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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1894)
y O.ke*. Henry C. Payne. Henry t:
U-iuse. tteeelt era.
pacific R. R
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Elegant Dininq Cars.
Tourict SleeDina Cars
The King of Liver Medicines.
u ! have ured yourKlmmons Liver R ptu -
lator and can consclencionsly say It is the
khi‘4 <»f atl liver medicines, I consider it a
medie»ne chest in itself.— G ko . W. J ack -
ho ! Tacoma, Washington.
«» O-EVEltY PACKAGB-CS
Has the Z Stamp iu red on wrapper«
------ TO -------
AND ALL POINT8 EAST A SOUTH,
^or information than curds, maps and
tk keta, call on or write
A. D. CHARLTON,
A »at. Q»* d . P imm . A at.,
k. X. I' a S.S, Grant's Paas,
Agent for southern Oregon.
MAKI A NOTI ON T.
Illis Great Railway System Con
Will, all transi'oiillnental lines, glv'ng
direct and swift communica
tion to all
ern and Southorn Points,
ÀKÜ IS TH«
ONLY KINK RUNNING
Vi st I billed traina of Elegant
FREE RECLININO CHAIRS;
Making Its service second to none iu the
lloaet. are on sal« at all prominent rail
road ticket offices.
For further tn I or mat Ion ask the nearest
road agent, or address
C. J. KI)I>Y, General Agent,
J. W. CaSKY, Trav.Pw. Agt..
P ortland .
Are You Going East ?
If so be fire and see that your ticket
1 — LINE. —
TLe shriek of the drowning girl floated
across the rippling waves.
“Can no one save me?” she cried despair-
SEPTEMBER 20, 1894
The nian who stood on the edge of the
beetling crag made a speaking trumpet of
“I find,” he shouted back as considerate-
!y as possible, “that there are no gentlemen
here who are not either married or en
gaged, and you know very well what the
custom is in a case of rescuing young la-
dies from a watery grave.”
The logic cf the situation was apparent,
Presently the ocean closed over her head,
and all was still.—Detroit Tribune.
FUNGOUS POTATO DISEASES.
At the M un ¡«’4*L
The Blight, Macrosporiam Disease and Scab.
Distinguishing Features and Treatment.
“ As old as
the hills” and
REGULATOR; is the verdict
o f millions.
lator is tho
The blight attacks the leaves, s:ems
can pin your and tubers. Generally the Hirt effect
tpon the leaves is the appearance of
brownish areas, which soon become soft
and foul smelling. So sndder is the ap-
tive, a n d
on the Liver
neys. Try it.
Sold by all
Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder
to be taken dry or made into a tea.
LEAF AFFECTED WITH BLIGHT.
pearance of the disease in some cases
that fields which 0110 day lock green and
healthy maj* within the next day or two
become blackened as though swept by
fire. The rapid spread < f the disease is
dependent upon certain Condition of
moisture and heat. A daily mean or
o normal temperature of from 72 degrees
to 74 degrees F. for any considerable
timo, accompanied by moist weather,
FIRE and BURGLAR PROOF SAFES. furnishes the best conditions f<jr the
spread of the disease. On tho other
hand, if the daily mean or normal tem
perature exceeds 77 degrees for a few
days the development of tho disease is
checked. This fact explains why the
potato blight fungus seldom occars to
any serious extent in section where the
mean or normal daily tempi rature ex
ceeds for any length of timo 7 7 dear s.
The macrospori am disease attacks tho
leaves and sometimes the rum •, bat
never tho tubers. Too discas. may ap
pear at any time after the plants are from
four to six inches high. It progresses
slowly, three weeks or moro pas ing be
fore all the leaves succumb. Tho tube •
stop growing as soon as the leaves «■<
Tho effects of potato sc.-.b on th?
tubers are too well known to require de
G uarantehd to bb STANDARD scription. The first two disen ms uro of
IN EVERY PARTICULAR.
ten confounded. Fortunately tho Bor
HIGHEST INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR FINISH deaux mixture is tho most effective
Bend for Catalogue and Price Lilt to
remedy for both blight and mascroepo-
num. For the treatment of scab a solu
tion of corrosive sublimate has given
best results. This may be ysrepared by
dissolving 2ounces of corrosive sub
limate in about 2 gallons of hot water
and after an interval of 12 hours dilut
ing with 13 gallons of water.
For blight and tho macrosporiurn dis
ease apply the bordeaux mixture when
the plants are six inches high, and con
tinuing at intervals of 12 or 14 days un
til five or six applications have been
made. If the season is rainy, it is best
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON. to make the treatments every 10 days,
tho object being to keep tho plants at
Order* for Hack«, BujrK1es and Hiding all times covered with the fungicide.
Hor»« « promptly ait ended io.
By adding four ounces of paris green to
Feeding done at rt^asonnble rate«. Rest of each barrel of the bordeaux mixture the
care will be used to prevent accidents, but treatments will not only prevent the
will be responsible for none should they occur
disease under consideration, but keep in
Will refuse to do livery work on credit.
check tho Colorado beetle and other in
as well. Before adding the paris
GEO. HINES, Prop. sects
green to the bordeaux mixture the for
mer should be made into a thin paste by
mixing with a small quantity of water.
Lytle Safe ä L R C .
The Lytle Safe & Lock Co.
INSTRUCTION AND PRACT1-
eal Drill In all Enelfsli Branches. A Com-
ir.Dh-te Business Course. Normal Trainilo
for Teachers’ Certiticatesa Specially.
TWENTY YEARS' SUCCESSFUL EXPERI
— A>D —
tirms or TUITION.
One Month, In advance.......................
Three Months, In advance..................
Six Months, In advance......................
One Year, tn advance.........................
AFFECTED WITH MACBOSPOKIUM DISEASE.
Potato scab has been very successfully
prevented by the use of the corrosive
OK EAT SHORT LINE
sublimato solution. The potatoes to be
Shorthand, TypewritlnK and Telegraphy
planted are simply immersed in the
for 1 hours, then spread out
to dry, cut and planted in tho usual
manner. A large barrel offers a cc 1-
venient receptacle for the solution. Tiie
potatoes may be placed in a coarse sack
And all Points blast and
and suspended in the liquid; The cor
rosive sublimate is very poisonous; there
fore it must be used with great care,
riieir Mairnineent Track, Peerless Vest I bulcd
says Professor Galloway in farmers’
Dining and Sleeping Car Trains
The above name on a photo is a bulletin No. 15, from which the fore
“ALWAYS ON TIME”
guarantee of superiority.
going is an abstract.
Have riven this road a national reputation
THIS IS THS
WIRTH p ™ to
All cinrtet» ot putRenirera carried on the veati
bill« d trains without extra charge. Ship your
freight and travel over
thia fatuoua line. : ■ ah
W. Adam«, Ast.
ar *niM have ttckeiH. Call on *V.
N. P Hallway, or
F. C. SAVAGE.
»Dd P. Agt.
____ _ ,
244 Wa^nlturiou Street. Fort-and, Oregon.
Photos from label to life size.
Irrigation of Orchard«.
The growth of fruit is destined to be
While in Medford call at our come a great industry upon the plains.
Studio and examine our work.
The soil and climate are well adapted to
Medford, Oregon. fruit culture. The flavor is fine, the
size of the fruit large, and its appear
ance very rich and beautiful, but fruit
culture cannot be a success without ir
rigation. It does not take a great deal
of water to irrigate an orchard. The
NOW IN MARKET
water does not have to be applied fre
HE PLAT OF VALI.EY VIEW ADDITION quently after the trees once take firm
to JacksonvPle huviDK been filed in the
County Recorder’s office, those desiring to root, but to mature the fruit irrigation
purchase lots in this desirable locationcxn do is necessary, according to Irrigation
so hv caj I Huron the undersigned at bis office Farmer. Mr. Watrons of the Arkansas
Riprese Tralu. Leave 1 ort la nd I'aily.
Perfect title iruaranteed and salt's made a valley experiment station of Colorado
is quoted as saying:
H. K ’I A NN ', A «rent.
Trees need water frequently during
:l> i*. M. Leave t*ortiai»c> Arm e ö ;A) a . m -
Leave! 5:U òa . m *
i. m . Leave
first season. Ordinarily it has been
u: 4 » a . M J A r r1 ve San Franc I b •<> Leave I
found good practice to irrigate young
Above trains »top at ail ntatioos from
HE UNDERSIGNEI> OFFERS HIS8TOCK trees once in two weeks until Septem
Portland to Alba*'
'iciueive; alto Tangent,
tarra. sitaafti oh Evan*. crepk. for sale at
eMiodd», Halsey, Harrisburg. Junction, Ore
then withhold the water until No
very reasonable figure. There are two hun ber;
gon City, Irving, Eugeue and all stations dred a of
good ^and, 125 acres unde» cultivation, vember and give one thorough wetting
from Kosvburgto ..»blaud inclusive.
with 200nearing fruit trees, and hO acre« sown
to xheat. and there are also 30 acres ol just before freezing weather, and in case
HO8EBURG MAIL DAILY:
u.eadow. The place ban about rtJ acres ot pine of a very dry winter an irrigation iu
___________ LBAVB:___________ ARKIVKj_______ _____
and oak on it. There is a jrood frame house,
Portland........ éiJUA.a. Roseburg...P. M. and two barns and the usual outhouses on the February is very beneficial. This of
place; also a good spri ng of water at the house, course applies to well drained land.
Roseburg .... 7:00 a . m . ¡Portland.......
while the place isotherw’se well watered
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE.
The outside range is also th«* best. It can be During the second season once a month
bough* for $3.250.00. For further particular
Is considered often enough to irrigate,
careful and thorough cultivation is
rULHUS BOT SLEEPERS enqu re ofB. F. PF.ART, \< i ri antral ? >!’it if given.
There is nothing gained and
AXD SECOND CLASS SLEEPING CAK?
there may be much lost by watering
on nil through Train».
Farm for Sale
trees too frequently after they have be
ir«»r st irti ni risiiiN,
hf . undersigned offers for sale come well established, and the same
9«K acres of excellent land situated 1^ rule applies in filling out and maturing
mil tKAl.O OAH.T (KX1«PTHCM»XX.>_
miles northwest of Centra: Point, alo'ifr the1
R. Alfalfa Is ¡trowing nicely ou five fruit, as would be followed by a saga
:»■ a . m . Lo»«" Portland Arrivi SUiSr.n. acr<s, R. and
most of the balance is well suited lions farmer in perfecting his grain
2:18 ». M.lArrivi Corvalii. L»»v< •
to the same crop, all of it beinx yood agri
At Albany «nd OirvaoKoonnect with train cultural land. 1 will also sell the st<a K and •rope.
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
agricultural Implements on the place, if de
o? Orecon Pacific Railroad.
Call at the farm or addresa me at <>n-
XOAIW MX»—BTMAtlIB(»xCkTTSUMDAT.) _ sired.
tral Point. Noexena"ge.
4:40 r. a.I Leave
Portland Arrivel 8d® A. R
Mns. C. BONTRAGER.
7:25 r. M.lArrive McMIunvtlle l.esvel V50 < . M
To ail point« In the Eastern Staten, Canada
«nd Europe can be obtain«! at lowest rates
f T r
E. P. ROGERS.
Ait. G. F. A P. Ag *.
Ï HIS PAPER
Kewsp^per Advertising Bureau
Ftreeli. » liere adver- Kl I" Ilf
LEGAL AD VE?
! W heat — Milling. 90@.95c IP ctl; ship
ping grades, 85@«7J£c; other qualities range
B ar ley - Feed. 77^80c p ctl; ___________
i ing. 87^;92^c: choice Chevalier,
$] 27^@,I 3i.
O ats — Old crop—Off grades of feed. 90oQ.
I $1 08 # ctl; good to choice, $1 05^1 12’^; fancy.
surprise. $1 2SQ1 30; milling. $1 17$^
j $1 15iU
©1 22^: gray. $1
. C okn — Large yellow. $1 17><@1 20
small do, |1 3801
white. >1 35^1 37^.
B eans — Pea, $2
70 y ctl; pink, $1 50@
i 1 •>; Layo. $2
35; small white. $2
| large do,
4002 60; butter, nominal; Lima.
£3 »0(33 75; red. $2 00,
S eeds — Rape, l^(a'2i4c
1b; hemp, 3&4c:
canary. 4c for imported; do California, nomi
nal; flaxseed. 303^4c; alfalfa, 10c for Utah;
for yellow and 2h2c fur brown
H. x Y -Wheat, S8 00012 Ob ? ton; wheat and
oat. f7 ¿Uij.ll 00; stock, $5 8O&7 00; alfalfa, 37 00 1
5009 00; clover. $0 U^lO 5o
out, jj8 00011 <X>; compressed, $6 00011 00.
S tuaw — ¿006 c W ‘-ale.
H ops — Nominally 8<M0c p 1b.
B uck w heat — NuminaL
So successful and deliglitiui have been
R ye - New. 3087^ ctL Cid held higher.
D ried P eas — Nominal.
the effects of “ Moore’s Revealed
F lour Family extra, $3 40^ 3 50
Remedy ” upon the delicate ailment
3003 40; superfine, 32 5,*>0
B ran — From 514 00015 <»
ton for home ot womankind, that this
M iddlings — From $17 00018 00 $ ton.
G round EARLEY- Froin $18
oo p ton.
P eed C ornmeal — From
5 oq >>J8 oo ton. Friend.”
bing at $37 50.
C otton S eed M kal — $30 00 V ton.
Various—Cash prices for 10 3» sks: Cracked
Wheat. 3l4c V
Ry® Flou ,3:;c. Rye Meal.
Johnnie—Oh, mamma, what kind ot an 3c; Buckwheat Flour, 5c; Oatmeal, 4^ «;5c
instrument is that lady going to play on?— Oat Grists, "*c; Homiuy. 4^^4 /c; ICco Flour.
7Hc; Fauna. 4>4c; Petri Barley,
Split Pea, oHUd&c; Rolled Oats, 5c; Buck
A Few Smiles.
wheat Groats, 8^; Graaam Flour, be.
In a few doses stiows womankind its
A little fellow had been seriously lec-
ttiredbyhis mother and finally sent into
peculiar virtues for their ailments. Its
Onions— Yellow,(W,70c ctl.
the garden to find a switch with which he
P ctl iu sks for
was to lie punished. He returned soon aDtl Early Rose: 30045c for river Burbanks and UO0. effects nregentle, soothing anduniform-
said, “I could uot find a switch, munima, 70c for Saunas Bur<.auks; Sweets, 50c^>$l o>); i
lb; String y successful.
but here’s a stone you can throw at me.”
Beans, 1H0-C; Green Peppers. 2.’.05-<j > Lx.
$1 257-1 75
Hundreds of testimonials from ladies
When it comes to packing a trunk, the
luu U ys * for No. 1, and -F xh ' 5 c f r No. 2; Sum
average woman can do a good deal better mer Squash, 15^S5c
bx; Tomatoes, 5O^75c all over the Coast bear witness to its
alone than she can if her husband is around, for la ge I »xs; Green Coin, Zo04dc > sk for
but the husband conies in handy to sit on common; do bay, 6 C0J1 <X) # crate ani 35 j.b c
the trunk lid after she has got everything for bxs; Green Okra. 3305 c # bx; Egg Plant, success,
8 »fij50c bx; Cauliflower, 75«8»c
sk; Turnips, iÄ“ Sold by all Druggists.
“What a lovely white chip hat.' *. was bage. 40<p50c y ctl. Beets. ;<0c
your wife had on today, Bagley!’* “Yes. 50c; Carrots, ft’c: Groc i Peas. I'i02c ft lb.
Fruits and Nuts.
And it took the price of five blue chips to
F resh F ruits — Strawberries, $3
> 00 V
pay for it.”—Browning’s Monthly.
You may do your figuring with uncle chest.
$2 5IK®3 50. Huckleberries, 3*^lc 1b.
when you put up your watch for a loan,
Grapes—Muscat, 2ui^5 c $ bx: Rose of Peru,
but when you come to get the timepiece 33&40c (fancy in crates. 59c); Black Hamburg
back you’ll fir'd that it’s a case of ante.— and Mulvoisic. 25x$35c: Tokay, 50065c.
Patents date June«, 186». May 23,1871, Augii«*
bx; plums, lft^25c p bx, 12.1871. July 16, UW. Mav29. 1883. Amnistio,
January 22, 1884. April 15.1884. May 21.
We have noticed that, though all hus prunes, 25(£3»c vi x; Bartlett pears, l.i0 0c -p 1883, Mav 28.188«. August 3.188«. November 9.
bands insist it will be all right to take a bx; peaches »0&25C for bskts and 12>404Oc for 188«. March 31.1891. August 18,1891. November
28. 1893. March 13, 1894. Also patented in Can
friend up to dinner without letting their bxs; crabapples. 25040c.
Melons—Watermelons. S3 OOrvtf 0) >' 100; c^ui
Other patents pending. These patents
wives know in advance, they grow mighty teluupes. 5Oc0$l <*); N utmeg Melons. 2>.kt,4uc p ada.
covers all torma of the machine.
absentminded when nearing the house.— bx.
Figs—Black, 25^50c bx; do white. 25c; nec
People who thrust their private sorrow tarinea, red, 6)7^75c; do wnite, nominal.
Lemons -California, 13 Cd®# 50 ¿t bx for fair
upou the world by using mourning envel
opes should be arrested for blackmail.— to choice; fancy Santa l.arbara und Santa
Paula, $4 GM4 60; Mexican limes. ;-5 0006 Ou
The more people try to put down liquor F case.
Various—Bananas, $1 5JJ02 i>) y bunch: pine-
the more it seems to go to the head. -You- apples. $1 5 04 (-0 -p do? for Honolulu.
D ri > F ruits — New crop—Apricots. 6’^0
“Dis kin ob weddah,” said Uncle Eben, 7Hc p S>. Applets, evaporated.Sjc; do sun
“will sul uy sprout wings on de backs ob dried, sliced. 405c; peaches, bleached, 708
people dat kin keep Turn talkin ’bout it.”—
Old crop—1 ears. 60fcc tor bleached halves
do qr».204c; plums, pitied, 304c ; black il^s.
- c: do unprea^ed 2c; do ungraded.
It is strange, but true, that cold cash al
ways burns iu the spendthrift’s pockets.— 1 2}y04c; prunes, 4^05>ac fcr graded und 30->
The GENUINE SMITH GRUBBER Is
Eaisinfi- Lc«’al prices.crop of 18*.*3—California absolutely the only Successful Machine f**’
The picnic season is here now, and a young clusters $i 25041 50 $ bx; do layers, U)c0$lUO;
man can have a real good time eating lunch Muscatel, loose, bxs. 5»^75c; do sks, 2|^03c fbr this purpose; $42.50; Write for Circulars.
eon 011 the ground with his sisters and his No. 1 and 2^402^ for No. 2; dried grapes,
W. SMITH & Co^ MYSTIC. IOWA.
cousins and the ants.—Somerville Journal. l%c $ !h.
Every machine made on the plan of the
N uts — Jobbing prices: Almonds, softshells,
“llow about your cousiu Fred?” “Oh,
W. Smith Grub Hnd Stump Puller without
we are about as good 11s engaged. Yester 8011c lb; do papershell, 12013c; <lo hardshell, authority
lrotu W. Smith, Is an imitation
day he told mamma he was tired of eating
Infringement on our machiues. We will
ahell. &^01Oc. do papershell, O01uc; do hard and
prosecute every man who mskes.'uses or sells
in restaurants.”—Fliegende Blatter.
sheD. &W; do No 2. 40<K :; do Chile. 8^9c: any Imitation ot the W. Smith machines in
“This seems to be a genuine case of buoy Braz l. 8010c; Filberts, 10011c; >)olished pe any
form. Buy uo grub cr stump-puller of
ant spirits,” remarked the wrecker as he cans, Texas, 8010c; pinenuts, Mexican, 120 this form, unless the name of W. Smith is
hauled in the basket of champagne which 13c; peanuts,
hickory, nominal; co cast on the machine.
For further information ami cuts showing
hud floated ashore from the sinking ship.— coanuts, $5 G<05 50 I JO.
latest improved forms, write W. Smith & Co.,
Butter, Cheese and Honer.
Mystic, Iowa, and enclose 5-cent stamp for
B utter — Creamery, 22028c
Jb; fancy catalogue
No logician has ev«r yet convinced a boy
that it was time to conic out of the water.— dairy. 20021c: good to choice. 18020c: couimon
do 140!6c; pickled
J i ff-sun d
Cloveland plaiu Deal«?.
Jillson says that, no matter how busy 18020c.
C heesb — California, 709c
It» for flats;
everybody may be iu other parts of the the Young America, 9010c; Eastern. 11018i^c.
ater, there is seldom very much going on in
H oney — Jobbing prices. Comb, clear white.
the ballet girls’ dressing rooms.—Buffalo 11012^c V lb: do dark to light, nominal; watoi
white, extracted. 6^07^c; light aml»erdo, 3^i
“I fail,” said the boarder, frantically 0t^c; dark amber do, nomiual.
B eeswax — .4(A26<; k m
sawing at the steak, “to find a weak point
iu this Armour plalel”—Cleveland P.air.
I’oultrv and Eggs.
P oultry — Hens. T4 o 05 ,\i d«»7.: broilers
It is not until a man reaches 30 that lie $1 7503 25 fryers, $» cO <54 00; roisters, $1 5(
begins to wrap the small bills oil the aut- ©5 00 for young; do old, $4 (XI04 50: goeso. $1
25*^1 5> f pair: docks, $3 0 04 50 y doz; tur
side of his roll.—Texas Siftings.
For that matter, all first boy bah es are keys, alive, 12014c y >: pigeons, $1 2501 50
V doz foryoung and $1 5001 75 for old.
princes, and princes of w ails as a general
E ggs —California. 18021c
doz for fair to SAVE
choice; fancy ranch, 24027V»e. with 25u for
This is the season of revenge. The young extra; Eastern. 18021c.
man who was laughed at when he slipped
on the banana peel watches the gigglesotne
young woman when the hammock breaks.
WE OR OCR DEALERS can sell
Mrs. Anne Rogers, sister of General you machines cheaper tliun you can
Backlen’« Arnica Salve
Notice for P'
L and O ffice a '
lEBURG. O r .. I
pt. 10, 1894. (
IN THAT THE
following- named sett I
is tiled notice of
his tutentioH to make t iroof in support
of his claim,
, will be luaue
before J. K. Nell, count, judge of Jackson
county, Oregon, at Jacksonville. Oregon on
Saturday, October27. 189«. viz: Elbert Ham
Hom,-stend entry No. 5170 tor the
WU of NEl4, NH of NWM. s
s. ' c <•. .' U
'” P 33
toe followin ... ’ witnesses
— j_ i.i.
residenei u, o n.. 1 — andcultivation
of said land, viz: e.-_
Carl . ... T <gj-,man>Thoniaa
Martin, Calvin Winninghi
ind Loris Mar
tin, all of Trail, Jackson ■. i ty, O.egon,
K.M.V * *CH, Register.
otice is hereby t
Notice for Publication.
L and O ffice at
»» ebukg . O r .,)
Sep’ >i .cr 11, 1894. f
otice is hereby given that the
tol owing-named sett!« • oas filed notice ot
in in suuuort
11 1. be . * made
that saie moof will
Count; i idge of Jackson
before J. B-
* * laeK
““U inville, Jackson
County, Oregon, Oetobei 27.
* _ 1S94, viz: : W i II-
lam Doudeii, on homiwtea
ntry No. 5802, for
the NHot the SE’,4 and S' 4 of the 8EH. Sec
2 Tp3« S, R 3 W, He
neg the following
witnesses to prove his e ■linuous
------- - residence
upon and cultivation of »a d lana, viz: John
.»wen. of Wimer, Jacks i, County, Oregon;
Rotiert L. Dungan. Thomas Pankey and
Henry C. Kloek of Gold Hi , Jacks’in County.
B. M. V MTCH. Register.
Notice for Publication.
M oore ’ s R evealed
L and UrriCK at R oseburg , O r . \
Aug. 24, 1894. J
otice is hereby given jhat the
N his intention to make final proof tiled in notice
W. Smith Grubber and Stump Puller
his claim, aud that said proof will be made be
fore the County Judge ol Jackson county,
Oregon, at Jacksonville, Oregon, on Fri
day, Oct. 5,1894, viz: Albert Eaton on honie-
stead entry No.6895, for the NW1-4 ot 8ec 26,
T« d 37 8, R 3 W. He names the following
witnesses to prove h s couiinuoua ref»Jd< nee
upon and cultivation o', »aid land, v . a : John
Bievenue, Frank Loraine, (rank Kashaffer
and Edward Hubert.
K M. VEATCH. Register.
Notice oi Final Settlement
Ic the County Court of Jackson County. State
In the matter of the mate of Wm.
otice is hereby given th * t the
undersigned, administrator of the estate
of Wm. Kenken. deceased, has filed in the
above entitled court hi<? final account ns such
administrator and petition for discharge,
and that by order of said court Tues
day, the fidday of October, A. D. 1894. at 10
o’clock, A. M., is appointed for the beating
thereof. All persons interested in said
estate are hereby notified to appear on or lie-
fore said day and file in said court objections
if any there be to said account.
Published by order of Hon. J. R. Nell, judge
of said court.
J. H. STEWART
Administrator of said estate.
GEO. IL NEIL. Attorney.
In th« matter of the assignment o
K. Kingsbury, insolvent debtor.
A Pressing Invitation.
Mrs. de Style—My dear Miss Van Note,
I am so glad 1 met you. Didn’t know you
were back. You must come to my conver-
zatb ne tomorrow.
Miss Van Note—Really, Mrs. de Style, I
am afraid I should not be much of an ac
Mrs. de Style—Ch, you do yourself in
justice. We don’t want you to talk. We
want you to play the piano.—New York
In the Countj' Court of the State of Oregon
for the Coum> of Jackson.
In the matter of the gua <‘ianship of Ardley
Porter, minor heir of 11. Porter, deceased.
To the next of kin and a‘i others whom it may
i^f-E OF ( i B gon T
i ou am hereby called md required to ap
pear in th J County Court Gt t«e State of Ore
gon, for t jeCouutyof J.ickson, at the court
room thereof, at Jacks« mi le, in the county
of Jackson, on Tuesdu^ .t 2d day ol October.
1894, at 10 o’clock in tin forenoon of that
day, then and there to sn w cause, if any,
why an order should n<n be made, by this
court, for the guard: *n »t said estate tol
sell the following real es* • belonging to the
estate or D. Porter, dec
The undivided one-six* *. interest, subject to
dower interest, in the V of SEH. «ndS^ of I
NE*4, sec. 30, and
t ' 8 W14,
«ec. 21, and
ofSWJii, sec 16, all in t
3» S., R. 1 E., W. M..
Jackson count v. Oreg».
Witness the Hon. Ja
J udite 111
the county court ot tb' ~.ate of Oregon, for
the county of Jhclmon. . « Ith Hie —
seal * of
court affixed thia «th u ■ ■ n September. A. D.
1. JACOBS. Clrrk.
Published for four c
votive weeks tn the
LEMOCturic T imes 1
rder mude Sept. ti.
Miss Amy—I wonder how old that Miss
Malleys is anyway?
Mr. Scrabbles—Twenty-four, I believe.
Miss Amy—Nonsense! What makes you
Mr. Scrabbles—Hasn’t she told me so
eveVy year since I met her?—Chicago Trib
Foreigner—Your young girls are the
picture» of health, but why do the married
women look so delicate?
American—Oh, they always work them
selves sick getting ready for the wedding.
—New York Weekly.
Johnny—Pop, is a man born in Poland a
His Father—Yes, my son.
Johnny—Well, then, is a mau born in
Holland a Hole?—Truth.
“My darling,” whispered the Chicago
“My life,” she murmured.
“You are the only wife I ever loved.”—
The Wheelman's Barbarous Sport.
One inhabitant in every 180 in this coun
try owns a bicycle and has lots jf fun keep
ing the other 179 dodging for dear life.—
His Wife—Do you wear that fright of a
hat on the streets?
Himself—No, on my head. — Chicago
The city controller of Chicago says
the saloons keep Chicago alive and no
honest assessor can be elected.
Justin McCarthy says there is no truth
in the statement that the Irish National
party, or committee, or member of
same, sent a circular appealing for
financial aid to members of the Liberal
government or party.
Carbonic acid gas is shortly to be tried
experimentally as a substitute tor re
frigeration in bringing California fruits
to the Chicago market. The charges for
a refrigerating car from California to
Chicago is $125. and it is to save this ex
pense the experiment will be made
Growers who have made the test clain.
that if the fruit is surrounded by car
bonic acid gas instead of air all the pro
cess of decay and deterioration are ar
rested and the flavor of the fruit is not
impaired. The ordinary car has been
zinc-lined so as to be practically air
tight. It will be filled with fruit and
carbonic acid then introduced. A con
denser filled with the liquid gas will be
placed in the car as a supply from
which to impair any leakage which uiay
In the County Court of me State of Oregon,
tortlie County of Jackson, sitting lor me
transaction of probate lnirincss.
In the matter of the estate oi Haskel Amy,
once is hereby given that the
undersigned, as administrator of theestale
of Haskel Auiy, d< ceased, by vir.'ueof an or
der and lie use ot the above-entitled court,
in the above-entitled mutter, dated June 17,
1893, will oa
THE HEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO.
B an F bancisco , C al .
Monday, October 15, 1894,
A tlanta , G a .
FOR SALE •»
The 275 New
Home FewiBf Macliiiie Co
Market St., San Francieco, Calif.
PROPERTY FOR SALE.
he following ark a few special
bargains that must be disposed of within
next three months.
S2.000. 1st. A nice little farm containing
82 acres, about 60 acre« in cultivation. Young
orchard of 4 ac res, very beat variety of fruit
trees, all bearing. Box house 24x32 four
rooms, good well of water, milk house, smoke
house, tool house, wood shed, fowl Louse and
barn. Within two miles of two R. R. stations.
Situate two mflcB anutheiMrt of GoM Hili.
Terras reasonable, would trade for town prop
$1,600. 2d. A tract of land containing 5£
acres. of a mile west of Gold Hill. No im
provements except about 20 acres cleared, al!
level and good orchard land. The owner live*
in Washington and 'lie land will be sold at a
3d. Three Louses end lots in the town of
Gold Hili just opposite the depot, all good
business stands.all occupied at a good rent.but
must be so*d.can giro immediate possession
! have a number o. fine farms, good placer
and quartz mines in my hands for salt*. Also
a fine young horse. 4 years old. well broke,
perfectly safe for lady or children to drive.
Nearly new buggy and harness. For further
particulars call or address.
Gold Hill, Jackson Cc.., Orego».
Real Estate Agent. Notary Public and Col
lector of Accounts.
/Charles A, Baldwin à Co./
Y ork .
i Accounts of Banks and Bankers received 4
When Baby was Bick, we gave her i'asteria.
on favorable terms.
Bends and Investment Securities.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castons.
’ Dailj Financial Latter Mailed on Application.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she ha.i Children, she gave them Castoil*
The best salve in the world for Cuts, Brut
Laud For Sale.
es, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores,
LUMBER FOR SALE.
Fourteen acres of fine alfalfa land lo
Tetters, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns cated one-quarter of a mile west of Cen
and all Skin Eruptions, and positive cure tral Point and adjoining the fair grounds
All kinds of lumber kept in stock, ready
to fill orders at $ to per 1000. Apply to
for Piles, ot uo pay required. It is guaran For particulars call on ar address
M rs . J. K arewski . Jacksonville.
J. D. S tevens , Jacksonville, Or.
Administrator’s Sale of Real
Oatxea, M ass . B ostck , M m «. M Union Sqvuix, It. Y.
Cmcxoo, Itx. S t . L ouu , M o . D allas , T xxas .
• ( 4» and 42 W all street ,
In order to close the business of the late
E. Jacobs I am offering the entire stock ot
goods contained in the store on California
street for sale at cost. I will also sell my
household goods and dwe/ing on Oregon
street at a bargain. Cail and judge for
M rs . E. J acobs .
Jacksonville, Aug. 2o, 1S94.
Kot elsewhere. The NEW HORE la
cur beat, but we make cheaper klude,
the CLIMAX and IDEAL for $25.00
and up, Call on our agent or write
We want your trade, and If
prices, terms and square dealing will
win, we will have It. We challenge
the world to produce a BETTER
$50.00 Sewing Machine for $50.00
than the NEW HOME, or a better
$30.00 Sewing Machine for $30.00
than the CLIMAX.or * belter $25.00
Machine for $25.00 than the IDEAL,
which you can buy front ua or our
John A. Lcgan, attempted suicide at
Murfreesboro, Ill., recently.
W. L. Wilson, congressman from
West Virginia, arrived in London a few
days ago, with health greatly improved
by the voyage. He will return to New
York September 29.
By an official announcement Mrs.
Annie E. Grubb of Camden, N. J., pas!
national treasurer of the ladies of th*
G. A. R., is charged with misappro
priating the funds of that organization.
This statement in the ladies’ meeting al
Pittsburg created a sensation.
Robert James Davenport died at
Fresno, aged 94 years, and it is claimed
he was the oldest Odd Fellow in Califor
nia. He voted regularly at all elections
to the time of his death. He was a
native of Kentucky.
FARM FOR SALE
at 10 o’clock A. m . of saic day, proceed to sell
at public sale on tue premises in Central Point
precinct, Jackson County. Oregon, me follow
ing described real property belonging to raid
estate; ur so much thereof as may be uecessa-
ry to pay the debts ot tiu* estate, to-w.t;
rirst—The 8WJ4 of Sec 3, Twp 37 S, it 2 w, con
taining 166 sure«.
Secund -The N"’H of Sec 3, Twp 37 S, R 2 W
being the land aud premises now occupied
by Frank M. Amy, containing 164 25 acres.
Third—A strip of laud 8 rods wide and 40 rods
long, lying along und adjoiuiiur (he west
side of the N
of Kec 3, being in 1 lie NE V4
ot Sec 4, Twp 37 S, It 2 W, containing 32 88
N ote .— All or the Lbove-dencribed land is
known as the George W . Cooksey laud, sold
by him to Haskel Amy in his lifetime.
Fourth—The U <>i
of Sec 3, Twp 37 8, B
2 W,containing 80 acres, on which is the res
idence pr*>perty of the family ot said de
F:tth—Ail th*?uiis»ld portionsof the
SE^4. Sec 3, being liiat portion not included
within the t iwn Inuits >f C< ntral Point in
Twp 37 8. R 2 W,containing about 24 acres.
'1'lre ¡and last above-deEcrilnd wiil b»* sola in
lots‘to suit purchasers—from one acre up.
TERMS OF H a LE.
One-half cash down at time of sale, baiar.ee
in one year, with inter<*st at Io per cent, per
annum, del err cd paynn rits tube secured, or
ad cash, at option ot the pur *,haser.
By virtue of an order.»
iiM-of said Coun-
ty Court, dated Dec« n
. 1893,1 will nell at
private sale, accord 11
law In sudi case
made and provide d,
real property belongu
-aid estate. ON I>E-
HAND, MADE TO 5.
r AM' TIME, to-
wit: Tue undivided <
i.lf mierest withO
Harbaugh in the foil*
K lotsand biocks lu
Amy and Harbaugl
.dditiou tu O lirai
Poi n t:
Lots No. It» No. 6, h
ive, in block No. 1
“ “ 4 “ “ 9,
•• - 1 “ “ 12,
“ •• 1 “ “ 5.
- . “ 1 “ “ 8,
•• “ 1 “ “ 12
“ 1 “ “ 6,’
- - 1 “ “ 6,
O T-balf cash dow
i me of sale, balance
In one year wii h in»
t at 10 per cent, per
annum, deferred pa^
its to be secured, or
ail cash, at option ot
Hire baser. On con-
firmation of the t*a! *t b. tiie County Court
aforesaid, and the 1 4. aj mevt of the pur-
chase pi ic/ of the la 1 i
veds of copveyauce
will be executed to the • •cliasetf».
S1LAH J. DAY.
Administrator of the »i te ol Haskel Amy,
HE UNDERSIGNED HAS FOR SALE
own lots in Ish’s addition to Medford, ATTORNEY AND C>
sod also tarming land adjoining and near Io
Medford, Oregon. For furtoerparticularsad-
dress to Jacksonville po»r-'iflice or can ou me
at my riwd.moe.on th-- Jacksonville-Medford Pnwnctg in nil the coi
OHteetn Unix Buildir
MRS. S E. ISH.
hereby given that on
the ab'P’ -namwl insol
vent debtor, beret ofo»>
in Uniontown precinct, J a < m county. Or
egon, made a general assign <a<*nt to me. tlie
undersigned, fcr the b«*n* tit of b's creditors,
under and by virtue ol *ht nct.oi the legisla
tive assembly of th
stste of Oregon,
entitled “An act to secur- to creditors a just
division cf the estates <*f debtors, who con
vey to assignees for the b netit of creditors.’’
approved October h, 187K. and the amendments
thereto approved February 4. 1885. All credi
tors of said insolvent d« l»tor are hereby noti
fied to present tneir claims, under oath, to my
attorneys in Jacksomii*, Jackson county,
Oregon, within three mt>nths from the date
Dated this 3d day of July. 1 Sft4.
JOHN E. PELTON. Assignee.
W. M. C olvig and P. P P him A S on , Att’ys
5ELOK AT LAW
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