlningrr, lots3. 4 and
JOS. CAIRN 6IMPSON, Ehq, Bse. Tacit«
5 in h k N. K. H add. to Ashland. $1700.
gradually grew worse until it became
C. E. Nining«*r to H. E. rtiocunu lots 11 and’2
n-umst unbearable. During the latter
and 15 feet off east » nd of lot 13 In b'k D, R. R.
femi'lar with tha remarkable effleacy of 8«.
I irt of this time, disorders of tho stom-
add. to Ashland. >3100.
Jacoba Oil, I eheerfollv and heartily Indane
a h and liver increased mv troublee. I
Eher Em* ry t ' L uid<T Nell; quitclaim to
began taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and,
loi «L block 3, Ashland.
after faithfully continuing the use of
J. w. Kinipson, et al., tu I. A. Webb; 1.62
medicine for some months, tha pain
acres in twp. 37
R. 2 W. $ n 0.
Hon. ODEN BOWIE. Ex-Governor of Mary
Same to Sarah F. Sly; 1 «i2 acr«*s in «acne twy^
di»iipp.-ared and I waa completely
Stat« of Oregon tu G. L Savage; 61.15 acr«.T land. Jockey Club. Preet, City Paas. Railway
cure-l."—Mrs. Augusta A. Furbush,
in see. lv. twp 30 S.. R. 2 W. $76.44.
Co., says: "In my family and my atabiael
Stat« «»f < 'r. g h . to ( has. W. Kahler; 80 acres
have need St Jacobs Oil with satisfhetary
It Ü E. $100
J «im RnJley t* M’clnri ('uinmiugs; 320 acri»
resuits, and believe It the beet remedy for tha
intwp JMS., R 2 W.
painfol allmenta of man and beast."
James M. Mansfield, et al., to Moses Mans
fi« l«l- «juiUUlin to 200 acre» in »ec. 7, twp. 3»
A Co., Lowell,
R. 1 I..
Ar DacGGirrs and D kalxxs .
Price $1; six bottles, $6, fl'crtk $6 e bottle.
amo» Willits tn James H Barnum; ’ot in
& J E. $1000.
the chmlu a. w«mi cd , mrbwb , *4
I'ltnCHl BCUUUl UUUUUlgB, UI lUtiUllU »a »-»a»
A /T A T
CIURACTER, INTO- TZD
GENCE, STRENGTH. IN
FACTS i FIGURES
5. ; ;^“-“"^
To develope these three is tbe true aim to a great school. Life is <*arne»t, and whoever hopes to reach the highest success “uj'kave fij*t
th? soli«! foundation of a true manly or womanly character, baaed upon the love of truth, honor and uprightness; next, inteliigence, to com
prehend the gr‘*at and important facts of life, w’ith their reiationshii* to one another, and last but not least, strength of body to enable mm to
bear his work lightly and well. Th«* t€*t of a school*» work is the success of its students. Every county in the state can bear testimony to th
influihee of the Norina). Both graduat«*» and students are doing honest, effective work in the public schools and in almost cyeryaepartaaeni
of business. Twenty-eight counties sent student« last year and in a graduating class of thirty-seven members fourteen counties w« re r p
rented. Honest aud earnest effort ia th«? secret of success.
. .. . ______ ___ Afz—<1*9101
Preparatory. Normal, Normal Advanced and Bu Alness Courts. Thorough work andjight expense«. A y wfor $1 4).w.
term of ten weeks
at Normal dining
II.50 per wo
Room. 50c to $1 per we-
families, with light and tire, from $2.50 to-
ftl.50 per week.
Ask your county superintendent about
REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENCY.
Notan Public and Conveyancer.
Jackson County Securities Bought
ÇONÇNMN T-NO QNN OF THE
Farms, Village Lets, Improved
and Unimproved fcr
Sale or Rent.
TOWNS ON THE
HAVE FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING DE-
One hundred «ud Mxty acre* of No. 1 ebuirr,
level land, over one-half enclosed with a tub-
»tautiaJ ivnee; one of tbe very beet fruit anti
vegetable ranch«« in the county; rich, enndv
loam, watered by Applegate creeJt; iiupruved
with a good dwelllng-huu»«.* with tUx room», a
f ood log barn, granaricv and other uutbuild-
ng»; two hundred beariug fruit tree», atworted
varieties, mostly fall and winter apples, plenty
of email fruit«. n««r a good achoul. m < xm ! out
side range for »took; government title. Price,
S50U0; half ca»b, balance in one and two y«*un*.
deferred payments to be secured by a mort
gage on tne premia««.
Has been platted and thrown upon the market in lots ranging in size from two to eight acres, at prices
varying from $18.00 to $40.00 per acre—figures which barely cover the original cost of the property and
expense of surveying This property was purchased and subdivided,
NOT FOR THE PURPOSE OF GAIN,
grant’s Paas, the Trade Cen
ter of the Largest and Rich-
eat Gold Producing Region
in the United States.
but to induce a desirable class of immigration to settle in what is acknowledged to be the most desirable
fruit section in Southern Oregon. The lund is deep, rich soil, a Inrge portion of it being sub-irrigated by
drainage from the mountain and is covered with a tlu'ifty growth of pine, laurel and manzantia brush, the
value of which for firewood will more than pay the cost or clearing the land, as wood is worth $3.00 per
cord on the ground. The entire tract lies directly in the
of Jackson county There has never been a season when orchards un adjoining land have failed to pro
duce a good LTop. It is one of tjic few sections in the county where the paper-shell almond will produce
E very Y ear . The certainty of an annual crop will make this land infinitely more valuable in the near
future of fruit-growing than those sections subject to killing spring frosts.
It is All in the Thermal Belt,
and will produce every variety of semi-tropical fruits in tho highest jierfection. Intending settlers should
inspect this property closely before investing elsewhere, as evety lot will have a permanent and intrinsic
value for fruit-growing, regardless of surroundings. The property is al!
WITHIN ONE MILE OF THE COUNTY COURT-HOUSE,
Situated at a m<—t picturesque and coiu.
uundlng point In tbe famous Hogue Hirer
Valley, three hundred mile, south of Port-
tond^ls tbe phenomenal city ot GRANTS
Tbe town la six years old, han a population
of over 2,000, and is growing faster than any
town In th. State.
It bas twenty large saw-mills In operation
within a radius of twenty mile., and ship,
more lumber and manufactured woodwork
than any town In Oregon, except Portland.
It has two sash and door factories, employ
ing over 160 meu.
A $30,000 brick opera bouse In course of con
struction, beside» aeyeral other brick struct
ures under way.
Hu ten general merchandise stores, doing
Money to Loan.
an aggregate cub business <>f fol.OUU per day.
Receive» and sblpe through Wells, Fargo A
Arthur Conklin, the real-esiate agent o.
Grant’s Pass, bas money to I -an on imf Company end other sources over $3UU,000
of gold dust snnually.
proved real-e.-tate in snms of fOO ami up worth
Hu dally stage communication with Cres
wards. for six per cent, intere-t and taxes. cent city sad other coast points, and Is .Hust
Give him a call.
ed at a point on tbe main line or the Oregon
A California Railroad where a division ot ter
ritory takes place between Portland and San
She Is “Graceful."
Francisco, thus affording
The district fair will be very well attend
ed and doubtless will prove much of a suc
cess in every particular
Those tn charge
are sparing neither pains nor expense tu
please all who attend. It will be of
to Portland and Jackson county.
T hat the fruit interest» of Oregon are
Jas. Vance of Yreka passed through Link- tuueb benefit to our people iu mmv Ways.
of no little importance in our alate*, wel vil!«’ lai*t Friday on his return trip from Laks
Messrs. Harris, Duke, Ga l«g!i-r and the
fare none will dispute. That they are county.
two Heryford Bros, each purcbase«l a f ur.
The insurance Oiljusters have been busy at bo-ae w.igonload ot supplies for tbeir
growing daily with an aluaoet incredible
Linkvilh* for aevt»ral days and inmrt losses ranches at Hoose take,wlvle in Central
rapidity ia especially evident to him that will
be paid in full.
Point Thursday. The Location of our town
find» tirue to etudy the subject in south
The public schools at Linkville opened on insuTrs a large proportion ol the trade cf
ern Oregon. The stir and hustle seer, the
2d mat., with Prof. Eckert as principal Kl truaih county in the future.
“I saved thp life of mv little girl by a
there during thia season of the year and Miss Stella Moore- aa assistant/
would make the head of the average
Two carloads of race-bories passed down prompt useoi Dr Acker's English Remedy
The losses by the Linkville Are, as tul-
Consumption.”—Mrs. Wm. V. Harri
Willamette valley fruit-grower swim; egraphed to th«’ pr»*M and given elsewhere, the ruad 'rum the Montana meetings last for
For sale bv E. C. Brooks.
week, to participate in the fall race« son
that ia, providing be should presume to ar«- exaggerated in moat iaatanc»*».
Kail Linkvilh* had such protection from fir? throughout California. In a tew years we
keep the same pace there that he is ac
it couid well afford, the greater portion of venture the prediction that the Ontrai
customed to while at home. That south a-»
iu buNiuess houses would uot now be in ashes. Po-nt track will be on the regal ir circuit,
ern Oregon has an uni 'd wealth in her
Reain»»«, Martin A Co. and several of Link- attd will receive a fair share nt the patron-
fruit interests none w.ll deny; yet there vill?*»
other busln« as men who lust heavily by age ot racing men.
is no especial advantage in her soil, her the late Arc will resume business at an early
climate, her position ; it lies at present date.
A Wonderfol Country.
Dr. H A. Wright of Linkville has^a fast
in her enterprise, her industry and her
of the county, a | ioneer
roadster who may represent Klamath county
new blood.— Portland Hural Spirit.
of tne “ixtiee, was in the T ime » office a few
at Central Point at the coming fair.
days sm. e ami »rated that tlie eliruste amt
Ream*'», Marlin Jc C j .’ h 5000-poun 1 fireproof productiveness of this country are a con
Ex GovtkNOH E. F. F xrry , of Scuttle, safe
fail<sl tu stand th«? tire, but, fortunately,
tinual source of «orprise to him. but tint
tire man whom the Republicans have aii valuable papers had been removed.
nete' until this year was he able Io realize
nominated for governor ol the new a'ato
Gen. John F. Miller will I. are next woek for how incomparably super or it is to the far
uf Washington, ia one uf the G.ant ap Jaek*on county to attend the district fair at east, »here a three-mouth drought means
pointees. in the h tlcyon bo-xlle day- ; Central Point as one of th«* board of directors. a famine. Here we have had more then
and during tire tight years which he oc
The lat«* fire materially deer ease* 1 the supply four month» of a genuine drought, preced
cupied th« territorial guvemor«h'j» he «>f flour, grain and hay in th»* county, a>» niucn ed by an <BMptioually dry winter, and yet
of tin st articles had already been stored for theyield iu many grain ft.Ids has been
succeedeti in bnihl ng up a select sue.a1 winter use.
phenomenal, wht'e the sheltering moun
anstocriscv in tire territory, whicn waa
The •’Star” also went up in the smek? last
largely responsible for bi* defeat at the Friday, an 1 Klamath county is without a tains have kept (Lg stb-irri^aiion of the
Is in reserve to insure as fine a crop
primariea cf King county by John R. newspaper. W«- hope that tbe proprietors will foot-l.i
of fruit as is usual ir. th" fruit belt
Kinoear, a man uf ttie people. Ferry’s Had uo tr Hioie iu starting up soon.
As an instance oi the wonder.ul manner in
influence in the convention on’ai-le hia ! Everybody
sy-.njmtLix«*» with the sufferer? «In. li the boul ter beds and gravelly bi nch-
own county euabied him to defeat Kin- ! h) j the hit« ir at Linkville, and tncre is a gen- e» hold ni nature, this gentleman stated
rrnl ht pe
build up that he had this jrear set <-ut a small or
, that th« county-seat
---- ----- will
near for the nomination. The Deasoc.a- handn.iiiit r and mor« substantia! than ever.
cy think that they have a chance to civet i Our c< >>nty ha* finally had its first baptism chard on a rough hillside, so apparently
their c.indiilate. though tliere ia a big I of tire, and it w1h b« a lung time before Lick- dry and sterile that he expected ev. ry fee
would die when ihe drougut came • n. The
majority against them in the territory. i vid«* and tho»« of its citizens whoso property digging
of i very hole neces-itate l the re
-iis dr. troyed wiil recover from its effects.
moval of at least a bu-h> 1 of boulders when
lion. G. W. Smith and wife had Just depart- the ire’s w. re set. and there th» tree« stand
A t x meeting of the executive com-
f«>r St. L«> u I n fora month's visit the Monday now as green anil tnritty aa th >ugli w»ek
r i-iee of the »luthern l»regon Mule i »«I
t.rec. hng th« ttn by which the Juuip lost ao
board of Bericuitare. iu*l i a tew days l ncavi'v, an<l tn lrtirt intimation or the loss lv «h iw. r» h id p.-ovailel all summer.
Many such eas-s might be citid, a> d we
since, it was ileci.k<t to reduce the price was obtained at ilelrtin, Montana.
of tueii’s i>ea*on tickets to the district ZH. J. <'hrDtnian, the Bonanza blacksmith, learn that 1 s<es uf newly-set trees will be
fair (rum |2()0 tu fl 5l> fur the four days. ' K.i'IUo!, SUoemiik« r, governra«*nt timber land very light this reason
msp« ctor, w< i tl’.r pttMH-ng»*rs held up by th?
It is nut the <>t-j -ct < f the t»>ard tu make , Ftixgi
r< bi r In^t wr« k. Bill Fee says be dis-
money out of lire fair, but tu eu manage < i»vered thz.L h • h i lift lost as much »Lage rob-
Th* folic» inp is th? ?e<i pr<>k*raiDii.e of
; b. r as h« ¿aouglil be had.
its finances as to insure a successful
thf uuLri’ t fair to be held ar Central Pvint,
bibition an<l at the »anie time consult
Oregon, beginning jd Mt.ndsy, »September
the best interests of the fruit grower,
Count) Commiaaionen* Proceeding».
23. D4*9. »nd r n’lnuinir five »«ays;
Tho Chief Rswasw for tbs gTMt IW-
stock-grower and general agriculturist
The following proceeding a were had at th? ^First Day—Monday. No. I. Pony rar? of
yard», single dash, limited to poid?» nut to test of Hood's Sarsaparilla Is found la the
iu- Ung -f t I p u » ht <! <tf c.»unty c »inuiiRMiitniTN,
bv inducing all to attend wh., < a:, a, t>r
article Itself. It Is merit that wins, and the
-nl ava l Hi- -el-
*-f tip- e ! /
»•-c<>n«I Day—Tuesday. No. 2. Running,
Pr< N"iit--J. K. N?il, caunly judge; Win. IUy
tact that Hood's Sarsaparilla actually ao-
ing intlu-uc-s of a gpnercI dii-ol»1
sinal«-dM»b, cm -balf mil»’. Purse, S«a
and <W. Taylor, c »ininitadon• th .
N-t. 3-Trotting, threc-minutc class, beat 2 ecznpllabss what Is claimed for It, is what
In th- matter of road petitioned for by N.H.
the resources of this aectii n of Oregon.
m J.; rep >rta of vtewen* and apurai»»- InX Pur»« . flliS.
has given to this medicine a popularity and
The price of a<iiui<»ioii to the ra;' -t-.u-K rm of dainug* a r ad, and it was ordered that
Third Day-Wednesday. No. 4. Running,
sale greater than that of any other sanapfr
wiil remain ax it was, 25 r-nts.
r-»a l be opt oed upon payment to Auguat Wulf mile and r« prat. Purs«-.$125.
No. 5—Trotting, 2:45 class, mile heats, best 2
of 4'4) tlamugeR.
I t is gradually dawning n,,on the pub vt al.; Ja«e M< l>>>ugail,iien Kayin*»nd and R. F,
Fourth Day—Thursday. No. 6. Trotting,
lic that tjoveii.or 1’,-nnuyer was right in Maury App- int<d appraiser* on »♦ tltions of best J in 5. eligible only to Htallloiui owned Rood's Sarsaparilla cures Scrofula, Salt
the view he took of the Inctlieieni-v of S. P. K It. Co. mid J. A. (ochran for damage», in the soutnern Oregon district; horse must Rheum and all Humors, Dyspepsia, Sick
in« ’ t at the More of
Magruder in Central be owned in th * district six iu -uttis before
Headache, Biliousness, overcomes That
Oregon's iailr -a-1 commission, and tliere t.»
P<mt on Friday. Sept. 2inh. to qualify.
eutry to th? nuc. and not tu bv over six
Tired Feeling, creates an Appetite, strength
is general regret felt that he hasn’t the
County road petitioned for by Thon. Martin, yrarN old. Purse, $125.
No. 7. Running, saddle-horse race; one ens the Nerves, builds up the Whole System,
power loremove the present incnnib nts ft al.; report* of appraiMcr» read, and road or
opened upon puyment to Tn<m. Lawton miIr. Purse, &31 25.
Hw4'< Ha raw pa ri Ila It sold by all drug-
as unceremoniously us be bonr.eed their dered
of 912 50 damage*.
Fifth Day—Friday. No. R. Trotting. fr<*e
predecessors under the -11 law. Their
Bid of W.c. Daley for $'.«oo for Elk creek for all; mile heats, beet 3 io 5. Purer, $187 50. gists. $1; tlx forts. Prepared by c. L Htod
S Co., Apothecaries, LowelL Mass.
No. »—Running, mile dash. Purse, M2 50.
¡towers seem to be limited to meeting bridge waa allowed; a’so lull of A. McNeal for
bridge aerow* Ant elope» creek, amounting to
All race» arc open to competition from the
and adjourning and drawing their saia- MSO.
entire ouant, except where otherwise noted.
ries.itt addition to signing personal trans
portation vouchers. If there ever was a
state that needed an effective railroad
coinmiiwion.acting under judicious laws,
that state is our own curisnation-rid-len
Oregon. There is work ahead tor the next
legislature, if it can see ns duty beyond
the fancied necessity of tiglit'ng an exec
utive that is struggling tu maintain the
rights of the people against the enci each-
ments of capital.___________
Now In process of erection, Isa handsome adiiltlifn to the
present school buildings, or modern architecture, ---
and • - cost
15 000 dollar». It will contain a fine chape! capable of seating » x hundred Mudenta, four Urge c U m room«, music rooms, etc. TheDuiiaing
■ $» a s»!l*tant1al »‘videnc. of tbe prosperity of the school, a» it was imp« rativ«»jy demanded by a large
•ivnta A lHr»c«’ gymnasium will also be fittad up, affording amp)? facilitiea.fur physical culture. The health of students U »“»ured hy every
«•pportunity «4 taking exercise, which tog« ther with the healthful location of the town of Monmouth, makes serious sicknens almost unknown,
fts town is fr«^ from saloons, offers anlendid business opportunifi«**, is surrounded by the richest farming Und in t• -trailer ana js nmom
denUnble place of residence. Visit Monmouth before selecting another location. For caulogue^containlng 1
\»re of the vuiwjngs
This remedy is becoming so well known
sud so nopulsr as io need i.o special men
Ail y bo bare used Electric B.tiers
sing the same song of praise.—A purer
medicine do. « not exist and it is guaran
teed to d> all that is claimed. Electric
Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver and
kidneys, will remove pimples, boils, salt
rheum an-l other affections caused by im
pure blood — Will drive malaria from the
system and prevent as well as eure ull ma
Isrisl fevers.—For cure of headache, con
stipation and indigestion try Electric Bit
iers—Entire satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded.—Price 50c. and $1 00 at
all drug stores.
and the Jacksonville Public Schools, which rank among the best in the state. The entire tract adjoin?
the corporate limits of Jacksonville. The branch line of railroad from the O. & C. to the county-seat will
undoubtedly be built soon.
Inferior fruit land is elsewhere selling for five times tbe figure at which these desirable lots are offered.
For fufther particulars apply to
A. 1». REUTER, Trustee, Jacksonville, Oregon
Conveyancing in all its Branches.
JWN PROPERTY. FARMS. VINEYARDS
and Mining Claim»bought and sold on com
INING PATENTS obtained at reasonable
rates and with dispatch.
nROMPT ATTENTION given to all business
1 connected witli the Land Offiy* .
Grant's P ush , in addition to having a large
and extremely fertile country at its back, is
surrounded by what will eventually prove to
be the largest aud the richest gold producing
nylon in the United States. There arc piacer
mines now in operation within forty uiilen of
the town yielding as high as $100.00) p«*r an
num each. There is one quartz mine (the Ex
chequer), within U miles of town, shipping
ora in carload lots to tbeSelby Smelting Works
of San Francisco, that goes from $100 to 17(10
per ton in gold and there ia little doubt but
what hundreds of other mint* in Josephine
county would prove equally as good if thor
oughly develobod. It has been estimated that
th«* placer gold output from Jackson and Jose
phine counties from 1R40 up to the present
time will foot up $30,000,000. Here tha ques
tion of determining the true value or th«*
county iu a mining r»«gion naturally arise*.
Did this enormous yield of coarse gold come
down from the clouds or did it come from tbe
mother lodes »till undisturbed in th? moun
tain ranges of southern Oregon? Judge for
yourself. City and suburban property iu th«'
town ot Grant’s pass is one to live hundred
Kr cent, cheaper thau it is tq any town of
;e population on the Pacific ooast. We can
sell you choice business lota, 50x100, on im
proved streets, ail level, aud within 300 feet of
a $30,000 brick opera house, for $200 each. We
can sell you nice residence lots, five bl«M?ks
I ruin the center uf the city, in th«* midst of
modern dwellings and handsome churches, all
level, clear«*d and on improved streets from
$<35 to $100 each. As a buyer, you would nat
urally ask, how can you afford to s«*ll at the»e
p.ices with a perfect tnie, if everything is as
represented? The answer is, w? are th?
TELE TIME TO BUY I !
LAND AT BEDROCK PRICES.
200 acres of unimproved land. 30 acre« or
which in prairie land and the balance good
timber land. All good fruit and grain land,
with two living spring» of water. Four mile»
NEXT THIRTY DAYS.
HARVEST TO QUICK BUYERS
An unusually cold Summer in Sacramento has left u» with a big sur
plus of light-weight goods. We make no practice of carrying goods
over seasons. < >rders by mail will be tilled at same prices as the
goods are retailed over the counters. Wo have thousands of interest
ing bargains, of which the following is but a fair sample:
Gent’ ‘ s Mohair Coats
and Vests reduced from
* 50 to o 95
Straw Hats, the June price divided by 2.
Balbriggan Undershirts reduced from
“ and drawee from
1 25 to
Night Shirts $1 quality now 63c, “
1 25 to
Fancy Calico Dress Shirts, regular price
Dress Good s regular qualities, reduced from
»’.titl’d»ent, lint you Hiunt order lively
Suuittier Millinery at half price. Lawns, Challis, White Goods,
t te., prices hacked ull to pieces.
Sateens, French, quality 35c now 25c; 25c now 16jc; 20c now 121c;
15c now 10c, etc.
All Silk Lace Mitts, regular price 25c now 11c, etc. etc.
THE NIMBLE NICKEL CATCHES THE BULKY DOLLAR
Unimproved; well wat Ad, and a tirst-clasw
place to make a good hoiuW
Unimproved, level, rich grass and fruit land;
running water; title, donation claim. A gr< ut
bargain; 7 miles east of Central Point.
4WI acres—200 ucres rich, level, bottom land,
clcarid; lOacTes fenced; small house and sta
ble; bearing orc bard of choice variety of ap
ples; 280 acres of yellow and sugar-pinc tim
ber; goo«l sit«* for saw-mill; good roads sum
mer and winter. Evans ervek run-» on east
bmindary of said land and can be utilized for
irrigation. Six miles from R. K. depot; one-
fourth uillc from school and postoffict*. j*i iv«.
<12 per acre.
1500 acres, unimproved; ail level, rich, bot
tom laud; well watered, plenty oi timber, land I
can be made tbe best dairy ranch in th«* state
of Oregon; 23 mil«* from A»uian<l. Price «6
per acre. Terms, halt cash ;n baud, balance
on easy terms.
177 acres; 00 acres fenc«d and in cultivation.
House, barn, orchard, uu adow, one-half mt« r-
est in water-ditch and water-right, and system
of irrigation by which 125 acres may b«- irri
gated. btrvatu of water running on north
boundary of th«* place. Teu miles from coun
ty seat, and one and a half miles from post-
office aud schoolhouse. Price. $38U0.
447 acre*, ali fenced and in cultivation. It is
situât« d in th»* It«-art of Rogue river valley.one
mile from Ueutrui Point d« put. Three com
fortable dweinugs and three burns are on this
tract, uiso an orchard ot a choice variety ol
And could sell at one-half these prict-s
The soil is free, rich, black loam, and
disposed, and make money,jusj i
<- Tacoma fruit.
will grow alfaila without irrigation, will be
icy sold busl-
Land Company did when th<
whole or subdivided into 3 farms of
nesa lots In the nourishing Beapo -rt of Tacoma 200, 197, a 270-acrv
There is no waste lund
$75 that are now worth
.000. We can on this tract, and tracts.
is without qu«*stion one of
sill three-fourths of our present poMeastons the best furuis in it Jac
oounty. For terms
at current prices and still make tbe
the remain sud prices call on or »son
address tne undt rsigned
ing fourth worth twice—voa.
tou times, as
much money as the whole originally was. at Medford, Uregou.
This Is the result of multiplied ownership, and
ICO acres; 100 acres fenced and in cultivation ;
we know it. W<- are satisfied that the lots we
are now selling for $200 with sell for $3000, and five acres in orchard : dwelling an>l barn and
possibly more, In lees than five years.but they good feuevs. A Urst-clasrf place. Nine miles
wouldn't do It If wo were to put a barb.-d wire trum railroad depot. Price, $3200; two-thirds
fence around the town and wait for that »tatr cash down ; balance on easy tenus.
of affairs. Great
210 acres adjoining th«« coqiorate limits of
tha thrifty and growing city of Mvdfurd, ail
fenced and in cultivation; a good dwelling-
house and a very large barn ; small orchard.
There is uo waste land on this place; the soil
is a rich, black iuam and tree, easy to culti
vate and very productive. Tins farm will be
subdivided Into 50-acre tracts, if desired.
Price, $50 per acre.
There Is a splendid opportunity in Grant'»
P ium for the eetabllalimeut uf a g-xxl bank, a
300 acre»—known as the Hock en jus or Col
brewery, a flouring mill, a foundry, a machine lins’ place, about three miles from Medford,
shop, a bakery,a restaurant, a tlrst-clase hotel on the Piawnix and Eagle Point road, contain
furniture factory, broom factory, tile and ing 140 acr«s of rich farming land, all uudvr
pressed brick factory, fruit osnnlng and oom- fence, with comfortable bouse and good barn,
inlsslon warehouse and innumerable other en new outhouses, well. etc. This place lie» well
terprises. There is not an Idle man ora vacant tu the sun, is well drained, and well adapted
bufidlng of any kind in the town, and we might for either fruit ur fanning land. Plenty of
say, by way or parentheela. that there are Sev timber tor all uses with place. It is situut«d
eral aalocm» In Grant ■ Pass taking In from within oue and tbree-fourths milesof Puwnix
t50 to $100 per day each tn cash. To manufac ranruad depot. Can easily bv mad«’ one of the
turers or others wishing- to engage In bust, be»t ranches on the east side of Bear creek.
ness, or to speculators desirous of securing a
large number of lota, wo can quote astonish Price, $3B 50 per •®n**yl
ingly low figures. Don't fool around with wild
100 acres: 100 fenced ; 45 in cultivation ; eight
cat fnveetments until thia opportunity la gone acres
young orchard of 300choice
and then “kick" yourself for not getting in, variety of of alfalfa;
fruit trees; small vineyard; good,
but buy at once and we will guarantee you
new dwelling-house, burn and outhouses;
running water through the farm; good out
range for stock. Thirteen miles from rairoad
deput. Price tor crop and farm $3000
On the Investment forth« next five years.
100 acres—100 fenced, 50 acri* in cultivation,
The history of Spokane Falls is going to be re meadow of alfalfa and timothy, good orchard,
peated In Grant's Paas In tbs next two years plenty uf iirst-classgardeu land, ah covered by
Just as sure as that time arrives. We are water from two irrigating ditch«*, two miles
ready to wager $1000, to be deposited In any from suw-mill, om mile from school-house,
bank tn the state, that lota we are now selling wiil make a first-class dairy ranch; fencing It's
for $2W will sell for >3000 Inside of five years. in splendid condition, buildings only iair, lum
For maps, prices and any other desired Infor ber cheap and handy; 15 milt* from railroad
mation. call on or address
depot. Price, $20)0, crop included.
¡20 acre»—60 acr«*» fenced and 30 acre* in cul
tivation; five acre» in alfalfa, small orchard,
dwelling-house, small barn.etc., running wat» r
through the place. Price, $1000.
®nacr<*—JSO acres fenced mid 150 mn» in
cultivation, »rood house, latrn «nd outhouses.
U.sid orchard and vineyard, several Utrm
sprinte», affording plenty of water for garden
irrigation. 10 ueri1» of timothy meadow; six
miles from Grant s Paas. Price $jltlO. A greHt
hargnln. Terms, one-half cash. IxUance on W. B. T aylor .
W. B. N cim > n ,
130 acres of irult land, w ithin two miles of
Grant's Pass, will lie »ulsliriiled in lOor at-acre
tracts if desired. Price $7 50 per acre
Illustrata! Catalogues Mailed Free ou Applcation.
RED HOUSE TRADE UNION,
CELEBRATED UNIVERSAL COMBINATION FENCE I
A comfortable frame house* with a very large
lot in Jacksonville, ma good neighborhood.
i«jr sale on reasonabh- terms; has a larg»- sit
ting-room with a good fireplace, two good bed
rooms and a kitchen, a good w« ll of water at
the door, wood house, etc. Price, $HJ6.
Lands in sections 7, 18, 19. 20. 2B. and NW of
•cation 36, iu township 35 south, range 1 w« »t•
“Y!’**' “'"■•b fenced, and improv,-d, with
“nd “ *""m1 ,ar«'' l*rn. • "h
f "I'V1“««?’ -aUT near the door, txar
gJ^biraaHr' hOUM’' pr’W ’20 W ptT ,cr’ • A
2 iiP,111? •cT12.n
» aoutta range
/ab»1land«»n sections 31 and the aouth
halt of section 30, townabip 35 south, range 1
,o K«*ue river. Will
. ”” cheap in iota to suit purchasers, and
at pries» according to se)«x?ti«»iu8 mad«*.
‘rr,“in «Y1 "wk farm of;»serra. 3
rii mibi“ra.‘ n*SÌ.?rtnt
,,r1u,n,M«lfor<l railrtatd station; atl
ienre’"’i** ‘•"‘ ‘“•''f »‘th a nll.e-lall
L*,ra'j ""'•„’’i11 undtr cultivation. Improved
with a amali dwvIHng-house, a l—rn 30x30 (<-«t.
" $<»« "Pring which furniahea
pit nty of water for donieatic and rt<M-k pur-
*" "uaeeptlble of Itelug divid
ed into two. three and four farms, as vvivy
aere of It ia good land and near a acbool and
puMofllee. Title perfret. Price, $50 per at re.
A farm ttf 134 acre*, all level land, four ml Its
from lA-ntral Point railroad station, all feix-td
with a rail fence aud over hai aeri« in cultiva
tion. Black still, improved with a dwelllng-
nouse 24xZ4 feet with four rooms, a barn Stlaiii
tert, Woodhouse 30120 feet, near a gtstd sebtsil,
two good wells of water and giuri outside range
L. E. H oovkr , for stock. Government title. Price. RI 500 cash.
A. A. Ross.
A comfortable frame house in Jacksonville
Hire or lot, 62x274 feet, list- a «table and other
mit-housra. an assortment of fruit trees has a
good well of water at tbe door. Price.
DURABLE, STRONG AND CHEAP.
BARR & GALLOWAY,
31 First Street,
Tw<» hundred and fortj acres—sixty aero
fenced and in cultivation; improved with u
nice bearing orchard of fine aaHorUd fruit
trees; a dwelling house, a barn and other out
houses. Two streams of water run through
thi» place. It is susceptible of being divided
into two pieces of one hundred and twenty
acres each. The north half of this ¡»lace is un
improved. The improved 6c acres are Worth
61GU0. The other IK) acres, $90). Four mi»««
from Central Point railroad station. Title im r-
A farm of 120 acre», improved with a com
Portable dwelling; ten aorta fenced and in cuL
li vat ion. with a living spring near th«' dwell
ing. One of the veiy best stock rang«« in the
county. Yunke«* cr«*t k flows through this land.
Title perfect. Price, $800.
A good place of 160 acr««, improved with a
good, new residence. i»arn and granarv; about
sixty acn« fenced, with an orchard of a I out
one hundred assorted fruit trees; one large
spring and other »mailer ones on the farm.
\ ankec creek runs through the place. Fph n-
did »tuck range, with governnu nt title. rn<-e
A brick house and large lot In Jacksonville,
with a stable. A comfortable home, and till«*
Srivet. Price, $»)00; $200 cash and balance in
ree ««qual paj menta of six. twelve and eigh
teen months; deferred paj menu to draw teti
A comfortable frame hou»e iu Jacksonville
for sal«* or runt <»n reasonable terms; tbr»*?
r«M)ins and kitchen; located on Third stn-et.
and has u good well of w ater at the door, with
ail necessary outbous««. Will t»c sold cheap.
hs the owner 1» in ea»tern Oregon and han uu
further use fur th«* property.
The St* of KEU aud NW^ <»f SEV4 aud NEJg
of KWH uf sec. 15, twp. 37 south, range 1 ««st.
containing IU) acres. Anteiupc creek runs
through this place; a good st«Kk-tarm. Price,
$5.00 per acre. A good in vestment.
A two-»t«>ry brick house in Jacksonville,
with water pipes to the premises, and through
each room in tbe house, from a living spring.
Tue bouse 1» iuuat«xi on a full half bluck of
land, 106x200 feet in size, aud ha» all the fruit»
Trowing therein necessary fur a family t«> use.
he premi»«« now rent for $26 per mouth:
price $2506; $)5uU at time of sale, dufered pay -
meats to be secured Ly a mortgage on tuC
preinis««, or all cash at option of the pure has.
er. This is n very desirubiv location, bung
among the very best family rc«lavnc<« in the
A nice place, partly euclosuti, and a box
house on it, being the bomestead claim of
John McConnell, in sections 6 and 7. twp. 35
*>uth. rang«* 1 w««t, containing 160 acre*.
Good outside range tor cattle. Price, $10.06
136 acr«», within 4 mil«» of Gold Hill. R. R.
station, improved with h dwelUng-bousc and
stable, a bearing orchard of lruit trw», und
kuown as tbe upper Ralls place, price $11.06
per acre. Half cash, baiane* in one year; de
terred payments tu be secured by mortgage
on property. A nice little home fur sum* t*od>
Lots numbered one and two of section 31, In
township 35 south, of raugv 1 west; aiso tbe lot
numbered 1 uf section 6, in township 36 south,
range 1 west, containing in ail 9u a*.r««.
Price, $6 per acre.
14. -i. 24 and 25. in town.hip 35 south, ur ranxr
2 wait, containing 1U0U aerea. II all of tue
above-mentioned land should be aold in one
body. $0 per acre Is the prie«. H sold in quan-
Utica not leas than 40 aerea, at $IU to$l5 pt-r
‘SSord4u»10 ,hr ■I’»'1»! »««a quantity ol
-and »old. Terms, one Oil rd cash at time of
rale, balance on time to suit purchaser- defer.
«1 payment« to be atvured by a mortgage on
the premise«. This land is tnuMly tJigUiy roll-
■ ng clay soil, and la among the bt.i truit lands
tn Jackson county.
100 Per Cent Per Annum
A good farm of 200 acres oh Evans creek, in
th«’ Meadows. Improved with a dwelling 16x24
toet with five room», a barn and stables, si»
acr«« fenced. 40 acre« in cultivation, well wat»
ered and a fine outside range for stock. A No.
1 stock farm. Price, fifteen dollar» per acre,
cash. Title perfect.
Four in lit* from Central Point railroad sta
tion, a »tuck farm of 160 acr««. on a county
r«>ad, about forty acr«« of which is good graiu
land aud forty acre« gobd fruit land. Improv
ed with a dwelllug-huuae. Title perfect. Price,
$850 00, cash.
A tine stock and grain tarin of 400 acres; 360
acres und«*r fence; 300 acres farm land; 100 acre*
pasture and wood land; ten acre» of a g'Art
young orchard and a nice young vineyard;
two dwelling-house»« and two good wells on the
place. There- wul be sold with the farm a large
amount of agricultural implements and some
household furniture; also a number of gard«*n
tools. AJI go with tbe place. Good outside
range for »tuck. Price, >.5.500; half cash, bal
ance in two equal yearly payments, to draw le
gal interest from day of sale, to be ««•cured; or
all cash, at option of the purchaser. This land
i» situat«-d west of the Debinger Gap. Title
perfect. A good home for somebody.
TheWJ^ofSW^ of NWJ< of section 30, in
twp. 36 south, range 1. «-ast. tx-ing part of
donation claim o! J. Bozarth, on west aide of
Antelope creek; good grain and stock-farm.
$») per acre.
Forty acr«« of timber land close to the coun
ty road leading tu the Big Butte saw-mill; val
uable chiefly Tor rail timber. Government ti
tle. The owner is out of the state aud th«- land
will be »old furtive dollars per acre, cash, A
bargain for somebody.
W B. TAYLOR fc CO.,
€1^1 bavs Great Bargains tooffiT and it will
pay you to examine my list carefully before
purchasing elsewhere. If you have any prop
erty for sale, come and see tae ahd I wlll.do my
treat for you.
Office next door to Grand t'entrai Hotel,
Manufacturer» of and Dealer» l»i
KS, LATHS, ETC.,
Vacant State University
GRANT’S PASS, OR.
UUTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THERfc
fl »re two VHcnnt scholarships In the Ht»t<-
I Diversity at Eugene city and two nt Mon
mouth Normal School, at the dlwiw—al of Jack-
son county. AppHcntrtH f--r sch-lnrships will
please forward th Ir Hpullcatioiu. in writing to
the county superintendent b. fore Aiigu .t 35,
!»»!>. ns required by law.
H. H. MITCHELL.
County Superintendent of bchuult.
JscksoBSunviUo, Aug. V, IS».
¡Situar Pine Lumber a Specialty!
TheF. M. Fredenburg farm, «itnatccl In sta
tion 15, township 3K south, range 3 west, con
taining 150acres; nl>out hlacrtw fenced with s
lOtod rail fence aud in cultivation, balance un
improved land; two springs ot water, ohe near
the houses Kotnie river forma tbe Weettru
‘J“" f’1«'- Improved with a
*£*■’* w*,*> 4 rooms, shed latrn
l.xJbTwt and other outbuilding. This Plsott
00 tbe twat
of > Hogue
M Of a “
li side t
title, price $2.50). Terms, one-half cash at rime
,,f *«D< .tatfooce ou one year's time, to be so-
mortgage on tbe pretnlses; or all
^wsb at opttou of purchaser.
1 r’“ru*'* wishing to purchase any of the above
suda, can stop
at MndXord. Where they wilt
be met at tbe railroad depot on the arrival of
trains by M>«t-ra. Wrlfley A Co., real cs-
inrey them In girai
I have for sal a. < rec